Former Farmington principal acquitted because of mental state

Posted: February 13, 2013 at 10:29 a.m.

Christopher A. Webb

Christopher A. Webb

A former Farmington High School principal accused of assaulting a woman and killing a dog was acquitted of criminal charges by reason of mental disease or defect Wednesday and committed to the Arkansas State Hospital.

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Benton County Sheriffs County Jail I feel they use excessive force to all inmates
here is my story.
I was awaiting prison term for 2nd degree battery for throwing a coffee cup at my roommate.
I was there for six months waiting to go to prison awaiting bedspace (normal wait in arkansas is 6 months)
every other state is 1 to 3 months.
they stripped me checked me made me shower with lye soap to kill head lice
took my clothes and property and tagged it.
then moved you into the "waiting to be booked area" where you sit for hours listening to them
talk all the inmates waiting.

I had carbon monoxide poisoning from my house from a yellow flame generated from hot water heater
and heater in front of house. my level was 8.0 monoxide to blood. at 10.0 your dead.

I drove to parents to stay night and got busted for DUI. still waiting court.

the deputies in benton county jail tasered me and put (3) yes three sets of handcuffs on me
they handcuffed my hands then they handcuffed my feet, then they handcuffed my hands to my feet
and left me rolling around on a ice cold floor for hours.

the public needs to wake up

I have been in prison before and jail before and this is the worst jail I have been in ever.
I threw a coffee cup at my roommate and went to prison.

Posted by: Daron

February 13, 2013 at 4:35 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Daron: please tell us that they sterilized you while you were wrongfully incarcerated - please, please, please!

Posted by: CaptainQuint

February 13, 2013 at 8:38 p.m. ( | suggest removal )