posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 12:22 PM
reply to post by redhorse
My initial reaction was horror, then I wondered if they were well known drug dealers. But, even if they were and the small bag of heroin was found
lon one of them, there is still no excuse for the humiliating searches carried out in the open by the police. If you have a bag of heroin then you
take them to the station for processing.
Body searches should be carried out at a police station in accordance with procedure for such a search. How come they were doing this in public?
Something is not right with this at all.
If this is true, I wonder how those men will face their girl-friends, daughters or wives once what they did gets out. The only way to stop this kind
of behaviour is to shout the names of the offending officers loudly and to let everyone know what they did. Name and shame.
Interestingly I saw an RT news story that took place in the UK but did not make the UK news about a guy who was arrested for shoving one of our
illustrious bully-cops. Fortunately people ignorred the 'Do not film coppers law' and filmed the incident.
Now 3 coppers are facing disciplinary proceedings and hopefully will be personally sued. Our coppers use to be held to a high standard of policing
which they maintained for years, but that has certainly slipped and is apparent by the qualify of officers now recruited. Everyone once admired and
respected them, now everything has changed and its in truth a terrible situation.