VIDEO: Outrage Over 'Brutality' After Cop's Tactic To Get Suspect In Car

A viral cell phone video showed a Montreal police officer picking up a suspect and shoving him in the back of a car.

Montreal, CANADA – A video of a Montreal police officer picking up a non-compliant suspect to stuff him into the back of a patrol car for transport has gone viral and generated criticism of the officer’s tactics (video below).

The incident occurred just after 5 a.m. on July 1 after police responded to a call about suspicious activity in a parking garage, according to the CBC.

A customer had alerted the restaurant next door to the parking garage, and they contacted the police.

Police arrived and arrested one young man, the CBC reported.

A passerby stopped to film the arrest on his cell phone.

Jahmensky Lubin told CBC that he was walking home from work when he came up on the scene and stopped to watch.

Lubin said he became suspicious because it seemed like police had frisked the man for an unusually long time, so he started filming the incident.

“Before I got there, it wasn't a violent situation," he told CBC.

The video began with two officers and the suspect standing by the open rear passenger door of the police car.

A split-second later, the male officer took the suspect to the ground and said something to him.

The man filming the video began heckling the police officers as soon as he started filming, the video showed. Most of the dialog in the video was in French, with a little English mixed in.

The suspect remained on the ground for less than 10 seconds before the male officer pulled him back up to his feet and stood him up next to the police vehicle again.

The video showed that the suspect, although he remained calm, resisted the officer’s attempts to get him to sit down in the back of the police car.

So the officer picked him up around the waist, turned the man parallel to the sidewalk, and quickly shoved him into the police car, the video showed.

The video showed the officer took care to make sure the car door would not hit the suspect in the head before he closed it.

But the man filming was still horrified.

“Yo, what the f--k are you doing? Are you stupid? Does that make sense?” Lubin yelled at the officer in English.

The officer took absolutely no notice of the man filming and criticizing him and jumped into the front passenger seat of the police car, ready to leave, the video showed.

Then the officer’s female partner approached Lubin and asked him to back away from the police car, CBC reported.

Lubin argued with her until the male officer got out of the car to back up his partner.

The officer told Lubin, in French, that they were there in response to a citizen complaint and then the video ended.

Lubin told the CBC that he thought the use of force was excessive.

Former Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Officer Alain Babineau agreed that he thought the amount of force the Montreal officer used on the suspect "appears to be excessive at first sight."

Babineau now works for the Centre for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR), according to CBC.

The former police officer said he thought the suspect could have been injured by the way the officer put him in the back of the patrol vehicle.

"You see a great deal of force in use by the police officers, and on someone who is much smaller and also handcuffed,” he told CBC.

The Montreal police refused to comment on the incident other than to say that it was under “analysis” by local police.

Watch video of the incident below:

Comments (68)
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Iconnoclast
Iconnoclast

Everyone wants to resist or mouth off and win the ghetto lottery.

LitheSteel
LitheSteel

That was awesome and hilarious at the same time. Blacks have to make a scene out of every and anything.

BobIn704
BobIn704

Why didn't any of the snowflakes standing around help? Move on..this is not a story, but just something else to bitch about. Cops have a hard enough time without pussy bystanders trying to act like armchair attorneys!

DieselDawg
DieselDawg

It looks like some of the "vibrant culture" of Detroit has crossed the border into Toronto.

Ljubica48
Ljubica48

While it is quite obvious that Jahmensky Lubin is just another clueless and ignorant moron, I'd be curious as to why "former" Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Officer Alain Babineau is a "former" RCMP. Probably flunked Remedial Patrol Tactics 101.

JBo
JBo

“Before I got there, it wasn't a violent situation,"

How would you know?

TroyS
TroyS

how about the guy that filmed this just shut the fuck up and mind his own concerns.

JBo
JBo

"So the officer picked him up around the waist, turned the man parallel to the sidewalk, and quickly shoved him into the police car."

Kinda like flushing the toilet.

Lesstalkmoreaction
Lesstalkmoreaction

The only thing worth noting is that the female officer is smokin' hot.

starrman69
starrman69

Wow! Nice job of a "Cuff & Stuff" Professional action. " I can do what the fuck I want" in a repeated fashion is a typical anti-intelligent comment common in most circumstances. On a side note, the female officer is drop dead gorgeous..sigh...

Just-My-Thoughts
Just-My-Thoughts

There ya go, Trudeau has them too. It's happening everywhere, I'm sure the guy didn't do nuffin......I wonder if Montreal or all of Canada has a lottery payout like the US cities do. Just hobble everyone and slide them on in.. quick as a whistle.

jrm 1607
jrm 1607

I don't see an issue. Fail to comply at our own risk.

frog1211
frog1211

This is ridiculous!!! I am so tired of people telling the police how to do their jobs!! You wouldn't like it if I came into your work place, video tape you doing your job, and then telling you you're doing it all wrong. Leave the cops alone and let them do the jobs they were trained to do!!!

