Being enabled by the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous to boost its recruitment efforts Thomas Condon, 29 of Natick, Massachusetts has been mandated to the worship of Bill Wilson prior to conviction as a requirement for bail where he will be talked into believing he has a life long disease often requiring $1000 a day rehab treatment at the hands of Hazelden and the cult of Alcoholics Anonymous. While it is evident that Thomas Condon has a problem, the court system enabled by the "correction committees" of Massachusetts have pre-sentenced the man to the Cult of Alcoholics Anonymous. Is this right and what part has the local AA fellowship enabled these actions?
Man charged with hitting Natick cop with handcuffs
By Danielle Ameden/Daily News staff
Posted Aug 17, 2012 @ 12:09 AM
NATICK —Police said they had to pepper spray a Wayland man who swung at an officer early Thursday morning with handcuffs attached to his closed fist.
Thomas Condon, 29, smelled strongly of alcohol and was being held in protective custody when he hit the officer inside the police station, police said.
Officers first encountered Condon just after midnight when they responded to a call about an unwanted person at the Walnut Hill School, according to a police report filed in Framingham District Court. Campus security pointed officers toward the parking lot off Highland Street, where the man headed on foot after security told him to leave.
Police found Condon ducking under a tree in the heavy rain, wearing only shorts and a sleeveless T-shirt and reeking of alcohol, according to the report.
Condon appeared "irritated" to see the cops, and answered an officer's question in "random sentences," police said. He became aggressive when an officer tried to give him shelter in the back of the police cruiser, prompting police to take him into protective custody, the court documents show.
After identifying Condon with his Social Security card, police learned Wellesley Police had put out an alert two hours earlier, warning that Condon was wandering around and may be highly intoxicated. They added that he has a history of being aggressive when confronted by police, according to the court documents.
As Natick Police took Condon to the police station, he started hitting the glass divider and tried to open the cruiser door, Officer Christopher Dimodica wrote in his report.
When offered a chance to make a phone call in the station, Condon told officers, "I will take you all on," Sgt. John Doherty Jr. wrote in a report.
Condon continued to use "fighting words," Doherty wrote, and told one officer, "I will kick your (expletive)."
When police moved Condon to a cell and started to take off his handcuffs, he pulled away and hit Dimodica in the left forearm with a closed fist, the cuffs attached to Condon's right hand, the court documents show.
In response, an officer sprayed a short burst of OC, or pepper spray into Condon's face.
Condon, of 12 Hearthstone Circle, was charged with assault and battery on a police officer and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (handcuffs).
At his arraignment Thursday, Judge Robert Greco ordered Condon held on $250 cash bail.
As a condition of bail, the judge ordered Condon to not drink alcohol, attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and submit to random screens.
He is due back in court Sept. 25 for a pretrial conference.
Condon has two open cases out of Natick and Wayland for which he is charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and resisting arrest.
Does the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous in Natick, Massachusetts realize that a violent criminal is being mandated to their Bill Wilson rituals? Do they know how to handle it? Are the newcomer young people who were caught at prom night drinking and attending rooms where Bill Wilson worship is practiced being protected?