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Mall Cop Goes Berserk Trying to Prevent Photos Being Taken of Accident

A security guard for an Ohio shopping mall [Ohio Valley Mall in St. Clairsville] made a complete fool of herself as she tried to prevent people from taking photos of a truck that ended up in a ravine on mall property.

Officer Adams, as she describes herself in the above video, first threatened to confiscate cameras, then ordered people to delete their photos and finally ended up pushing a woman who immediately fought back.

The two women ended up punching and kicking each other on the street as onlookers calmly observed, including one who video recorded the debacle.


http://youtu.be/fSwvgXeDh4Y

http://photographyisnotacrime.com/2013/05/18/ohio-mall-secur...

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Deacon always a pleasure

but one of my historic roles is the physical security of our people when we mass and my training is geared exactly to make independent leaders who will take responsibility.

Feet on the ground. Real Deal.

Deacon, i can't believe either of us is still here. I thought we were gonners for sure. I'm in a stage of making excuses as to why I'm still alive and that's a good kind of problem eh?

There is nothing strange about having a bar of soap in your right pocket, it's just what's happening.

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i agree on the training

i wouldn't be so nice being attacked like that,never used to be
that way,i admit i have gotten tired of being pushed around and i got real tired of all the lies,it just got old for me
and it seems that them so called authority figures take it too far
and act like we owe them something,and at the same ttime treat us with contempt
as far as still being here,i have a hard time in that area
these days
there are days i dread just getting up.
i get so little sleep i can hardly deal,and i do not dream anymore
which is a burden for me
I am real happy to have found you again,it seemed like a lifetime
for me at least
deacon

If we deny truth before your very eyes,then the rest of what we have to say,is of little consequence

Anyone see that awesome

Anyone see that awesome bicycle kick combo?

Fucking lol'd hard

This is like Jerry Springer

How embarrassing for the human race on both accounts.

I hated high school because of crap like this.

The security officer is totally out of line but not worthy of a beat down. Violence is ugly on both sides.

"Once you become knowledgeable, you have an obligation to do something about it."- Ron Paul

Private Property?

It's not even clear if they were really on mall property. They were on the other side of the street. I doubt that "mall property" even went there and they're cameras were directed away from mall property.

Never the less, it was an obvious non-issue where someone just wanted to go on a power trip and I don't think she likes where her trip ended up going.....

Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm-

What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks

It would be interesting to find out if this woman was

Ever a cop. When working in any type of enforcement dealing with the public this is how many officers over respond as they feel the badge earns them the right to instantly have your respect, while showing you none at all. You are not allowed to question, and if you do and get away with it once expect violence the second time. The lesson here is if you explain to people in a clam manner that it is your job to police photos taken at the mall and if the people do not leave, the local sheriffs dept. will be removing them. If they did not disperse, then law enforcement should have been called, but to assault someone for the crime of not obeying after being threatened with confiscation of private property, verbal attacks, and then an assault on another person will usually end up in violence. I would dare say that there were enough witnesses there not only to verify the bikers story, but would gladly go to court to testify on her behalf.

Society has not gone down the drain, only the idea that the population needs to be ruled over by overlords with a badge to tell us how we should live, while they are out confiscating and doing drugs, beating people, violating their oaths, and recently we see a top cop that has raped and assaulted several women that had only a year ago sat next to the first lady. The mob acted as expected, calm, cool, and collectively rejecting the ignorance of this security person who herself was drunk with power, and the pump knot to the head hangover should be a reminder to her not to attempt to hide behind a badge, for it will only protect you when there are 50 more with badges and guns ready to take your life for defending yourself.

The crowd was gleeful at the fact that when the woman was assaulted she defended herself, and did a fine job with nothing more than pump knots and bruises to show for it, where as the "civil" society where an officer was involved could have resulted easily in a loss of life under the same circumstances, which I would argue is much less civilized then the lesson learned on officer "respect my authoritie".

When officers behave as they do today it is a reflection of a government drunk on power, out of control, and flatly rejecting the oath to the constitution to firstly preserve our rights above all else. The problem is the police see the worst of the worst and associate anyone that disrespects them as the punk that beat his girlfriend.

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Stay IRATE, remain TIRELESS, an

So Judgmental of the human race.

I think the comment that the men took pleasure watching this is full of BS. When a security guard has handcuffs even if they are wholly wrong in their action there is weight when acting in a situation. if it were not for the men either the security guard would have been able to cuff the woman or the woman would have beaten the security grad senseless. let us not be quick to judge but judge with wisdom and understanding.

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Nothing worth watching...

Sad day when a bunch of adult men watch two women beat up on one another taking pleasure in allowing them to fight. This video is evidence of the sick society we live in and the devaluing of one another that is running rampant. The mall cop was in the wrong assaulting the other lady and the lady had a right to defend herself but at the same time, someone should have stopped this altercation.

Down into the moral abyss we go!

I stand with you.

And it's important we make this statement.

There is nothing strange about having a bar of soap in your right pocket, it's just what's happening.

I completely agree

This is sad to watch. Its like high school all over again.

"Once you become knowledgeable, you have an obligation to do something about it."- Ron Paul

Downvotes for my comment

LMAO What a crazy world we live in. To suggest that society stop violence whenever possible and then to have that comment looked upon with contempt, it is evidentiary of my original comment.

