“…Like She was Raped without Penetration” (Updated)

(upheaval and horror here… – promoted by pfiore8)

The woman who was forcibly strip searched and thrown naked into a cell wanted this to be shown in order to prevent it from ever happening to anyone again. I am assuming that part of the justification for wanting it to be shown is to ask difficult questions; so, I’m thinking of the questions she might want asked as I watch this horrific violation of her rights again. I’m not looking forward to watching this again. In fact, I dread it.


The story may be hard to watch, but the victim and her husband want me to show you what happened – in hopes that you and those you love will never experience a night like this.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v…

[Update]:

Thanks webranding at Kos for a direct link to this story:

http://www.wkyc.com/news/news_…


She said she felt like she was raped without penetration.

Is this spillover from the Patriot Act? I came across a story where a woman was strip searched at an airport and wrote about it in Music Censorship: An Overview. I’m grasping at straws a little here, but trying to find the legal foundation for this atrocious behavior in this post 9 – 11 world.


Music Censorship: An Overview

What’s the difference between an “unpatriotic” poster and an “unpatriotic” song to the censors? Next, she might be strip-searched in full public view the next time she tried to fly, hypothetically speaking.

To view my justification for my “possible scenario”:

My questions about this continue.

How could this happen to someone who calls 911 for help?

Is accidentally giving the drivers license of one’s deceased sister an automatic cause of suspicion?

Why was she asked “Do you have any weapons or sharp objects?” And, why was she asked, “Have you ever thought of harming yourself?”

Why did the deputies assault her when she said “Now or ever?”

Why in the hell were men in the room forcibly removing her clothes?


She said she wrapped herself in toilet paper to keep warm and to prevent anyone else from seeing her nude. She also said she was denied access to a phone and medical assistance for injuries that included a cracked tooth, a bulging disk, and bruises.

The charges were “disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.”

Well, as Marcellus said,


Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

Let’s focus on the following questions, remembering that she had accidentally given her deceased sister’s license and begged to have it given back after making a 911 call for help: Why was she asked “Do you have any weapons or sharp objects?” And, why was she asked, “Have you ever thought of harming yourself?” Why did the deputies assault her when she said “Now or ever?”

Her saying “Now or ever?” to “Have you ever thought of harming yourself?”  triggered something I think; that was the point of transition.  Perhaps it was a sort of complex question(s) and her answer was taken as the answer to the first question, “Do you have any weapons or sharp objects?”

“Do you have any weapons or sharp objects?”  strikes me as an entrapping question. For example, every household contains kitchen knives; so, anyone could say “Yes” to that question. The question should be, “Do you have any weapons and
sharp objects that you intend to use as weapons?” That, any innocent person could answer with an affirmative “No.” Of course, that would make it more difficult to strip search an innocent woman and throw her unapologetically into a jail cell for all to see, wouldn’t it?

All I can think of to end this, is that if the path to hell is paved with good intentions, how much quicker that path to hell is being trodden after our elected leaders have encouraged torture.

Source

And evidence is mounting that they were. According to the Washington Post, since 2002 leading Democrats lawmakers received “about 30 private CIA briefings, some of which included descriptions of waterboarding, overseas rendition sites, “and other harsh interrogation methods.” Officials present at some of the meetings, told the Post that the reaction from legislators “was not just approval, but encouragement.”

See you in Gitmo.

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  1. this makes me much, much sicker.

    • pfiore8 on February 20, 2008 at 2:51 am

    the ranks of police

    if i was a betting woman, that’s where i’d put my money

    • pfiore8 on February 20, 2008 at 2:54 am

    see if this couple would go around the country and get people riled up and demanding answers

    fuck winter rabbit. i hate this. it makes me want to fight. literally. say okay. that’s enough. boston tea party time.

  2. Police Brutality or Slip and Fall?

    Fired Officer Says Women Fell, but She Says He Beat Her When Camera Was Off

    ABC News Video

    What The Hell Is going On????????

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