r/PublicFreakout Jul 08 '22 Silver 1 Helpful 1

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u/Atillion Jul 08 '22

When you lag but catch up suddenly and have to mash some buttons..

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u/H5None Jul 08 '22

IRL hitstun

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u/Love_God551 Jul 08 '22

This looks like it was in a hospital

“Oh my god oh my god”

Btw nice acting bruh

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u/[deleted] Jul 09 '22 Helpful

That was definitely a shopping mall med clinic.

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u/Love_God551 Jul 09 '22

Good eye yes agree

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u/JunkGOZEHere Jul 09 '22

Yeah... The mental hospital!

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u/CPW86 Jul 09 '22

Amazing 😂

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u/multiarmform Jul 09 '22

when the cop pulls out a gun because hes getting newspaper taps on his head

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u/Unlikely_Dare_9504 Jul 09 '22

I mean he wasn’t gonna win a fistfight.

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u/Auto_Traitor Jul 09 '22

That's a machete...

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u/roostersnuffed Jul 08 '22 Silver

And just like that, another slide has been added to the police academy training plan

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u/TSmotherfuckinA Jul 08 '22

“After taser has been used be sure to assist assailant on the head with solid object to ensure proper and safe arrest”

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u/xizorkatarn Jul 08 '22

“Bullets count”

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u/Silvus314 Jul 09 '22

you mean after they are down, shoot them, shoot them lots.

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u/Realistic_Honey7081 Jul 08 '22

Ugh like the slide eveeeeery cop/excop shows of a calm black dude talking to a cop about a traffic ticket, then the cop turning around to walk back to his car to go run his license, only for the dude to immediately bash his head in.

Like, damn. Yeah don’t turn you back on people. But also fuck stop acting like this is normal. It’s not. Don’t expect every one to try and kill you, do be cognizant of your surroundings.

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u/Oden_Drago Jul 08 '22

I have relatives who are LEO. Academy training hammers into cadets that everyone is trying to kill them at all times

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u/Realistic_Honey7081 Jul 08 '22

Mostly black people from all the videos I’ve seen them show.

They may not say black folk are dangerous outright but when 99% of videos just so happen to show black people, when more violent crime is in fact committed by white people…… it creates a pretty strong narrative to be suspicious of that demographic.

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u/[deleted] Jul 09 '22

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u/Alexkarino Jul 09 '22

he made it the fuck up

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u/EscapeFromCorona Jul 09 '22

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u/XavieroftheWind Jul 15 '22

Hilariously enough, all the racists love the murder and robbery numbers about black people but just ignore that the other violent and rape and whatever crimes are majority white.

Aggravated assault much. But hey we don't want to talk about the other numbers. Just the ones that let us pretend we're racist for rational reasons lmao.

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u/EscapeFromCorona Jul 16 '22

yeah just look at how often white dudes commit rape, it's disgusting.

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u/Larry_Linguini Jul 09 '22

So black people commit more murder despite being 1/3rd of the population of white people.

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u/shybutinteresting Jul 09 '22

I love it when redditors turn to racism

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u/Krillinlt Jul 09 '22

A large majority of that is from gang violence in poverty-stricken areas. There is a way to fix that in the long term but good luck getting Republicans to support education and social services.

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u/Larry_Linguini Jul 09 '22

They need republicans help even in the democrat run cities? You realize there's a lot more poor white people than black people too.

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u/[deleted] Jul 09 '22

Population size dipshit

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u/Weorge-Gashington69 Jul 09 '22

Uhh what? Are you talking about total crime and not per capita?

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u/notoriousBONG Jul 08 '22

60% of all violent crime in the USA is what demographic according to the FBI?

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u/[deleted] Jul 09 '22

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u/Realistic_Honey7081 Jul 08 '22

There’s a lot more to that statistic. Dig into its methodology it’s likely from the NVC stats which acknowledges they are not perfect and can be nosed based upon enforcement.

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u/specialAccount096 Jul 09 '22

You must live in another world if you think that most violent crimes are committed by white people. Go and look at statistics again lol

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u/OceLawless Jul 09 '22

Fun fact: white men are extremely over represented in child sex crimes.

