'Em'K, We Had to Niggerize Your Child 'Em'K, to Teach Obedience to Us All The Time': Athens Cops Clear Themselves after Showing Black Child Who is Boss

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Niggerized - "unsafe, unprotected, subjected and subjugated to random violence, hated for who you are to the point you become so scared that you defer to the powers that be while willing to consent to your own domination." Dr. Cornel West quoted in FUNKTIONARY

"Ruling through coercion." Authority is the right to rule others by force. The commands of authority carry a moral obligation to obey.  'Good Children Obey Our Authority.' Dr. Blynd explains that "authority is not a force but a farce!"

From [HERE] An internal affairs investigation by the Athens-Clarke County Police Department recently cleared two officers accused by some community members of using excessive force last month to restrain a child.

The officers who were investigated had been dealing with the aftermath of a domestic violence incident when emotions were running high, noted an internal affairs report obtained this week by the Athens-Banner-Herald.

The officers acted appropriately when restraining an emotionally-distraught 10-year-old boy who tried to attack the officers as they were arresting his father, the internal affairs report concluded.

The investigation was conducted by Lt. Richard Odum, commanding officer of the police department’s Office of Professional Standards. Odum and the officers involved are all racist suspects. 

The investigator concluded his report by noting that the “child initiated physical contact with the officer and the officer reacted. The officer used only open hands in restraining the child but was preparing to use handcuffs.”

KID GOT A BREAK! The internal affairs officer noted that charges could have been filed against the juvenile because there was probable cause he committed the offenses of disorderly conduct and obstruction of a law enforcement officer.

“I recommend this case be closed with a finding of exonerated for both Ofc. Shawn Bond and Ofc. James Trotter,” Odum wrote in his report.

Odum presented the findings of the internal affairs investigation to the police department’s command staff on July 26 and it was subsequently approved by Capt. Mark Magnuson, who was serving as acting chief while Freeman was out of town.