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Don't clench your ass cheeks at a traffic stop...
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kadar;124832 Wrote:Imagine the procedures he would endure if he was grabbing his junk because he had to pee.

That made me think of this guy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6c_mWPSdPo
There are three types of people in the world:
Those who make things happen,
Those who watch things happen,
And those who wonder what happened.
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Quote:$1.6 million settlement for man forced by cops to have enemas, colonoscopy

(CNN) -- A New Mexico man has settled with local authorities for $1.6 million after claiming police forced him to undergo "multiple digital penetrations and three enemas" on an invalid warrant and without finding any of the ill

David Eckert "feels gratified that the city and county acted quickly, and ... that they recognize his dignity and humanity," his lawyer, Joe Kennedy, said Thursday. "He expects that it won't happen to anyone else ever again."

Hidalgo County, New Mexico, Manager Jose Salazar, the top official in the county involved in the settlement, declined to comment on Thursday. And a CNN call to Deming, New Mexico, police Chief Brandon Gigante was not immediately returned.

Eckert, 54, who sued the county and police departments last year, said that he feels he "got some justice, as I think the settlement shows they were wrong to do what they did to me."

http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/16/justice/ne...ettlement/
It's the "BILL OF RIGHTS" not the bill of "needs"
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...and everyone kept their jobs and pensions. The End.Dodgy
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#54
The news story said he's been using his ass as a pocket for quite sometime. That explains why however the search wasn't conducted in time nor in the right place. That seems to have been the problem that made then pay 1.6 million. It appears that number is probably enough for him to retire on $50k a year until he's about 74 after paying his legal expenses. If however he never did use his ass as a pocket then he shouldn't have settled and he would've gotten a lot more. After getting the tidbit of his habit of stuffing his rear I at least see some justification for the anal search. If it is true the police probably should have mentioned it to the press.
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ExcelToExcel;132284 Wrote:The news story said he's been using his ass as a pocket for quite sometime. That explains why however the search wasn't conducted in time nor in the right place. That seems to have been the problem that made then pay 1.6 million. It appears that number is probably enough for him to retire on $50k a year until he's about 74 after paying his legal expenses. If however he never did use his ass as a pocket then he shouldn't have settled and he would've gotten a lot more. After getting the tidbit of his habit of stuffing his rear I at least see some justification for the anal search. If it is true the police probably should have mentioned it to the press.

assuming the usual 40% to the lawyer that leaves him $960,000

my guess is he'll be broke in less than 5 years
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Update to this story. If you cost the company you worked for $1.6 million would you be retained? For argument's sake we'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume you made a huge honest mistake with no bad intent. IMO the company would still let you go. These cops didn't just make one mistake. They subjected him to multiple anal cavity searches. Why aren't they in the least fired from their jobs?

Quote:Three cops in New Mexico’s infamous anal cavity search case still on job

By Rob Nikolewski / June 2, 2014

New Mexico Watchdog

SANTA FE, N.M. — It’s one of the most shocking and infamous cases to ever come out of New Mexico: A man, falsely suspected of carrying drugs, forced to undergo multiple anal cavity searches.

Now, a year and half after the incident and six months after a settlement of $1.6 million in local taxpayer money was announced, New Mexico Watchdog has learned at least three police officers involved in the case are still on the job, while the status of three others remains a secret.

Deming Police Chief Brandon Gigante told New Mexico Watchdog all three officers in his department who were listed as defendants in a subsequent lawsuit are on active duty. Gigante wouldn’t say why or reveal if the officers were disciplined.

“That is a personnel matter,” Gigante said in a telephone interview.
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