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Do you think Alabama's Attorney General was right to drop assault charges against the cop who partially paralyzed Indian grandfather?

  • Yes, his decison was based on evidence presented.

    Sometimes we just have to trust the judgement of our legal officers. It is very hard for them to send somebody to jail if the prosecutor presents insufficient evidence. No matter how loud the public outcry is, it will not be possible. so, i think the Attorney was right in dropping the charges.

  • Alabama's Attorney General was right to drop assault charges against the cop who partially paralyzed Indian grandfather

    Alabama's Attorney General was right to drop assault charges against the cop who partially paralyzed Indian grandfather because assault requires a level of intent to bring the charge. Accidents happen. This is not a criminal case. If anything needs to be done it should be a civil case where money is at stake.

  • No, they were not.

    The cop should have been prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. These acts of aggression should not be accepted. Police need to be held accountable for their actions. No one should be above the law. It is one of the basic tenants that the country was founded on.

  • Happens all the time

    It's shocking what cops are allowed to get away with. There is absolutely no accountability for some of the heinous things that are done to civilians. Are you telling me that there was no other recourse but to damage an old man to the point of paralysis? I beg to differ.


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