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National news in the New York Times:

White Police Officer to Face Charge She Intimidated Son’s Black Friend

Officer Patricia Lio of the Milton Police Department in Massachusetts is accused of berating her son’s 14-year-old Black friend about his stance on the Black Lives Matter movement.

If you can’t say anything nice about BLM, don’t say anything at all.

By Allyson Waller
Published April 16, 2021

A white Massachusetts police officer will face criminal charges in connection with an off-duty episode in which she is accused of berating a Black teenager, a friend of her son, over his support of the Black Lives Matter movement, a court official ruled this week.

An assistant clerk with the Dedham District Court ruled on Thursday after a probable cause hearing that criminal charges against Patricia Lio, an officer with the Milton Police Department, could proceed.

The episode that prompted the charges occurred on Sept. 19, 2020, when Officer Lio’s son had invited two of his friends, one Black and one Hispanic, to his home in Westwood, Mass., to watch a Boston Celtics game and sleep over, The Boston Globe reported.

Officer Lio is accused of confronting the Black teenager, who is 14, about his stance on the Black Lives Matter movement, Alfred A. Gray Jr., a lawyer representing the teenager and his family, said in an interview. She is also facing allegations that she hit her husband when he tried to intervene in the situation, Mr. Gray said.

Officer Lio will face charges of assault to intimidate and assault and battery on a household member, according to court records. She is set to be arraigned in late May.

The Westwood Police Department has been leading the investigation into the matter.

Officer Lio, who joined Milton’s police force nearly 20 years ago, has been on administrative leave since October, her lawyer, Douglas Louison, said. The department’s internal investigation into her matter is continuing, he said, adding that Thursday’s decision was “disappointing” for his client.

“This incident and the facts around it should just not have given rise to criminal charges,” he said.

Look, she broke the law declaring skepticism toward the Black Lives Matter movement to be the crime of lèse-majesté, didn’t she? As you’ll recall, President Obama signed the BLèse-Majesté Act of 2015 making it a crime to express irreverence toward our holiest institution, BLM.

… Risa King, a Boston lawyer and the mother of the Black teenager, said in an interview that she had received a “troubling text followed by a phone call” from her son the evening of Sept. 19.

According to Mr. Gray, who is representing Ms. King and her family, Officer Lio had claimed the teenager had posted something negative toward police officers on social media. While the three boys were watching the Celtics game, Officer Lio went downstairs and eventually started berating the teenager about “his stance on Black Lives Matter and her beliefs that his stance on B.L.M. was inappropriate,” Mr. Gray said.

He said that the teenager, in fact, had not written the social media posts in question and “did not express any intent to engage in any violence toward police officers.”

According to testimony at a probable cause hearing on Tuesday, Officer Lio had asked the other teenager, who is Hispanic, if he believed in Black Lives Matter and also referred to him as an immigrant, Mr. Gray said.

But Mr. Louison, Officer Lio’s lawyer, said that although the officer had spoken to the Black teenager about some of the perceptions she felt Black Lives Matter projected onto police, race was “never a component.”

The two teenage friends of Officer Lio’s son were eventually taken home by Officer Lio’s husband, who testified at the hearing that he was not hit by his wife, Officer Lio’s lawyer said.

Ms. King called the aftermath of the episode involving her 14-year-old son “one of the worst, most difficult situations we have had to deal with as a family.”

“We just want to see the officer accountable for her outrageous behavior toward the kids,” she said.

 
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  1. HOW DARE SHE!!!

    • Replies: @SMK
  2. Book ‘er, Dano. Berating 1!

    – with all due credit to Buffalo Joe and some other great commenters on that previous thread.

  3. Bill P says:

    She’s being charged with DV, but they’re trying to make it sound like BLM was the issue. It’s possible that they wouldn’t charge her with it if it weren’t for the politically incorrect speech (I wouldn’t put it past blue city prosecutors to do such a thing to a cop), but DV is aggressively prosecuted in any case, especially when committed in front of minors. There are often “mandatory arrest” laws, and I think it’s also required in many jurisdictions to charge people as well.

