He’s back in another video and just like the last one he’s making death threats.
It came out today that there is a “hearing” about the actions of Officer Harless in the previous video. It disturbs me that there is only a hearing for disciplinary action and absolutely no charges whatsoever for his behavior. A city councilman even attempted to justify it.
A man with a long history of issues and every time they look they other way. Seriously I think the only way this man is going to get the punishment he deserves if he finally kills someone. Even then I’m sure Alan Schulman will defend the shooting of the cooperative citizen.
The guy has absolutely no business being a police officer and seriously needs to stop the steroids. The mental issues have obviously been getting worse. Though I think in his case the loss of his testicles is going to be permanent.
Of course the Police Department is claiming that this incident has caused undue stress.
If you don’t like the heat, stay the hell out of the kitchen. You have created this situation by ignoring a pattern and history of behavior. If you dislike the reaction of the public to the behavior of one of your officers, maybe you should revaluate why you find his behavior acceptable.
Because the job of the Canton Police Department is to make sure its officers are free to intimidate, threaten, and harass anyone they please.
Update: Here’s another video thanks to Jake below. Once is happenstance, twice is coinicendence, three or more is enemy action. Canton needs to get a clue.
H/T to WizardPC
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