Pig news, again.

police-brutalityPig James Chevas costs Chicago $261,000 because he beat up a woman, and like other pigs, had the gall to charge her with aggravated battery of a police officer.

But she refused officers’ request to sign a blank criminal complaint form against her assailant, and things reportedly turned ugly.

Robin Petrovic said after the verdict. “I feel somewhat distrustful of the police,.” Robin has GOOD REASON to be distrustful.

Pig Chevas is also a thief. He was caught using stolen credit cards.

North Adams Mass. pig / ghost hunter (yes, he hunts ghosts too) Joshua Mantello, 29 likes to beat up people, in between exorcisms.

Mantello is charged with two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery, witness intimidation, and filing a false police report.

Pig Mantello is the founder of the Berkshire Paranormal Group.

And again, from Chicago, we have The UberPig (ubersow?) herself that has been found in contempt of court.

Superintendent Jody Weis simply refuses to hand over a list of officers who have multiple complaints filed against them. She thinks it’s a bad idea and a really mean thing to do to her fellow piglets. It might embarrass them. Defying a court order is easier, I guess.



CBS 2:

Chicago Police Supt. Jody Weis has complied with a court order to turn over the names of officers who have citizen complaints against them, after a federal judge ruled him in contempt of court.

The list has the names of officers who have been the subject of at least five citizen complaints since 2000. Weis says as it stands now, a protective order prevents the list from being released to anyone other than attorneys and judges.


So Jody is an Uberboar. I was wrong, sue me. He’s still just a pig.

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