Chiefs Fan Gets Punched In The Face, Tasered By Police

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Dallas Cowboys 17-16 to move to 2-0 on the season, and while most in Chiefs’ Kingdom celebrated the awesome start to the 2013 season, not everybody was having a good day.

In particular, I can’t imagine the guy who got punched in the face and tasered twice by the police was feeling to great on Sunday.

Talk about a messy situation…

I wasn’t there so I can’t report on the scene, but let me direct you to this report from Bernie Augustine of nydailynews.com:

Thirty seconds into the clip it appears that the man tries to bite one of the officers. The officer is later seen punching the man on the left side of his face. A Kansas City Police Department spokesman had no comment on the punch.

According to the arrest report, officers responded to the section where Trenton J. Karlin was seated and allegedly pouring beers on people seated near him. When he was escorted into the concourse, Karlin became aggressive with police, shouting obsceneties at him before reaching for one of the officer’s belt, with one witness saying he thought Karlin was trying to get his hands on the officer’s gun, the report states.

I will say this, if you’re pouring beers (allegedly) on people at a football game, you deserve to get kicked out, if not arrested.

Not to assume, but one can only imagine that the beers had to have been pouring into his mouth as well leading up to this incident, because most sober people don’t normally act like that much of a fool in public. For the record, it was described that he had the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. No surprise.

Pouring beer on people is one thing, trying to bite an officer and allegedly trying to get your hands on an officer’s gun is another, and that’s bad news. I’m not surprised this guy got tased twice.

Is the punch in the face a bit excessive? Perhaps, but I’m not a student of the law, so I’m not 100-percent qualified to make a judgement on that. From what I see here, the officers are doing their best to subdue an unruly fan. That punch may have gone overboard, but then again, so did the bite, the beer pouring, and everything else this madman did (allegedly).

I’ll leave you with the YouTube video of the incident. Keep in mind, language on here is NSFW, so watch at your own risk.

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  • paul pace

    Of course, it is O.K. with people if this moron tries to bite one of the officers but when one of the officers defends himself by smacking the idiot to prevent him from trying to bite again people get bent out of shape and think it is excessive force. It doesn’t feel very good getting bit so I woud have done the same thing, maybe even worse than what that officer did. The people that criticize the police when something like this happens have no clue how it is to be a police officer trying to as peacefully as possible subdue/arrest someone that doesn’t want to be subdued or arrested and decides that he/she wants to hurt you during the process.

    • Spencer

      plus that dudes mouth…where has it gone?

      • paul pace

        Exactly, a human bite can be pretty bad!!

        • Brennan Ransdell

          You have got to be kidding me. Did you even watch the video???

    • superman_25_58

      Well while I hate dumbusses that act like dumbusses anywhere I go I watched this video multiple times and I didn’t see the dude reach for the officers gun. The officer was trying to pull the mans arms out and the man was trying to pull them back in and the second time it happened the man pulls his arms back and trys to put his head up there for more leverage and the officer punches him in the face. 1) Do your damn job right and handcuff the drunk fucks hands behind his back not in front, their is 4 or 5 of you Police officers and 1 dumbass. 2) His hands are handcuffed together and the officers are tasering the hell out of him and you punch him in the face with three other officers on his back holding him down looking at his ass? This is Police brutality no matter if the dude was screwed up bc if they would of done their job right the situation would of never happened.

      Posted by KD on my buddy Supermans account………….. thank you have a nice day!

      • ILChiefan

        He was trying to gain better leverage by biting the cop? You consider a very minor punch (really little more than a slap………don’t you have brothers?) after a drunken fool tries to bite you ‘police brutality’? The three cops there could have been beating the living crap out of the guy but instead held him down to calm the situation. As a fan that doesn’t go to games to have beer thrown on me, I applaud this move. Just because it’s not on this tape of the moron reaching for the cop’s gun doesn’t mean it didn’t happen (we didn’t see what led to him being on the ground in the first place) – but what IS on this video does warrant the treatment he got.

        • Brennan Ransdell

          Let me guess, cop or ex-cop??? NEVER does any action merit a peace officer punching or tasing a citizen unless in self defense. What country do you come from?

