Cindy Dossette Smith

Suggested by Pierre Alleur

Added: May 30, 2019  

McDonough, Henry County, Georgia. Violent hag arrested for disturbing neighborhood decides to play the female card of "sexual assault" against the arresting officer. We covered some of her likes here and they all failed.

If you thought the Sexually Assailable Dinosaurs went extinct after the Kavanaugh nomination era, you're in for a surprise.

January 03, 2019. Shortly after being taken into custody for public intoxication and disorderly conduct, 60 year-old Cindy Dossette Smith reported that the arresting officer had sexually assaulted her. Following the claim, she was immediately taken for a medical examination. Meanwhile, the Henry County Police Department (HCPD) contacted the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) for assistance.

To be clear on what's really happening at this point: A rambling violence-inclined "woman" who just caused a heck of domestic unrest had spoken, and by Uncle Sam's order she must be taken seriously using our tax money. And so the GBI and HCPD got to work, interviewing potential witnesses, reviewing the arresting officer's cameras. Fortunately, the officer’s body-cam and car dash-cam recorded his entire encounter with Cindy Smith including her transportation and booking into the Henry County Jail. But only one thing was missing from the footage, the reported sexual assault, nowhere to be found. Ladies and Gentlemen, we have ourselves one more MeToo Dinosaur.

February 25, 2019. The same day another younger pussypass holder here was caught lying about being sexually assaulted, Cindy Dossette Smith waived her preliminary hearing and her first chance to cultivate female privilege on the charges against her.

May 16, 2019. 60 year-old Cindy Dossette Smith was indicted by a grand jury on two felony counts of false statements and writings.

May 30, 2019. Cindy Smith remains in Henry County Jail held on the aforementioned charges including three failure to appear charges. Her next scheduled court date is July 16, 2019 in Henry County Superior Court. As Henry Herald Reports, If convicted, Smith faces up to five years in prison and a $1,000 fine on each count. Let's see if that ever happens.

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