Help! Police Kicked This Elderly Lady So Hard With ONE Kick He Broke Her TIBIA!

Help! Police Kicked This Elderly Lady So Hard With ONE Kick He Broke Her TIBIA!

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What if She was YOUR Mother? Mrs. Sandra Corbin is a 60-year-old elderly woman and Navy veteran living in Port Charlotte, FL.  She and her husband John have been together over 35 years.  They love to go dancing.  But with ONE kick this Charlotte County Officer Deputy Aaron Williams kicked this unarmed woman to the ground so hard he broke her TIBIA and made her wet on herself.  Then he laughed.

They told her husband John he'd better not move as his wife was carted off to the hospital via ambulance for surgery, refusing to even tell him where she was being taken.  This man had to stand there......helpless.,,,as his wife screamed in pain.

Mrs. Sandra Corbin now has pins in her leg where Deputy Williams broke it.  She became wheel chair dependent, and now can only walk short distances. She and her husband can't go dancing anymore.  Their entire marriage is affected. If it's not enough that she endured the suicide of her parent as a child, she now had to endure the police breaking her leg as a senior citizen.

Let  Charlotte County FL Sheriff Bill Prummel, Jr. (941-639-2101), County Commissioner  Bill Truex (941-743-1300), and State Attorney Amira Fox (941-837-2104) know you want Deputy Aaron Williams arrested and terminated today! See the pictures on our website and Click the One-Click buttons on our website (CallRawsiWilliams.com/High-Profile-Cases.html or CallRawsiWilliams.com) to  call the numbers listed herein. Let them know you will not accept this police misconduct.

 #JusticeForJohnandSandra  #ONEKick #FireDeputyAaronWilliamstoday

 

Attorney Rawsi Williams, Esq., R.N.

Attorney | Registered Nurse | Veteran

Rawsi Williams Law Group

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