cop punches/slams pregnant girl 96 replies, 42101 views

$teve grove
8/28/2013 5:55:00 PM


i'd like to thank the officer for his brave and heroic work that day. otherwise, an under age, pregnant girl's face might have gone unpunched. without him she may have not been manhandled or slammed on her stomach at all that day. so kudos to you, officer.
Pollcat
8/28/2013 6:29:00 PM
I wish I could view the videos you post.
brian.
8/28/2013 6:30:00 PM
maybe its because this was filmed through a series of mirrors like you'd see at a children's museum, but what?
sidney
8/28/2013 6:48:00 PM
Is this the one from WSHH?

Can't see it on my iPad

If so the camera is all fucking stretched and woman was acting like a maniac and resisting the whole time. Probably didn't need to be punched but needed to be taken down....also she is fat as shit who could tell if she was pregnant or not.
Strange Dong
8/28/2013 6:51:00 PM
GOOD
smorgasgeorge
8/28/2013 6:51:00 PM
All cops are boxers
ass nipples
8/28/2013 7:07:00 PM
lol
$teve grove
8/28/2013 7:20:00 PM
apparently this happened in Rochester, NY to a 21 y/o Brenda Hardaway. I've read a few things and they list her age differently, but thats not really the issue.

"According to the Democrat and Chronicle, the officer shown in the video is Lucas Krull. The incident reportedly occurred after officers tried to arrest another person and Brenda intervened. Police claim that Brenda was arrested because she threatened to use a can of pepper spray on them, but her mother, Claire Taylor, claims that she didn’t even have pepper spray on her at the time. Brenda’s 16-year-old brother, Romengeno, who can also be seen being apprehended by officers in the video, revealed that his sister didn’t want officers to put her hands behind her back because she was six months pregnant and feared falling forward."

and

"So far there has been no word on what’s being done about the brutality demonstrated by Officer Krull, but Brenda has been charged with second-degree assault, resisting arrest, unlawful possession of a noxious material and third-degree menacing. Oh, and in case you were wondering, the police were called to the home by a neighbor who overheard a familial dispute.

“It was a family dispute and there was no reason for the cops to be there. They had no consent to be on my property. We probably could’ve handled (our dispute) a little differently,” Claire told reporters.

In a press conference regarding the incident, Rochester Police Chief James Sheppard praised the officers involved in the incident for the level of restraint they used. “I think if you watch the video what you do see is that all the officers involved used tremendous restraint during the course of this event,” said Sheppard."
$teve grove
8/28/2013 7:24:00 PM
Originally posted by: sidney

Is this the one from WSHH?

Can't see it on my iPad

If so the camera is all fucking stretched and woman was acting like a maniac and resisting the whole time. Probably didn't need to be punched but needed to be taken down....also she is fat as shit who could tell if she was pregnant or not.

yes, and sorry a film crew wasn't there with lights and a 1080 HD camera.

Originally posted by: sidney

Probably didn't need to be punched

the end.
Cumby
8/28/2013 7:32:00 PM
i liked when the other tiny cops showed up
sidney
8/28/2013 7:53:00 PM
I like how you use the statements of the people arrested and family members of what happened that day.

Lol

Also why the fuck would she intervene when she knows she is pregnant???

What a dumb shit head
InTheButtLikeWhat
8/28/2013 8:10:00 PM
None of that excuses the cop's behavior.
$teve grove
8/28/2013 8:20:00 PM
Originally posted by: sidney

I like how you use the statements of the people arrested and family members of what happened that day.

Lol


as opposed to posting the statements from the cop who punched a pregnant 21 y/o in the face then slammed her on her stomach on concrete? yes, i too a having trouble containing my laughter.
a national acrobat
8/28/2013 8:28:00 PM
if you watch it in rewind everyone walks away just fine
$teve grove
8/28/2013 9:03:00 PM
oh then it was totally justified i retract all previous statements
CANNIBAL
8/28/2013 9:07:00 PM
Trash getting treated like trash
yantastic
8/29/2013 4:23:00 AM
People need to understand that by the time the police arrive chances are that it's time for someone to be arrested, not time to become combative and try to negotiate.
WREN
8/29/2013 7:15:00 AM
I'm not excusing the cops behavior but I do find the comment funny about how the cop's shouldn't be there and that they would have handled their dispute themselves.

They do realize that it's the officer's job to respond to calls about potential domestic violence, right? Police, unless severely understaffed will investigate pretty much every call that comes into their dispatch center. Sure maybe it was a minor misunderstanding but the neighbor was the one who heard it and thought it was worse than it might have been. You cannot blame the officer for doing their job nor can you blame the neighbor for assuming the worst, even if it's mild for your particular family.
the cat
8/29/2013 7:53:00 AM
Originally posted by: $teve 3 $tacks

i'd like to thank the officer for his brave and heroic work that day. otherwise, an under age, pregnant girl's face might have gone unpunched

sidney
8/29/2013 8:09:00 AM
pregnant lady acts like a nut resisting arrest while cops are trying to figure out what the fuck is going then wonders why cops had to restrain her the way they did.....amazing

how about she stays the fuck out of the way and protects her unborn child?
Dianana
8/29/2013 9:28:00 AM
He's a piece of shit but then again, so is she.
pahulkster
8/29/2013 10:49:00 AM
Originally posted by: the cat

Originally posted by: $teve 3 $tacks

i'd like to thank the officer for his brave and heroic work that day. otherwise, an under age, pregnant girl's face might have gone unpunched

This, but without the sarcasm
$teve grove
8/29/2013 6:53:00 PM
obviously the 21 year old pregnant girl didn't handle the situation in the best possible way.

cops are not trained to treat pregnant, elderly or disabled people or children any differently than they would treat a healthy, strong adult male. which is kind of fucked up in general. in this situation, nobodies lives were in any danger and the cop, trained in volatile situations, should have been able to calm and restrain the obviously distressed pregnant girl without punching her face then slamming her onto her stomach.

if this was your wife/girl or mother/sister/daughter you would want the cop to use everything at his disposal to calm and restrain her with as little force as possible.

cue "but my wife would never put herself in that situation blah blah," you can't always choose the situation you end up in, and even if you could you have no control how someone else is going to react.

we hold cops to a higher standard and he should have been able to keep his cool.
yantastic
8/29/2013 9:17:00 PM
If this were my wife/daughter/etc I would be the one punching her for giving this cop a problem
WREN
8/30/2013 8:44:00 AM
The higher standard thing with police is a funny entity. They absolutely should be held in a higher regard because of their position and ultimate goal which is to "protect and serve". However, there are definitely instances, maybe not so much this situation, that people need to remember that officers are human and human nature can play a role in how a situation is handled. It's also that higher regard that seems to get the officers who go above and beyond the call of duty because "that's what they are supposed to do" but immediately get blasted everywhere when they mess up.

I just saw a quick news clip about an officer basically scaling a building to save a kid from falling 7 stories to his death. It was mentioned for about 30 seconds and then they moved on. But anytime an officer does something questionable, it's time to crucify all police officers everywhere instead of just that one particular person.
sidney
8/30/2013 8:46:00 AM
of course...it's the old "one bad apple...."