r/Unexpected 7d ago

Karma is a bitch Removed - Not Unexpected

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u/This-is-Life-Man 7d ago

Damn. He just took it too. Hats off to the cop for not instantly reacting with violence.

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u/kneedeepco 7d ago

He was like "damn it, why'd you have to hit me...I really don't want to have to hit you back" and then she hit him again then the other cop made the decision for him lol. One tapped her ass out!

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u/TreningDre 7d ago

I feel like the other cop was like “look I’m trying to help your dumbass not end up on the news.” Then when she did it again he was like “well, now you done fucked up!”

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u/Tinlint 7d ago

He just forearms the jaw, brain knocks against the skull. Light out! She was a bit buttered up, otherwise they might have caught her

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u/Teleclast 7d ago

Bit buttered up… oh my god never heard this one

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u/Teleclast 7d ago

Who out here buttering watermelons????

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u/CiDirkona 7d ago

... why is the guy behind him zipping up his pants...?

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u/Ryozu 7d ago

How else you gonna get it up your ass?

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u/DroidChargers 7d ago

The dude in the back thought about trying to catch her but was like nevermind, too heavy and backed away 😂

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u/-ThrowAwayAwayAway 7d ago

It looks like the cop who got hit actually tried to grab her to slow her fall. Kudos to that man for actually giving a fuck despite being wailed on.

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u/procrastimom 7d ago

He at least, instinctively, rolled her into recovery position.

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u/pitcrane 7d ago

You mean The handcuff position

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u/ljheidel 7d ago

There was also a little glance at the cop who KO’ed her like, “why’d you have to go and do that, Bob?”

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u/Rejectedrobot 7d ago

I wouldn't want to pull a back muscle either

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u/Background-Pain-7641 7d ago

I was thinking I’m glad that the black cop hit her. This lady literally has nothing she can go at the department for.

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u/GlamRockDave 7d ago

Once is passion mixed with stupid. Twice is just vanilla stupid.

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u/Magik95 7d ago

Lmao that is exactly it.

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u/nomadofwaves 7d ago

Then the white cop looked at him like “thanks I didn’t want to end up on news.”

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u/Fun_Wolverine_5808 7d ago

It’s unfortunate but If the white cop did it, people would riot and burn the city down.

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u/jackophasaurus 7d ago

I remember this video was taken at the very beginning of the of the BLM protests last summer. Further into the video you see a massive crowd moving in. So yea, if he did hit her I’m sure they would have rioted. Pretty scary situation for anyone to be in

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u/pkc2506 7d ago

It’s Baltimore. They burn the city down every few years anyways.

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u/BrainyIsMe 7d ago

But it's totally not the fault if the Democrat leadership that's been there for 40+ years...

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u/Patman1416 7d ago

He was like “aww fuck I can’t believe you’ve done this.

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u/Hobgoblin_deluxe 7d ago

She fucked around, and OH did she find out. Ding-ding, chucklehead.

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u/Turbulent_Link1738 7d ago

He was more upset at the fact that it happened than it actually happening

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u/DarkwingDuckHunt 7d ago

Both Cops even pulled back after punch #1, totally feel for him cause now he knows he'll be on the news and have to fill out 50 forms.

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u/DuckWithBrokenWings 7d ago

In this case, having it on video will actually save the cop. Just another argument for body cams.

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u/Tnotsomobile 7d ago

The funny thing is, every cop i know loves body cams. People always think they’re making cops uncomfortable by demanding body cams. But it helps them write reports a million times easier and saves them from frivolous complaints.

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u/jemi1976 7d ago

He even tried to catch her as she fell. The other two just stepped out of the way.

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u/One-monkey 7d ago

They worried bout back injury.

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u/TheLillyKitty 7d ago

I have to say, as a kinda overweight person; if I’m falling, and there’s little risk of my death due to the fall, don’t try and catch me. You’d have to call two ambulances if you did. Let my fat ass fall, I’ve got a cushion!

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u/jemi1976 7d ago

I worry about someone’s head hitting the pavement if they’re just left to fall. But yeah, I’m pretty much going to have to get out of the way because I’m small and weak.

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u/sad_panda91 7d ago

In a Situation like this, hitting the pavement with your head absolutely can cripple or kill you. If one somehow has the presence of mind to try and slow down the way of head->stone, please do.

