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(Daily Mail)   Female officer REALLY gets into her job (w/possibly Not safe for work vid)   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 124
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2012-12-19 04:46:41 AM  
 
2012-12-19 07:36:36 AM  
fap fap fap
 
2012-12-19 08:05:37 AM  
Submitter:   (w/possibly Not safe for work vid)
 
Possibly NSFW? I beg to differ.
 
2012-12-19 09:04:17 AM  
Angel's anal hell from Kell Helleson?
 
2012-12-19 09:06:12 AM  
...weirdest boner...
 
2012-12-19 09:08:09 AM  
yeah that's pretty sick. I hope they get a bunch of money as well the officer's job. She really should be prosecuted
 
2012-12-19 09:09:00 AM  
Serving and protecting. 
 
2012-12-19 09:09:08 AM  
Dis she got brown to pink or vice versa?
 
2012-12-19 09:09:52 AM  
Who the hell agrees to a ROADSIDE cavity search. You want to search inside my body? Here are the steps. #1 get a warrant, #2 take me somewhere that isn't ON THE FARKING ROADSIDE. Assumedly in there step #1.5 is talk to my lawyer.
 
2012-12-19 09:10:08 AM  
Lie back and relax citizens. It's all part of the drug war on Americans.
 
2012-12-19 09:10:42 AM  
Two girls, one glove.
 
2012-12-19 09:11:02 AM  
at first: this is hot

then i read "aggravated anal cyst"

then i was all like: "gross"
 
2012-12-19 09:11:27 AM  
People really need to use the word no a lot more.

Cop: Can I stick my finger up your ass?
Citizen: No.
Cop: I'll get a warranty.
Citizen: Get it. I will not answer any questions I'm not legally required to answer without a lawyer.
 
2012-12-19 09:13:04 AM  
Waiting for lame excuses into why it went down as such

/yeah,I went there, and so did she
//maybe budget cuts were to blame for using the same glove twice
///I know I've used that line before
////I keed, I keed
 
2012-12-19 09:14:14 AM  
damn i need coffee.
 
2012-12-19 09:17:05 AM  
Holy Infectious Diseases risk Batman.

Same Gloves on both, Stuck a hand in the ass, stuck the SAME hand in the vagina? If that is what they teach, no matter the legality of the search, that is just wrong.

Hi I'm going to shove fecal matter up your snatch, hope you don't get toxic shock or some other very serious and potentially deadly disease!

How is that not attempted manslaughter at the least? A health clinc would be shut the fark down for that kind of mistreatement.
 
2012-12-19 09:17:44 AM  

NightOwl2255: People really need to use the word no a lot more.

Cop: Can I stick my finger up your ass?
Citizen: No.
Cop: I'll get a warranty.

 
Cop: If you're in any way dissatisfied, you can call me up within the next 60 days and I'll stick two fingers up your ass.
 
2012-12-19 09:17:53 AM  
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Agent Hurly, I want you to give this scumbag a cavity search. I'm talking Roto-Rooter. Don't stop until you reach the back of his teeth.
 
2012-12-19 09:18:14 AM  

NightOwl2255: People really need to use the word no a lot more.

Cop: Can I stick my finger up your ass?
Citizen: No.
Cop: I'll get a warranty.
Citizen: Get it. I will not answer any questions I'm not legally required to answer without a lawyer.


And in a few months, there will be a few episodes on CSI-type shows where innocent people will agree to random cavity searches without a search warrant [why would a cop need a warranty to search your pooper?] or a lawyer, while guilty people will refuse the search. Eventually, enough people will believe in taking "nothing to hide, nothing to fear" to the next logical level that 12 of them will be in the same jury box at the same time, and we'll have a court ruling that refusing a search without a warrant or a lawyer is probable cause for cops to conduct a search without a warrant or a lawyer.
 
2012-12-19 09:18:52 AM  
Coming soon to an airport near you.
 
2012-12-19 09:19:27 AM  

NightOwl2255: People really need to use the word no a lot more.

Cop: Can I stick my finger up your ass?
Citizen: No.
Cop: I'll get a warranty.Citizen: Get it. I will not answer any questions I'm not legally required to answer without a lawyer.


Hey, I'll tell you what. You can get a good look at a butcher's ass by sticking your head up there. But, wouldn't you rather to take his word for it?
No, I mean is, you can get a good look at a T-bone by sticking your head up a butcher's ass... No, wait. It's gotta be your bull.
 
2012-12-19 09:20:41 AM  

NightOwl2255: People really need to use the word no a lot more.

Cop: Can I stick my finger up your ass?
Citizen: No.
Cop: I'll get a warranty.
Citizen: Get it. I will not answer any questions I'm not legally required to answer without a lawyer.


Sure thing but it is Friday night and we can't get a judge until Monday morning. Since we have cause to hold you enjoy your weekend in jail.
 
2012-12-19 09:22:58 AM  

DoBeDoBeDo: How is that not attempted manslaughter at the least?

 
Manslaughter, at least in the context you're talking, requires recklessness. You can't attempt to be reckless - if you're attempting to do something, it's intentional. Hence, there is no such thing as "attempted manslaughter".
 
