Nuclear Iran, Reloaded

In the Reloaded version of my blog, I'll write about Iran, its nuclear program, its culture, and most importantly, myself.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Iranian-American Student Abused by UCLA UCPD with taser gun

An Iranian-American UCLA student was tased by UCPD. Read the full coverage of the story here.

Since the video footage starts after the arrival of the police, I can't comment on whether what the student did was right or wrong, but tasering someone and asking him to stand up, and tasering him again because he couldn't do so is "abuse of power". Specially when he repeats several times that "I said I would leave".

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PS. Watch the UCLA TV coverage and the comments by the Chief of Police. I just noticed that one of the officers asks other students to "Get back, ... or you'll get tased too.". This is also abuse of power.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a classic case of a set up to get publicity for the Mullah’s through thier agents, NIAC being one of them, watch other puppet organizations on Mulla’s payroll like IABA, NIPOC and IMAN to follow . I wouldnt be surprised if IAPAC , folks like Amirahmadi, Titra Parsi, Houghoghi and Babaie to jump on board. This is as free of advertising as it comes.

The campus police was wrong but they were lured into this by a very carefully planned conspiracy. Watch the details get investigated over the next few weeks. How come there was only one student recording? How come the recording did not start from the begining of the incident? Did you hear the student swear at the police? tell them fuck your patriot act? How come his attorney is a 2 time disbarred attorney who was the only attorney trown out of the Federal Court?
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah.. abuse of power.. right. Of course Mr. "here's you patriot act..." could have simply complied with the request that he move. And this entire episode wouldnt have happened. But no. See he's got an audience. And the opportunity to become a victim. THE most covetted spot in the progressive social order. So on with the performance..

One really has to wonder how it is someone so completely ignorant as to equate his much deserved ass kicking by campus security with the patriot act managed to make it into any university.

If there was fault to be had on the part of the officers involved. Its that they allowed this poseurs charade to go on as long as it did. A more experienced officer would have recognized the freak show political theater for what it was. Asked the whiney little priss once more to get up. Then just cuffed him and drug him out by his hair like a mangy dog. Affording him the respect he deserved.

What a pathetic demonstration of progressive, pedantics.

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