          • ILChiefan

            Never was a cop. Is biting not an attack? Plus, we don’t know what this jerk did before the phones started recording, so I’m of the belief that this jackass got what was coming to him. If this guy was so belligerent that three cops had to subdue him and he is STILL on the offensive, then I have no sympathy for him. He tried to bite (proof on the tape) plus whatever else he may have done (non-recorded)……he ‘earned’ whatever he got.
            And I still can’t believe you call that a ‘punch’.

          • superman_25_58

            If his hands were behind his back like they should of been in the first pace, this would not of happened and we wouldn’t be talking about it today. Moral of the story….. DO YOUR JOB RIGHT!!

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Even if done rightly, I don’t think a law officer would have the right to punch the guy in the face. Say the guy spits on him AFTER being handcuffed. Is it right? NO. Appropriate? Again, no. Should it give the officer the right to punch the guy in the face while the officer faces no real danger? I believe NO, it doesn’t.

          • Jeff

            “Rightly”? That’s not even a word. Score another one for your community college.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Rightly is a word, same as dumbass! And proper English grammar has accepted ending sentences in prepositions for about 15 years now as well as beginning sentences with conjunctions. So, take your backwoods education and shove it where the sun doesn’t shine, jerk!

          • Brennan Ransdell

            right·ly
            ˈrītlē/
            adverb
            1.
            correctly.
            “if I remember rightly, she never gives interviews”

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Never use a dictionary there, bub? It’s this little book with words and definitions for said words. You might want to use it before you say a word doesn’t exist. Now, go back to your hole, little man.

          • Jeff

            You are to be commended for such excellent grammar. You must be the pride of your community college.

          • Jeff

            You are to be commended for such excellent grammar. You must be the pride of your community college.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            See response below, Mr. Backwoods Professor!

        • superman_25_58

          You don’t handcuff a potentially dangerous persons hands in the front of them, instead you handcuff them behind their back essentially eliminating this kind of thing to happen in the first place……. Plain and simple, Do your jobs right!

        • Brennan Ransdell

          Was the officer in danger? NOPE. How many police officers were already on the guy and continually tasing him? NOWHERE did the guys behavior merit the treatment he got. Cuff him behind his back, and put him in the car. THAT’S their job, not assaulting the poor drunk bastard.

          • ILChiefan

            You’re a better person than me, Brennan, I guess. You refer to the guy as a ‘poor, drunk bastard’ and lay your sympathy on him. I choose to not give the poor, drunk bastard any sympathy. I stand by what I’ve said……he got what he deserved. I won’t convince you, and you won’t convince me. Have a nice day.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            I’ll remind you of that when our domestic military comes knocking on your door.

          • ILChiefan

            See, I was ready to let this go as an ‘agree to disagree’ matter, but you had to throw the whole paranoid ‘it can happen to you’ crap. Well, I don’t get drunk at football games, don’t throw my beer on other people, don’t (possibly) attempt to get a policeman’s gun, don’t attempt to bite an officer, nor still try and be on the offensive after being subdued. I follow the rules and expect others to as well – if they don’t, then I don’t have sympathy for them. For the third time…….he got what he deserved.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            You mean you don’t “allegedly” get drunk at football games, allegedly throw beer on people, allegedly try to get a policeman’s gun? I’m still looking for the bite there btw, and on the offensive???? The guy had several cops on him, being constantly tazed, and if you notice when they did finally get him up, he didn’t resist. Even if all the above were true, the guy might have “deserved” what he got, but it doesn’t defeat the fact that what the cops did is AGAINST THE LAW, moron. That’s my point! I hope someday you get what YOU deserve!

          • ILChiefan

            And what, pray tell, do I DESERVE? Do I deserve something because I have the audacity to disagree with you? You lost all credibility with your argument when you stopped relying on facts/opinions and began with the name calling (why am I a moron? why is a different poster a jerk?). And, to state you don’t see the bite attempt is simple denial (it directly precedes the oh-so-vicious, against the law, police brutality-roundhouse-haymaker that has you all up in arms). You’re not going to convince me, I’m not going to convince you. Although I don’t think you’re an idiot, we simply disagree. But now, you’re boring me, so I’m done. Have a good day.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Seems to me if you were truly done you would simply shut up. The man, if you actually watch objectively instead of through your tyrant-like mind, was biting at the zip ties. What I meant by what you deserve is to be in a situation where you are held helpless by the powers that be and are assaulted out of their aggravation and then see if you carry the same tune you do now. Also, simply because I call a spade a spade (i.e. you are a moron and the other poster a jerk) does not mean I lose credibility. Look at your reaction. That’s case in point. You refuse to recognize how these actions, whether you agree with them or not, as defined by law are police brutality. Would you prefer blinded idiot, simpleton, a person of low intelligence? Take your pick. The shoe still fits.

