• SD-Cops now forcibly using catheters to test for drugs, including on 3 y/o

    Hooded, Handcuffed, ‘Violated’: Cops Force Catheterize 3yo Boy, Man for Drug Urinalysis

    By Matt Agorist
    April 8, 2017

    Pierre, SD — In all the years the Free Thought Project has been reporting on police misconduct and government corruption, we’ve seen some vile, horrific, and nightmarish acts committed by those sworn to protect. However, a recent case getting exposed by the ACLU of South Dakota may be one of the most insanely cruel and horrifying acts committed by police in the name of the drug war — and they’re doing it to children too.

    To find out if a person has traces of an arbitrary substance deemed illegal by the state, cops are torturing adults and children alike.

    Dirk Sparks recalls that horrid night that it happened to him. “It was degrading,” Sparks said. “I was angry. I felt like my civil rights were being violated.”

    The nightmare began when police responded to an incident, in which Sparks had done nothing wrong, at his home. However, one officer said he saw Sparks being “fidgety,” so police claimed the right to test his urine.

    Because Sparks refused to pee in a cup for cops, they arrested him and brought him to the hospital.

    “I didn’t actually think they were going to go through with it,” Sparks said of the event which left him in pain for weeks and an emotional toll which is still there today. “Even when we went to the hospital, I thought it was a threat.”

    But cops followed through with their threat.

    ...

    But it’s not just adults these sadistic cops torture either — it’s their children.

    Kristen Hunter’s boyfriend was on probation when he failed a routine urinalysis. So, multiple cops showed up at her house, along with a Department of Social Services employee and demanded her and her kids produce urine to see if they too had drugs in their system. Hunter’s children were 3 and 5-years-old at the time.

    Police told Hunter that if her kids couldn’t pee on demand that they would be taken from her. Luckily, Hunter and her 5-year-old daughter were able to produce a sample. However, the young boy, who wasn’t potty trained yet, was unable to go.

    Police and social workers then held down the child and sexually assaulted him via forced catheterization.

    “They just shoved it right up there, and he screamed so bad,” Hunter said.

    Because these sadistic cops and social worker were apparently filthy at the time, the poor young toddler contracted a staph infection from the process. “He’s still dealing with a staph infection, and we are still giving him medication,” said Hunter.
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    Comments 36 Comments
    1. timosman's Avatar
      timosman -
      These are just fringes of society. We have nothing to worry about.......... Do we?!
    1. tod evans's Avatar
      tod evans -
      Motherfuckers!
    1. Anti Federalist's Avatar
      Anti Federalist -
      Did this get moved, or did I $#@! up and not put it in the right forum?
    1. Occam's Banana's Avatar
      Occam's Banana -
      Every one of these cases is justified ...

      Sparks pleaded no contest to possession of marijuana and ingestion of a controlled substance and was released from jail on time served with a suspended sentence.
      The man is a criminal.

      If you haven't done anything wrong, then you don't have anything to worry about.

      Police told Hunter that if her kids couldn’t pee on demand that they would be taken from her. Luckily, Hunter and her 5-year-old daughter were able to produce a sample. However, the young boy, who wasn’t potty trained yet, was unable to go.
      Hunter’s 3-year old son did this to himself.

      These things wouldn't happen if people would just comply when cops tell them to do something.

      The next day, cops came back with a warrant for Riis’ urine. By this time, however, Riis said he was ready to just get it over with and pee in a cup. But cops didn’t care, they told him it was now too late and apparently wanted to torture him to get his urine out.
      NOT INTENTIONALLY MALEVOLENT. Just doing their jobs.

      Even assuming there's something wrong with this, we just need some better training programs for cops.
    1. Anti Federalist's Avatar
      Anti Federalist -
      Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
      NOT INTENTIONALLY MALEVOLENT
      You know, it's been so long now I've forgotten...who was the idjit who said that...nope, just came to me...

      Teh Collinz
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
      TheTexan -
      Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
      What's the problem here? Every one of these cases is justified ...



      The man is a criminal.

      If you haven't done anything wrong, you don't have anything to worry about.



