This makes me sick. This little prepubescent adolescent looking shaved head cop who says his weapons give him a “semi” is getting away with abusing the citizens of DeKalb County GA. When is this going to stop? The police are out of control in this country. If they wonder why people HATE them, THIS is why!
Below are a few excerpts from the original story on RT.com
A rogue cop from the DeKalb County Police Department in the state of Georgia is in the news for the third time in only seven months. Officer Jerad Wheeler is now being investigated after kicking a pregnant woman in the stomach.
No charges have been filed against Officer Wheeler for kicking Raven Dozier in the abdomen after the cop responded to a call involving a child custody issue, reports local television station WSBTV News. Dozier says she was trying to calm her brother down during police questioning after a police officer used a Taser gun on her sibling. After her brother was shot, Ms. Dozier says she started crying and questioning the officer over his actions. That’s when Wheeler is reported to have gotten violent.
Ms. Dozier was just shy of nine months pregnant during the incident. She underwent an emergency c-section procedure two weeks after and gave birth to a healthy baby boy, Levii. Now more than four months after being assaulted by the officer, Dozier is still demanding justice.
A police report was filed because officers charged Ms. Dozier for obstruction during the altercation. Prosecutors have since dropped the charge.
A public profile exists on Facebook for a Jerad Wheeler from Atlanta, Georgia that lists his employer as Dekalb County Police Department. Among Wheeler’s listed activities are grappling, training, weight lifting and Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
According to the Facebook page for Jerad Wheeler, one of his favorite quotes is “Weapons give me a semi.”
The officer has a histoy of abuse…
In September, a 53-year old woman said the officer twisted her arm and slammed her into a cop car for seemingly no reason. This January, Wheeler responded to a 911 call by arriving at the wrong address, then shooting a leashed dog that was inside the incorrect home’s garage. He was exonerated of both crimes.
“It’s showing that there is an ongoing pattern and practice of attempting to clear officers of clearly illegal, unconstitutional, and improper conduct,” Bullman adds.