      • Brennan Ransdell

        Amen!

    • Brennan Ransdell

      The guy was restrained and you find it fine that an officer of the law punches a man in the face with his hands zip-tied? Not to mention look at the video. The guy was trying to keep his and the officer’s hands from being smashed in his face. Also notice, the guy wasn’t even resisting when they got up! This is a perfect example of the police state we live in, law officers not being bound to the same laws as citizens, and idiot gung ho “you have no idea what it’s like to be a police officer” bs statements coming from idiots like you. The officer didn’t hit the guy in the face to defend himself, he did it out of aggravation, and that, fellow citizen (though you shouldn’t have the right to be) is against the law!

      • paul pace

        Your a moron, I am a retired cop with 30 years so don’t tell me your bulsh@t! People like you are are the idiots so go tell your sh@t to some other moron because you have no idea what it is like to be on the streets. The guy tried to bite the officer so go peddle your liberal a@s bunk somewhere else! I have been spit at, swung on, kicked, and bit so until you know what it is like and have been on the streets as a cop I DONT WANT TO HEAR IT jerk!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • Brennan Ransdell

          Ha! That explains a lot! First, if you are going to call someone a moron, you might want to know the difference between “your” and “you’re.” You don’t know me from Adam there either bub, so don’t preach to me about not knowing what it’s like. Seems to me you are a PRIME example of the “above the law authoritative” type of cop and what gives the rest of them a bad name. Thankfully, you’re retired!

          • paul pace

            Whatever….bub! I am glad I am retired so I don’t have to be around people like you anymore! Your still an idiot and quite frankly not worth my time in even discussing it with someone like you! So, with that being said I am not going to respond to you anymore after this. You, like most civilains have no clue in what you are talking about when it comes to things like this because you haven’t walked in my shoes or any other police officer’s shoes, So I AM DONE WITH YOU!! To think I risked my life for people like you for 30 years! There are people, with the apparent exception of you, that do appreciate law enforcement officers and understand the risks they take everyday they go to work while you are safe and sound in your home. Again, I am not going to respond to you again because you are just not worth it!! You have a nice day bub!!!!

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Grammatical errors aside, what exactly do you mean by “people like me?” Ones that recognize we live in a police state and individuals such as yourself have abused that authority for years? We have built a domestic military to keep our own citizens in check. For those officers that ARE there to protect and serve, I salute you, but they have become the exception, not the rule. Case in point, the officer punching an already subdued man in the face simply out of frustration. That, my friend, IS AGAINST THE LAW! But because he is a police officer, he’s not bound to the same law??? Do us law abiding citizens a favor, and remain retired. Hopefully, you didn’t procreate either.

          • Jeff

            Speaking of grammatical errors Mr. Jackass, since when do we end sentences on a preposition?

          • Brennan Ransdell

            It’s been commonly accepted by all major style sheets for over a decade, IDIOT!

          • Jeff

            Style sheets are great for people without an education. Who is the idiot? You should go look in that mirror again, Mr. Jackass.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            So, let me get this straight… Anyone that has ever published any scholarly work of any kind is an idiot? You’ll have to explain that one, Mr. Genius. Apparently, I’m just too simple to understand how the smartest minds in the world are idiots.

          • Jeff

            You said it. Frankly, I’m surprised you had the wherewithal to come up with the word, “scholarly”. I do not believe you have published so much as a phone number on a McDonald’s napkin.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Notice I was not referring to myself, and not promoting my own credentials, which you know nothing of. You try to insult me with incorrect statements, not even recognizing common words that do exist and that I have used RIGHTLY, probably had to google a synonym for “ability” to sound witty, and your insults hold no merit. Thus, insult away. You’re simply making yourself look like even more of a charlatan and nitwit. Now, answer the fucking question instead of spouting forth more drivel in your poor attempts to put me down.