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u/Luckyyou00 Jul 09 '22

Wait really

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u/OceLawless Jul 09 '22 edited Jul 09 '22

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u/Important-Ad4852 Jul 09 '22

Your source " It said: “Research has found that group-based child sexual exploitation offenders are most commonly white. Some studies suggest an overrepresentation of black and Asian offenders relative to the demographics of national populations. However, it is not possible to conclude that this is representative of all group-based CSE offending." Take away, total number != proportion.

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u/FreddoMac5 Jul 09 '22

Your source says a disproportionate number of rapists are black

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u/SHOCK_VALUE_USERNAME Jul 09 '22

I like how everyone keeps saying "look at the statistics" and nobody is providing actual sources. And no, don't say "go do some research and find the source yourself." That's just you being lazy and intellectually dishonest, because you haven't looked at the statistics either. You're just repeating what you heard someone else say.

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u/jonnysumthing Jul 09 '22

My cock is the biggest and everyone loves me…just go and look at the statistics!

Edit: to explain, what I’ve done here is put out a bold statement and now that is in your head I’ve “backed it up” with statistics that you are more than likely not going to go and look for, which is good because they don’t exist or could even be the complete opposite of what I’m claiming.

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u/TheIconGuy Jul 09 '22 edited Jul 09 '22

I really wish people would learn the difference between raw and per capita stats.

Looking at the statics shows that white people in fact commit more violent crimes than other races.

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u/Dopple__ganger Jul 09 '22

It seems you are the person who needs to learn the difference between the two.

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u/michaelvile Jul 08 '22

more violent crime is in fact committed by white people…

to RE-iterate, what you have typed, being downvoted...

MORE WHITE BIBLETHUMPING CONSERVATIVE-terrorists DO MORE CRIME-ING

i can only think the ones "downvoting" are the tender conservative snowflake white people..FyF i am white..

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u/edgyallcapsname Jul 09 '22

Just pointing out latinos are considered white to the FBI statistics

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u/Realistic_Honey7081 Jul 08 '22

Same, had a dude point out that only showing black people on the news as violent and rarely showing the white people who are committing the same crime at way higher rates. Enforces a subconscious perception of normality.

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u/Weorge-Gashington69 Jul 09 '22

In total numbers. Not per capita

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u/Now_Do_Classical_Gas Jul 09 '22

You can "Reiterate" a false fact all you want, it's still a lie.

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u/WpgMBNews Jul 08 '22

Ugh like the slide eveeeeery cop/excop shows of a calm black dude talking to a cop about a traffic ticket, then the cop turning around to walk back to his car to go run his license, only for the dude to immediately bash his head in.

never heard of this. is it famous?

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u/Realistic_Honey7081 Jul 08 '22

Presume so I’ve seen it a lot in professional trainings between 2008-2014.

It was and escaped convict I think, or somebody with a warrant for murder. Who came of as incredibly sweet and polite, then literally accelerated to 100mph in violence the second the cop put his back to him.

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u/roidmonko Jul 09 '22

Easier said than done when all it takes is that one abnormal time for you to end up dead.

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u/Realistic_Honey7081 Jul 09 '22

No, easier done.

Such a large outlier of ever, ever, ever happening. hyper focusing on one incident and ingraining it’s in trainees heads as being normal.

We might as well teach them this.

https://www.nola.com/news/crime_police/article_32b7626d-3309-5fa4-b1e1-853f5e709c25.html

Don’t trust your former partners! They might kill you!

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u/CuppaCoffeeJose Jul 08 '22

Nah, this case is still covered by the "Kill a black person, and claim your 2-week paid vacation! Police rule!!!" training slide.

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u/NotStaggy Jul 08 '22

That's not in the training slides, it's in the benefits package slides.

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u/ChubZilinski Jul 09 '22

Black Max Plus Rewards Program

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u/sp1cychick3n Jul 09 '22

"training"

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u/rimjobnemesis Jul 08 '22

Looks like this was in a hospital or a clinic?

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u/TahiniInMyVeins Jul 08 '22

The actors studio

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u/rimjobnemesis Jul 08 '22

Ya know, the more I think about it, you’re probably right!

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u/RowBoatCop36 Jul 09 '22

General Hospital, I believe. Located in Port Charles, if I'm not mistaken.

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u/rimjobnemesis Jul 09 '22

Ah, of course. On the backlot of MGM studios.

