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2013-07-06 10:02:09 PM

Satanic_Hamster: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x286]

Hmmmm.

Front row:
No, no, sure I'd cavity search her.


To be fair, the other two have unflattering poses and angles. I bet with a little styling and a 3/4 turn they'd be lovely.
 
2013-07-06 10:03:24 PM

xmasbaby: Here's a more complete version of events:

http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/video-of-st-loui s- police-officer-striking-teen-is-released/article_c00117a4-4fb2-5669-9a 8c-4b9399e36985.html


I'll give them credit on this one:  At least they're trying.  Seems the department doesn't want them.  Also note that they were probationary officers - in a bad department the tape would have disappeared, the officers would have never been fired, and in 5-15 years we'd be reading about how they shot some kid without provocation.

TOSViolation: Also, I'm from NC. We saw the kind of stupid crap Texas pulls with the idiot woman's filibuster. We didn't have that problem here. Our abortion bill went through the senate just fine. Texas is just a bunch of stupid citizens who don't know anything.


5/10, too off topic and late for a good number of bites.
 
2013-07-06 10:07:28 PM
Texas.
 
2013-07-06 10:10:35 PM

Firethorn: xmasbaby: Here's a more complete version of events:

http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/video-of-st-loui s- police-officer-striking-teen-is-released/article_c00117a4-4fb2-5669-9a 8c-4b9399e36985.html

I'll give them credit on this one:  At least they're trying.  Seems the department doesn't want them.  Also note that they were probationary officers - in a bad department the tape would have disappeared, the officers would have never been fired, and in 5-15 years we'd be reading about how they shot some kid without provocation.


To be fair, it turns out that the kid took a shot at the cop in question. That makes it understandable as to why he wouldn't be getting much sympathy around the courthouse.
 
2013-07-06 10:12:38 PM

HempHead: As the article said, a previous case happened last year on the President George Bush Turnpike in Irving Texas.

The female cop was also fired in that case.

Two Irving women who said they were subjected to "humiliating and shamefully embarrassing" body cavity searches by a state trooper are set to receive a $185,000 settlement in a federal civil rights lawsuit.
The two sides made the agreement official in court documents Tuesday, less than a year after Angel
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/irving/headlines/201306 2 5-settlement-reached-in-irving-women-s-suit-claiming-dps-roadside-body -cavity-search.ece


Hm, it's possible I'd take a cavity search for $185K. IF I got the money up front.

And Daniel Craig did my search.
 
2013-07-06 10:17:18 PM
deathandtaxesmag.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com

Wait, are these the girls?!?

/dnrta
 
2013-07-06 10:22:28 PM
Fred Smythe

I know that movie!
 
2013-07-06 10:26:54 PM
Something smells fishy about this..... Yep, it's their fingers.
 
2013-07-06 10:33:21 PM

Brick-House: Something smells fishy about this..... Yep, it's their fingers.


what happens when women don't clean their snatch twice a day upon regular use.
 
2013-07-06 10:39:06 PM
Idiots with authority soon come to expect and abuse it.  We need smarter cops.
 
2013-07-06 10:48:58 PM

MFAWG: rkiller1: js34603: WTF is wrong with cops like this? You KNOW you are on tape jackasses, why do anything that's going to bite you in the ass later when people see the tape? So farking dumb.

Nail. Head. You hit it.

Quite a few of these guys were TOO STUPID TO ENLIST!

Let that sink in.


And quite a few former MPs cannot get hired by civilian departments because--and I quote, "they are not flexible enough with the rules." Meaning, in the words of one MP I know who was turned down, "I wasn't willing to overlook other cops doing shiat they shouldn't have been." This was AFTER the GITMO shiat that went down, BTW.

Let THAT sink in.
 
2013-07-06 10:53:33 PM

Lsherm: Freak: Didn't something like this just happen with some other cops searching another pair of women by the side of the road? That was all over the news too, you would think these cops might have learned a thing from it.

