How Lithuanian Cops React to a Drunk, Aggressive American Girl

Amanda Warren
Activist Post

Lithuania has their own version of the TV series Cops as made apparent by this insightful Live Leak video. When watching Cops in other countries, a stark difference from the United States is so eye popping that it feels counter-intuitive at first, to the person who’s used to American television.

An obviously intoxicated and distressed American girl is in Lithuania trying to get into an abandoned apartment building basement. It’s 4 a.m. and she’s waking the neighbors. But her problem might go beyond mere beverage spirits –  a friend came forward to us, to inform us that she was drugged and potentially harmed.* Thus, her insistence on getting into the door even though there is nothing there.

Any number of things could have happened to her to bring her to this state of distress, aggression and destructiveness. Or, as the cops commented – “she’s just very drunk.” So her defensiveness is little wonder as she makes the mistake of thinking that the cops will harm, maybe kill her – as one might imagine happening to her in the U.S.




“We just know that her name is Alison. We didn’t have a reason to ask for her ID.”

What do you think of how Lithuanian cops treated the American girl?

*This story was meant to honor Lithuanian police for treating Alison with respect and trying to help her. No one in a state of distress deserves to be further harmed, especially not by authorities.

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54 Comments on "How Lithuanian Cops React to a Drunk, Aggressive American Girl"

  1. Would be interesting to find out the final outcome… but from recent history she would at the very minimum been beaten and tazed… probably whilst handcuffed… in the USA

    • This was a real treat to see how public servants are supposed to work. He was firm, but also very lenient with this woman. US police take note! perhaps she was on shrooms, and not just drunk

  2. Wow, they definitely treated her with an incredible amount of patience and compassion. Somehow I think the U.S. pigs probably would have given her a few real broken bones to complain about…

    • Let’s keep in mind that not ALL cops are pigs. There are a lot of good men/women in blue, that shouldn’t be condemned for what some bad apples have done. We just need to get someone to hold them accountable, and OUT of the uniform. And quite possibly serving a jail sentence if appropriate.

      • It would be very inspiring if some of the mythical GOOD cops would arrest and prosecute the BAD cops for once. I hate to be cynical, but in most of the cases of blatant brutality we see, the supposed “good” cops just look the other way instead of tazing or clubbing, and cuffing the psychopaths they work with. I personally don’t have problems with cops because they typically think I’m one of them – and I try to be respectful (and I’ve been lucky to not run into an uber-douche) – but some of the stuff they do, like executing homeless people or even dogs for fun – is simply beyond my comprehension. I don’t know how any “good” person with that authority can stand idly by while they do it.

    • Our cops are trained by ISraelis

    • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:24 pm | Reply

      It’s awe-inspiring. I would not have remained patient with that brat for more than a couple minutes. If they carry pepper spray, I’m pretty sure I would have dosed her, big-time. She is seriously obnoxious.

  3. The perfect representative of the american people.

    Now you know why the word thinks/knows we are insane.

    • Thank you…..exactly what I was thinking. I wish when people travel to other countries that they would be on their BEST behavior, as if you’re a guest in someone’s home.

      • I agree with you on this; when I was stationed in Scotland I did my best to honor the customs of the people around me, but I also practiced my own customs as an American.

      • Agreed. It is undignified behavior like that demonstrated in the video that gives other, “decent” Americans a bad name. Reminds me of the attention-seeking behavior of a spoiled, rich kid. Those Lithuanian cops were a couple of gentlemen.

  4. Stupid mentally disturbed drug addict, I would have slapped her at least. Those cops should be awarded GOLD medals and awards for taking that abuse.

    • Shame on you, you would have slapped her. For what? People make mistakes, sometimes get a little too messed up. It happens. Obviously, the Lithuanian cops are far more compassionate than you are. You must never have tied one on, been two sheets to the wind, for you to make such a rash, snap judgment.
      Peace.

      • I have been drunk a million times, worked as a bouncer in a bar for years. Saw it all. This is not alcohol. She should be slapped, no other way to handle insanity with drugs.

        • You are aware alcohol is a drug, right?

          (And a pretty damn dangerous one at that.)

        • Anonyplatypus | January 8, 2015 at 2:50 pm | Reply

          You would slap someone tripping on a high dose psychedelic? You are clearly cold-hearted without a drop of compassion.
          Did you ever notice that bullies tend to be attracted to working as bouncers?? 😉 Then they graduate to becoming cops where they can really take out their aggressions, even killing people freely if they feel like it.