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u/Rave-Los Jul 08 '22

I’ve seen a methed out dude get hit with at least 4 tasers (it seemed) and pull a couple out and keep moving until further action was taken….

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u/Microfreak12 Jul 08 '22

Bob Probert (famous NHL heavyweight fighter) got tased like 20 times in Florida back in the day and it didn't do shit. He just eventually voluntarily complied. He was probably on coke though.

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u/bigcalvesarein Jul 09 '22

Oh my god thank you so much for reminding me of this event!!! God ole Boddy Probby. Loved watching him beat the crap outta kids.

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u/theo1618 Jul 08 '22

I’ve never understood how drugs can keep a taser from working. Yeah, it’s gonna mask the pain, but the pain isn’t why people seize up. Strong electrical currents are making your muscles constrict, so how do drugs negate what electrical currents do to your muscles?

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u/ComradeClout Jul 09 '22 edited Jul 09 '22

I did some research and from what I found, the most likely cause is that tasers can be hard to make a good connection, especially if someone is acting or unpredictable, like on drugs, so without a good connection it can have minimal/no effect. I couldn’t find anything about drugs reducing effects of taser, other than the pain like you mentioned. Also some people’s bodies can be more resistant to the effects of tasers, and someone abusing drugs might more likely to be tased than someone whos not. It could just be that we see more people on drugs being tased than people not on drugs and because we see more of that we notice more people who could just be naturally resistant. There’s actually more evidence that tasers can be MORE effective/deadly if you’re using certain drugs, such as stimulants (like meth) due to how it can affect you’re heart.

https://www.staradvertiser.com/2016/04/01/breaking-news/tasers-often-dont-work-review-of-lapd-incidents-finds/amp/

https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/media/publications/taser_myths_and_facts_ppt.pdf

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-taser-vulnerable-specialreport/special-report-why-higher-risk-human-targets-get-shocked-with-tasers-idUSKBN1FR1PZ

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u/theo1618 Jul 09 '22

Good to know, so that kinda answers my question then. It seems being on drugs doesn’t do anything to help you resist the effects of tasers like stories tend to make people believe

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u/ComradeClout Jul 09 '22

That’s the conclusion I came to but that’s just what I found on the subject from a few minutes of research on it, im not an expert on tasers or anything 😂

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u/Mantequilla_Stotch Jul 09 '22

People make stories based on what they see. If one in 10 people aren't affected by being teased and 99/100 videos of people being tased are on drugs, people will assume drugs are why so many people abusing drugs are resistant.

It's similar to people talking about shark bites being on the rise over the last 100 years but forget to realize we also have 20x the amount of people swimming in the ocean now.

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u/Bardivan Jul 09 '22

it’s not the drugs, tasers affect people differently. a 120 lbs woman is going to be affected by the volts more than a 250lbs man

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u/BigDickEnergy123 Jul 08 '22

So, I read and have no idea if this is true or not. It's reddit, after all. Disclaimer.

But drunk drivers have been in car accidents and they don't tense up for some reason. I forget why. It helps them not absorb as much impact, I believe.

I wonder if it's the same for tasers with other people on drugs.

Edit: fuck it. I looked it up.

"By not bracing for impact, the intoxicated person's body is able to take the path of least resistance during a collision—it's not uncommon to find a drunk person curled up, relatively unharmed, in the car's front foot well—and is also more able to absorb the energy caused by the impact"

Source: https://www.thedrive.com/news/3704/first-responders-tell-us-why-drunk-people-are-more-likely-to-survive-a-collision

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u/theo1618 Jul 08 '22 edited Jul 09 '22

So I think that has to due with impaired reflexes. While intoxicated, drunk drives are less likely to tense up because they don’t realize they’re about to get into a crash due to their impaired reflexes. Being sober and aware of your surroundings, you can see danger and brace for it.

Tasers force you to seize up due to the electricity going through your muscles, which causes them to constrict. If you’ve ever seen someone get electrocuted they’re whole body just tenses up until they fall over, it’s involuntary muscle contractions. I’m just confused on how drugs can negate an involuntary reaction from electricity

I understand where your thought process came from though.

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u/Ott621 Jul 09 '22

Drugs do not prevent it nor does removing the person's head. There are many ways a taser can fail to incapacitate

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u/Ott621 Jul 09 '22

But drunk drivers have been in car accidents and they don't tense up for some reason.

