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A Violent Gang of Police Attack Nurse Because She Called Her Supervisor

Police wanted access to a secure area, so she called her supervisor. That's when the police unlocked the door, forced their way in and man-handled her to the ground and arrested her for not immediately letting them in.


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She got what she deserved.

I am certain that the "thin blue line" did what they had to. and proper procedure was followed.

that is why the MSM did not cover it.

did anyone learn a lesson here?

Stick with HVACs

You're obviously not familiar with locked units in hospitals (i.e. Psych units, OB/Gyn and some ICUs). Psych patients are manipulative at times and obtain phones and state lies to 911 operators regularly. This is highly probable since most modern units have cameras and gender specific rooms. Hospital Supervision and Hospital Security personnel should've been notified and present. That is called proper protocol.


I thought it would be obvious.

Attention Mr. Underdog

Before you make your "yes man" accusation about nurses, you might want to get to know us. Please cite your source for the "yes man" allegation. Give us your source of this or STFU.

You took it personally and got nasty in your defensiveness.

No need for all that negative energy as I clearly indicated that I was not referring to all. There's probably a small percentage of evil scum-sucking nurses with god complexes who use the police to enforce their authoritarian mindset (I hope so anyway). Btw, jackass, my wife is a nurse. And I could give sources, but...let's think about this.

You are like a good cop (I'll give you the benefit of the doubt that you are good since you're at the DP and most of us here are good and intelligent and educated people) getting mad because somebody says there are bad cops. And then you make stupid demands about providing sources for the obvious. Perhaps not obvious to the naive?

Oh, okay...I guess if I don't cite a source that "proves" there are bad cops, then I guess you win your argument: all cops are good! Brilliant logic!

Congratulations on your victory.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

Simmer down

Mr. Underdog we need to simmer down with the name calling. The internet is full of keyboard commandos and I'm not one. If your wife is a real RN, hopefully she's educated you with hospital protocols. Back to topic, this was completely unacceptable and disgusting to say the least. Furthermore your wife should tell you about the physician egotists and know-it-all MDs that feel higher than thou. I'm no yes man. I'm a grown ass man. I pray that your wife is assertive enough to deal with them.

Agreed about the name calling.

I apologize for plucking an eye for an eye. There are better ways of debating. I like Ron Paul's gentlemanly approach focusing on the principle or issue, though it's hard to model sometimes.

Take care,

The Underdog

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

This should be a lesson learned

To all of you wanna be Constitutional Libertarians reading posts and hoping for the best....let this be a wake up call. If you're unarmed, then stop buying candy and movie tickets and discover defensive firearms. Solely for your own defense. Then seek excellent training. If these cowardly cops knew they were meeting a polite but formidable threat, they'd act like OFFICER FRIENDLY. Bullies backed by laws that we citizens allowed to exist because our heads were in the sand.

"The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms, is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government."
-Thomas Jefferson


I am a male nurse and combat vet. This is inexcusable and disgusting. Police (if you're listening) don't try this sh** with me or my crew. You will likely meet force (self-defense) and then your maker unless you remember the manners your mother should've taught you boys. Protocols will be followed and you will follow them and speak (respectfully) to those involved before any of your aggressive, illegal tactics are employed. Enough is enough. I can see a revolution in the making. It may take that for LE to realize they bleed as fast as armed citizens do. Be respectful or else.

two years ago--

where did this happen?

Inexcusable! The nurses was in 'her' station--

the police went after her--

*shaking my head*

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

My wife is a nurse, catches babies.

And if some thugs were to ever do this to her, my God will either have to cripple or kill me to stop me from doing unto them as they had done unto her. I know God says bless those who curse you and that we are not to repay evil for evil. I know that all vengeance is His. But knowing this does not stop me from feeling the fury I now feel at these thugs. if this had been my spouse, grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR !
Being a Christian means swallowing some awfully large buckets of crap sometimes, and if it were only my own person harmed I would find it much easier to swallow it: but hurt my wife or children and I'm a whole new man who's access to the throne of these thugs Creator is limitless, I might just simply pray that God remove their very breath of life so that they couldn't harm another.
This is a thing to difficult to bear.
I would rather die than comply. For to comply is slavery, and I am a slave only unto my GOD by my own free choice to do so. I will not be a slave to thugs.

God bless
Stēkō Parrēsia

Drew, by the very grace of GOD through the blood of Christ Jesus.
"there shall come after us men whom shall garner great wealth using our system, and having done so shall seek to slam the door of prosperity behind them." George Washington

Luke 22:36-38

Keep your faith AND your Glock or M&P saith The Lord.

Well said

Steadfast.....very well said!

" In Thee O Lord do I put my trust " ~ Psalm 31:1~

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When and where did this happen?

has the local media and community been notified?

Lawrenceville, GA. The local

Lawrenceville, GA. The local media just broke the story (https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151983501644905&set=v...) but the incident apparently happened 2 years ago.

They felt threatened

After all, there was only the five of them against one of her.

A badge is a bully magnet.

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Maybe he saw some donuts back there.

She was eating the last one.

The first Cop was obviously starving to death.

A possible factor may have been the nurse's attitude.

