Excessive, perhaps; but not assault, considering the Baseball I’m The Reason For The Parent Conduct Form Shirt act was repercussive and retaliatory to the actions and demeanor of the lady in question. You must consider the personnel in attendance, the political status of the speaker, etc. This was a sensitive situation. Considering those facts, people have been shot/tasered for less. Thank you, I’m aware of the laws regarding reasonable force.
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She was unarmed, so was he. He was acting in the Baseball I’m The Reason For The Parent Conduct Form Shirt apprehension of an offensive action toward a private function in a privately held function. It was not a peaceful protest taking part in a public space. She was trespassing and a risk to security. Even if it was a public place they have no right to force and barge their way through guards and security and act like animals. The footage of it all is embarrassing.
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If you watch it slowly and take the force of his touch into account he didn’t even hurt her, it just looks bad. HE responded with physical violence and initiated that action by grabbing her throat ramming her in a Wall then grabbing her by the neck out of the room. Apologies, after further scrutiny, I’ve realized it wasn’t security per se in the videos who were being barged past- but actual members of parliament who had to defend themselves against the histrionic shrieking and forceful nonsense of sad middle-aged bats alone with no assistance.
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No one was defending themselves, I saw that video too, you have no right to block someone or restrain them, not in a public building. No one was being assaulted except women who are now making charges against the person that assaulted her. She has a right to peacefully protest and when the Baseball I’m The Reason For The Parent Conduct Form Shirt police arrive and ask her to leave she has the right to leave peacefully too because we live in the UK, not communist China. What happened that night was beyond wrong.