Yeah, and those two idiots (the cops) were brought up on criminal charges.  The female cop may have to register as a sex offender if she's convicted.  If you watch the video linked in the article, not only did the female cop not change gloves, she fingered their assholes first and THEN checked their vaginas, which is just inexcusable.


I saw nothing about anal penetration. If she really didn't change gloves, that's a serious farking STD risk (most likely aids).
 
2013-07-06 11:04:16 PM

omeganuepsilon: Enemabag Jones: Can a court say that if a police officer wants a bra shaken out, a look below the waistline, or a good look inside a personal orifice, then it has to be done inside controlled facilities.

It cannot be done in the field.  Anyone cop doing this in the field will go to jail and loose their job.

Waistbands, pockets, bras( the wearer shaking it out with our actually revealing anything, imo, is fine), and a general out of garment pat down always need to be done for weaponry in the case of an arrestable offense, in my opinion. (not simple speeding/littering, etc)

Cavity/strip searches can wait until processing at the station.


In basic training, we had some brass or ammo or something go missing. A female drill did a pat down of all of us--including our bras (we had to remove our BDU tops and stand there in our tee shirts)--and was very embarrassed and apologetic about it, especially when she had to feel along the entire bottom of some bras and ask out loud if some of us were wearing underwires. She did not do a cavity search, but it definitely wasn't a picnic with one female drill and half a dozen male drills plus half a dozen male range control standing there watching.

But still, it's not hard to be polite and apologetic and show some class and compassion...which didn't happen in these girls' case. They had the right to tell the cops, "you can wait until there is a lawyer present." As soldiers, we did not have that right, and we were still treated with more dignity (the first sergeant and commander--both men, both Ranger-tab qualified apologized to us back at the company, and stated that it was procedure as set down by the Brigade Commander, and that there hadn't been a choice but to physically pat down all 200 of us) and respect without our Constitutional rights than these girls were with theirs. These cops and their supervisors all need to be fired and they need to be held personally liable for their actions and lose everything they have. This isn't the taxpayers' responsibility--it's those officers' and their agency's.
 
2013-07-06 11:04:40 PM
Not changing gloves...that's got to be some kind of assault with a deadly weapon.  If one ends up with the other one's disease, that should be a lawsuit.
 
2013-07-06 11:08:26 PM

jehovahs witness protection: hotties?


Well, it IS Texas, so maybe he meant heifers, I've seen Mike Rowe give some of them a cavity search on Dirty Jobs.
 
2013-07-06 11:21:39 PM

rewind2846: Texas, you just bought each of these women a new house. Each.

When I told my sis in law (an RN for over 15 years) about the part where the female cop stuck her fingers in these women's hoo-has using the same pair of gloves, her eyes got huge. That is a BIG no no, and can transmit all kinds of disease from yeast infections to chlamydia to genital warts to HPV and HIV/AIDS. She sometimes changes gloves up to three or four times per patient as she examines them.

Texas, you done farked up now.



Something tells me they are getting a LOT more than a new house.
 
2013-07-06 11:23:54 PM

meintx2001: I don't find anything wrong here. The car smelled of marijuana and they found a partial blunt on the floor. Very good probable cause. The search was conducted obscured from other passing motorists.


Probably cause for what?

How much pot might they have been holding in the hooha?

Absolutely an abuse of power.
 
2013-07-06 11:25:23 PM

Gyrfalcon: HempHead: As the article said, a previous case happened last year on the President George Bush Turnpike in Irving Texas.

The female cop was also fired in that case.

Two Irving women who said they were subjected to "humiliating and shamefully embarrassing" body cavity searches by a state trooper are set to receive a $185,000 settlement in a federal civil rights lawsuit.
The two sides made the agreement official in court documents Tuesday, less than a year after Angel
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/irving/headlines/201306 2 5-settlement-reached-in-irving-women-s-suit-claiming-dps-roadside-body -cavity-search.ece

Hm, it's possible I'd take a cavity search for $185K. IF I got the money up front.

