After the email they sent me vowing to make things right, I wanted to give the owners of McGarvey’s pub a chance to give us the name of their employees who curb stomped a drunk and jumped a good samaritan outside of their establishment. I waited hours and despite being told that an employee was fired, they never got back to me. But they did speak with the Union Leader:
Detectives have been assigned to investigate an incident outside McGarvey’s Pub on Elm Street on New Year’s Eve after a video emerged on social media showing bouncers punching and kicking a seemingly defenseless man. As the video unfolds, at least three men with “STAFF” written in large white block letters on their T-shirts are seen grappling with an unidentified man they have pinned on the sidewalk. As the man is held down, the video shows him repeatedly punched and then kicked twice in the head and face. During the ordeal, assailants call the man names, taunt him and ignore his pleas. Once he is able to sit up, blood is seen dripping from wounds on his head.
“We are not ignoring this, it’s a serious thing, we’re taking action,” said Bob Scribner, owner of McGarvey’s, who reached out to the Union Leader on Thursday afternoon. He spoke over the telephone with a reporter for several minutes but wrapped up the conversation to speak to police detectives. He said he’s fired one person.
He said it began when security staff confronted a customer who looked sleepy and asked him to leave. He started a confrontation and locked one of the staff in a choke hold; that bouncer was losing consciousness.
“All panic ensued. All these guys who work together think one of their guys is getting killed,” Scribner said.
Wow, that sleepy drunk guy must’ve been eating his Wheaties! And that poor bouncer, he barely survived the death grasp of a middle aged drunkard who couldn’t stay awake. If the rest of the bouncers didn’t jump in and curb stomp him they’d be planning his funeral right now. Thoughts and prayers
I can’t believe he had 24 hours to think this over and this is what he decided to go with – my employees feared for their lives. Pick a side dude. Either you’re the no-nonsense boss who fires out of control employees that cost you business, or you’re the loyal boss who stands by his employees even when they’re massive fuck ups. You can’t be both. You couldn’t possibly come up with a less believable story than “the bouncer was about to get choked out.”
Since he won’t out them, I will. The bouncer who kicked the dude’s head in is Trevor Dyer.
Trevor has a tendency to stomp on people’s heads when they’re immobilized and unable to fight back.
He took his Facebook page down after seeing last night’s live show, in which I asked for his name. But the Internet is forever.
This is former car salesman Dustin Bourque.
Dustin didn’t like the fact that a good samaritan was asking his friend not to curb stomp a guy he didn’t know, so he hit the good samaritan unprovoked, and then charged after him (with 3 of this black shirted thug friends) and tackled the dude into a snowbank.
I spoke with Detective Flynn tonight, who sounds like he met with the owner of McGarvey’s prior to that. Yet the detective didn’t know the names of the bouncers yet. How is that possible? Unless of course the owner is covering for them. Of course we have no actual proof that one of these ogres was actually fired, and you’d think that he would want to quickly distance himself from these jack booted thugs by outing them and making sure they were brought to justice.
Let’s hope MPD does the right thing by dropping the charges against Brandon Prichette, and filing charges against Trevor Dyer and Dustin Bourque.
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