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u/laconicwheeze Aug 13 '22

Yehhhh. Knowing nothing about this situation I can confidently say that was a really stupid thing to do

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u/Mumrider Aug 13 '22

Yup, face spitting cancels all good will and respect immediately

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u/Alternative-End-280 Aug 13 '22

The police are not known for there good will and respect lol. It only canceled non violence.

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u/stephansama Aug 13 '22

Almost like a dharman video. Lady spits in the face of the law and instantly regrets it

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

Real question with regards to situations like these.

Why do people get mad when they find out what happens when they fuck around? Do they honestly think they should be treated more fairly than a person who was acting reasonably?

The reason I ask this is because you know people like this that start this shit will go around complaining trying to say some kind of shit like “I was a victim” or “this was brutality”. You spit in dude’s face, all bets are off. But that’s my two cents folks.

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u/lostandfoundwally Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

Entitlement. How dare you think I should suffer consequences for my actions.

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u/zed1207 Aug 13 '22

If you've radicalized yourself to the degree that you're screaming "fascist" and spitting in a cop's face, you're likely to have also plunged yourself into an echo chamber full of people who will validate that behaviour. The cop is then responding in exactly the way that echo chamber wants, with "brutality". This whole episode probably just reinforces their opinions.

You see the same stuff on the far-right, where being deplatformed or mocked by experts feeds into their persecution complex and anti-intellectualism, for example.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

People like that go in fully aware of their real intentions. They play the victim when their goal was to incite violence. Agreed 100%

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u/zed1207 Aug 13 '22

I'm not sure she's there to provoke a reaction, or anything as sophisticated as that. I think she's very angry and his passive response makes her even angrier.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

Well she didn’t elicit the response she wanted from him so she made him react by getting more extreme.

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u/zed1207 Aug 13 '22

Maybe. That's reading into the situation more than I'm comfortable with.

In either case, she got a reaction, and will now be outraged at what she almost certainly sees as police brutality with a personal story to reinforce it.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

That’s true, we don’t know anything for sure except that she did get him to react.

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u/lostandfoundwally Aug 13 '22

The thing is though, the left often don’t see this is radicalism. If we see someone with right-leaning views acting like this we’re quick to point out radicalism but this woman acting like this is just seen as her voicing her opinions and getting abused for it.

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u/zed1207 Aug 13 '22

I'm on the left. I see this as radicalism.

The left has its share of extremists who'll condone these actions. The problem with Reddit is it's easier to mainstream those views than it is for the far-right.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

No on the far right you see terrorist attacks and explosions with the left you see petty violence and protests and with the police you see dead black kids so the left is the most peaceful

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u/zed1207 Aug 13 '22

Right now, the violence is overwhelmingly committed by the far-right. But the far-left isn't inherently more peaceful; there are periods when far-left groups are very violent. You're limiting your sample for some reason.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

Name one left wing terrorist organization in America I can name like 5 right wing ones (not including the police and military)

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u/zed1207 Aug 13 '22

Why in America, right now?

The far-left has been a political force in the world for over a century.

I've already agreed that, right now in America, the far-right is more violent. What I'm disagreeing with is your implication that this is somehow always the case.

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u/vitor210 Aug 13 '22

It’s what happens when you grow up with over protective parents that cave to every single whim and cry for attention

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u/-LostInTheMachine Aug 13 '22

So. One odd thing you'll notice is that protesters often seek out police. "Hey look over there, a police line, let's walk right up to it!" What happens is they get radicalized online, and in their friend group and then they create a self fulfilling prophecy. In their minds they're fighting for a just cause, so any action against them is seen as improper. They become the victims of police brutality which they are protecting against. This victim hood carries weight within their communities and elevates their status within it.

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u/luckylurker1887 Aug 13 '22

The longer video has a really funny ending. Woman recording demands for a female officer to handle the spitter and a male officer asks the recorder if she just assumed his gender.

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u/Hot-Ad-6967 Aug 13 '22

Where is this?

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u/ShartThrasher Aug 13 '22

Judging by the accents, Japan.

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u/dukeGR4 Aug 13 '22

Oooo I was thinking India

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u/Nickelz34 Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

Welp spitting in someone's face cop or not is technically assault so...

I should edit my comment:

In certain areas of the United States spitting in someone’s face is considered assault.

