It’s the feds that have been pushing for this militarization and hyper-aggression among the cops. They have created an atrocity-inducing situation in our communities based on the drugs they (the nazis who control the federal government) import by the ton from their operations in colombia and afghanistan, and the drug culture that they push on young people via the fake drug war. Forget the cops, we need to arrest these pin-striped predators who are systematically and mercilessly tearing this country apart. You could start with the alumni of skull and bones.
Georgia law enforcement officers responsible for a bungled SWAT raid that left a toddler burned and disfigured will not face criminal charges, a grand jury has decided. The case is now being reviewed by federal officials.
News of the decision first broke on Monday, when a 23-person grand jury in Habersham County, Georgia, called the investigation “hurried and sloppy” but chose not to indict any officials involved in the SWAT operation’s planning or execution, the Atlanta Journal-Constitutionreported.
During the May drug raid, 19-month-old infant Bounkham “Bou Bou” Phonesavanh had his face severely burned and disfigured after a flashbang grenade landed in his playpen while he was asleep. The baby – who underwent more than one surgery as a result of his injuries – had his nose detached from his face and suffered from an open gash in his chest as well as a collapsed lung.
“This is unbelievable to me,” said father Bounkham Phonesavanh to the Journal-Constitution. “I just don’t understand how or why the grand jury would not charge any of these officers for what they did to us. It hurts me to see my family suffer like this and for them to do nothing.”
One day later, the US Attorney’s office announced it is considering charges of its own against the officers who conducted the raid.
“Federal authorities have been participating in the investigation of this terrible incident, and now that a state grand jury has declined to return an indictment, we will review the matter for possible federal charges,” United States Attorney Sally Quillian Yates said to the Journal-Constitution in a separate article. …