Sometimes it seems everything — politics, the economy, our corrupt culture — just keeps getting worse.
But we can take some small satisfaction from three bad people — a state legislator, a school superintendent, and a college instructor — getting their just desserts.
Here is the first miscreant, former Nevada State Assemblyman Steven Brooks.
The AP reports that on Thursday, March 28, 2013, Brooks became the first lawmaker in Nevada history to be expelled from the Legislature, following the recommendation of a bipartisan panel. Lawmakers cited concerns about their own safety around him.
The disgraced former legislator then led authorities in California on a 15-mile high-speed (more than 80 mph) freeway chase before he was shocked with a stun gun and arrested on charges including resisting arrest.
It’s one thing for Brooks to threaten harm on his colleagues. But this despicable man hurt a police dog!
Barstow Police Chief Albert Ramirez said in a statement that when the police dog was sent into Brooks’ SUV, Brooks choked and hit the dog with a socket wrench. The dog, named Buck, was treated by a veterinarian for cuts on the head and leg.
My posts on the other two miscreants will follow … soon! 😀
Here’s my posts on the other two miscreants:
- Florida Atlantic U. instructor Deandre Poole: “Stomp on Jesus” instructor put on administrative leave”
- Former Atlanta school superintendent Beverly Hall: “Justice! – Former superintendent indicted for Atlanta public schools cheating“