Abuse by police
Posted in the Beverly Hills Forum
#1 Dec 24, 2012
A Texas state trooper pulled over two young ladies for throwing a cigarette butt out the window. He calls for a female trooper and she puts on latex gloves has the women take down their pants and underwear and inserted her finger in their [email protected] cavities and rectum in full veiw of people driving by and didn't change the glove the whole time. Now this is abuse period
#2 Dec 24, 2012
This story got me so hard. Do you have pictures, video or the spent gloves?
#3 Dec 26, 2012
Typical "Cult of public safety" mentality!
#4 Dec 26, 2012
There is video. Google tx troopers being sued.
With the ever increasing police state, you never know when you might be pulled over. Even more frightening, you never know if you will be searched for the most frivolous of manners.
It is not news to anyone that the airports have virtually eliminated people’s rights. This can be credited to the illustrious TSA, and there invasive “security” procedures.
These procedures have also made their way to the streets. However, it is not only performed by the TSA road checkpoints, now it is performed by police officers.
Two Irving, Texas, residents have filed their claim against two state troopers they claim performed an illegal ““roadside body cavity search” after being stopped for tossing a cigarette butt out of the window.
According to Dallas News,“They claim that a female trooper, Kelley Helleson, used her fingers to search their anuses and [email protected] — using the same latex glove — while on the side of the road in full view of passing vehicles.”
Apparently,“probable cause” now means “probable suspicion.” It is an extreme act to have a “law” officer perform a humiliating cavity search for the broad reasoning of two women “acting weird.” It is something you would see in any of the past authoritarian regimes.
In addition, in a free society, generally,(we aren’t one by any stretch of the imagination) you do not have to worry about being randomly, and, I might add, invasively searched for “acting weird.”
Steven McCraw, director of the Texas Department of “Public Safety”[Quotes added], is also being sued by the women on the basis that McCraw was aware of prior complaints about “unlawful strip searches, cavity searches and the like” and failed to hold the officers accountable.
The attorney for the women, Scott H. Palmer, said the cavity searches were “sekual assault” on the side of the road.
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