Lee County, Florida: Dumbass sheriff arrests & jails innocent boy, 12, and posts mugshot on FB

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    Dumbass sheriff busts innocent 12-year-old autistic boy before he does his investigation, tossing him in jail overnight and posting his mugshot on Facebook to be humiliated by 170,000 people:


    Teen accused in mass shooting threat at Fort Myers school framed, family says

    22 September 2021


    The family of a teen accused of threatening to commit a mass shooting at a Fort Myers school said he was framed. Lee County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Michael Cook on Monday and charged him with sending a written threat to commit a mass shooting at Three Oaks Middle School. The sheriff’s office said they made that arrest because the email came from his account. Cook’s family said he spent a night in jail for this, and they were heartbroken to read thousands of comments under his mugshot, which was posted online, for a crime he didn’t commit. His family ...


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    Family says Lee County sixth-grader with autism didn’t write email threat

    A sixth-grader will not have charges filed against him after he was arrested and accused of making threats. The attorney for the student says he has autism and says he didn’t understand what he had done wrong. A Three Oaks Middle School teacher recently found a threatening email sent by one of her students, who wrote that he would bring a gun to school and harm other students. After further investigation, the student’s mom was able to speak up for her son and showed investigators that, while the email looked like it came from his account, he didn’t write it. ...


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    12-year-old with autism spent night in jail after school threat accusation: report

    A Florida 12-year-old with autism spent a night in jail last week after he was accused of making a school threat via email, but his parents and attorney say the boy wasn’t the one who send the message. The family may sue, saying the experience traumatized the child, a student at Three Oaks Middle School in Fort Myers, Wink News reported. No charges will be filed against the boy. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office says it has identified another suspect. After a teacher received an email that read, “I’m taking a gun to school on Friday; I’m going to kill ...


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