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I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
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I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
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It took 20 minutes.



1) Took @PressSec Sarah Sanders' video of briefing
2) Tinted red and made transparent over CSPAN video
3) Red motion is when they doctored video speed
4) Sped up to make Jim Acosta's motion look like a chop


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I urge OP to get a life.

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I urge OP to get a life.

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Chop? He was an angry privileged white male who laid hands on a woman. Nudge, flick, bump, tap.... Doesn't matter. If she were a cop trying to recover her departments equipment and he did that... He had no business touching her. There is no way to justify it.
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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:55 AM)
Chop? He was an angry privileged white male who laid hands on a woman. Nudge, flick, bump, tap.... Doesn't matter. If she were a cop trying to recover her departments equipment and he did that... He had no business touching her. There is no way to justify it.
Glfqnsfk

She moved into his personal space ,he casually brushed her hand aside... end of story.


Quote:Personal Space Law and Legal Definition

Personal space is an approximate area surrounding an individual in which other people should not physically violate in order for them to feel comfortable and secure. It is the zone around individuals which they regard as psychologically theirs. The amount of personal space required for any given person is subjective. It also depends on how well you know the other person. The more intimate the relationship, the less personal space is involved.

The law does not recognize a specific crime or civil action based on violation of personal space per se. However, the law does recognize various actions based on assault, harassment and unwelcome touching.

https://definitions.uslegal.com/p/personal-space/

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The red tint isn't there on the karate chop to the arm.. good thing its Acosta and not Chuck Norris... otherwise she'd be missing that arm
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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:59 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:55 AM)
Chop? He was an angry privileged white male who laid hands on a woman. Nudge, flick, bump, tap.... Doesn't matter. If she were a cop trying to recover her departments equipment and he did that... He had no business touching her. There is no way to justify it.
Glfqnsfk

She moved into his personal space ,he casually brushed her hand aside... end of story.


Quote:Personal Space Law and Legal Definition

Personal space is an approximate area surrounding an individual in which other people should not physically violate in order for them to feel comfortable and secure. It is the zone around individuals which they regard as psychologically theirs. The amount of personal space required for any given person is subjective. It also depends on how well you know the other person. The more intimate the relationship, the less personal space is involved.

The law does not recognize a specific crime or civil action based on violation of personal space per se. However, the law does recognize various actions based on assault, harassment and unwelcome touching.

https://definitions.uslegal.com/p/personal-space/

He was at her place of employment. He was a guest in her place. Her space. Imagine if he laid his hands on a cop who was trying to retrieve their equipment while inside a police station. Her space.....
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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
Look at the intern look to Orange for approval
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Post: #10
RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 02:08 AM)
Look at the intern look to Orange for approval

Yes, it was staged.

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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
I urge every newsroom to police their reporters better so that assholes like Acosta don't have to have the sh*t kicked out of them for being rude assholes.

I think the perfect solution to this is to have a big burly secret service agent manage the microphone.

People like Acosta are generally a lot nicer to someone who can mop up the floor with them. Bullies usually are.
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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 02:08 AM)
Look at the intern look to Orange for approval

More like looking for orders and forgiveness for having trouble dealing with the asshole Acosta
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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 02:07 AM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:59 AM)
Glfqnsfk

She moved into his personal space ,he casually brushed her hand aside... end of story.



https://definitions.uslegal.com/p/personal-space/

He was at her place of employment. He was a guest in her place. Her space. Imagine if he laid his hands on a cop who was trying to retrieve their equipment while inside a police station. Her space.....

Quote:New York City Workplace Physical Harassment Attorney

Unwelcome touching or grabbing is one of the most common and traumatic forms of workplace harassment. This form of harassment can leave physical and mental damages and prevent employees from doing their jobs or wanting to return to work, which is why speaking to a New York City workplace physical harassment lawyer is crucial.

Federal and New York state anti discrimination laws make unwelcome touching in the workplace illegal. Victims of sexual harassment in the workplace shouldn’t be afraid of employer retaliation when coming forward about unwanted conduct. An experienced New York City workplace physical harassment lawyer can help stop the problem and obtain financial compensation for damages.
When Is Touching Physical Considered Harassment?

What one person feels is friendliness or an expression of affection may be what another perceives as workplace harassment in New York City. It can be difficult to draw the line between what’s illegal and what’s legal. Typically, touching crosses the line to discrimination and harassment if it’s unwelcome, inappropriate, or violent. If touching makes you feel uncomfortable or victimized in the workplace, it’s harassment—whether it’s a manager massaging your shoulders without you asking or a physical confrontation in the break room.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines harassment loosely. Harassment is unwelcome conduct based on an individual’s characteristics (such as race or gender) that is severe or pervasive enough to create an intimidating, abusive, or hostile work environment. From this definition, many forms of touching can qualify as harassment if it’s unwanted and makes a workplace hostile:

Hand holding
Inappropriate physical contact
Massaging
Groping
Unwanted sexual contact
Physical assaults
http://employeejustice.com/practice-area...ggrabbing/

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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (11-09-2018 02:22 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 02:07 AM)
He was at her place of employment. He was a guest in her place. Her space. Imagine if he laid his hands on a cop who was trying to retrieve their equipment while inside a police station. Her space.....

Quote:New York City Workplace Physical Harassment Attorney

Unwelcome touching or grabbing is one of the most common and traumatic forms of workplace harassment. This form of harassment can leave physical and mental damages and prevent employees from doing their jobs or wanting to return to work, which is why speaking to a New York City workplace physical harassment lawyer is crucial.

Federal and New York state anti discrimination laws make unwelcome touching in the workplace illegal. Victims of sexual harassment in the workplace shouldn’t be afraid of employer retaliation when coming forward about unwanted conduct. An experienced New York City workplace physical harassment lawyer can help stop the problem and obtain financial compensation for damages.
When Is Touching Physical Considered Harassment?

What one person feels is friendliness or an expression of affection may be what another perceives as workplace harassment in New York City. It can be difficult to draw the line between what’s illegal and what’s legal. Typically, touching crosses the line to discrimination and harassment if it’s unwelcome, inappropriate, or violent. If touching makes you feel uncomfortable or victimized in the workplace, it’s harassment—whether it’s a manager massaging your shoulders without you asking or a physical confrontation in the break room.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines harassment loosely. Harassment is unwelcome conduct based on an individual’s characteristics (such as race or gender) that is severe or pervasive enough to create an intimidating, abusive, or hostile work environment. From this definition, many forms of touching can qualify as harassment if it’s unwanted and makes a workplace hostile:

Hand holding
Inappropriate physical contact
Massaging
Groping
Unwanted sexual contact
Physical assaults
http://employeejustice.com/practice-area...ggrabbing/

He was angry and put his hands on her. Spin it all you want but wrong is wrong. What he did was wrong.
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RE: I urge any newsroom to overlay the videos in a similar way to confirm my finding.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 01:50 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-09-2018 12:57 AM)
I urge OP to get a life.

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