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Philly officer caught on video hitting woman

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foxblood

over 1 year ago

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Source: Yahoo


October 02, 2012


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    mz66

    over 1 year ago

    3720 Comments

    The link to the video is at the bottom of the article:

    http://bit.ly/QjW9Iz

  • Crumb_passin_thru_02_1__max50

    mz66

    over 1 year ago

    3720 Comments

    I saw the same thing that was posted here. It goes by quick, but you can see someone else throw the liquid at about the 2 second mark.

    foxblood: Typical ignorant BS from you. You actually can see what's going on behind the officer whereas he could not--so this makes this all the more ignorant. He turned around and likely presumed because she was holding a bottle that she was the offender. The video clearly shows she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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    foxblood

    over 1 year ago

    396 Comments

    The woman clearly deserved to be hit. Water could be LSD or something else. Even if someone near her threw it the officer has a right to defend his life.

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    MIKIESPLACE

    over 1 year ago

    1366 Comments

    and where is the rest of the video, why does it only show part of the lieutenants reaction and attempt to grab the female offender-and to mz66, please post where you saw the entire video, i am sure we would all like to see it to form an opinion

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    mz66

    over 1 year ago

    3720 Comments

    I only saw one strike--open palm.

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    hbg522

    over 1 year ago

    7006 Comments

    it says she was struck twice in the face. i dont see it, but could he have been reaching for her?

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    mz66

    over 1 year ago

    3720 Comments

    I saw this video. Nope, indefensible. Evidently command staff that needs to stay behind a desk. Even if the victim had been the one that threw the water, I'd question whether that was a measured response.

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