Reginald Bruce Taylor, Jr.
It seems the window cleaning rag of record in Charleston - The Propaganda & Criminals - is attempting to follow the lead of Charleston Thug Life. Unfortunately, they have no real balls over there. In the latest piece about the bond hearing for child abuser Reginald Taylor, reporter Andrew Knapp mentions Taylor’s Thugbook page and states there are pictures of him holding cash. That’s it. Just holding cash.
Taylor caused permanent injuries to a two year old child by holding him in scalding water. Let’s take a look at the Thugbook page of “Reggie Taylor” and see what Andrew Knapp either failed to mention or (giving Andrew the benefit of the doubt) his editors pussed out on letting him report.
Over at WCSC’s site, someone named Kendra tells everyone Reggie Taylor comes “from a family that preys”. Indeed. Very apropos, Kendra.
Taylor claims the Westside and Strawberry Lane Boys. Love the “god bless me & my kides” statement. Way to go Charleston County School District. You learnt him good!!!
Reggie showing us his IQ.
Hmmm…..based on the photos of his “kides” we are starting to think maybe that two year old was holding out on Reggie. If the kid was stashing drugs or money maybe Reggie thought a little scalding was in order to teach him a lesson.
Gangsta Christmas! Nice.
Nice body armor, Reggie. Local police take note - shoot him in the balls or in the head to maximize effectiveness.
Some more photos of the kids with gang signs, wads of cash and a firearm. Reggie sure is raising the next generation of domestic terrorists right, isn’t he?
Maybe the kid screwed up flashing the gang sign and Reggie couldn’t handle the perceived disrespect and shoved the kid into scalding water as punishment.
Reggie doing the gangsta ghetto squat at a relatives funeral. Nice.
Taylor was charged with narcotics offenses in 2004 and 2008. The 9th Circuit Solicitor dismissed all four of them. Good move, huh? Especially in light of what we see on his Thugbook page.
We did some research prior to running with this post. There are very distinct patterns which result from intentional scalding cases. Based on what the doctors and the police have been credited with saying in the media reports, we believe Taylor is right where he needs to be - in jail with a $250,000 bond.
Oh, you know it had to start sooner or later: