W. Virginia Supreme Court Sides with State Police in Civil Suit Alleging Excessive Force

April 28, 2021

  • April 28, 2021 at 6:12 pm
    Wayne says:
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    Although the article doesn’t say whether the police had to chase the plaintiff or vice versa, I think it is obvious who fled the scene of the accident.

    Rule of thumb, if you make the police chase you, they are bringing an ass whooping with them; don’t run from the police.

  • April 29, 2021 at 8:30 am
    Stush says:
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    I don’t care if someone is guilty, the real rule of thumb is punishment is up to the courts. When a person commits a crime, it is the job of the police to apprehend you. I find it incredible that you would think apprehension allows police to brutalize a perpetrator. I know you would change your tune when you are subjected to aggressive treatment by police. It is no wonder that people are calling for a different way to handle these things. When I was a kid, I never heard of police beating people or pulling their guns for minor offenses. In your way of thinking, they should have shot him too because “he asked for it”.

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