Monthly Archives: January 2010

Experts Agree: Prone Restraint Cannot Possibly Lead to Sudden Death Due to Hypoxia

Experts agree that prone restraint of an agitated person cannot possibly lead to sudden death due to hypoxia. Due to the controversial nature of a sudden in custody restraint death, numerous case and retrospective studies, incident reports, and monographs have … Continue reading

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OH: 250 pound boy in Middle School placed on the ground by police

Here a 250 pound 12 year old boy was placed on the ground by police, even though it was a student and bus driver that were threatened. Where’s the restraint free movement’s public outcry? Under restraint free advocate rule, neither … Continue reading

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MN.Police say that Tasering student was a good option

Taking intervention out of teacher’s hands — be careful what you wish for. Police say two 17-year-olds were fighting Wednesday afternoon. According to police, one student continued punching even though he was ordered to stop and warned that the officer … Continue reading

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NY: ACLU Sues NYC to Eliminate School to Prison Pipeline

ACLU is suing again. Whether they actually have a case or are just using their name and leverage to influence policy — who knows. ACLU is alleging that the NYPD personnel assigned to the city’s public middle and high schools … Continue reading

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U.S. Overdrugging Children and Seniors

It is widely held that chemical restraint is much more invasive than physical restraint with much greater side effects, especially with children. Apparently the U.S. Department of Justice thinks so too. Drug maker Johnson & Johnson paid tens of millions … Continue reading

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