GA Youth Football Coach Assaults Little Boy

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It is a Father’s duty to teach and protect his Children.

Youth Football Coach Will Be
Charged with Child Abuse

KISSIMMEE, FL  –  The GA Youth Football Coach who smacked a 9-year-old player TWICE will be hit with Child Abuse charges, prosecutors announced.

“The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office along with our local state attorney’s office have reviewed this case and the decision has been made that charges for child abuse will be filed, regardless of parent’s decision not to press charges,” Maj. Jacob Ruiz said.

THE SLEEPER

They Called Down The Thunder: A Father’s Right.

For reasons of my own, I refuse to include this video here.  No GOOD MAN would want to see this piece of Sewer Rat Dung assault this little boy.  This is part of the #AntiChild mindset, and also a big part of the every day VIOLENCE liberal Law Makers are attempting to force us to endure by blaming the actions of individuals with no respect for our LAWS on Our Law Enforcement Officers.
The Obama Administration, The Supreme Court, Our Law Makers, Penn State, the Jerry Sanduskys, and Dennis Hasterts of Our Country, are pushing their #AntiChild Agenda, #AntiFamily Agenda, and #AntiAmerican Agenda.
I urge each and every one of you to join with us in SUPPORTING OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS.
Robert StrongBow

“The actions of this person are despicable and there is zero-tolerance when it comes to the abuse of a child.”

As we first reported, law enforcement already launched a child abuse investigation into Gerrell Williams over the December 7 incident that took place at a youth football event in Kissimmee, Florida.

During the course of the investigation, officers spoke with the victim’s mother who said she did NOT want to move forward with criminal charges against Williams.

It can be tough for prosecutors to get a conviction without a cooperating victim — but in this case, officials feel the video and witnesses will be enough to prove his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

Williams was fired from his job as a counselor at the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office detention center as a result of his actions in the video.

He later issued a video apology — in which he admits to smacking the child and says, “I’m gonna apologize for my actions.”

The video was widely condemned by some of the country’s top athletes…