      Hunter’s 3-year old son did this to himself.

      These things wouldn't happen if people would just comply when cops tell them to do something.



      NOT INTENTIONALLY MALEVOLENT
      Exactly. These aren't innocent people we're talking about. They're hardcore criminals: drug users.
    1. Origanalist's Avatar
      Origanalist -
      We are now a cowed and subservient people in this country, where do we go from here? A one child policy? Euthanasia of the elderly and infirm? The possibilities are endless if you're a sadistic statist bureaucrat or one of their enforcers. I feel like puking but I'll just pour another drink.
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
      TheTexan -
      Quote Originally Posted by Origanalist View Post
      We are now a cowed and subservient people in this country, where do we go from here? A one child policy? Euthanasia of the elderly and infirm? The possibilities are endless if you're a sadistic statist bureaucrat or one of their enforcers. I feel like puking but I'll just pour another drink.
      It's not that big of a deal. It's just a catheter, forcefully inserted.

      It's not like they're raping you or anything.
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
      TheTexan -
      In any case, if you don't like it, you can vote in the next election to try to change it.

      Or you can protest in the designated area.

      Your choice.
    1. twomp's Avatar
      twomp -
      i think 3 year old kids shouldn't be doing drugs.
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
      TheTexan -
      Quote Originally Posted by twomp View Post
      i think 3 year old kids shouldn't be doing drugs.
      No kidding. It's important to identify at-risk 3-year-olds early.

      If this policy prevents even one 3-year-old from becoming a heroin addict living on the streets sucking dick for money, its worth it.
    1. twomp's Avatar
      twomp -
      Quote Originally Posted by TheTexan View Post
      No kidding. It's important to identify at-risk 3-year-olds early.

      If this policy prevents even one 3-year-old from becoming a heroin addict living on the streets sucking dick for money, its worth it.
      Sadly, this policy does nothing to address the prescription drug epidemic currently afflicting our nation's toddlers.
    1. Occam's Banana's Avatar
      Occam's Banana -
      Quote Originally Posted by twomp View Post
      Sadly, this policy does nothing to address the prescription drug epidemic currently afflicting our nation's toddlers.
      Doctors have permission from the government to prescribe drugs made by pharmaceutical companies.

      That means it's okay, so don't waste your time worrying about it.
    1. AZJoe's Avatar
      AZJoe -
    1. specsaregood's Avatar
      specsaregood -
      This is some sick $#@!.
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
      TheTexan -
      Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
      Doctors have permission from the government to prescribe drugs made by pharmaceutical companies.
      Within DEA limits. We wouldn't want doctors going around prescribing pain meds to just everyone that the doctor thinks needs it.

      There's gotta be rules.
    1. TheTexan's Avatar
      TheTexan -
      Quote Originally Posted by specsaregood View Post
      This is some sick $#@!.
      I know, it's pretty $#@!ed up. That a 3-year-old, would refuse to provide a urine sample?

      I'm sure the Officer didn't want to have to put a catheter in that 3-year-old's penis, but unfortunately, the child gave him no choice.
    1. Suzanimal's Avatar
      Suzanimal -
      What kind of sick $#@! could do that to someone?

      Heroes? SMDH.
    1. jmdrake's Avatar
      jmdrake -
      Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
      Hooded, Handcuffed, ‘Violated’: Cops Force Catheterize 3yo Boy, Man for Drug Urinalysis

      http://thefreethoughtproject.com/for...-man-violated/

      Pierre, SD — In all the years the Free Thought Project has been reporting on police misconduct and government corruption, we’ve seen some vile, horrific, and nightmarish acts committed by those sworn to protect. However, a recent case getting exposed by the ACLU of South Dakota may be one of the most insanely cruel and horrifying acts committed by police in the name of the drug war — and they’re doing it to children too.
      See? Sometimes the ACLU is actually useful.
    1. Dr.3D's Avatar
      Dr.3D -
      Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
      Hunter’s 3-year old son did this to himself.
      I'll bet the next time he is told to pee, and a catheter is waved in front of his face, he will be able to do so. /s


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