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Waffle House Waiter Sues Over Taser Incident

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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 01:14 AM
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Waffle House Waiter Sues Over Taser Incident


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Daniel Wilson, the 22-year-old waiter, spoke publicly about the encounter Wednesday at his attorney’s office in Snellville. The incident has already resulted in the arrest of Cpl. Gary Miles, 33, and the resignations of Sgt. Christopher Parry and Sgt. Joey Parkerson. None of the officers could be reached for comment this week because their phone numbers are unlisted.
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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 01:14 AM
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I'd like to say Laugh Out Loud, but C'mon. If this doesn't tell you people it's time to wake up, and stand up, then I guess enjoy the real 1984. The only problem with this version is that You, and I have been written OUT of the story; soon to be...... ha ha ha.

I just don't understand how many slaps in the face it will take to wake people up from their slumber, and stand up. Just the other day on the fourth I watched the Washington D.C. celebrations. It was ruled over by literal Sesame Street Characters singing for over 10 minutes........absolute jibber jabber. The people continued to wave their little flags made in China.

Truly what does it take for you people to stand up? We've got people in absolute positions of power, hovering over us. They treat the average person as a danger, and then we have what should be 'sacred' days turned into absolute 'fricken' jokes.

C'MON!

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posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 01:47 AM
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“What is so concerning to me is the fact that you have a corporal — a ranking officer — zapping a kid with a stun gun and you have two sergeants sitting there watching for their own amusement,” Puglise said. “From their expressions and their actions, it is obvious that this is accepted.”





Spellman said using a Taser on innocent civilians is not acceptable. It is also against department policy for officers to accept free food from restaurants.


You don't say... This has been getting out of hand for a long time.



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