An Alberta RCMP officer ... Const. Desmond Sandboe admitted in November to beating Andrew Clyburn, 33, at the RCMP detachment in Lac La Biche on Sept. 13, 2009.
Clyburn told CBC News the attack started after he corrected Sandboe when he mispronounced his name.
Think about this 'trigger' very carefully. It's a very revealing insight into what's pre-programmed into the twisted mind of the officer.
Two other officers visible in screen capture show no signs of stopping the assault. Maybe they did, maybe they didn't. They were in the area, and Clyburn was still criminally assaulted. Think about this very carefully. It reveals that The Problem is more widespread than you might otherwise assume.
Note that the criminal (!) assault happened in spite of video surveillance. Think about this very carefully. It's a very revealing insight into the default mindset. They honestly don't believe that they're doing anything wrong. They also are perfectly familiar with the law, they've studied it. So there's a mental fuse that's blown. There's a neuron that's simply not doing its assigned function.
This post has nothing to do with tasers.
This post has EVERYTHING to do with tasers.