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Originally posted by RisenAngel77
Nancy was physically moved by the two men wearing “Suffolk County Emergency Response Team” jackets to another room. There, another woman who identified herself as a nurse administered, without Nancy’s consent, two injections into Nancy’s arm.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
Take the 5th. Thats all I can suggest and what I absolutely will do the moment anything turns from friendly and light to the least bit serious. When I'm not chatting anymore, but being questioned, it won't happen without an attorney. They can arrest and take their chances on it holding up as legitimate, or they can walk away. We'll see how that goes the first time I may be put in that position..but no way will I go through what SHE did. They want anything more than "I choose to exercise my right to remain silent, please give me access to an attorney before any further discussion can happen" they can just go stick it in their ear.
Originally posted by HandyDandy
I take it you've never heard of NDAA where due process has been struck down for suspected "terrorists"?
edit on 14-5-2012 by HandyDandy because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by WhoDat09
reply to post by Renegade2283
I don't know, but there must have been something there for them to make the arrest:
Sheriffs: Woman arrested at air base had guns in car
A Quogue woman remained in custody Monday on a trespassing charge after law enforcement officers found a shotgun, an assault rifle and a cache of ammunition in the front seat of her car, parked just outside the grounds of the Air National Guard base in Westhampton Beach, authorities said. Nancy Genovese, 53, was arrested Thursday night after Air National Guard officials called the Suffolk County sheriffs' office to report that she was "taking pictures of both the air base and surrounding airport property," sheriffs said in a news release.
There is more at the link, I'm just wondering why is this back in the news? I admit I didn;t really search for a "good" link the first time I posted!! LOL This one is a little better!
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by HandyDandy
Absolutely on the injection part. I kinda left that alone in my reply because it makes no sense to me for what it could have been?? Why would someone ever be injected with something in an interrogation type situation? The obvious is chemical interrogation and thats...well...it works from what I understand. How the person comes out the other end can vary from hungover to vegetable though. Obviously not what happened here.
I agree on the sense of outrage if THAT part happened to me. I won't be so delusional as to say I could stop it...but I wouldn't be the only one left hurting.
What the heck is going on these days?? Even suggesting half of what we talk about daily now back in the distant past, like 1999, would have gotten people classified as paranoid in a real illness sense. Now? The world has gone nuts!
Originally posted by DoctorMobius
reply to post by eleven44
Well you let me know how that revolution goes.
Even if we did "take it back" would lose control completely . Look what happened in New Orleans when they were without cops for a few minutes whole city was a free for all.Dream on
edit on 13-5-2012 by DoctorMobius because: (no reason given)
"COMMENT 4: “She was held down and given mystery shots in jail? Sounds more like the x files to me.”
"While I am unsure of Suffolk County’s exact procedures, it is not uncommon for inmates to receive mandatory flu shots and hepatitis vaccinations to help limit the spread of infectious diseases while behind bars. Given Nancy’s situation, I’m sure it only served to heighten her fear of what was happening to her."