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Posted on 10/25/2013 1:33:32 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
Cop suspended after horrific video of him 'kicking and hitting his child because she ate carrots' is released as it emerges police police chief knew and did nothing
A police officer is accused of beating his teenage daughter, force feeding her hot sauce, beating her with ropes and tying her hands with plastic zip ties and handcuffs, it emerged today. Jeremy Yachik, 35, from Loveland, Colorado, was arrested on Wednesday morning and charged with four counts of child abuse and one count of false imprisonment. His ex-fiancee Ashley Saint-Roberts sent an email to officers and news agencies accusing Yachik of child abuse and of beating her, which included an embedded video depicting a 'recording of a child being choked, punched and kicked by an adult male'. Saint-Roberts said she began going public with the video after she sent it to Yachik's boss, Chief Johnson, and he did not respond to her. However, Saint-Roberts said Yachik did call her and said: 'Nice try
trying to get me fired
it's not going to work', according to the affidavit. The tape, obtained by KDVR, shows a darkened figure of a man standing over teen who is on the floor crying. The man can be heard asking the girl: 'You had what?' She replies 'carrots', and the man appears to hit the girl before saying 'exactly', and kicking her. Yachick, his daughter, and Yachiks home living room were all positively identified in the video recording. He can be seen punching and kicking the screaming teenage girl after she ate carrots out of the fridge.
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That child is going to need a lot of real love before she is okay.
To serve and protect....................my hind leg...............
Looks like a fine upstanding young..............THUG.................
Beat her for eating carrots? I blame Michelle Obama and the “let’s move” campaign.
She got him arrested and he will probably go to prison......THAT WORKS!.................
She ate freaking carrots for dinner and this animal beats her?
Drop this A-hole in a wood chipper and be done with it.
I’d like to kick his ass but, look forward to the prison population making him someone’s bitch.
A video? WHO recorded it?
I’m reminded of that bastid judge in Texas who beat his daughter.
This thug needs to be punished with hard jail time, permanently fired from the police force and, above all, prevented from getting a “disability retirement” from the force at his current age of 35 or at any time in the future.
And Police Chief Johnson needs to be disciplined for covering for the despicable cop.
I’ve met many good cops - and more than couple psychos.
It seems the responsibility of the job raises and improves many policemen, while the power of the job seems to make the psychos even worse.
The audacity of that brat.
This guy and his boss should do some hard time
If convicted, Jeremy Yachik could face up to 18 months in prison for each of the four child abuse charges, plus up to an additional year on the false imprisonment charge, according to Fox31.
You gotta be bleeping me.
Here’s hoping he gets REAL justice while locked inside. And when he does get released - he has a nice wheelchair to use. For the rest of his life.
You are for mucho trouble for posting that.
Whoa, wait a minute here...She had carrots! CARROTS! Of ALL things, CARROTS! Can you blame the guy??
He is not a police officer, he is a pos.
Hey maybe those carrots were helping him to get home safe after a hard shift, right...?
People aren’t considering all the circumstances, sheesh
I’ve re-read the article 3x, and can’t figure out why “carrots” set him off. He must just be NUTZ.
Where’s Moochelle “Her Lardass” 0bummer on this veggie abuse?
In other words his boss told on the girl, the boss should be jailed for putting her in danger
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