Being a woman does not give me permission to put my hands on a Cop. Video captured on the evening April 6th, outside of a Bondi Beach Bar in Colorado shows a police officer slamming a college student to the ground after she reportedly struck an officer.
In a statement, Fort Collins Police Services Sgt. Dean Cunningham said Michaella Surat, who turned 22 years old Wednesday, had physically obstructed and struck an officer. The officer then used standard procedure to subdue her, Cunningham said.
Watch the video below!
According to Denver7, Fort Collins Police Services Sgt. Dean Cunningham said officers were at the scene responding to a dispute between two men when Surat, shoulder-checked a bouncer and an officer, then tried to pull her boyfriend out of the area.
The officers told her that her boyfriend was not free to leave but that she could go. Rather than leave, Surat physically obstructed officers and then hit an officer.
The officer then tried to place Surat under arrest for assaulting a police officer. The video starts up while Surat is actively resisting arrest, and had been resisting prior to the start of the video.
Suran was arrested and booked into the Larimer County Jail on charges of third-degree assault and obstructing a peace officer.
Cunningham said a supervisor is reviewing whether the officer’s actions during the arrest fell within the department’s policy and training.
Many people took to social media to express their outrage over the incident, while others say they want to see what happened prior to Surat being thrown to the ground.
SHOCKED & UPSET for College Student Michaella Surat CO Police cannot defend abusive behavior towards young women https://t.co/KnHd7VP8pA
— Sandra Rupp (@ExecCareerCoach) April 10, 2017
Michaella Surat seems to think because she is a drunk female snowflake student, that she can put her hands on the police…..Bad Move LOL
— Johnny (@davewaybees) April 9, 2017
The criminal element and those who have no respect for law enforcement are trying to change the narrative as far as reasonable force is concerned. They are trying to redefine what we see as reasonable or brutality and their methodology are designed to force an officer to hesitate long enough for the suspect to get the upper hand. The way to avoid being brought down is and always had been, do not break the law and if so… Comply! Follow simple instructions and you will be safe. Put up a fight… Refuse to comply and you, and you alone, are responsible for whatever happens.
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