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Thats some solid police work.
 

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The thud he makes when hes dropped :ugh: Just drags him over like a fucking ragdoll. Unreal.
 

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Considering that rear body kit... i doubt there was much brain damage.
 

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let me jam on this taser trigger while demanding your hands behind your back
 

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After a few minutes Runnels called for an ambulance but did not check on Masters, KCTV reported.
When the ambulance arrived, Masters was in cardiac arrest. He was taken to a hospital and placed in a medically induced coma.
At the trial Masters testified that the damage done to his brain during the incident could affect him for the rest of his life.
The Masters family gave this statement following the release of Runnels' sentence.
"While we are pleased that Mr. Runnels was held accountable for his actions, no one really wins in this scenario,' the statement said in-part.
'Two law enforcement families were devastated by these events and we all simply wish that day had never happened."


At the time of the arrest, police said Masters had suffered a 'medical emergency' and needed resuscitation.
But eyewitnesses gave a different account to Fox4KC.
Michelle Baker filmed the incident on her mobile phone when she heard screams outside and says she saw the Runnels Taser the teen when he was inside his car.
In a cell phone video taken by Baker you can see the officer dragging the teen's body to the sidewalk, then standing with his foot on the teen's back.
You could tell the kid was going into convulsions.
'He turned him over and his head was dangling like this and he had blood coming out,' said Baker.
Masters is the son of a Kansas City police officer.



sweet..

what a fuckhead
 

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the sad part is the police union will back him instead making these walking pieces of shits examples for every other cop that wants to go down that road.
 

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might as well stand on his back while he is in cardiac arrest too.
 

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I wonder how much brain damage the kid suffered. If it is something that the kid is going to be disabled the rest of his life, the cop should have been sentenced to way more time.
 

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wow^^^ read through that article... a lot more to the story than the video and other news postings show.
 

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tased kid's dad is a cop also as i posted earlier...

By the time the Masters arrived, paramedics were on the scene, attending to Bryce. They had him on a stretcher, ready to go to the hospital. The spot where Bryce was pulled over is suburban and residential, a paved road next to a manicured lawn with a public sidewalk running through it. But it was a crime scene at that point, with several officers there and yellow tape stretched to cordon off the section of property where the interaction had played out.

Matt was irate, screaming, “You bunch of fucking cowboys!” at the officers assembled to gather evidence. Stacy recalled pointing to one of the officers on the scene and asking Curtis, “Is that the one who did it?”

“He’s got his hand up on his car, his shades on, and he’s looking pleased with himself,” Stacy said. Curtis told them it was one of the cops who had stopped them earlier that summer. It was Timothy Runnels.
 

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wow 4 fucking years, those years will not be pleasant when the other inmates find out about his previous career and the crime itself at that.
 

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Matt peppered the FBI agents with questions during that first meeting, but he didn’t receive many answers. The agents would confirm only that there was a dashcam video of the incident. Both Matt and Stacy immediately wondered what it would show. More importantly, if there was no warrant associated with Bryce or his car, why was he stopped in the first place?
By Wednesday morning, Independence police released Officer Runnels’ search warrant application, and the probable cause appeared to have changed. Runnels wrote that he “observed the vehicle to have darkly tinted windows,” and that after Bryce partially rolled down his window, he “detected an odor of marijuana coming from inside the vehicle.” Runnels maintained that there was a warrant associated with the license plate, but FBI agents told Matt that the plate number would have provided details for a woman, with a different car, from a different county.


Matt called the FBI agents he met on Monday. “You see what’s happening here,” Matt told them. “They’re working it backwards.” Matt’s experience as a cop taught him that officers can sometimes write themselves out of trouble through exaggerated and self-serving reports. “Whenever you see these officers come out with a use of force, whether it be a shooting or a tasering or a whatever, there are phrases that always go in those reports, that we’ve been trained to put in there,” Matt said. “And so many times that’s just like an ‘insert quote here’ in your report because that’s going to cover your ass.”
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While I don't agree with Runnels actions what-so-ever...The kid should have got the fuck outta the car...
 

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talk to any lawyer and they'll confirm this for things like DUI etc, might as well just have a template and literally only change the name of the defendant.

Matt called the FBI agents he met on Monday. “You see what’s happening here,” Matt told them. “They’re working it backwards.” Matt’s experience as a cop taught him that officers can sometimes write themselves out of trouble through exaggerated and self-serving reports. “Whenever you see these officers come out with a use of force, whether it be a shooting or a tasering or a whatever, there are phrases that always go in those reports, that we’ve been trained to put in there,” Matt said. “And so many times that’s just like an ‘insert quote here’ in your report because that’s going to cover your ass.”
 

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Yeah sorry, I found that article myself after seeing the video. Seems like the cops were out to get this kid in that town and had already searched him improperly previously so he was told to ask for reason of arrest etc.
 

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Yeah sorry, I found that article myself after seeing the video. Seems like the cops were out to get this kid in that town and had already searched him improperly previously so he was told to ask for reason of arrest etc.
:werd:
 

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Yeah that's fucked up. You all know my position on the matter of resisting arrest but the fact that this has happened before and his parents advised him to do certain things, especially since he'd already been illegally searched before, this is all kinds of fucked up. Still reading that article and it just keeps getting worse and worse. At least the cop was convicted so there's some kind of closure there.
 

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wonder how it plays out civilly too, might depend on the long term effects but I see some M's coming his way.
 

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Yeah that's fucked up. You all know my position on the matter of resisting arrest but the fact that this has happened before and his parents advised him to do certain things, especially since he'd already been illegally searched before, this is all kinds of fucked up. Still reading that article and it just keeps getting worse and worse. At least the cop was convicted so there's some kind of closure there.
right there with you
 

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