Cops Strip, Parade, Pepper Spray Woman And Lock Her In Cell For 7 Hours Attorney: Police routinely engaging in "egregious constitutional violations".

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Vatic Note:  My first question is "Where is the nearest Fusia center run by Homeland Security?  If its in a reasonable distance, are these cops trained by the Federally funded Fusia Center through Homeland Security?"  As we have discussed before on this blog, the foreign occupiers of Homeland Security are teaching our cops to be a police state and use brutal and barbaric techniques to try and intimidate and instill fear to control our rebellious population that is fully armed.

Remember, Bloomberg sent NY cops to Tel Aviv to be trained by Khazar domestic police and they use total brutality on their domestic population in order to intimidate them and control their reactions to the violations of their rights that they engage in regularly.  This woman below had not had a trial, she was found guilty of  nothing, and yet she was subjected to total animal barbaric behavior by these cops.  

Given our history with our police, I believe its safe to say, they have recently been trained to act in the manner shown below, which is in direct conflict with our normal relationship with the police.   We do not know if all the Fusia Centers all over the nation, are similarly engaged in such animalistic  treatment of their unarmed and average citizens.   

It started with the TSA fondling flyers private parts as well as children, and I believe that was to get them used to being handled, since pedophilia is on the rise primarily brought onto us by these foreign occupiers of our government.  I believe its also now reaching into the Corporate environment as well.  

Stay observant and do not let these police state thugs touch you in anyway that is inappropriate.  It is especially important to protect the children.  If any cop or TSA agent touches your child in an inappropriate manner, then file criminal charges against them with local authorities since such actions are crimes in most local communities.  This is certainly one way to fight back.  

Cops Strip, Parade, Pepper Spray Woman And Lock Her In Cell For 7 Hours .
by Steve Watson | Infowars.com | June 9, 2014

Attorney: Police routinely engaging in "egregious constitutional violations".

An Indiana woman is suing the Floyd County Jail in New Albany after video emerged of police officers forcibly stripping her and locking her up, completely naked, in a cell full of pepper spray for seven hours.

Worse still, the woman’s attorney believes that this is routine procedure at the facility and has evidence that other women are consistently given the same treatment.  (VN: watch video at the link just below this sentence)


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Local news station WDRB obtained the footage and reports how Tabitha Gentry was arrested by a state police officer for disorderly conduct and resisting law enforcement, both misdemeanor charges.

Gentry, a mother of four, was booked into the Floyd County Jail in the early hours of March 30th. Her attorney Laura Landenwich says that the events that unfolded from there need to be reviewed by a court of law.

“Almost immediately upon entering the jail, she’s assaulted by four officers. They grab her around the neck, they grab her body,” Landenwich said, adding that the video shows cops moving Gentry into what they refer to as the “padded room”.

“They hold her down,” Landenwich said. “There are two male officers and two female officers and they forcibly remove her pants, her shoes, her underwear and her shirt and bra.”

“Terrified and humiliated, she’s banging on the door asking someone to give her her clothing and someone comes to the door and says, ‘If you don’t shut up, I’m going to pepper spray you,’ and sure enough, they open the door, spray pepper spray into the room and they leave — and they leave her in there for 40 minutes, naked, in a cell filled with pepper spray.” Landenwich adds.

The cops are then seen to allow Gentry out of the cell momentarily to wash the pepper spray chemicals out of her eyes and off her body. She is partially covered by a blanket, but otherwise paraded through the station for all to see. She was then led back to the cell and left there naked for five more hours before being given something to wear.

“Now this is a woman, who under our system of law, is innocent until proven guilty. She’s charged and she’s charged with a misdemeanor crime that’s not a violent crime,” said Landenwich.

The attorney also notes that this appears to be standard procedure at the facility. “What we also see on the video is there is another inmate also being held naked prior to her entering that cell,” Landenwich said. “These are egregious constitutional violations.”

A police report obtained by WDRB also has one officer noting “I struggled getting her to the ground to remove her clothing per jail policy.”

In addition, it is not the first time such allegations have been made against the jail. In 2012, another woman, named Ashley Storms, a cousin of Gentry, was allegedly stripped of her clothing by sheriff’s deputies, tazed and left naked in a cell for eight hours. That case was eventually settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.

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