During the course of my life I have taught police classes on the history of crime and respect the vast majority of those who risk their lives seeking to protect citizens. However, every so often one comes across an example of a cop gone wild with dreams of power. Mr. Aaron Tatkowski had just arrived home when he noted the car of his daughter-in-law halted by a policeman. The cop was yelling at her so Mr. Tatkowski went over to inquire the nature of the problem. Officer Eric Hart was furious at the woman who challenged his right to pull her over for what appeared to be something wrong with a sticker. Hart then turned on Mr.Tatkowski, threw him to the ground, grabbed his 14 year old son and his girl friend who soon joined him on the pavement. Hart pointed his stun gun at those on the ground. He then handcuffed the dangerous 14 year old boy, yanked the father by his belt and made everyone realize he had an angry heart.
Neighbors were confused because they did not observe anyone other than Mr. Hart being angry shouting curses. It turns out Mr. Hart is a part-time policeman. Just another example of the George Zimmerman episode only no one got killed.