Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

DEPUTY PUNCHES BOY IN THE FACE … IN COURT… Boy Gets Charged With Assault

Secrets of the Fed
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May 14th, 2014
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Usually, it’s the judge who decides how to handle a kid in court who’s accused of an offense.

But in eastern Tennessee, a lawsuit filed on April 24 alleges that it was a court bailiff — a sheriff’s deputy — who meted out an instant physical penalty last year in the middle of a juvenile court proceeding. The alleged incident took place in Cocke County, a region near Knoxville that has struggled in recent years with FBI investigations and multiple allegations of law enforcement corruption  and abuse and judicial impropriety.

Bailiff Jim Huskey is accused in the federal lawsuit of walking across a Cocke County courtroom in April 2013 and allegedly striking a 14-year-old boy in the face after the teen uttered comments the boy’s mother agreed were disrespectful to the presiding judge. The boy, identified as D.W., was in court on a minor misdemeanor charge related to underage alcoholconsumption, according to the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Greenville, Tenn.

After the boy entered a plea in court that day, the suit claims, Cocke County Judge John A. Bell “repeatedly badgered” and “threatened D.W. with contempt” if he did not reveal who provided him with alcohol. When the boy refused to disclose information and uttered the disrespectful comments, according to the suit, Huskey crossed the room and hit the boy. The judge ordered D.W. removed, the suit claims, and four deputies allegedly wrestled the boy to the ground and took him out of court.

“The blow to the face was loud enough to be heard throughout the courtroom and left a red mark on D.W.’s face,” according to the complaint. “At no time before bailiff Huskey struck D.W. was D.W. violent or did he pose a threat to anyone.”

The civil-rights complaint is filed against Huskey and the Cocke County Sheriff’s Department. It alleges that the bailiff committed battery and violated D.W.’s constitutional rights by using excessive, unnecessary force. The suit is also claims that the relatively small — and historically troubled — Cocke County Sheriff’s Department has “maintained a policy or practice of encouraging the use of needless force to intimidate citizens.”

Although Ms. Williford asked the office of the district attorney to file assault charges againstBailiff Huskey for “striking a child without need or provocation,” the lawsuit says the day after Ms. Williford filed the criminal complaint, the teen was charged additionally with assaulting the deputies who had removed him from the courtroom.

Read More at The Center For Public Integrity

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  • Truth, Justice & AMERICAN Way

    ILLEGAL LEOs should be JAILED

  • CharlesH

    Pigs. One day.

  • PIG SLAUGHTER

    ITS REAL IMPORTANT TO HASSLE TEENAGE BOYS FOR ALCOHOL ISNT IT. EUROPE DOESNT EVEN HAVE DRINKING LAWS AND ITS STILL STANDING. I PRAY TO GOD THAT PEOPLE START SHOOTING THESE CORRUPT TERRORIST PIGS BEFORE WE LOOSE ALL OUR HUMAN RIGHTS. EVERY GENOCIDE IN HISTORY WAS COMMITTED BY MILITARY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT.

  • AL KIPF

    They know who the feral hog is, take care of it.

  • James Bergen

    It is clear the officer had a hard on for the boy. Now get him regestered as a sex ofender. To help him find a new job.

  • Thomas Parker

    I can’t help but notice that the attitude of Daily Sheeplers toward law enforcement is very similar to some Black Panthers I worked with back in the sixties. You’ll have even picked up some of their lingo. I fully expect you’ll to start referring to Amerika. Off the pigs! Goddam right, motherfuckers!

  • D’oro

    ALL THIS OVER _ALCOHOL_!!!!

    GUYS… I’M IN MY EARLY TWENTIES… I HAVEN’T EVEN SEEN ‘THE GOOD OLD DAYS THAT YA’LL TALK ABOUT… AND EVEN I KNOW THIS IS INSANE!!

    If you guys are not talking to your Family, Friends, Coworkers and Neighbors about CONCRETE plans to form a Defensive Free Community Defense Group, YOU CAN KISS THIS F*CKING COUNTRY GOODBYE!!! GET ON IT!

  • Justin OB

    another punk ass pig cop. whats new?

  • Altair

    What that cop did was wrong and he should be punished for. BUT we can only guess what the other side of this story is, and my own guess is that the boy did not show respect in the courtroom. Again my opinion is that young people in general, today have A LOT LESS respect for any and all around them, they are (almost) all self centered and selfish.
    Therefore I can somewhat understand court bailif, but I am NOT defending him in regard of his actions.

    • Reverend Draco

      Like anyone with more than 2 brain cells to rub together has an iota of respect for “the law” these days. . .

      “The boy” showed more respect for the court than the court showed him – “the boy” didn’t physically assault anyone.

  • Reverend Draco

    If that happened to my daughter or granddaughter, there’s be some new, freshly dug, deep graves (because shallow graves get you busted every time) being filled in short order.

    I wouldn’t own the city if you gave it to me.

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