posted on Jul, 7 2013 @ 03:40 PM
reply to post by jude11
Originally posted by jude11
......what was going through the minds of these cops to even think this treatment was an option. Did they not think it would come to light in a big
way? And not one but both cops?
They knew what they were doing and yet BOTH were ok with it? This I don't understand.
I think it was even more than just those 2 cops. They
stated in the video that the female officer had to be called to the scene, in order to perform the search. At the very least, the dispatcher knew what
they were planning to do before they did it. There were probably other officers who also heard the call, yet nobody thought to question the act?
The original officer who initially decided this needed to be done, should have been fired just as quickly as the female officer who did what he
told/asked her to do.
this had been a reasonable action, what the hell was he expecting to accomplish?
I don't know much about current marijuana laws, and especially not in Texas, but I thought that: If you got caught with a joint, you can be charged
with 'Possession', and if you get caught with a small sized bag, you can be charged with 'Possession'.
He obviously had already found enough in order to bring about a charge of 'Possession'. How much could he have possibly expected to find up in
reply to post by inverslyproportional
Originally posted by inverslyproportional
Jude I don't think is defendable, if one of those women had AIDS for example, which BTW is extremely likely to be contracted through the anus, which
is why gay men have so much higher rates of the disease, then now this woman was attacked and technically "murdered" with a biological
That's the only part you don't agree with? I hope not, but it seems to me that you think it would have been ok, if only they had