Not only is this the act of a police officer, sworn to uphold the law, but this is also a pedophile and it seems every day, we hear more and more about them.
How do parents feel about them being on the police force? Grant it, I support law enforcement officers, just not this type. If I really want to be serious about the situation, it seems that qualified cops don’t want to get into police work because of all of this anti-cop propaganda, and this is the type of individual that is now applying.
Solomon Nhiwatiwa, a 5-year veteran of the Cleveland Police Department was arrested for allegedly trying to kidnap a 12-year-old girl who was waiting for a school bus in Euclid, Ohio. He filmed himself urinating on the young girl also.
Thirty-four-year-old Solomon Nhiwatiwa (nee-wuh-TEE’-wuh) was arrested Tuesday by Euclid police.
Court records show Nhiwatiwa was indicted Wednesday on charges that include attempted kidnapping, child enticement, indecent exposure, pandering obscenity involving a minor, assault and endangering children.
The Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH’-guh) County Prosecutor’s Office says the Aug. 16 encounter began with Nhiwatiwa asking the girl if she wanted a ride while she was waiting for a bus in a Cleveland suburb.
Court records don’t indicate whether Nhiwatiwa has an attorney. He’s in custody with an arraignment scheduled for Monday. [Associated Press]
The report states that Nhiwatiwa parked his car minutes after the first encounter, walked upon the 12-year-old, exposed himself and urinating on her while filming the incident with his cell phone.
He then got in his car and drove off.
He would be in grave danger if it were my daughter. Nothing about this story surprises me. Not the perpetrator, not the perpetrator’s race, not the nature of the crime, not the place in which it took place. What troubles me most is how this guy got through the police academy. It would be unlikely that someone who pulls a move like this doesn’t have SOME HISTORY of violent crime in his past.
Democrats will probably want this man released claiming it’s a cultural thing and we are not enlightened enough to understand it.