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Arguably the worst Police out of control video I have seen

These cops are engaged in torture pure and simple. No one lost their job. When one officer pinned his head to the chair, Schlosser struggled and spit at an officer. Welch sprayed him at close range with pepper spray, called OC spray, from a canister intended to be used on multiple people at a distance of 18 to 20 feet, according to an investigator's report.

Welch then refused to let Schlosser, who said he couldn't breathe, wash his face for 24 minutes. A spit mask was placed over Schlosser's mouth and nose, trapping the pepper spray against his face.

On average pepper sprays are rated anywhere between 500k and 5 million Scoville Heat Units. A jalapeno pepper is rated around 5k heat units. All while in the lock up. Needs to be downloaded and you tubed

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You are gravely mistaken

As the cop in the beginning pointed out, spitting on a cop is a crime. Crimes are to be addressed in a court of law. Cops are not judge and jury.

They obviously had the kid restrained already and could have put him in solitary confinement, the traditional punishment for this and many worse things in prison. Instead, they carted him into a room and sprayed pepperspray in his face and left it there for 25 minutes. The spit mask according to some friends is not only to keep the spray in your face, but to force you to inhale it via your nose and fill your sinuses with it.

Things like this and many worse happen in prison's, this one just happened to be recorded.

OC Spray is nothing to toy around with. Cops think prison's operate outside the rule of law. If one assaults me in my store, and I shoot him in the back when my life is no longer in danger, I have also committed a crime. Strapping a man down, gradually pulling the straps tighter and tighter and spraying him in the face with OC spray is assault unless directed by a judge to do so.
For individuals not previously exposed to OC effects, the general feelings after being sprayed can be best likened to being "set alight". The initial reaction should the spray be directed at the face, is the completely involuntary closing of the eyes (sometimes described as leading to a disconcerting sensation of the eyelids "bubbling and boiling" as the chemical acts on the skin), an instant sensation of the restriction of the airways and the general feeling of sudden and intense, searing pain about the face, nose, and throat. Coughing almost always follows the initial spray.
Subsequent breaths through the nose or mouth leads to ingestion of the chemical, which feeds the feeling of choking. Police are trained to repeatedly instruct targets to "breathe normally" if they complain of difficulty, as the shock of the exposure can generate considerable panic as opposed to actual physical symptoms.
The burning reaction lasts, in some cases, for up to 4 hours. Intense headaches can result in some situations. On occasion, seasoned offenders have complied immediately after production of OC spray canisters, often requesting TASER usage as opposed to OC spray usage due to total time of effects."

should this be acceptable as well?

And my you fall when it is time.

You have no say on earth unless it starts out I was tortured and this is not it.

Trust you? go fuck yourself let me do this to do and then you can tell me how things are.

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It should be noted

These are not police officers but correction officers. There is a difference, though that does not take away from the fact that these men are torturing another for what they deemed 'unacceptable behavior'. I watched the video and it's pretty sickening. Hard to get through it :/