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Man led by rope says video of arrest made him feel shame

Man led by rope says video of arrest made him feel shame

A homeless man who was led by a rope by two officers on horseback in a southeast Texas city, has said he was overcome with shame after watching a video of his arrest. Donald Neely has been arrested nearly 50 times previously, mostly for trespassing. Diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, he said he hopes the video prompts a conversation about the way police handle mentally ill suspects.

RebornZA 1 year

Maybe it's the crime you committed, that lead you to be "roped" that you should feel shame about.

Maesterfully 1 year

If he feels shame about being arrested maybe he shouldn't have committed a crime?

IvoryDove 1 year

Criminals should feel shame.

Dawlben 1 year

How are they to know someone is mentally ill?

Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 1 year

I don't think it matters which way. You're going to be embarrassed if you get arrested maybe the issue isn't the cop but you committing crimes?

porcus 1 year

LOL. I don't think he should be feeling proud; shame does seem appropriate.

Ben B.
Ben B. 1 year

Notice how they feel shame for being arrested, not for the crimes they committed. Cry me a river

Just Max
Just Max 1 year

Feelings Alert!!

ConcealCarryProtect 1 year

I would hope it would.

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 1 year

50 arrests and no shame till now? Sounds like someone should have been hog tied long ago.

neo the one
neo the one 1 year

nope... no comment... pass

Foofie Dumplings
Foofie Dumplings 1 year

I understand the whole tough on crime thing with the right, but this story was indecent and a bad look for cops.

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