      • Getting drunk is NOT a mistake. That’s something you do intentionally. If you don’t know when to stop bending your elbow . . . then whatever happens is their own fault. And NO I’ve never “tied one on”, been “two sheets to the wind”, and it’s not a snap judgement. NOTHING good ever comes from drinking so much that you’re DRUNK.

        • Well, I’m happy you’re a perfect angel /sarc

          Sometimes a person DOESN’T know when to stop, but its never an excuse for someone to instigate violence (re coming depression above); and though I’m no friend of police officers, these gentlemen handled the situation exactly like they were supposed to…as gentlemen. Someone who’s never experienced intoxication, well, that’s actually awesome, but it puts you in no position to to judge it. You do not know the woman’s circumstances, what’s she’s been through or going through, and instead of the anger reaction, and disgust reaction, perhaps you should feel pity on someone who is, perhaps, less fortunate than you are. As a former sailor for the USN, I actually understand what it’s like to be intoxicated, heavily, and also know what’s its like to remain sober (as I am today). Until you’ve stepped in somebody else’s shoes, it is unbecoming, and 100% unsympathetic, to judge someone you do not know. That’s all I’m saying. Charity, caring, kindness are genuine traits that we ALL, as human beings, God’s children, need to cultivate, instead of condemnation, hatred and loathing. Acting violently towards someone, especially someone not in their right mind, only begets more violence and proves TPTB right.

          Peace.

          • Marilyn5555 | January 7, 2015 at 7:49 pm |

            FIRST – I get tired of your kind of BS. I NEVER said I was any kind of angel……YOU did….what an ass. SECOND – I have “experienced” plenty of intoxication. My bio-father landed me and my mother in the hospital numerous times as a result of his. I feel no pity on someone who inflicts their crap onto other people…people who had NOTHING to do with it. And if people like you would stop trying to justify their pathetic behavior, maybe there would be less of it. She wasn’t in her “right mind” as a result of her own behavior. Anything that results from it, is by her own doing…..NOBODY ELSE’S.

          • Anonyplatypus | January 8, 2015 at 2:47 pm |

            I think your childhood may have jaded your perspective of the world a bit. (As hundreds of millions of others in this modern world, including mine, so consider this message to be with empathy.)

            The job of police is to handle a situation in such a way that ensures minimum harm to everyone. The woman in this video has clearly also been traumatized by police in the past, with such fear of being beaten up by them. How would you like to be treated? Slap her because she unwittingly drank some unknown drug, causing her severe psychological trauma (if she is tripping), making her hate the world even more (like you hate drunk people because they remind you of your abusive parent).

            They did the right thing. Calmed her down, and sent her to the hospital where she can get treatment. If she is an alcoholic, then the hospital will hopefully refer her to possible treatments for her medical condition.

            BTW, was your father a US policeman?

            Try drinking some ayahuasca to purge and resolve those childhood traumas that you are holding on to, which cause you to burn with so much anger.

          • Marilyn5555 | January 9, 2015 at 10:04 pm |

            You know one of the things that annoy me are people who put words in my mouth or anybody else’s. NOWHERE did I say I HATED anyone. Have no problem with their police. Where the hell would you get the idea mine was a policeman? No, he wasn’t a cop, he wasn’t anything except a violent drunk. Yeah…just what anybody needs to do…take some psychedelic herbs. Nobody saying the cops did anything wrong.

          • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:39 pm |

            Calm down, sister. The Lithuanian cops seem to have a bit more perspective on drunken people than you do.

            I think they were a bit entertained by Ms. Plastered, and wanted to make sure she got to a hospital for evaluation.

          • True enough, but I’m not handing you crap, you’re typing crap. I’m sorry for your earlier experiences in life and that they’ve embittered you so much. I know a lot about addictive behavior as my father smoked a lot of Crack back in the 80’s, which forced me, as a young teenager, to be homeless and have to eat out of garbage cans. .. the whole reason I ended up joining the service a few years later, to lift myself out of a situation that nobody, particularly young people should experience. However, it had not made me bitter, but instead had made me a stronger, more forgiving person, less prone to judging someone on the externals or their weaknesses. So, please, unless you’ve learned a positive lesson from your past negative experiences. .. maybe it’s time to reprogram your brain. People tend to get intoxicated because they are covering pain or anger or trying to fill a void that they don’t know how to fill otherwise. Granted, this isn’t always the case, but more often than not it is. It’s attitudes of uncaring, and lack of compassion, like yours, that is making the world the way it is, when it can be turned around in a day with kindness and love for our brethren trapped in prison Earth.

            Peace.

