In the interest of full disclosure, I have a labor lawyer brother who represents police and fire, so I definitely hear that side of the story, and at the same time I have had a life time association with civil rights, peace and economic justice causes. I have sympathy for police who must make quick judgement calls, but I want the well being civil rights of all suspects to be protected. I remember sitting across the street from a beating by two police officers of a drug suspect on Imperial Ave. in San Diego who was on the ground and definitely not resisting. I remember feeling helpless, unable to do anything to help him, because I didn't even know who he was to contact his lawyer later. Of course I recognized he might have said something to make the policemen feel threatened. But once a suspect is subdued, force has to be minimized to what will keep him constrained.
Sorry I only have a Facebook link to Miles photos. If he has a blog site to post them or wants to share them directly, I can provide more universal links. https://www.facebook.com/album.php?fbid=177063375677538&id=100001216312779&aid=64860