Frankie Powell, ex-Knoxville County Deputy Sheriff
Didnít take Knox
County Sheriff Jimmy "JJ" Jones long to fire this violent
pigís fat ass. The story is interesting from both a police discipline
point of view and a media point of view.
Knoxville is in America last I looked. Itís in
Tennessee, which is now a part of America again after having made a
short but unsuccessful dash for freedom with 12 other states back in the
19th century. And this being another in the endless sequence
of stories about American police brutality, one would think that the
American press would be first in line to publish the video expose of a
fat-assíd Knoxville cop calmly strangling an totally compliant college
kid, Jarod Dotson, 22, into unconsciousness while two other cops
cuff the kid even as he falls to the ground. Thatís what happened last
night, Apr26 at a student party at UT.
Frankie Powell practicing the carotid take-down on Mr.
It's now nearly 24 hours later and I cannot find a
single word in the US MSM about the event. But itís trending
internationally online because our beloved fail-machine, the UK Daily
Mail, published a story
by Alex Gregg with the photos taken by freelance photographer John
Messner clearly showing this violent pig's assault. It's
another welcome case of reverse Big Brother in action.
Whilst dumb-ass cop #1 and dumb-ass cop #2 have yet to
be identified or, apparently, disciplined, the prick with the thick head
and thick hands around the kidís throat, Phillips, has not only been
publicly IDíd, heís been fired. Thatís right Ė within 24 hours.
Gone, and may this piece of shit never float to the surface again.
Thank you Sheriff Jones for doing the right thing: flushing the loo.
Speaking of pieces of shit that float to the surface .
. . this Knoxville prick looks surprisingly like the Internet's favorite
punching-bag, UC Davis pepper-spray aficionado, John Pike. What is it
about being a pig that makes one look like one?
T. Dee -- Frankie "Bread-line"
T. Dum -- Pepper-spray patho-prick John Pike
Well done, Sheriff Jones, John Messner, and Daily
Apr28 update from WBIR.com
[Ronald Chaperon Jr.] and Dong [Brandon Gilliam], the other participants
in this cluster-fck have received paid vacations, which is much more in
line with how police brutality is handled around the country. Maybe
they will take Tweedle Dum's example and claim disability because of the
incident. It must have been awfully stressful for them, poor