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@dshipp17: He continued placing his full weight on the back of the guy’s neck, for several minutes, despite the guy repeatedly stating that he could not breath; whilst numerous onlookers were outright telling the officer, that he was killing the guy.

So yea, I would say that the officer’s intent was to outright kill the suspect. He’d have to be completely incompetent for that to have been unintentional.

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@dshipp17: Dude, he had his knee on the back of the guy’s neck. Everyone standing there knew how severe the situation was, and you’re saying the trained police officers didn’t? lol

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#3  Edited By Zetsu-San

Thinks I’m mean

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@chimeroid: I mean. We’ve had instances where the media has the twisted context to insight drama, so a degree of skepticism is understandable.

In this case, we have a full video of exactly what happened, so it’s a little ridiculous.

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Voting for @jucaslucasa here. Seems pretty open and shut, the sphere spell can get Jucas’s team to the enemy telepath far more quickly than the options at Payne’s disposal.

That just leaves Spiderman to keep 2 separate targets similar to him in tier, from landing a blow on the telepath. I just don’t see him pulling that off.

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@abstractraze: Brah, when the guy who’s fully cuffed, fully disarmed, and face down on the floor; is saying that “he can’t breathe” and you don’t move knee off the back of his neck, that’s not an “accident”.

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@chimeroid: IIRC, cops get tazed during training, so that they know how it feels. So that cop really shouldn’t be that scared of a tazer.

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@rbt said:

The fact that people are still defending that scum's action shows what's really wrong with America.

Abstract’s not American...

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@abstractraze: Neither of the two cops were injured. Neither of them were projecting any sense of fear of the man. Both were very casual about the entire ordeal.

The guy was on the ground, fully restrained, and shirtless. He was very clearly unarmed, no longer resisting, and no longer a threat. Even if he was faking, and the officer was “tricked into taking his knee off the guy’s neck”, what is he going to do? Wiggle on the ground?

When the guy, whose face you’re pressing into asphalt, complains that he can’t breath; it should absolutely be taken seriously. If the person is truly dangerous, should cuffing and disarming be considered the first priority? Sure... But both of those things were already taken care of.

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@anthp2000: I mean, he's not wrong. Physically opposing the police won't help the situation, it'll only escalate it. If you're 100% cooperative and they kill you anyways, then that means you were kind of screwed either way. Physically resisting and being uncooperative will only either escalate beyond what it might have been, or (if they were going to kill you anyways) risk giving enough "reasonable doubt" for the officer to get away with it.