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Utopia Talk / Politics / Pigs being piggy v2.0: Now even piggier!
Sat May 05 13:54:43
2nd verse, same as the 1st.

Guy on the ground and cuffed ... and in comes a bad ass with a kick to the skull.


Sat May 05 15:29:06
Zero context, you cannot come to an accurate conclusion.
Sat May 05 15:32:23
Sat May 05 21:47:04

The context is a cuffed suspect being kicked in the skull by a thug who thinks that his badge puts him above the law.

Sat May 05 21:49:10

Also of note is that witnesses in both cases felt the need to hide their identities for fear of the pigs.

smart dude
Sat May 05 22:17:01
That's right. We don't know the context. The guy might have called the cop a poopie-head. We'll never know.
Sat May 05 23:42:29
Yeah. Seeing a 3 second video totes gives us a clear understanding of an arrest video.
smart dude
Sun May 06 00:42:55
In curious what the context might be. Dude is arrested, face down on the ground and the cop runs around the cop car and kicks the dude in the head.
Sun May 06 00:46:44
A Franklin Township officer has been placed on administrative leave after a video emerged on social media showing him kicking a restrained suspect in the head.

A video from user @j_tennyson_ posted early on Wednesday morning shows one officer pinning a man on the ground while another comes over and kicks the man in the head. As of Thursday, the video has been retweeted almost 8,000 times, and liked over 9,000 times as of Thursday.

"I don't care what this dude did, there is no justifiable reason for what the cop did," wrote @j_tennyson_, who told media that his mother took the video from their house on Sullivant Ave.

According to Franklin Township Police Chief Byron C. Smith, the incident emerged from a "police involved vehicle pursuit." A police report obtained by WOSU identified the suspect as Anthony Foster Jr., 18. Foster was identified as being white.

"During the coarse [sic] of the investigation a video surfaced showing possible officer misconduct," Smith said in a statement. "The involved officer has been placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. This department will not tolerate officer misconduct."

According the police report, officers stopped Foster's car because it did not have vehicle registration, but Foster apparently fled and "continued driving recklessly," hitting several cars. The report says Foster rammed an officer's car, and the officer removed Foster from the car by grabbing the back of his neck and hair.

The report does not mention the kicking incident. The officer involved has not been named.

A spokesperson for the department said Smith is discussing the incident with the Fraternal Order of Police.

This is the second viral incident of a Columbus-area officer kicking a suspect in the head. Last July, officer Zachary Rosen was fired for using "unreasonable" force after a cell phone video showed him kicking DeMarco Anderson.

Chief Kim Jacobs said the action was an "untrained technique" and recommended a three-day suspension, but Public Safety director Ned Pettus instead chose to fire Rosen.

Rosen was reinstated in March after the FOP appealed the decision.

smart dude
Sun May 06 01:07:16
Lol it turns out this cop was previously fired from another police department...for beating up a suspect..LOL.

Waaaah muh context
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