Wednesday, November 6, 2013

2nd Case of Same NM Cops Forcing Rectal Exam On Man

Officer Bobby Orosco and Officer Robert Chavez - Chronic Butt Examiners
Turns out these two thugs have a habit of forcing men into having unwanted rectal exams.


KOB4 reports:
It's a story that has left the entire country wondering about the state of law enforcement in New Mexico.
 

4 On Your Side revealed how David Eckert rolled through a stop sign in Deming.
A K-9 named Leo alerted that it sniffed drugs on Eckert's driver's seat.
 

And, for the next 14 hours, those police officers, and doctors at the Gila Regional Medical Center performed eight medical procedures including x-rays, rectal finger exams, enemas, and finally a colonoscopy.
 

According to a federal lawsuit, officers Bobby Orosco and Robert Chavez were two of the officers involved, and they never found drugs inside Eckert.
 

Our investigation reveals another chapter. Another man, another minor traffic violation, another incident with Leo the K-9 and another example of the violation of a man's body.
 

Police reports state deputies stopped Timothy Young because he turned without putting his blinker on.
 

Again, Leo the K-9 alerts on Young's seat.
 

Young is taken to the Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City, and just like Eckert, he's subjected to medical procedures including x-rays of his stomach and an anal exam.
 

Again, police found nothing, and again the procedures were done without consent, and in a county not covered by the search warrant.
 

We've learned more about that drug dog, Leo, that seems to get it wrong pretty often. He might be getting it wrong because he's not even certified in New Mexico.
 

If you take a look at the dog's certification, the dog did get trained. But his certification to be a drug dog expired in April 2011. K-9s need yearly re-certification courses, and Leo is falling behind.
 

"We have done public requests to find anything that would show this dog has been trained, we have evidence that this dog has had false alerts in the past," Eckert's attorney Shannon Kennedy said.
 

The doctors from the Gila Regional Medical Center have been turned over to the state licensing board.  It's possible they could lose the ability to practice medicine.
 

And the police officers will be answering to a law enforcement board.
Thanks to this news report, the country now knows what shenanigans these so-called cops were up to with their uncertified drug sniffing dog.

The doctors who performed these procedures are also being held accountable.

But the report mentions nothing of the judge who signed these Search Warrants. That person needs to be held accountable too. Wishful thinking.

While we were sleeping, they built the prison around us.

Prison rules are in effect.

Resist every way you can.

8 comments:

  1. Resister in the Rockies,


    (captaincrunch)


    What most people don't know is that in that area of the 'Gila Wilderness' there are some pretty hardcore patriot's out there. Back in the 90's, the FBI set up a remote office in Silver City just to monitor things. Silver City, New Mexico has a very small population and that region of the state is very, very remote.

    I think the two 'Ass loving Oathkeeping Nazi's" may already have multiple serious threats against there own personal safety by now. If those two LEO's walk away with no jail time. They would be wise to leave the state and maybe move to San Francisco or Washington D.C. where a "plethora of willing assholes" await there inspection.

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  2. The dog wasn't certified?!? Really?!! We're going to pin this on the dog now?!! So that when the pooch gets put down, everyone can accept THAT as a reasonable outcome?

    What about the scumbag magistrate who rubber stamps warrants for these serial rapist cops?

    To me, a reasonable outcome would consist of finding every magistrate in the country who signs-off on absurd warrants and gives corrupt or abusive police cover for their vile tactics, and subjecting each and every one of them to forcible enemas and colonoscopies.

    A DOG cannot infringe on someone's Constitutional rights. Only the State can do that. And whatever pandemic of police-statism is sweeping law enforcement across the country, EVERY SINGLE INSTANCE of it has a judge's or magistrate's PEN authorizing it.


    I've been nice and not given my full opinion of even bringing up -- much less, concentrating on -- the CREDENTIALS of a DOG in this case.

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    1. I completely agree with you. The dog issue in this story is a distraction from the corruption of the judges, the police department, the medical clinic, and the cops. They ALL need to be held accountable. The only one not mentioned in this story is the judge who rubber stamped these warrants, like you said.

      What kind of review board and accountability is there for judges? Do they just get a pass because they didn't actually do the deed themselves? Seems like it.

      When the house cleaning begins, people need to remember to take these guys out to the garbage as well.

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  3. http://www.cityofdeming.org/business-in-deming/public-safety/deming-police-department/118-deming-police-department

    http://thelizardfarmer.wordpress.com/2013/08/16/how-they-hunt/

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  4. Like they care about drug running........Obama facilitates drug runners......probably gets a piece of the action.

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  5. Bobby Orosco's dad must be rolling in his grave. Feel free to sign the guestbook.

    http://www.bacasfuneralchapels.com/memsol.cgi?user_id=612995

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  6. I wonder if they were also involved in the framing of Rick Reese and his family? That took place in Deming, as well.

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  7. I guess no one thought that the K9 dog would smelled "passing of gas" in that seat or pants and that the dog woul be intrested would they? Sure the dog is traind t o ignore it, yea right. I think the dog handler needs to be retrained, as well as the dog.

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