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Marele licurici

Mesaj necititde skipper » Mie Noi 06, 2013 10:39 pm

Inauguram astazi o rubrica in contraponderea celei cu Maica Rusie: depre Maicutza America si ispravile ei! Urmeaza China???

Incepem in mare forta cu un om care mergea cu masina si nenea militienii l-au oprit si l-au cautat in cur vreme de 14 ore! Ehhh?

Innocent man given forcible 14-hour anal cavity search, X-rays, colonoscopy after rolling through a stop sign

DEMING, NM — A man has filed a lawsuit stating that a traffic stop led to a series of forced medical procedures when a police officer thought he was clenching his butt cheeks. His lawsuit says that without his consent, he was taken to a medical facility and where he was forcibly X-rayed multiple times, sedated, given several enemas, required to give multiple stool samples, subjected to fingers penetrating his anus during multiple cavity searches, followed by an actual colonoscopy where cameras probed his intestines for drugs. The startling 14-hour ordeal failed to find any contraband inside his body.

The incident happened on January 2, 2013, when David Eckert says he had just wrapped up shopping at a Wal-Mart store in Deming. As he pulled out of the parking lot, his vehicle allegedly did not stop completely at the posted stop sign. Deming police promptly stopped his car and began fishing for charges that they could apply to him.

While stopped, Eckert was required to exit the vehicle by police officers intent on searching his car. Police claimed that a dog told them that Eckert’s seat smelled like narcotics and claimed that his butt cheeks appeared to be clenched.

Eager to get an arrest, police conspired to search Eckert’s anus for contraband. They took him into custody and got a judge to stamp out a search warrant for Eckert’s intestines.

Police were turned away at a Deming emergency room, after a doctor told him that the search was “unethical.” But that jarring statement wouldn’t be enough to sway police officers from seeking another place to violate Eckert’s body in the name of prohibition.

Medical professionals at the Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City were more than happy to comply with the police in their hunt for drugs. After a few hours, Eckert was admitted to the hospital and a grueling series of examinations began.

According to medical records and the lawsuit examined by KOB4 Eyewitness News, the Eckert’s captors performed the following procedures on him:

-Doctors X-rayed Eckert’s abdominal area.
-Doctors performed a finger penetration exam of Eckert’s anus.
-Doctors performed a finger penetration exam of Eckert’s anus for a second time.
-Doctors penetrated Eckert’s anus to insert an enema. Eckert was forced to defecate in front of doctors and police officers. Eckert watched as doctors searched his stool.
-Doctors penetrated Eckert’s anus to insert an enema a second time. Eckert was forced to defecate in front of doctors and police officers. Eckert watched as doctors searched his stool.
-Doctors penetrated Eckert’s anus to insert an enema a third time. Eckert was forced to defecate in front of doctors and police officers. Eckert watched as doctors searched his stool.
-Doctors then X-rayed Eckert again.
-Doctors prepared Eckert for surgery, sedated him, and then performed a colonoscopy where a scope with a camera was inserted into Eckert’s anus, rectum, colon, and large intestines.

At no point was any evidence of narcotics found. The humiliating procedures took 14 hours, according to KTVU.

“It’s a nightmare, its unfathomable. You could never anticipate this happening in the United States of America,” said Shannon Kennedy, the victim’s lawyer, adding that in 18 years of practicing civil rights law, “this may be the most egregious case I have ever seen with law enforcement abuse.”

“This is like something out of a science fiction film, anal probing by government officials and public employees,” said Kennedy.

America’s Drug War practices may sound like science fiction but it is indeed a disturbing reality that citizens can be raped by the state — figuratively or literally — in the name of finding drugs. Unfortunately things have sunk that far.

The DOJ’s own definition makes this a very clear case of rape. But somehow a piece of paper signed by a judge makes it a “legal” and acceptable practice.

Rape is: “The penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim.” – U.S. Department of Justice

Any protesting or resisting on the part of the victim could have resulted in the use of violence on him and punishing legal charges. Eckert was forced to endure more than half a day of demented torture because of a suspected victimless crime.

According to Kennedy, the search warrant had multiple problems that may prove favorable to her client’s case. Not only was the search warrant overly broad and lacking in probable cause, but it was also only valid in Luna County, where Deming is located and Eckert was arrested. The hospital where his anal probe took place is in the town of Gila, located in neighboring Hidalgo County.

Additionally, the search warrant expired at 10 p.m., while doctors didn’t even begin prepping Eckert for the colonoscopy until 1:00 a.m. the following morning.

“What is so strange about this case is they held him with no evidence,” Kennedy said. “They seized him to collect evidence, to go on a fishing expedition on someone’s body.”

