posted on Aug, 11 2012 @ 12:15 AM
reply to post by camaro68ss
A lot of people saying she should sue...from the phrase "the lawsuit states...", I'm guessing she's already suing, and most likely, she will win.
The cops involved, unfortunately, will probably only endure a suspension without pay at best. To me, it's a fire-able offense, plus they should be
facing a myriad of criminal charges, from battery, civil rights violations, and negligence, to sexual assault and battery. No doubt, those involved
should end up on sex offender lists.
I often hear the excuse from bad cops amd their sympathizers things like, "you don't know what they go through", or "they're facing possibly
armed people", etc. The thing is, they know that, it's part of their job, and they still have to follow and uphold the law. If it's too much for
them to handle, then the job isn't right for them. Step aside, go flip burgers or wahatever they ARE mentally cut out for, and let someone else in
who can handle it and make the $40-90k/year with fantastic benefits.
Not all cops are d-bags. I know a lot of cops. Some of them are, some of them aren't. Just make sure the criminals (because that's what these ones
were if it's true - violent criminals) are punished appropriately. And as it is increased penalties for attacking or killing an officer, it should be
double that level of increase when a law officer perpetrates any crime. If a regular person gets 5 yearsbfor sexual assault, they should get 20.
This whole thing is so shocking, that not one of those cops chose to follow well-known legal procedures, that I'm going to have to che k sources to
see if it's true. I think it is, but it really is just THAT far out of the realm of logic for (was it 3 involved) multiple people to all just proceed
to put their jobs at risk for such lunacy.