2012-12-19 09:24:40 AM  
First I thought that was kinda hot. Second as we learned yesterday the cop was trying to prevent breast cancer. Third I thought it was hot
 
2012-12-19 09:26:40 AM  
i saw this on the news last night (ch. 11 cbs dfw). the older of the 2 ladies is complaining to the male cop "this has been an eye opener..." to which he replies "someone is a daily smoker in this car"

ok, i understand probable cause, but i never heard of a cop doing a cavity search over suspected marijuana possession, especially roadside! i've known of them to tear apart a car searching for so much as a seed, but i've never heard of sticking hands in private areas of the person...ROADSIDE!

i seriously hope that chick cop gets in a ton of trouble and those 2 women win some sort of settlement.
 
2012-12-19 09:26:49 AM  

King Something: And in a few months, there will be a few episodes on CSI-type shows where innocent people will agree to random cavity searches without a search warrant [why would a cop need a warranty to search your pooper?] or a lawyer, while guilty people will refuse the search. Eventually, enough people will believe in taking "nothing to hide, nothing to fear" to the next logical level that 12 of them will be in the same jury box at the same time, and we'll have a court ruling that refusing a search without a warrant or a lawyer is probable cause for cops to conduct a search without a warrant or a lawyer.


Ladies and gentlemen of the jury: are you going to condone vaginal and anal fist raping without a warrant? Imagine if you were the one pulled over on the road. Would you submit to an officer jamming his hand up to his wrist into your ass?
 
2012-12-19 09:26:51 AM  
This appears wrong on several levels
Given what the media has said about the situation (I didn't watch the video)
they should have said no to everything,
I usually side with the cop, but this seems like a mad abuse of power.
 
2012-12-19 09:27:38 AM  

SquiggsIN: People need to know their rights. It's ridiculous that anyone, anywhere, ever would consent to (or consider giving) a cavity search in such a manner.

I, for one, am waiting for the country to wake up and take responsibility for themselves instead of assuming those charged with the task will handle it honorably.

/say no to the nanny state
//say no to the patriot act
///say no to fascist law-making


Do you want more children to die? Then STFU. Your rights aren't more important than the children.
 
2012-12-19 09:30:26 AM  

SquiggsIN: People need to know their rights. It's ridiculous that anyone, anywhere, ever would consent to (or consider giving) a cavity search in such a manner.


this too. it's a shame many people have such a fear of the cop pulling them over that they completely forget about the 4th amendment.

however, what IS the law on searching in reasonable cause cases ("i smell marijuana")?
 
2012-12-19 09:31:20 AM  
I can quite easily FAP to this.
 
2012-12-19 09:32:10 AM  

Theaetetus: DoBeDoBeDo: How is that not attempted manslaughter at the least?
 
Manslaughter, at least in the context you're talking, requires recklessness. You can't attempt to be reckless - if you're attempting to do something, it's intentional. Hence, there is no such thing as "attempted manslaughter".


Well there IS attempted VOLUNTARY manslaughter


http://www.justia.com/criminal/docs/calcrim/500/603.html

But yes in this case it wouldn't apply as this would be involuntary, unless you argue that she was taught that way and therefore was not being reckless (still not heat of passion though....or is it? GIGGITY!). But still some sort of addition to an assualt charge, what would the charge be if an AIDS patient stabbed you with a used needle? Attempted Murder? Maybe that then.
 
2012-12-19 09:32:43 AM  

Carth: Sure thing but it is Friday night and we can't get a judge until Monday morning. Since we have cause to hold you enjoy your weekend in jail.


In this case, and in most of these cases, like 99% of them, the cops have no reasonable suspicion. That's why they ask for permission.

In this case, if the girls said no, the cops would have let them go.
 
2012-12-19 09:36:45 AM  
I used to drive interstate a lot and you would not believe what actually happens out there. Refusal to consent to a search was "probable cause" and we were taught how to lower our profile risk. No hats, have a small pet in the car, shave ...
 
2012-12-19 09:36:57 AM  
This was all initiated because they tossed cigarettes out of the windows and the cop smelled weed when he wrote them the citation. Bullshiat. I'm willing to bet that there are a whole lot more people that got this treatment on that stretch of road around that time period, but have just not come forward. This all smells of the cops being told to find any reason to pull people over and search them so that they can get their drug seizure numbers up, and worry about the consequences later. This is a complete violation, but the problem is that they are going to have a hard time proving that the cop didn't smell weed in the car, and the cop made sure of that by making sure he was recorded telling the lady that somebody smokes daily in that car.
 
2012-12-19 09:38:34 AM  
DoBeDoBeDo:
But yes in this case it wouldn't apply as this would be involuntary, unless you argue that she was taught that way and therefore was not being reckless (still not heat of passion though....or is it? GIGGITY!). But still some sort of addition to an assualt charge, what would the charge be if an AIDS patient stabbed you with a used needle? Attempted Murder? Maybe that then.