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u/Hambgurbers 7d ago

And he immediately put her in the recovery position. That man is on point.

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u/camerontylek 7d ago

As an RN, we have to take it as well. If we reacted like the second cop did we'd be fired and lose our license to practice.

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u/Nathanyu3 7d ago

Yes but you don’t have use of force doctrine. Force +1 is what cops are allowed to use so whatever is being sued against you and a bit further if need be, anything more is abuse of power. She’s threw 2 punches to the face before the cops returned the same force. Even if they weren’t cops you can’t hit people in the face without getting hit back.

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u/DelayedIntentions 7d ago

Reasonable does a lot of the heavy lifting in that sentence.

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u/TickleMe-Elbow 7d ago

I thought it was reasonable

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u/CocoSavege 7d ago

If we reacted like the second cop did we'd be fired and lose our license to practice.

In case you missed it, parent is saying that in their line of work they aren't permitted the same latitude of force as police even though they frequently face similar levels of threat.

Cops are quite unique in their allowance of use of force.

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u/CompletePin8274 7d ago

If you were being beaten up wouldn't you like your partner to help you out? Nurse, firies and police arent punching bags. She got exactly what she deserved.

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u/mlpnko02 7d ago

Can confirm that RN’s are not required to be physically beaten without defending themselves and/or other RN’s. You should reevaluate

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u/ktsb 7d ago

This is half true/your work place sucks. You still have the right to defend yourself from an attacker. We are trained to descalate or if possible remove our self from the area and call for help (call code strong is what i remember) but you can defend yourself. When an investigation or incident reports are done hopefully your management understands you have rights too. they could fire you but legally you won't lose your license that's up to the state and again you still have constitutional rights. Don't just get hit or sexually assaulted because hr has scared you into thinking you don't have rights.

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u/knock_knock94 7d ago

It’s because he is white , that’s when the black man came and hit her from his side. This kind of fear for getting call as a racist is dragging a healthy society to medieval time.

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u/Forward_Recover_1135 7d ago

Right, for fuck’s sake woman the cop even gave you one for free and you still weren’t smart enough to just stop.

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u/booboo0419 7d ago

True. Hats off to his partner too

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u/IronAcesHigh 7d ago

He was probably afraid to hit her back because he didn’t want to be labeled a racist.

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u/Plus_Professor_1923 7d ago

He’d have the vid clipped and be called racist if he hit her lol .. black guy needed to do it. Was gonna put /s but isn’t even sarcasm anymore 💀

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u/Rjmccully 7d ago

Well, she had that coming. Now whatch, last 3 secs of video will go viral showing just the cop hitting the woman and people will riot and call for the cop to be fired!

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u/AbovexBeyond 7d ago

She’s not wrong though…

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u/unwantedposterboy 7d ago edited 7d ago

I just rewatched the last bit 500 times and I forget how it started.

I AM SO ENRAGED!


Edit: Fuckin hell. People actually took this comment seriously?

No wonder orange buffoon got elected.

Some people got absolutely no bullshit radar whatsoever.

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u/lonelywarrobot 7d ago

I love you

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u/Topcity36 7d ago

Marry me?

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u/Purist19 7d ago

Only if I get half of all your money, property, and leftovers

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u/DarthToothbrush 7d ago

you know what they say about half of nothing

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u/I_Fuck_A_Junebug 7d ago

So you’re telling me there’s a chance!

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u/ElectricalAbroad8232 7d ago

You guys get a room

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u/winnower8 7d ago

Happened in Baltimore last year. They saw her car earlier, then she drove her car at them and tried to drive down a blocked road. When confronted she immediately said out loud “she felt attacked”. She seems to be instigating the incident. Cop didn’t get charged. Woman got two counts assault Here’s his body worn camera and follow up article. To give a city wide context, we’ve had our riots 6 years ago and as a city we haven’t had violent riot since. Many agree that she shouldn’t have fucked around and found out.

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u/bifftanin1955 7d ago

Yeah, imagine if it was one of the white cops and not the black one

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u/Synpharia 7d ago

All hell would break loose.

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u/HTowns_FinestJBird 7d ago

Cities would burn.

