Hero Gets “Punished”

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GRABBING A WOMAN BY THE HAIR AND SMASHING HER FACE IN IS ACCEPTABLE, BUT JUST DON’T SWEAR WHILE DOING IT…

SUPERIOR, Wisconsin – After nearly a year, Officer George Gothner will finally see consequences for the violent assault of Natasha Lancour. Unfortunately, he will only be getting a ten hour suspension from officials at the Superior Police Department.

Disturbingly, the suspension that the officer recieved was not for pulling the woman by the hair, punching her in the face, or slamming her face-down onto the hood of the police car, but instead, the officer was reprimanded for how he spoke to her.

The system of how we judge officers, has to change. We will not see anything come out situations like this as long as the cops are giving attaboys to the abusive cops. We need to have an outside agency look at the use of force incidents and make a finding,” said Rick Gondik, Lancour’s Defense Attorney.k at the use of force incidents and make a finding,” said Rick Gondik, Lancour’s Defense Attorney.

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    • That’s just brilliant Me2. Need more of that in the media. BTW, at the end when the guy on the right of the news desk says it’s OK to video the cops, woman in the middle looks to the other guy as if to say “Is it OK for us to say this?”.

  1. “We need to have an outside agency look at the use of force incidents and make a finding,”
    Well, that would be a start. How about holding these LEOs personally liable for damages they cause, instead of the ‘hosts’ that pay their wages?
    (Note: hosts is a technical term having to do with parasitism.)

    • Dunno which court they took this to, but it sounds like the wrong one, considering Lancour was the defendant. They need to take it to civil court and turn her into the plaintiff.

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