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UF Student tasered at John Kerry Speech

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Unfortunately, since the media has been so busy with O.J. Simpson getting arrested, they've been missing all the more important news stories.

 

I couldnt get to my camera in time to record his entrance, but this guy basically comes running in with 4 or 5 cops in tow and says he has been running around trying to get in to ask a question and the cops are going to arrest him for it. they almost do it then but Sen. Kerry says he will answer it. he then answers a previous question someone else asked (i cut that part out because it isnt important to this video) then the guy asks his questions and when he is done all hell breaks lose. to the cop haters: i have no doubt the cops were going exactly by the book, the problem isnt them, its the book! they were doing their job and looked just as confused as this kid (this isnt something that they deal with often).

 

Here's the FULL VIDEO as well at a different angle (and a different camera): http://video.nbc6.net/player/?id=157250

 

I've been getting very frustrated lately how people in this society don't give a crap about anybody, but themselves. John Kerry should have stopped the kid from getting apprehended. All he had to do was shout, "Let the kid go". He just pussied out and silently said, "I'll answer his question". Most of all, I am even more pissed at the audience who just sat there looking. They didn't even move their ass for a second to help the guy. Even if the kid was acting like an ass, his question (or whatever he was able to say) was legitimate. Most people in the audience looked old enough to not be shocked by the word "blow job". Please don't pretend you haven't heard it before. Lastly, the only thing I didn't understand is why the audience started clapping once the police wanted to arrest him. I don't understand that reaction at all.

 

Rant over.

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thats just all flocked up i wish i could say the word i really want to say. i would sue that police dept for all that they got. that kid did nothing wrong but tell the truth.

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I think this kid was being deliberately antagonistic and got what he deserved. 4 reasons;

 

 

1) If he was seriously trying to contribute to the debate, he should have asked his question and waited for an answer, instead of turning the forum into a bombardment of interrogatory accusations. None of the points he raised, except for the first, were relevant or even pertinent, especially if Kerry was about to answer him.

 

2) Disrespecting (patting off) the guard and using the term 'blow job' in a serious discussion don't show he deserved to be tasered, but do show that he wasn't taking the occasion seriously and deserved to be removed.

 

3) When security tried to remove him, he cried and screamed like a tantrumming 3-year-old and tried to resist being removed. Essentially he was causing disturbance during an important event and needed to be taken out of there.

 

4) Even when he was warned that they were going to taser him he didn't shut up and stop interrupting what was going on.

 

 

The way he behaved suggests to me this punk was not there to contribute anything - just to stir up trouble with his conspiracy theories. If he wanted an answer he would have had one. Instead he chose to act like a typical martyr tool and cause a big commotion. As for why the students clap - they probably know the guy is an attention-seeking whore and were frankly glad that he got owned for it this time.

 

He didn't need to be removed if he had taken the occasion seriously and shown respect for his visitor or peers. If he had the sense to act his age and to willingly step out after acting a male organ, he wouldn't have been arrested or tasered either - none of this would have happened and he wouldn't be the martyr vying for attention (that he probably wanted to be) on all the news the next day. Instead he chose to be an immature ass, and here we all are now.

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I agree with blackknight, despite the fact what he was elaborating it felt for a moment he was taking control. I believe he should have waited for further response from kerry. I also believe he being tasered was abit harsh being that there were many cops and restraining someone as him shouldnt be very difficult for the officers in that room. His discussion was right. But his attitude i believe very immature.

 

Also the audience, they initially didnt know this kind of thing was going to happen lets not forget everyone has an agenda and mostly no one is whilling to clean your own mess even though your talk was headed in the right direction.

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I also agree with BlackKnight, his manner of going about it was all wrong. He wasn't invited in, yet he was allowed to ask his question. He then proceeded to turn things into a circus, and was being escorted out and was kicking and screaming all the way.

 

I would have done more than taser his ass.

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i'll taser his male organ until it shrinks.

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There are worse things than being tasered--my friend had to be tasered in order to own one.

 

The guy's just a female organ.

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There are better ways to go about what that kid did. It was juvenile and lacking ethics. More of a stunt than actually trying to raise any serious awareness because any intelligent person knows you don't change minds that way. He did it more for himself than anything imo.

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I, too, agree with BlackKnight. Act like an ass, get treated like an ass.

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Unfortunately, since the media has been so busy with O.J. Simpson getting arrested, they've been missing all the more important news stories.

 

This was shown on our local news today.

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The dude was trying to change the subject of whatever it was he was attending. I'm sure what he had to say was important, but I don't believe this was necessarily the time to say it. What the police did was just wrong, though. I vividly recall the kid saying that if he was let go he would walk away. Both the audience and the police were acting based on political opinions, and in this instance that isn't the right thing to base your actions on.

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