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u/xPromethium 7d ago

I would not mind that. Just think of all the work construction workers would have

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u/Kyosw21 7d ago

Well, we found the optimist

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u/HellofaHitller 7d ago

Found the construction worker more likely.... devious builders

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u/CafeSleepy 7d ago

The broken window optimist, that is.

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u/Ruubers 7d ago

Homeless ppl will have bigger communities and maybe make new friends!

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u/usernamesarehard1979 7d ago

Morgan freeman pointing up and saying “he’s not wrong you know. “

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u/Abject_Week_1840 7d ago

you know what. . . take my upvote and get outa here

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u/oedipism_for_one 7d ago

“White officers involved in brutal beating of black woman”

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u/bifftanin1955 7d ago

Standard media spin

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u/uconn3386 7d ago

She looks terrified of that white officer...

Oh, wait.

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u/umbravivum 7d ago

But the black cop is a race traitor./s

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u/flymartymcflies 7d ago

Peaceful rioters will burn and loot again

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u/ken431985 7d ago

And look how the white cop didn’t even want to defend himself for fear of the race card being pulled.

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u/winnower8 7d ago

Happened in Baltimore last year. They saw her car earlier, then she drove her car at them and tried to drive down a blocked road. When confronted she immediately said out loud “she felt attacked”. She seems to be instigating the incident. Cop didn’t get charged. Woman got two counts assault Here’s his body worn camera and follow up article. To give a city wide context, we’ve had our riots 6 years ago and as a city we haven’t had violent riot since. Many agree that she shouldn’t have fucked around and found out.

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u/Despitefuldick 7d ago

I’d still argue a cop shouldn’t sucker punch her in this situation. First punch you grab them and put handcuffs on them, not just stand around.

Obviously this is how a bunch of citizens would react, but in theory police officers are supposed to be trained. Which we know they aren’t.

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u/CurrentlyBlazed 7d ago

Too bad this happened a while ago.... soooo uhhhhhhhhh there is that.

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u/LazySusanRevolution 7d ago

I mean just because you say it doesn’t make it true… like it’s not actually going to happen. Yeah, sometimes internet folks get riled up by incomplete info, but this is some old man shaking fist over Twitter kind of perspective. They are wrong, they make a point sort of about Reddit self righteously frothing, but thats not some how especially common with anti cop shit. Whatever paranoid bad faith fantasy won’t play out. Plenty of real cop shit to get frothy over.

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u/Authentic_Garbage 7d ago

Well thankfully we don't need to make fake ones since there's an ocean of real ones to pull from

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u/pbugg2 7d ago

But we all saw the original video

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u/Anndress07 7d ago

why Karen tho? you just call people you don't agree with Karen?

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u/goozlo 7d ago

Alright, Karen.

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u/Misteerreeeussss-_- 7d ago

Because they just made up a scenario that didn’t happen to generate outrage over an unrelated topic. Prime Karen behavior

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u/AliceInHololand 7d ago

Jfc it really triggers me when all the right wing ass munches come out on clips like these to fellate themselves about scenarios that literally never happen and confirm their own biases off of literally nothing.

The cop’s actions are arguably justifiable in the clip. I think most people would say they’re fully justifiable. That doesn’t mean all instances of police brutality are justified. It doesn’t mean there isn’t a problem of corrupt cops in the system.

Yeah the crazy woman in the video gets what she deserves. Too many people out there are not. It’s fucking insane that these people just keep putting on their blinders.

And the people making this about race are straight up just outing themselves as racist.

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u/TylerDurdenUMD 7d ago

Welcome to the internet. This is a place where people can not comprehend context of a situation to save their lives.

There’s also a shit ton of porn.

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u/Shivshanks 7d ago

I think a lawyer could make a very good argument that this was excessive force.

It doesn't matter what she had just done. his duty is not to dole out punitive punishment it's too arrest so that judicial system can weigh the evidence and a jurry can decide punishment.

there's three officers she could have easily been restrained.

that was not done.

I mean I'm probably going to eat a bunch of down votes. but I'm not arguing that she should be allowed to hit people. I'm just arguing that police officers have a duty to not use excessive force.

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u/marcopoblano 7d ago

Man screw the down votes, that's just facts right there. Had it been a bunch of civilians, I'd be like aight she had it coming.

