A Media Portrayal of Law Enforcement
When Officer Jeremy Morse arrived at the Inglewood gas station in California, Donovan Jackson was already fighting L.A. sheriff's deputies. The deputies had stopped Jackson's father for expired registration tags on his car, and were questioning him about his outdated driver's license, they say, when Jackson began attacking them. The teen then turned on Officer Morse and clawed him in the head. After the wildly thrashing teen was finally cuffed, Morse picked him up and slammed him against a patrol car. Morse's attorney claims that Jackson had gone limp and the officers did not want him on the ground as a crowd was gathering. Jackson then grabbed Morse's testicles, according to the police report filed immediately after the incident, provoking Morse to hit him in the head.
Once a suspect is restrained, an officer's right to use force against him ends totally, no matter how violent his previous behavior. …
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