Police Tasered an 86-year-old disabled grandma in her bed and stepped on her oxygen hose until she couldn't breathe, after her grandson called 911 seeking medical assistance, the woman and her grandson claim in Oklahoma City Federal Court. Though the grandson said, "Don't Taze my granny!" an El Reno police officer told another cop to "Taser her!" and wrote in his police report that he did so because the old woman "took a more aggressive posture in her bed," according to the complaint.
Life like targets of children, elderly, and pregnant women are used to train DHS employees to shoot American citizens. They depict pregnant women, old men, old women, children and even young moms with guns. The purpose of the targets, according to the company that sells them, is to "eliminate any hesitation" that U.S. government employees might normally feel in shooting to kill pregnant women, children and old men. (I'm not making this up. The government's plan to murder Americans is now right out in the open...)
You have to see this. If it weren't true, it might be funnier. A blatant abuse of police power... the definition of redneck taser happy local cops.
I am thinking of walking around downtown Glenwood near the police station with a sign that says "IF COPS ARE ARRESTING ME PLEASE CALL 911"
Cops begin beating someone, woman takes out her phone to record the incident. Moments after she snapped a few photos, she claims an officer grabbed her by the ponytail, slammed her against the police cruiser and pushed her into the back seat.
Oh, and the cops who arrested her?: Both had four complaints each against them regarding physical abuse.
Sadly, while this may seem like a strange surge in cases starting out this year, it actually isn’t abnormal. Last year’s statistical report revealed that sexual misconduct reports against police were the second most common type of police misconduct report for the 8.5 months that we tracked reports in 2009 and that nearly half of those 500+ sexual misconduct reports involved the sexual abuse of children.