"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
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Sunday, February 26, 2012

POLICE STATE - Father of 4 year old girl strip-searched because she drew a picture of a gun

Arrested Jessie Sansone was arrested at his daughter's school after the 4-year-old drew a picture of a gun.   (Peter Lee, Record Staff)

Big Brother Police State
Father arrested because his 4 year old daughter drew a picture of a gun at school.

  • Fascist police strip-searched the father and threw him in jail.
  • The Mother and 3 children were dragged before Family and Children’s Services for interrogation.

The jack boots of Fascism are in full goose-step.

A Kitchener, Canada father was arrested by police at his children’s’ school, hauled him down to the station and strip-searched.  All because his four-year-old daughter drew a picture of a gun at school.

“I’m picking up my kids and then, next thing you know, I’m locked up,” said Jessie Sansone, 26, reports The Record.

“I was in shock. This is completely insane. My daughter drew a gun on a piece of paper at school.”

The school principal, police and child welfare officials, however, all stand by their actions. They said they had to investigate to determine whether there was a gun in Sansone’s house that children had access to.

“From a public safety point of view, any child drawing a picture of guns and saying there’s guns in a home would warrant some further conversation with the parents and child,” said Alison Scott, executive director of Family and Children’s Services.

Police officers went to his home, where his wife and 15-month-old child were waiting for his return.  They made his wife come to the police station while the other three children were taken to Family and Children’s Services to be interviewed.

“Nobody was given any explanation,” said his wife, Stephanie Squires. “I didn’t know why he was being arrested.

“He had absolutely no idea what this was even about. I just kept telling them. ‘You’re making a mistake.’ ”

At the police station the father kept asking questions. He was given a blanket and told he would appear before a judge in the morning to post bail.

“I was getting pretty scared at that point,” Sansone said. “It seemed like I was actually being charged at this point.”  He was forced to remove his clothes for a full strip search.

Several hours later, a detective apologized and said he was being released with no charges, Sansone said.
(The Record)

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