By Matt Agorist Image Credit: Charlie Archambault/Center for Public Integrity
Lynchburg, VA — Nothing wreaks of the police state like police officers assaulting and arresting children at school; especially an 11-year-old boy with autism.
Meet Kayleb Moon-Robinson, a 6th grader at Linkhorne Middle School, whose life has been forever changed thanks to the American police state.
Kayleb’s problems began one day as a teacher was yelling at him for misbehaving. In a fit of anger, Kaleb kicked a trashcan; not a teacher, not another student, a trashcan.
When the school police officer witnessed Kaleb’s attack on the trashcan, instead of getting detention or losing his recess …read more