- Aug 14, 2005
- in 1st Place
An arms flailing situation, using reasonable force to gain compliance is not the same as one person not able to defend themselves, YRSMVWhen it's a dynamic situation and both parties have arms flailing, you can't tell just because one is on top and the other is on the bottom.
If you resist arrest and cuffing, you will take a beating of some sort. Doesn't make the officer bad if what he's doing is using "reasonable force" to get compliance. YMMV