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Texas Cop Gets Off Scot Free After Arrested For Repeatedly Pepper Spraying 3-Year-Old Baby

Home»US»Texas Cop Gets Off Scot Free After Arrested For Repeatedly Pepper Spraying 3-Year-Old Baby Matt Agorist 2022-05-14

Refugio County, TX — In March of last year, just days after he was awarded “Officer of the Year,” Refugio police officer Lee Jordan injured a 3-day old infant — with pepper spray. Several weeks later, he was held accountable and charged with official oppression and injury to a child.

Now, a year after he was formally indicted by a grand jury, he’s been found not guilty — despite video evidence of the act.

Assistant District Attorney Tim Poynter, who prosecuted the case, said cases against peace officers are challenging because of the community’s backing of law enforcement. Though the case faltered, he said he didn’t regret taking it to trial because he believed “clear and unjustifiable harm” was done to the infant, Rico Paredes.

“No one is above the law. No one

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