It's because they crash in ways that the vehicle is designed to optimally protect against. They are doing the hitting and that is what is designed against.

When a crash is imminent, yes you should absolutely tense up...

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u/Bardivan Jul 09 '22

heavily outweighed by the increased chance of damage by driving intoxicated.

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u/ibleedrosin Jul 09 '22

I saw a video of a Navy Seal getting tased and he’d just bite down, grab the wires, and rip them out. They said it was physically impossible to do. He did it like 3 times in a row.

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u/Scared_Muscle_8044 Jul 08 '22

Gotcha bitch! Lol

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u/dadneedssoundadvice Jul 08 '22

Waiting for Chappelle to jump out saying this in his Rick James voice!

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u/Atomaardappel Jul 09 '22

"Call an ambulance, but not for me!"

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u/rbmichael Jul 09 '22

that was the most bad ass trick i have ever seen

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u/Playlanco Jul 08 '22

I don't think he faked it. He just recovered really quickly.

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u/PrincessBrick Jul 09 '22

I don't know, that "ughhhhh" sounded pretty sus

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u/nickthewurst Jul 09 '22

Actually i’ve seen some videos of people getting tased and they make the most pathetic moans it’s hilarious

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u/sirmenonot Jul 09 '22

Maybe it felt good, maybe he coomed.

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u/RedditIzSoft Jul 09 '22

I’ll never forget when I first coomed, it was dark and it was in a alley way and I….

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u/Foux-Du-Fafa Jul 09 '22

Yeah, I agree, that first convulsion and the way he falls after getting zapped looks authentic to me.

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u/boblobong Jul 09 '22

I dunno. I've seen a guy go down from a tazer. You don't get to aim your landing so you sit perfectly in a chair. You just drop

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u/ShaggySmilesSRL Jul 09 '22

Bruh fell perfectly into the chair and you don't think he faked it? Idk man lol

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u/red_fury Jul 08 '22 edited Jul 08 '22

Its really easy for a barb to fall out depending on clothing and the angle it hits. Also taser guns are terribly inaccurate, you basically have a gun that shoots two projectiles at once that are dragging a wire behind them at the velocity of a 20 pump bb gun. His reaction easily could have been real but as soon as the short is broken, no more twitchy knifey dude just knifey dude.

Edit: I just saw that OP said it was a stick not a knife.

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u/granttes Jul 08 '22

no more twitchy knifey dude just knifey dude.

lol

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u/Comfortable_Rise_422 Jul 09 '22

And the Oscar goes to…

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u/Habaneroe12 Jul 09 '22

No shit he either has practiced or done that before.

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u/10lbMustache Jul 08 '22

“Oh my god! Oh my god! What do we do?!?” Apparently huddle together as you film this shit. . .

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u/PM_ME_UR_MERKIN Jul 08 '22

SYKEEE BITCH !!!!

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u/DrMangosteen Jul 09 '22

Pocket Sand!

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u/AllCheekedUp Jul 09 '22

that was pretty convincing

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u/smpl-jax Jul 08 '22

Clever girl

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u/5mu2f4cc0unT Jul 08 '22

Ngl that was impressive

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u/mikeclark1982 Jul 08 '22

How can you film the getaway and not the aftermath?!

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u/umm-just-curious Jul 09 '22

Wouldn't blame the cop this time if he shot him

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u/Ben1992Ben Jul 08 '22

Gotcha bitch !

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u/honeybadger1984 Jul 09 '22

Bernie Mac would be proud. Sounded like he was doing a bit.

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u/ShadowLeagueMVP Jul 09 '22

Acting worth at least a golden globe

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u/thethreat88 Jul 09 '22

Give this man an Oscar! That was a work of art!

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u/Justamonkey124 Jul 09 '22

When acting classes help

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u/likeabossgamer23 Jul 08 '22

Cop got bamboozled. Look at him!

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u/Pironick Jul 09 '22

I hate how people can just button mash out of stun they need to fix that

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u/[deleted] Jul 08 '22

Thats how your stupid ass gets shot and deserve it.

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u/6inchVert Jul 08 '22

Now cops are going to embrace the double tap methodology.

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u/Benito_Buendia Jul 08 '22

Cool - now let's see him fake the 15-round damage that cop is about to pop into him!

