So, what does it take to justify these type of invasive searches? This article brings much needed insight to the awful treatment of the…Read More

Was the Dog-Authorized Exploration of David Eckert's Guts Legal?

Reason.com
How is it possible that a motorist pulled over for a rolling stop could end up being forcibly subjected to two X-rays, two digital probes of his anus, three enemas, and a colonoscopy, none of which discovered the slightest trace of the drugs that police claim to have thought he was hiding inside himself? That is the question raised by a federal…Read More

David Eckert was a victim of rape at the hands of the police! Their "search" was a violation of human rights and human dignity, and to then send Eckert a BILL for "services"?!?! This is appalling!!

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THAT WAS VERY WRONG, WHY WOULD THEY GO SO FAR TO FIND NARCOTICS IN SOMEONES BODY ANYWAY. ONCE IT'S IN_ YOU HAVE NO OTHER REASON OF SEARCH AGAINST THE("SO CALLED") SUSPECT.YOU DID'NT FIND ANY PHYSICAL EVIDENCE SO THE "TRAFFIC STOP" SHOULD HAVE BEEN OVER, AND THEN YOU PERFORM A NUMBER OF SEARCHES ON…Read More

I am a Registered Nurse, at least one of these procedures requires sedation & can have unexpected & devastating results, like a perforated colon, hemorrhage, etc and could result in multiple surgical procedures. This is a gross violation of authority. And then to bill the patient ...…Read More

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