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    Default Police Kill Window washer - July 18 2018

    I can't find any follow ups to this death. Any body know?

    Apparently, police were called when a window washer was aggressive in asking for money.


    Definitely graphic, use caution.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2W4ExTgiQE
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcKnsXCpyxY

    A longer report (spanish)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HUFx4w66-I

    Article
    https://elnuevodiario.com.do/investi...-zafo-disparo/

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    A dozen PN/military/municipios trying to contain 1 carwasher and his 2 friends -_-
    What a bunch of donkeys........

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    It would be interesting to find out what happened to those cops after that horrific incident.

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    This is the one posted in July at that time he was sentenced to 3 months preventive. so should be ending that and coming up for trial.

    what does DV8 say/find.

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    Do they not carry handcuffs? I'm not in law enforcement but it seems that may have made all the difference here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auryn View Post
    Do they not carry handcuffs? I'm not in law enforcement but it seems that may have made all the difference here.
    I don't recall a single time where handcuffs were used in Latin America. I'm sure they are used but intimidation or a beat down seem more common.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GringoRubio View Post
    I don't recall a single time where handcuffs were used in Latin America. I'm sure they are used but intimidation or a beat down seem more common.
    There is the story of Caonabó, the native chief who was presented this cool jewelry by the Spaniards, as a gift.

    They showed him how it worked. Put your hands out like this. Gotcha!

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    Some time ago I arrived home after dark. As I got out of the car several police pulled up outside on a motorcycle and came into the parking lot with guns drawn. They had received a call of two young males acting casing places. Had I seen anything suspicious? No, but I showed them how to get on the roof. There are four stairways that open out on the roof. They both went up on the roof each up a different stairway.

    They soon came down with a kid in handcuffs. Backup had arrived and they had another in handcuffs out on the sidewalk.

    These police were smart and aware. They were part of a quick reaction unit.

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