Louisiana Sheriff's Official Receives Minor Charge After Assaulting Police OfficerBy Andrew Meyer
Mar. 12, 2014
NSA Whistleblower Says NSA Spied On Congress, The Supreme Court And Trump
Antifa Thugs Beat Down & Arrested For Attacking Trump Supporters At Huntington Beach Rally
CNN's Stelter Attacks Fox News For Covering Story Of Illegal Immigrants Raping Girl At School
'Sorry, Not Sorry': Leftists Celebrate Surge In White Working Class 'Deaths Of Despair'
CNN Caught Faking Another "Live" Interview With Congressman?
Assaulting a police officer is a crime that earns special attention and sentencing from prosecutors and judges – unless, of course, the person doing the assaulting has special privileges that come with a badge. After shoving a Brusly police officer during a traffic stop in a drunken rage, Ronnie Graham was issued a mere misdemeanor summons for simple battery. While most people would likely face felony charges for assault on a police officer, Graham happens to be a Major at the West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office.