    Honestly, I think the reporter is misrepresenting the case to try to insinuate that criticizing BLM is illegal when that has little to do with it. Just more media lying and misrepresentation.

    Maybe the black kid lied about seeing her hit her husband, but it’s just as likely that her husband lied about not being hit.

  4. Anon[378] • Disclaimer says:

    Randy Bachman summed it up in ‘Undun’, these broads are completely out of control.

  5. El Dato says:

    Nobody expects the Blackface Inquisition and the dread Bitchfinder General.

    But Mr. Louison, Officer Lio’s lawyer, said that although the officer had spoken to the Black teenager about some of the perceptions she felt Black Lives Matter projected onto police, race was “never a component.”

    Really, how can Race *not* be a component in the Black Space Programme?

  6. Why was she letting her kid hang out with a black kid? That’s the part that should be against the law.

    • Agree: 3g4me
    • LOL: bomag, Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Moses
  7. JimB says:

    If you can’t say anything nice about BLM, don’t say anything at all.

    But silence is violence.

  8. Muggles says:

    We just want to see the officer accountable for her outrageous behavior toward the kids,” she said.

    Of course there was no “behavior” at issue, outrageous or otherwise. Merely speech.

    But the First Amendment (and Second) is now only selectively enforced. Commissars and all.

    What kind of speech “accountability” Lio is supposed to have for her talk on her own property is left unsaid. I would suggest that being in King’s presence for any length of time is punishment enough.

    ‘Karen’ King can now return to bitching about her hair and other people trying to touch it. Better stay far away from No Malarkey Joe.

    It’s so tiresome…

  9. Anonymous[198] • Disclaimer says:

    In lily-white, upper-middle class Westwood, MA. It’s 0.5% black. Most of that 0.5% no doubt comes from the new University Station apartments they built near the highway and train station (128) that’s really not part of Westwood (nb: MA has a law that 10% of all apartments have to be “affordable housing”).

    • Replies: @Foreign Expert
  10. Officer Lio will face charges of assault to intimidate and assault and battery on a household member, according to court records. She is set to be arraigned in late May.

    I absolutely will not click on the NY Times site, Steve, and your reading of it is why you get paid the big bucks, so perhaps you or a commenter could fill me in here. This charge is assault and battery, with the claim of her not being fully supportive, or at least silent, on BLM, being a way to just ruin her life, but not put her in jail or fine her, right? Yet, her husband denied she hit him, so I don’t get this part. Was the “assault to intimidate” about the black teenager?

    I’ll say that the teenagers are nothing if not imaginative these days. If we’d have had a way of keeping our Moms out of our basements forevermore, well, if we’d had basements instead of Rec-rooms, in which we didn’t stay much due to our spending time out in the woods building forts out of purloined lumber, roasting hot dogs and drinking beer, then, … where was I?

    Risa King, a Boston lawyer and the mother of the Black teenager,…

    Ahaaaa! I rest my case, your honor.

  11. BB753 says:

    Have we reached peak negrophilia yet?

    • Replies: @gent
    , @Detroit Refugee
  12. Considering that she is a cop you would think she would have learned to deal with the situations a little more gracefully and in an adult manner, assuming that what is reported is true.

  13. Marty says:

    This afternoon I took my own survey on the legality of dissing BLM, in a UMC neighborhood of S.F. Two 15 year-olds, one white one asian, were taking a break from jumping their bikes over various obstacles, so I asked, “hey, is it illegal to say anything against BLM?”. The white kid said, “what’s BLM?” Cone on, you know, BLM. Then they both say, “It’s not illegal, but …”

    Going back to my car, I passed the grizzled 75-year old black guy who camps outside Starbucks with his boom box. Weeks ago, I’d asked him to play some country once in a while, and he said he would. So I turned up my palms and he said, “I’m lookin’, I’m lookin’.”

