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Originally posted by IntastellaBurst
Well what the hell would you guys do if that maniac is coming at you with his freakishly miniature physique....... probably wielding some type of plastic hammer he stole from a construction playset while in a crystal meth induced rampage ???
.... what would you do indeed !!!!
Come on . . we're not talking about "Chuckie" here !
But if we were . . . I recommend running over the SOB with a truck,
. . then throwing him into a blast furnace . . the little . . . . . .
As I said before Cops ARE NOT babysitters nor parents,....
to add most officers have families and kids...you think they go around the house tasing their kids?
He was found to have violated state policy for using a Taser on his 10-year-old son,
More than 40 children shocked with stun guns while visiting prisons in April may not have been the first ones zapped, according to a report released Tuesday.
A corrections officer told investigators she saw a similar demonstration at a prison about five years ago.
The report included hundreds of pages of documents gathered during probes ordered after the Department of Corrections learned children ages 5 to 17 had been shocked at three Florida prisons on April 23, “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.” Three employees were fired and two resigned. More than a dozen others were disciplined.
“The exercise that I participated in has been a common practice. At no time did I believe that any of the students were in any risk,” wrote Weisner, who had been with the department for 11 years.
Taylor described the physique and size of the boy, who's name hasn't been released because he's a juvenile, as that of a "normal 10-year-old."
The sheriff described Myers as a "thick" man at 6 foot 2 inches tall.
The boy was struck by two darts in the preferred target zone, one in the lower abdomen and the other in the left leg, Taylor said.
I recently had a conversation with an animal control officer in which the subject of dealing with especially aggressive dogs came up, I asked if [they] were allowed to taser them in extreme cases, the answer... no that would be cruelty to animals.