The video of the arrest of this unarmed woman went mega-viral earlier this week, racking up over 60,000 retweets and 80,000+ likes as of the writing of this post.

“That is unnecessary,” the narrator says. “We got one, two, three, four, five guns pointed at this unarmed woman. She has nothing in her fricking hands. F*ck the police.”

Check it out:

BUT SURPRISE! The woman was arrested “on a felony kidnapping warrant”:

And the kidnapping was pretty violent with an actor and actress being held hostage for 30 hours in exchange for a $10,000 ransom:

From the Los Angeles Times:

Prosecutors said Stewart, Jones and Neal went to the home of actress Daisy McCrackin and “pistol whipped” actor Joseph Capone before placing black hoods on both victims. Capone was then taken hostage at a Compton home, where he was stripped naked and held in a bathtub without food for about 30 hours, according to the district attorney’s office.

While Jones held Capone hostage, Neal and Stewart drove McCrackin to several banks and forced her to write a check for $10,000 to secure Capone’s release. McCrackin was then taken back to her home, where she managed to escape and alert police.

In other words, the cops were HEROES — again.

After finding out the woman was a wanted felon who was involved in a violent kidnapping, the guy who shot the video doubled-down on how he thought the cops acted inappropriately:

No, no, no. The point is that it’s impossible for cops to know if the woman they suspected of committing multiple violent felonies over the course of 30 hours has a concealed weapon or not. The point is that cops arrested the wanted violent felon without any injury to the wanted violent felon. The point is, the cops did their job and they did it well. Just give it up.

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