In the midst of tension between civilians and police officers in this country, an officer from Kansas decided to troll a random person, not by attacking them, but by attacking her daughter. Officer Rodney Lee Wilson was dismissed from the Overland Park police force Friday after threatening Dallas resident LaNaydra Williams’ 5-year-old daughter, India on Facebook.
“We’ll see how much her life matters soon,” he wrote on a 2014 photo of the little girl. “Better be careful leaving your info open where she can be found:) Hold her close tonight it’ll be the last time.” Terrified by the comment from Wilson, Williams reported the comment. Wilson was fired the next morning, only after launching an ivestagation. Intially they said that the officer was hacked, but that later turned out to not be true. In response to the horrifying incident, the Overland Park police department issued the following statement:
Williams spoke with Fox News Kansas City affiliate WDAF, confirming that Overland Park Police Chief Francis Donchez Jr. called her to apologize. However, she’s still shaken about the safety of her family.
“How do I know he won’t come and retaliate? How do I know that? I don’t,” she said. Even more devastating is the fact that she’s not sure how to explain the incident to little India, whom she says “loves police.”
“Maybe I’ll just say he was one bad cop, Not all of them are like that. I don’t think she’ll think they’re all like that either way.”
Source: Fox 4 KC