Cops take man into protective custody right before train comes!

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32 thoughts on “Cops take man into protective custody right before train comes!

  1. Just to make sure you see this JMA! I posted in response to Black Panther's comment:

    The only good person like Epstein is an person who is like Epstein,

    rotting in a grave… anyone and everyone that took part in his services
    should be right by his side…

    And I wouldn't have any remorse about putting them there… and Fuck you youtube….

  2. Depression is truly debilitating. I suffered with it most of my life, starting at age 12. My boss once said I could achieve so much more. I told her to imagine devoting 50% of your energy on just not killing yourself.

  3. For all you cops that watch the auditors and believe they are just out to “bait” you…… here is proof positive that’s not true.
    Nice work doing what we hired them to do.

  4. I"m sorry, what these cops are doing is wrong. If you have someone who is experiencing a mental health crisis, perhaps treating them as if they are criminals by searching them and putting them in handcuffs is not the best idea. Why would anyone want to call the cops if they are having an episode if they know they are going to be treated like a piece of crap? They just criminalized his episode by doing this and it will have an effect on him whether he realizes it or not. "I'm such a horrible person, cops had to put me in cuffs", kind of idea. No, handcuffing someone who isn't violent because of a mental health episode is not the right way to handle this.

  5. Should be way more help over there for anyone suffering with mental health. Sad to see people get into positions like this. Crazy to think that they spend billions if not trillions on wars but your lucky to have a couple of million put into mental health annually. Good job to those officers in getting to him and treating him with dignity. Need to see officers helping people like this more. Attitude towards officers is at a all time low, so good job.

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