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DVD Polizei 10-24-13 08:07 PM

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Originally Posted by inri222 (Post 11882600)
http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/10/...ying-300-belt/



So what was fraudulent about the card that the store employee notified the police?
If he walked out of the store with the belt, the card must of worked.

You're already assuming it's against the law to call police about a potentially stolen credit card.

Again, the police were the ones to make the decision to arrest and determine if a crime was committed. They made a stupid decision and had the evidence in front of them. Literally, according to the articles I've read.

sherm42 10-24-13 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by DVD Polizei (Post 11883435)
You're already assuming it's against the law to call police about a potentially stolen credit card.

Again, the police were the ones to make the decision to arrest and determine if a crime was committed. They made a stupid decision and had the evidence in front of them. Literally, according to the articles I've read.

Yeah. I don't know about New York, but in California, you can't be liable for calling the police. It's privileged conduct.

PenguinJoe 10-24-13 09:59 PM

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Do you think he would have been profiled if he was buying a $300 pair of Jordans?

DVD Polizei 10-26-13 11:38 PM

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Originally Posted by PenguinJoe (Post 11883564)
Do you think he would have been profiled if he was buying a $300 pair of Jordans?

He would have been laughed at. Of course, in Al Sharpton's World, that would qualify as racist, and you'd be required to forfeit all your assets to his organization.

Rev. Al Sharpton addresses recent racial profiling by high-end stores

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...#ixzz2itTuVjym

inri222 10-29-13 03:39 PM

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Dave99 10-29-13 09:18 PM

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at least he was fired and charged.

sherm42 10-31-13 10:32 PM

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Cop Faces Felony for Pushing Woman into Concrete Bench

http://www.cnn.com/video/?/video/us/...www.cnn.com%2F

Dave99 10-31-13 10:54 PM

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Love his attorneys statement, that somehow because he has served 19 years, we should overlook his crime.

"Put that against the backdrop of a 19-year career police officer with an unblemished record, and explain to me why he's being prosecuted," Stone said. "This is a good officer. The law says police can use reasonable force to get someone to comply with a reasonable direction."

Dave99 11-05-13 12:01 PM

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Man is leaving a walmart, rolls through a stop sign and is stopped by police. Officers indicate he appears to clench his butt cheeks when he was asked to step out of the vehicle, which they believe gives them probable cause to perform the following: (they took him to 2 hospitals, the first wouldn't perform any of this -claiming it was unethical, the 2nd did)
2 abdomen xrays
3 enemas and forced defecations
anal exploration with fingers
and, not wanting to accept defeat, they pushed on for a full colonoscopy.
No drugs were found.

Now, most logical people would say, hey, he got a free colonoscopy out of the deal, he should feel lucky he got free healthcare. You would be wrong though, the hospital billed him for all the procedures, and is threatening to send him to collections if he doesn't pay.

Oh, and the search warrant was only valid in the county it was issued in, and since the first hospital refused, they had to go to the next county over, so the warrant was technically invalid. The warrant had also expired in time when they performed all these anal probings.

He is suing everyone involved, obviously.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/s...l#.UnkydfnbNPi

Hokeyboy 11-05-13 12:30 PM

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His colon was obviously doing something wrong.

Jaymole 11-05-13 12:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Dave99 (Post 11896994)
Man is leaving a walmart, rolls through a stop sign and is stopped by police. Officers indicate he appears to clench his butt cheeks when he was asked to step out of the vehicle, which they believe gives them probable cause to perform the following: (they took him to 2 hospitals, the first wouldn't perform any of this -claiming it was unethical, the 2nd did)
2 abdomen xrays
3 enemas and forced defecations
anal exploration with fingers
and, not wanting to accept defeat, they pushed on for a full colonoscopy.
No drugs were found.

Now, most logical people would say, hey, he got a free colonoscopy out of the deal, he should feel lucky he got free healthcare. You would be wrong though, the hospital billed him for all the procedures, and is threatening to send him to collections if he doesn't pay.

Oh, and the search warrant was only valid in the county it was issued in, and since the first hospital refused, they had to go to the next county over, so the warrant was technically invalid. The warrant had also expired in time when they performed all these anal probings.

He is suing everyone involved, obviously.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/s...l#.UnkydfnbNPi


That is unbelievable.

Just another in a long line of reasons that the war on drugs is a farce.

Josh-da-man 11-05-13 12:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Dave99 (Post 11896994)
Man is leaving a walmart, rolls through a stop sign and is stopped by police. Officers indicate he appears to clench his butt cheeks when he was asked to step out of the vehicle, which they believe gives them probable cause to perform the following: (they took him to 2 hospitals, the first wouldn't perform any of this -claiming it was unethical, the 2nd did)
2 abdomen xrays
3 enemas and forced defecations
anal exploration with fingers
and, not wanting to accept defeat, they pushed on for a full colonoscopy.
No drugs were found.

