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Analysis posted Jan 23 2012, 11:59 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Man Walks Up & Punches Cop Making Arrest

Chris | InformationLiberation


A man in Baltimore, Maryland is being arrested by two cops, out of nowhere a random onlooker, who has since been identified as 40-year-old Manuel Imel, walks up to one of the cops and tries to deck him in the face.

The two cops manage to bring the man to the ground, when a third officer shows up, he viciously kicks the restrained man in the head, then punches him repeatedly in a fit of violent rage.

After the man gives up, the cop who was originally attacked gets up and threatens to pepper spray the man who is videotaping the whole event, as well as other shocked onlookers.

It's not clear what motivated the man to attack the officer, could it have been a response to a perceived injustice?





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Anonymous

Posted: Jan 24 2012, 10:32 AM

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98252 this will happen more and more...........
tjones

Posted: Jan 24 2012, 12:35 PM

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17371 I'll put money down that the attacker is another cop.

Watch from the 30 second mark. He's walking across the street, away from the action. Crosses the street, then comes kitty corner into the fight. That means, he was already in the vicinity of the action, crossed the street, then came at the action in front of the rolling camera. Coincidence? Why would he walk by the confrontation, across the street, then back, to get involved?

Second, look at the way the other cops react. NO WAY IN HELL, would the black cop just react the way he did! NO WAY! In a real situation, he would have had his taser and/or gun out, and been beating the hell out of the attacker. Same with the cop on the ground. He acts like he's scratching at the attackers eyes, but isn't doing ANY damage. Bullshit. A trained officer, would be able to take that situation down.

Third, look at how fast the attacker gives up, and the way all of the cops react. The Asian Cop is more worried, and aggressive toward the camera man, than he is against the attacker. Why? Maybe because they don't want too close up of a shot on the situation.

Lastly, go frame by frame from 36 seconds to 40 (I couldn't figure out how to do it). There's a silver flash on the attackers right waist band, that looks like it could be a badge of some sort.

All of this, and it doesn't even include how the attacker went after the cop. It was painfully obvious that the attacker wasn't trying to hurt the cop. Look at it closely. The attacker, misses intentionally with his wild swing, and immediately goes to a wrestling stance. Again, no way.

This all screams as a setup. Why? Don't know. But look closely, and use your common sense. Especially when it comes to how the other cops reacted. There was very little urgency, nor aggression being used. Even cops 30 years ago would have reacted much more aggressively.

Setup. Crystal Clear to me.
Chris

Posted: Jan 24 2012, 2:21 PM

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I really doubt that is the case, the man has been identified and he has a criminal record:

"A search of court records finds Imel has an extensive criminal record with arrests for drug possession, assault and domestic violence."
http://wbal.com/article/85134/2/template-story/Man-Arrested-For-Attacking-Officer-Incident-Caught-On-Video

Did you see how forcefully the asian cop kicked him in the head, did you see the look of furor on his face? I don't know if I've ever seen a look of such rage before.
L.S.

Posted: Jan 24 2012, 7:29 PM

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It's a con.

@Chris: "A search of court records".... "court records," from a government that rewrites history? Next.

....."criminal record with arrests for drug possession, assault and domestic violence."
Clearly, he and the cops were friends.

The asian cop.... ? I'm sorry, I only saw the kid that everyone used to pick on in high school.

"look of rage...?" That was a look all-right, but I wouldn't define THAT look as rage; perhaps, bad acting?

Chris, if I didn't know better, I'd say that you're intentionally misleading the commentary. Good thing that I KNOW better...

Cops vs. citizens, looks like a script for more war.

Anonymous

Posted: Jan 24 2012, 7:44 PM

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17371 I showed this to 2 local sheriff's about an hour ago, and they both said the same thing...."setup". I told them your comment about the Asian Cop and they said: "asian cop used the bottom of his shoe, not the toe. No way in hell a cop would react in that way." They also both said, the reaction from the other police was way too muted.

Chris, you're a smart dude. I know that. But have you studied police tactics? If so, you would know that NONE of the reactions were what should have taken place. The cop on the ground was making VERY little attempt/effort to get out of the grasp. And the other cops were extremely tentative.

