I think the police should drop this rapist-suspect off at the house of the people objecting to the manner of the arrest. That would solve so many problems at once.
Here is an explanation from The Observer who found and translated this clip.
The clip shows the arrest of a suspect after a sexual assault which occurred in Bodø last night. The alleged perpetrator happens to be a culture enricher — surprise, surprise… The arrest seems pretty straightforward to me, but VG, one of Norway’s biggest papers, obviously wants to make an issue out of it, and questions the integrity of the police officers carrying out the arrest.
It would be interesting to find out what VG thinks the officers should have done differently. Would they have preferred the police officers to ask the suspect politely to accompany them to the police station, perhaps wait for an interpreter? The guy was quite clearly resisting arrest, and the police were well within their rights to use appropriate force to subdue him. If the man in the clip is indeed the rapist, then I think the police were very gentle with him. I know I wouldn’t have been the case with me if I had caught someone raping a woman.