posted on Mar, 15 2009 @ 03:45 AM
reply to post by atsfanoffthescalez
Well, I wasn't there and don't know exactly what occurred, but yep that's pretty much how they operate.
I'm currently involved in a lawsuit that involves them keeping me from getting medical attention while I was having a heart attack, but that's a
All you can do is hire an attorney and see if they did anything wrong and sue their county or city that they work for.
Another minor abuse story.
My girlfriend called me from an accident one time and I had somebody drive me down there to make sure she was alright and perhaps drive my car home,
because she wasn't on my insurance card.
Without even a friendly warning the cop at the scene threw handcuffs on me and complained that I rode up on his accident scene (they were already in a
nearby store parking lot as the damage was less than $500) and was interfering with his investigation - he kept me in cuffs long enough until a tow
truck put my drivable car on his truck and then the cop took off my cuffs and let me go, so I could pay the tow truck a couple hundred bucks to
release my car. The cop said I can tow your car if I want too and I'm going to just because I can and if you want to complain about it I can take you
to jail for interfering with my investigation - so shut up. In his words attempting to be nice towards the end "I already called a tow truck because
she can't drive. If I let you take the car than the tow companies wouldn't come when we call them anymore" Talk about a power tripping jerkoff.
[edit on 15-3-2009 by verylowfrequency]