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May. 14 2009 - 1:20 am | 58 views | 0 recommendations | 3 comments

Cop Punts Suspect’s Head; High Five Ensues

After a long high speed chase and short foot pursuit the suspect decides to lay on the ground and give up. This is when the cop gives the suspect a swift boot to the head. Watch the Video courtesy of NBC. The best reaction you’ll hear in the video is from the chopper pilot….

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I know to most this would not be a big deal, a cop punting a deserving criminal in the head that is. No matter what the situation you just expect policemen to act this way. Either way, the policemen has yet to be named and the police chief is going to wait before he makes any decisions.


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    _Orko_

    LMFAO Maybe that was a move to stun the suspect until he could put the cuffs on.

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    That wasn’t a kick, it was an enhanced foot tap…

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    Understood it’s not a popular position, but the driver spent several minutes endangering civilians, wrecking property, and ridding himself of who-knows-what evidence / contraband, etc.

    A boot to the head after a high-speed, adrenaline-fed chase like that is unfortunate, but let’s please hold off on making this driver an outright victim and nothing else.

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