In Encounters with Agents of the Police State, Escalation is Their Standard Practice

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

NYPD Officer Caught in Foul-Mouthed Tirade, Violently Pulling Ill Taxi Driver Out of Car Following Crash:
https://pix11.com/2018/11/14/nypd-officer-caught-in-foul-mouthed-tirade-violently-pulling-ill-taxi-driver-out-of-car-following-accident/

(Ava Pittman & Anthony DiLorenzo) The actions of an NYPD officer are  raising concerns after cellphone video surfaced showing an aggressive encounter between the officer and a taxi driver who suffered a medical episode and crashed into several cars  in Brooklyn.

On Tuesday around 7:30 p.m., a taxi operator crashed a Mercedes SUV  into several cars near East Second Street and Ditmas Avenue, police said.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: This is for the “if the suspect had just followed orders, police wouldn’t have abused/beaten/killed him/her” crowd. The legitimate role of the police obviously eludes you, as the goal is NEVER escalation…

Would You Like Some Statism to Go With that Medical Distress You’re Experiencing?
http://acidrayn.com/2014/08/04/would-you-like-some-statism-to-go-with-that-medical-distress-youre-experiencing/

Oklahoma Highway Trooper Decides Unresponsive Driver Experiencing Medical Distress is “Non-Compliant,” and Strikes Him Multiple Times With Night Stick:
http://acidrayn.com/2016/09/01/oklahoma-highway-trooper-decides-unresponsive-driver-experiencing-medical-distress-is-non-compliant-and-strikes-him-multiple-times-with-night-stick/

Once Again, Police Murder a Car Accident Victim in Medical Distress:
http://acidrayn.com/2013/09/15/once-again-police-murder-a-car-accident-victim-in-medical-distress/

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