interestingchap saidIn some ways kinda funny but what the hell was the guy doing stood there with his shirt off in the first place, its like being treated like a prisoner, I would have refused to have been treated like that, They have no right to do that and I would have threatened them with legal action if they had done that to me, total humiliation.
Does anyone else think the same as me?
In the US they are doing this to kids too, that isn't right at all.
It's not a matter of what's right. The police in the US can do as they want, very few restraints apply to them, very few safeguards for ordinary citizens are respected. A long string of court judgments favorable to the police prove that, most of them get off the hook. US case law makes the police nearly immune from conviction.
And when their city finally has to pay civil damages in the millions it happens years later, and the public has mostly forgotten the incident but actually has to pay the tab through their taxes. And besides, since a good number of them are nutty Right Wingers they welcome a good dose of police brualtiy & lawlessness. After all, they're not bleeding-heart libruls who care about citizen's rights, unless it involves the 2nd Amendment.