Whiny Liberal Tried To Claim The Cops Sexually Assaulted Her….And Then Came The Body Cam Footage!
We live in a world now where if you are going to accuse someone of something you had damn well better have your ducks in a row. It’s bad when someone lies, it’s even worse when they say make a claim against someone in the magnitude of a sexual assault.
To a police officer, that kind of claim can end someone’s career. Which is why it’s a great thing that you have body cams now so people cannot just flippantly make these kind of accusations anymore.
Meet Logan Huysman, a lying, conniving and presumably spoiled 18-year-old brat from Burlington, Vermont, whose attempt to smear local cops by claiming they sexually assaulted her during an altercation late last month fell by the wayside after dashcam footage was released by the city’s police chief.
The incident unfolded early on the morning of June 22, when officers found Huysman and two of her friends passed out inside a parked vehicle that was still running, smelled of alcohol and marijuana and reportedly contained paraphernalia, including a so-called bong, according to local station WPTZ.
After a brief investigation, the officers decided to confiscate the paraphernalia and let the three girls off the hook, but as Huysman waited for her father to arrive and take her home, she voluntarily chose to act like an incorrigible little snot and was soon placed under arrest.
As if she wasn’t already in enough trouble, when she finally made it back home she rushed to Facebook to post the following spurious screed (WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE):
Bad choice, kid. Last week police chief Chief Brandon del Pozo released dashcam footage from the arrest that completely dispelled the punk kid’s shameless lies.
Watch it in full below:
For demanding that the officers reimburse her for the confiscated bong, for mocking them, for performing cartwheels, for standing on a trash can, for hurling bottles and for attacking them, this arrogant child received the exact punishment she deserved: arrest.
Moreover, it was clear that the officers never overstepped their bounds, as police chief del Pozo himself made clear in a statement last month.