As they say, it is the coverup which gets you.....
So cops in California beat and taze a mentally ill man....
Ok, we don't know what led up to this, so at first glance, one might be thinking of giving the cops the benefit of the doubt.
Until they then seize cell phones and demand that users delete any recordings of the incident.
At that point, one has to wonder what they felt they had to hide.
Further, they were complicit in (and conspired to) destruction of evidence of a crime.
If any of the police officers involved in this incident are still acting as police officers, with police powers, then the entire force is illegitimate.
I would wonder how many (cops, not bystanders) will be jailed for this?
Again: I don't know what led up to the incident, but the evidence that the officers wanted to destroy evidence of their criminal actions is clear.