TG the parents and prosecutors in this area are more perceptive than the moron millenials defending this creep.
A parent saw the video posting and notified the school. Authorities then intervened. The video has since been removed from the Internet.
Parents of the children were still reeling when they left the courtroom. Their kids’ identities were apparent in the YouTube video.
One visibly angry man expressed his displeasure with Muskegon County 60th District Court Visiting Judge Robert A. Benson’s decision to allow Emory to go free on bond.
He got our kid on video!, one angry Beechnau father shouted.
Another upset father, Charles Willick, of 1100 N. Ravenna, told reporters that its ridiculous what Emory did with the video.
Im disgusted by it, Willick said. It was totally uncalled for.
Authorities also learned that Emory had played the same edited video last week at downtown Muskegons Club Envy, 441 W. Western, during a performance that Emory called a variety show.
Willick said he recently learned about that aspect of the case.
Obviously were not happy about that, he said.
As part of Emorys bond, the judge prohibited Emory from posting any more videos on social networks or participating in any open-microphone nights.
Emory is also to have no contact with minor children, as a condition of the bond, the judge said, except for those he has contact with at his job at a local restaurant.