          • Marilyn5555 | January 9, 2015 at 10:00 pm |

            My brain is programmed in God’s instructions. Until you start spelling your name G-O-D,
            that’s where my direction will come from.
            I am well aware there are any number of reasons people drink too much,
            but it still doesn’t make it okay, there are better and more effective ways to
            get past whatever is causing them pain or grief, they’re only hiding and not
            working through it. My attitude is NOT
            one of uncaring or lack of compassion, I’ve spent nearly my entire life being
            involved in community service projects, and seeing a lot of people get
            themselves back together. However, I
            will NOT allow someone to use excuses or self pity to get themselves off the
            hook, that doesn’t help anybody. A
            difference you apparently don’t get, or maybe don’t WANT to. By the way people need to ask for forgiveness, it’s not just
            automatic. God expects us to turn to Him
            for help, not a bottle, drugs, sex, whatever.
            Of course if you think God has it wrong…you’re always welcome to take it
            up with Him, He’ll be happy to discuss it with you.

            From the first book of the Old Testament onward, people who got drunk are condemned as examples
            of behavior to avoid. In every instance,
            a bad consequence resulted. Noah is
            the earliest mention (Genesis 9:21), followed by Nabal, Uriah the Hittite, Elah,
            Ben-hadad, Belshazzar, and people in Corinth.

            Verses
            that denounce drunkenness say it leads to other moral lapses, such as sexual immorality and laziness. Further, drunkenness clouds the mind and makes
            it impossible to worship God and act in a respectable manner:

            Do
            not join those who drink too much wine or gorge themselves on meat, for
            drunkards and gluttons become poor, and drowsiness clothes them in rags. (Proverbs 23:20-21)

            For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize
            with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as
            we are—yet was without sin. (Hebrews 4:15)

            Since drinking wine was a national custom in Israel and the
            Pharisees themselves drank wine, it was not drinking wine they objected to but
            drunkenness.

            The Bible does not prohibit the consumption of alcohol but
            leaves that choice up to the individual.
            Opponents
            argue against drinking by citing the destructive effects of alcohol addiction, such as
            divorce, job loss, traffic accidents, breakup of families, and destruction of
            the addict’s health.

            One
            of the most dangerous elements of drinking alcohol is setting a bad example for
            other believers or leading them astray. The Apostle Paul, especially, cautions Christians
            to act responsibly so as not to be a bad influence on less mature believers:

            Since
            an overseer is entrusted with God’s work, he must be blameless-not overbearing,
            not quick-tempered, not given to drunkenness, not violent, not pursuing
            dishonest gain.(Titus 1:7)

            As
            with other issues not specifically spelled out in Scripture, the decision
            whether to drink alcohol is something each person must wrestle with on their
            own, consulting the Bible and taking the matter to God in prayer.

            In 1 Corinthians 10:23-24,
            Paul sets down the principle we should use in such cases:

            “Everything
            is permissible”-but not everything is beneficial. “Everything is
            permissible”-but not everything is constructive. Nobody should seek his
            own good, but the good of others.

            Even though some
            Christians advocate for the total abstinence of alcohol as a moral mandate for
            all believers, the Bible never requires all believers to abstain from alcohol.
            It condemns drunkenness and being enslaved to wine (Ephesians 5:18; Titus 2:3),
            but it never says that tee-totaling is the better way to obey God. In fact, the
            Bible never says that abstaining from alcohol is the wisest way to avoid
            getting drunk. Think about it. Alcoholism has been rampant through every age,
            but the Bible never says that all believers should therefore refrain from
            drinking.

            If Christians want to forbid all alcohol
            consumption to avoid drunkenness, then to be consistent, they should also avoid
            making a lot of money to guard against the crushing sin of materialism and the
            misuse of wealth.

            There’s another alcoholic beverage mentioned in the Bible called “strong
            drink. The Hebrew word for “strong drink,” shakar, refers to fermented barley,
            which is why some translations call it “beer.” Shakar had an ABV of around 6-12
            percent, similar to a Belgium Trippel Ale or a Double IPA. Like all alcoholic
            beverages, the Bible prohibits abusing beer (Isaiah 5:11; 28:7; Proverbs 20:1;
            31:4). But in moderation, drinking beer was encouraged (Proverbs 31:6). In
            fact, Deuteronomy 14:26 actually commands Israelites to use some of their tithe
            money to buy some beers and celebrate before the Lord. (Ever hear that verse
            being read as the ushers are passing the plates?) They were also commanded to
            offer up two liters of beer to God six days a week and even more on the Sabbath
            (see Numbers 28:7-10). This is why the absence of beer (and wine) was an
            outcome of God’s judgment on the nation.

