Louisiana: Two law officers attacked, hospitalized by neighborhood mob

Louisiana: Two law officers attacked, hospitalized by neighborhood mob
Lybeth Hardy. (Mugshot St. Landry Parish via Breitbart)

[Ed. – This is happening on a near-daily basis now, and they want us to worry about the three guys who were incited by FBI agents to plot to blow up an apartment building.  Keep in mind about that “plot”: it was never going to actually happen.  The FBI was in on it from the start.  The American people may be dumb, but they’re not stupid.]

The St. Landry Parish, Louisiana officers were originally called out to a neighborhood block for a reported individual driving recklessly, according to a WBRZ report.

Witnesses to the hit-and-run accident said the driver of the car lost control, striking a tree and parked car before fleeing the scene.

The officers eventually found the vehicle at a nearby home and approached the residents, where the driver Lybeth Hardy and her 15-year-old son answered the door, though she would not admit to who was driving at the time.

Hardy and her son reportedly cursed the officers and refused to answer questions about the incident, while also not allowing the officers to speak with Hardy’s husband, the owner of the vehicle.

Police said neighbors began approaching as the teenager and his mother continued to curse and threaten them.

When the officers tried to arrest Hardy, the mob began screaming at the officers and approached them in an “aggressive manner,” prompting the officers to use pepper spray in self-defense. …

An officer was chased by the teen but eventually brandished his service pistol to halt advances.

The other officer was allegedly hit with a metal chair and a bicycle by someone in the crowd. Both officers were taken to a nearby hospital, to be treated for head and arm injuries.

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