The further education of Willow Kinloch

19 June 2008 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in police, prison | 6 Comments »

From the Edmonton Sun:

Police appeal $60,000 court award to Victoria teen tied to jail cell door

VICTORIA — Victoria police are appealing a court decision awarding $60,000 to a Victoria teen who spent four hours tied up in a padded cell and tethered to the cell door.

My previous post on the topic, with video: Victoria, BC citizenry to pay $60,000 to brutalized teen

  1. 6 Responses to “The further education of Willow Kinloch”

  2. By Mich C. on 31 July 2009

    Willow is a gold digger plain and simple.
    She needs morals and values taught by the
    mother. She had a good lesson this time.
    I hope in the future she gets what she truly

  3. By Mike Gogulski on 31 July 2009

    Your counter-revolutionary tendencies have been recorded in your permanent file. Good day.

  4. By MC on 31 July 2009

    Ms Kinloch has been a good little actress
    three years later. It was a difficult thing
    to go through at age fifteen but “we ALL have our crosses to bear.” Fifteen year old girls need good buddies and they should be in the family home. Wandering around in this part of Victoria will get you in trouble. Also she went wrong by not knowing where she lived. The mother is not doing her job. Going to Thailand could have been the next wrong adventure in the life of Willow. Develop a second skin and do something productive with the coin!!

  5. By Mike Gogulski on 31 July 2009

    And your cross brings you here? Why? Eager to beat your own teens?

  6. By Haley on 21 July 2013

    The police brutalized this young, small girl. Then they lied to cover up what they had done by claiming that the guard felt threatened. That was an obvious lie, the guard was short tempered and angry.

    How long are people going to make excuses for bad police?

  7. By rol g on 29 December 2013

    It’s a fact that police are professional liars who abuse vulnerable people and habitually disrespect their right to lawful treatment whilst in custody.

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