Call For Changes After Subway Fight Between Officers And Teens


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  1. OPEN A LAW BOOK AND READ THE LAWS FOR YOURSELVES!!! BET YOU WON'T FIND THAT DEESCELATION BS IN THERE, EVEN IF IT MATTERED.

  2. S 35.27 Justification; use of physical force in resisting arrest prohibited.
    A person may not use physical force to resist an arrest, whether
    authorized or unauthorized, which is being effected or attempted by a
    police officer or peace officer when it would reasonably appear that the
    latter is a police officer or peace officer.

    S 35.30 Justification; use of physical force in making an arrest or in
    preventing an escape.
    1. A police officer or a peace officer, in the course of effecting or
    attempting to effect an arrest, or of preventing or attempting to
    prevent the escape from custody, of a person whom he or she reasonably
    believes to have committed an offense, may use physical force when and
    to the extent he or she reasonably believes such to be necessary to
    effect the arrest, or to prevent the escape from custody, or in
    self-defense or to defend a third person from what he or she reasonably
    believes to be the use or imminent use of physical force; except that
    deadly physical force may be used for such purposes only when he or she
    reasonably believes that:
    (a) The offense committed by such person was:
    (i) a felony or an attempt to commit a felony involving the use or
    attempted use or threatened imminent use of physical force against a
    person; or
    (ii) kidnapping, arson, escape in the first degree, burglary in the
    first degree or any attempt to commit such a crime; or
    (b) The offense committed or attempted by such person was a felony and
    that, in the course of resisting arrest therefor or attempting to escape
    from custody, such person is armed with a firearm or deadly weapon; or
    (c) Regardless of the particular offense which is the subject of the
    arrest or attempted escape, the use of deadly physical force is
    necessary to defend the police officer or peace officer or another
    person from what the officer reasonably believes to be the use or
    imminent use of deadly physical force.
    2. The fact that a police officer or a peace officer is justified in
    using deadly physical force under circumstances prescribed in paragraphs
    (a) and (b) of subdivision one does not constitute justification for
    reckless conduct by such police officer or peace officer amounting to an
    offense against or with respect to innocent persons whom he or she is
    not seeking to arrest or retain in custody.
    3. A person who has been directed by a police officer or a peace
    officer to assist such police officer or peace officer to effect an
    arrest or to prevent an escape from custody may use physical force,
    other than deadly physical force, when and to the extent that he or she
    reasonably believes such to be necessary to carry out such police
    officer's or peace officer's direction, unless he or she knows that the
    arrest or prospective arrest is not or was not authorized and may use
    deadly physical force under such circumstances when:
    (a) He or she reasonably believes such to be necessary for
    self-defense or to defend a third person from what he or she reasonably
    believes to be the use or imminent use of deadly physical force; or
    (b) He or she is directed or authorized by such police officer or
    peace officer to use deadly physical force unless he or she knows that
    the police officer or peace officer is not authorized to use deadly
    physical force under the circumstances.
    4. A private person acting on his or her own account may use physical
    force, other than deadly physical force, upon another person when and to
    the extent that he or she reasonably believes such to be necessary to
    effect an arrest or to prevent the escape from custody of a person whom
    he or she reasonably believes to have committed an offense and who in
    fact has committed such offense; and may use deadly physical force for
    such purpose when he or she reasonably believes such to be necessary to:
    (a) Defend himself, herself or a third person from what he or she
    reasonably believes to be the use or imminent use of deadly physical
    force; or
    (b) Effect the arrest of a person who has committed murder,
    manslaughter in the first degree, robbery, forcible rape or forcible
    criminal sexual act and who is in immediate flight therefrom.
    5. A guard, police officer or peace officer who is charged with the
    duty of guarding prisoners in a detention facility, as that term is
    defined in section 205.00, or while in transit to or from a detention
    facility, may use physical force when and to the extent that he or she
    reasonably believes such to be necessary to prevent the escape of a
    prisoner from a detention facility or from custody while in transit
    thereto or therefrom.

