Now some might argue the point that if the student had simply just listened to the officer and done what she was told, Raven Symone for example. And to people like Raven, I have two things to say: The first thing would be that, seeing what I did with how much extra effort he police officer put into tossing that teen around into submission, is that he would've found some other way to hurt her needlessly. That was on the officer. The second thing is that nobody of that age and physical size should be treated that way ever under any circumstance and I blame society for making it seem, even to one man, that the way he treated her was acceptable.
Of course you have to take into consideration that citizens, for the longest time, have been disrespecting people of authority. Go back to the 90's and you'll see cops abusing there power and they started doing there jobs less and less. In today's society there's still a lot of people that want to believe we're in a society where police officers are oppressing people, and that's why every single cop losing their cool is considered a big deal. They're people too, they make mistakes. Sure the officer in the video's actions were completely unacceptable, but I think we're blowing up this even just a little.