Cops Lifting Cars Off People (Happens More Than We Think)

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21 thoughts on “Cops Lifting Cars Off People (Happens More Than We Think)

  1. I’m not against defunding the police.
    I do think there needs to be some serious changes in how they’re allowed to operate, how the state is allowed to confiscate etc. The implied immunity needs to go out the window as well. I know majority of officers do their job every day with zero problems and you’re not the ones who need to be curtailed.
    It’s the Trooper who pits a woman with her flashers going 30 mph trying to find a spot to pull over ( as per the HANDBOOK for her state) or the one who tells a rookie to arrest a father for videoing his sons traffic stop.

    I watch a channel called Vigilance Elite, he’s offered training to many agencies. And they won’t do it. But they have no problems dropped $150,000 on the latest night vision or $250,000 on an armored vehicle etc.

  2. Making NY cops look bad how many of them did it take to lift a taxi when the other guys were what 2 deep. Side note I hope that pos at the end got a extra charge or Two for causing that accident

  3. Thanks Mike. As an auto body mechanic, I feel like more people should know how to move a car. A lot of times you can't get the driver door to open after an accident. But, if you grab the front fender and lean and yank towards the headlights, it will probably open. Just pull and see what happens… Also, I can't tell you how many times I've had to free a leg, or get my head or chest out from under the oil pan. I'm not dropping cars, they sometimes shift. It happens. I try to not use a jack and we have no lift. Grinding dust will ruin the seals in your jack and drop the car if you are not careful…. point is, a single man should be able to pick up the front or back of a car maybe two inches. It's still on the suspension, the shock absorbers help with lift. People should know it is important. And, if the door doesn't open after an accident, yank on it. Or kick it in. Whatever frees the gap between fender and door….. it's amazing to see. I'm not trying to detract from the actions of these officers. I'm impressed. Just sharing thoughts. I'm really not trying to take away from anything you showed us. I somehow thought this was relevant and wanted to share

  4. Back in the early 90s I watched my dad pick the backend of a car chest height, the neighbor backed over their daughter. Man back then I was like dang my dad is superman. Lol

  5. Serious question; would doing away with qualified immunity subject officers to legal actions in cases like this where something goes wrong?

    Edit – meaning while trying to help someone they unintentionally make the situation worse. Like say, dropping the vehicle and causing further physical damage.

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