The crazy transgender law is starting to take its toll already. An eight-year-old girl in Chicago was attacked and choked in a toilet by a MAN who could not have been there without stupid gender-bender bathroom foolery.
Transgender people are severely unstable, violent and mentally ill. Many of them are murderers, rapists or serial killers. Thank God that North Carolina and a lot of other Southern states are refusing to implement transgender laws. LONG LIVE DISCRIMINATION.
Cops: Man Choked 8-Year-Old Girl in Restaurant Bathroom
Cook County Sheriff’s Office
May 13, 2016 // 1:39pm
Police in Chicago say a man choked an eight-year-old girl until she passed out in the bathroom of a restaurant.
According to WLS-TV, the girl was with her mother at a Jason’s Deli restaurant in Chicago’s South Loop when she went by herself to use the restroom on May 7.
Her mom reportedly heard a scream from the bathroom and ran in to find a man carrying her unconscious daughter into a stall.
Chicago Man Choked 8-Year-Old Girl in Restaurant Bathroom, Police Say
05/13/2016 AT 07:40 PM EDT
A woman and her 8-year-old daughter had a frightening experience at a Jason’s Deli near Chicago last Saturday when a man allegedly choked the girl in the bathroom.
According to the Chicago Police, the mother allowed the 8-year-old daughter to go to the restroom by herself at about 1:15 in the afternoon.
The woman then heard a scream and ran into the bathroom. There, according to a police press release, she saw a terrifying scene: 33-year-old Reese M. Hartstirn carrying the unconscious girl into a stall. Police allege that he had choked her with his hands until she lost consciousness.
After the mother rescued her daughter, other customers held Hartstirn until police arrived.
In a statement to WGN, Jason’s Deli praised their employees and customers for pitching in to help.
“We’re blessed to have a wonderful relationship with the Chicago Police Department,” the statement reads. “Many of them are our customers and because of their connection to our deli, this unfortunate situation was handled very quickly. We’re proud of how our team members responded and thankful that we have the kind of customers that are willing to lend a hand in a difficult situation. We continue to work hard every day to make every customer happy.”
Hartstirn has been charged with felony counts of aggravated kidnapping and aggravated battery of a child. He also faces a misdemeanor charge of battery and aggravated assault of a peace officer after police say he took a swing at the booking officer.
In a hearing on Monday, Hartstirn was denied bond and remanded to custody. It is unclear whether he has retained an attorney. He is due back in court for a hearing on May 16.