            But the Bible goes further than admitting that drinking is simply
            allowed. Throughout Scripture, the production and consumption of beer and wine
            are often connected to the covenant promises of God.

            Under the old covenant, wine is a blessing (Deut 7:13; 11:14) and
            the absence of wine a curse (28:39, 51). When Israel looked to the future, God
            promises to flood them wine flowing from the mountaintops (Amos 9:14; Joel
            3:18) and vats brimming with fresh wine (Joel 2:19, 24).


            Jesus signals the beginning of such blessings by creating an
            over-abundance (150 gallons) of wine at Cana (John 2:1-10). And on the eve of
            his death, He sanctified a cup of wine as “the new covenant in my blood” (Luke
            22:14-23). When Christ comes back, He’ll prepare “well-aged wine” (Isaiah
            25:6)—the stuff I only notice on the top shelf but can never afford—and for
            theological reasons it will be served, as at Cana, in abundance.

            Enjoying alcohol in moderation takes discipline, and many beer drinkers, I hate
            to say it, aren’t known for their discipline. A good glass of beer can be
            celebratory. Belgium ale is strong and complex. Savor it, sanctify it, and let
            it meditate on your palate. Give glory to God, not just to your thirst, when
            enjoying the blessings that flow from Eden. Drunkenness may not be at the top
            of God’s list of most heinous sins; neither should it be tossed aside as a
            relic of American fundamentalism.

            Drinking
            alcohol without celebrating the Cross and Kingdom is theologically anemic.
            Abusing alcohol mocks the blood of Christ and scoffs at God’s holiness. But
            moderate, intentional, celebratory and reflective drinking of wine and beer,
            which contemplates the crucified and risen King and anticipates our future
            glory, is rooted in the grace that poured from Christ’s veins on Calvary.

          • Noah was a drunk…God’s used some strange birds to carry his message, plus the Old Testament is really a bunch of hatred and anger, with genocide, and commands the Hebrews to do all sorts of unkind things to Gentiles. I was actually on my way to becoming a minister when I learned the history of the Bible, so once again, chill out. Plus, quoting passages means absolutely nothing if the entire context is not included.

            Yes, I know one has to ask for forgiveness, and truly be penitent. That’s a no brainer. Also, you are correct that there are better ways to handle negativity than to hide it behind drugs and alcohol, but then again, I already mentioned that in the previous answer. Nonetheless, your anger and vitriol is unwarranted, and I’m NOT excusing her behavior. People can do so really stupid and rotten things when their minds are under the influence, but it still does not mean violence in any form should be used to handle the situation. Taking Yeshua as an example, the only time He became violent was with the money changers. He NEVER promoted violence against “sinners” otherwise. Your words have the flavor of hypocrisy, and no amount of your “community service” seems to be relieving the anger that is filling your heart. Perhaps you should speak with God more often.

          • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:35 pm |

            Nice.

        • Anonyplatypus | January 8, 2015 at 2:40 pm | Reply

          She doesn’t look drunk, she looks to be experiencing the effects of a psychedelic drug,

          How many times have you (or anyone) tried to open a brick wall thinking it was a door due to alcohol alone?

          Psychedelic drugs are rarely consumed regularly. The few who do generally understand how to compose themselves. So it was probably a one-time mistake. Probably someone gave her something in a club that she was not expecting.

          Or she is otherwise always that crazy but it seems unlikely she would last long like that.

        • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:33 pm | Reply

          “NOTHING good ever comes from drinking so much that you’re DRUNK.”

          You’re so TENSE, baby… here, have some liquid release! It’ll do you a world of good to blow it out.

      • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:30 pm | Reply

        She was persistently obnoxious. No, she was a flying asshole. I would not have struck her, but I may have pepper-sprayed the tactless brat.

    • You’d make a good cop.

    • Anonyplatypus | January 8, 2015 at 2:36 pm | Reply

      I hope somebody spikes your drink with some potent psychedelic chemical someday, so that you might learn to have compassion for people suffering a temporary chemical intoxication.

      • WOW…..now there ya’ go…compassion in action. Clearly they’re just words for you applied how you see fit. Another case of do as I say not as I do?

  5. John C Carleton | January 7, 2015 at 4:57 pm | Reply

    There is a very real difference between these cops and American cops. These cops were acting as peace officers. American cops are lawenFORCEment

  6. get down…get down on the ground,taze tackle cuff and drag( unless there’s time for a beat down with clubs fists and kicks.) off to prison and charge her for assault,

    • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:27 pm | Reply

      Don’t forget getting on her back with their knees, pinning down her arms are screeching “PUT YOUR HANDS BEHIND YOUR BACK!!”

