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Woman Arrested/Striped/Left Naked By Police After Reporting A Crime

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posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:08 AM
reply to post by Wyn Hawks

I work at a Penitentiary and assess the intakes for suicide risk. I can assure you that what was done to this woman was absolutely NOT normal by any means. When a person is assessed with a risk factor they are placed in Suicide watch with clothes. They are given a change of clothing which they put on themselves. A guard stands outside the change room. Males with males and females with females. They usually have to go through a mental health screening by a mental health specialist as well as an assessment by the nurse This is done in order to place them in the correct division of the facility.

What I saw here simply is against policy and completely unwarranted. This is a gross violation of human rights and cannot be justified legally.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:13 AM

Originally posted by Exuberant1
What percentage of robberies, murders and kidnappings are actually ever solved by the police who show up after-the-fact?

Seriously, post some stats - impress us.

Yes, please. I'd like to know this also.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:25 AM
Wow. How brutal. I'm not surprised she felt like she was raped. This is totally unacceptable behavior from the police.

Strange, if our behavior is unacceptable to the police, this is what we can expect. Oddly, their behavior is being defended by their Sheriff.

Hmmm, whatever happened to "To Serve & Protect" ?

Sounds like the American police use NAZI Gestapo techniques...

"I don't like the way this victim is behaving, cuff her and bring to her Gestapo Headquarters." "You want a Phone Call !?" "Do you think you have any rights here in America!?" "Nein Nein Nein, Strip her down... " "Der Fuhrer will be please with us!" "Let us film our illegal strip search for the world to see"

Sad truth is, what they did to that poor girl is worse then the scenario I painted above....

Ever notice how when a police officer does something illegal they get "Suspended with pay"... OMG.... How is that a punnishment....

"Ok, don't come to work for the next month, but you will still get your FULL paycheck."

"But I was having so much fun raping woman and beating up minorities..."

Great police force that county has.... Should be ashamed of themselves... I hope it is not like that in all America.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:27 AM

Originally posted by LightFantastic
Wow, what was the outcome of the investigation into this?

There are always two sides to every story though. If this had been filmed from the start, by a "Cops" style program, maybe we would be thinking "That woman is a nutter, poor cops - they were only trying to help her".

Yeah, being stripped searched by at least two male cops after being the victim of assualt. And then left in the cell naked for 6 hours.

Some Help.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:30 AM
Police should be forced to videotape every interaction they have with the public.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:36 AM
reply to post by threekings

The only thing that would happen would be that the amount of "lost tapes" would increase.

That is why I applaud those who videotape the police for us.

[edit on 30-8-2009 by Nutter]

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:38 AM
I'm curious.....with all the police abuse videos available on the Internet has anyone started a citizen's organization dedicated to keeping track and publishing the locations and identities of the officers involved in these acts?

I think they should be profiled with as much info on them as possible posted on the Internet so citizens can be made aware of who and where they are.

I'm hoping that someday the gov will deputize citizens for the express purpose of hunting down thugs like we see in this video and bringing them to justice. The Sheriff who defends his officers should be first in line for punishment.....what a moron.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:41 AM
its sad but this, like so many other similar acts of the law enforcement of the usa have left me with very little respect for these goons.

actually i think it is safe to say, i hate cops.

i don't care if i have not met you, if your a cop that tells me, that based on what i see almost on a daily basis, your not worth my time or my respect.

i live in new mexico, santa fe to be exact.

every day i see the cops hassling the native americans and the mexicans. it is always the same ethic groups getting hassled for being in plain sight. pigs.

then there is the constant stream of news showing cops stun gunning people to DEATH, or in the head, or what ever.

now this.


i really hate pigs.

i feel really bad for the 'good cops' out there. i know they exist but htey are over shadowed by the pigs.

god i hate pigs.

Edit to add: i think it would be a good thing if people were sending letters to this sheriff letting him know that the actions of his staff and his support of it is outrageous and that this type of behavior will not be tolerated by the people of this nation.

[edit on 30-8-2009 by Animal]

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 10:45 AM

Originally posted by John Matrix
I'm curious.....with all the police abuse videos available on the Internet has anyone started a citizen's organization dedicated to keeping track and publishing the locations and identities of the officers involved in these acts?

Yes, there are. But this is what happens to them:

Woman with police-monitoring blog arrested

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 11:06 AM
Do you know what...forget 'terrorists' planting bombs and so on, it would be a FAR more effective tactic to do all they can to highlight what the so called 'land of the free', do themselves!

A real propaganda coup if you ask me.

