Studio 2.8 Video - Watch Seattle Police Arrest Procedure and Safety Protocol During the 2020 COVID19 Corona Virus Crisis
In this Studio 2.8 video, watch Seattle Police procedure and safety protocol during an arrest in downtown Seattle, WA during the 2020 COVID19 corona virus crisis. This Studio 2.8 photography video was produced in downtown Seattle at the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Pike Street in the heart of the Seattle "drug dealer central", known as "The Blade" to people locally.
Notice that the Seattle Police were wearing nitrile gloves as they arrested the man in this video clip. Notice also that none of the Seattle Police officers were wearing face masks. Notice also, the amount of distance, or lack thereof, between the police officers, and between the officers and the accused man in handcuffs.
Please take notice that in the U.S., all accused people under arrest are presumed innocent until lawfully convicted in a court of law with competent jurisdiction, and only after constitutional due process. Notably as well, the "cover" officer was angry because a passerby, whose racist opinions can be heard in the video, assaulted and spat on the Studio 2.8 videographer that produced this Studio 2.8 exclusive documentary video clip.