    • LOL: AndrewR
  14. Hunsdon says:
    @Jonathan Mason

    I find it touching, Jonathan, that you would assume that what is reported is true.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • LOL: Curle, Gabe Ruth
    • Replies: @Forbes
  15. Roger says: • Website

    Officer Lio’s husband, who testified at the hearing that he was not hit by his wife

    That should be the end of the matter. Why listen to any child, when no one is complaining?

    Ms. King called the aftermath of the episode involving her 14-year-old son “one of the worst, most difficult situations we have had to deal with as a family.”

    I have been hearing that Black families suffer all sorts of injustices, but this triviality is the worst that they have ever had to deal with.

  16. The law increasingly focuses on trivialities while ignoring wanton destruction of property, arson and randomly shooting into a crowd where one’s enemy may be standing.
    In some cities, 95% of non-fatal shootings remain unsolved while resources are put towards rectifying a domestic dispute that could be solved by the kid not going over there anymore if he doesn’t get along with the mum.
    Incidentally, in the 80s any adult could scold any child. If the parent disagreed they would do so obliquely so that kids would still get the impression that grown ups were united and in charge. I think that principle faded from the 90s on.

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  17. AndrewR says:

    Why do you write like you’re still a smartass 14 year old class clown? Grow up, Sailer. Say what you mean. Or at least dilute the sarcasm a little bit.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  18. Good thing she didn’t reach for her taser

    • LOL: AceDeuce
  19. Polistra says:
    @AndrewR

    Is it your time of the month again, Andrew?
    Go sit in the corner with Alden.

    • Agree: Forbes
  20. One more demonstration that white cops should never, under any circumstances, have anything to do with negroes for any reason or no reason at all. Interaction, introspection, dreaming about, complimenting, all can lead to immediate canceling. So quit now, or you will find yourself even more obviously enslaved than you are now.

    Today it is cops, but this is what they have planned for all honkies. How long will it take, I wonder?

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
  21. @Bill P

    ‘…Honestly, I think the reporter is misrepresenting the case to try to insinuate that criticizing BLM is illegal when that has little to do with it…’

    It’s pretty obvious you’re trying to insinuate it should be legal to criticize Black Lives Matter.

    You’re a White Supremacist. There’s no room for racism on this thread.

  22. gent says:

    So, beneath all the hubbub, a woman asked a child to leave her house after witnessing him insult her profession?

    • Replies: @Forbes
  23. gent says:
    @BB753

    South Africa hasn’t yet and we’re half a century behind them.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @BB753
  24. If you can’t say anything nice about BLM, don’t say anything at all.

    Oh? Go ask Alice:

  25. @Polistra

    Hold the pickle, hold the lettuce
    Firearms, they don’t upset us…

    Maybe “Have it your way” wasn’t the wisest of slogans.

  26. Berating huh..?
    Well I’ve seen and heard blacks berate Whites many many times. They are never held accountable.

  27. @BB753

    Many of us are beyond peak negro.
    Now it’s time to go through painful contortions, grieving, doing our best to survive. And maybe for some to find ways to throw sand in the gears?

    • Agree: BB753
  28. @Jonathan Mason

    Considering that she is a cop you would think she would have learned to deal with the situations a little more gracefully and in an adult manner, assuming that what is reported is true.

    Not the point.

    She may or may not have been a complete jerk. (I wasn’t there. Neither were you. Neither was the “reporter”.) But the kids parents can clarify and express their displeasure as appropriate and, of course, cease any social intercourse if that’s appropriate.

    The point is instead we got:

    “We just want to see the officer accountable for her outrageous behavior toward the kids,” she said.

    And worse … the DA is actually putting her on trial. That–not her rudeness–is the point.

    Assuming “accountable” means what it appears to mean–who else would have called the cops?–this Risa King person does not belong in America. She doesn’t have the necessary mental ability and perspective to understand how a free and civilized society–particularly one with America’s historic norms–operates. But, of course, that’s true of some iSteve commenters as well. Some people really are just fundamentally un-American and do not belong here.