And Daniel Craig did my search.


Annnnd... just saw this. WOW. Either Texas is the most corrupt state in the US, or she had an unbelievably shait lawyer.

//or both
///Anything under 7 digits is just an insult.
 
2013-07-06 11:26:21 PM

Aigoo: This isn't the taxpayers' responsibility--it's those officers' and their agency's.


Everything else I agree with, but that quote, if nothing else it's misleading.You were in the service and don't grasp the concept of "freedom is not free"?

In a government of, by, and for the people, the people gave them the responsibility. It is the citizen's duty to police those above them. Our government, to include law enforcement, is not benevolent, not to be trusted or worshipped.  When it fails, and it has, does, and will always, it falls to us to repair it.

Power corrupts.   This is why we have representatives and senators and their like, the ability to protest and campaign for change, and even the ability to revolt, should it come to that.

Our forefathers knew all of that.  They understood the balance of power needed to stave off tyranny.  That is why we have the right to bear arms, and all of the options listed above, and I'm sure more that I cannot think of at the moment.

Yes, if they falter they need to be taken to task.  The only party that can do that is citizens themselves, by voice or by muscle.  They work for us, not the other way around.  They were not meant to be the nanny or father figure that people have allowed them to become.  Society itself has faltered in that regard. It is/was our responsibility, whether we like it or not.  Pretending otherwise is an exercise in rationalizing laziness.
 
2013-07-06 11:33:11 PM

peterthx: [deathandtaxesmag.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com image 640x400]

Wait, are these the girls?!?

/dnrta


I would cavity search the shiat out of those hotties....
 
2013-07-06 11:46:05 PM

elguerodiablo: meintx2001: I don't find anything wrong here. The car smelled of marijuana and they found a partial blunt on the floor. Very good probable cause. The search was conducted obscured from other passing motorists.

 Agreed.  I hope someone fingers your butthole next time you get pulled over.  USA! USA! USA!


i235.photobucket.com

/and for a blunt? Really? Misdemeanor possession is worth violating someone over?
 
2013-07-06 11:54:04 PM

ElLoco: China White Tea: js34603: WTF is wrong with cops like this? You KNOW you are on tape jackasses, why do anything that's going to bite you in the ass later when people see the tape? So farking dumb.

Well, yes.

Smart people generally don't become cops.  Mouth-breathing farktards who would never be trusted with an ounce of authority in any other situation become cops.

I personally know a lot of cops. 100+, at least. While that's a very broad and demeaning statement you made, I find that I can't argue with it. Out of those 100+, of the top of my head I can think of only one (a police chief, if it matters) where I'm certain and maybe 4-ish (one DPS and the rest SO) where I'm kinda sorta sure that they don't fit that description.

They all, of course, think they're among the smartest and most trustworthy people to grace the planet, and all but those noted have the stereotypical 'holier than thou - obey mah authoriteh' attitude when interacting with the non-LEO public.

/shrug

"The world needs ditchdiggers, too."


I know 2 cops well, and one I would describe as quite smart, and the other (former intern) as holy-hell-please-work-for-me smart. Both college educated. Both are respectful, thoughtful, and low-key. Then again, in Northern Virginia we pay our cops pretty well, so we get good candidates vying for jobs. I found the same thing to be true of our firefighters (I knew a lot more of them). Good pay equals good candidates.
 
2013-07-07 12:17:33 AM

jake_lex: I would hope that all of these stories piling up would lead people to call for police being held accountable when they overstep their power, but it'll probably lead to people just saying "This wouldn't have happened to her if she wasn't smoking the wacky 'backy."


Actually, most people in Texas won't care because it happened to one of "those" people.

My roomie and our foster daughter are black. I worry about them all the time because of the police, here in Texas.
 
