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    2 NY Cops Arrested For Raping Handcuffed Female Suspect

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wo...-a8024541.html

    Two New York police officers have been charged with allegedly raping a handcuffed teenage girl in their van.

    Officers Eddie Martins and Richard Halls are accused of having sex with the 18-year-old after arresting her in south Brooklyn.

    Both men have been indicted on first-degree rape charges after a week-long hearing which culminated with a grand jury vote on Friday, The New York Post reported.

    According to sources, the narcotics officers will turn themselves in next week for arraignment in Brooklyn Supreme Court.

    If convicted they face 25 years in jail.

    The alleged incident occurred on September 15 after the victim was arrested for possession of marijuana, which is legal in New York City when used for medicinal purposes.

    The two policemen are alleged to have driven the woman to a restaurant chain parking lot in Coney Island where she was forced to perform oral sex on both men and raped by Martins.
    If she didn't smoke pot, these things wouldn't happen. #AmIRite?
    * Enforce Border Security – America should be guarding her own borders and enforcing her own laws instead of policing the world and implementing UN mandates.

    * No Amnesty - The Obama Administration’s endorsement of so-called “Comprehensive Immigration Reform,” granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, will only encourage more law-breaking.

    * Abolish the Welfare State – Taxpayers cannot continue to pay the high costs to sustain this powerful incentive for illegal immigration. As Milton Friedman famously said, you can’t have open borders and a welfare state.

    * End Birthright Citizenship – As long as illegal immigrants know their children born here will be granted U.S. citizenship, we’ll never be able to control our immigration problem.




    Reprinted from http://www.ronpaul2012.com/the-issues/immigration/ [Nov. 29, 2011]



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    In New York City, two police officers have quit the New York Police Department after they were charged with rape, kidnapping and official misconduct. Prosecutors say former NYPD detectives Edward Martins and Richard Hall arrested an 18-year-old woman after stopping her car and finding a small amount of marijuana and a few anti-anxiety pills in her purse.

    The plainclothes officers handcuffed her and put her in the back of the police van. Prosecutors say Officer Martins then sat down in the backseat next to her, tightened her handcuffs, forced the teenager to give him oral sex and then pulled her pants off and raped her while she cried and begged him to stop. Prosecutors say Detective Hall watched his partner rape the teenager, then switched places with him and also forced her to perform oral sex on him.

    Prosecutors say the officers then drove the teenager back to Coney Island, forced her to take one of her anti-anxiety pills, instructed her to “keep her mouth shut” and left her on the side of the road near a police precinct. Testing shows the DNA of both officers was found on the teenager. The former police officers are claiming the acts were consensual as their defense.
    https://www.democracynow.org/2017/11...g_of_teen_girl

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    Consensual? The laws should not allow government thugs to claim "consensual." Best case here is that she agreed to all this in order to avoid arrest, which is hardly consensual.
    * Enforce Border Security – America should be guarding her own borders and enforcing her own laws instead of policing the world and implementing UN mandates.

    * No Amnesty - The Obama Administration’s endorsement of so-called “Comprehensive Immigration Reform,” granting amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants, will only encourage more law-breaking.

    * Abolish the Welfare State – Taxpayers cannot continue to pay the high costs to sustain this powerful incentive for illegal immigration. As Milton Friedman famously said, you can’t have open borders and a welfare state.

    * End Birthright Citizenship – As long as illegal immigrants know their children born here will be granted U.S. citizenship, we’ll never be able to control our immigration problem.




    Reprinted from http://www.ronpaul2012.com/the-issues/immigration/ [Nov. 29, 2011]

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    “Hero” Says “Suspicion is a Misdemeanor”

    https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2017...n-misdemeanor/

    By eric - November 7, 20178454

    Here’s a video taken of another “hero” law enforcer who makes up “the law” on the spot!

    A guy is filming the publicly visible exterior of a police station from a public sidewalk – which is (for the moment) abundantly legal – when he is approached by two confrontational “heroes” who – of course – demand his ID, Soviet-style.

    Not because the man is committing a crime – but because he is challenging the authority of the “heroes.” It is time, therefore, for a Dominance Display.

    The fact that this sort of thing is has become routine in the United States says a lot about the state of the United States, which is no longer even plausibly a “free” country. It is a country in which lawless law enforcers do as they please – insolently – because they are confident that there will be no meaningful repercussions, no matter what they do.

    The guy taking the video politely asks what crime he’s committed, or is suspected of committing. This used to be the probable cause standard for detaining a person; that is, armed government workers were once-upon-a-time legally required to have a specific reason for suspecting a criminal act had been committed or was about to be committed before they could lawfully prevent a citizen from peaceably going about his business.

