torsdag 27 februari 2014

USA: Polis hittade på egna lagar - misshandlade och fängslade kvinna för videoinspelning

O'Brien, en korrupt snut i Florida, USA, hittade på egna "Kalle Anka-lagar" när han blev videofilmad av en kvinnlig bilist. Kriminelle snuten O'Brien misshandlade och fängslade den videofilmande kvinnan, som fick tillbringa natten i fängelse med hänvisning till snutens påhittade lag, en lag som Kalle Anka skulle ha varit stolt över...

Cop tells woman it's a felony to film him, jails her

Publicerad den 25 feb 2014
"I know the law better than you do," is what Deputy O'Brien recently told Brandy Burning in Broward County, Florida, as he tried to convince her it was a felony to record him while on duty. It wasn't, and she knew it, but he still roughed her up and threw her in jail for a night.

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USA: Polis hittade på egna lagar - misshandlade och fängslade kvinna för videoinspelning

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  1. --Women cadets secretly filmed in shower at West Point--

    RT: May 23, 2013

    A US military sergeant first class has been accused of secretly photographing and filming at least 12 female cadets at West Point, in some instances while they were naked in the bathroom or shower.

    The case serves as further embarrassment for the Pentagon at a time when the department is already under scrutiny for the large number of cases involving sexual harassment and assaults in the military.

    Sgt. 1st Class Michael McClendon is facing numerous charges for allegedly gathering inappropriate photos and videos of women at the US Military Academy at West Point -- charges which were discovered by the New York Times but not officially announced by the US Army. The paper says it “learned of the inquiry from several current and former members of the West Point community who said they were alarmed by the allegations and wanted to learn of the academy’s plans to investigate and prevent future violations.”

    The Army has contacted the female cadets whose privacy may have been violated and is offering them counseling.

    McClendon has been accused of dereliction of duty, entering a women’s bathroom without notice, mistreatment, and taking and possessing inappropriate photos and videos of naked women. His charges violate four articles of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, the Associated Press reports.

    The sergeant first class has served in the Army since 1990 and was deployed to Iraq from 2004 to 2005 and 2007 to 2009. He was awarded a Bronze Star for his service.
    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is slated to deliver West Point’s commencement address on Saturday, and Pentagon officials told the New York Times that he is “concerned and disturbed” about the allegations against McClendon, which were filed on May 14.[...]



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