Ok, quick rundown on me: baseball, beers, some good grubbing in the form of pizza / wings / burritos, that's a perfect evening. I'm a Twitter / Facebook obsessive, I drive way too fast and I love to have a good time and not stress about anything. Life's just too short for that nonsense, especially when there's good times to be had.
You can catch my sweet sounds on The Brew Saturdays and Sundays from 3p-9p and whenever someone calls out hungover!
That's exactly how an officer of the law is supposed to act.
New Mexico's Officer Chris Webb was at a career day in a middle school and asked the kids who would wash his car. One boy said no, and the officer claims he was joking when he pulled out his Taser and pointed it at the child. Then it fired and zapped him into unconsciousness. Officer Webb said he thought the Taser wasn't loaded and it was an accident.
What would happen if that was a gun? Officer Webb, would you have also pointed it at an innocent child, not knowing if it was loaded or not? You could have killed a boy for no reason with your Taser. What if he had a heart problem and couldn't take a shock like that? It's not unheard of for a 10 year old to have a heart attack, especially when there's all that electricity running through his body.
I'm disgusted every time I hear about a cop acting out of line. Something better happen here, more than just the three day suspension Officer Webb got. He needs to lose his badge. He could have taken that child's life because of his stupidity! Is that someone that is serving and protecting the public?
Not at all.