From the Ranch

From the Ranch

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

What Happens When a Person is Riddled by the Army?

Someone shows up in their home with a tazer and a billy club....  No matter how much the person screams, "what are you doing here?" or their neighbor shouts, "you cannot be here!," the person's lack of knowledge that the "protective order has been rescinded," is nothing more than a source of amusement for their abuser.  The abuser CAN be there, he CAN threaten the person and their German neighbor with a tazer and a billy club... the Army says so... it isn't a crime unless he actually touches the person with the tazer, or he swings the billy club at the person...  Threatening the person, firing the tazer in the air, holding the billy club up, filming the person's terror, that's amusement for the person's abuser which the Army won't do anything about.  The fact that the behavior is in front of two small children, who are also terrified is not a factor either. This behavior does not meet the criteria for the commission of a crime, according to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and the Army will take no action.  A two star general will put that in writing... Want to see proof of that?  I have a copy of the letter...