Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Brooklyn mom dies as son punches EMS worker

A sad story in Brooklyn. An obese Diane Carter (56 years old) complained of chest pains. Her son called 911 and the paramedics arrived. Her son, Dexter Carter (22 years old) thought that the paramedics took too long to respond. So he expressed his displeasure by attacking the medical staff. As the medical staff was fending off his attacks, his mother died as they were unable to help her.

Dexter is no stranger to the law. He has been arrested 10 times since 2006.

When these situations occur, paramedics eventually refuse to enter certain neighborhoods without police protection. Of course, the liberals will scream and howl that this is racial profiling (which it is). So the only other option is to require police protection for all calls in all neighborhoods. So because Dexter's low IQ and poor impulse control, we could all be at greater risk in receiving timely medical treatment.

This is an example that illustrates why the police state grows as we become more enriched with diversity. For people like Dexter require tight monitoring and supervision as you would use with a little child.


  1. Maybe paramedics should conceal and carry in Brooooooklyn.

  2. Sterlize him now. There is no need for furher generations of this idiot.