"The Illustrated Manual for Police Brutality
The New York Times is not usually a favorite of those of us who are, well, addicted to the news.
It was taken by Sebastain Scheiner of the AP and is used here in an illustrative purpose.
It displays “Lesson #53″ in the (fictitious) Police Manual for Methods of Applying Brutality.
Lesson #53 reads: “while your colleague(s) subdue a protestor, raise your right arm to his/her head level, take a step forward with your left foot, pretend to accidentally stumble, thus causing you to take a brisk and firm step forward with your right foot, thus causing your upraised right elbow to effectively smash into the protestors face. With any luck, you can even break his/her nose or at the very least, his/her glasses”.
#42 - When gently leading a protestor away, hold his/her hand in both of your and firmly press the his/her fingers together. With luck, you may crush a digit.
and Lesson #77 - When carrying a demonstrator away, especially female, have two officers grab one leg each and then slowly separate as walking away.
I found another legs version here:
And Maneuver #28, Twist Arm While Pressing Out Elbow here:-
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