Date of incident June 1st 2018
Chicago Police Department
Chicago Police bullies caused a 10 year old 4th grade boy to pee his pants when they grabbed and handcuffed him because he “fit the description.” of a young black male on a bike, wearing all blue, with a gun. The boy, Michael Thomas jr. was not on a bike, and was wearing a black shirt, although he did have blue sweat pants on. The boy was playing in his grandmother's front yard when police approached him. He became scared, and tried to run. (A black boy in Chicago afraid of police? How odd.)
The boy that they were looking for was a 14 year old who had escaped from a juvenile detention facility, and had been reported to have been seen “passing out a gun” (whatever that means)
Although the boy they were looking for was a teenager at 14 years old, police quickly changed the narrative by saying that they had reported the boy as being 12 to 14 years old. Soon, it just became that they were looking for a 12 year old. Probably because that sounds like a more reasonable mistake to make.
“You can look at him and tell he's no teenager,” said Starr Ramsey, Michael’s mother. “Ten years old you get handcuffed? You scarred him for life.”
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson quickly defended his officers by saying that cops are far too stupid to know the difference between a 14 year old teenager and a 10 year old little boy. After all, they don't hire cops for their intelligence.
Michael's uncle told reporters that there were at least 4 other boys in the immediate area that also “fit the description” of a young black male wearing something that was blue. His Grandmother also explained that Michael was already afraid of police, because they had killed the boy's father, and that is why he tried to run when police approached him.
It took these brainiacs 15 minutes to figure out that they had the wrong person, and set the crying boy free. (obviously a hardened criminal who had escaped juvenile hall)
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