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  3. Article 35 – NY Penal Law
    NY Laws ›
     
    Penal Law ›
     
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    Title C ›
     Article 35
    DEFENSE OF JUSTIFICATION
    Section Description
    35.00 Justification; a defense.
    35.05 Justification; generally.
    35.10 Justification; use of physical force generally.
    35.15 Justification; use of physical force in defense of a person.
    35.20 Justification; use of physical force in defense of premises and in defense of a person in the course of burglary.
    35.25 Justification; use of physical force to prevent or terminate larceny or criminal mischief.
    35.27 Justification; use of physical force in resisting arrest prohibited.
    35.30 Justification; use of physical force in making an arrest or in preventing an escape.

  4. S 120.08 Assault on a peace officer, police officer, fireman or
    emergency medical services professional.
    A person is guilty of assault on a peace officer, police officer,
    fireman or emergency medical services professional when, with intent to
    prevent a peace officer, police officer, a fireman, including a fireman
    acting as a paramedic or emergency medical technician administering
    first aid in the course of performance of duty as such fireman, or an
    emergency medical service paramedic or emergency medical service
    technician, from performing a lawful duty, he causes serious physical
    injury to such peace officer, police officer, fireman, paramedic or
    technician.
    Assault on a peace officer, police officer, fireman or emergency
    medical services professional is a class C felony.

  5. S 195.05 Obstructing governmental administration in the second degree.
    A person is guilty of obstructing governmental administration when he
    intentionally obstructs, impairs or perverts the administration of law
    or other governmental function or prevents or attempts to prevent a
    public servant from performing an official function, by means of
    intimidation, physical force or interference, or by means of any
    independently unlawful act, or by means of interfering, whether or not
    physical force is involved, with radio, telephone, television or other
    telecommunications systems owned or operated by the state, or a county,
    city, town, village, fire district or emergency medical service or by
    means of releasing a dangerous animal under circumstances evincing the
    actor`s intent that the animal obstruct governmental administration.
    Obstructing governmental administration is a class A misdemeanor.

  6. Support your NYPD. The City Council, Borough Presidents and the Mayor quickly jump into campaign mode and never acknowledge the behavior of the citizens NYC Finest have to patrol. They have no support from City Officials and are being put in danger. Politicians are acting just like the teens in this video difference is they wear suits.

  7. When did Police become so much like cowards.. to go over the line on teenagers really.. this is the job you signed up for learn 2 act right… danger my ass this is what you signed up for

  8. He should've punched the camera man if anything, so annoying repeating the same things. Go ahead and film, stop pretending you're some civil rights lawyer.

  9. That happens because nypd hires the worst people to become officers usually the ones who can get a normal regular decent job

  10. Cop punches resisting teens- its a problem
    Teen punches cop- no one cares

    Pretty much the ignorant world of democrats we live in

  11. To everyone taking up for this cop, you know Nothing! This cop went wild and his actions were unwarranted and out of control. He acted like he was on drugs. Ridiculous and no excuse!

  12. “I didn’t do nothing!” lol. Says this as he punches cop.

    10 years minimum in Attica. Good riddance, brown!

  13. 13 do 50. There should be no question as to why police use force in these situations. Anyone defending these “teens” needs their head examined.

  14. To all the dumb white liberals:

    Wait until your own children are the victims of these “teens”, and you have no recourse left. Just remember all the times you called the cops racists, and whined about the poor black youth who are victims of “police brutality”(cops doing their job).

    You’ve brought this on yourselves.

  15. That mf cop was outta line wtf he hit that young man for? he was just looking shorty whipped him up though these mf cops crazy man

  16. Why is it always blks and brown.
    .as the full of shit BLK political racist always say are pucked on by cops….
    Cause they are the ones SPITTING ON PEOPLE… ATTACKING PASSENGERS AND MTA WORKERS …SHIT THESE NASTY ANIMALS ATTACK COPS..
    and that same BLK RACIST mouth peices who lie everyday have balls to get in front of media and say that shit

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