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• A Polk Sheriff’s deputy is in jail for allegedly texting a fellow deputy that lawmakers on Capitol Hill should have been “executed.” Polk County Sheriff’s deputies arrested one of their own Tuesday on charges of making violent threats connected to the riots at the U.S. Capitol. Deputy Peter Heneen was charged with a second-degree felony. The 29-year-old had worked 6 1/2 years at the Polk Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Grady Judd listed some of the threats Heneen allegedly made. “Need to make the streets of D.C. run red with blood of the tyrants. The tyrants being the feds,” Grady said. “Then Heneen said, ‘should have drug those tyrants into the streets and executed them. Sick of the corruption’.” Judd said Heneen … Read More »
• At least three other states, have modified their immunity laws following a summer of social justice protests. The fraternal order of police, a union representing officers, declined to comment on the bills saying it will wait until the proposals are heard in committee before offering an opinion. Read More »