Baby Critically Burned After Police Mistakenly Throw A Grenade Into His Crib

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A family says a SWAT team raided their home in the middle of the night and seriously injured a 19-month-old boy with a stun grenade.

Alecia Phonesavanh told Channel 2’s Ryan Young her child is at the Grady Memorial Hospital burn unit and is in a medically induced coma.

Phonesavanh said she was at her sister-in-law’s home in Habersham County early Wednesday when police raided the house.

“It’s my baby. He’s only a baby. He didn’t deserve any of this,” Phonesavanh said.

Phonesavanh told Young the grenade landed in the child’s crib; she showed him a photo of a charred portable crib.

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2 thoughts on “Baby Critically Burned After Police Mistakenly Throw A Grenade Into His Crib”

  1. Welcome to Police state USSA. Disgusting. It is unconstitutional to use the military for Police work so let’s militarize the Police! Ya, let’s hand over a bunch of military weapons,vehicles,drones to a bunch of flunkies who were picked on in school. Turn em loose. This is what happens. “We’ll be more carefully next time.” FU !!!

  2. The nightmare in the existence of any policeman professionally trained is a situation like this.
    We don’t need any warrant anymore?
    We have to raid people’s homes in the middle of the night like a disgusting KGB?
    I think the police involved need to pass the hat big time. All of those medical expenses and a possible funeral need to come right out of their pockets.
    The internal affairs division appears to be asleep. Maybe we need a neutral third party internal affairs to come in and clean house.
    The nightmare is the conscience of any policeman out there trying to do their job and failing dramatically with the taking of innocents in the process.

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