I guess I should have said, "oh yeah, two women fighting and acting like animals, woohoo this is good shit". Then I would have probably got upvoted.

If I am in a situation (which I have been) where two people are committing violence against one another, I have and will continue to try and stop that violence whenever possible. Imagine either of these women as your mother, sister, girlfriend or daughter. Would you want others to watch as they hurt one another?

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Yeah, it's almost like

We're booing the Golden Rule or something! Shame on us.

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"Oh what sad times are these when passing ruffians can say "ni" at will to old ladies." -Roger the Shrubber

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Private property or whatever

Missing the point.

Thank God this mall cop failed police academy and is limited to trolling private property.

What's the mall's policy on bystanders witnessing and documenting motor vehicle accident? Show me the victim.

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Sad day when such stand up men

will just stand by and watch fights go on.

We are a sick society.

Right there with you bro.

Rock solid and I would not have stood by. We are still men of honor. There are still some of us. Let the whole world downvote us.

There is nothing strange about having a bar of soap in your right pocket, it's just what's happening.

Have you considered

that those men stood by because the biker lady seemed perfectly capable of handling herself?

Not all women are damsels in distress who require the help of men to save them, especially when the attacker is also a woman. Had they intervened, public perception would likely view them as 'chauvinists', 'neanderthals', 'woman beaters' et cetera. Damned if you do, damned if you don't.

As far as passers-by go, it's typically not a very bright idea to go rushing into a fight without knowing the situation. That and the fact that some people tend to mind their own business.

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guess thats what all those fans were thinking

when that women died of choking on a stupid hot dog

Probably didnt want the sexual harrasement lawsuit.

Or maybe just dont like minding other peoples business

You're bringing up an unrelated story

as a means to deflect a counterpoint. You just commented "Sad day when such stand up men will just stand by and watch fights go on.", and I responded by pointing out that 1) it's not smart to involve oneself in a fight without knowing the situation (applies to onlookers, not the people 'on the scene'), 2) that not all women require a man's assistance during a fight, and 3) that had the men interfered, the story would very likely be spun in a different direction.

So, how about you counter, or at the very least acknowledge those points instead of trying to change the subject to choking on hot dogs?

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You do realize...

You do realize that it's not about trying to save "damsels in distress". It's about completely capable (one would think) bystanders watching as two people fight one another. I think if they would have intervened people would have viewed them as decent human beings. I don't think the gender of the fighters or the bystanders has anything to do with it.

That was kinda my thought

thanks.

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My Observation

Whether a person is a Law Enforcement Officer or a Security Guard, each job requires a large degree of "professionalism" in terms of conduct: words and actions. This security guard was acting like an inept teenager. Had she been calm and respectful in her demeanor, she may have achieved better results with the onlookers.
It appeared as if the Security Guard was the aggressor and attacked the woman with whom she engaged in battle that led to ground-fighting. Frankly, that guard deserved the ass-whoopin' that she received. Given her conduct, she does NOT deserve to be wearing that uniform and hopefully, she was terminated from that job position.

Robby Lane

that looked more like a

that looked more like a costume on her than a uniform. It was way too large on her...the sleeves were way past her wrists. She just looked ridiculous.

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THAT....

...was hysterical.

That roller derby girl kicked the s-h-i-t out of that psychopathic mall cop wanna be.

She deserved it.

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Norfolk, VA

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has it occured to anybody that this could be a set up?

So-called "security guard's" clothing is unbelievably ill-fit. Picks a fight with roler derby chick and they then get into a very roller derby type scuffle.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TDMPEwiPYk

Just a different perpective offered.

If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.
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Am I the only one who finds

Am I the only one who finds the security guard in the right? Besides saying don't take pictures, and she'll delete the photos. This was a private property violation, and she telling them to leave. She was hired by the mall to do this. A libertarian society would have A LOT more security guards and a lot less "legitimate" officers. They should have listened to her...

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I see a few good points both ways by the responses

but at the end of the day - the mall is not entirely considered private property. I dont know how it got this way and whom to blame - but malls are considered quasi-public.

Here in CT - you CAN get a ticket from the police for a motor vechile violation in a mall parking lot. Not wearing your seatbelt -even on mall property - you can be given a ticket. I believe here in CT it is any business with over ten parking spots is considered public - not private. I may not agree - but the mall cannot suddenly claim private status when it is convenient.

As to the phones - the security guard may have the right to kick them off the property(though I doubt it based upon above) - they would certainly have no authority to take a phone or force deletion of the pictures - there is NO WAY they could claim an expectation of privacy in this situation.

Either way - it is a funny video.

Property Owners Or Security Working On Their Behalf

have the RIGHT to use reasonable amount of force to "remove" a person from property. This Security Guard obviously lost control but putting hands on a person to remove them from private property after they refused is within her rights. Fighting or assaulting someone who is removing you from property is assault not self defense. The guard handled the situation poorly but was within her rights

If the woman really represented

the wishes of the property owners, I see your point that they should have listened. But then she went and attacked the smallest person she could find. She presented herself as a crazy person who needed to be restrained for everyone's safety.

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