No indictment in case of toddler hurt in Habersham Co. drug raid

georgia-flashbang-todlerLess than two months after Habersham County government officials announced that they would not be paying the medical expenses for baby Bou Bou, a grand jury has returned a no-bill on a potential indictment against deputies who threw a flash-bang device in to his crib during a sketchy pre-dawn drug raid this past May.

Attorney Mawuli Mel Davi told CBS46 that Bou Bou’s parents are understandably outraged by the grand jury’s decision.

We are reviewing the grand jury findings with our client. They are devastated and trying to comprehend the gravity of this decision and we will discuss this decision in detail [Tuesday] at 2:00 pm. This is a very sad day for this family and for the people of Georgia.

Baby Bou Bou spent five weeks at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston recovering from third-degree burns to his chest, injuries to his face and other areas.

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2 thoughts on “No indictment in case of toddler hurt in Habersham Co. drug raid”

  1. Oh my goodness! The cops need to be held accountable! They got NOTHING! This is absolutely ridiculous!

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