KarmaPolice

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I’d like to see how this plays out. When I saw the video of that guy kneeling on Floyd’s neck it angered me to see the smirk on his face. I was confused how this was an acceptable way to detain a suspect.

However, I have read what he was doing was taught by his city’s police dept. on how to detain a suspect. If this is true, it throws a monkey wrench into my initial reaction. I’m hoping this is covered in the trial. I mean, if what he was doing was “by the book”…

its not true actually. he was violating policy

I mean, its a fair point you’re making, its just that the knee was specifically addressed in a prior policy change

I think it was even mentioned this morning, but I will double check. If it was “by the book” then he’d have a qualified immunity defense