Cotati, California Cops Enter Disabled Vet's Home, Taze Him in Front Of His FamilyChris | InformationLiberation
May. 14, 2013
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Via TheRetrosoldier on YouTube:
These officers do not believe in the Constitution or the rights it protects...Here's his latest comment:
Good day, I am the cameraman. I am an unemployed disabled veteran from Afghanistan. My wife is a preschool teacher. The third person is a family friend. Our day started with our only car breaking down while taking my wife to work. We just received our tax refund on Tues. and had planned to get it repaired that weekend. When my wife returned home, we discussed the car situation. I proposed getting a new vehicle with the refund rather than repair this problem child of a vehicle. My wife disagreed.It's clear from the video the cop used his taser as a tool of "pain compliance" rather than a tool of self-defense. I don't know what triggered the call, so I don't know if I can say whether or not the seemingly warrantless entrance was justified (at least according to the state's laws).
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