But cops literally have trained to take people down, have tasers, and could've used cuffs. And like you said there was 3 of them there, blindside hook to the dome was unnecessary... ngl still funny as f*ck tho 😂😂😂

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u/Pilioforealio 7d ago

It turns out it was his ex wife

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u/Aspel 7d ago

She's probably used to getting hit by him, then

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u/obliviousJeff 7d ago

Statistically speaking, you're only 40% right.

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u/iualumni12 7d ago

I don’t know, guy. I worked in prisons for twenty years and was involved in quite a bunch of takedowns. She ain’t tiny and once you start wrestling around a big old behemoth like that, even with three people, you don’t know who all is going to get hurt.

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u/marcopoblano 7d ago

Yeah I had a long convo with a different guy on this thread who explained tasers ain't what they used to be (for medical reasons) and trying to take down a big girl like her, who's already in a violent mood, would definitely cause way more damage for everyone involved.

Plus I mistook his strike for a rage fueled left hook punch, but on rewatch it definitely seems more like a calculated, open-palm strike to the pressure point on the jaw.

The more you know, hey 😅📖🌈

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u/canadarepubliclives 7d ago

Having worked in live events before, I've seen the tinest person unleash hell on a few large security guards trying to passively subdue the person. Like, huge 6'5" dudes.

A big person can easily shove around 4-5 guys trying to immobilize them. The surefire trick has always been a punch to the face after someone strikes a guard.

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u/Dry_Client_7098 7d ago

You can argue anything and there are some very good attorneys that might try but it's pretty much settled law that police can legally escalate force to just above what is used against them. She punches, they punch once, no excessive force. Because it's not the minimum possible force it's reasonable force and since this is an equal type and manner of force.........

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u/DoctorWaluigiTime 7d ago edited 7d ago

Said that in a similar thread and boy did Reddit disagree (to the tune of many a downvote).

Like, the officer behind her had every opportunity to just grab her arms (and while I have no context, she doesn't seem to be all there (i.e. drunk)) and restrain her that way. Not to mention there's three of them.

But nope, this is a Justified Punching according to Reddit because they like their Instant Karma, even though this is a good microcosm of officers of the law being more retaliatory than exercising restraint. I.e. the thing they're ostensibly trained to do in situations like this (where the worst threat present is apparently getting smacked about; which while not fun is hardly a "drop her to the ground instantly" scenario).

It's such a bizarre dichotomy of "popular opinion on Reddit" (and yes I know "Reddit is more than one person"). Alter the circumstance ever so slightly and they'd be spouting ACAB at the top of their lungs and rolling in pointless Reddit awards. Mention anything close to that in this thread and you'll get the opposite impression.

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u/Killingmesmalls_2020 7d ago

I actually agree with you. She’s clearly outnumbered and the punch to the face was probably more retaliatory than necessary to subdue her. Not to mention, what they probably know that she may not is that you punch someone wrong you can kill them.

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u/Diver0311 7d ago

Maybe she could just not swing at officers and calm down, just a theory though

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u/SergeantSalmon 7d ago

Objectively false, don’t comment until you’ve had to restrain someone. Cops in New York are always trained to use one level of force higher than what they’re facing. By law a CED or baton is a higher level of force than bare hands, meaning that by definition this was less than the highest level of force permitted in the situation. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

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u/ban-me_harder_daddy 7d ago

No... a lawyer could not make a very good argument for this. That cop's actions prevented the other cop from a possible broken nose. The force he used was completely justified.

there's three officers she could have easily been restrained.

All of your "what if" scenarios don't seem to take in account her getting another swing off. Get real dude.

 

The judge would laugh the lawyer out of the court room.

 

Did you get your law degree from Reddit? Because I'm pretty sure you've never stepped a foot inside a court room.

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u/marvage 7d ago

I feel like he took it into his own hands, knowing it would be better if he put her down instead of the white cop. I’m against police brutality, but she definitely had that coming

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u/jokersleuth 7d ago

this video is old, so fuck off.

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u/doncroak 7d ago

No this is old. A lot of people have seen it.

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u/friedgrape 7d ago

No one is doing that lmao. Rarely does "what happened before the camera started" justify the actions caught on camera. If you see an American cop being violent, it's pretty safe to assume that's the end of the story.

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u/Shalasheezy 7d ago

Don't conflate issues.

