Missouri Police Tase Father Three Times Preventing Him From Rescuing Son From House Fire
(FREE PATRIOT) The makeshift memorial in front of the burnt out house is the only thing that is left of a child’s life. In Louisiana, Missouri, one father is heartbroken and emotionally distraught. Rather then allowing him to enter the burning building and save his son’s life, police tase him three times from entering the home while they wait for firefighters.
Louisiana, Missouri- a father and mother is in morning. A make shift memorial is all that is left of their home and child. As the father tried to enter the burning house, three times police stun him to prevent him from entering the burning home. They saved the father’s life, but at what cost?
“He tried to get back in the house to get the baby,” Lori Miller said. “They took my son to jail because he tried to save his son.”
Ryan Miller’s sister-in-law doesn’t think the police handled the situation correctly.
“It’s just heartless. How could they be so heartless? And while they all just stood around and waited for the fire department, what kind of police officer wouldn’t try and save a three year old burning in a house?” said Emily Miller. ”We’ve been going through pictures and he’s just smiling in every picture. He was just a happy, go-lucky kid.”~ KHQA Channel 7
State fire marshals say that when the firefighters arrived, they tried to get in the building to save the 3 year old, but the flames were too hot. They found the child’s burnt body near the door to the bedroom off the living room in the home.
The Mercantile Bank in Missouri is trying to help with donations of clothing and items.
For those interested in helping the family, monetary donations may be sent to the Mercantile Bank in Louisiana, c/o Ryan Miller or the Riley Miller fund.
Clothing items also are needed: Men’s 36×30 jeans and women’s size 8-10 jeans, size XL/XXL men’s shirts and size small/medium women’s shirts, size 6.5 or 7 in women’s shoes, and 10-11 in men’s.
You can send those items to the Miller Law Office at 125 South Main in Louisiana.~KHQA Channel 7
The cause of the fire is unknown, but they think it started in an outlet in the upstairs area.
No matter the donations, it will never replace the child’s life.