I didn’t really comment on the Mckinney,Texas Police Officer, Eric Casebolt, which had a teenage girl on the ground in her bikini. First they were at a pool party so that is what they wear. What might appear one way might seem another if you see another side of the video…in which I had.
Although the police officer seems a bit rough and excessive force, the girl continued to talk about after he told her to get down. Huge mistakes on both sides!
Let’s tell the truth, about how it is for us versus others. We must tell our children when they are in certain situations if you believe Law Enforcement has violated you in any way… Do what you are instructed to do…better alive than dead!
What can happen later could make all the difference in the world. In other words if there is questionable abuse of authority…. You can challenge that in another way ALIVE!
Allow Law Enforcement to go through his or her routine but don’t tell the Officer what you are not going to do and then call foul ball. Today, it’s unfortunate that we are already at a loss… When you decide you are not going to respect authority this really opens the door for more open hostility. Police Officers are suppose to come in peace but with the intent of pending danger in any given situation. If you think you are going to give a Police Officer the business…Remember this… You don’t know what kind of day they have had either! Stay respectful even if you believe they are WRONG!
I cannot express this enough, good cop or bad cop. Do what you are told and allow them to do all the necessary movement. Often times in the heat of emotions…Officers have no idea what you might possess so don’t give them a reason to think that you have anything that might be a threat to him or her! We must teach our children the protocol for when coming in contact with Law Enforcement.
My question is ..Can better relations take place between police and civilians?