Sorry it's not in English, but no language is needed with this one...
Sorry it's not in English, but no language is needed with this one...
Kick his ass, gotta love the fans!
Straight reputation management help, not a call center, but a real person with direct answers.
sometimes, it's gotta go down like that for cops to know...SHIT WILL POP OFF!!
Damn americans would never do this we too scared smh...i loved it
Last edited by GreenGoblin; 12-29-2012 at 09:13 PM.
Knowing soccer fans, im surprised nobody slipped a grenade into the cops pocket.
In all fairness, these were not cops, but rent-a-cops, private security guards.
Cop was doing his job, the guy was not handcuffed as you can see when he walks away... and for doing his job, some assholes put his life at risk. How freaking brave of them taking turns kicking that poor cop when he's out cold...
It didn't matter if you was a rentacop or cop the only difference that would have made would have been the the wording in the funeral eulogy
Last edited by GreenGoblin; 12-29-2012 at 09:28 PM.
So let me see if I have this right: At a public sporting event, some ass-hat fuckwad douchebag decides HE is more important than anything else.
The men who are hired by the venue, whether they are cops or security, do exactly what they are supposed to do, they try to stop him. They tackle him to the ground and he is fighting them. Anyone who knows procedure with a baton would CLEARLY know that the one cop who was using his, was doing it exactly as he was supposed to. He wasn't "beating" the douchebag.
Then, because we all know how retarded soccer fans can be, the rest of the douchebags in the stadium decide oh what the fuck, let's go and make it worse.
And everyone who hates cops decides they deserved what they got.
I've said it before, next time one of you cop haters has your mother raped or your sister mugged, at least be consistent and do NOT call the cops.
Last edited by loclhero; 12-29-2012 at 11:22 PM.
wow thats cool
I have watched the thing three or four times now and I have not once noticed that guy fighting those cops. I see a man who is restrained being punched in the head by a bully asshole.
The poor cop served as a example, to other cops "JUST DO YOUR JOB" he lucky he wasn't killed forget about him getting his ass whipped he could be getting carried away by 6 people.
Last edited by GreenGoblin; 12-29-2012 at 09:51 PM.
I do not like cops, but I do respect them. I think that is where most go wrong. You don't have to like them, but atleast respect them for the risk they take. They have kids and wives that worry every day because they may never see them again. And truth is, only a handful of cops are really bad.....
Last edited by 2011nfl; 12-29-2012 at 09:56 PM.
OK, to balance it out, lets see a pimp getting some...
lol this just made my night, thanks
Just watched it and both of them are at fault I would say.
Man running on the pitch - What the hell was he trying to do? It sure wasnt right.
Cops/Guard - They did their job but you could argue that he treated the man on the floor quite badly with the baton (you could say that he did the right thing)
And the crowd - that was uncalled for. No matter how bad the guard may have been, seeing him lie there cold on the floor wasnt pleasant. Crazy to see what a bunch of fans can do just when they see the opportunity to create a riot.
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But then you have those cops who think there above the law and can do whatever and say whatever they want because they have a badge these are the cops that I don't care what happens to them because most of them create the situation for them to be harmed.
If you look at the video, know body jumped on to the field until the cop on the right started beating the guy...he single handedly created the situation and it went down how it was suppose to go down the people reacted to cops treating someone unjustly and unfair.
I just can't believe what did I read here that some of you wrote
"poor cop", "he was just doing his job"
well I don't know if we watched same video, but that poor cop was hitting guy on ground holded by three others (clearly not necessary)
BUT was first when they had to run away barely even turned back to see what happened to his mates- he really showed what kind of person he is (real life hero)
Scew "poor cop"! What about "poor human being"............... Like I said, he may or may not have been wrong, but he was not risking the guys life. That officers life was threatened. Would you be saying that if the officer was your father? 2 wrongs don't make a right.....
Oh and for what it's worth, I've been the victim of some pretty outrageous cop behavior. A completely fabricated police report by two prick undercover narcs who had seen way too many episodes of Starsky and Hutch. Despite that, I can see the difference from black and white, good and bad etc.
There are absolutely some fucked up cops out there. I didn't see it in these videos however and I still respect cops until they show me a reason not to.
hhahaha nah that is too too comical, they didnt no what they was getting into, serves them right man. cops dont have no respect so thats how it will go down for them aswell.... too funny
"The cop was forcing this guy to comply. He looks as if he wouldn't submit to being handcuffed. There is nothing right with assaulting an officer for doing his job. The idiot broke the law by running onto the field then was fighting against the cops."
Wrong. The cop was being a little punk. Beating a guy with a stick when he's being held down by 3 other men is not needed in order to get cuffs on him.
Last edited by persona; 12-30-2012 at 03:02 PM.
Pure craziness! :S
I didn't feel bad for the cop, which surprised me because I usually feel bad for everyone. He was beating a man who was restrained and not fighting back. I can't stand people like that. They are abusers, whether they are cops or not. Chances are they are abusers in their every day life too. Last year I went to the supermarket and a cop had a woman pulled over in the parking lot. The siren lights were on so it is human nature to look at it. The woman was hysterical crying. I inched my way closer to be nosey because the cop was yelling at her and I thought that was not the norm for someone being pulled over and in their car. Well come to find out, this was the woman's ex husband. He told her that he was taking the baby for the day and he was doing it right then. She told him that they had to go out and it wasn't his day for visitation. Then he put his hand in the car and grabbed her neck. I got close and started screaming at him. She told me to leave because she was afraid of what he would do to me. I didn't care. I am a woman who is nuts anyway. And I can get very loud and my screaming was attracting attention. He got embarrassed and left. I talked to the woman for a while and felt so bad for her. The cop husband beat her up when she was pregnant. Nothing was done about it because the other cops stuck up for him. That creep needed someone to beat the living daylights out of him, which is a lot for me to say because I don't believe that violence is the answer. Some of these cops think they are above the law.
There was this one cop on the right (@ 0:22) and with his back to the camera, who is to be blamed for everything that followed... He was too animated when that first intruder was down and out. That provoked the crowd and gave back to probably some other cop who was just doing his duty. Cops should never become too animated at least when they are dealing with sports fans unless there is a mob that becomes uncontrollably violent and lives are threatened. I feel pity for the poor cop that went down under the kicks and fury of the mob because of that first cop... IMO.
The cops should also be given jersey numbers like the players so that they have the fear of identification and suspension from duty if found guilty in a post-incident inquiry. At 0:42, that fcuking cop is seen moving out of the bottom right of the screen... he should have been the only one to be thrown under the crowd when they entered the scene.
Cops, they shouldn't be using that kind of beating on a fan -- any sports fan. That kid was on the field and the cops got him down. That should have been the end until the smart-a$$ cop began hammering the fan needlessly. There were 4 of those well-trained cops, and they just needed to stay on top of the fan for a little while more -- calmly.
They could have then taken the fan out of the stadium and slapped some law on him if needed.
Last edited by srb888; 12-30-2012 at 10:01 PM.