Fire_and_Steel
Fire_and_Steel

So apparently Canada has its own population of snowflakes, and not the kind that show up because it's the Great White North, eh? Maybe some of them actually did move out of the US because they didn't like the results of the 2016 election. What the hell ind of name is "Jahmensky Lubin"? Sounds like a character from a Sacha Baron Cohen parody. Lubin should go get a large container of "personal lubin'," grease up his cell phone, and stuff it where the sun doesn't shine.

BerettaAPX
BerettaAPX

Even in Canada, blacks seem to have a hard time obeying the law or simple commands. As to the asshat filming...yes it makes sense you fucking moron

BruthaV
BruthaV

The scourge of mankind ruining every society like a metastasizing cancer.

Bud
Bud

It's bad enough that they had to contend with this moron, then they had to endure monday morning quarterback by a retired mountie. Bottom line, if you don't want your feelings hurt, comply.

lauraaz
lauraaz

Blacks behaving badly, now an international problem!

Burgers Allday
Burgers Allday

Sounds like Quebec has different standards for the popo than the Deep South.

1sam80
1sam80

I will translate the cammer for everyboy. " He didnt do nuffin , eh "

HAWAIIBLUE
HAWAIIBLUE

Great example of “adapt and overcome!” No matter what country, those entitled black people will always be “entitled”. And the idiot taking the video, Lol, I’m sure he knows everything about policing. Idiots like these filing have nothing better to do but try and stir up shit.

Firstjohnfour
Firstjohnfour

Epic.

JTAII
JTAII

Idiot should just have gotten in the car. Good job officer.

THEDUKE
THEDUKE

Its Dindu NuthinEh?...........Now lets go get some pancakes !

LEO0301
LEO0301

"Former Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Officer Alain Babineau agreed that he thought the amount of force the Montreal officer used on the suspect "appears to be excessive at first sight." I guess when you can no longer do the job as a RCMP the next thing is to become a critic. I watched the video and saw nothing wrong with the tactics. The criminal obviously didn't want to get in the back seat on his own free will so the officer was kind enough to gently put him in. Not sure how that equates to excessive force. On a side note, I have officially reached the status of a dirty old man. That female officer was smokin'!

trainbuff
trainbuff

Excessive force where? I've collapsed ironing boards with much more authority than this! Lol!

I guess those than can do, those that can't become critics.

IseeWhereThisIsGoing
IseeWhereThisIsGoing

Serious question: suspect is resisting attempts by PD to get him into the car..... What is the is the proper way to get him into the car, that doesn't involve "excessive force?"

Cops kid
Cops kid

Someone should explain the phrase"let's toss this guy"... Canadians take things very literally. Maybe next time someone opens the door for him he'll get in without giving shit... Cop's are not in the shit business

Mig Alley
Mig Alley

The Amish have moved north? /s

186
186

Somehow I get the impression that Montreal PD doesn't give a rats ass about the mouthy guy filming or the miscreants feelings. Tourists should remember The US Constitution does not extend into Canada

killer93
killer93

If anything, she's cute in her uniform

ytnewton
ytnewton

Mumble mouth on the mic...

Wish505
Wish505

Getting to the TND is an everyday happening. They have the honor of having the most stupidest people walking the face of the earth.

Dr Shoe
Dr Shoe

"Diversity is our strength" That's what you get when you hire a Castro to ruin your country!

sdba069
sdba069

Compliance with the police will generally save you getting your ass handed to you. Apparently, he didn't want to get in the police car, so they put him in the police car. More info, more video might clear this up.

new2lv2
new2lv2

Not our country, not our business. We have no idea what their use of force polices are. Any opinion on this from outside Canada should be null and void.

Anomie88
Anomie88

The officer used just the amount of force necessary to overcome the resistance. End of story. You know what was excessive? The moron video-taping and hoping for a payday from TMZ or some other rag. If you aren't part of the solution, you're part of the problem.

James R
James R

Can't argue with quick painless results. Don't see why a couple of more didn't get a ride.

Smiles12
Smiles12

Looks like a little brown stain in those Underoos.

sanman899
sanman899

I see they have democRats too.

THEDUKE
THEDUKE

Homie Hood again.

Dutchuncle
Dutchuncle

Would LOVE to put that moron taking this video in a uniform and have him patrol the projects for a month. He would soon realize just how "F"ed up he really IS.

Terminaters168
Terminaters168

Ignorant black again. What a shock

maxx1676
maxx1676

They say racism is learned, and that is true. As a child I would never think of being racist to any minority. But as I matured and saw the violence of blacks against innocent people who had nothing to do with whatever blacks picked as a trigger. Now I just don't have any use for them. I do not want to live near them...and do not want to associate with them. It's a part of their "culture". Loud, brash behavior totally lacking in self- control...In a word, uncivilized. Acknowledging the problem often results in being called racist.... "for pointing out reality".

vwiles34
vwiles34

When did all these so called men lose their balls? It use to be if a guy came upon an officer dealing with someone who was resisting they'd join in and assist the officer. Now these cell phone junkies start filming. They should invite this guy down to the jail and have an inmate agree to resist this guy as he tries to put him in a patrol car. But first sign a waver to release them from being held responsible for any injuries. Tell the inmate if the guy can't get him secured in the car he gets $ 20.00 on his commissary account.