FLORIDA COPS ARREST MOTHER FOR ALLOWING SON TO PLAY IN PARK

Kurt Nimmo | InfoWars

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It is now illegal for children to play outdoors.

A Florida woman discovered this recently when she made the mistake of allowing her child to go to a neighborhood park.

The police told the woman her child was unsupervised. She was arrested and charged with child neglect, a felony.

The seven year old, Dominic Guerrisi, was spotted walking along unaccompanied by two pool lifeguards.

The snitches demanded the child tell them where his mother was.




A Florida woman discovered this recently when she made the mistake of allowing her child to go to a neighborhood park. The police told the woman her child was unsupervised.

She was arrested and charged with child neglect, a felony.

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The seven year old, Dominic Guerrisi, was spotted walking along unaccompanied by two pool lifeguards.

The snitches demanded the child tell them where his mother was.

Gainey said she plans to fight the felony charge.

The St. Lucie County State Attorney’s office told the NBC affiliate there is no law regulating how old a child has to be before he or she can go unsupervised to a public park.

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Felony charges are arbitrary and done on a case-by-case basis.

The case is not unusual.

Parents are routinely arrested and children traumatized by the state.

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