Teenager Jailed For Facebook Comment Brutalized Behind Bars

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Eyesopenreport.com
June 3, 2013

The Texas teen whos sarcastic comment over facebook lead to his arrest has been the recipient of beatings and other cruel punishment behind bars, according to what his father Jack told NPR.

Teenager Arrested for Sarcastic Comment Over Online Video Game

“Without getting into the really nasty details, he’s had concussions, black eyes, moved four times from base for his own protection,” said Justins father.

He’s been put in solitary confinement, nude, for days on end because he’s depressed. All of this is extremely traumatic to this kid. This is a horrible experience.”

A women in Canada saw Justins comment a comment which has been describe as being sarcastic by Justin and his father and gave a tip to police.

In February detectives searched his home and seized his computer.

Court documents indicate Carter replied with: “I think Ima shoot up a kindergarten / And watch the blood of the innocent rain down/ And eat the beating heart of one of them,” NPR reports.

The comment was in response to a fellow League of Legends player addressing a in game dispute they had.

Its has been reported the comments to follow were  lol and jk. (Laughing out loud and just kidding)

This lead to a Grand Jury indictment of a terroistic threat charge in April placing the teen in Comal county jail.

Carters Bail has been set at $500,000 dollars.

Carters attorney who in the past has represented everyone from murders to rapists says he has never seen a bond at the price of Justin Carters.

A petition titled Release My Son Justin Carter In Jail For A Facebook Comment started by Justins parents has 40,000 signatures.

A post on the petitions website from the teens mother Jennifer reads, My son, Justin Carter, was arrested on February 14, 2013 (yes, Valentine’s Day) because of a sarcastic comment he posted on Facebook about a computer game which was then taken out of context by a complete stranger! Please sign my petition to help release my son, Justin.

Justin has become a victim of the war on terror. Anti-terror laws have put a innocent teenager behind bars for months without a trial.

This should alarm everyone speaking freely through a social media platform.

A new hearing has been set for July 16 to bring up issues of his abuse and to try to get bond lowered so Carter can go home to await trial.

Listen to NPRs interview with Jack Carter here.