Now, most logical people would say, hey, he got a free colonoscopy out of the deal, he should feel lucky he got free healthcare. You would be wrong though, the hospital billed him for all the procedures, and is threatening to send him to collections if he doesn't pay.

Oh, and the search warrant was only valid in the county it was issued in, and since the first hospital refused, they had to go to the next county over, so the warrant was technically invalid. The warrant had also expired in time when they performed all these anal probings.

He is suing everyone involved, obviously.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/s...l#.UnkydfnbNPi

Hopefully, by the time he's done, those cops will be sucking cock on street corners to pay him his settlement.

EddieMoney 11-05-13 12:35 PM

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They were hoping to find drugs.

They were shit out of luck.

Hokeyboy 11-05-13 12:43 PM

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Must be another one of them "isolated incidents"...

inri222 11-05-13 01:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Josh-da-man (Post 11897051)
Hopefully, by the time he's done, those cops will be sucking cock on street corners to pay him his settlement.

Now that would be justice!!!

uberjoe 11-05-13 01:47 PM

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Suing? They raped that guy. They should be in prison.

EddieMoney 11-05-13 01:48 PM

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Originally Posted by uberjoe (Post 11897187)
Suing? They raped that guy. They should be in prison.

Sticking your fingers in someone's ass isn't rape.

It's foreplay.

Dave99 11-05-13 02:01 PM

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Originally Posted by uberjoe (Post 11897187)
Suing? They raped that guy. They should be in prison.

That's just silly. In fact, one of the officers involved and named in the lawsuit got promoted a few months after the incident!
http://www.demingradio.com/1/post/20...l-captain.html


Here is the doctor they found to perform the procedures, after the first one refused. His name is okay (no, seriously), apparently that his answer to any request. He and his medical degree are from nigeria.
http://www.grmc.org/Doctor-Directory...ocha-M-D-.aspx

nemein 11-05-13 03:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Hokeyboy (Post 11897069)
Must be another one of them "isolated incidents"...

How many LEOs are there across the country? How many interactions do they have w/ citizens on a daily basis? How many of these interactions are inappropriate? I think that would determine what is "isolated". I strongly suspect in the grand scheme the percentage of inappropriate incidents is very low. That's not to down play any particular incident that does happen, but the reverse is also not true... just because these things happen doesn't mean all LEOs are bad/corrupt/self-serving... whatever you want to say.

Kmical 11-05-13 03:57 PM

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"If the officers in Hidalgo County and the City of Deming are seeking warrants for anal cavity searches based on how they're standing and the warrant allows doctors at the Gila Hospital of Horrors to go in and do enemas and colonoscopies without consent, then anyone can be seized and that's why the public needs to know about this," Kennedy said.
It's a terrible incident, but I did like how his attorney referred to the hospital in his statement.

Kmical 11-05-13 03:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Dave99 (Post 11897220)
Here is the doctor they found to perform the procedures, after the first one refused. His name is okay (no, seriously), apparently that his answer to any request. He and his medical degree are from nigeria.
http://www.grmc.org/Doctor-Directory...ocha-M-D-.aspx

Maybe anal probes and enemas are standard in-patient procedures back home in Nigeria?

sherm42 11-05-13 05:30 PM

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As a defense attorney, this is one of those dream cases you would cross over to the other side for. I think if a client told me this story, I would seriously question how it could be true. I would have to see all the case documents before taking the case. It just seems so unbelievable.

kvrdave 11-05-13 05:34 PM

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It would be nice if all the money that particular PD had made off drug seizure laws had to be paid for this guy. That is where this type of shit comes from. It's a fucking joke.

Red Dog 11-05-13 05:47 PM

Re: The "Cops Behaving Badly" Thread
 

Originally Posted by Dave99 (Post 11896994)
Man is leaving a walmart, rolls through a stop sign and is stopped by police. Officers indicate he appears to clench his butt cheeks when he was asked to step out of the vehicle, which they believe gives them probable cause to perform the following: (they took him to 2 hospitals, the first wouldn't perform any of this -claiming it was unethical, the 2nd did)
2 abdomen xrays
3 enemas and forced defecations
anal exploration with fingers
and, not wanting to accept defeat, they pushed on for a full colonoscopy.
No drugs were found.

Now, most logical people would say, hey, he got a free colonoscopy out of the deal, he should feel lucky he got free healthcare. You would be wrong though, the hospital billed him for all the procedures, and is threatening to send him to collections if he doesn't pay.

Oh, and the search warrant was only valid in the county it was issued in, and since the first hospital refused, they had to go to the next county over, so the warrant was technically invalid. The warrant had also expired in time when they performed all these anal probings.

He is suing everyone involved, obviously.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/s...l#.UnkydfnbNPi

He clearly had something to hide.

DVD Polizei 11-05-13 07:21 PM

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He was hiding his intestines. :(


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