The police K-9 that signaled on Eckert’s car, named Leo, gives wrong signals “pretty often,” reported KOB4 Eyewitness News. The dog wasn’t even certified in the state of New Mexico, and his certification had been expired since April 2011 — well past the annual re-certification requirement.

It would seem that the faulty use of the search warrant, the use of an unqualified dog, and the egregiousness of the cavity search would have led to some disciplinary action within the police department. How were the conspirators disciplined? Rather than getting fired and arrested, Detective Sergeant Bobby Orosco was promoted to patrol captain following the incident.

The doctors’ compliance to these disturbing orders reflects the outcome of the Milgram experiment, in which unwitting research participants were able to be convinced by a figure of authority to participate in a staged electrocution of an innocent person. As Stanley Milgram demonstrated in 1961, the vast majority of people can be led to commit atrocities if the “authorities” compel it. Even respected and educated members of the community will violate a person for hours, if a man with a badge tells them its OK.

After hosting the medical rape session, the Gila Regional Medical Center billed Eckert for the trouble and is threatening to take him to collections if he doesn’t pay.

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Re: Marele licurici

Mesaj necititde Pelicanul » Joi Noi 07, 2013 8:25 am

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Re: Marele licurici

Mesaj necititde skipper » Joi Feb 06, 2014 9:54 pm

Va aduceti aminte de aia care faceau inconjurul lumii si se plangeau ca nu toate insulele au CcDonalds?
Am mai dat de inca una: 35 Things You Appreciate About America After Living in Europe.

1. Convenience Stores
It is nearly impossible to get toiletries, snacks, and ibuprofen at the same place in Europe.
2. Diet Soda
Though you can easily find a lukewarm Coca Light in most food establishments, any other diet drinks are basically unheard of overseas.
3. Ice
Why is a glass of room-temperature water OK over there?
4. Iced Coffee
Naturally, life sans ice means life sans iced coffee. Leisurely sipping on a cold coffee drink isn’t really a thing in Europe. It’s all about the espresso shots.
5. Online Streaming
The lack of a Netflix/Hulu-type situation in many European countries is unreal. How are you supposed to keep up with your shows?!
6. Driving a Car
As practical and useful as public transportation is, sometimes you just want to roll your windows down and jam out on your way to work in the morning, in the privacy of your own vehicle.
7. Froyo
Sure, they’ve got gelato, and they are all about Magnum ice cream bars over there, but every once in a while, you craving some low-fat frozen yogurt.
8. Electrical Outlets
Oh, the luxury of blow-drying your hair without an adaptor, converter, and fear of blowing a fuse.
9. Outlet Shopping
Little European boutiques are great, but so are sales and a wide variety of sizes.
10. 24-Hour Drive-Thru
What do Europeans do if they get hungry after 9 p.m.?
11. Wi-Fi and/or 3G
Using 3G overseas is crazy expensive, and Wi-Fi can be scarce.
12. Free Bathrooms
Public bathrooms in Europe are sporadic at best, not to mention rarely free of charge.
13. Peanut Butter
Europe, we thank you for the wonder that is Nutella, but what about a little PB and J action every once in a while?
14. Solo Cups
You might think you know how much you appreciate Solo cups now, but wait until you spend a few months overseas. Solo cups are a novelty in Europe.
15. Personal Space
When a French man tries to kiss you upon introduction, you’re like…
16. Law & Order: SVU Marathons
Admit it, the opening narration is like music to your ears. “In the criminal justice system, sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous…”
17. No Smoking Zones
Especially when indoors, it’s nice to dine without a cloud of cigarette smoke above your head.
18. The Abundance of Sushi
And of all Asian food, for that matter.
19. Football
From body paint and tailgating to cheerleaders and halftime shows, Europeans miss out on American football and its culture.
20. American Candy Brands
We thank Europe for Lindt, Kinder Bueno, and a wide array of truffles, but what about some Reese’s Pieces?
21. State-to-State Cell Phone Coverage
Even if you buy a European cell phone, it probably won’t work from country to country.
22. Swim Trunks
You thought the Speedo was funny at first, but it’s just not your style.
23. Free Refills
Especially on water, free refills are common in American food establishments but rarely found in European restaurants.
24. American Holidays
The 4th of July and Thanksgiving, for example.
25. Ketchup
The majority of Europeans seem to prefer mayonnaise, even on French fries.
26. Household Appliances
Such as dishwashers and dryers.
27. Separate Checks at Restaurants
Waiters there expect you to divide it up yourselves.
28. Pancakes
From crepes to frixuelos to palacinky, pancakes just aren’t the same abroad.
29. Air-Conditioning
Enough said.
30. Drinking Fountains
They’re probably unsanitary anyway, but walking everywhere sure can make you thirsty, and water fountains are rare in Europe, even in museums and monuments.
31. Food Delivery
They never order pizza in Europe! At least you don’t have to tip the delivery guy.
32. Screened Windows
In Europe, when you open your window to let in a nice breeze, you accept that you are letting in whatever else might be out there, bugs and birds included.
33. Store Hours
Stores close early, and most don’t open at all on Sundays.
34. Bagels
Just another example of the deviations of breakfast foods.
35. The USD
It all comes back to the dollar, dollar bill, y’all. The USD/EUR exchange rate is not in our favor. And all that loose change gets heavy! There are eight different euro coins currently in circulation, as opposed to the four we use in the United States (five, if you include the half-dollar)
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Mesaj necititde skipper » Joi Feb 13, 2014 12:23 am

