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Poll: do you think any one has the right to grab your arm and shove u agnst the wall?

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I am still dumbfounded by the video, how and why would Walmart give up a copy without a court order??????? his rotated cuff huh??? The more she writes the dumber she gets.


 


Maybe all the people standing in line whipped out their cell phones and taped it?...hey maybe it's on Youtube 


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OK, someone help me, cause now I'm lost.


First it was a security officer "manhandling" the boyfriend and throwing him against a wall (while the boyfriend didn't even touch the security officer). Then it was a security officer and the manager who saw the whole incident. This manager would not cooperate and give the wobegotten couple the security officer's name. Said couple is told to leave the store. The police wouldn't help, as they said Walmart could do this.


Everyone with me so far? Is this the correct version?


Now all of a sudden (us silly people), there has been a video copied from the uncooperative store without a court order, subpoena or any legal assistance. Unless it was posted on YouTube, how does this happen?


I've wrestled quite a few suspects in my time, and have used an abundance of arm bars, arm locks, escort postions and take downs; but have yet to tear a "rotated cuff" or even a rotator cuff.


So, cowgirl, how did you manage to get the video?  


Also, were you with the boyfriend when he did the self check-out for the potatoe wedges?


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I have to point out that she merely said that video existed (paraphrased: "of course there's video, it's walmart"), she didn't claim she was in possession of it.


I still think she's leaving stuff out, but you do have to acknowledge now that she is at least following some of the advice here and plans to consult a lawyer.




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Ya know, the amusement factor in this thread is, well..., "refreshing".  We have here an assembly of LEO's and supporters who can run rings around this young lady, as far as grammar, sytax and spelling are concerned. I won't, personnally get into any of the legal stuff -- I'm not qualfied to speak to that. I do find that the boyfriend allegedly received a torn rotator cuff, that takes a LOT of force to do that. Anyway, enjoy, I know that I am. :-)


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I have to point out that she merely said that video existed (paraphrased: "of course there's video, it's walmart"), she didn't claim she was in possession of it.


I still think she's leaving stuff out, but you do have to acknowledge now that she is at least following some of the advice here and plans to consult a lawyer.



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Matt did I miss something here? this is her quote


" nothing was left out and I might ad we have copied the video of the happening so he wouldn't be able to say that my be even touched him"


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My mistake. I missed that part. Very interesting.


Thanks, Bill.




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 nothing was left out and I might ad we have copied the video of the happening so he wouldn't be able to say that my be even touched him 


 



Actually, She did say, "We have copied the video of the happening."^^^^^


Retail Security which is mostly contracted out, isn't just going to hand over a recording of an incident to help prove the patrons accusation against them.


Now, she may want that recording, but, I'm willing to bet a dozen potato wedges (or is it potatoe?) there's no tape in her possession. The best she may have is a jacked up smartphone recording of half of the incident.


 


 


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Ya know, the amusement factor in this thread is, well..., "refreshing".  We have here an assembly of LEO's and supporters who can run rings around this young lady, as far as grammar, sytax and spelling are concerned. I won't, personnally get into any of the legal stuff -- I'm not qualfied to speak to that. I do find that the boyfriend allegedly received a torn rotator cuff, that takes a LOT of force to do that. Anyway, enjoy, I know that I am. :-)


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 well if you all can't see past the spelling that's to bad I'm a CNA at a hospital but spelling has never been a strong point sorry  but my spelling dose not define what is right and wrong

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 well if you all can't see past the spelling that's to bad I'm a CNA at a hospital but spelling has never been a strong point sorry  but my spelling dose not define what is right and wrong



5/13/13


 


you are right it doesn't define you but in your line of work it should be a necessity especially when it is imperative that there are no mistakes.


Now the real question.........how did you get the video from walmart?


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 well if you all can't see past the spelling that's to bad I'm a CNA at a hospital but spelling has never been a strong point sorry  but my spelling dose not define what is right and wrong



Not everyone here criticized your spelling. What about the rest of the questions, though? Who gave you the video? What's the rest of the story? Your story is full of holes. Now, I'm not saying that it is intentional, but you have to understand when you leave details out big enough to drive a tank through people on a POLICE site are going to call you out. When you only respond to the criticisms and don't answer the questions, it makes people think you have something to hide.




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 well if you all can't see past the spelling that's to bad I'm a CNA at a hospital but spelling has never been a strong point sorry  but my spelling dose not define what is right and wrong



With all of the bad grammar, spelling mistakes and run-on sentences, just how am I supposed to know if she spelled CNA right and by God...... Just what the heck (since you allegedly work in a hospital) is a "rotated cup" and just how does it get torn?  I looked up rotated cup and this is all I could find.


