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Texas pregnant Air Force Vet beaten by police, arrested, kids kidnapped by CPS for shoving with husband

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American Dream? More like the American Horror. A Texas PREGNANT woman who so happens to be a decorated US Air Force Veteran in Iraq has been beaten inside her own house, arrested, for 6 days in jail, had her kids basically kidnapped by the communist-like American Child Protection Services. And on top of that she was charged with “assaulting police officers” and basically not willingly allowing her child to be stolen away forever by the authorities. Why? Just because she had a shoving episode with her husband. One of the kids then told the teacher at school about his parents fighting, then the moronic teacher called in the CPS.

Stories like this were actually quite common back in the Soviet Union, yet Texas conservatives such as Alex Jones would have you believe America is the incarnation of the Third Reich when in fact modern America is clearly slowly sliding towards an incarnation of the bolshevik-communistic Soviet Union where children were rewarded for denouncing their parents to teachers, had them removed from their parents and had their parents either arrested and sent to Gulags or simply executed.

The United Kingdom, like most of the anglosphere countries is also following the same trend. However parents in the UK have started to move to Ireland where things are still more normal. Americans on the other hand, no matter what their authorities do to them, they almost never leave their country. They somehow falsely believe that America is the only country on the planet where they can live their lives.

Thanks to a surveillance system in her parents’ home, a video has been published online that appears to prove her allegations. An investigation is under way.

The Hunt County sheriff’s deputy has been identified as one of several officers who stood in the woman’s home in Quinlan on the evening of March 4. Two officers can be seen keeping Deanna Robinson in the corner of her kitchen, next to the counter, restraining her, as her 18-month-old toddler watched.

Next, the deputy can clearly be seen taking at least two quick punches at Robinson, who wouldn’t stop yelling. This was after she shouted, “I’m pregnant.” She was handcuffed during this, she told the attorney’s office on Monday, according to WFAA.

Robinson, 38, is a decorated Air Force veteran and recipient of the Airman’s Medal for the time she pulled her colleagues out of a burning plane in Iraq. She now lives in Quinlan, with another infant and three step children, aged six to nine. But her marriage had been undergoing a turbulent period lately, which culminated in a shoving match with her husband several days prior to the incident.

Apparently, one of the kids told a teacher at school, who then reported the couple to Child Protection Services. She was arrested on March 4 on charges of resisting arrest, assaulting a police officer and interference with child custody, and spent some six days in jail.

The court case was over her 18-month-old son, Landry. The rest of the children are now in protective custody, while the infant son, Levi, who was born less than a week after her release from custody, is with grandparents.

That evening, child services officials showed up at Robinson’s home, accompanied by sheriff’s deputies, to take Landry away.

“I’m 38 weeks pregnant, and with my stomach again repeatedly pressed into that counter, and with my 18-month old son watching his mother be assaulted, and him screaming in fear,” she says. “There’s nothing that warrants what they did to me.”

She remembers the officers telling her ‘We’re here to remove your son,’ and her replying, ‘Nobody is touching my kid without a court order or a warrant.’ The officers reportedly did not present any papers and, when she tried to shut the door on them, forced their way in.

Deanna Jo Robinson

Robinson says her stomach hit the kitchen counter repeatedly during the incident, causing heavy bruising.

Robinson received the Air Force’s highest honor, the Airman’s Medal, after helping drag several soldiers from a burning plane in Iraq.

She tells WFAA: “I’m positioning myself in front of my child as the officers are screaming, ‘There’s the kid, grab him!’” That’s when they proceeded to handcuff her as she was pressed up against the kitchen surface.

The police, however, had a different narrative to the story: that Robinson was reaching for a weapon. The evidence will be reviewed to establish the truth. The sheriff later told reporters he was not sure what went down, but that the unidentified deputy said Robinson had loosened his ammunition belt in the chaos.

In the video, Robinson can be seen struggling with the officers, something she only says she did because the pressure they were applying when pressing into her was hurting her unborn child.

She later told reporters the officers hit her five or six times. The video cuts off just before the deputy’s hand comes down on her a second time. Robinson also reported lingering pain for weeks, and her stomach appears to show bruising from the incident.

She’s thankful Levi is a healthy child. “It certainly could have turned out differently.” She says she misses her kids very much and that she’ll be pushing for the officer responsible for hitting her repeatedly to be fired.

Dozens of calls came to the sheriff’s department following the release of the video. Hundreds of concerned citizens also posted on the department’s Facebook page, voicing outrage, while the town of Quinlan also saw people go out on to the streets, encouraging others to view the video.

The sheriff department’s Facebook page showed a statement from Sheriff Randy Meeks, saying that all such cases are handled with the utmost seriousness and that an investigation is under way to determine “if any violations occurred.” He promised to make the findings public.

Robinson’s attorney Carol Gustin told reporters “There’s no reason in my mind that an officer should pull his hand up above his body and hit a pregnant woman multiple times. Law officers are there to protect and serve. Where was the protection for her and this baby?”

Her other attorney, Scott Cornuaud, believes Child Protective Services is to blame for involving the police at all. “They’re out of control. There’s no oversight. They went about it the wrong way.”

CPS was onsite when the incident with the police took place. Cornuaud wonders why they did not intervene when a pregnant woman was being hit.

The services offered no comment on this.


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3 Responses to " Texas pregnant Air Force Vet beaten by police, arrested, kids kidnapped by CPS for shoving with husband "

  1. Shue Arie says:

    The USA is nothing but a shit hole.

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  2. Defiant says:

    There is one inaccuracy in the article by the way, americans are leaving the US. en mass nowdays, 8million americans are living abroad and their numbers grow exponentially so fast that IRS now tries to block them by any means to leave the country, similar things happened in the eastern block towards the fall but even than there wasnt that many people leaving, just sayin.
    Good luck guys you will need it.

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  3. Defiant says:

    Probably not even in nazi Germany.

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