          • Jeff

            Still ending sentences with prepositions, but no worries; I don’t really care. I poke at you because you are behaving like an unprincipled ass, and it has no place in a public forum. You’re here defending public drunkenness, and how those bad, evil, policeman were hurting the poor crook. That’s your opinion. Perhaps that is how things are down in Columbia, but not up here. There is no answer to your question because you have no bonafide question. I happen to have met the officer in question. He is a decent and honorable man who does a thankless job. Your attack upon him is just plain wrong. The drunk attempted to bite him, and for this he was bitch slapped. There was no “punch”, and that sap was so drunk, he didn’t even feel it. The officers involved have already been cleared by the Department and Jackson county.

            What really is this about? I am simply giving you a dose of your own medicine. And a lesson. You really should be more careful about the information you put on the internet. You’ve already revealed your address and photo. Fortunately for you, I actually am an above board guy. In a previous occupation, I used to skip trace people, professionally. Please don’t take this the wrong way, but you were no challenge at all. It took me exactly six minutes to find your location, and a good starting point to finding YOU.

            That kind of carelessness is pathological, and it really speaks to youth and inexperience. Older folks, we are a bit more cautious. And better mannered. Believe it or not, I actually do not get my jollies insulting people. It makes me distinctly uncomfortable. Having been in the Army, I have a great deal of respect for law enforcement, and the thankless jobs that they perform, at a rate of pay that is far less than the private sector. There is a mindset to these people that is quite noble, and ought to be respected. You can disagree all you want; but you have never been in their position, and know nothing of the situation, other than a poorly made video.

            That video, incidentally, did not capture the action that went on afterwards. Two of the officers involved required medical attention. The perp’s actions, at all stages, was legally and morally unacceptable. He made his own bed; he could have followed instructions from the start and simply left. He chose to resist, and once he did that, the rules changed a bit. Actually, they changed quite a lot. The officers went out of their way to make sure that the guy was not injured, but they were quite determined to finish the job. You can complain if you disagree; the Chief’s name is Darrel Forte’. No doubt by now he has a public response.

            You’re going to find out later in life that there really is a right and wrong, and defending the wrong will merely make your life harder. In all honesty, I apologize for offending you. It really isn’t my way. But I won’t stand by and let public servants, retired or not, be senselessly attacked…even if it is only in writing. Here in Kansas City, what the KCMO PD did was, by our standards, acceptable, legal, and justified. Sorry if anyone does not agree, but that is just the way it is, and it would be a fool’s errand to expect change.

            Really, from here on out…use more care. Never, ever, ever, use your real name or ridiculously simple passwords. You really never know who you might have offended.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Again, get out of the stone ages. It is perfectly acceptable grammar to end sentences in prepositions. If you don’t understand that, then who exactly is uneducated here? Nowhere have I defended public drunkenness. I also was being facetious when I said the “poor drunk,” apparently something you are not capable of grasping. Of course those in Jackson County are going to take care of their own. The drunk in question still has a lawsuit pending against them, and rightly so. What the officers did was police brutality, plain and simple. That is not opinion; it is fact by definition. The man should have been detained, read his rights and taken to jail. He should not have been tazed repeatedly while being held down by three officers and punched, yes punched, not bitch slapped as you put it, in the face. That behaviour is unacceptable and illegal, just as much so as the drunkenness and behavior of the perp.

            As far as what I have “revealed,” yes, I use my real name. I have nothing to hide. In regard to my address, you’ve no idea where I live, but I can tell you it isn’t Columbia. I’m not as dumb as you purport me to be, thank you. You’ve found nothing when you think you actually have. Even then, I am afraid of no man, so if anyone takes offense to anything I have to say, and actually does (unlike you claim you do) know where I live, by all means, come meet me. I would be happy to greet you with a wink from behind my 12 gauge. And by the way, your IP address wasn’t that difficult to locate via pinging and getting your EXACT location seconds later was just as simple. So, do preach to me about security asshole.

            Better mannered? You and your cohorts were just as substantially rude and ill mannered as myself, and your arguments based on illogic.You spouted forth insults that would make your mother turn in her grave if you ever even had one. You’ve taught me absolutely no lesson other than I am right that we live in a police state and that said police state is accepted openly by other authoritative, pretentious, and condescending pricks as yourself.

