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(Fox News)   Kick a police officer in the nads? That's a Taserin' and you'll scream like a 10-year old girl   (foxnews.com) divider line 176
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2009-11-17 11:21:32 PM
The article states the girl was to be transported to a youth shelter. Why did the officer tell the girl she was going to jail? Didn't he consider that would make her even more agitated than she already was?
 
2009-11-18 12:23:29 AM
Total parental FAIL. I hope they charged the "mother" for the batteries used.
 
2009-11-18 12:31:27 AM

So another kid gets to grow up with a realistic opinion of law enforcement. If the oinker was able to carry the kid to the car he didn't get hit all that hard.

i236.photobucket.com
 
2009-11-18 02:11:49 AM
Who screamed, the cop or the girl?

If it wasn't the cop, she didn't kick him near hard enough.
 
2009-11-18 02:15:40 AM
FTA: Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police.

So her mom called a police woman who called the police?

GG Associated Press
 
2009-11-18 02:15:55 AM
failness.com
 
2009-11-18 02:16:20 AM
Can we turn Arkansas into a parking lot now?
 
2009-11-18 02:17:13 AM
Gyrfalcon: Who screamed, the cop or the girl?

If it wasn't the cop, she didn't kick him near hard enough.


Would he be able to scream though? Wouldn't he be on the ground in a heap turning different colours and gasping for air?

And why don't cops wear cups anyway?
 
2009-11-18 02:18:46 AM
Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police.

WTF?
 
2009-11-18 02:18:56 AM
I don't think that we have sufficiently explored the fact that the police chief's name is Noggle.

...Noggle.
 
2009-11-18 02:19:39 AM
FTFA "her mother, called police woman, called police."......so, her mom is Angie Dickenson?
 
2009-11-18 02:20:15 AM
"Why did the officer tell the girl she was going to jail? Didn't he consider that would make her even more agitated than she already was?"

Thats ok, he had his electro-torture device ready. She just needed some education, those 10 year olds are mighty belligerent.
 
2009-11-18 02:20:27 AM
mother farking, this taser shiat is out of control. Its not a farking toy pigs, you dont just break it out when your job gets tough. Clearly, he could have handled this without a taser, like cops of ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh 5 years ago.
 
2009-11-18 02:21:50 AM
Poor article.

The much longer and more detailed article I read earlier today stated that the mother told the officer to use the Taser and that it lasted for no more than a second (I don't believe the second part, but whatever).
 
2009-11-18 02:22:44 AM
At'll learn ye.
 
2009-11-18 02:23:17 AM
rlv.zcache.com
 
2009-11-18 02:25:39 AM
I am just glad they did not splash water on her face, or GASP put her in the same room with a caterpiller, that would be TORTURE... this was just 10,000volts no big deal



// As an aside, this is what happens when your not aloud to punish children as a parent because CPS will arrest you, instead you get a bunch of out of control snowflakes....

//Spanking is a vaild form of punishment.
 
2009-11-18 02:25:50 AM
"She refused to follow her mother's instructions and the mother told Bradshaw to use his Taser."

WTF! I would have tasered the mother just for suggesting that her ten year old daughter be tasered. I hope both cop and mother get an ass-whupping for this.
 
2009-11-18 02:30:04 AM
The_Ancient: I am just glad they did not splash water on her face, or GASP put her in the same room with a caterpiller, that would be TORTURE... this was just 10,000volts no big deal



// As an aside, this is what happens when your not aloud to punish children as a parent because CPS will arrest you, instead you get a bunch of out of control snowflakes....

//Spanking is a vaild form of punishment.


This is what happens when you go to public school?

I keed

/went to public school
//agrees with spanking, giggidy
 
2009-11-18 02:30:28 AM
So what exactly was scary about that story?
 
2009-11-18 02:31:31 AM
liverpoolumd: mother farking, this taser shiat is out of control. Its not a farking toy pigs, you dont just break it out when your job gets tough. Clearly, he could have handled this without a taser, like cops of ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh 5 years ago.

