Cop Who Pulled Gun On Man For 'Holding Up McDonald's Drive-Thru Line' Gets Probation, Community ServiceChris | InformationLiberation
Jan. 13, 2014
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Veteran police officer Detective Sgt. Scott Biumi, 48, of the DeKalb County Police Department was caught on video pulling a gun on Ryan Mash, 18, who was at the front a McDonald's drive-thru line, because he felt the young man was responsible for "holding up" the line. He was indited on two counts of aggravated assault back in July of last year. Biumi was finally just sentenced, all he's getting is 10 years probation and 120 hours community service -- no jail time.
Here's a thought experiment to question if we have a two-tiered justice system: What do you think the punishment would have been if it was a citizen who pulled a gun on a cop because he thought he was holding up a McDonald's drive-thru line?
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