Tuesday, January 8, 2013

A Cop Tasers a 10-Year-Old Boy on Career Day

Why this obvious psychotic killer is still on the job simply amazes...a 3 day suspension for shooting a little boy at a school simply because he didn't want to wash the cop's car. Ten bucks says he brags about shooting the kid to this day.

When Christopher Webb of the Albuquerque Police Department came to talk to the children of a local elementary school on Career Day about his awesome job as an ass-kicking traffic cop, his well of material about expired tags and mountains of paperwork quickly ran dry. So he asked the kids if they'd like to wash his cruiser instead.

While several boys agreed, probably lured by the possibility of finding a bloodstain or a condom full of drugs somewhere in the backseat, one emphatically declined Webb's generous offer. So Webb, demonstrating the wisdom and restraint of both a duly appointed peace officer and a rational adult, drew his Taser and said, "Let me show you what happens to people who do not listen to the police." He then shot the 10-year-old in the chest, leaving the barbs in for the full five-second shock of the expended cartridge.

The boy collapsed and lost consciousness, possibly due to the 50,000 volts of electricity pulsing through his still-too-small-for-most-roller-coasters frame. Realizing that Career Day had just taken a turn for the worse (and that he must have broken a law of some kind), Officer Webb heroically applied precisely none of his emergency responder training and instead carried the boy to the principal's office and left, presumably wearing a fake mustache and sunglasses for the rest of the day to avoid both detection and getting yelled at.   The officer got a whopping three-day suspension for the incident after lying about it.    http://www.cracked.com/article_20188_5-horribly-misguided-attempts-at-teaching-lessons-creatively_p2.html#ixzz2HOrJG3qB  

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