Haven't seen any talk on UP about this incident in Georgia a couple days ago. Apparently a Lyft driver was pulled over and the pax refused to show ID, so the deputies beat him unconscious.
Wheres a written article on this ?Haven't seen any talk on UP about this incident in Georgia a couple days ago. Apparently a Lyft driver was pulled over and the pax refused to show ID, so the deputies beat him unconscious.
EXACTLY !Well the guy is still fighting the officer...
Arrest? What arrest? For failing to produce an ID? For a breaklight out? You must have earned a beating like this more than once in your life if that's the bar you set. I hope you never have kids.Wheres a written article on this ?
What are the Circumstances ?
Took all that time to get handcuffs on the guy.
He was Resisting Arrest till the end.
What did resisting arrest, failure to comply, accomplish ?
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I see no mention anywhere of what initiated all of this.Looks like this was not during a Lyft ride.
A black man pleaded for his life Friday as cops put a knee to his neck, punched him in the face, and the circumstances preceding the altercation are shocking.www.tmz.com
I have read elsewhere that in Georgia, nobody is obligated to show ID unless performing an act requiring a license or ID. A passenger does not need to show ID, so there is no justification for anything that took place subsequently. Cops pull over black people all the time for ordinary infractions, like a taillight out, and it ends up like this. Cop was fired already.
Let's wait to see what the cop's bodycam or dashcam shows between the traffic stop and the beating. For a second car to be on the scene at the start of this clip indicates this confrontation had been taking place for a while already.Well the guy is still fighting the officer...
The actions of the cop speak for themselves. One's brain may draw different conclusions of what the eyes see.I see no mention anywhere of what initiated all of this.
Only a video.
So we do not know what happened
Nothing is Substantiated.
COPS DONT OPERATE LIKE THAT WHERE I LIVE.For all to know my job is in Clayton county near an area called Forest Park. The police in the area are very quick to pull you over and has a reputation for being aggressive.
They mostly just want to give you a ticket for revenue or they are looking for someone.
They said on the today show he was being held on outstanding warrants.It looked to me like the passenger was resisting arrest and was combative. Granted he should of never of been asked out of the car but somehow this whole thing went south.
This is 2nd chapter to be learned. There is very first chapter these folks need to learn is to abide by traffic laws. Just don't invite police's attention to get pulled over in the first place.When are these folks gona learn, don't fight the police, they will hurt you.
We don't know the whole story. Police could have had a report of an incident or wrong doing.Haven't seen any talk on UP about this incident in Georgia a couple days ago. Apparently a Lyft driver was pulled over and the pax refused to show ID, so the deputies beat him unconscious.
Extremely risky job being a policeman. Between getting shot or shanked, now you have to worry about getting infected with Covid 19. As you can see, the cop is not wearing a mask.
Every state is different.If they ask for id during an investigation you have to show an ID period. It's the law.
Do not think you can't get away with not providing an ID during a traffic stop.
Even if you think you are right show the ID.