“I’m Being Threatened.”

TDC Note – The new buzz word the murderous cops are using to justify all of their actions. Group of children screaming and being children “I’m being threatened and needed to _____.” Fill in the blank–murder, prepper spray, man-handle, kick in the face, flash bomb the crib. Whatever happens the actions are being justified and supported by local TV stations, Mayor’s Offices’ , local Council members and District Attorneys. You don’t think so? Well, google the number of police prosecuted, convicted and now serving time for any of the crimes listed above. Find out for yourself. Keep in mind we have an ongoing list of both citizens killed by cops, from multiple sources, along with an ongoing list of cops that have died for multiple reasons, including by citizens, all of which is found in the lower left corner of the home page of this website under the heading “Who is the Real Killer”. By Matt Agorist, The Free Thought Project Pawtucket, RI — At Toleman High School on Wednesday, a brief video sparked outrage showing a police officer violently arresting a 14 -year-old boy. Police said that student was acting unruly before the incident, allegedly trying to fight another student, so they moved in. According to police, while the officer was trying to arrest the 14-year-old, the student’s 17-year-old brother attacked the officer. The video does not show the attack; it only shows the 17-year-old boy face down on the floor. At this point, the 14-year-old approached the officer, and he’s immediately and violently slammed to the ground. On Wednesday, the video quickly went viral sparking a subsequent protest at Toleman high on Thursday. The protest was entirely peaceful at first but became a bit chaotic when the fire alarm went off inside the school, and all the students were forced to evacuate. As the protest grew, the mayor got involved. “I’m asking you to put your trust in me,” Mayor Don Grebien said to the students. “I’m going to listen to you.” According to WDAM, Grebien pleaded for the students to head back to class. He decided to meet with a few students at city hall. As the police presence increased, so did the tension, and a window was allegedly broken. After police arrested two adults and eight teenagers, they then began to move in on the crowd, dousing them with pepper spray in the process. Police say they were forced to pepper spray the crowd of high schoolers because they were “being threatened.” “Myself along with Chief King, the Pawtucket Police Chief, spoke with State Colonel Steven O’Donnell and we had conversations and we all agreed that the Pawtucket Police Department and Rhode Island State Police will be jointly conducting a full investigation of the video that we’ve all seen and the issue at hand,” Grebien said. “I believe that we need to make sure this is a transparent process, there needs to be some open dialogue.” The protest wrapped up by 11:30 am and there were no further incidents. On Thursday, WRPI spoke with the two teens who said there was no need for the police brutality.

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