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Houston Texas running back Ryan Moats, who went to high school in Dallas, told Good Morning America today that he feared for his wife's life during that controversial traffic stop, The Dallas Morning News reports.
Posted at 10:45 AM in Police in the news | Permalink
i think that the dallas pd needs to under go sensitivity training this type of thing is happening more and more all of the time!
GERALD L. COWELL |
March 30, 2009 at 12:04 PM
Oh Moats needs to give it a rest. The PD and the officer have both apologized. If this had been Joe Average Citizen, he would have gotten handcuffed because of his beligerent attitude with the cop. Let's see-- guy runs a stop light and then doesn't have insurance and is arguing with the officer that he "needs to go now". What was the officer supposed to think? Now, yes, once the hospital personnel came out and verified this was indeed an emergency, then the cop needed to take it down a notch, but up until then, Moats was the one at fault. But then we all know the overpaid football jocks always expect special treatment, don't we?
March 30, 2009 at 11:47 PM
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