ER nurse illegally detained?

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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby aaangel » Sun Sep 03, 2017 4:45 pm



damage control! also @6:40 the mayor just realized that this is bigger than just a regular press conf. and i wonder if chief agrees with her answer?
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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby carlson1 » Sun Sep 03, 2017 5:03 pm

Wow he was promoted to "detective." Seriously. :banghead:
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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby OlBill » Sun Sep 03, 2017 6:52 pm

carlson1 wrote:Wow he was promoted to "detective." Seriously. :banghead:

I think he was already a detective.


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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby OlBill » Sun Sep 03, 2017 6:56 pm

9.23 The chief didn't like "This was not a just arrest..."


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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby mayor » Sun Sep 03, 2017 7:02 pm

quite the 'do.

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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby aaangel » Sun Sep 03, 2017 10:47 pm

OlBill wrote:9.23 The chief didn't like "This was not a just arrest..."


ikr, he keeps telling lets wait for the whole investigation to play out and "TRUST IN THE PROCESS"
then, she makes that conclusion! i guess its safe to say, they don't go on each others bbq? :biggrinjester:

BTW, i'd like to thank all the LEO's that chimed in. learned a great deal! this is why txchlforum is so awesome! :txflag:
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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby rbwhatever1 » Mon Sep 04, 2017 5:11 am

My daughter is a heavily armed liberty loving well read nurse and was highly PO'ed about this incident. No right to self defense against an all knowing legalized cabal with badges rulling over the unwashed huddled masses...
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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby twomillenium » Mon Sep 04, 2017 7:49 am

It seems this officer is one of the few (thankfully) that thinks the badge puts him in charge of everything and everyone, he does not understand that he is a servant to the law abiding citizen. He seems to think that his wishes and wants are the law to everyone around him because he wears the badge. He should be fired and prosecuted any and all laws he has broken. This is the type of officer that puts the overwhelmingly majority of good officers in bad light.
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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby Take Down Sicko » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:00 am

I usually side with law enforcement but this one has no excuse.

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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby aaangel » Mon Sep 04, 2017 8:45 am

'got to Texas ASAIC.


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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby philip964 » Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:38 pm

Every story is different. Did she physically attempt to stop the officer from drawing blood or did she refused to draw blood?

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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby parabelum » Mon Sep 04, 2017 4:59 pm

She did nothing to even come close to justifying this scumbag's fascist actions.
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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby WTR » Mon Sep 04, 2017 5:25 pm

philip964 wrote:Every story is different. Did she physically attempt to stop the officer from drawing blood or did she refused to draw blood?


Who cares. The patient had been omitted to the hospital and was under hospital care. The Officer had no right to preform or demand a blood draw. This Officer ( or two) should be fired.


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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby philip964 » Mon Sep 04, 2017 7:21 pm

WTR wrote:
philip964 wrote:Every story is different. Did she physically attempt to stop the officer from drawing blood or did she refused to draw blood?


Who cares. The patient had been omitted to the hospital and was under hospital care. The Officer had no right to preform or demand a blood draw. This Officer ( or two) should be fired.


To me there is a difference.

A police officer tries to open my car trunk after he asks permission for me to open my trunk and I tell him respectfully that, no he does not have probably cause to search my trunk and no he does not have my consent. Do I now have the authority to forcibly stop him from violating my constitutional rights against unreasonable searches, using force if necessary? Did the nurse simply say no I will not draw the blood, or did she move and block his path to the patient and say you may not draw his blood?

The simple act of drawing blood would have not harmed the patient. If it would have she would have said so.

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Re: ER nurse illegally detained?

Postby parabelum » Mon Sep 04, 2017 7:45 pm

philip964 wrote:
WTR wrote:
philip964 wrote:Every story is different. Did she physically attempt to stop the officer from drawing blood or did she refused to draw blood?


Who cares. The patient had been omitted to the hospital and was under hospital care. The Officer had no right to preform or demand a blood draw. This Officer ( or two) should be fired.


To me there is a difference.

A police officer tries to open my car trunk after he asks permission for me to open my trunk and I tell him respectfully that, no he does not have probably cause to search my trunk and no he does not have my consent. Do I now have the authority to forcibly stop him from violating my constitutional rights against unreasonable searches, using force if necessary? Did the nurse simply say no I will not draw the blood, or did she move and block his path to the patient and say you may not draw his blood?

The simple act of drawing blood would have not harmed the patient. If it would have she would have said so.


Blood draw is an invasive procedure. Not a "simple act".
But alas, this is about the 4th A and the egregious use of force by this fascist with a badge.
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