    • Agree: Wade Hampton
  29. Hibernian says:
    @Bill P

    It’s possible that they wouldn’t charge her with it if it weren’t for the politically incorrect speech (I wouldn’t put it past blue city prosecutors to do such a thing to a cop), but DV is aggressively prosecuted in any case, especially when committed in front of minors.

    When the victim says it didn’t happen. Yea, right.

    • Replies: @Bill P
  30. Bill P says:
    @Hibernian

    Children who witness DV are technically victims. That’s the law.

    I’m not saying she’s guilty, but this is just how it works. American women wanted it this way, and they got it.

    If she really has a problem with BLM, she should probably exercise discretion and not invite blacks over to her place. That’s just asking for trouble.

    Also, if she hits her husband, she should probably stop doing that. There are plenty of women out there who dislike BLM and have no problem acting out violently at home. I don’t know whether she’s one of them, but let’s be honest: she was charged for DV — not for political speech.

    • Replies: @gandydancer
  31. I can find nothing about this:
    BLèse-Majesté Act of 2015

  32. Nachum says:

    An assistant clerk? They don’t believe in judges out there?

    • Replies: @gandydancer
  33. @Anonymous

    ?? I think you mean the apartments, while legally in Westwood, are psychologically separated from the rest of the town.

    Note that the Neponset River serves this function again between black Mattapan and white Milton. There are very few bridges over the Neponset.

  34. SMK says: • Website
    @Redneck farmer

    So a white mother “berating” a 14-year old black friend of her son in the privacy of her home for his support of BLM is “assault to intimidate.” The article doesn’t say if the “crime” is a felony or misdemeanor, or mention the penalties if she’s convicted. Could she be sentenced to jail or even prison if convicted or only fined and sentenced to probation and “sensitivity training” and perhaps some kind of “community service” that involves blacks and racial atonement and humiliation.

    The article also doesn’t say if she’s charged with “assault to intimidate” because the “victim” of her verbal “assault” was a 14-year-old “child.” Would she be so charged if her son’s friend was 18 or 19?

    Imagine the outrage and hysteria if a black mother was charged with a crime for berating a 14-year-old white friend of her son for criticizing BLM or telling the truth about black crime and black-on-white violence or being a Trump supporter or simply a Republican or other kinds of heresy and “political incorrectness. Not that that would ever happen under a regime of “systemic racism” and “white supremacy.”

    This law is obviously a precursor of “hate speech” laws -which, with no or almost no exceptions, will be used to punish whites, selectively enforced for political and ideological reasons.

  35. Anon[263] • Disclaimer says:

    I wonder how much of this is the hitting the husband part? In many states these days that comes under zero-tolerance-must-arrest and also “must file” rules for prosecutors. The NY Times may be emphasizing the “berating” part for their own purposes, and it along might not have resulted in an arrest.

    • Replies: @gandydancer
  36. Why is it that when I see BLM, bowel movement comes to mind?

  37. @Jonathan Mason

    I imagine that being a cop she does know how to “handle the situation a little more gracefully” when out in public in uniform.

    But she was in her own home and should have been allowed to drop the mask. Or do we really live in Orwell’s panopticon state where we are not allowed to express our real thoughts even in formerly private places?

    • Replies: @Cindy
  38. @Polistra

    Scenes from our diverse America.

    Keona Jackson was upset about the wait at a Burger King in 64% black Memphis. Rather than write a stern letter to management, she leaned through the drive-in window and sprayed the kitchen with gunfire. That no doubt got their attention.

    https://www.wmcactionnews5.com/2021/04/13/woman-charged-with-attempted-murder-accused-shooting-into-burger-king-drive-thru-window/

    Despite the solid two-hand grip, she didn’t hit anybody, reinforcing Mr. Sailer’s theory about black marksmanship. Perhaps the NRA should do more training in those neighborhoods?

