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House Party Arrest of Rutgers Student


A video taken outside a Rutgers house party shows a physical arrest by four New Brunswick (N.J.) Police officers of a student who had jumped on the back of one of the officers.

February 08, 2011
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Tags: Campus Safety, House Parties


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Michael @ 2/8/2011 7:27 PM

The only thing I can say is "Good Job", percentage of people today just think they don't have to comply with Police anymore. These guys knew they were dealing with Police. So, I guess they learned something new. If you want to fight, resist and jump on cops backs.....then you are going to get your ass kicked.
Hopefully, these jerks learned something from this experience.

Aaron @ 2/9/2011 12:17 PM

Good job officer. U dumb punk college kids need to realize if u fight the police ur gonna get ur ass kicked. The officers did nothing wrong. I do love the ignorant video punk saying "dude he punched him in the face". Interesting I couldn't see where he was hitting him, just that he was resisting and being told not to. Once the cuffs were on the officers stopped. Good work officers.

scpdblue @ 2/16/2011 5:23 AM

Good job my brothers in New Brunswick.I agree with Micheal and Aaron.

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