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Seattle Officer Punches Teen During Arrest

Seattle police are investigating an arrest in which Officer Ian Walsh is seen punching a 17-year-old girl in the face during the incident captured by a cell phone camera.

June 15, 2010

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S King @ 3/7/2013 10:46 AM

A lot of teenagers are the product of not being corrected at home because their parents were instructed by a Health Dept of the U.S. that they must never "spank a child, OR make them feel guilty" about 40 years ago. These are the unruly, disrespectful young adults that now feel they own the streets and don't have to listen to adults. I have seen some of those where I worked and don't blame the kids, I balme parents who, when they enter a store, do not keep an eye on their kids, don't care what they are doing as long as they are not annoying them. I'm sure a lot of adults, in the performance of their duty to protect customers, protect products and see to the safety of the public, have often been tempted to strike a few of those kids who know that their parents don't expect them to behave or care if they don't. That is why it is so ridiculous that the govt. is expecting more parental guidance so that their police and military will not have to becme involved.

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