Cartel Run Pima County Arizona Deputy Attacks Armless-Legless Boy



VT’s Colonel Jim Hanke and former Arizona gubernatorial candidate Mike Harris investigated the white supremacist and anti-semitic “Baja Arizona” secession movement in Pima County back in 2011.

What we stumbled over was a county government including law enforcement with serious problems of drug cartel influence at every level.  Now we have this, a 300 pound skinhead deputy attacking an armless and legless child.

Why the sunglasses indoors?  Every day, hidden from the public, Abu Gharaib is repeated in hundreds of backward regions.  Here locally, the City of Grand Rapids just had to pay out $200k for sending an American born decorated former US Marine to immigration to be deported.  From Daily Beast and the Washington Post:

A secretly filmed video has exposed an Arizona law-enforcement office who tackled a shirtless 15-year-old quadruple amputee and pinned him to the floor of his Tucson group home. KOLD, which first published the video, reports that it has prompted an internal investigation at the Pima County Sheriff’s Department. The 15-year-old has only been named as Immanuel, and he’s reportedly in state custody because he was abandoned by his parents. A Pima County deputy responded to a call that alleged Immanuel was causing a disturbance. The deputy then decided to restrain him, wrapping his arms around the teenager and lying on top of him as he wrestled the boy to the floor. The quadruple amputee is clearly distressed and can be heard swearing and screaming at the deputy. The deputy is also accused of slamming the head of a 16-year-old who filmed the incident into a wall. Both boys were reportedly charged with disorderly conduct.

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