One of the Sheriff Deputies said this:

"Think about how YOU would have reacted if a buddy of yours was attacked in that manner. Then think about a COP. Would you go so half assed into the melee'? And if you would have reacted like the cops did in this video, how do you think COPS would have reacted if their partner was being attacked?"

They're both family friends, and both members of Oath Keepers. They both said that there's a chance the attacker isn't a cop. But he could be a "friend of the force" that was instructed to do the deed.



tjones

Posted: Jan 24 2012, 7:45 PM

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17371 sorry, that last post was from me, I forgot to add my name.

BTW: I live in N. VA, and the Sheriff were from a local County Sheriff's Dept. Loudoun County to be exact.
L.S.

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 12:25 AM

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tjones, What is this Oath Keepers that you write of? You should explain it, because clearly, I'm in the dark here.
L.S.

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 3:36 AM

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@tjones, If they don't know who is working for them, what if they forget to pay someone? That's the problem with Government, everyone is dispensable. And who are you going to run and tell, when they forget your paycheck (really soon)? Nobody. You can't, who would believe you?

I feel a little sad for you....I'm sorry. But that's the difference, I can actually feel something for you. I will like you much more "really soon." It sucks because you know I'm right.



tjones

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 4:56 AM

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17371 LS: Oath Keepers, is an organization of current and past members of any government agency that has sworn an oath, to Uphold The Constitution for the people of the US. This could mean active, inactive, reserve, retired, Military and/or Police. I'm actually not sure if any of the other agencies (Secret Service, FBI, etc....) actually pledge an oath.

As for you second post: I have no idea what you're talking about.
Chris

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 5:06 AM

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Quite an elaborate setup to run IMO. This news report says: "Police say the two men appear to know each other."

Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be any more recent articles to confirm if that is the case.

http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2012/01/12/man-in-viral-video-of-baltimore-police-officers-attack-arrested/

I could maybe possibly see if the guy was some 'informant' it being some sort of setup, but it just seems too elaborate and pointless honestly, did they know someone was going to film it all?
Chris

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 5:16 AM

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I do agree the police were acting quite foolishly, the part where he's trying to gouge the guy's eyes was odd, though I don't think your average policeman is some trained UFC fighter, to say the least. I commend them for not executing him though, also for letting the other guy go, who they did eventually catch. This man wasn't so fortunate: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJmvhDbgxlk
L.S.

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 12:43 PM

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@Chris, sometimes we get so wrapped up in Government, we start doubting ourselves, and trusting them. They cannot help you, just like they can't help me. The reality that they feed us through t.v. doesn't match the conditions they've created in real life; killing the poor, starving the third-world, and so on.... But they tell us, that if we'll just trust them long enough, that they can fix all the problems. They are holding on, by any means possible, to something that they've already lost. And people, good people, such as yourself, can get caught in their con. Remember Chris, we're on a need-to-know-basis, and that's what YOU are missing. Maybe YOU NEED to take another look for yourself.

tjones

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 5:53 PM

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17371 Chris,

It's a hard one to gage, really. Elaborate is true, but not too much. I've seen weirder things. Being as the area of Baltimore this took place in, it could have been to incite the locals into reacting. It's very common practice in Baltimore, and even more common in that part of Baltimore. The more chaos they can create, the more clamping down they're able to deliver. And that area's constantly looking for more Fed money, and if they can show they need more help, they will.

Neither here nor there really. It is what it is. And either way, we ARE going to be seeing more citizens reacting against the police force. Unfortunately, it's going to get really ugly before it gets better.

Keep up the GREAT work Chris!!!!
L.S.

Posted: Jan 25 2012, 8:52 PM

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@tjones, I don't think average citizens, are just going to start attacking cops, that's not the way it works. These cops, just like their attacker, are someones children. I don't know why they "can't see," that what they're doing is not helping, but, hurting, humanity. I know I'd never attack a cop, (they have guns) but, they also have families that love them. Those cops probably have children of their own, and why, would anyone in their right mind, not realize this? Hurting people with more hurt, it just doesn't make any sense.

I can tell you this, when you start doubting something, you should KNOW SOMETHING is wrong. And this Government b/s... If they haven't gotten it right by now, they won't. TIME and again, they've been wrong.

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