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Channel 2 Action News obtained exclusive video of a nurse being thrown to the ground, handcuffed and arrested. She said she was just doing her job.
Channel 2's Craig Lucie obtained the video and the federal lawsuit filed against four Lawrenceville police officers. The lawsuit said Marthe Bien-Aime's Fourth Amendment rights were violated and excessive force was used at the SummitRidge Hospital off Scenic Highway in Lawrenceville.
It was almost 2 a.m. when five Lawrenceville police officers went to the hospital and tried to arrest a patient who was suspected of sexually assaulting another patient. Bien-Aime said she told the officers she had to call her supervisor first before letting them in a secure area. Minutes later, she handed one officer the phone with her supervisor on the line. "When she got on the phone all she said was 'we fixing to bust one of your nurses,'" Bien-Aime said. In the video, an officer is seen reaching over the door, unlocking it and running toward her. The other officers follow suit and in seconds, they threw her to the ground and she was handcuffed. Then, two officers dragged her out of the nurse station and one of the officers hit her on the back.
Your tax dollars hard at work
These, and most all nationwide, soulless cops have that potention NWO want, you know what...
Think of all the tax $$$ that will be lost after the lawsuit.
Instead of paying out to all of these "mishaps", couldnt they just invest in proper training?
Also some steroids screening may be in order.edit on 26-10-2013 by muzzleflash because: (no reason given)
....how long will it be until the population starts to hope more of our so called protectors get shot.....what a sad world we live in......
"When she got on the phone all she said was 'we fixing to bust one of your nurses,'" Bien-Aime said.