I appreciate your informed reply.Excessive force was not utilized to arrest him. Pulling him out by the arms is not considered a use of force. Officers have to move fast because of the “unknown” which is how we refer to the rest of the vehicle, before it’s been cleared and deemed safe. They then utilized the prone cuffing technique which places no stress or weight on the body.
Nicely executed. The knee is placed over the blades of the upper back shoulder and the officer is not forcibly applying his weight there; the rest of his leg is simply dangling.Knee is hovering over the shoulder, no contact is made with the neck, shoulder or back.
he would most likely wreck sooner than later. Not if but when.If he wanted to outrun the cops, he should have gone off road
Yep. People will do anything they can to stay out of jail. Except doing the right thing. Funny how that works.People run for a reason. Have you ever chased down a suspect that was hell bent on getting away? Once you corner a suspect, they make bad choices that can have fatal consequences for all involved.
Exactly. That is a life saving technique. Being able to successfully drag a 165 pound dummy over several yards in a manner of seconds is one of the many physical agility requirements for LEOs. If that Jeep were a manual and suddenly caught on fire ( ), that move would’ve saved his rear from the blaze ( ).Excessive force was not utilized to arrest him. Pulling him out by the arms is not considered a use of force.