NSW police so tough they taser 95 year old woman
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This is the world we now live in, where it is considered to be police policy to taser an old lady with dementia. NSW police so tough they taser 95 year old woman in nursing home. You have to ask yourself if there was, perhaps, another way of disarming an old lady with a steak knife? How about throwing a blanket over her arm and taking the knife off her? How about talking her down without the use of physical force in the first place? Why were the police called at all? Isn’t it the responsibility of staff at the nursing home to manage such incidents?

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Appalling Police Tasering of Old Woman With Dementia

This is not the first such incident of police brutality in an aged care environment, with 6 officers restraining an 80 year old lady with dementia in 2020. The NSW police paid $$$ to the family following legal action after this act of brutality.

Gee, they make our cops out of special stuff these days! The training and police policy in these incidents shines as an example to the rest of the community. Aged care in Australia is an attractive proposition for sure and especially the way it interacts with our men and women in blue.

Police Policy For Dealing With Members of the Public

Tasering must be all part of keeping the public at arm’s length wherever possible for the police. Policy dictates that no serving officer will risk any injury to themselves or another officer. If in doubt, brutalise the non-police presence in the situation. In the advent of a potentially dangerous situation, always strike down the offender with your weapon no matter their age, gender, mental state, or standing in the community. Steak knives can be really dangerous weapons in the hands of old ladies with dementia.

Shoot first and ask questions later – better to be safe than sorry. You would not want to dirty your uniform or anything.

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Dangerous offender???

Police public relations agents were immediately deployed to put out spot fires erupting in the media right around the country. A senior NSW police spokesperson, with the ability to speak more slowly than any other person that I have ever seen before, met with the media in the aftermath of this horrendous act of police brutality. Whether the choice of this gentleman was based on his studied delivery boring the press to death, I am not sure. Talk about saying nothing of import but taking a very long time to do it. The 95 year old victim of this act of police brutality in a nursing home remains in critical condition in hospital. An in-house inquiry will be run by police into this incident.

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