  7. TARDISOFGALLIFREY | January 7, 2015 at 11:28 pm | Reply

    They didn’t shoot her and ask questions later, like U.S. cops would?

  8. Kevin Galalae | January 8, 2015 at 2:08 am | Reply

    Had this happened in the US or Canada she would have been tasered first and then beaten to death.

  9. She is awakened, my beautiful child. No drugs involved, sorry. The awakening process could be extremely painful. She was in great pain and the officers were not needed. Please, pray for her, she is not crazy. If you emerge out of the ‘matrix’ people will think you are mad. You betcha

    It is because in that state of mind the confusion arises to a level that you don’t understand who you are anymore, your personal identity is totally lost, you are lost in this world and you try to make some sense out of it. Like a mad prophet who don’t know what he/she is talking about. She needed the alcohol to sharpen up her awareness but that didn’t help, did it? There was an event in her life over there that triggered her awakening. All she needed was a hug from an understanding soul to calm her down. You think an alcohol addict would go rampant about the worldwide issues? No. She is dealing with the demons in her head and they were inviting her to get in that basement. She was drawn to be there against her will. She was fighting them hard until the officers intervened, and quite possibly, saved her life.

    • I’m not sure if I’m more disturbed by her behavior or the fact that you consider that behavior to be a sign of awakening.

      • The awakening process can be a very frightening and disturbing to others experience. This is not a behavior induced by alcohol intoxication. Why would a drunk young lady roam the streets at night to seek shelter from bombs instead of sleeping in someone’s bedroom with somebody?

        • Kevin Leonard | January 9, 2015 at 9:19 am | Reply

          The woman’s behavior was more in line with schizophrenia than it was with the drunkeness or with awakening.

      • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:45 pm | Reply

        No kidding.

      • Or that she thinks she can draw all these conclusions from a few minutes of video.

    • Anonyplatypus | January 8, 2015 at 2:53 pm | Reply

      More likely she took a psychedelic drug and is experiencing temporary psychosis, with fear and self-defense instinct predominating. These are base emotions, not the energies of higher chakra awakenings.
      Possibly a few intellectual epiphanies about WWIII coming, but lost in confusion as to where she is or what is going on.

    • William Burke | January 9, 2015 at 8:44 pm | Reply

      You’re so full of shit.

  10. What a lovely man. He deserves some kind of official recognition from us (in the West) for his professionalism, patience, compassion and downright human decency. It does give me hope when viewed against the psychopathic, evil uniformed thugs who now make up a growing proportion of our own police force. (And note too how his partner, when bringing the girl from the cellar, just gently led her by allowing her to take his arm, rather than employing the rough, arms pinned, total restraint treatment we’d expect to see here). Well done both of you.

  11. Terribly sad situation there. Her response to authority is a lesson in psy-ops. The local Lithuanian cops were initially thought by Alison to be menacing. When they weren’t, she requested the amerikan government, specifically the CIA to attend to her. Traumatic conclusion is the only outcome her mind can draw upon, so she starts screaming when all else is ok.
    Terribly sad situation there. Those cops did a spectacular job of dealing with a terrified, raging person. I just can’t get past the idea she assumed her fate in the hands of the cops to be bodily harm, at the very least.
    USA USA USA USA

  12. Wow! Those were very nice peace officers. They displayed an extremely high level of professionalism, calmness, tact. You could clearly see beyond any doubt, even as the officer took hold of the lady, he was in no way harming her. Yes, he was firm and assertive. Yes, he was guiding her to be calm. Yes, he was investigating a disruption of peace. But no, he did not initiate force. He saw none was required, needed.

    “We know her name is Alison only. We had no reason to ask for her ID.” Awesome peace officers at work. I agree that ours here in the United States ought to take notes, apply similar levels of professionalism. “Calm down, please. I’m not going to hurt you. You are free to leave any time. Please tell me your problem.”

    Beautiful humanity. 🙂

  13. Here in Hawaii, police do not wear black, and they or the atmosphere their presence creates is reminiscent of what it was like on the United States mainland decades ago. At least, that is my impression from observing them. We have a big homeless population here, and the police have large problems. They recently got a raise, which they deserve. There are many disparate cultures here; police are well trained, and sane, as far as I can tell.

  14. why is the video not available now? Took down for training our armed goons – I hope so.

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