DeKalb County is back again, their previous incidents are here. I’ve noticed that much of the time bad actions are all within the same area. Take Seattle PD for example. This incident has holy hell written all over it.
What was her grievous offense that provoked a response like that from the officer?
Raven Dozier said she was trying to help her brother calm down during a
child custody issue that involved police. She said she started crying
and questioning officers after a Taser gun was used on her brother.
The officer claimed he didn’t know she was pregnant, possible but doubtful, and that she came at him threateningly. The prosecutors dropped charges against the woman. It really is telling though given the following. It ends up though that Jerad Wheeler is the officer from one of the previous incidents in the count.
Considering this officer is too stupid to figure out if he’s at the right address and then threatens the home owner, is it really that surprising that he would kick a pregnant woman? I mean he’s obviously mentally deficient and heaven forbid they actually can someone who love his Authoritah!
If anyone has information on the third complaint mentioned in the article please contact me. Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three or more times is enemy action. At this point he’s writing checks his ass can’t cash and obviously should not be employed in law enforcement. That just means he’ll be promoted and given more Authoritah.
State Sponsored Criminal Count #333: Jerad Wheeler
Because the scowl of a pregnant woman about to pop is so fearsome it requires physical force. Doubly so if she’s crying since she’s obviously hysterical!
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