“I’m Gonna Make it Hurt!” Cop Suspended After His Own Son Filmed Him Brutally Beating His Sister

Matt Agorist | The Free Thought Project

Nassau County, FL — After having enough abuse doled out by his parents, both of whom are law enforcement officers, a brave little boy decided to take matters into his own hands and expose the beatings. The father, a Nassau County Sheriff’s deputy, has now been taken off patrol, and the mother, a corrections officer for Baker County, has been suspended after the boy posted a video to YouTube of the alleged abuse suffered by him and his sister.

The video was posted to YouTube in July. However, it was only recently noticed by the Nassau County Sheriff’s department. The video, titled “How no (sic) to discipline a child,” has since been removed from YouTube “for violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”





However, parts of it were aired on several local news stations. It is hard to watch and shows a depressing scene as Deputy Troy Gill chases his children through a dilapidated home threatening to inflict serious bodily harm.

The video begins with the little boy narrating, saying, “this is what I have to deal with every day, guys.” The tirade apparently began after a demand for the boy’s sister to change her shirt.

The argument escalates to the point of Gill picking the toddler up off the ground by her arm and repeatedly beating her with a belt as she screams in agony.

The boy then tells the camera, “I haven’t gotten a spanking in a couple of years, guys. Because I listen.”

Although this author personally believes that the act of spanking teaches children that violence is okay in a loving relationship and is a causal factor in making children more aggressive later in life, the manner in which parents interact with their children is personal and private, and most assuredly no matter of the state.





That being said, however, causing grave physical harm to a child is child abuse, which appears to be the case in this video as Gill is clearly raging and acting out of anger — not discipline.

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  • Goku Kakarot Son

    Did I fucking read it right?? To see if any laws are broken.. you have a video of adults abusing a child and you can hear the heartbreaking screams yet you wonder whether any laws are broken. What the fuck else do they need to do for it to be a crime. They have murdered children and gotten away with it so I’m not surprised. Pay attention people; this is what they do to their own, now imagine what they will to you…everybody thinks it won’t happen to them so they don’t care but the time will come..

  • RL

    If these ‘people’ do this to their own, imagine what they do to total strangers that’s under their ward!

  • (((Scott Schear)))

    Well that’s just great, they moved him to jail duty. At least he won’t have to worry about his fellow deputies filming him rage-abusing prisoners. Good for him! Bad for everybody else.

    • haibaoweizhi

      the flip side of it being that if he tries this on a habitual offender that is already facing life, said offender might shank him in the neck and save the tax payers a lot of money

  • Angry Wrarrl

    What a sloppy, pathetic, lowlife piece of shit this pig is..

  • Lockmazter

    Bastard should be publicly flogged and lose his job and custody. But, he’s a cop, so he’ll get away with it.