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Article posted Oct 09 2013, 4:59 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Hero Cop Takes On 2-Yr-Old In His Care

Chris | InformationLiberation


Here's another one of those "heroes in uniform" that keeps us so safe.

AL.com reports:
MOBILE, Alabama -- The Prichard police officer arrested Friday and charged with aggravated child abuse is believed to have attacked a 2-year-old girl multiple times while she stayed with him over the summer, according to the Mobile County Sheriff's Office.

Bryan Aadam Pearman, 24, has been charged with one count of aggravated child abuse in the case, a felony with a maximum sentence of 20 years.

Investigators say the 2-year-old victim sustained multiple injuries, including reported head injuries and bruising, while she was staying with Pearman over the summer, said Sgt. Joe Mahoney of MCSO.

"The injuries were consistent with really going above and beyond, you know, like a pat on the butt," Mahoney said. "I mean, what can a 2-year-old do to deserve that?"

Pearman joined the Prichard Police Department in October 2011. He graduated from the police academy in July 2012, according to posts to his social media page.

One year later, on July 30, a woman called the Child Advocacy Center to report Pearman had abused her 2-year-old daughter. The child's mother reported the suspected abuse after she and her daughter were reunited, Mahoney said.

"The investigation took a while, but the child was placed back with her mother and that gave us time to really strengthen our case," Mahoney said.
AL.com reports the officer had previously faced charges for shooting his neighbors dog with a .22 rifle as it was returning to its home after playing with some neighborhood children. AL.com notes Pearman "was set to go before a jury on March 22, 2010; however, the charge was instead dismissed with conditions."





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trm

Posted: Oct 09 2013, 10:23 AM

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75164 The fucker was incapable of being a pig when he shot the neighbors dog so who in their right minds vetted this sorry ass pile of excrement for his stint as a pos pig?
Anonymous

Posted: Oct 09 2013, 6:50 PM

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216229 It is beyond obvious that our police are scum. What entity out there can handle this? Nobody, so we are stuck with this scum until the people can decide that we are done with this. It is either that, or you will be reading reports like this for the rest of your life. choose.


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