2013-07-07 12:19:42 AM
This shiat keeps happening, especially in Texas, because absolutely nothing ever happens to pigs who commit crimes.
 
2013-07-07 12:29:55 AM

kortex: Lsherm: Freak: Didn't something like this just happen with some other cops searching another pair of women by the side of the road? That was all over the news too, you would think these cops might have learned a thing from it.

Yeah, and those two idiots (the cops) were brought up on criminal charges.  The female cop may have to register as a sex offender if she's convicted.  If you watch the video linked in the article, not only did the female cop not change gloves, she fingered their assholes first and THEN checked their vaginas, which is just inexcusable.

I saw nothing about anal penetration. If she really didn't change gloves, that's a serious farking STD risk (most likely aids).


Did you watch the video?
 
2013-07-07 12:32:08 AM

MFAWG: To be fair, it turns out that the kid took a shot at the cop in question. That makes it understandable as to why he wouldn't be getting much sympathy around the courthouse.


Perhaps, but the cop should, at the least, no longer be a cop.  There are standards to be met.  Once the kid's in custody the proper forum is the court.

My point remains:  Behavior such as that tends to expand over time.  It's why I say it's more about bad departments - they don't fix/eliminate bad starting cops, who become badder slightly older cops.  Next thing you know they're executing people in the streets.
 
2013-07-07 03:24:11 AM
Of course, we live in a post-racial society where minorities enjoy equal protection under the law and are free from profiling... We even have a blah president which means there couldn't possibly be any discriminatory treatment by government officials.
 
2013-07-07 06:35:34 AM

italie: Gyrfalcon: HempHead: As the article said, a previous case happened last year on the President George Bush Turnpike in Irving Texas.

The female cop was also fired in that case.

Two Irving women who said they were subjected to "humiliating and shamefully embarrassing" body cavity searches by a state trooper are set to receive a $185,000 settlement in a federal civil rights lawsuit.
The two sides made the agreement official in court documents Tuesday, less than a year after Angel
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/irving/headlines/201306 2 5-settlement-reached-in-irving-women-s-suit-claiming-dps-roadside-body -cavity-search.ece

Hm, it's possible I'd take a cavity search for $185K. IF I got the money up front.

And Daniel Craig did my search.

Annnnd... just saw this. WOW. Either Texas is the most corrupt state in the US, or she had an unbelievably shait lawyer.

//or both
///Anything under 7 digits is just an insult.


I hope you meant seven FIGURES. Seven digits would be indescribably painful.
 
2013-07-07 08:43:33 AM

rkiller1: js34603: WTF is wrong with cops like this? You KNOW you are on tape jackasses, why do anything that's going to bite you in the ass later when people see the tape? So farking dumb.

Nail. Head. You hit it.


I've got a better question?  Why would they do that AT ALL?!
The idea that the tape should keep them in check is actually backwards.  It's like saying, "I won't shoplift because of the surveillance cameras", instead of, "I won't shoplift because it's wrong."
 
2013-07-07 09:01:38 AM

TOSViolation: This is why it should be a FEDERAL law that ALL police/SBI/FBI/etc. must be REQUIRED to have a helmetcam/shouldercam/etc. turned on the ENTIRE time they are on duty, being turned off only when they have to go to the restroom.


The cameras should be in their badges - doesn't turn off when in the bathroom because the cops own genetalia is outside the vieweing angle of the badge-cam.  Badge to remain visible at all times, video uploaded to secure offsite location, maintained by civilians.
 
2013-07-07 09:18:07 AM

Gyrfalcon: italie: Gyrfalcon: HempHead: As the article said, a previous case happened last year on the President George Bush Turnpike in Irving Texas.

The female cop was also fired in that case.

