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DEMING, NM -- A man has filed a lawsuit stating that a traffic stop led to a series of forced medical procedures when a police officer thought he was clenching his butt cheeks. His lawsuit says that without his consent, he was taken to a medical facility and where he was forcibly X-rayed multiple times, sedated, given several enemas, required to give multiple stool samples, subjected to fingers penetrating his anus during multiple cavity searches, followed by an actual colonoscopy where cameras probed his intestines for drugs. The startling 14-hour ordeal failed to find any contraband inside his body.
1) He repeatedly asked for a lawyer to be present, they refused him that right because they said he wasn`t under arrest yet. 2) The warrant was good for the county he was picked up in, but the Gila Medical center is across the county line so technically they had no warrant. And 3) The warrant stated it was valid until 10:00 p.m. the day he was detained, but the medical record shows they were still searching him at 2:00 a.m. the next morning. 4) The dog that alerted on him is supposed to be certified every year. It`s at least 2 years since it`s been certified in that state and apparently has a history of giving false alerts.