            Having been in the Marines myself, I have the upmost respect for LAW ABIDING CIVIL SERVANTS, not overbearing authoritative punks who became cops because they got picked on as children and use it as an excuse to assault those that are already subdued. Maybe you learned right and wrong differently in the Army, but I can tell you this. You know nothing of respect for the rights of the people.

            “Your older and wiser” bullshit is just that, bullshit. These officers abused their authority, it was caught on video (that actually wasn’t poorly made), and yet you still defend them. As far as “acceptable, legal, and justified,” let’s see how much this “menace to society” gets paid because of these officers’ actions. Don’t count your chickens before your eggs hatch.

            Really, from here on out…use more care not to piss off the wrong person. Real name or not, you were extremely easy to find using basic technology, and if you insult me again, I will make your location public knowledge along with your name. Keep your condescending tone, and ridiculous notions to yourself.

            You’re going to find out later in life, on your deathbed, if you are lucky enough to have one, that you’re not half as bright as you think, and your arrogance is a transparent sign of your antiquity and overconfidence in trusting our government at any level. I honestly do pity you and your pathetic acceptance of the police state we live in.

          • Jeff

            You definitely need medications. Take some time, go see a doctor. Maybe you’re not who I think you are, I actually do not care; but you have a twin in Columbia. Imagine that. For all your supposed tech savvy, have you not heard of an aliased IP? Son, I’ve been doing this for longer than you’ve been alive. Do not worry. I would never pull a weapon on you, though I do have a whole lot more than a 12 gauge. And a sharpshooter qualification to back it all up, for that matter. But no. Your insolence does not rise to that level. What you need is a good old fashioned hickory switch out at the proverbial woodshed. Had your parents bothered with this a few years back, you would not now be the future burden to society that now seems inevitable. I, however, am done with this nonsense. Good luck in prison. I sincerely hope that someday you find your way past all of your anger issues.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            I’m fine thank you, and no, no twin in Columbia. That’s where it SAYS I live. I worked around your aliased IP, jackass. It’s very basic software. Anytime you want to bring your hickory stick, go ahead old man. I’ll take it from you and teach you a lesson they apparently never did in the Army. What you need is someone to bring you down to size, and I would be more than happy to appease, with no anger, and smiling as I do it. Funny how I’m not even angry. It seems to me that, again, as you constantly call the kettle black, you are. Insult my parents again, I actually dare you to do that, because then I will become angry, and I assure you, that is a pandora’s box your old ass doesn’t want to open. I hope someday you find your way…to your grave…and do everyone on this planet a favor. It might actually raise the average IQ level of the state, so it’s a win win!

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Really, I am all smiles right now, and you’ve proven yourself to be a sad little old man. Have fun rotting away what little existence (if you can call something so pathetic such) you have left.

          • Brennan Ransdell
          • Brennan Ransdell

            So now you are a psychic, a psychologist, and an expert in English that doesn’t recognize commonly used words or proper grammar? Nowhere have I been arrogant. Nowhere have I said anything that wasn’t true. Nowhere have I expressed any more disdain or anger than yourself, and I am far from delusional. I also find your juvenile remarks about the supposed size of a man’s penis somewhat revealing and amusing. Is this where you expect me to comment about how it pleased your wife just fine? I hope she doesn’t forget and accidentally scream out my name next time you copulate. Really, jackass, grow up, get half a brain, and come back when you can actually argue the issue not throw out lame insults. And by the way, you still haven’t answered the question. Is that something you are incapable of?

          • Brennan Ransdell

            The preposition would be “with” not on. Do I need to continually point out how you are making my case for me by committing atrocities to the English language in your poor efforts to point out my supposed mistakes? I believe you are barking up the wrong tree, as it is obvious in a battle of wits you are shamelessly losing. It’s actually somewhat pathetic, and I feel sorry for you.

          • Jeff

            Speaking of grammatical errors Mr. Jackass, since when do we end sentences on a preposition?

          • superman_25_58

            So just bc he has a different view on one incident he is an idiot and doesn’t appreciate what law enforcement does for us “Civilians”? Lol what a joke.

          • paul pace

            No, everyone has a right to have their own opinion just like I had mine. But, it was how he expressed his opinion to me. He called me an idiot first when he responded to my first post when I expressed my initial opinion regarding the incident! I didn’t like being called an idiot just because I defended the arresting officers. So, you should read all the posts before you jump on me. LOL what a joke…you bet!!