Two Irving women who said they were subjected to "humiliating and shamefully embarrassing" body cavity searches by a state trooper are set to receive a $185,000 settlement in a federal civil rights lawsuit.
The two sides made the agreement official in court documents Tuesday, less than a year after Angel
http://www.dallasnews.com/news/community-news/irving/headlines/201306 2 5-settlement-reached-in-irving-women-s-suit-claiming-dps-roadside-body -cavity-search.ece

Hm, it's possible I'd take a cavity search for $185K. IF I got the money up front.

And Daniel Craig did my search.

Annnnd... just saw this. WOW. Either Texas is the most corrupt state in the US, or she had an unbelievably shait lawyer.

//or both
///Anything under 7 digits is just an insult.

I hope you meant seven FIGURES. Seven digits would be indescribably painful.


If this happened to seven figures instead of two, wouldn't this have been a class action suit? I'd expect them to get screwed on the payout in that case...
 
2013-07-07 09:43:52 AM

italie: ///Anything under 7 digits is just an insult.


I don't know if it applies to all settlements or just medical malpractice, but in Texas awards for pain, suffering, and emotional trauma are limited to 250k.
 
2013-07-07 12:56:54 PM

MarkEC: LordJiro: Duke_leto_Atredes: Don't smoke dope what part of illegal do you not get?

So the victim possibly doing drugs justifies sexual assault?

Not that it matters. Either way, the cops involved will not see a minute of jailtime, or lose an hour of pay, and will encourage even  more police to abuse their authority.

You didn't read the article, did you?
"Trooper Bui was fired last week by the DPS. Trooper Turner has been suspended, Booker said."




Good ole Roman decimation is what is needed.
 
2013-07-07 01:00:43 PM

Lsherm: Freak: Didn't something like this just happen with some other cops searching another pair of women by the side of the road? That was all over the news too, you would think these cops might have learned a thing from it.

Yeah, and those two idiots (the cops) were brought up on criminal charges.  The female cop may have to register as a sex offender if she's convicted.  If you watch the video linked in the article, not only did the female cop not change gloves, she fingered their assholes first and THEN checked their vaginas, which is just inexcusable.


wheresthefridge.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-07-07 01:01:57 PM

gja: These cops ARE the problem incarnate. I hope they cause such a problem for their department in the form of money forfeited for damages and suffering it bankrupts them utterly. This kind of crap has to stop. I hope the girls lawyer so destroys them in court as to make the town have to change its name just to shed shame it brings down on them.


I'd be happy if they were forced to eat the used gloves.
 
2013-07-07 01:20:08 PM

js34603: WTF is wrong with cops like this? You KNOW you are on tape jackasses, why do anything that's going to bite you in the ass later when people see the tape? So farking dumb.


That's the really scary part. They obviously are convinced they have that power.
 
2013-07-07 07:17:06 PM

Aigoo: omeganuepsilon: Enemabag Jones: Can a court say that if a police officer wants a bra shaken out, a look below the waistline, or a good look inside a personal orifice, then it has to be done inside controlled facilities.

It cannot be done in the field.  Anyone cop doing this in the field will go to jail and loose their job.

Waistbands, pockets, bras( the wearer shaking it out with our actually revealing anything, imo, is fine), and a general out of garment pat down always need to be done for weaponry in the case of an arrestable offense, in my opinion. (not simple speeding/littering, etc)

Cavity/strip searches can wait until processing at the station.

In basic training, we had some brass or ammo or something go missing. A female drill did a pat down of all of us--including our bras (we had to remove our BDU tops and stand there in our tee shirts)--and was very embarrassed and apologetic about it, especially when she had to feel along the entire bottom of some bras and ask out loud if some of us were wearing underwires. She did not do a cavity search, but it definitely wasn't a picnic with one female drill and half a dozen male drills plus half a dozen male range control standing there watching.

