16 May 2009

"[D]irectly in the shoulder"

Dig some aerial news video of a car and foot chase leading to arrest. If I'm not mistaken this is from TV station local to Los Angeles.

Question that comes to my mind: why does the TV news man say that the cop kicked the guy "directly in the shoulder"? Does the video look to anybody else that way? Is it not perfectly clear that the cop ran up and simply clocked that man on the crown of his head? What reason at all is there for stating otherwise?

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