by Brian A. Wilkins
Martinsville (IN) Police Thugs William Jennings (L) and Darren Johnson.
Parents may want to listen to this, especially if you live in Indiana: dropping your kid off at a daycare could result in said kid being assaulted and electrocuted by police thugs.
This is what happened on Tuesday, March 30, in the town of Martinsville, IN; about 30 miles southwest of Indianapolis, the home of basketball coaching legend John Wooden, and one of the more openly hateful, savage towns in the USA where Euro-Americans there have deep ties to radical Christian terrorist groups, such as “Ku Klux Klan” (the 1968 murder of encyclopedia saleswoman, Ms. Carol Jenkins, in Martinsville, puts on full display this town’s social atmosphere).
According to a press release issued by mayor Phil Deckard (view slapped the 10-year-old boy in the mouth, and shortly thereafter, Johnson shot the child with a Taser. It is unclear whether the two police thugs were rewarded with a paid vacation (aka “paid administrative leave”) or if they were suspended without pay.
Watch a report from WXIN Fox 59 in Indianapolis.
Of course, across the web, there are many people on message boards for Euro-American media who are saying Johnson and Jennings were justified in their actions…justified in electrocuting a 10-year-old boy. This new phenomenon of children being assaulted and murdered by U.S. police only shows that these “law enforcement” people only care for their own, and that their desire for blood and sadism trumps the safety and well-being for the people of America, including children.
We’ve yet to hear any word about civil litigation being commenced against the City of Martinsville by either the daycare or the parents of the young boy. But more importantly, you can bet that neither of these police thugs will be charged with any crimes, even though they assaulted and could have killed a child. Obviously these two savages (Johnson and Jennings) have no children of their own, no nieces or nephews, and/or are simply just inbred cops who need to be charged with aggravated assault on a minor.
Euro-American media are reporting that the victim suffered “no significant injuries,” but I bet if I was 10-years-old and shot with an electrocution device by people I believed were here to protect us, I’d not only be permanently traumatized, but would never trust a cop again.
We’ll update as we learn more.