Thursday, November 16, 2006

shut up or you'll be tazed too

I don't think the police understand. The Tazer is designed to take someone down. After you Taze them they can't just stand right back up. That's the fucking point of Tazing them. You take the fight out of them. You put them on the ground for a while. They can't fucking stand up no matter how much you yell at them or how many more times you Taze them.

It clearly is turture.

50 people against two with a non-lethal stun gun. No one had the balls to fight back. Listen to the torture. We really have lost our freedom. When peaceful revolution is impossible violent revolution is inevitable.

11 Comments:

Anonymous lisajsc said...

Tell me again why this happened in a library. It sounded like someone tried to help, but maybe it was the dialogue. If I were the person who filmed this I would have sent it to whomever is in charge of this institution. These guys should rot in Hell for what they have done.

Nov 17, 2006, 3:32:00 PM  
Anonymous lisajsc said...

Tell me again why this happened in a library. It sounded like someone tried to help, but maybe it was the dialogue. If I were the person who filmed this I would have sent it to whomever is in charge of this institution. These guys should rot in Hell for what they have done.

Nov 17, 2006, 3:32:00 PM  
Anonymous lisajsc said...

I have no idea why this posted twice. Sorry.

Nov 17, 2006, 3:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you click through the story about what happened is on a news website.
http://dailybruin.com/news/articles.asp?id=38960
basically the student couldn't produce an id showing he was a student. They were trying to kick him out Tazering him once I could see but this many times?

Nov 17, 2006, 7:25:00 PM  
Blogger Bry said...

Every officer who uses a tazer should have to experience it three times in a row. They did not understand that this man could not stand up.

Why did no one do anything to stop this? Why did no one rush them? This was one of the hardest things to watch I've ever seen. Those cops were strong enough to drag him out without torturing him. He was obviously unarmed and not dangerous.

Fucking frightening. Thank you for sharing Dean.

Nov 17, 2006, 10:18:00 PM  
Blogger coffeesnob3 said...

I want to jump on those fucking cops right now!
I would have done it, I swear to gods.
No one deserves that shit.

Especially in a library - maybe a weapons arsenal, but BOOKS?! Come on - our "president" doesn't need 'em how important can they be?

I could have recruited a few folks from the crowd and got 'em by surprise.
No one expects the Spanish Inquisition!

Nov 18, 2006, 1:02:00 AM  
Anonymous lisajsc said...

I do not know who the anonymous person is, but HOW can you see tazering him at all for not being able to produce proof of being a student? If they had guns the boy would be dead now. I hope he wins the civil suit.

Nov 18, 2006, 11:02:00 AM  
Blogger Bry said...

It was in the Globe today that he is suing. I hope the kid who asked for a badge number and was threatened with the tazer for it sues too.

But you know these guys won't lose their jobs. They'll get a slap on the wrist and the school will pay a little money. Fucking assholes.

Nov 18, 2006, 7:33:00 PM  
Blogger Dean ASC said...

I don't know. When a big college has a winning football season enrollment applications go up. When they start using a Tazer as a cattle prod on their students alumni donations dry up faster. You know how quickly the university tries to back out of a coaches contract during a bad season. That is a TV advertising dollar paid for contract so you know lawyers have made it bulletproof. These jackbooted thugs will be dropped very publicly.

Nov 18, 2006, 7:54:00 PM  
Blogger RicketyFunk said...

Why didn't anyone standing there help the kid? Because they're college students attending UCLA. They haven't experienced life outside the realm their pretty suburbs. Strip malls and recreational drugs are all they know. I bet you not a one of them was ever a coke mule who was almost killed before he or she could take their first delivery.

I was mostly pissed off at that clip because the students (and I mean children) didn't take the initiative to either pick up the kid and take him out of the library or lay on top of him and get in the "officers" way. They stood around and watched, talked to each other and shot video footage with their camera phones.

I'm sick of apathy and the television syndrome.

Nov 20, 2006, 5:45:00 PM  
Anonymous lisajsc said...

I always thought that California colleges were campuses that did protest things like this.

Nov 22, 2006, 1:30:00 PM  

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