    From the classic “Minglewood Blues”:
    If you ever go down to Memphis
    Don’t stop by Minglewood…
    Men carry a 38
    Women carry a razor too.

  39. @Achmed E. Newman

    Was the “assault to intimidate” about the black teenager?

    I won’t knowingly visit the New York Times site, either, but since SS gives the headline of the NYT article is “White Police Officer to Face Charge She Intimidated Son’s Black Friend”, the “assault to intimidate” would appear to be on the black kid and not, contrary to what Bill P says, a second charge due to the alleged assault on her husband.

    edit: Here’s the NBC Boston version:

    Police say Lio aggressively confronted the Black teen about his support of the Black Lives Matter movement, using expletives, clenching her fists and standing close to his face.

    https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/mass-officer-faces-criminal-charges-in-racist-rant-home-dispute/2357517/#:

    ” using expletives, clenching her fists and standing close to his face” is “assault”?

    NBC Boston is regurgitating The Boston Globe, but most of that is behind a paywall: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2021/04/15/metro/white-milton-police-officer-face-charges-threatening-intimidating-black-teen-over-support-black-lives-matter/

    And I’m left to wonder if MR Lio is white.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
  40. @Bill P

    Children who witness DV are technically victims. That’s the law.

    But that is not what is reported to be the basis of the “assault to intimidate” charge.

    Police say Lio aggressively confronted the Black teen about his support of the Black Lives Matter movement, using expletives, clenching her fists and standing close to his face.

    https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/mass-officer-faces-criminal-charges-in-racist-rant-home-dispute/2357517/# Is “clenching [your] fists and standing close to [someone’s] face(sic)” “assault to intimidate” in Massachusetts?

    It would seem so…if the reporting is accurate, which is of course dubious.

    • Thanks: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Bill P
  41. @Anon

    I wonder how much of this is the hitting the husband part?… The NY Times may be emphasizing the “berating” part for their own purposes, and it alon[e] might not have resulted in an arrest.

    The “berating” resulted in an “assault” charge apparently entirely separate from the allegation that she hit her husband. I’m not seeing that as any less insane because she’s also charged with hitting Mr, Lio.

    It also resulted in an NBC Boston headline saying she’d engaged in a “racist rant” with no indication that she’d actually said anything racist.

    What was your point, again?

  42. jb says:

    What kind of name is “Lio”? Is her husband Asian?

  43. @Nachum

    An assistant clerk? They don’t believe in judges out there?

    That functionary’s actual title appears to be “Clerk Magistrate”. Don’t believe ANYTHING you read in the increasingly shoddy NYT.

    • Replies: @Nachum
  44. What is the punishment for such BLaspheMy anyway? Do we, as you suggested yesterday, nail her to a cross and set it afire?

  45. BB753 says:
    @gent

    Of course but they have way more Negroes to worship and obey to than the USA.

  46. @jb

    ‘Liu’ or ‘Liao’ would both be pretty definitively Chinese, but Lio is unclear.

  47. Cindy says:
    @Wade Hampton

    “Or do we really live in Orwell’s panopticon state where we are not allowed to express our real thoughts even in formerly private places?”

    You didn’t know?

  48. Mr Jew says:

    I think the first amendment secures the right to “berate” people:

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

  49. Nachum says:
    @gandydancer

    I guess. New England can have some funny rules.

  50. Bill P says:
    @gandydancer

    I really don’t know what happened there, but it sounds like she had a few while watching the game and got belligerent. It isn’t exactly an uncommon scenario, and people – including cops – get arrested for it all the time.

    But was she arrested for being against BLM? No, I don’t think so. You’d have to arrest 99% of all the cops in the US, including most of the non-white ones, if it were illegal to speak against BLM at home.

    The NY Times is just blowing smoke. It’s an intimidation trick to make people believe that speaking out against their favored causes is illegal.

