Police Officer Caught On Surveillance Beating 13-Year-Old Girl With A Baton & Left Her Bloodied!
The 11 News I-Team has obtained video of a violent scuffle between a school police officer and three middle school girls, and it brings into question whether the officer's use of force was justified.
The girls had to be taken to a hospital, and their children were sent to alternative schools.
A gash in a forehead and blood on a shirt is not what any parent expects to happen to a child, especially at school.
these bastards as "peace officers" anymore. They are the enemy of we the people it is way too painfully clear. And they seem to have no qualms about proving it every day.
When are we going to make it stop, people?
Cops commit cold blooded murder every fucking day, and get a PAID VACATION for their trouble,
while they await their inevitable "exoneration" by powers that be.
No one else can do this with such impunity, so publicly 'in our face' ...
but for the rest of us, it's a death sentence.
if that's not a double standard then I don't know what is.
but they will probably have to be put on leave with pay first, just think the humiliation they will have to endure.
We don't have peace officers anymore, hell we hardly have police officers what we do have are arrogant thugs with guns who are able to do whatever they damn well please and no there will be no repercussions.
to be within her rights as she was "performing an arrest", if I caught it all.
Looks like the thing to root for at this point is for a reversal on appeal for the kids she busted up so they don't get shuffled off to delinquent high in the exchange.
Not your usual suspect.
Does putting on that uniform affect their brains?
"Zero-tolerance" policies criminalize minor infractions of school rules, while cops in school lead to students being criminalized for behavior that should be handled inside the school. Students of color are especially vulnerable to push-out trends and the discriminatory application of discipline.
The ACLU believes that children should be educated, not incarcerated. We are working to challenge numerous policies and practices within public school systems and the juvenile justice system that contribute to the school to prison pipeline.