That may explain some of it, but Tasering a man you think may be kidnapping the child is not wise.In a statement, the hospital said Lewis was hostile and uncooperative toward staff members who were trying to find out his relationship to the infant when they saw him trying to leave.
:?Lewis was arrested and charged with endangering a child. A grand jury in May declined to indict him on that charge, but charged him with retaliation, accusing him of making threats against Boling.
:roll: As if you'd know anything about the Academy!Malum Prohibitum said:My guess is the officer just wanted to Taser the guy because he was cussing and agitated, and they teach in the Academy that the officer is in control and must maintain it, so ZAP
Somebody endangered the child. Maybe it was somebody who took deliberate action that was substantially certain to cause the child to fall to the floor, possibly having an adult fall on top of it to boot.Lewis was arrested and charged with endangering a child. A grand jury in May declined to indict him on that charge, but charged him with retaliation, accusing him of making threats against Boling.
Seems he did not think his clever plan all the way through.The elevators would not move because wristband sensors on each baby shut them off if anyone takes an infant without permission.
Hmmm, always more to the story...Child Protective Services has custody of the baby because of a history of domestic violence between Lewis and his wife, Jacqueline Gray.
There will still be a lawsuit, probably justified IMHO.Agency spokeswoman Estella Olguin said the infant does not appear to be suffering any health problems from the fall.
Did anyone see the other video story from today regarding the ammunition shortage?It doesn't take rocket science to realize the baby is going to fall.