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u/DBH114 7d ago

Baltimore, May 2020 during the G.Floyd riots. The woman blew a red light and drove at the cops who jumped out of the way. She then turned around and drove at them again. They ordered her out of the car at gun point. She got out told the cops to shoot her then sat down in the street. The cop got her up and she tried to spit on him. After that the video above documents the rest of the encounter. The cop who hit her was not charged.

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u/shoobiedoobie 7d ago

*when they think the system breaks down and loses legitimacy

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u/JonnyFrost 7d ago

Suicide by cop.

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u/v161l473c4n15l0r3m 7d ago

Sounds like they really showed restraint.

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u/xertshurts 7d ago

No, strikes are strikes. If you want to box a cop, you better get ready to saddle up and ride that horse the whole way. There's absolutely no way that we should let some people get away with that more than others due to our perceived strength of those hits.

What's more is the backstory justifies it for you. If she hadn't hit him, would the cop have been justified in hitting her? No, you stop the threat, detain, hand off to the courts. They were willing to do that, she wanted some justice in the street. She pushed until she got it.

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u/CrackerMacJackson 7d ago

She hit him 2x. Even without all this context it was more than justified to knock her ass out.

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u/Mynewthrowaway8888 7d ago

Yes, if you instigate and throw the first punch, you don’t get to decide what the appropriate level of response should be.

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u/sd5306 7d ago

For real. It is like accountability does not factor in at all for the people blaming the cop on this one.

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u/happytothethird 7d ago edited 7d ago

They even gave her the first one.

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u/MostAnnoyingSoundinT 7d ago

Two clean punches to the face are just a slap to you? It's not like woman cant throw real punches.

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u/solicitorpenguin 7d ago

Bruh, that bitch deserved that haymaker. Hope she enjoys felony charges as well.

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u/shmandrewshmade 7d ago

Not at all. He did just fine. He didn't use a gun .. what else do you wanna take from them? I don't even care for the 5-0 usually

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u/Gibborim 7d ago

Not shooting her when she was trying to run them over is more than enough restraint to keep me happy.

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u/larrysports2 7d ago

You can see her make a closed fist.

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u/johnnyonio 7d ago

Well deserved.

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u/ChimpBrisket 7d ago edited 7d ago

Agreed, if you throw a punch it’s reasonable to receive a punch.

All’s fair in love, war, and Baltimore.

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u/AsleepArgument9 7d ago

Not going to Baltimore!

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u/TheLocalWeeb16 7d ago

Hey it’s not thaaat bad here. It’s only kinda pretty bad.

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u/crayonsnachas 7d ago

It's only bad if you actively seek shit out, tbh.

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u/DeerDiarrhea 7d ago

It seemed like they were going to let that first one slide a bit, but she rolled the dice once more and snake eyes.

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u/Embarrassed-Ad966 7d ago edited 7d ago

She really fucked around and found out

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u/winnower8 7d ago

Happened in Baltimore last year. They saw her car earlier, then she drove her car at them and tried to drive down a blocked road. When confronted she immediately said out loud “she felt attacked”. She seems to be instigating the incident. Cop didn’t get charged. Woman got two counts assault Here’s his body worn camera and follow up article. To give a city wide context, we’ve had our riots 6 years ago and as a city we haven’t had violent riot since. Many agree that she shouldn’t have fucked around and found out.

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u/ShrimpCrackers 7d ago

This is why activists really need to pick their battles. They wanted her freed without charges and the cop who was struck to be fired.

I mean, looking at this footage and others, it's extremely clear she was in the wrong.

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u/kangamangusmang 7d ago

Reddit is reeeaaaally into this phrase huh

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u/Balogna-Mangione 7d ago

So satisfying to witness this instant karma.

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u/editofreddit 7d ago

This is America….black, white, whatever….all fighting stupid.

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u/Lilmaggot 7d ago

Baltimore, to be precise.

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u/repooc21 7d ago

Maryland resident here.

I go to Oriole games on the regular. Sliders across the street is as far as I go into Baltimore. That shit is not my dojo. I turn around and get the hell out.

Not saying all of Baltimore is bad. I've been to the aquarium, the zoo, little Italy and all that...not anymore.

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u/Cheef_queef 7d ago

We have really nice people here too, one time this lady went full heroin lean on the light rail and dropped her phone, we put it back in her purse and zipped it up

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u/Rook_20 7d ago edited 7d ago

It confuses me how reddit seems to be very unaware of the different standards cops have to be held to than general society.

