No matter why you are in them, they are just torture, plain and simple.

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Why are Torture Cuffs so BAD?

Handcuffs can be considered a form of physical restraint, and when used excessively or improperly, they can cause pain, discomfort, and injury to the person being restrained.


Why end the use of Torture Cuffs?

There are several reasons why the use of handcuffs as a form of detainment by law enforcement agencies should be reconsidered and potentially removed.
First, the use of handcuffs can be detrimental to the health and well-being of those who are detained. According to [1], if a person is unconscious or has no vital signs, it is essential that handcuffs be removed to allow for proper medical aid. This principle applies to any case where the health and well-being of the person detained are at risk and highlights the importance of considering the potential harm caused by the use of handcuffs.

Federal and State Laws

What are the Federal and State laws on handcuffing citizens?

Federal Laws on handcuffing citizens are governed by the Federal Circuit Courts of Appeals in the Second and Eighth Circuits. According to the FBI legal digest

The ruling in court

What are the laws regarding handcuffing a citizen?

The laws regarding the use of handcuffs on citizens vary by jurisdiction, but generally speaking, law enforcement officers are allowed to use handcuffs when making an arrest or detaining someone for questioning.

Cops are scared, but citizens are TERRIFIED!

Why do law enforcement get so scared, when citizens have the threats against themselves?

Law enforcement officers are trained to be aware of potential threats and to take appropriate action to protect themselves and others. They are often called upon to respond to dangerous situations, such as those

Law Enforcement doesn't realize that the majority of citizens are peaceful.

One way to help law enforcement realize that the majority of citizens are peaceful and pose no threat to them or other citizens is to foster positive and open communication between the community and law enforcement.