Discussion in 'Law Forum - Prisons - Gun Ownership' started by Liberty, Oct 27, 2015.
Even Hillary Clinton has commented on the unacceptability of this incident.
South Carolina deputy’s history comes to light after shocking video goes viral
Richland County Sheriff’s Deputy Ben Fields has been accused of using excessive force on students and targeting black students
The FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice launched a probe Tuesday into the circumstances surrounding a school resource officer’s actions at a high school in South Carolina the day before.
Federal investigators will assist the Richland County Sheriff's Department, which found itself in the center of a national controversy after one of its deputies slammed a student on the ground ...
Yeah, but just wait for the blame the victim for the crime folks.... they're coming.
"Well if she had done what she had been told, this wouldn't have happened to her" crowd.
10, 9, 8, 7, 6,........
The amount of force he threw that little girl down with could've broke her back. Administrative leave is not enough. Jail time, and a cash settlement for damages incurred.
Never mind the punishment does not equal the crime, AGAIN!
This has to stop. This cop has no reason to throw this young lady around the room. He could have seriously hurt her. I'm so tired of being tired of this bs. When you read about the lady on Utube advocating shooting white people and cops, she was just tired. Crazy tired.
She Had No Respect": CNN Analyst Blames Student Who Was Thrown To The Ground By The Police For The Officer's Actions
Harry Houck: If That Girl Got Out Of The Seat When She Was Told, "There'd Be No Problem. But Apparently She Had No Respect For The School ... Her Teacher," And Probably "Has No Respect At Home Or On The Street"
"She Had No Respect": CNN Analyst Blames Student Who Was ...
mediamatters.org/.../10/27/she-had-no-respect-cnn-analyst-blames-student-w/206445 - 73k - Cached - Similar pages
7 hours ago ...
MmmmmHmmmm... I knew that crap was coming. But, if he had body-slammed a white girl they wouldn't be saying that.
According to those in the school, she refused the teacher, vice principle, principle and then the cop. She was being defiant. She did resist arrest. Did it have to go that far? Maybe not. But, she isn't an innocent victim
"I can't imagine any justification for treating a child like that in a classroom," Victoria Middleton, the head of South Carolina's ACLU chapter, told CNN's "New Day" on Tuesday. "... Whatever led up to it, whatever rationale may be presented, does not justify the force with which that student was treated."
If you or I committed the same violence against our child we would be arrested and jailed for child abuse. No reason would justify that type of abuse had it been from a parent.
Separate names with a comma.