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Connecticut Man Says Cops "Broke into His House And Ripped Out His Catheter"!

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posted on May, 9 2008 @ 08:46 PM
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Connecticut Man Says Cops "Broke into His House And Ripped Out His Catheter"!


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HARTFORD, Conn. — A man alleges that police entered his home illegally and ripped a catheter from his body during a child pornography investigation that led to the arrest of two neighbors.

Andrew Glover, 60, of New Britain filed a notice with the city Thursday that he intends to pursue a federal civil rights lawsuit. He accused the officers of inflicting severe injuries as he was recovering from intestinal surgery in February.

Glover's lawyer, Paul Spinella, said police entered Glover's apartment Jan. 30 and Feb. 28. Glover wasn't involved in child pornography, has not been charged and has no criminal record, Spinella said.

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posted on May, 9 2008 @ 08:46 PM
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Am I having de ja vu again?

What the hell is going on with all of these cops breaking into innocent peoples homes and terrorizing them? And in this case they didn't even have a warrant?

And WHY IN THE HELL would they RIP OUT SOMEONE'S CATHETER?!?

Jeez...Just when I thought I'd heard it all...This crap has gotten way out of hand...

One word....OUCH.


Spinella said officers "tossed" Glover's apartment
during a search Jan. 30. In February, he said, Glover returned home from the hospital after his surgery to find officers searching his apartment again. That's when they assaulted Glover and left him alone in the apartment without calling for medical help, Spinella said.

The police didn't have search warrants, Spinella said.




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posted on May, 10 2008 @ 12:35 PM
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Mr, Glover has a very, very good lawyer in Mr. Spinnela. He won't turn this loose until those officers and the city pay bigtime. This seems to be the norm because of the way our LEO's are being trained in todays academys.
Its only going to get worse if those we have put in charge of oversite don't hold the Mayors and Chiefs accountable in full measure for the actions of they're officers!

Zindo
PS This department has a serious history of overstepping. I live in this state.

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posted on May, 10 2008 @ 12:39 PM
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Sorry ,tried to edit Mr. Spinella's name but for some reason I did it wrong three times,lol Oh well.

Zindo



posted on May, 10 2008 @ 12:49 PM
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I am mildly confused. Why would you go into a random person's house without search warrants unless you were going to frame said person? That's just the conspiracy theory alter ego in me talking though. I'm sure they'll have a legitimate reason for ripping out someone's catheter, and tossing up the place. Mistaken identity perhaps?



posted on May, 11 2008 @ 08:00 PM
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Why is there hardly any outrage at this? Is this now so much the norm in America that it's now normal behaviour? Or perhaps you've been making too many threads DD? =p

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posted on May, 11 2008 @ 08:08 PM
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Well, color me outraged!
I can guess why they yanked his catheter out. The slack jawed clowns who broke into this man's home without cause, done had their little pea brains made up that this old man was a PERVERT and they were gonna show this child molester a thing or two.

That aspect, the obvious lack of any investigative integrity by the thugs in blue, disturbs me greatly. This smacks of corruption and jumping to conclusions. The policeman's job is to investigate, and gather evidence, not adjudicate the entire case in their head before they bust down the door!



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