          • Brennan Ransdell

            You are defending a PEACE OFFICER, ward of the state, a servant to the public, PUNCHING A SUBDUED MAN IN THE FACE WHEN SAID OFFICER FACES NO DANGER not to mention them continually tasing the guy who is already, again, subdued. Yes, in my mind, that makes you a bonafide idiot!

          • Jeff

            You could try not being such a jackass, but I see you are quite a professional at the position.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Pretty sure I lost my job to some jackass named Jeff.

          • Jeff

            You could try not being such a jackass, but I see you are quite a professional at the position.

          • Jeff

            Paul – you didn’t risk your life for guys like him. You risked your life for guys like me FROM guys like him, and we are eternally grateful and in your debt for your service. Odds are these antagonists are very young with little life experience. Their parents must be so proud. Don’t beat yourself up over them; they’ll learn, eventually. President Nixon once referred to the “great silent majority”. That is us, not them. The vocal few who hate law and order seem to garner all the attention, but they do not represent that great silent majority. Not even close.

            To everyone else; nowhere in the Constitution is there the right to be a publicly drunken ass. If that is your desire, I suggest that you might be a better fit for the Oakland Raiders, whose fans pride themselves on boorish behavior.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Wow, kettle black there much? What a blinded fool.

          • paul pace

            Thanks Jeff for your support. I truly appreciate it when I hear someone like you express your appreciation for what law enforcement officers do on a daily basis. I am honored to have served you as a public servant. I have come across people like Ransdell throughout my 30 years of law enforcement and have learned to ignore them because they just don’t matter, and that is why I stopped responding to his posts! Again, thank you for your support and I salute you brother!!

          • Brennan Ransdell

            I am no knucklehead, sir (and I use that term loosely). I have always respected those in law enforcement that are truly here to protect and serve…SERVANTS OF THE PUBLIC. Unfortunately, at least by your words, you are not one of them. You are very forthcoming with your comments that police brutality and abuse of authority are perfectly acceptable. You should be ashamed and are a disgrace to the decent police officers who are true public servants.

          • Jeff

            Let us agree to disagree. You are indeed a knucklehead, and much more, but public decorum prohibits uttering the phrase that best describes the mess that is you. Congratulations on making the fictional Forest Gump seem comparatively intelligent. You reveal your punk ass age by knowing nothing at all of the 70′s, thus identifying yourself as merely another ranting liberal retard. Besides being an unprincipled savage, you are no doubt a public freeloader and dope fiend, your mind rotted from excessive tattoo ink and meth. You’ve lost all ability to reason, and thus are unfit to carry on any sort of dialogue with humans. Now run along and go have a banana, you bloviating twit.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            You are so far off the mark that it is ridiculous. You make assumptions and throw out insults with no substance whatsoever and know absolutely nothing of me. I am a professional, with a professional degree, and far from a liberal. I’ve actually never voted for a progressive in my life. I’ve never accepted any money from the government, even when paying my own way through college, and I’ve never once been arrested. I do have two tattoos, that have meaning and are not excessive by any means. I also have more ability to reason in my little pinkie than you do in your entire body, which is obvious, if nothing else, because I can judge an act on its individual merit, not how I have been brainwashed to believe. If you want to agree to disagree, then shut the fuck up. Otherwise, I will continue to point out how factually and subjectively you are, simply put, misguided, hypocritical (as you are just as much if not more so ranting than myself), and, well, WRONG.

          • Jeff

            Yeah, life’s a bitch, that’s a fact.

          • None ofyour Business

            No, life’s grand. Pretty sure you’re the bitch.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            I love how you reference one of the most deceitful politicians that has ever disgraced the White House. LMAO. And no, it’s your type that is sounding the bullhorn and the silent masses are those that realize we live in a police state. This country’s government, and rightly so, is afraid of its own citizens. The “silent majority” recognize the domestic military being formed by our government and are beginning to get sick of the abuse of power.

