Monday, October 26, 2015

Lawman In The Freezer After Slamming Teen To The Ground!

FBI head James Comey said that the Ferguson effect kind of makes policing a tad bit difficult.

He said that in the age of YouTube, this is making police officer's jobs even harder. He believes police officers will deliberately ignore criminal activity in order to do their jobs.

Nowadays you can whip out a camera phone and record an encounter with the law. Again, you have the right to film police officers. They are civil servants. They're human as well. They are obligated to follow the law as well.

When you put something on the internet, it's there forever. It's apart of the social media craze that driven the narrative #BlackLivesMatter.

The group has been actively protesting against unfair police encounters.

Shaun White, DeRay McKesson and Bree Newsome have been pushing this controversy into the mainstream.

And of course, the noise. The conservatives line up the biggest concern troll to hide behind the badge.

Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke, Jr. is the racist right's go-to guy for all things anti-Black.

Clarke was on that network saying that police brutality doesn't exist. This clown adamantly said that President Barack Obama is solely responsible for the deaths of police officers.

So I am guessing that he's solely responsible for the deaths of citizens held in police custody too!

In Columbia, South Carolina, a lawman who operates for the school is in the freezer after a video surfaced of him slamming a disruptive student on the ground. A student filmed the encounter and posted it on YouTube. The young girl who is not identified as of yet, was seen being dragged on the ground and body slammed by the officer.

The school officer grabbed a high school student from her chair, knocked her to the floor and dragged her across the classroom on Monday, a video shows.

The brief, shaky video shows an officer grab the student by her arms while she's sitting at her desk and flip her over, toppling the desk. The officer then yanks the girl to the front of the classroom.

The officer has been identified as Deputy Ben Fields. He's in the freezer pending a decision on whether discipline or criminal charges are filed. Richland County Sheriff's Department spokesman Lt. Curtis Wilson said, according to the junk food media.
The lawman drags the young girl across the floor. A student records the encounter and posted it on social media.
The video becomes blurry after the officer and the student reach the front of the classroom, but the officer appears to restrain the student by putting her arms behind her back. In a longer version of the video, the officer looms over the student before grabbing her.

Libby Roof, a communications officer for Richland School District Two, told the junk food media that officials were "deeply concerned" about the incident.

"Student safety is and always will be the district’s top priority," Roof said in a statement. "The district will not tolerate any actions that jeopardize the safety of our students. Pending the outcome of the investigation, the district has directed that the school resource officer not return to any school in the district."

The student had refused to leave class before the school officer became involved, the sheriff's office told the local TV station.

Incidents of violence involving students and school or local law enforcement are not uncommon. Last November, a video emerged of a school resource officer punching a student in the face, supposedly to break up a fight. An incident earlier this month shows a cop grabbing a teen by the neck and slamming him to the ground. And another shows a man using what Fusion calls a "WWE wrestling move" on a 14-year-old student.

Spring Valley High School officials didn't immediately respond to inquiries. A spokesman for the Richland County sheriff's office was unavailable, according to someone who answered the department's phone, because the office had been "inundated" with calls.

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