Chief Franco Fuda heard a knock. As he swung his front door open, the man he confronted calmly declared “You’re going to die today,” and plunged an icepick into Fuda’s face narrowly missing his left eye. The top cop in Bonneau, South Carolina was brutally attacked at his own front door, just before 10 a.m. on Monday.
Police Chief knew his attacker
The armed psychopath retreated “to his nearby home and barricaded himself inside,” local news informs. Despite blood running down his face from the puncture wound, “Chief Fuda remained at the scene of the ensuing standoff.” Police were already familiar with Forrest Bowman. He was out on bond at the time. The previous case that Bowman had pending in the local courts “involved still-pending charges stemming from allegations that Bowman threatened Chief Fuda two years ago.”
With all the anti-cop hatred saturating the network media airwaves, Bowman felt compelled to finish what he started. The media refuses to acknowledge their complicity in stirring up unstable anarchists into acts of violence, despite the similarity to an incident that happened in Columbus, Georgia where Jayvon Hatchett got upset from watching his TV and “felt the need to find a white male to kill.” A few days after he stabbed an AutoZone clerk, he beat his White cellmate, Eddie Nelson Jr., into a barely recognizable and very dead mess.
It didn’t take long for the SWAT team from the Berkley County Sheriff’s Office to surround Bowman’s residence. Despite overwhelming force, the lunatic refused to surrender. He didn’t even change his mind after a couple of tear gas cannisters were lobbed in. The Chief ordered his Deputies to play it safe and send a robot in. They were trying to “pinpoint his location, but could not find him.” Eventually, “they went inside and found Bowman hiding between a wall and a mattress just after 12:30 p.m.” As cops led him out, “he was naked, bloody, and screaming.” Attempted murder will be at the top of the list of things that Bowman will be charged with, after they get done counting up all his misdeeds in detail. The judge already told him to forget about bail. He was denied bond Tuesday night. Not only was he out to get Chief Fuda, “Bowman was also recently arrested for having threatened the pastor of a church located across the street from his home.”
A rough week for police commanders
On Tuesday, Police Chief La’Ron Singletary and the entire command staff of Rochester, New York’s force got fed up and walked out the door, leaving the mayor and city officials with no idea who was going to face the evening’s rioters. “After days of protests in Rochester over the killing of Daniel Prude,” Mayor Lovely Warren was forced to tell the public that the “entire Rochester police department command staff, including the chief of police, is resigning.”
They decided to follow the liberal suggestion to let social workers deal with the next “man dusted into outer space on PCP, who had just ‘gone on a destructive tear,’ which included ‘smashing out the windows of several storefronts, and ranting about having the coronavirus.'”
In Dallas, Texas, city officials begged Police Chief Renee Hall to stay on until the end of the year, but she’s gone after that. Chief Hall has reportedly been under fire over her handling of “the department’s response to social injustice protests in Dallas sparked by the death of George Floyd in late May and early June.” If this keeps up, the anarchists will soon have their way.