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Absolutely disgraceful. I note that the Exhibit shown in the article shows Officer Ramos' elbow being bloodied. I suppose that's what happens in an all-out curb stomping.
When Ramos informed Kelly that "[his] fists" were "getting ready to fuck [Kelly] up", does that not show premeditation? Aside from that, how can Kelly be called the aggressor after being faced with such inflammatory language?
Besides, surely the goal of the police force should be to subdue the suspect, not to turn his face into something resembling a side of raw beef.
Although I know it would most likely be illegal to answer the question, I would like to know how the jurors justified letting these guys off.
"You pirates"? Evidence, Mr. Blue? Or does innocent until proven guilty not exist in your world?
As for your point that Roscomnadzor was not attempting to evade the law - as with HADOPI, the employees at fault were acting as agents of the organisation - therefore, the organisation as a whole is guilty. Or does corporate oversight not reach that far?
Twisting goes both ways, and you seem intent on twisting our views to be those of "criminals" and "pirates".