Reasonable Force – I don’t Think so.

This footage shows police arresting a serviceman who had served his country bravely in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was praised for his immense bravery and his commanding officer said he never let his comrades down.

After a night out on the defenseless war hero was brutally beaten by three police officers as the following footage shows: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgfuBgWVsV8&feature=related

It seems that this brave serviceman was let down by the very police whose liberty and freedom this serviceman has fought to protect. In short, he was physically beaten because of the democracy that allows the police to act outside the law.

Justice – give the ‘brave’ bobbies a gun and let them do a small tour of Iraq and Afghanistan. Then maybe they wouldn’t be so quick to physically abuse someone who has put their life on the line for them.

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2 comments on “Reasonable Force – I don’t Think so.
  1. This is staggering. With footage available of the whole incident, how can Mark Aspinall be found guilty of Police Assault and the 3 Police Officers not charged?

    I guess that as not a single Britsh Police Officer has been found responsible for the death of a member of the public in the last 50 years, that they feel pretty protected.

  2. Rich Diston says:

    I agree. This is another case of British Police brutality. The fact that the officer looks around himself to see who is watching before continuing the assault tells me that he knew he was doing wrong.

    There could be an argument that a more violent society requires more aggression from the Police, but that argument falls flat on its face in cases like this one. It also begs the question as to how many more people have been assaulted by this officer.

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