Are you Americans so Fluoridated and apathetic, that you will let this sort of behavior just go?

An isolated incident may raise a few eyebrows, a repeat may cause some protesting, but come on...these things are happening in your country as a matter of routine it seems!

When are you going to tell these thugs pretending to be police, that you are not going to accept this behavior from people who are meant to be there to protect and serve you?

This is becoming the norm...well it will if you let it.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 11:13 AM
reply to post by John Matrix

reply to post by Nutter

Such a common sense idea by John Matrix. Then
the stark reality of the world we live in delivered by Nutter.

Sad huh

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 11:21 AM
Jesus Christ guys, I'm surprised that no-one already knows this but they have no obligation to protect you.

While there are exceptions within some jurisdictions in the U.S. and Canada, the police aren't required by law to help their citizens in the U.S.

The only book that I found on the subject of this type of police corruption is a book called Dial 911 or die by Richard W Stevens. It is a fairly informative book which contains laws and cases from every state that no matter how incompetent or negligent the police are, you won't be able to sue them.

Absolutely unreal.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 11:35 AM
I didn't pay taxes for this crap.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 11:56 AM
There are ways of dealing with cops like these, the courts and the Civilian Review Board.
Put that cop on the stand and question him/her under oath as to their Constitutional oath, and whether or not he has a surety bond, (every policeman has to have one to carry a gun) and where their authority comes from. (they will all say, "the State" which is an act of Congress) No lawyers here, you are your own lawyer. Second, submit an affidavit to the local Civilian Review Board. Follow this up. file a UCC lien on the officer, ($250 for this)
and file a copy with the State Prosecutor. The cop's bond will be revoked while the investigation is under way. File charges until the cop is fired, and then sue for damages in civil court. Ruin his life. Can this be done? Yes, it can, I have done it. I am a law abiding person, but the local cops are on notice from their higher ups not to mess with me, it is way too much trouble. Police the Police, it is the only way to keep them honest.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 12:10 PM
So where's the White house publicly making a fool of this police department for "Acting irrisponsibly"?

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 12:12 PM
Old news or not - it is the first time I have seen this report. What kind of civilised country has a police force that treats victims of crime in this way? You guys need to do something about this. If this were my wife I would take that sherriff's head off - regardless of the consequences.

[edit on 30-8-2009 by Adamus]

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 12:28 PM

Originally posted by die_another_day
I didn't pay taxes for this crap.

i have had my house broken into...had to wait until the next day for an evidence tech to come out...took some fingerprints..asked questions...never heard from again, nor was any of my property truck and auto have been broken into...police will not come out, they want you to downlaod a form and send it in...BUT, i was stopped on my own street from going 10 mph over the speed limit (35 in a 25 zone) and they had a speed gunned officer there to give me a $120 dollar ticket. i've never had 1 crime done to me that was solved...but i've had over 30 years, several minor driving infractions, that were easy for the cop to enforce, and profitable for the far as i'm concerned, they could care less about my safety and protection, i'm on my own.

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 12:46 PM
makes me think:

"So, get up get, get get down
911 is a joke in yo town
Get up, get, get, get down
Late 911 wears the late crown"

[edit on 30-8-2009 by Animal]

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 12:53 PM
reply to post by lee anoma

Honestly this is nothing new, it is just that people are becoming aware of it.

Police have done things like this in broad daylight in my city.
One even performed an anal cavity search on the sidewalk and in front of 30 witnesses!

Usually this stuff never gets much attention though since the victims are the poor or underclass, but when it happens to an attractive blonde, the media pounces like a lion on a wounded gazelle.

You can't help but feel for the victims.

- Lee

I completely agree!

It really comes down to the education system being so damn flawed, and on purpose I bet, especially for the poor folk! :shk:

If those 30 witnesses just stood around and watched, then that is proof right there. Our education system is severely lacking in "teachings of being of a critical mind".

You know, I have been saying for a while now that the PTB have created these financial incentives to attract people of pugnacious nature into these positions of "policing". I mean, I live in Delaware and the state police will start out to make at least $40,000, and the education required is at most an associates degree. How is that for incentive?!

If the government really wanted to stop this kind of police activity, it would require all police officers to a have AT LEAST a bachelor of arts in Philosophy of Law or Philosophy (anything). Then, perhaps some Aikido training to teach them some empathy!

In freaking conclusion, respect, education and empathy are severely lacking!!

[edit on 30-8-2009 by Unlimitedpossibilities]

posted on Aug, 30 2009 @ 01:17 PM

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