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11/05/2013 08:03:50 PM · #1
I think there are some serious issues with the enforcement community here...

Man illegally anally probed by doctors under orders from police..

The best part? He's being billed for the procedures.

Scary isn't it? The man pulled a california stop, and is subsequently subjected to repeated horrific invasions of his body. Scares the hell out of me, cause there isn't a thing you can do to stop it.

Message edited by author 2013-11-05 20:30:48.
11/05/2013 08:40:43 PM · #2
Law is not being enforced. It's being abused. Those people involved were out of control. I hope the victim OWNS that county when all of the legal wranglings are through.
11/05/2013 08:55:15 PM · #3
It's not being abused, it's being broken...all involved in this, if it's proven true should be in jail. Especially the doctors.
11/05/2013 09:48:21 PM · #4
Sometimes cops can be a real pain in the ass. :p
11/05/2013 10:52:10 PM · #5
oh I would own that county after hat. I would make sure those cops never had a law enforcement job 1st...then I would go after the city then the county...then the state....That is a very legitimate lawsuit. That guy should be able to retire after this
11/05/2013 11:11:15 PM · #6
Dang, these guys are (almost) as bad as the WI DNR!
11/05/2013 11:12:28 PM · #7
If you're in a group of 3 or more in Queensland, the coppers can do whatever they like to you:

Anonymous Video protesting New 'Bikie' Laws

These laws are already in place.
11/05/2013 11:28:14 PM · #8
Originally posted by pamb:

If you're in a group of 3 or more in Queensland, the coppers can do whatever they like to you:

Anonymous Video protesting New 'Bikie' Laws

These laws are already in place.


I bet Campbell Newman wishes he had a few of those New Mexico Cops in his Queensland force!!
11/05/2013 11:36:11 PM · #9
Originally posted by pamb:

If you're in a group of 3 or more in Queensland, the coppers can do whatever they like to you:

Anonymous Video protesting New 'Bikie' Laws

These laws are already in place.


...I doubt that this is quite exact in that police in Australia still have limitations of action.

I do believe that the issue at hand is one of association with someone committing a crime and unless mistaken, a comment to that effect is made at 1.46 of the presentation.

I also have no doubt that this law will be challenged before the tribunals on Constitutional grounds and that "Judicial Reasonableness" will prevail.

Time will tell if this law will withstand judicial scrutiny, and I will leave that part of the process in the hands of those versed in Australian laws.

Ray

Message edited by author 2013-11-05 23:40:17.
11/05/2013 11:39:08 PM · #10
Originally posted by kirbic:

Dang, these guys are (almost) as bad as the WI DNR!


Could you enlighten me as to that that means... to me a DNR is a "Dialed Number Recorder".

Ray
11/05/2013 11:46:04 PM · #11
Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by kirbic:

Dang, these guys are (almost) as bad as the WI DNR!


Could you enlighten me as to that that means... to me a DNR is a "Dialed Number Recorder".

Ray


Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources... Famous for this incident, when they were "protecting wildlife"
11/06/2013 09:13:57 AM · #12
The news of the day?

It's not the first time that this exact same scenario has played out...
11/06/2013 11:34:27 AM · #13
Originally posted by Cory:

The news of the day?

It's not the first time that this exact same scenario has played out...


Leo is pretty bad at his job.
11/06/2013 11:36:42 AM · #14
hmmm -- a dog likes to sniff rear ends? what a surprise....
11/06/2013 01:22:21 PM · #15
Clearly New Mexico is combining two of it's most celebrated activities. Since the Aliens landed in Roswell in 1942 they have been probing people, but now they are in uniform and are really stepping up their game. In fact their new motto on the side of their patrol cars has been changed to " Yo f*uck nuts, its probing time"

My favorite line in the original article is "after law enforcement asked him to step out of the vehicle, he appeared to be clenching his buttocks." It has often been said that white guys walk like they have a stick up there, now we will have to learn to walk with some swagger, or face the probe.
11/06/2013 01:25:58 PM · #16
No doubt he was clenching his buttocks. He was in New Mexico.

Saddest part is they're blaming the dog.
11/06/2013 01:27:32 PM · #17
Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by kirbic:

Dang, these guys are (almost) as bad as the WI DNR!


Could you enlighten me as to that that means... to me a DNR is a "Dialed Number Recorder".

Ray

Be careful where you write that abbreviation -- in the hospital it means "Do Not Resuscitate" ...
11/06/2013 04:57:12 PM · #18
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by kirbic:

Dang, these guys are (almost) as bad as the WI DNR!


Could you enlighten me as to that that means... to me a DNR is a "Dialed Number Recorder".

Ray

Be careful where you write that abbreviation -- in the hospital it means "Do Not Resuscitate" ...


...No worries here my friend as I have let my family, friends and doctor know that those are my wishes.

As an aside, you should have seen the looks I got from the missus when I started filling out the forms for the body donation to the medical school.

Ray
11/06/2013 07:05:12 PM · #19
Originally posted by RayEthier:

As an aside, you should have seen the looks I got from the missus when I started filling out the forms for the body donation to the medical school.

Whose body? Yours or hers? (Runs for shelter)
11/06/2013 09:52:04 PM · #20
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by RayEthier:

As an aside, you should have seen the looks I got from the missus when I started filling out the forms for the body donation to the medical school.

Whose body? Yours or hers? (Runs for shelter)


...Actually, both. :O)

She did not seem to share my views that this would be a good thing for both of us, so cremation it is for her.

Ray
11/07/2013 06:41:25 PM · #21
Originally posted by RayEthier:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by RayEthier:

As an aside, you should have seen the looks I got from the missus when I started filling out the forms for the body donation to the medical school.

Whose body? Yours or hers? (Runs for shelter)


...Actually, both. :O)

She did not seem to share my views that this would be a good thing for both of us, so cremation it is for her.

Ray


Yikes...am having visions of Unca Raymee's body regaling the med students with tales of his cop days...good luck kids, you're gonna need it!! ;-)
11/08/2013 12:11:19 AM · #22
Well hey, at least we're not in Georgia!!

Latest in Kendrick Johnson case..
11/08/2013 12:12:11 AM · #23
Originally posted by BrennanOB:

Clearly New Mexico is combining two of it's most celebrated activities. Since the Aliens landed in Roswell in 1942 they have been probing people, but now they are in uniform and are really stepping up their game. In fact their new motto on the side of their patrol cars has been changed to " Yo f*uck nuts, its probing time"

My favorite line in the original article is "after law enforcement asked him to step out of the vehicle, he appeared to be clenching his buttocks." It has often been said that white guys walk like they have a stick up there, now we will have to learn to walk with some swagger, or face the probe.


Hmm...

Can someone suggest an appropriate expert editing challenge please? ;)
11/08/2013 01:38:53 PM · #24
And from the north end of our state...

Apparently an officer doing the right thing is what we punish... Probe away boys, just make sure you're not probing anyone who 'matters'...
11/09/2013 11:34:07 AM · #25
And another one.

Anyone else think we've got a demonstrable problem here?
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