Seen some outrageous acts of cops losing their composure but this Seattle jail deputy takes the cake, and is rightfully being prosecuted. Some girl is told to remove her shoes, kicks it at the cop, and he physically attacks her, smashes her head against the wall, pulls her hair, throws her down, and punches her upside the head. It is gross.
The case goes beyond police misconduct, County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg said in a prepared statement, announcing the cop will rightfully be prosecuted. "It's about criminal misconduct. And that's why he needs to be prosecuted," he said.
Lots of these cameras everywhere are invasions of our privacy. They invade aspects of our lives we thought private, like the secret walk you thought you took along a dock at the Colahatchee Park Preserve. Somewhere in a trailer a Wilton Manors cop is watching you pick your nose. And more than that if you are cruising.
The cameras are revealing not just speeders going through red lights. They are revealing maniac cops, enraged judges, and wanton killers, like those maggots who beat up the homeless men last year by the community college on East Las Olas. Yes, we are losing a measure of privacy. But the domestic terrorists who rob banks and hold up convenience stores and maim innocents are also are not getting away with it as much as they would have in the past.