Woman is being a fuckwit - but an eye for an eye is NOT acceptable from police. I wouldn’t think much about it if it was some random dude getting hit and hits back, but this kind of return violence is unacceptable from law enforcement, and it looks like she cracks her head on the concrete as well.

I understand it might feel unjust to many people to say that police can’t return what they’re copping (pun intended), but that’s literally their job. They’re trained for a very long time in de-escalation in most countries (though in the US it’s much shorter) and in these situations they should be going for a bear hug and restraining the perpetrator without potentially killing her.

It’s the same way that a hot guy approaching a girl is occasionally appreciated or exciting, but old men approaching a girl is almost universally creepy - they have to hold themselves to a higher level of accountability and behave differently because of their circumstance. Regular people using violence is shitty, cops using violence (in many cases) is unacceptable. Of course, if she pulled a knife or a gun I wouldn’t be saying any of this, but she didn’t pose an actual threat... she can throw hands tho 😳

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u/AssPennies 7d ago

They’re trained for a very long time in de-escalation in most countries (though in the US it’s much shorter)

27 weeks total, and a high school diploma with no gpa requirement.

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u/Rook_20 7d ago edited 7d ago

I had no idea it was THAT short. It’s 3 years here in Australia. 😬

Edit: It’s actually 1 year, plus a second year of supervision.

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u/AssPennies 7d ago

It varies by location in the US.

The Justice Department says the average is 840 hours, or 5.25 months with M-F at 8 hours a day.

Mississippi clocks in at 4 months before hitting street training with a gun. The adjacent states are pretty much the same.

Barbers often have more stringent training hour requirements than police academies.

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u/Ok_Association3696 7d ago

27 weeks is just academy time, not total time. There’s still field training for 6-12 months depending on the department and supplemental training every month depending on the training/speciality the office is qualifying for

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u/TheWizKelly 7d ago

After the first swing, homeboy half-ass holds her arms back and then puts all his effort into a retaliation punch after she swings a second time. A poor showing by these cops. 3 officers and she wasn't restrained after the first punch? Absolute disgrace.

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u/Rook_20 7d ago

Agreed. It almost looks like they “attempt” peace once, because they know they should (but fail to restrain her from attacking again) and use the second hit as justification to finally let loose. (Not saying it was deliberate, just a pathetic attempt at keeping the peace.)

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u/mr_potatoface 7d ago

This lady tried to run them over in her car twice during a riot. They drew their guns on her while she was still in the car and she demanded to be shot. They eventually get her out of the car, and this proceeds to happen. She was spitting on them as well IIRC. This wasn't just an isolated unruly/drunk sidewalk incident, she legit tried to kill them moments before.

Happened in 2020, was all over reddit like this. People posted the edited clip of cop whacking her... People freak out and post longer and longer videos to show cops were being attacked and justifying them, but by then the damage to the cops was already done and cops were the irreversible bad guys of the scenario.

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u/HammerToenail 7d ago

EXACTLY!

I was scrolling hoping to see some common sense and all I saw was "deserved" "props to the cops for not doing it sooner" etc. Like how do you not understand that someone punching the police is very different than an officer punching someone.

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u/Jpldude 7d ago

Why did I have to scroll down so far to see this? Standards are different for cops.

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u/syrianfries 7d ago

I’m gonna say this and say it once, I don’t care whether they have training to de escalate a situation, if they are getting hit violently then they have every right to defend themselves however they see fit. I’m not saying go and merc someone’s ass but general defense, everyone has that right to defend themselves especially the cops who put themselves in danger for our general well being

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u/Question_Control24 7d ago

That is specifically the problem with police today. That is exactly what a shitty cop is.

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u/CeleryKitchen3429 7d ago

My thoughts exactly. Based on the video, she absolutely deserved to be arrested and charged, but there are many safer ways to arrest her, especially with three officers there. The punishment for assaulting an officer is lengthy jail time, not permanent brain damage.

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u/donotgohollow 7d ago

Reddit is mostly american, and 'justice', eye-for-eye etc. is a very american outlook. It's very taxing to read

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u/CankerLord 7d ago

Yeah, if she was throwing punches at some random dude and his random guy friends then they'd have no particular responsibility to do anything less than punch her back. Unfortunately, these are police and they should have restrained her.

