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Old 04-03-2014, 01:43 PM
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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

out of line...... no question. I remember me and my dad talkin about arrests and police protocol and they never go in like that, out numbered without back up....

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Old 04-03-2014, 03:33 PM
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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

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26-year-old Donrell Breaux asked the deputy why he was trying to enter a River Ridge home. What followed was recorded on a mobile phone.

The I-Team talked with Breaux Wednesday night.

When asked why the deputy was at the home, Breaux said, "I think one of the neighbors called them because we was cussing and cutting up on the porch."

When the deputy arrived, Breaux says he did not identify himself and tried to force his way into the residence.

The video shows the deputy trying to handcuff Breaux, and one can clearly hear Breaux repeatedly asking the officer why he is being arrested.

The deputy responded, "I don't answer to you."

Breaux says he was arrested and charged with battery of a police officer, resisting arrest and disturbing the peace.

Breaux won't suggest what steps should be taken in light of the incident.

"He was forceful but I'll let Jefferson Parish decide if this officer should be punished," Breaux said.

A spokesperson for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office said Sheriff Newell Normand has a copy of the video, is monitoring an internal review of the matter and when he has something to say about the situation, he'll do so.

Breaux hopes that's soon.

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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

out of line. he forced entry without a warrant or probable cause. hate to say it but if a cop was to force his way into my home (from what i saw, that's what it looks like) i would have taken that as a threat, unlawful forced entry into my home and i would have defended myself (shot his ass). a badge doesnt mean you can do what ever you want. good thing not all cops are like this.

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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

At this moment, with what I have seen and heard, I am going to say the officer was wrong. I would have like to have seen and heard what happened before this, though.

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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

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At this moment, with what I have seen and heard, I am going to say the officer was wrong. I would have like to have seen and heard what happened before this, though.
very true. i have no idea what went on before hand. if the officer felt in danger or felt he had a reasonable reason for acting how he did, then he would be in the right.

that very well could have happened and this video could only catch after that point.

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Old 04-03-2014, 06:34 PM
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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

Very much one of those "but what exactly happened before this" situations

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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

Anyone on here who knows me, would tell you that I could never be accused of being a lover of law enforcement. However, I think the VERY obvious and most important question is, what happened before the video started filming? Some of you guys on here are talking about him needing a warrant, etc. That's according to the situation.

Say for instance if before the film were rolling, the guy had punched out his girlfriend in front of the house and the cop saw it. Then the guy ran in the house and the cop went after him, at which point the guy tried to slam the door in his face, and then the film picks up there. In such a situation, you can see how the cop would have done nothing wrong.

Or one of MANY other situations that could have happened before the film was rolling. As much of a law enforcement despiser as I am, I would find it difficult to believe that the officer was just going door to door looking for someone to arrest, lol.

Also, take note that there is only one cop. If they were going out to arrest someone, they would have a minimum of two officers. Which also leads me to believe that it was probably a sudden situation.

Also, I can't shake the feeling that the guy is faking his reactions. He does NOT sound sincere. Way too much sir, sir, etc. And it just sounds like he's setting the cop up with some of the way he is speaking, such as repeating I'm scared, etc.

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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

Can’t comment either way
something just doesn’t feel right

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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

Cop could improve his verbal communication skills.

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Re: Did Cop Cross the Line?

Cops cross the line every day.

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