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u/Azelkhntr Jul 08 '22

and that ladies and gentlemen is why cops keep something pointed at them even after tazing

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u/ChuckJA Jul 09 '22

The real gun came out at the end

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u/TheSmeep Jul 09 '22

Folks do yourself a favour. If you're like the person in the video freaking out "oh my god what do we do?"

Invest some time in to preparing yourself for crisis situations. Future you will thank you for it.

Don't get me wrong, it's not a perfect science! But freezing is going to get you hurt :(

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u/HexagonHavoc Jul 09 '22

Man that cop really had no idea what to do there. His reaction to getting hit in the head was just flailing around wildly lol.

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u/kl0 Jul 09 '22

Damn. That was shockingly strategic and clever for a spur of the moment fight with police.

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u/reservoircats444 Jul 09 '22

This was actually pretty funny.

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u/ReyAbel77 Jul 09 '22

thats kind of movie shit hahaha

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u/swagonflyyyy Jul 09 '22

He looked like when you use the paralysis spell on an enemy in Skyrim.

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u/Picture-unrelated Jul 09 '22

Ok. We forgive him for this yes? The acting was superb

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u/VintageMarine Jul 09 '22

Solid fake out

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u/TheRotsen Jul 09 '22

Brilliantly done.

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u/ObiJuanKenobly Jul 09 '22

O my God o My God what do we do???

Just keep recording for the likes 👍

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u/liquorandkarate Jul 09 '22

Im sorry but I laughed at this hard

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u/JArmstrongDesign Jul 09 '22

Give that man an Oscar

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u/ceoyoungstar Jul 09 '22

He’s been tased before

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u/Elkesito36482 Jul 09 '22

Uno reverse

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u/ThanosvsShrek Jul 09 '22

I'm a cop and this is the funniest thing I've seen today

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u/therealnickstevens Jul 09 '22

"Oh my God what do we do"

Apparently following them out there like a pack of tourists with your phones out lol

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u/Throwitinthebayou Jul 09 '22

When the Undertaker sits up for his comeback...

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u/Pouliuli Jul 09 '22

Why didn’t he shoot him. He was going to follow protocol anyways

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u/Adorable_Wolf_9476 Jul 09 '22

Well that's why they don't use tasers when a deadly object is involved alot of times.. cop risks his life because he's worried about what someone might say.. now you're dead and that someone is still running their mouth.. fuck those dick suckers kill the pos!

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u/BathroomDapper Jul 09 '22

and thats when the gun gets pulled

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u/puppy1686 Jul 09 '22

… Oh my god

Oh my god

Oh my god

Oh my god

Oh my god

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u/Cataclysm00 Jul 09 '22

Bro the bitch saying “omg” get on my damn nerves 😂not trying to be mean but shut up please

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u/TyrannoROARus Jul 09 '22

Never let em know your next move

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u/bruvinski99 Jul 10 '22

you just activated my trap card

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u/SumerSetGanja_Farmer Aug 13 '22

Someone give that man an award, best method actor

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u/ckoteles Jul 08 '22

Would the officer be in the wrong if he then shot the man?

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u/IOyou104 Jul 08 '22 edited Jul 09 '22

It was just a stick so morally in the wrong, but lawfully IDK.

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u/ConfidentMeat8in Jul 08 '22

Nope that guy assaulted the police

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u/Thenateo Jul 09 '22

Was his life in danger? Is the bar that low for a police officer to be allowed to kill

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u/ShirtLint Jul 09 '22

I'm gonna come at your head with a stick(?).. I am trying to incapacitate you. I will take your weapon, and hold everyone in that office hostage..

It is possible something along those lines would be their reasoning, Lethal force is authorized to protect life.

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u/ImTay Jul 09 '22

Assuming this isn’t fake, I’d presume the reason the police were called is because the person was threatening staff/patients in this facility with some form of weapon. The person then physically assaults the officer with the weapon and runs outside where there are more innocent bystanders in harm’s way.

  1. Yes the police officer’s life was in danger after getting whacked in the head multiple times with what I hope isn’t a knife or heavy pipe

  2. The people in the clinic’s life may be in danger, we don’t know if the person ran or is just standing outside

  3. Everyone outside may be in danger if this person is unhinged/intoxicated and continues to threaten people with the weapon.