I'm in no way justifying the criminal, thuggish behavior of the cops.

But it's well known that the hospitals are breeding/ grooming centers for the police state. At hospitals the nurses and doctors frequently THINK and ACT just like these cops, even worse.

Who do you think calls the cops and CPS to have children unlawfully taken from their parents, who do you think kill hundreds of thousands of people a year through malpractice or outright eugenics? It's the doctors and their backup "yes-men", the nurses.

Many are of the most dispicable nature. They are cold and ugly in their hearts and just love to use their supposed authority.

And IF, IF, IF that was the case here, I don't think the cops (who are frequently wired up the same way) took to kindly to being treated like one of the nurses patients or patient's family.

It's more than likely, "what goes around comes around," and fortunate for her, it was caught on tape, because even if she was/is a Nazi-style nurse, she still has rights.

And a message to the cops: how long do you think the people will suffer your abuse before they fight back? You're digging your own grave by your tyranny. As the scripture says, "...yea, that great pit which hath been digged for the destruction of men shall be filled by those who digged it, unto their utter destruction..."

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford


Certainly some nurses are jerks. There are jerks in every facet of the population, including Daily Paul members. But if you seriously think that there are large numbers of nurses trying to practice eugenics and want to kill people or screw around, you need to take off your tin foil hat.

I have nurses in my family. Yes, they have to follow instructions that are often based on the belief that drugs are the cure all, and many of them do not agree with the practice. In the hospital environment, they find themselves running around with too many patients, and not enough time to do everything, just like at many jobs, but they want to do the best job they can. They are human, and can sometimes make mistakes just like the rest of us mortals. They certainly do not try to do it. Perhaps you believe that you are superhuman and do not make mistakes, but I highly doubt it. Yes they are sometimes trained to call CPS, but again, this is no different than at any job that deals with the public in large numbers. Some know better than others, just like teachers and cops.

While you make some reasonable comparisons about being do gooders as a nurse, the simple fact is that a nurse does not have that kind of power a badge conveys. Sadly, the cops here most likely also do not start out as thugs. Probably 95% of them started out as good guys, but the training they get, and the tendency to like the power can turn some percentage into thugs, amplified by the mob mentatlity in groups. But I can assure you that most nurses do not get the training that makes them calous to the patient and family, and are far more likely to cry their eyes out over the loss of a patient after the shift is over than to try to harm someone.

I don't think it's nonsense. It's called human nature.

No doubt you've seen two hardcore authoritarians get in a pissing contest. Well the one with the gun is gonna flex their muscle and win the argument.

And for the record, most nurses and docs are good people. My wife is one, and I have many friends who are and they are stunningly good people.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

More fascist bullies in blue.

I try to remember there are a few good cops left, but it gets harder every day.

It's obvious all these

It's obvious all these individual law suits against individual officers is ineffective. Do you think it's time, as in this case, that the hospital itself launched a major law suit against the police chief or whomever is instructing these officers to use brutal tactics in the execution of their job. All the reports are the same...rough manhandling, abusive bullying, over extended powers and use of force resulting in INJURIES, DEATHS and BAD PR. Why is it the same all over the country? Who is training the police force (academy?) Who is giving the orders? Why is the media not doing investigative reporting on police brutality and their practices used in (not) doing their jobs?

The problem is, as I mentioned above, that...

...the hospitals are deeply in bed with the police.

After all, the po-leece are the enforcement arm of abusive nurses and doctors, who just can't stand when a patient says, "Hell no you're not gonna vaccinate my child or me," or "Hell no you're not going to remove my kid from my custody because of some bullshit allegation".

These doctors /nurses will not be disobeyed. They will not have their god-complex authority challenged. And to prove it, what do they do? They call the police. Probably these very same thugs have come too many times to count to enforce the will of the hospital staff.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

I think we're losing sight of

I think we're losing sight of the issue at hand. I agree with your description of nurses barking orders at their patients. Perhaps as another topic we can ask why the training of nursing personnel is not being looked into...however the video is depicting excessive use of force again (and again and again) The fact that she is a nurse doing her job as she sees it should not be a bias in questioning police bullying, brutality in the execution of their jobs. This is one more example of inappropriate police behavior throughout the country. This is not an aberration anymore. The pattern is quite real. But I am prepared to tackle the attitudes of Nazi nurses in another venue. I just don't get that the police are victims here.

Agreed 100%. It's another topic.

It's funny how this Orwellian surveillance state we are living in is frequently convicting the government of their overt tyranny.

And yet they persist is charging the woman with a felony. I would think IF that ever goes to trial that the jury would laugh that charge right out of the courtroom.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford


Where did you see she was charged with a felony?

Maybe didn't read it clearly.

She was charged with something. Which was my main point. Just silliness on the cops's part.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford

and it sure uses up time,

and it sure uses up time, money, assault and battery victims, and a lot of exasperation.

Not cops

Vaginas with badges, cuffs and guns.
Not cops.

Even more sad...

…is that it appears there's a cop talking on the phone at the counter and he doesn't even miss one beat in his conversation as he observes the beating! Are his actions, or lack thereof, not implying that he must see this type of behavior all of the time?