          • Jeff

            Paul – you didn’t risk your life for guys like him. You risked your life for guys like me FROM guys like him, and we are eternally grateful and in your debt for your service. Odds are these antagonists are very young with little life experience. Their parents must be so proud. Don’t beat yourself up over them; they’ll learn, eventually. President Nixon once referred to the “great silent majority”. That is us, not them. The vocal few who hate law and order seem to garner all the attention, but they do not represent that great silent majority. Not even close.

            To everyone else; nowhere in the Constitution is there the right to be a publicly drunken ass. If that is your desire, I suggest that you might be a better fit for the Oakland Raiders, whose fans pride themselves on boorish behavior.

          • Brennan Ransdell

            Pretty sure you’re not going to respond because you’ve been weighed, measured, and don’t have the wit (much like your buddy Jeff) to do anything but sling insults and avoid the issues. You have a nice day yourself, girly!

        • superman_25_58

          You chose to be a cop knowing you were going to have to pursue criminals which in turn tells me that you knew what you were getting yourself into. You also knew the possibilities of anything could happen on any call that could potentially change your life. That’s your job, you chose it but you still have rules to follow and that guy was in no position to cause harm with 4-5 officers present at the time! If the police would of done their damn jobs right the situation would of never happened! So if you don’t like our view of things than go somewhere else.

          • paul pace

            The subject tried to bite the officer’s hand and that is when the officer hit him. I have been there many times, certainly more times than you! There was initially only two officers involved and then when the subject started to resist additional officers responded. I defended the officer for hitting this person because he (the subject) was trying to bite him. I have a right to express my opinion and I have a right to disagree with your opinion. I don’t know who you think you are but I don’t need to go anywhere and you certainly are not intimidating me. If you don’t like my views then you can go somewhere else buddy!!!!! Your so fast to judge these officers but you haven’t been in their shoes so I am done with you! You just don’t exist, so don’t go away mad just go away! Just like your friend, I am not going to respond to anymore of your posts because it is just a waste of time my time dealing with you! Have a nice day!

          • superman_25_58

            This is superman talking now and I can see points with both sides of the argument IMO. Either way to me I just wanna see my Chiefs keep winning……….. 3-0 baby!

  • chiefridgy

    I also read he kicked one of the officers in the nuts. I’m sorry, but u kick me in the nuts and its on.

    • Chris Tarrants

      Look on the bright side atliest he didn’t bite him in the nuts

      • chiefridgy

        Very true lol

  • Trent Taylor

    Always has to be an ignorant asshole around to ruin someone else’s good time.

    • w1LLz

      There ya go. I respect these officers for doing their job. I personally don’t take my kids to football games for this reason in particular. I don’t want to subject my kids to drunk morons who are looking for a fight and throwing up on their own shoes. If this dude was willing to attack police officers what would he do to just another fan that he may have a disagreement with?

  • jeffromac23

    If you watch the video the officer was trying to get his hands and while reaching for hit him in the face so I don’t know if you can really call it punch.

  • steve james

    This type of behavior has been mentioned a couple times today. I am saddened by this I have never seen this behaviour at Arrowhead in all my times there. It is a big place and clearly it does happen. I hate to see people being stupid. I don’t get it really. I can get HAMMERED and not be a fool and do something as suicidal as “allegedly” reaching for an officers gun. As was said by Trent all it takes is one ignorant butthole. I don’t think it took the alcohol to get him there either. Most of the time alcohol just intensifies your traits. It doesn’t invent new ones.

  • obrien5

    In a related story Dexter McCluster has decided to change his number after watching this video.

    • chiefridgy

      Hahaha

  • Jim Harper

    Not very pretty. Only thing that bothered me was the officers clearly had the numbers to subdue him and why they did not handcuff him with his hands behind his back baffled me. Personally I hate guys like that at the game but fortunately that is a pretty rare incident at Arrowhead. Anyone throwing beer needs ejected immediately.

  • tomflex

    In law enforcement and this goes for armed security, going for an officers gun is exactly the same as going for your own gun….When that happens rules carry no weight….It’s life and death.

  • kcsparky

    Wow….what a dolt! After being tased twice and still able to resist? Me thinks that there was more in his system than beer!! Let me see….game ticket plus stadium beer(s)(wasted), now add assault on a police officer on top of drunk and dumb……er, disorderly = one VERY expensive trip to Arrowhead!!!

  • Danny W

    Don’t taze me bro.

  • michael mckee

    Fuck the police!!!!

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