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CNAs perform a lot of the physical labor at a hospital (changing beds, feeding patients, etcetera) under the supervision of a licensed nurse. I don't imagine they need to have a lot of medical knowledge. They aren't licensed (certification is different from licensing) and don't have mandatory professional requirements the way LNPs do. They are more like an orderly. I'm sure there are some differences from state to state, but let's not get off track here.


Let's focus on the brass tacks. What really happened? Stop responding to the criticisms and don't leave out important details.




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I say this is the perfect topic to get off track... especially if it's in one of Skoolcop's "rotated cups!"


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Wait now I am getting dizzy whos idea was it to rotate cups here.

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Hijack comin on!!!!!


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Wait now I am getting dizzy whos idea was it to rotate cups here.



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Just to let you all know that I'm using my phone to wright this.. and it is called a rotator cup it is mad up of muscles and ligaments to make up a cup that the ball of the top of your arm goes into, you might say it is your sholder. When you pull a muscle so far it  can be toren and when that happens it is very painfule to use your sholder.... And CNA's do go threw training 6 months in fact were I live but berry little paper work is done by us. we make reports to the nurse at the end of each shift.... Also when a lawer a good one known for winning cases such as this it isn't hard to get when we are discussing a settlement out of court just for his revew .... For an Ida of the damages done and how much the settlement should be for.... Thank you all for the jokes and fun you all made fun of me . But that can only add to my pride because I know what really matters justice! Not spelling or grammar but just that. And I know I would never make fun of another person! 

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Just to let you all know that I'm using my phone to wright this.. and it is called a rotator cup it is mad up of muscles and ligaments to make up a cup that the ball of the top of your arm goes into, you might say it is your sholder. When you pull a muscle so far it  can be toren and when that happens it is very painfule to use your sholder.... And CNA's do go threw training 6 months in fact were I live but berry little paper work is done by us. we make reports to the nurse at the end of each shift.... Also when a lawer a good one known for winning cases such as this it isn't hard to get when we are discussing a settlement out of court just for his revew .... For an Ida of the damages done and how much the settlement should be for.... Thank you all for the jokes and fun you all made fun of me . But that can only add to my pride because I know what really matters justice! Not spelling or grammar but just that. And I know I would never make fun of another person! 



5/16/13 In anatomy, the rotator cuff (sometimes incorrectly called a "rotator cup", "rotor cuff", or rotary cup[1]) is a group of muscle s and their tendons that act to stabilize the shoulder. The four muscles of the rotator cuff are over half of the seven scapulohumeral muscles.


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Just to let you all know that I'm using my phone to wright this.. and it is called a rotator cup it is mad up of muscles and ligaments to make up a cup that the ball of the top of your arm goes into, you might say it is your sholder. When you pull a muscle so far it  can be toren and when that happens it is very painfule to use your sholder.... And CNA's do go threw training 6 months in fact were I live but berry little paper work is done by us. we make reports to the nurse at the end of each shift.... Also when a lawer a good one known for winning cases such as this it isn't hard to get when we are discussing a settlement out of court just for his revew .... For an Ida of the damages done and how much the settlement should be for.... Thank you all for the jokes and fun you all made fun of me . But that can only add to my pride because I know what really matters justice! Not spelling or grammar but just that. And I know I would never make fun of another person! 



Wikipedia: ROTATOR CUFF:  In anatomy, the rotator cuff (sometimes (like now) incorrectly called a "rotator cup", "rotor cuff", or "rotary cup").  ROTATOR CUFF........... Got it?

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Gee... I thought I had mentioned it was the rotator cuff earlier.  Just have had a tad of medical experience.  :-)


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"...scapulohumeral muscles..."  I love it when you talk like that, Bill.  Do it again.


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Just to let you all know that I'm using my phone to wright this.. and it is called a rotator cup it is mad up of muscles and ligaments to make up a cup that the ball of the top of your arm goes into, you might say it is your sholder. When you pull a muscle so far it  can be toren and when that happens it is very painfule to use your sholder.... And CNA's do go threw training 6 months in fact were I live but berry little paper work is done by us. we make reports to the nurse at the end of each shift.... Also when a lawer a good one known for winning cases such as this it isn't hard to get when we are discussing a settlement out of court just for his revew .... For an Ida of the damages done and how much the settlement should be for.... Thank you all for the jokes and fun you all made fun of me . But that can only add to my pride because I know what really matters justice! Not spelling or grammar but just that. And I know I would never make fun of another person! 



