Originally posted by DeviousJ
...no, I'm talking about you saying 'she was struggling with the dog, therefore she was resisting arrest and they were probably justified in using what some may see as excessive force'
A person who refuses to submit to police authority, be it verbal command, a dog, or physical restaint is resisting arrest or at the very least obstructing government operations. That is a fact, and is not open for debate. I really don't see what you're trying to call me out on here. Are you saying she wasn't resisting arrest? Are you saying that even if she was resisting arrest that they shouldn't have done anything to her? I don't even think you even know what your argument is here. It just reeks of "cops=bad" to me. Tell me why my proposition is not the most likely
description of the situation.