Yep. If it can be proved that the patient's intent in stabbing you was to infect you with a deadly disease (i.e. they knew they had AIDS, they knew it would be transmitted, and they intended that you get it and die), then it would be attempted murder.
 
2012-12-19 09:39:04 AM  
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2012-12-19 09:39:35 AM  

bungle_jr: SquiggsIN: People need to know their rights. It's ridiculous that anyone, anywhere, ever would consent to (or consider giving) a cavity search in such a manner.

this too. it's a shame many people have such a fear of the cop pulling them over that they completely forget about the 4th amendment.

however, what IS the law on searching in reasonable cause cases ("i smell marijuana")?


People should know their rights but should not have to be lawyers to prevent assault from the police. When an officer has proven they do not understand or respect the law like this person has they should be fired and never allowed to work in that capacity again.
 
2012-12-19 09:40:20 AM  

kvinesknows: I can quite easily FAP to this.



It's hard to say. With the video quality, it could easily be all Faces of Meth in there.
 
*fap* Enhance. *fap* Enhance.
 
2012-12-19 09:42:44 AM  

Snarcasm: Refusal to consent to a search was "probable cause" ....


That is 100% wrong.
 
2012-12-19 09:45:09 AM  
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2012-12-19 09:46:14 AM  
What runs across the road at :34 when the officer says "do that on the highway" a rat?
 
2012-12-19 09:46:36 AM  

NightOwl2255: Snarcasm: Refusal to consent to a search was "probable cause" ....

That is 100% wrong.


You're absolutely right. But what do you do when the cop rights it up as "The smell of marijuana was strong in the vehicle, when I asked the driver to consent to a search they refused, got defensive and tried to quickly conceal something from the car on their body"

It becomes your word vs theirs and it looks like you end up in court fighting the validity of the search or being sexually assaulted. Best to just stay out of Texas.
 
2012-12-19 09:47:18 AM  

Carth: NightOwl2255: Snarcasm: Refusal to consent to a search was "probable cause" ....

That is 100% wrong.

You're absolutely right. But what do you do when the cop rights writes it up as "The smell of marijuana was strong in the vehicle, when I asked the driver to consent to a search they refused, got defensive and tried to quickly conceal something from the car on their body"

It becomes your word vs theirs and it looks like you end up in court fighting the validity of the search or being sexually assaulted. Best to just stay out of Texas.


No farking before coffee.
 
2012-12-19 09:50:29 AM  

NightOwl2255: Carth: Sure thing but it is Friday night and we can't get a judge until Monday morning. Since we have cause to hold you enjoy your weekend in jail.

In this case, and in most of these cases, like 99% of them, the cops have no reasonable suspicion. That's why they ask for permission.

In this case, if the girls said no, the cops would have let them go.


That is how it "should work" but what is to stop the cop from holding them while waiting for the warrant then just saying my bad whent hey let them go if they don't get it.
 
2012-12-19 09:51:05 AM  

Carth: No farking before coffee.


No. No. No. Blame it on the spell checker.
 
2012-12-19 09:52:00 AM  
Police been doing this since forever to certain groups(races and classes). I had a cop stick his hands down my pants when I was 15, and lift up my junk, take off my shoes and socks, sit on the farking ground, while I had a gallon of milk that I just brought 2 minutes earlier.
 
2012-12-19 09:52:39 AM  

Carth: NightOwl2255: Snarcasm: Refusal to consent to a search was "probable cause" ....

That is 100% wrong.

You're absolutely right. But what do you do when the cop rights it up as "The smell of marijuana was strong in the vehicle, when I asked the driver to consent to a search they refused, got defensive and tried to quickly conceal something from the car on their body"

It becomes your word vs theirs and it looks like you end up in court fighting the validity of the search or being sexually assaulted. Best to just stay out of Texas.



or maybe just tell them "not before dinner and a show... then maybe."  and then wink
 
2012-12-19 09:53:27 AM  

Odoriferous Queef: Carth: No farking before coffee.

No. No. No. Blame it on the spell checker.


No, it is totally my lazy fault for being unable to spell and refusing to proof read.
 
2012-12-19 09:53:41 AM  

Carth: You're absolutely right. But what do you do when the cop rights it up as "The smell of marijuana was strong in the vehicle, when I asked the driver to consent to a search they refused, got defensive and tried to quickly conceal something from the car on their body"

It becomes your word vs theirs and it looks like you end up in court fighting the validity of the search or being sexually assaulted. Best to just stay out of Texas.


If a cop is willing to lie, you are screwed. No doubt about it. But, once you consent, you have lost almost all your rights to fight the search. Never, never, never consent. Never. You have nothing to hide? Even more reason to never consent. And for the love of FSM, never answer question, like why are you in this neighborhood? Where were you going?
 
2012-12-19 09:54:53 AM  

NightOwl2255: If A cop is willing to lie, you are screwed. No doubt about it. But, once you consent, you have lost almost all your rights to fight the search. Never, never, never consent. Never. You have nothing to hide? Even more reason to never consent. And for the love of FSM, never answer question, like why are you in this neighborhood? Where were you going?


FTFY
 
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