Alabama Police Captain Resigns After Posting "Bullet In Their Skull" comment about Biden voters

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Initially placed on administrative leave for posting a comment on social media that appeared to support violence against people who voted for president-elect Joe Biden, an Alabama police captain recently resigned from office.

On Thursday, Flomaton Police Chief Charles Thompson issued the following statement: “On November 5th, 2020 the Flomaton Police Department Social Media Platform began accruing multiple complaints in regards to a comment posted by a Flomaton Police Officer. Also, various emails and phone calls have been received by my office. Due to today’s high call volume of complaints, call back has been extremely hard to conduct, I plan to contact all callers back.

“Copies of the comments and complaints have been acquired and retained for Internal Investigations. The outcome of the internal investigation is pending at the time and date of this Press Release.” On his personal Facebook account, Flomaton Police Captain Scott Walden responded to a post from someone who wrote, “The idiots that voted for Biden hated Trump enough to throw the country away. Thank the lying liberals and democrats news media.”

In response, Walden posted: “they need to line up ev1 of them and put a bullet in their skull for treason.”

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