Burlington Woman Claims She Was Sexually Assaulted By Police On News, Body Cam Footage Shows That She Was Lying
In 2017 an 18 year old girl from Burlington, VT named Logan Huysman took to social media to complain about alleged police brutality and sexual assault after she was arrested.
Pretty serious allegation. Naturally the mainstream media heard the words “police brutality” and “sexual assault” and reached the conclusion that this was yet another case of cops gone wild on white girls. Logan wasn’t helping things by speaking with every news outlet she could find. Her story went national when USA Today picked it up.
Unfortunately for the Chief of Police in Burlington is Brandon del Pozo, and he is extremely active on social media. He saw her post, and left this letter on her Facebook page, outlining what transpired in the arrest report:
Oh I see. So, the officers found three people who looked like drug addicts passed out in a car at 2:30 AM. Wanting to make sure they were alive the officers woke the girls up, told them he wasn’t gonna bust their balls about the weed, and told the girl she was gonna have to take a class for the booze she had on her. Pretty standard policing for underage possession of alcohol.
Naturally then Logan Huysman ripped up the notice, started whining about cops killing imaginary black people in Vermont, did cartwheels, took her bong back from the cops, pretended to shoot the police with an imaginary gun, broke beer and wine bottles, and mule-kicked a cop. Oh yea, and in the past six months she’s been arrested for possession of Ambien and Adderal, retail theft, trespassing, jumping over the desk at a Motel 6 to threaten the staff after being kicked out, and freaking out at St. Michael’s campus security.
A smart person would deactivate all social media and sneak away quietly. Not Logan though. She a basic bitch.
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“The handcuffs were so tight that I actually could not, like, feel my wrists. That I just don’t think that’s OK at all.”
Be whiter. You can’t.
“That guy says I kicked him in the groin? That’s a lie. He was the one who put his hands on me because I went to try to take the bong that I had just bought that day.”
Oh is that at all? Because it matters when you purchased the bong. If you had bought it a couple years ago they’d have a right to confiscate it. But since it was brand new Logan had every right to take back confiscated contraband from them.
This was the best part.
“The part that I didn’t like was every single time I would stand up to move around because I was anxious because these were cops who were trying to search my car when I didn’t think there was any reason to. And I just kept moving around and every time I did they would come at me like I was trying to do something. So it was annoying so I was like come at me, do something. And, I dunno, maybe I shouldn’t have done that.”
Well why didn’t you just say that Logan? As long as you arbitrarily decided there was no reason for the cops to search your car then you have every right to to run around like a lunatic and mule-kick them.
Well things got worse for Logan this week when the cops released the body cam footage of the incident. Enjoy the madness.
(apparently this video has been removed by YouTube since 2017, but trust me, she was awful)
Things white chicks say before getting arrested: “Guess what? I do cross country – I can run far, far away!”
The thing about it is, she does run cross country, but she’s just not very good:
When you’re running times like that it usually means the meatwagon is following right behind you in case you die. Which you probably will because you’re so out of shape.
Anyway, I’ve never seen anyone this hatable before. If I had two shots of narcan and Logan, the Fall River Guttermuppet, and Gabbi Hebert were overdosing in front of me, I’d tell the other two that Logan had more heroin in her ass and give them a straw to slurp it out of there. Then I’d give the narcan to Gupta Patel and have him sell it at the Mini Mart and split the profits.
This isn’t the first time Logan has acted like an entitled psychopath in public. Here she is at her South Burlington HS graduation, freaking out because she was locked out of Daddy’s car:
White girl problems.
Here she is being interviewed after a lockdown at her school, whining about how much life sucks because she was temporarily inconvenienced by lockdown drills:
The struggle is real girl.
Cop haters have been whining about a lack of transparency from law enforcement for a while now. In that case you would think that the way this was handled is the perfect example of what these people want. The police chief posted the truth on social media in order to quell an outrageous claim of sexual assault against an officer. The cops then released the body cam footage to show the truth. But yet somehow the ACLU is still upset about it:
“There’s a fine line between engaging the community, which is something we want our law enforcement officers to do, and doing what some might see as trying to shut down conversations,” said Jay Diaz, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont. “Affirmatively posting on a citizen’s Facebook page, especially in a sensitive situation, seems fairly inappropriate and would be understandably chilling.”
Trying to shut down conversations? Apparently this is their fancy way of saying, “telling the truth and exposing a liar.” Very chilling for this poor, triggered basic white chick.
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