Cop Fired for Slamming This Woman's Body Into a Car (VIDEO)

policeSo, here's something rather unpleasant and uncalled for. A cop from Pensacola, Florida recently was caught on camera slamming a young woman into her car after he pulled her over after a hit and run. Supposedly, the woman wouldn't stay in her car, so the cop, you know, kept slamming her body into the car. Nice, right?

But, hey, the good news is he got fired.

 

 

 

I don't understand. I mean, you can clearly hear the woman say: "You don't have to hit me. I'm not fighting you." So why is he fighting her? I'm not sure what exactly happened prior what we see on the video, but the woman is clearly cooperating here. This violence is totally uncalled for.

Now, don't get me wrong, cops are great and I love them and this is totally not an anti-law enforcement post, so don't get it twisted, but! I think we've all seen one too many videos of police officers using unnecessary force on people in our day -- on men or women. Enough already. It's a ridiculous abuse of power, and odds are, you're going to get caught. We get it, you're the boss. Now just stop already. Can't we all just get along?

How unnecessary is this?


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Elena Duran

What an asshat! My goodness, it no wonder people dislike police. The worst thing is only a handful of cops are like this but its all we seem to hear about.

banan... banana-bear

You're wrong, cops are not great. In general, cops SUCK. Good cops are few and far between. What he did to her was despicable.

tuffy... tuffymama

Fucking pigs. They're the first weapons employed in the war on our freedoms.

Geeky... GeekyMumof2boys

Now that I'm a mother & living in a pretty good town I find the police really helpful and kind... Some of them are really cute too! But when I was 13 and living in a group home I was beat up by a police officer and actually got a concussion. It's something that's always stayed with me because I felt so powerless. I was literally getting picked up by my hoodie around my throat & THROWN, carried down the hall away from the other kids then beat on. Back then I thought police could do that.... Wish I had known I could've gotten him fired. And the other officers who witnessed the tail end of it and eventually did stop him and block him from coming at me again too.... I mean yes they stopped him but they didn't report him.

Geeky... GeekyMumof2boys

Now that I'm a mother & living in a pretty good town I find the police really helpful and kind... Some of them are really cute too! But when I was 13 and living in a group home I was beat up by a police officer and actually got a concussion. It's something that's always stayed with me because I felt so powerless. I was literally getting picked up by my hoodie around my throat & THROWN, carried down the hall away from the other kids then beat on. Back then I thought police could do that.... Wish I had known I could've gotten him fired. And the other officers who witnessed the tail end of it and eventually did stop him and block him from coming at me again too.... I mean yes they stopped him but they didn't report him.

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