Friday, April 17, 2020

Cops and Bureaucraps who need to be fired as well as sued.

Starting with Sheriff Joseph Konrath and Patrol Sergeant Cameron Klump from Marquette County Sheriff's Department, followed by the supposed adults running the high school.

Short version: kid got sick, doctors decided she had the Wuflu, she posted about it, and the uniformed thugs demanded
...remove Amyiah's Instagram posts. If they refused, Klump said the family faced charges for disorderly conduct and Klump told them he would "start taking people to jail," according to the suit.

What the hell, you may ask, was their supposed justification for this?
Konrath's justification was that there had been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county. He found out about the Instagram post from Amyiah's high school. The Cohoon family had contacted the school to let them know about Amyiah's infection, but nobody ever contacted them back to get more information. It appears that instead the school contacted the police.
But wait!  There's MORE!
That evening the family would discover that a school administrator sent out an alert to families accusing Cohoon of making it up and assuring families that any information of infection was just a rumor. "Let me assure you there is NO truth to this," the message read. "This was a foolish means to get attention and the source of the rumor has been addressed. This rumor had caught the attention of our Public Health Department and she was involved in putting a stop to this nonsense."
Well then...

I hope every clown involved in this loses their ass.


Anonymous said...

You see, school officials know much more than doctors. That is how kindygarden teachers are able to prescribe powerful restricted drugs for any boys that act like boys.

markm said...

If this cover-up worked for long enough for the virus to spread to people who believed there was no COVID-1 (this morning, Marquette County had the most cases of any county in the Upper Peninsula), and if anyone dies, the school officials should be charged with manslaughter. The cop should be charged with a civil rights violation - and since that's a felony, any death should invoke felony murder. But we all know the prosecutors won't be aggressive in prosecuting crimes by other government employees....

We need to bring back private prosecutions. That is, anyone should be able bring a criminal case against government employees before a grand jury or judge with the same procedures as DA's use, get an indictment, prosecute the case, and be paid for their time and costs if successful, from the budget of the agency involved. If those in power think it's too easy for outsiders to harass them with bogus charges, then they should tighten up the indictment process so no one, including the DA can get an indictment without a solid case.