What is an Assault in Texas? In Texas, the definition of assault is very broad and covers a wide range of behavior. Obviously, punching someone in the face or hitting someone with an object constitutes assault. But did you know you can be charged with assault even if you didn’t actually touch another person? For example, if you spit on someone, you can be charged with Class C misdemeanor assault. If you threaten to beat up someone while holding a bat, you could potentially be charged with a second-degree felony assault.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

It’s actually considered battery

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u/Nickelz34 Aug 13 '22

I stand corrected then I guess, still her fault

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

Yeah for sure, I just see a lot of battery being conflated for assault and they are legally distinct terms. That’s all I mean to bring to the table. Especially if you’re gonna go for the “technically”, you ought to be technically correct.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22 edited Aug 13 '22

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

One of the most common types unfortunately 😢

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u/turnophrasetk421 Aug 13 '22

Assault is when u use words to make an ass out of yourself

Battery is when u take a bat to someone.

This is how I remember the difference

Assault is the credible threat of violence

"I will curbstomp the living shit of you"

Battery is physical violence

Some states simplified things and dumped it into one or the other, other states kept the charges separate. It is also heard as assault and battery

Why¿ Cause most of the time a fight breaks out someone has verbally threatened some's physical well-being or life and then kicks the shit out of them. Hence assault and battery

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u/Guinnessron Aug 13 '22

Assault is typically when the ‘victim’ reasonably fears they may be in danger because of the assailant.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/GrumpyOldGrower Aug 13 '22

Your pro tips suck. Spitting on someone is actually and technically assault anywhere in north America and that technically would make this assault of a police officer.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/GrumpyOldGrower Aug 13 '22

Not at all an overreaction. The cop has no way of knowing if she has a communicable disease. This bitch is hyper aggressive and pushed it way too far. Some people need to learn life lessons the hard way.

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u/Arktayt Aug 13 '22

When someone aggressive shouts you in the face and than spits in it and you cant just walk away, because guess what, this man is doing his fcking job, what would you do? I understand you can shout police aggression to every fucking shit, but pls stop being snowflakes. She got herself into this and its a understandable action of the cop. And to the disease thing: I dont know what you were doing the last two years there is a very strong one out there, thats very deadly and some people give a shit, that they could kill with it.

Edit: Equal rights, equal fights.

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u/xxSuperBeaverxx Aug 13 '22

I don't then attack the person because I'm not a fucking psycho.

That wasn't an "attack", that was an arrest. Cop clearly goes to grab her and she pulls away, the second she pulls away then she's resisting, and that permits the officer to escalate force further to subdue.

I'm not a fan of police as an institution, but the individual officer here acted very clearly within the law.

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u/xxSuperBeaverxx Aug 13 '22

Yeah that'll happen when you resist an arrest. Regardless of what you think is morally correct, the officer didn't break any laws or department policy here.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/RenoBen Aug 13 '22

didn’t know the british has such virtue signaling fucks, you really defending some irate dumbass spitting on someone

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

It’s technically true under the umbrella term assault in the eyes of the law. While in actuality it’s just spitting in someone’s face.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

But your argument is about semantics not over morality.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

Bro you get spat on by someone and you react better. Heat of the moment in that instance with that disrespect toward you by someone. Yeah I’m sure you’ll keep your cool /s. You can’t even keep your cool in a written format.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

If you can’t sit back and objectively read how you reacted to other posters in this thread, then you are the example I’m making at this point. You have no self awareness.

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u/etlee228 Aug 13 '22

I hope the cops made the cuffs extra tight of her

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u/CommentAway2893 Aug 13 '22

He arrested her and rightly so. That's what happens when you assault a police officer. Personally, I don't believe you should be allowed to scream that close to someone's face without consequences, but it looks like he put up with it until she, intentionally, spit in his face.

Not sure what was being protested, doesn't matter. She tested the limits of her freedom and found out.

As RBG once said "Your Liberty To Swing Your Fist Ends Just Where My Nose Begins"

Also, defending this behavior detracts from and minimizes the real problem of police brutality.

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u/TheRedditHasYou Aug 13 '22

"You don't touch a girl like that!" dude stfu lol

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u/lostandfoundwally Aug 13 '22

Fucked around and found out.

