November 19, 2009

This Makes Me Want to Crush Skulls

Filed under: In the News,Rants,What the hell?,Youth Rights — Katrina @ 7:42 pm

With other skulls.

Taser gun used on 10-year-old girl who ‘refused to take shower’

The officer had been called to the girl’s home in Ozark, Arkansas, by her mother because she was behaving in an unruly manner and refusing to take a shower.

In a report on the incident the officer, Dustin Bradshaw, said the mother gave him permission to use the Taser.

When he arrived, the girl was curled up on the floor, screaming, and resisting as her mother tried to get her in the shower before bed.

“Her mother told me to take her if I needed to,” the officer wrote.

The child was “violently kicking and verbally combative” when he tried to take her into custody and she kicked him in the groin.

He then delivered “a very brief drive stun to her back,” the report said.

The girl’s father, Anthony Medlock, who is divorced from her mother, said the girl showed signs of emotional problems but did not deserve to be “treated like an animal”.

He said: “Ten years old and they shot electricity through her body, and I want to know how the heck in God’s green earth can they get away with this.

“If you can’t pick the kid up and take her to your car, handcuff her, then I don’t think you need to be an officer. She doesn’t deserve to be treated like a dog. She’s not a tiger.” Local Mayor Vernon McDaniel said the FBI should investigate.

He said: “People here feel like that he made a mistake in using a Taser, and maybe he did, but we will not know until we get an impartial investigation.” The local Police Chief Jim Noggle said no disciplinary action was taken against Bradshaw.

“We didn’t use the Taser to punish the child, just to bring the child under control so she wouldn’t hurt herself or somebody else,” he said.

He said if the officer tried to forcefully put the girl in handcuffs, he could have accidentally broken her arm or leg.

Mr Noggle said the girl will face disorderly conduct charges as a juvenile.

A little girl was violently electrocuted by a police officer, at her idiot mother’s consent, because she didn’t want to take a shower and was upset at being forced to.

Come here, Officer Bradshaw. You too, girl’s mother. Look at this trough full of water I have here. Lovely, isn’t it?

*grabs their heads, holds them underwater*

You LIKE that, you fucking assholes?! Like being forced into water?!

*ties them down so heads are still underwater as they thrash around desperately*

Like electricity, too? Well, have some goddamn toast!

*throws plugged-in toaster into water, the two are being electrocuted and drowning at the same time*

This is still too good for degenerate monsters like yourselves! Hope Satan has fun raping you with flaming pitchforks! Because even all that is too lenient for anyone, ANYONE, who tortures a child.

Why? Why in the fucking HELL does this shit keep happening? A depressing part of being a youth rights supporter is consistently hearing the most horrifying news about parents, police officers, school officials, and others using outrageous force and torture on kids for the tiniest reasons. Whether it is little kids getting tasered or school security guards beating up special ed students for not tucking their shirts in, it’s just a stark sobering reminder of just how deeply our world hates children. They make up the weakest excuses for the obvious pleasure they get out of hurting these young people, because we live in a fucked up world where everyone is continually taught the dangerous message that kids are inferior beings and always bad and you can do whatever you want to them. And, what is at the same time even more depressing yet with a hint of hope, this is all still better than it used to be.

But, seriously, even after the above scenario, it’s hard to describe how much more ways I want to mutilate anyone who harms a child. Perhaps in the above also employ some pickaxes somehow.

I do sort of wonder why the little girl was so upset to begin with, something people seemed to not give a shit about asking. Okay, she didn’t want to take a shower, but you think maybe there’s more to it than that? Does her mother molest her during showers or something? True, it’s not unusual for a little kid to get that upset and throwing a tantrum even if it is just an ordinary shower. But then again, so what if she doesn’t want to take a shower? How long had it been since her last one? The little girl was still being forced to do something she didn’t want to do, and that sort of thing tends to make people of any age lash out violently. But, goodness, who gives a shit what the little girl has to go through? It’s not like she’s human or anything. What’s more important is that she’s disobeying for mother and for that she must be tasered and fucking arrested. How many people get arrested for getting angry and throwing a tantrum in their own homes? Funny, if this is the sort of thing this mother does to deal with her daughter’s behavior, there’s probably other horrible shit going on that she does to the girl, that would have gotten the little girl also tased and arrested had it been the other way around. Oh, but this is all for the benefit of children, right?

Also, to answer one issue I know will come up. The “youth rights supporters” who might think this sort of thing is fine since “the same would be done to an adult” and that this is somehow the more youth rightsy outcome. Don’t be fucking stupid. Youth rights does NOT mean that kids would be treated exactly the same as adults. There are inherent differences between kids and adults that do call for different approaches to be taken when dealing with members of each group. Youth rights is certainly about changing dramatically how those differences are dealt with and choosing when something is and isn’t appropriate, but it’s not about throwing out that system entirely, as such would be impractical, impossible, and would open youth up to much more harm. So STFU with that or you get to join the two frying drowning bitches.

3 Comments

  1. The same would not be done to an adult — what cop would come into an adult’s house to make him take a shower?

    I disagree with you about the general principle at the end, and more importantly, I don’t think you have any business excluding people who favor the rights of young people from the YR tent. There are few enough people in the tent as is.

    As to the story: How does a 10-year-old girl “resist” a shower? “Refuse” one, I can understand, but “resist” implies that someone was already using direct (not merely threatened) force. Which supports my theory that the mother was the one who should have been arrested — and gives at least some credence to your speculation about molestation.

    Comment by Alexander — November 19, 2009 @ 8:02 pm

  2. It’s obvious that the — most likely obnoxious, dirty, and white trash considering the circumstances here — mother wanted to do this to enforce dominance over the girl.

    I wish I had a rocket launcher specifically so I could fire it at cunts like that.

    Comment by Epic Penguin of Justice — November 22, 2009 @ 9:00 pm

  3. “While there, the officer noticed a distinct stench, and reasoned that it came from the child. He escorted her to the car, and returned to find that the stench was still there…”

    Comment by Spencer — September 12, 2011 @ 11:27 pm

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