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Hey, change the names and that describes an employee and taxpayer!
A peasant usually owed their lord 20% of their earnings. They also owed the priest or bishop 10% of their ownings. Of course, knights could, and would usually demand tributes for keeping them alive. Overall, the peasant usually retained only 10-20% of their total work and earnings.
Originally posted by Tie No Bows!
Shocking as it is, the real story is that nothing will come of it, ok so perhaps there may be a few dollars hush money for the kid and he's welcome to it. But this will happen again and again and the people will only stand and stare like the Wildebeest we are!
Originally posted by jam321
Anyone come across police statements concerning the case?
Here is the lawsuit that is being filed.
5. Prior to the incident described below, Defendant Hooper knew Jesse and was aware that
Jesse was mentally challenged/handicapped and a minor child.
6. On or about June 25, 2010, Defendant Hooper encountered Jesse while he was on duty
and acting within his role as an officer of the Dayton Police Department.
7. The above encounter began at the corner of Andrew Street and St. Paul Avenue, in the
City of Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio, where Jesse was riding his bicycle near his
8. Defendant Hooper approached Jesse and Jesse attempted to communicate with Defendant
Hooper, however, Defendant Hooper apparently mistook Jesse’s speech impediment for
9. Defendant Hooper began yelling at Jesse and after Jesse attempted to communicate with
him, Jesse, being a minor and mentally challenged/handicapped, turned and rode his
bicycle back to his home in an attempt to ask his mother, Ford, to help him communicate
with Defendant Hooper.
10. A neighbor attempted to communicate with Officer Hooper about Jesse’s disabilities and
was told to go back into his home, or he would be arrested.
11. Jesse approached his front door, in an effort to retrieve Ford for assistance, and
Defendant Hooper proceeded to chase him.
12. Defendant Howard, while he was on duty and acting within his role as an officer of the
Dayton Police Department, showed up at Ford’s house at Defendant Hooper’s request.
13. Once Ford opened the front door, Defendant Hooper and Defendant Howard fired their
Tasers striking Jesse in the back with both probes.
23. Jesse was charged with Assault on a Peace Officer, Resisting Arrest, and Obstructing
24. Jesse was declared incompetent by the Montgomery County Juvenile Court and the
charges against Jesse were dismissed.
You guys love stories like these because it gives you the right to beat up on cops.
"Jesse was handcuffed and hogtied before being placed in the back of a police cruiser. "Jesse was charged with assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest, and obstructing official business."
However, "Jesse was declared incompetent by the Montgomery County Juvenile Court and the charges against Jesse were dismissed."
Jesse and his mom seek damages from the city and the two lead officers, for false imprisonment, false arrest, malicious prosecution, assault, battery, excessive use of force, infliction of emotional distress and civil conspiracy. They are represented by Richard Boucher.