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To Protect and Serve?

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I saw that and the town wouldn't

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let the sheriff fire him. They just demoted him.

Diana

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why didn't the officer move out of way?

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Also I think every person in a wheelchair should have an automatic concealed carry "right" when you consider the criminals today and the levels of violence done, especially where a more vulnerable person such as the wheelchair bound are involved. Is there something we don't know about this event, such as the person threatening someone, especially at the school?

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To Protect and Serve #2.

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(NT) Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

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Be still my tongue (keyboard)

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Eyes rolling here over the irony that a liberal would actually find that quote to post.

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Why would it be unusual?

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I am liberal in the way people treat each other properly but very conservative in other ways like people hurting one another.

Diana

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I've seen that move at the end of the video.

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On MMA it's called "ground and pound". Sad

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Well viewing the video...

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What I saw was an immediate reflex to possible threat. Even though it maybe an accident, a wheel chair isn't light and the person in it was already stopped to be questioned. At the same time, I see where the police immediately mentions he's going to jail, though it maybe an accident. The video itself is probably what saved the policeman's job or what's left of it yet the person involved had an accident. On the surface if you talked and didn't show a video, it would immediately go against the policeman as it concerns a handicap person or wheelchair as the other party, IMHO. -----Willy Happy

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