    It is no longer required.

    Technically, perhaps – but that is as irrelevant as the Fourth Amendment’s defunct guarantee that we are to be left unmolested absent probable cause and the Fifth Amendment’s similarly defunct injunction that we are not to be made to provide evidence that can and will be used against us in a criminal proceeding (see, for example, your 1099 form).

    So.

    The “heroes” reply that he is “suspicious” – and he is informed that this is a “misdemeanor.”

    The reality is, the “heroes” want to show who is Boss – and will use any device, legal or otherwise, to establish this fact. In a free country- if we still had one – this citizen would be free to go.

    Of course, we do not live in a free country. And so he isn’t free to go.

    These “hero” law enforcers” are brazenly acting well outside their lawful authority – which fact ought to result in their being fired and charged with abuse of authority under color of law – but it doesn’t.

    They are free to go. To continue assaulting people under color of law.

    As a matter of routine.

    And, worse.

    Consider, for instance, the fate of the Salt Lake City “hero” who brutally assaulted a nurse who declined to perform an illegal blood draw. He has been fired and his victim awarded a $500,000 settlement.

    But he is not in a cage. He has not been charged with the criminal assault under color of law he is flagrantly guilty of.

    Those familiar with this case know the basic story.

    An unconscious car wreck victim was taken to the hospital to be treated for his injuries. A thug with a badge shows up and – like the thug he is – demands immediate submission and cooperation from the nurse, whom he orders to draw blood from the unconscious victim, despite the nurse very calmly pointing out that it is not legal for her to do this – nor for him to demand it.

    In response, the thug with the badge and the government-issued gun physically attacks the nurse, assaulting her for the grievous offense of not obeying an armed government worker’s commands. Even though those commands had no basis in law.

    So, what happens?

    The taxpayers end up paying $500,000 for the damages caused by the violent, out-of-control and criminal “hero.”

    The “hero” himself is merely fired. Not even a fine.

    As a thought experiment, imagine the consequences if the nurse had jabbed her finger into the body-armored chest of the “hero,” to make a point. It goes without saying she would have been caged and charged with felony assault upon a “hero.”

    She would have faced prison time – not merely the loss of her job.

    This double standard is so routinized it might as well be codified – made official.

    “Heroes” also feel entitled to shove their porcine snouts into every nook and cranny of our lives. To surveil us using every means available to them (e.g., automated license plate readers, random checkpoints, devices that hack into our cell phones). They demand that we submit to searches of our persons and property – in order to establish we’re not guilty of something.

    They seize our money simply because we have “too much” of it.


    Etc. Etc.

    They wear opaque sunglasses – and tint the windows of their cars opaque – but we are not permitted to tint the windows of our cars much at all. For “their safety,” we are told; in reality, so that it is easier for them to look inside our cars and so conduct visual searches at random.

    Yet these same “heroes” get their backs up when a citizen so much as points a video camera their way.

    It is hardly necessary to elaborate. It is like pointing out that the sun has come up – or that it is dark at night.

    We have become subjects – and are no longer citizens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    An unconscious car wreck victim was taken to the hospital to be treated for his injuries. A thug with a badge shows up and – like the thug he is – demands immediate submission and cooperation from the nurse, whom he orders to draw blood from the unconscious victim, despite the nurse very calmly pointing out that it is not legal for her to do this – nor for him to demand it.
    I know this is a minor point and I have pointed it out before; but this inaccuracy keeps being repeated. She did not point out calmly or in any way that it was not legal for her to do this. She cited her facility policy, not the law, nor the constitution. If her facility policy had not explicitly forbid it, I predict that she would have given him the blood. She simply didn't want to get fired and sued for not following her work rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post

    [...]

    Consider, for instance, the fate of the Salt Lake City “hero” who brutally assaulted a nurse who declined to perform an illegal blood draw. He has been fired and his victim awarded a $500,000 settlement.

    But he is not in a cage. He has not been charged with the criminal assault under color of law he is flagrantly guilty of.

    Those familiar with this case know the basic story.

    An unconscious car wreck victim was taken to the hospital to be treated for his injuries. A thug with a badge shows up and – like the thug he is – demands immediate submission and cooperation from the nurse, whom he orders to draw blood from the unconscious victim, despite the nurse very calmly pointing out that it is not legal for her to do this – nor for him to demand it.

    In response, the thug with the badge and the government-issued gun physically attacks the nurse, assaulting her for the grievous offense of not obeying an armed government worker’s commands. Even though those commands had no basis in law.