Perhaps, but getting kicked in the balls is no joke. 10 year old girls probably think it's really funny, but I'll bet she wasn't laughing when that taser hit her.
 
2009-11-18 02:32:01 AM
Is Bradshaw a midget or something?

Was he getting wrecked by a 10 year old girl?
 
2009-11-18 02:32:09 AM
Person: The much longer and more detailed article I read earlier today stated that the mother told the officer to use the Taser

This article says that too, and Mom saying it's cool doesn't necessarily make it cool.
 
2009-11-18 02:33:40 AM
Epsilon: Perhaps, but getting kicked in the balls is no joke

The existence America's Funniest Home Videos says otherwise.

/I keed
 
2009-11-18 02:34:31 AM
Broken9754: Person: The much longer and more detailed article I read earlier today stated that the mother told the officer to use the Taser

This article says that too, and Mom saying it's cool doesn't necessarily make it cool.


"Shoot my daughter in the face!"


"...alright"
 
2009-11-18 02:36:55 AM
Well, this child is obviously beyond reformation. I hope she gets charged as an adult and goes to big girl prison.
 
2009-11-18 02:37:14 AM
Kids these days are always looking to catch a buzz...
 
2009-11-18 02:39:53 AM
www.iwatchstuff.com
 
2009-11-18 02:40:39 AM
ericbo84:
This is what happens when you go to public school?


No 3AM + Alcohol + Fark = Bad Spelling and Grammar
 
2009-11-18 02:46:07 AM
GolemGolem: I hope she gets charged

Well, that's covered at least...
 
2009-11-18 02:50:06 AM
FTA "Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police."


I must have read this sentence 15 times before I determined it didn't make any sense.
 
2009-11-18 02:51:55 AM
Sublime_Influence

The guy in that picture looks waaaaaaay to much like a cop in my town. Right down to the uniform.
 
2009-11-18 02:53:43 AM
myinternetname: So what exactly was scary about that story?

The fact that both of the adults involved exist.

I think that about covers it.
 
2009-11-18 02:56:14 AM
It's quite simple. Her mother, who happens to be called "Police Woman" (possibly on an online forum of some type, it's not clear), alerted law enforcement of the situation involving her daughter.
 
2009-11-18 03:03:38 AM
mmmmmmmDROP!: FTA "Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police."


I must have read this sentence 15 times before I determined it didn't make any sense.


That's okay, it's another well-documented misperception citizens are known to make as a result of a training glitch. I predict you'll awake feeling refreshed, read the story again, and realize it was you who made the mistake.
 
2009-11-18 03:05:59 AM
mmmmmmmDROP!: FTA "Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police."


I must have read this sentence 15 times before I determined it didn't make any sense.


I predict you'll awake feeling refreshed, read the story again, and realize it was you who made the mistake.
 
2009-11-18 03:07:36 AM
mmmmmmmDROP!: FTA "Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police."


I must have read this sentence 15 times before I determined it didn't make any sense.


Read the story again, it was you who made the mistake.
 
2009-11-18 03:09:25 AM
"Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police."

Editor: "Replace 'woman called police' with 'her mother called police.'"

Lackey: "Add 'her mother called police' before 'woman called police,' - Got it, Boss!"
 
2009-11-18 03:10:11 AM
mmmmmmmDROP!: FTA "Noggle said Tuesday that officer Dustin Bradshaw went to the girl's home after her mother called police woman called police."


I must have read this sentence 15 times before I determined it didn't make any sense.


The story makes sense and I feel good saying so. This was my idea.
 
2009-11-18 03:10:52 AM
ericbo84:
The_Ancient: I am just glad they did not splash water on her face, or GASP put her in the same room with a caterpiller, that would be TORTURE... this was just 10,000volts no big deal
This is what happens when you go to public school?


You missed a snark.
 