But still, it's not hard to be polite and apologetic and show some class and compassion...which didn't happen in these girls' case. They had the right to tell the cops, "you can wait until there is a lawyer present." As soldiers, we did not have that right, and we were still treated with more dignity (the first sergeant and commander--both men, both Ranger-tab qualified apologized to us back at the company, and stated that it was procedure as set down by the Brigade Commander, and that there hadn't been a choice but to physically pat down all 200 of us) and respect without our Constitutional rights than these girls were with theirs. These cops and their supervisors all need to be fired and they need to be held personally liable for their actions and lose everything they h ...


Well no.  You don't have the right to stop routine police procedure (booking, searches, etc) until you have a lawyer present.  Your right to a lawyer applies to interrogation while in custody.  It would have no bearing on this case, and a request for one wouldn't cause the police to stop their investigation, nor would they be legally required to provide one.

There is a time and a place for a cavity search of a person.  I won't comment on whether it was appropriate in this case to perform a cavity search.  I will say that the PLACE for the cavity search is NOT on the side of the roadway, unless you feel that the person is concealing a weapon or something along those lines.  In that case, an amublance should be summoned to the scene for the purpose of getting the person out of the view of the public and some measure of privacy.

Our jail will do cavity searches, but they're limited to the situation at hand, and must be approved by the jail supervisor on duty.  In those cases, they're performed by the jail nurse on duty, and while video taped, not done in the presence of anyone who doesn't need to be there for the examination or change of custody of the evidence.

I fully support the termination of the officer who performed the roadside cavity search, and quite possibly the other one.  He was speaking and acting completely unprofessionally.
 
2013-07-07 09:11:53 PM

HideAndGoFarkYourself: I fully support the termination of the officer who performed the roadside cavity search, and quite possibly the other one.


F*ck termination. Prosecution.
 
2013-07-07 11:11:41 PM

namegoeshere: HideAndGoFarkYourself: I fully support the termination of the officer who performed the roadside cavity search, and quite possibly the other one.

F*ck termination. Prosecution.


I'd support that, but you'd never get the charges to stick.  You're lacking the "criminal mind" element of the crimes, and as for sex crimes, most every single one requires the offender to be doing it to satisfy their own sexual urges.  There's no way you can argue that with a cavity search on the side of the road.
 
2013-07-07 11:51:08 PM
HideAndGoFarkYourself
namegoeshere: HideAndGoFarkYourself: I fully support the termination of the officer who performed the roadside cavity search, and quite possibly the other one.
F*ck termination. Prosecution.
I'd support that, but you'd never get the charges to stick. You're lacking the "criminal mind" element of the crimes, and as for sex crimes, most every single one requires the offender to be doing it to satisfy their own sexual urges. There's no way you can argue that with a cavity search on the side of the road.


Well I am pretty sure indecent exposure have been applied to people mooning or pissing in a bush. Quite possibly that has at least in some cases got on them on the sex offender index. Last time I checked mooning or urinating wasn't about sex.

And last time I checked rape wasn't about common sexual urges, but about getting off through forcing yourself on other people against their will. I would argue that perfectly defines sexual assault.

Cops love to throw around changes anyway, too often they don't fit whatsoever. Sexual assault actually applies to these yahoos.
 
2013-07-08 12:21:28 AM

HideAndGoFarkYourself: namegoeshere: HideAndGoFarkYourself: I fully support the termination of the officer who performed the roadside cavity search, and quite possibly the other one.

F*ck termination. Prosecution.

I'd support that, but you'd never get the charges to stick.  You're lacking the "criminal mind" element of the crimes, and as for sex crimes, most every single one requires the offender to be doing it to satisfy their own sexual urges.  There's no way you can argue that with a cavity search on the side of the road.


Are you kidding?  Some men can satisfy their sexual urges just by imagining performing a roadside cavity search, much less actually performing one. You're overthinking this big time.
 
2013-07-08 04:21:44 AM
Where are my bikini-clad hotties in this thread?

/haz a disappoint
//she has two points:
///(picture doesn't show sharpness of knees)

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