Showing posts from January, 2021
Florida school resource officers always seem to be within the news for abusing or otherwise causing grave harm to the youngsters they're allegedly sworn to guard — and in the week , they proved that notion. On Wednesday, we reported on a faculty resource officer who was seen body-slamming a highschool girl in a trial to interrupt up a fight — knocking the girl unconscious within the process. Then, just each day later, another school cop in a very school only 50 miles away, was seen tasering a female student who reportedly stood up to someone trying to bully her. Adolescent quarrels are a frequent occurrence. As hormones rush in, children try and assert control over their environment furthermore as other children, and also the result can often manifest into a fight. In the past, if a fight were to interrupt out in school , the teachers, and in some cases the scholars , would rush in to drag the scholars apart. However, because the video below i
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School resource officers, particularly in Florida, always seem to be within the news for abusing or otherwise causing grave harm to the youngsters they're allegedly sworn to guard . just in case after an infuriating case, we’ve seen Florida cops cower behind a wall while children were murdered in a very school to sexually assaulting the youngsters they're tasked with protecting, beating up small girls, and even handcuffing and arresting 6-year-old children. Another one in every one of these incidents unfolded in the week as a faculty resource officer was seen body-slamming a highschool girl in a shot to interrupt up a fight — knocking the girl unconscious within the process. The incident transpires at liberty high school in Osceola county. The video was posted to Twitter with the subsequent description: This is liberty highschool in Osceola county and I’ve seen my share of body slams from that faculty not only by officers but from Deans
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The parents of a 10-year-old boy were horrified after their son was detained and placed in handcuffs for no reason by Chicago Police. The interaction was captured on video and sparked outrage within the community when it originally happened. Now, however, more outrage is predicted because the police review board has determined the cops should face no accountability. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, one member of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability ruled Thursday night that no officers will face discipline for his or her role in handcuffing Michael Thomas Jr. and terrorizing him for the purpose of urinating on himself. Originally, COPA investigated the boy’s brief detention and recommended that two officers, Anthony Spicuzza and Robert Garduno, each be suspended for 30 days for his or her role in terrorizing the innocent child. However, Chicago Police Supt. David Brown disagreed and recommended that Spicuzza and Garduno be found exonerated of any wrongdoing.