A New Mexico armed government worker was caught on camera Hut! Hut! Hutting! an 11-year-old girl who “took more milks from the cafeteria than she was supposed to,” according to local news coverage.
This story isn’t new in terms of the gratuitous, excessive force used by the AGW; that sort of thing is now depressingly routine. What’s new – and interesting – is that other adults who witnessed the Hut! Hut! Hutting! almost intervened.
The sixth grader apparently walked out of the cafeteria with more than her ration of milk and dared to step outside the school. These are, of course, heinous crimes that must be curb-stomped immediately.
The AGW screeches the usual “Stop resisting!” after body-slamming this kid into a wall and forcing her to the ground. Unusually, a school administrator feels compelled to tell the AGW: “She’s not a threat to yourself or others.”
The AGW indignantly replies, “No. She is.”
Of course, she’s not. Unless you consider an unarmed 11-year-old girl a “threat” to a grown (and armed) man.
I use the term loosely.
The administrator tries again: “Sir, we are not going to use excessive force to get this done.”
“We’re not excessive!” the AGW screams in response.
Watch the video; see – and decide – for yourself.
The AGW – Zach Christensen – also lied about what the girl did to “justify” the assault. He claimed she had “assaulted” school staff but “this proved not to be true,” according to news coverage.
Christensen quit before he could be fired; which means he’s eligible to “serve” as an AGW somewhere else.
At some point, people watching the next Hut! Hut! Hutting! may do more than verbally object. There may be no other way to stop all this Hut! Hut! Hutting!
And it’s got to stop.
Whatever it takes.
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