Rayn: What a power-tripping pig! He’s in plain clothes – not uniform, shows no ID to establish his credentials as a law enforcement officer (even upon being later asked for his badge number by his victim), and yet, the arrogant little bottom-feeder actually believes that he has some sort of right to put his filthy hooves all over an innocent man’s property – as though his word alone should be enough to garner blind, faithful compliance to his orders! No one would hand their drink over to a stranger on the street, so why would this worthless tyrant expect anything less in these circumstances? Looks like yet another case of a cop’s ego trumping common sense. As this video clearly establishes, there is a vast difference between a law enforcement officer and a peace officer: one is purely a revenue collector for the state, owing no allegiance to the public he is supposed to serve, eager to escalate any situation he encounters, without any concern for the fact that his actions are creating a public disturbance, while the latter looks to keep the peace, presumes INNOCENCE OVER GUILT, and is ready to de-escalate any particular encounter he engages in with the public! MoreAmerican Fascism, Exposed!
Bleeding Heart Bliss: I couldn’t have said it any better. Damn right. Power trip indeed. Besides the actual drunk man walking right passed him. Messed up.
(Jodie Fleischer) Channel 2 Action News has learned a DeKalb County police officer is under criminal investigation for allegedly kicking a pregnant woman in the stomach, then charging her with obstruction of a police officer.
Records show the department never investigated the incident and five supervising officers signed off on the officer’s actions.
“I was upset because I couldn’t believe an officer would kick me, with my child in my stomach,” Raven Dozier told investigative reporter Jodie Fleischer.
Dozier was nearly nine months pregnant and helping to calm down her brother who was arguing with police. They used a Taser on him, and she cried out.
That’s when Officer Jerad Wheeler used what he described in his report as “a front push-kick to the abdomen, as he was taught to do at the academy.”
My Commentary: Officer Jerad Wheeler used what he described in his report as “a front push-kick to the abdomen, as he was taught to do at the academy.” Four supervisors and an internal affairs detective signed off on his action…