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u/ursixx Aug 13 '22

The definition of ,at that..

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u/proEdee Aug 13 '22

🤣🤣 Silly cow.

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u/mb406 Aug 13 '22

He stayed calm until she crossed the line then BAM!

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

That's because he's a penis as in weak and anything make them explode

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u/mb406 Aug 13 '22

I disagree.

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u/_no_pants Aug 13 '22

I mean if someone spits in my face they are probably getting punched in the face, so I would argue that this guy is more restrained.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

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u/Westly-Pipes Aug 13 '22

Calling for violence. Just fucking ban this guy already.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

No I'm not everyone else is celebrating her getting hit by that bitch ass cop I'm just pointing out that cops are evil and shouldn't exist

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u/whowantstoknow209 Aug 13 '22

Go back to Twitter lol

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

No I kept getting banned and I kept getting called slurs

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u/whowantstoknow209 Aug 13 '22

Slurs on Twitter, alright 💀

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u/Der_Redakteur Aug 13 '22

Man got that hyper ekis drip beautiful equipments

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u/xxSuperBeaverxx Aug 13 '22

Barely resisting and fully resisting both fall under the blanket offense of resisting arrest. Whether you just try to move your hands away from the officer as they grab them or if you take off in a sprint, and go down kicking and screaming, they are treated the same under the law. Regardless of whether you think it is morally okay, I'm only saying that this officer didn't violate policy

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u/Strange-Apartment730 Aug 13 '22

What did she expect , for him to take the spit 😂

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u/Just_whyareyou Aug 13 '22

No you can’t be mad when you should expect retaliation from the officer.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

Well you should expect to be spit on if you want to be a class traitor

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u/Westly-Pipes Aug 13 '22

Here we have a violent extremist. u/billim_kraola

Advocating violence.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

So not wanting to feel occupied by a military style police state is violent extremism. Sorry I don't like the taste of boots

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u/Westly-Pipes Aug 13 '22

Cuckoo for cocopuffs.

You are a violent extremist dude. Absolutely off your rocker.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

No I'm not. What is violent by saying that cops should not exist because they don't stop crime they don't prevent crime they just steal from people and kidnap people to put in the prison slave system. you are so brainwashed that you think anything different is extreme

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

So not wanting to feel occupied by a military style police state is violent extremism. Sorry I don't like the taste of boots

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

So not wanting to feel occupied by a military style police state is violent extremism. Sorry I don't like the taste of boots

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

So not wanting to feel occupied by a military style police state is violent extremism. Sorry I don't like the taste of boots

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u/peripheralmiracles Aug 13 '22

Hope she got arrested for that shit

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u/p1um5mu991er Aug 13 '22

Can I go this far? Can I go this far? Okay...I cannot go that far

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u/Anatoly2 Aug 13 '22

The officer has been tolerating her for too long. I hope the revenge were tough.

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u/Lamarera8 Aug 13 '22

When privilege ain't privileging

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u/Red_Dem0n Aug 13 '22

He looks like a ODST from Halo.

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u/cclcybr Aug 13 '22

What could go wrong? :D

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

Fuck the police

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u/RenoBen Aug 13 '22

feeling really motivating by saying that huh?

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u/Ok_Bottle_271 Aug 13 '22

Fair enough the dirty dog

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u/mi_NO_bot Aug 13 '22

She deserves it.

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u/wootwoot7120 Aug 13 '22

Lol she thought that was going to be okay?

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u/Timely-Analysis6082 Aug 13 '22

She had that coming :/

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u/From99to2000YaHeard Aug 13 '22

Hope they messed her up

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/lostandfoundwally Aug 13 '22

You don’t spit in someone’s face. It’s assault. This is not some “woe is me fascism is oppressing me” situation. This is a belligerent protestor acting like she can do whatever she wants. I don’t care what you think of police, if you spit on someone you’re an asshole.

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

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u/lostandfoundwally Aug 13 '22

She was not beaten. She was arrested. That’s what happens when you do something unlawful.

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u/Billim_Kraola Aug 13 '22

Did you know 40% of cops say they have been spit on don't belive me look up "police 40%"

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u/Redoffline Aug 13 '22

Police officer??? looks like there ready for a Zombie apocalypse

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u/[deleted] Aug 13 '22

Female privilege being put into check lol