5/16/13 In anatomy, the rotator cuff (sometimes incorrectly called a "rotator cup", "rotor cuff", or rotary cup[1]) is a group of muscle s and their tendons that act to stabilize the shoulder. The four muscles of the rotator cuff are over half of the seven scapulohumeral muscles.


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Just to let you all know that I'm using my phone to wright this.. and it is called a rotator cup it is mad up of muscles and ligaments to make up a cup that the ball of the top of your arm goes into, you might say it is your sholder. When you pull a muscle so far it  can be toren and when that happens it is very painfule to use your sholder.... And CNA's do go threw training 6 months in fact were I live but berry little paper work is done by us. we make reports to the nurse at the end of each shift.... Also when a lawer a good one known for winning cases such as this it isn't hard to get when we are discussing a settlement out of court just for his revew .... For an Ida of the damages done and how much the settlement should be for.... Thank you all for the jokes and fun you all made fun of me . But that can only add to my pride because I know what really matters justice! Not spelling or grammar but just that. And I know I would never make fun of another person! 



For LEO's spelling and grammar do matter and I suspect you will find that they matter to attorneys as well. Enough said.

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cowgirllemmon says ...



Just to let you all know that I'm using my phone to wright this.. and it is called a rotator cup it is mad up of muscles and ligaments to make up a cup that the ball of the top of your arm goes into, you might say it is your sholder. When you pull a muscle so far it  can be toren and when that happens it is very painfule to use your sholder.... And CNA's do go threw training 6 months in fact were I live but berry little paper work is done by us. we make reports to the nurse at the end of each shift.... Also when a lawer a good one known for winning cases such as this it isn't hard to get when we are discussing a settlement out of court just for his revew .... For an Ida of the damages done and how much the settlement should be for.... Thank you all for the jokes and fun you all made fun of me . But that can only add to my pride because I know what really matters justice! Not spelling or grammar but just that. And I know I would never make fun of another person! 



For LEO's spelling and grammar do matter and I suspect you will find that they matter to attorneys as well. Enough said.



So does correct terminology.


1) wright (The Wright Brothers) = write (Learn to write)


2) rotator cup = rotator cuff


3) mad (I'm mad as H E L L) = made (You made up these words)


4) sholder = shoulder


5) toren = torn


6) painfule = painful


7) threw (I threw the ball) = through (I'm not through with this)


8) were (you were at Walmart) = where (as in where / the location you were at)


9) berry (is a fruit) = very (this is very painful)


10) paper work = paperwork


11) lawer = lawyer


12) revew = review


13) Ida (a name or phonetic - can you say fo-net-ik - for the letter I) = idea


14) spelling or grammar (you forgot punctuation and structure) and they are just as important.

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LMAO Skool!  I do believe your point is well taken, I am just not sure it hit the correct audience!


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Skool we already know she hasn't gone to school, how do you know that she knows how to read.

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LMAO Skool!  I do believe your point is well taken, I am just not sure it hit the correct audience!



You mean the "audience of one" right?

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Skool we already know she hasn't gone to school, how do you know that she knows how to read.

She can read as evidenced by her responses.  What I question is the level of reading comprehension...... but just barely.  Her responses are all to the posts that tease or outright make fun of the topic, the spelling and incorrect use of terminology.  She avoids directly answering the questions of those who are desperately trying to understand her question(s) and requests for additional information and clarification.

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I think the OP is referring to a cel phone video she took. 


Ma'am, I don't understand. I am curious to know what the Walmart employees thought was stolen.  The contents of your grocery bags??? 

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I think the OP is referring to a cel phone video she took. 


Ma'am, I don't understand. I am curious to know what the Walmart employees thought was stolen.  The contents of your grocery bags??? 



It would appear that the O/P and her boyfriend purchased some items through the self-check out.  Among the items were a bag of potato wedges.  She stated that they were payed for and that they were eating them when they went back in for some other items, also paid for through the self-check out.  If I were to venture a guess, it would appear the that security / loss prevention clerk believed that they were eating merchandise that was not paid for.  It also would appear that a physical confrontation took place.  I wasn't there and I'll bet that the O/P phone video does not  show that her boyfriend was less than cooperative with loss prevention.  If that were the case, the lesson that I hope the O/P and her boyfriend learned was that they should not eat merchandise while in the store.  Put it in the car and then go back for what you forgot.  If stopped and questioned by loss prevention, cooperate.  Sounds like the whole mess could have been avoided.

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