Michigan sheriff was upset by Facebook post in which he was called fat so he sent police to the author of the post
Kalamazoo County Sheriff Richard Fuller opaquely hinted to one of the residents that he would not tolerate bullying of his excess weight even on the Internet and therefore used the resources of the police station to investigate “threatening messages”.
"Your a fat a** who needs to go on a diet. Stop us from living. Come get me if you want me tubby as fat b****," Facebook post says.
According to official information, the post was dated in early April and already on April 6, two detectives, Sgt. Ryan Johnson and Mike Denoon interrogated the “suspect”. The man's name was not disclosed; police reports indicate that the man denied any involvement, explaining that his account was hacked.
"When you read it your first response is that he's saying mean things. It reads kind of funny, it's so outlandish," Western Michigan University Cooley Law School professor and former prosecutor Anthony Flores said, according to WWMT. “I think elected officials have to expect this type of commentary. They can't be super sensitive to it."
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