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    Person tased for getting out license too slowly

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    Now this cop is clearly in the wrong.
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    That's nuts....no reason at all for the officer to act like that.
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life."
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    Pure abuse of power there... Anyone know where this happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mini.ben View Post
    Pure abuse of power there... Anyone know where this happened?
    He says it in the start of the tape. This is so and so with the austin police department. Police get kicks out of using the taser. Just goes to show you what would have happend if they did not have tasers? Would the cop have started to beat the man with a knight stick? Or peper spray? Or just shot the man? Let us not forget the police work for US not the other way around. With out our money they would not have gear/cars/pay/or a job. Stand up for our/your rights.

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    I'm sure this cop will get a few days off WITH pay and then the department will quietly forget it.






    After all--the police are perfect protectors of all our rights...
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    WOW.... what a jacka**!! Talk about somebody waking up on the wrong side of the bed!! This guy has no business wearing a badge

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    Quote Originally Posted by NDS View Post
    I'm sure this cop will get a few days off WITH pay and then the department will quietly forget it.






    After all--the police are perfect protectors of all our rights...

    Whatever the punishment was happened long ago. The incident happened in 2006.
    "The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference - they deserve a place of honor with all that's good"
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    Quote Originally Posted by {TEX**Hawaii(( View Post
    Whatever the punishment was happened long ago. The incident happened in 2006.
    Newspaper article here

    "The video camera on O’Connor’s cruiser recorded what happened next: O’Connor walks up to Snelling’s car window and demands a driver’s license and registration. Snelling’s voice rises, saying, “Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!” O’Connor shouts back, “No, not ‘whoa, whoa, whoa.’ ” He orders Snelling out of the car. Snelling complies, but O’Connor shocks him anyway with the Taser — all within 45 seconds of being stopped.

    After an investigation, the department’s Internal Affairs office saw no need for disciplinary action. But then-Acting Chief Cathy Ellison reviewed it and ordered a three-day suspension for O’Connor, who served it and then returned to duty."

  10. total abuse of power... however those of us that have dealt with the police on a regular basis have found when you run into one like that you do what he asks when he asks... you don't try to reason or "whoa" them or you get beat.

    Thank god for the cameras in the cars now they can get caught for it.

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    He probably never met this guy.

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