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This is the reason for the closer of Chelsea Bridge on Saturday, the question is, was all of this really necessary?
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100%. Threatening people with a screwdriver and had several opportunities to drop it and do as the police officers asked him. Well done to the police

Jun 5, 2022 · 8:12 AM UTC

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How did it end did he drown or get rescued? He brought it all on himself.
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He was rescued by the RNLI and is in hospital in critical condition. He jumped, didn’t ‘fall’ as the report stated.
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From the guy was first tasered the 2nd cop with the handcuffs should have jumped on him, there is no way he should have been able to jump off the bridge, that's why I ask the question, and did it really have to go that far? But the officer was right to taser him.
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I thought he should have been tazer longer so his resistance would be less and allow the other officer to cuff him but it might be limited because of the risk of the heart stopping? Not sure about the protocols that go with it but he has a screwdriver so tazer a must