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u/ToThePointilism 7d ago edited 7d ago

These same people who are all "fuck around and find out" will be first in line to crucify these same cops with less context. There is no rhyme or reason to it, it's 100% mob justice on the internet. This is exactly the behavior Plato warned us about a couple thousand years ago in ancient *Grecian democracy.

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u/PioneerStandard 7d ago

Sent down for a road inspection but ended up seeing stars.

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u/pilgrimdigger 7d ago

I' m not a cop though. Punching her in the face is revenge or meeting out punishment, not subduing and restraining. I am guessing he gets hit with an unreasonable use of force lawsuit.

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u/Warsh_rag 7d ago

To be fair they are the police and the cop behind her had every chance to restrain her and didn’t. So he shouldn’t of punched her he should’ve restrained her.

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u/OnlyVisitingEarth 7d ago

She must have been hungry....cause she got the full knuckle sandwich!

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u/seregios22 7d ago

That one cop that was being hit showed plenty of restraint tho

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u/Profoundpronoun 7d ago

Seriously though, don’t hit a cop. Even if they are wrong. You won’t like the outcome regardless.

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u/totallyintotraps 7d ago

Hehehe equal rights strikes again

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u/lancewilson1997 7d ago

Equal rights • equal lefts

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u/bye_Nillu 7d ago

That's all you can think about seeing this video? It's not about equal rights, it's about stupid getting KO'd

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u/inflo76 7d ago

This is definitely a win for feminism. Equality is on display here and I'm grateful to this officer for not discriminating based on gender. Well done.

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u/quarterpounder420 7d ago

White officer: Shit, I'm white! Black officer: I got you, brotha.

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u/Lebossatron01 7d ago

ONWARD

TO CONTROVERSIAL

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u/Shivshanks 7d ago

it's not the weird flags or fucked up political rallies that let me know that fascism has come to America. it's the state violence being applauded as a spectator sport that lets me know it's here.

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u/Timberwolf501st 7d ago

It is absolutely ridiculous that so many entitled individuals who have lived in such a ridiculously sheltered environment think that what they see and experience is fascism. How unbelievably uneducated and dense do you have to be in order to think THIS is what fascism looks like? You don't know the first thing about what real evil can be. You don't know the first thing about how bad it gets. You don't even realize the fact you can legally say things like this is a privilege not everyone shares in the world. You don't have a clue as to how far brutality can go in a truly fascist state.

You insult everyone who has experienced the horrors of true fascism by comparing your simplistic struggles to it. Read a fucking history book. The fact that this lady assaulted an officer twice and the retaliation after the second strike is somehow proof that things are fucked up is the most entitled bs I've heard today.

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u/Asked_intently 7d ago

I don’t think a lot of these ppl rly even understand what fascism is tbh LOL

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u/titan9121 7d ago

Would be riots all over if the white cop hit her

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u/Skull-BT 7d ago

That cop was patient

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u/Doomslayer_dqd 7d ago

Imagine if that had been a white cop hitting that black woman. We would still be hearing about it on the news.

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u/the_big_man- 7d ago

he ROCKED her so hard i felt it on my chin

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u/benedictscummerbund 7d ago edited 7d ago

Yeah when it comes to civilians cops should be held to higher standard. Than the rest of us. This why so many mentally challenged pple die by cops. Bc we allow shitty popele to become cops they have more training in hand to hand combat than de escalation. My barber has more training in de escalation. Thats fucking pathetic!

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u/campuschemist 7d ago

I’m actually astonished at the restraint of the cop being hit. ✊🏼

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u/cvtharsis 7d ago

what a fucking bitch

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u/Downright_Dirtyboy 7d ago

Absofreakinloutly deserved that.

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u/Kayjaid 7d ago

Deep throat the whole boot!

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u/one-more-stunt 7d ago

They didn’t restrain her or take proper caution, there was no reason to hit her.

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u/mrladymau 7d ago

cops already have the means to detain her, there's still no need to punch her, that's a plain abuse of power. if ur a public servant there's no room to be petty

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u/DarkStarjam82772 7d ago

He still sucker punched a women. 3 to 1 easily could constrain her. Punk ass cops