At the University of Alabama, three police officers were suspended with pay on Monday, Nov. 9 for abusing their force to end a party upon Alabama defeating LSU in a football game. The students were sure it was just the police to shut the party down, but it quickly got out-of-hand. Videos went viral from two perspectives: in and out of the house. Inside the house, an officer was seen telling a student he was under arrest as he kept trying to force his way in. The student kept asking if he was being detained. The officer had no warrant and gave no reason, so the student tried shutting the door, and the officer barged in, tackled, tased, and beat the student outside of the door upon being dragged out which is where the second video was shot. Chief Steve Anderson of the Tuscaloosa Police Department said he was “deeply disturbed” by what he had seen in the videos and disappointed in the actions of the officers. The school is still deciding whether or not the officers handled the situation appropriately, but three students will still face charges for resisting arrest and harassment and obstruction according to Chief Anderson.