Cop Involved in “Sustained Violence” on 7-Yr-Old Girl: Reports

NORTH ISLAND — A disturbing report from the NZ Herald surfaced last week according to which a police officer repeatedly beat a young girl.

The girl was only 7-yrs-old when the police officer was said to have engaged in “sustained violence” and abuse against her.

The violence continued for at least six years, according to reports.

It turns out that the officer would campaign publicly against violence in families, all the while he was involved in beating this poor child, according to reports.

The details of the abuse are quite alarming.

During one incident, the cop is reported to have grabbed a piece of wood, and swung it into the child’s back so hard that it sent her crumbling to the ground.

When the girl tried to crawl under a shelter, the cop reached for her leg and dragged her out, then continued using the wood to pound her body, according to reports.

The girl, who is now 13, stated that the attacks on her would happen at least twice a week.

The cop would also take off his police belt and use it to whip the child, according to court documents summarized by the NZ Herald.

He would “whack” her multiple times and then punch her while she was lying on the floor, said one of the complainants.

The girl suffered more horrendous abuse inside the extended family, and at least three other members of the family are said to have participated. Reports detail abuse such as:

She was pulled by her hair so hard that clumps of it would be ripped out. She would be punched repeatedly and sat on.

On one occasion an electric knife was taken to her chest in an attempt to cut off her nipple. Fortunately, the knife didn’t work.

Her head was rammed into a brick wall outside of a church that the family had been attending.

Initially, the officer was placed on “restricted duties,” while an investigation proceeded.

But he has since had the charges withdrawn and is now back to his full job, a decision that has outraged the community. Many are hoping he will be charged again for a more just trial.


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