2009-11-18 03:17:34 AM
You know what? My mother was a cop, I grew up around cops, and I tend to support cops, but if you're a grown ass man who can't handle a ten-year-old kid without resorting to a Taser, you have no business wearing that uniform.
 
2009-11-18 03:33:47 AM
the problem is if the cop would have "forcefully" tried to put the 10 year old girl into the car, there would be someone trying to sue for something retarded "improper handling" "inapproprioate touching" who the hell knows.

nothing this cop could have done would have satisfied everyone. if you are 10 years old, you are old enough to know to respect police, not all of them DESERVE respect, but ill give them the benefit of the doubt.

Personally I'm glad the little sh*t got tazed, maybe next time when your mom and a cop tell you to do something you freaking do it.
 
2009-11-18 03:39:17 AM
Tasering is out of control, huh?

What is out of control is how much of a pansy society we live in. We're so quick to slap a lawsuit on anyone and everyone, police are trained that if they don't follow police protocol absolutely, they risk being fired and having a civil case brought against them. Today, usual protocol with dealing with a disorderly offender is to use a taser.

This case is no different from the old woman that was tased and made national news. As a cop, you learn not to underestimate anyone...or underestimate yourself. If you think that a taser is likely to do more harm than scuffle with another person, I doubt you have any experience with either.

The fact is: Cops user tasers to avoid damage to themselves and offenders, as well as lawsuits. Plain and simple.

And no, I'm not a cop. And I realize that there are bad cops out there. Bad ten year olds and elderly women, too.
 
2009-11-18 03:41:31 AM
Just so we're clear, which is better:

1. Tasering a 10-year-old girl
2. Beating a 10-year-old girl with a nightstick
3. Punching a 10-year-old girl in the face, really hard

#2 seems a little less funny. I'd want to see video of 1 or 3.
 
2009-11-18 03:46:42 AM
Let me get this straight... if a parent can't control their elementary-aged children, they can have them arrested?

According to another article, the father said she may have emotional problems, but this seems like either a mental health issue or a CPS issue, not a law enforcement one. And why wasn't the father called?

From a couple of other articles:
Ozark police said it is their policy to use a Taser on someone who is a threat to others, no matter their age.

The officer then carried the girl to the squad car as she could not walk on her own


... yeah. I think that's one of those policies that should be looked at.

/Not to mention a serious review of the cop that can't handle a 10 year old girl.
//Ugh.
 
2009-11-18 03:48:16 AM
He should have just backhanded the kid across the face!
 
2009-11-18 03:58:49 AM
themuze: Tasering is out of control, huh?

The fact is: Cops user tasers to avoid damage to themselves and offenders, as well as lawsuits. Plain and simple.


2/10 too obvious.
 
2009-11-18 04:00:10 AM
Poor policeman - if he didn't have a Taser I guess he would've had to use his gun or baton. Because heaven knows those 10 year olds can be mighty intimidating.
 
2009-11-18 04:02:20 AM
TommyymmoT: Total parental FAIL. I hope they charged the "mother" for the batteries used.

Not total parental fail. There is a child custody dispute between the parents (from another version of the same story). The father and daughter get along fine. The egg donor and daughter don't. I would assume there is a financial motivation on the "mother's" part to have custody 10 year old girl and the family court granted sole custody to the egg donor.

Seems easy to me. If the woman directed officer Bradshaw to Taser the her child, that's aggravated child abuse in itself. Have the court give sole custody of the little girl to the father and have the mother pay the child support.
 
2009-11-18 04:07:00 AM
GoshAwful: Just so we're clear, which is better:

1. Tasering a 10-year-old girl
2. Beating a 10-year-old girl with a nightstick
3. Punching a 10-year-old girl in the face, really hard

#2 seems a little less funny. I'd want to see video of 1 or 3.


How about none of the above?

If a cop can't handle an unarmed 10 year old girl they should not be a cop.
 
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