Sometimes big brothers give their smaller siblings a “swirly” to remind them who’s boss, but then the sibling grows up to give them one back.
Sometimes the bully at school gives the weaker kids a “swirly” to remind them who’s boss, right before the weak kid hits the gym and beats the balls off the bully.
And then you have these four feral thugs from Chicago who took the fun-and-games “swirly” to a level that indicates uncivilized torture and barbarism.
The four Chicago thugs forced a special needs guy to DRINK THE FILTHY TOILET WATER as a means of torture. They may as well have waterboarded him like he was a terrorist spy caught in a double agent scheme.
There’s a huge difference between the old school “swirly” where someone gets their hair wet and they’re embarrassed, and this hate crime torture forcing someone to ingest water that may or may not have been pissed upon (or worse).
This is the difference between a brutal hate crime and having fun.
Here’s an example of a “swirly” done in a humorous way between siblings, and you know she’ll grow up and glue his feet together or something hilarious like that. This isn’t life threatening or mentally damaging.
Here’s four thugs forcing someone with special needs to drink possibly contaminated water, causing mental anguish and possibly physical illness and poisoning.
Which one of videos contains people who belong in prison?
Which video contains real life torture?
One of the videos contain people who’ve been arrested.
Very glad to see they’ve been charged with hate crimes. They deserve a lengthy prison sentence for torturing and bullying someone physically and mentally, leaving them scarred in both ways for the rest of their life.
This is not a crime we should tolerate.
Conservative Tribune reports – The kidnapping and torture sparked a national outrage, especially after Chicago Chief Eddie Johnson, Commander Kevin Duffin and many liberal media commentators downplayed the incident, chalking it up to stupid decisions made by kids.
Stupid, yes — and hateful, vile and disgusting.
Three of the assailants —Jordan Hill, Tesfaye Cooper and Brittany Covington, were 18 years old. The third captor, Tanishia Covington, was 24. Police charged them with aggravated kidnapping, hate crime, aggravated unlawful restraint, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and residential burglary, the Cook County state’s attorney said.
Hill was also charged with robbery and possession of a stolen motor vehicle, according to WLS-TV.
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