    In fact, any one of us could walk into the courthouse where she was charged wearing a t-shirt that says “BLM sucks” and there’s nothing anyone there could do about it (at least not in an official capacity).

    • Replies: @Joseph Doaks
    , @gandydancer
  51. Alden says:
    @Bill P

    Thanks for the information. I couldn’t figure out exactly what violation of the Penal Code she was charged with.

    Most blacks of all SEC groups have very firm rules against allowing any friends of their kids in the house ever. Whether the parents are home or not.

    That’s because black parents know the damage black kids can do

    From what I can gather she’s charged with DV yelling in her own home which irritated a guest under the age of 18.

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  52. @gandydancer

    ” using expletives, clenching her fists and standing close to his face” is “assault”?

    Only if a white person does it to a “person of color” — except that “peaceful protesters” may do it any time to law enforcement officers!

  53. @Nikolai Vladivostok

    “Incidentally, in the 80s any adult could scold any child. If the parent disagreed they would do so obliquely so that kids would still get the impression that grown ups were united and in charge. I think that principle faded from the 90s on.”

    You mean the 1890’s, right?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  54. @Bill P

    “any one of us could walk into the courthouse where she was charged wearing a t-shirt that says “BLM sucks” and there’s nothing anyone there could do about it (at least not in an official capacity).”

    Nothing legally and constitutionally, of course, but does that stop the left-wing prosecutors and judges?

  55. @Bill P

    Maybe the black kid lied about seeing her hit her husband, but it’s just as likely that her husband lied about not being hit.

    No, it’s at least 1000% more likely that the black kid is lying.

    • Agree: PhysicistDave
  56. @Alden

    That’s because black parents know the damage black kids can do

    I am shocked, shocked, I tell you, to learn that black kids can do damage. I was fully vested in “dindu nuffin”. I’m having a difficult time coping with my white privilege because of it.

  57. Hibernian says:
    @Joseph Doaks

    At least until about’65. My Mom told me not to complain to her about the “Get off my lawn!” types.

  58. @Bill P

    any one of us could walk into the courthouse where she was charged wearing a t-shirt that says “BLM sucks” and there’s nothing anyone there could do about it (at least not in an official capacity).

    They don’t seem to know this. https://www.nmd.uscourts.gov/sites/nmd/files/Judge%20Vidmar%20Dress%20Code.pdf

    Also, Roberts in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky: “…in light of the special purpose of the polling place itself, Minnesota may choose to prohibit certain apparel there because of the message it conveys, so that voters may focus on the important decisions immediately at hand.” https://ballotpedia.org/Minnesota_Voters_Alliance_v._Mansky

    SCOTUS, by 7-2, decided that the law in question was too unclear, but I’m sure they would find some way to approve hauling you out if it were THEIR ox being gored.

  59. Moses says:
    @SimpleSong

    Why was she letting her kid hang out with a black kid? That’s the part that should be against the law.

    In the Current Year it seems there’s net downside to spending time around Blacks.

    I don’t make the rules.

  60. @Jonathan Mason

    Jonathan Mason wrote:

    Considering that she is a cop you would think she would have learned to deal with the situations a little more gracefully and in an adult manner, assuming that what is reported is true.

    Why? Adults cannot get angry when anger is justified?

    Innocent cops (and quite a few other innocent people of all races) are dead because of BLM.

    Anyone who is not angry about that is a moral monster.

    • Replies: @anon
  61. Forbes says:
    @Hunsdon

    I find it touching insane, Jonathan, that you would assume that what is reported is true.

    FIFY.
    😉

  62. Forbes says:
    @gent

    That’s about the size of it–but the melodrama, outrage and sensational reporting is what draws eyeballs. So, clickbait it is,

  63. anon[147] • Disclaimer says:
    @PhysicistDave

    Innocent cops (and quite a few other innocent people of all races) are dead because of BLM.

    Anyone who is not angry about that is a moral monster.

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