|Oklahoma City cop on ice after he was caught on camera smacking up a teen.|
Looks like even school resource officers are afraid to do their jobs! According to the FBI's James Comey, those in law enforcement are afraid to do their jobs. The so-called Ferguson effect has made cops jobs difficult says the agitators in the junk food media.
I call that bullshit for two reasons. If cops aren't doing their jobs, then they're the ones who end up being in trouble for misconduct. If there was better training for law enforcement, you wouldn't hear these stories in the junk food media.
#BlackLivesMatter activists want police reform. They're not a "murder group" or a "hate group".
It seems like there's got to be better training for school resource officers. The now infamous video of the disgraced Richland County sheriff's deputy Ben Fields dragging the victim on the floor has the nation talking.
Fields was fired out the cannon after this video was posted on social media.
Now an Oklahoma City lawman is in the freezer after he was caught on surveillance camera smacking up a teenager.
|Thomas Jaha on ice after smacking teen.|
There was a few words exchanged and soon the teen was arrested for disorderly conduct. But after the school reviewed the video, the officer was charged with battery and lying on a report,
Jaha said that the teen got in his face and threatened assault on him. The video told a different story.
“He struck a student twice in the head after this student got in an aggressive stance and faced the master sergeant,” Capt. Paco Balderrama of the Oklahoma City Police Department said.
In the video, the student can be seen walking out of the bathroom with the officer, and while, on his way back to class, he stops at the water fountain for a drink. The water fountain was directly next to the bathroom that they were walking out of, and the teen did not have to go out of his way or waste any time to get a drink of water. The student’s choice to get a drink of water along the way was seen as a sign of disrespect by the officer, who then took it upon himself to assault the boy.
While the teenager did not hit the officer at any time, the officer claims that he hit him in self-defense because the boy allegedly took an aggressive stance and balled his fists, which is not depicted in the video.
“They have the right to defend themselves. They have the right to use physical force to protect themselves, protect the public. And in this particular case, the force was not appropriate to the incident,” Balderrama said.
Although Jaha has been charged with assault he is still on the police force and iced with pay. He may face a cannon firing after the video went viral.
Just in case I hear this concern troll nonsense about the victim and the lawman's race: The victim was White and the lawman was Black, okay!
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