It could’ve been worse… right?
If this is what police wind up doing with their time, then maybe they should be defunded.
Across the Atlantic, in the UK, home of the Magna Carta, police “pushed into” a woman’s home to arrest her for singing in her back yard (https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/woman-arrested-for-singing-in-her-back-yard/). You’ve got to see the embedded video. There are at least four officers in body armor (!), and they give the woman–right there in her own living room!–the full treatment: forced face-down on the floor, handcuffed with her hands behind her back, frog-marched out the door while her kids wail and scream. I can’t give you the video up front: you’ve got to click the link and play it for yourself.
We would like to know more.
Who made a complaint against her? I’m presuming there’s enough sanity left in Britain that you can’t just call the cops on someone and say “My neighbor is singing in her yard, you gotta do something!” So what exactly was the complaint? How was it phrased?
Did the police get a warrant to enter this woman’s home? I’d like to see that warrant. What kind of judge issues a warrant against you for singing?
Do they wear body armor to every call? If so, what does that say about the state of British civilization?
Is there a price on the Statue of Liberty’s head?