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Arrest of Diabetic Man In Nevada

The rough arrest of diabetic Adam Greene by Nevada Highway Patrol and Henderson Police officers was captured on dash cam. Greene received a nearly $200,000 settlement from both agencies.

February 09, 2012

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thomas @ 2/9/2012 4:26 PM

Ah yes look at the Beta's demonstrate how not to take control of a situation. Watch as a Beta runs in to kick a defenseless man. Yep keep screening out those Alpha types these betas are so much better. Betas are fear biters. When will you learn.

BW @ 2/9/2012 6:37 PM

After watching several videos like this, one thing has become apparent: If there are multiple officers trying to contain a subject, do not kick and punch the subject - especially in the face. I'm not sure why people still struggle with this notion.

Sheriff John @ 2/9/2012 6:45 PM

The Nevada Highway Patrol has paid a heavy price for poor training. The officer doing the kicking needs about 60 days on the beach to reflect upon his transgressions. 60 days beats getting fired or charged with felonious assault. How can any cop be so damn stupid as to beat someone or kick them during an arrest knowing the are being video taped? They wouldn't last long in Los Angeles.

randy @ 2/9/2012 7:56 PM

The Officer that did the kicking needs to be fired and all there suspended for not stopping him!

Greg @ 2/10/2012 12:18 AM

I must have missed the in-service where we were taught to repeatedly kick a suspect in the head with a boot. And the officer in question is a Sergeant!!! That officer should be demoted, if not terminated.

Steve @ 2/17/2012 4:59 PM

Graham v. Connor. Same kind of situation, except SCOTUS found Connor acted within scope of duty for use of force. This is a landmark decision for LEOs.

Random @ 3/24/2012 2:58 AM

Thomas, I want to thank you for your comment. I had not thought to the sticking points for a beta personality. This is food for thought.I feel this will improve my training.

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