He did operate the car before sleeping in it so it was a clear DUI. I saw the footage and he was clearly drunk, but friendly. It was when he resisted and ran away (due to being intoxicated). Still, they had his details, car and registration so even if he got away they could just track him down and arrest him later. I don't get the level of force they think is warranted with these situations.I think he tasered the cop too when things got heated. But I can't quite figure out why they instigated a confrontation with him. What was he allegedly doing wrong?
I mean WHO HASN'T?...and they responded by releasing a bio-weapon via a couple of bats that pumps us full of 5G while we sleep. Or something.
I mean WHO HASN'T?
He annoys me because First Of The Gang To Die is legitimately one of my favourite songs ever and I feel guilty for endorsing him by listening to it.
Surprised there hasn’t been any discussion on the Daunte Wright killing in Minnesota. The police officer, Kim Potter, confused her gun for a taser and was recorded saying “oh shit I shot him”. This was all because he had an arrest warrant related to a marijuana offense
the officer and police chief have resigned.
It’s all I’ve seen on social media. I’m more interested in what the criminal consequences are for this officer and the department.I don't mean on here, since I don't know how much this has made international news, but I feel that I have seen less anger on social media than there would be if Trump was still president.
It’s all I’ve seen on social media. I’m more interested in what the criminal consequences are for this officer and the department.