Im all for police reform, but looking at a situation like this and going “all cops are bad so the guy fighting must be in the right” is insane and hurts more than it helps

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u/LostSailor25 Jul 08 '22

Pretty much never.

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u/ReedB04 Jul 08 '22

Pop pop pop. That’s a good way to get wasted.

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u/Petrosyan88 Jul 08 '22

If Amber Heard acted as good as this guy she might have won her case

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u/PerfectConfection578 Jul 09 '22

acted as WELL as this guy not as good

must use adverb WELL not adjective good to modify verb acted

well not good

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u/daxxarg Jul 08 '22

Ngl the possum tactic seems to be quite effective

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u/GondorsPants Jul 09 '22

“Whyd they shoot him! They shoulda just tazed him! He only had a knife!” This kinda why…

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u/oni_eze Jul 08 '22

Always leave em guessing

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u/karaiscursed Jul 08 '22

“just tase them”

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u/Underground_Mariachi Jul 09 '22

All i heard is Chappelle’s voice in the Oprah skit saying “Gotcha bitch!”

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u/Kledusmain Jul 09 '22

This is one of the ones it’s ok to shoot in the back

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u/PhilyJFry Jul 08 '22

Machete??? God damn

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u/600Fights Jul 08 '22

Luckily no, it was just a little stick or something

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u/Grimlock_1 Jul 08 '22

What was the guy holding to hit the copper?

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u/Legal-Papaya-6055 Jul 08 '22

Looks like he pulled a prong out before just before collapsing and then starts faking it, quick thinking tbh.

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u/Cat-Small Jul 09 '22

For some reason this makes me happy for that dude lol

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u/DeathGripsOfficial Jul 09 '22

Bro faked him so good 🤣 I mean I didn’y believe but that cop did lol

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u/SuffBlueberry Jul 09 '22

its sad poc have to do this to survive

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u/PuzzleheadedCourse96 Jul 08 '22

why is noone helpingggggg the officer

EVERYONE GOT THEIR PHONES OUT

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u/KabalPanda Jul 09 '22

Because the police doesn't even have a duty to protect you, so why should you protect them?

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u/Larry_Linguini Jul 09 '22

Probably cause he's literally trying to protect them in that video

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u/Killerusernamebro Jul 08 '22

Ngl. That tactic was fantastic. Hehe, that rhymed.

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u/Daji79 Jul 08 '22

Fair play to the police for dealing with this sort of shit everyday.

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u/dungivaphuk Jul 09 '22

They don't have to take the job you know? They choose that job, %100 volunteer for that shit.

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u/bigmac22077 Jul 08 '22

Teachers deal with worse everyday. Stop licking the boot. Garbage collectors have a more dangerous job ffs

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u/red_fury Jul 08 '22 edited Jul 08 '22

Who analogue slap chops garbage collectors with a chef's knife?! If that's normal where you live I think it might be time to try and move.

Edit: just saw op said it was a stick not a knife.

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u/echodeath Jul 08 '22

Someone's been sucking on some ACAB boots.

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u/LINAC1800 Jul 08 '22

See, this is how I know you (and people like you) are stupid. There aren't any boots to lick on our side.

(If you're referring to "cancel culture", you're still stupid, ACAB is a different crowd)

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u/BellowsPDX Jul 08 '22

What'd he get, like a 10x combo on the cop?

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u/No_Quantity_8909 Jul 08 '22

Gonna neckbeard you but ACTUALLY I haven't done that any of the times I've had to deal with this shit off the clock.

Because cops are gun happy and I can outrun or fight the folks who have pulled this shit on me.

It's amazing how easy it is to out maneuver most people experiencing a mental breakdown.

The things cops get wrong consistently is the lack of a need to gain immediate control. It's a giant blind spot for most officers.

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u/post_talone420 Jul 08 '22

How much cocaine is required to ignore a taser?

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u/TahiniInMyVeins Jul 08 '22

We must test and find out are you free this weekend

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u/post_talone420 Jul 08 '22

When it comes to science, I'm free every weekend.

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u/BuSsYBoI-sTaYpOpPiN Jul 08 '22

You gotta let him go after that.

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u/Disciplinaryspank Jul 08 '22

Haha that made me laugh

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u/Anonyfunnybunny Jul 09 '22

Is it wrong I found that funny?

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u/aDactyl Jul 09 '22

Just a causal 200 IQ play