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Old 09-01-2017, 11:10 AM
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Disturbing...

http://nypost.com/2017/09/01/nurse-a...cious-patient/
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Old 09-01-2017, 11:23 AM
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Bring ya checkbook.....
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Old 09-01-2017, 11:26 AM
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Disturbing indeed.
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I don't understand how any adult, let alone a LEO, could be so uninformed.
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Yep. Disturbing that one lunatic detective would seek to alienate the E.R. staff at the local hospital . . . the same people tasked with saving lives of those involved in car wrecks, gunshot wounds, lacerations, and all manner of accident. Kinda like the possible injuries one might sustain if one's career were in law enforcement.

That detective is a pestilence. I'd love to hear the list of misdemeanors and/or felonies he was going to charge the nurse with in his arrest report.
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If that was my wife she would be retired living the dream after the lawsuit.
I would be in jail for killing a cop.
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If that was my wife she would be retired living the dream after the lawsuit.
I would be in jail for killing a cop.
That was my first though as well. What self respecting man would stand around without hitting that guy in the mouth. The other cops should have done the same.
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Guess he showed her. Now her lawyer will show him and his department.
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99% of the "male population" in this country would do absolutely nothing!
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I wonder what would happen, legally, if someone did physically intervene on her behalf? Is it still assault of a police officer if the assault is to stop the officer from committing a violent crime?
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This cop / investigator lost his cool in a situation that was controlled and calm.
Wonder how he handles tense situations?
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Makes my blood boil!!!
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Originally Posted by Tread_Head57 View Post
I wonder what would happen, legally, if someone did physically intervene on her behalf? Is it still assault of a police officer if the assault is to stop the officer from committing a violent crime?
That wouldn't end well...noticed how the other cops just let him get away with it.

The right thing to do is lawyer up and get the wife back to work. Working in a hospital she'll have access to all kinds of bio hazards that can be used to affect justice.

Yes, I'm a little devious.
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I didn't watch the video

Can anyone explain the background of what's going on...I think it goes like this

The patient was unconcious and the cops wanted a blood sample for like a DUI case?
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Bring ya checkbook.....
With two checks. I think I saw a little booby grab when he was belting her in.

Seriously, WTF was that? Does Salt Lake City police recruit from the Hitler Youth?
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Guess he showed her. Now her lawyer will show him and his department.
The tax payers will get it in the end.
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Originally Posted by Tread_Head57 View Post
I wonder what would happen, legally, if someone did physically intervene on her behalf? Is it still assault of a police officer if the assault is to stop the officer from committing a violent crime?
He would be hauled off, bruised and bloodied, to jail
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Originally Posted by Fordy View Post
I didn't watch the video

Can anyone explain the background of what's going on...I think it goes like this

The patient was unconcious and the cops wanted a blood sample for like a DUI case?
Cops were chasing bad guy, bad guy ran into truck driver during chase.
Bad guy dies, truck driver is badly injured.
Cops want blood sample from injured driver.... you can draw your own conclusion as to why.
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He used his badge when he didn't get what he wanted and that has consequences. $$$$ He's not getting off by going to counseling either.
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Nothing but a punk.
Unfortunately the worst that will happen to him is he will lose his job, with a full pension.
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