Evidently cops are supposed to shoot white guys on sight to prove to the world that they’re not racist and they will kill anyone.
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This is what Christmas looks like on Grafton Hill:
Prosecutors say man threatened family with gun on Christmas over what was playing on their TV https://t.co/eGh42btzcf
— MassLiveWoo (@MassLiveWoo) December 27, 2016
Evidently Corey Hodgon pulled a gun on several family members because he did not like what was on TV. On Christmas day nonetheless. The family, who lives on Marlboro Street (off Plantation Street), does not want to press charges. They want a psych evaluation instead, because obviously they understand that he needs help.
My question is the same question that’s on everyone’s mind – what were they watching on TV? Because it sounds like it was him and a bunch of chicks. There were some really big games on on Christmas Day. The Celtics kicked ass in the final minute of the fourth quarter, the Ravens and Steelers went at it, and the Broncos got annihilated by the Chiefs. If I had to miss all of that because my aunt wanted to watch It’s A Wonderful Life, I’d be pretty bullshit too. I wouldn’t pull a gun on them and force the SWAT team to come to the house, but I’d definitely let my displeasure be known.
Anyway, the family also says that the Worcester Police handled it wonderfully, and no one was hurt. But I guess this is a bad thing:
She doesn’t see the story on CNN. Therefore, white privilege. Because this is the kind of story CNN generally picks up. Such a strong point, thrown together in another amazing collection of sentences assembled by one of Worcester’s finest. You go Jaissy!!
Obviously what the cops should’ve done is shot this cracker to prove a point. Because cops are trained to kill white people just to show the world that they’re not afraid to light up a couple honkies.
Anyway, according to Masslive this guy is facing a bunch of charges:
“Hodgdon, 24, was held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing on two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon and three counts of improper storage of a firearm. Not guilty pleas was entered on his behalf.”
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