    So, what happens?

    The taxpayers end up paying $500,000 for the damages caused by the violent, out-of-control and criminal “hero.”

    The “hero” himself is merely fired. Not even a fine.


    As a thought experiment, imagine the consequences if the nurse had jabbed her finger into the body-armored chest of the “hero,” to make a point. It goes without saying she would have been caged and charged with felony assault upon a “hero.”

    She would have faced prison time – not merely the loss of her job.

    This double standard is so routinized it might as well be codified – made official.

    [...]

    It is hardly necessary to elaborate. It is like pointing out that the sun has come up – or that it is dark at night.

    We have become subjects – and are no longer citizens.

    Thanks for sharing this. That taxpayers have to pay the $500,000.00 for the misdeeds of this badged thug says it all. When government workers engage in illegal activity as this badged thug did, they, not the taxpayers, should have to pay for the penalty (and if they did have to pay for the penalty, it would give many of these miscreants pause before engaging in the illegal activity in the first place). That this goes on constantly and routinely is outrageous.

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    As if that weren't bad enough, 9 NYPD showed up at the hospital to intimidate the girl and her mom

    Chambers immediately contacted her mother and they went together to the local hospital for a rape kit examination. While Chambers and her mother were at the hospital, nine officers showed up to intimidate them into remaining silent about what happened.

    “They came with nine cops to intimidate her and her mom, to discourage them from coming forward and reporting the rape and sex assault,” attorney Michael David, told The Post.

    The officers accused Chambers of making a false report, and suggested that she had made accusations against cops in the past, which she has not.

    “Anna said [the officer] was trying to manipulate a rubber band over his name tag, so she couldn’t see who it was,” David said.

    “He kept saying to Anna and her mom, ‘How do you know they were real cops?’ ” David said.

    “You don’t know what you’re talking about. Your daughter doesn’t know what she’s talking about,” the officer allegedly said. …

    Chambers went ahead with the rape kit despite the intimidation, and the examination found traces of both officers DNA. …
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    The two policemen are alleged to have driven the woman to a restaurant chain parking lot in Coney Island where she was forced to perform oral sex on both men and raped by Martins.
    Allegedly being the key word.

    The alleged incident occurred on September 15 after the victim was arrested for possession of marijuana
    Are we really going to trust the word of someone who uses marijuana? Against the testimony of two Officers, really?
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    Chambers went ahead with the rape kit despite the intimidation, and the examination found traces of both officers DNA. …
    And how do we know that this woman didn't plant this evidence in there herself??
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    Add those nine LEO too? Victim intimidation and obstruction charges?

    I thought from a legal standing prisoners were unable to consent, even if they to so.

    Martins and Hall are facing a total of 50 charges, including first-degree rape, first-degree criminal sexual act and second-degree kidnapping. Each could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted.
    http://thefreethoughtproject.com/nyp...g-raping-teen/
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    Process Server Serving Papers on Behalf of Accused NYPD Cops Promptly Arrested After Harassing Raped Teen

    A process server has been arrested for “impersonating an officer” after he served a subpoena to Anna Chambers, the alleged rape victim who says she was sexually assaulted when two undercover NYPD officers took her away from her friends in an NYPD van in September 2017.

    Corey Guskin, 59, was caught on camera insulting Chambers apparently harassing her by not leaving her door steps after serving her with the legal documents. The video, which has now gone viral, shows Guskin recording Chambers as she insists he leave. He calls the alleged rape victim a “stupid bitch.”

    Chambers … accused NYPD Detectives Richard Hall and Eddie Martins of raping her after they arrested her for marijuana possession on Coney Island Sept. 15th of 2017. … both men raping her while she was still in handcuffs. Her friends were also told she was being arrested and could be picked up at the NYPD station. They were also allegedly told not to follow the van, a possible indication they had planned the rape beforehand. …

    With respect to Guskin, the process server claimed to be representing the Sheriff’s Office. …
    Don’t tell me what to do. I’m from the Sheriff’s office, I can do whatever I want…Go screw yourself.

    [Guskin] apparently knew who he was serving papers and may have developed an opinion about her case. This speculation is revealed when he brought up Chambers’ heritage. He stated: “This isn’t Russia, I’m not the KGB…You stupid bitch.”

    Guskin … was arrested on Friday the 10th of August and is soon to be arraigned for impersonating an officer. … “The Sheriff’s Office takes impersonation of its officers very seriously”

    Incredulously, the officers claim she consented to having sex with the two badge-wearing strangers. … Both Hall and Martins were arrested and charged with raping the teen.


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