19-Year Old Harvard Woman Takes on Police Officer

From the Harvard Police Department:

Aggravated Battery/Resisting

On 07-31-20 at 1318 hrs, Yulieana Ortiz (f/19 yoa) of 401 S. Eastman St
was arrested for Aggravated Battery and Resisting a Peace Officer after she
punched, struck and scratched an officer about the chest and hand and pushed and pulled away from an officer while being placed under arrest.

Ortiz was transported to the McHenry County Jail in lieu of bond.


19-Year Old Harvard Woman Takes on Police Officer — 10 Comments

  1. The illegal Mexican broke in to the Country and has followed no law since

    They do like the welfare check, gratis medical, school provided meals and babysitting.

  2. Another one of Oh’s friends resting comfortably where she belongs – the McHenry County Graybar Hotel.

  3. Latinas can sometimes have fingernails like razor blades.

    So, the police can’t use choke holds to gain control of a criminal, so what to do, what to do with miscreants like this?

  4. Stupid gringos wine and dine these people and then wonders why their tax bills are high and their schools suck.

    And the crime rate rises.

    And their kids are dispossessed.

  5. PS, Mexicans in Mexico can be very racist!

    Even officially.

    The following White House interference into the domestic doings of the Mexican govt, didn’t come during the Obama-Biden regime, it came from globalist Bush the Lesser’s regime:

    WASHINGTON — The White House on Thursday objected to a postage stamp issued by the Mexican government, saying that “racial stereotypes are offensive no matter what their origin” and have no place in today’s world.

    The stamp depicts an exaggerated black cartoon character known as Memin Pinguin, drawn with exaggerated features, thick lips and wide-open eyes. His appearance, speech and mannerisms are the subject of kidding by white characters in the comic book, which started in the 1940s and is still published in Mexico.

    White House press secretary Scott McClellan said it was “an internal issue for Mexico and the postal authorities that issued the stamp. With that said, I would like to make a couple of points. Racial stereotypes are offensive no matter what their origin. The Mexican government needs to take this into account. Images like these have no place in today’s world.”


  6. Anyone of any color, in any country can be racist.

    It’s part of human nature. Truth is we live in the least racist country to ever exist.

    There hasn’t been real systemic racism in this country during any of the millenials lifetimes.

  7. If you want to see racism just get a digital copy of White Fragility.

    Don’t think it’s racist?

    Copy and paste it into Word.

    Then just run find/replace to switch white to black.

    If that version were published what would you think?

  8. +1 Gomez no respect for the country that feeds them!

    the only thing they know what the word FREE means is the Cheese!

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