WCVB: A Cape Cod man was arrested Thursday and charged with kidnapping a woman from a home, taking her on a wild and dangerous drive. Falmouth police say Bryan Purdie, 32, of Falmouth, stormed into a Carriage Shop Road home, fired a shot at the woman, struck her in the head with the gun, and had her in the car with him during a police chase. Police say Purdie ordered four people in the home to turn over their phones so they couldn’t call for help before he eventually forced the victim into his car, speeding away and weaving through traffic. Purdie refused to stop for police and a pursuit ensued, according to authorities. His vehicle was found on a dead-end street a short time later. He was arrested nearby, and the victim was found with head injuries. Purdie was charged with home invasion, kidnapping, unlawful possession of a firearm, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, domestic assault and battery, failing to stop for police, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of an accident and various other associated motor vehicle offenses. He was held on $50,000 bail pending his arraignment on Friday
I can’t believe sometimes that I’m living in a land where the Attorney General and the powers that be have repeatedly stated that the biggest threat to society is white supremacy. These Proud Boys are really out of control! What an unserious country we are.
Bryan Purdie is the end product of left wing “criminal justice reform.” Politicians like Ayanna Pressley and Rachael Rollins believe we incarcerate too many people, particularly men of color. So the solution is to stop sending people to jail when they commit crimes and give them endless chances to get their shit together, despite how many times they’ve shown you that they’re incapable of existing in a civilized society. And thanks to politically appointed judges and groups like the Massachusetts Bail Fund, people like Bryan Purdie are allowed to roam free and terrorize the community. Just two months ago Bryan Purdie was arrested on assault and gun charges.
What’s the point of living in a state with the strictest gun laws in the country if people who violate gun laws aren’t punished for their crimes? Literally 6 days after being arrested for this he released a new rap song.
Because, of course he’s a rapper too.
Ironically his nickname is “Not Guilty.”
Yet the last song he put out before going to jail in 2020 was titled “Guilty.”
This is what Cape Cod has become.
So why was this guy allowed to go free in November despite his history of incarceration and gun crimes? Did he have a job? If doing bootleg tattoos with dirty needles in your homeboy’s trap house counts as one.
He basically is announcing to the world on social media that he will forever be a dangerous shitbag who subscribes to “snitches get stitches” creed.
Oh, and 5 months ago he bragged about having no more probation or cases, and that he was “fresh out court with that not guilty for real.”
If your biggest life accomplishment is being off probation for 3 months and making a Facebook rap video then your continued existence on this planet is completely unnecessary.
Bryan Purdie continually lets the world and the judicial system know exactly who he is, yet they’ve treated him like he’s a normal person who’s behavior can be corrected. It can’t. And thanks to this “criminal first” mentality a woman was shot at in her home and taken on a traumatizing ride by this waste of space. I don’t blame him nearly as much as I blame the system that allows people like him to remain free.
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