No ase: au confiscat pistolul unei papusi cow-boy!
E gun? Este! Deci se confisca!
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TSA Seizes Sock Monkey’s Toy Gun

TSA agents in St. Louis, Missouri, disarmed Rooster Monkburn, a cowboy sock money, of his two-inch toy gun after a woman brought the stuffed monkey through security. Agents said that it posed a threat because it could be confused for a real gun, according to local reports.

“[The agent] said ‘this is a gun,’” said Phyllis May, recounting the experience to fly back to her home in Washington state. “I said no, it’s not a gun it’s a prop for my monkey.”

May, who has a small business selling sock monkeys, was also questioned for bringing the sewing supplies she uses to make the stuffed animals in her carry-on bag. TSA agents told her they would have to confiscate the miniature firearm and call the police, although Washington’s KING-TV reports that the TSA never did call the authorities. May’s sewing supplies were ultimately returned to her.

“Rooster Monkburn has been disarmed so I’m sure everyone on the plane was safe,” May quipped. “I understand [the TSA agent] was doing her job but at some point doesn’t common sense prevail?”

May had named the disarmed monkey Rooster Monkburn after Rooster Cogburn, John Wayne’s character in the film True Grit.
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Mesaj necititde skipper » Mie Apr 09, 2014 10:08 pm

Lord and lady, luau ajutor social in vreme ce stateau in Caraibe pe iahtul de 1 Milion de dolari. Acum puțin la pârnăiță!

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota couple who allegedly received more than $167,000 worth of public assistance from Minnesota while living in Florida on a $1.2 million yacht have been arrested.

The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office said that Colin Chisholm III and Andrea Chisholm were deported from the Bahamas on Monday and arrested that night when they landed near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The Chisholms’ son and dog were then turned over to other family members.

They are currently being held in Florida. They are expected to appear in extradition court on Wednesday to say whether they will return to Minnesota willingly or wish to fight extradition.

The Chisholms are charged with a one count of wrongfully obtaining public assistance more than $35,000, a felony charge.

“These rich folks ripped off the system,” said Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman when he announced the arrest warrant on March 21.

Related: Neighbor Of Yacht Couple Calls Charges Against Them ‘Very Unsettling’

According to investigators working on the case, Colin Chisholm referred to himself in business dealings as Lord Colin Chisholm, III and his wife as Lady Chisholm.

“I can assure you that this office will do every darn thing we can do to make sure these people do hard time,” Freeman added.

According to the county attorney’s office, between Jan. 1, 2005, and May 31, 2012, Colin Chisholm, 62, and Andrea Chisholm, 54, received the public assistance illegally from several government programs designed to help the poor.

According to the criminal complaints, over the years, the Chisholms received medical assistance, welfare payments and food stamp benefits. They also lied about where they were living, who they were living with and their source of income on more than a dozen forms they filled out for the state of Minnesota and Hennepin County in order to get the assistance.

When they first applied for welfare benefits, the couple listed their residence as Andrea’s mother’s home in Minneapolis, when they really owned a luxury home in Deephaven. However, shortly after getting approved for benefits, they moved to Florida. They remained in that state for at least 28 months, first on their $1.2 million yacht, and then moving to a house, officials said. They collected welfare from Florida, as well as Minnesota during that time, which people are prohibited from receiving simultaneously.

“I’ve never ridden on a yacht that nice, and I bet most of us haven’t, but they were living on it while they were collecting public assistance,” Freeman said. “[Colin Chisholm] created all sorts of false companies, claimed he was a Scottish heir. It’s outrageous.”

Prosecutors will ask that the judge be allowed to impose a longer sentence than the Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines call for because the Chisholms committed a major economic offense.
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