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Thursday, April 07, 2016

Cop Body Slams 12 Year Old Girl Onto Concrete School Floor



San Antonio Cop Joshua Kehm body slams a 12 year old middle school girl and appears to have knocked her unconscious for a brief moment and the officer oblivious to the harm he caused.

There is no indication the student was attempting to cause harm to the officer.

Locally, we've asked Aurora, Illinois corrupt cops Kristen Ziman and Chris Tunney, who justify criminal conduct by cops, what they would think if the girl who was body slammed was their child.

Would they still justify such conduct and look the other way...or would they speak up?

NOTE: Student viewers have complained about Aurora Police Officer Jason Shettles, who has been a school resource officer (SRO) at West Aurora, including concerns about bias and bigotry along with his obsession with military-like behavior toward civilians.

West Aurora School District 129 Superintendent Jeff Craig was notified of the concerns and has taken zero action to respond to the concerns.

Maybe Mr. Craig was too busy naming a building after the corrupt mayor, rewarding cronies and planning his new luxury office at taxpayer expense.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I knew they drink wine and have a lot of sex in that big police building. I am pissed that I found out there is a hot tub on the top floor and it's not for therapy like ball players use. Just more part of the sex club.

Anonymous said...

Exits at City Hall? After 12 years, there'll be changes as LCLV starts fresh.

The entire Staff from the 3rd floor will go, unless Guzman works out a deal.

New City lawyers and most of the staff. They're a dime a dozen and LCLV'll want her own people advising her discreetly on legal issues.

A new Community Services Director to head up that crazy assortment of divisions and "communication" departments. Clayton's paid lots of money to be a spokesman, yet he's never front and center taking the heat on anything. So he's gotta take his snazzy wardrobe and find another job.

Dave Hulseberg at Economic Development. Aurora needs a new approach to development without a poster child for pension reform. Double down on other development clowns involved in Cosmo Market, the Eola Interchange, our neglected commercial strips, Shodeen, all that vacant land along Orchard where there's been zilch activity for the past 11 yrs and those vacant buildings like Copley, the Masonic Temple, the old West High, Crosby and the original Burlington Station where they bloviated but never found a repurpose.

Two new personnel directors. She won't want toadies from the old regime. It'll be a new day for employee relations at the City with more input being taken from real workers, not just managers, so buh bye as LCLV starts fresh.

Rosario is already leaving so he doesn't get fired the day after the election. One more Director from Central Garage will also be gone.

A new Planning Director who knows something about Aurora, who has a stake in the City and who actually lives here. A no brainer.

Too early to tell about those new Police and Fire Chiefs. With uncontrolled shootings surging at any time and that daily drama over at the Police Station, a new Mayor always scrutinizes the chief of Police, not so much the Fire Chief even though he has a bloated staff and they all make lots of $.

It'll be fun to watch who heads up her new Department of "Business." Any guesses?

Any thoughts for other people in her campaign who will end up with City jobs? There's always an assortment of losers who work on a Mayoral campaign because they need a job or career change because they can't hack it in the private sector. Keep watching.

Several Weisner loyalists have been shifted from 3rd floor into management jobs. Some may go, others may stay. Depends on who they're smart enough to openly or not so openly support in the Mayor's race and how well they can win the confidence of their co-workers, not Weisner's appointees, over the next year.

Don't pay attention to what people say, but watch what they do over the next year. They'll be many more clues on who'll be part of LCLV's administration and who's gonna be asked to leave. Those who have brains are already making other plans knowing full well that their time for feeding at the City trough is coming to an end. Don't expect her to keep unwanted marionettes.