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    Cops Rip Out Innocent Woman’s Tampon, Vaginally Search Her in PUBLIC

    Cops Rip Out Innocent Woman’s Tampon, Vaginally Search Her in PUBLIC—Taxpayers to Be Held Liable

    San Antonio, TX — A disturbing lawsuit was filed last year in federal court detailing a horrifying nightmare endured by an innocent woman at the hands of San Antonio police. The victim, Natalie D. Simms had her tampon pulled out by police who then conducted a vaginal cavity search—in public and on video—all to search for non-existent drugs. After learning that the local government has been spending thousands of taxpayer dollars to protect the officers involved, the case may finally be settling for $205,000.

    The Law Offices of Dean Malone issued a press release earlier this year explaining how the city has “spent countless hours litigating the case, defending depositions, taking depositions, and drafting motions.”

    They also asked the court to grant summary judgement against Ms. Simms, which would mean a jury would never have been able to hear her case if it were to go to trial.

    According to a city agenda recently posted online, the city council is expected to vote on whether or not to fund the settlement on Thursday.

    Constitutional rights attorney Dean Malone explained earlier this year how the city and police have railroaded her client. “It is unfortunate that a San Antonio resident could be subjected to such a search, and then further be subjected to lengthy litigation with no attempt by the Defendants to resolve the case,” he said. “The Defendants have spent untold thousands of dollars, and are now attempting to avoid a jury trial through their latest-filed motions. Natalie was humiliated and degraded by the search. If the court chooses to deny the Defendants’ motions, we look forward to presenting Natalie’s horrific ordeal to a jury in San Antonio.”

    As we reported last year, in 2016, Natalie Simms had done nothing wrong, she had harmed no one, and had committed no crime when she was approached by San Antonio’s finest who had a hunch that she might have an illegal substance.

    She had no such substance.

    In spite of being completely innocent, Simms was approached by a male cop, who then demanded to search her car, as she waited for her boyfriend. Simms consented to the search and nothing was found. Continuing to rely on a hunch, the male cop called in a female officer to search Simms. Officer Mara Wilson responded and this normal police harassment then turned into a nightmare.

    The entire horrific scene was captured on the officer’s body camera as those who are sworn to protect proceeded to violate an innocent woman on a public sidewalk in the most depraved manner.

    While the body camera has yet to be released publicly, the lawsuit released portions of the conversation. They are documented below.

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    Amendment IV

    The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
    Perhaps the founders should have specified some penalties for blatant violation of the highest law in the land.
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    She should not have consented to a search, obviously.
    Though, I wonder what would have happened to her if she did refuse.

    If the court chooses to deny the Defendants’ motions, we look forward to presenting Natalie’s horrific ordeal to a jury in San Antonio.”
    Let's hope so. But even then, a jury in San Antonio? Not sure if she'll find the justice she is rightfully seeking.

    Found another article:

    The city of San Antonio wants to make a $205,000 payout to a woman who sued in federal court, alleging that an SAPD detective pulled down her shorts in public and inappropriately searched her vagina for drugs.

    City council is scheduled to vote Thursday whether to fund the settlement via the city's Self-Insurance Liability Fund, according to an agenda posted online.

    The lawsuit, filed last year by Natalie D. Simms, alleges now-retired SAPD Detective Mara Wilson conducted an illegal vaginal cavity search on Simms after she was approached by officers while she sat on a curb waiting for her boyfriend.

    The officers asked Simms whether they could search her car for drugs, the suit charges. When the search turned up no contraband, they called for a female officer to search her person.

    According to the allegations in the suit, Wilson, a 32-year force veteran, slid down Simms' shorts and examined her vagina in view of the street while male officers were present. The officer also pulled a tampon from Simms’ vagina and held it up, inspecting it in front of the other cops.

    The suit references video footage taken from a squad car camera that appears to show Simms raising objections when it appeared Wilson was ready to probe her anus to continue the search.

    "Officer Wilson had violated Natalie vaginally, and now it appeared that she might violate Natalie anally," the lawsuit alleges. "She was doing so without a warrant, with no medical personnel present, and on a public street in view of several people as well as those passing by."

    According to the suit, Wilson was never disciplined for the search because internal affairs found that she hadn't violated any department policies. She retired in 2017.

    Officials with city attorney's office were unavailable for immediate comment on the proposed settlement.

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