The Anally-TORTURED New Mexico Victim David Eckert's Lawyer Joe Kennedy interviewed by Ernie Hancock - Nov. 8, 2013Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Fri, 11/08/2013 - 21:45
Ernie Hancock: "If this is not a sign that we're literally being SCREWED by The Man..."
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George Donnelly (Shield Mutual) on Kokesh, Quit for Peace - Joe Kennedy (Civil Rights Attorney) is lawyer for David Eckert (forced anal probe) on civil rights abuses - James Babb (Quit for Peace) and Davied Zeiger (Sir!NoSir!) on America's unjust war
Program Date: Friday, November 8, 2013
Media Type: Audio • Time: 164:0 Mins and Secs
Guests: George Donnelly
Topics: Shield Mutual and Adam Kokesh
Hour 1 -- George Donnelly (Shield Mutual) on Kokesh, Quit for Peace
Hour 2 -- Joe Kennedy (Civil Rights Attorney) is lawyer for David Eckert (forced anal probe) on the rise of civil rights abuses
Hour 3 -- James Babb (Quit for Peace) and Davied Zeiger (Sir!NoSir!) on America's unjust wars and the anti-war protests/movement
Updated: 11/06/2013 4:03 PM | Created: 11/05/2013 10:22 PM
By: Chris Ramirez, KOB Eyewitness News 4
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.
Man is literally raped by the state after police thought he had "clenched butt cheeks"
Posted on November 5, 2013 by PSUSA in Uncategorized
DEMING, NM -- A man has filed a lawsuit stating that a traffic stop led to a series of forced medical procedures when a police officer thought he was clenching his butt cheeks. His lawsuit says that without his consent, he was taken to a medical facility and where he was forcibly X-rayed multiple times, sedated, given several enemas, required to give multiple stool samples, subjected to fingers penetrating his anus during multiple cavity searches, followed by an actual colonoscopy where cameras probed his intestines for drugs. The startling 14-hour ordeal failed to find any contraband inside his body.
The incident happened on January 2, 2013, when David Eckert says he had just wrapped up shopping at a Wal-Mart store in Deming. As he pulled out of the parking lot, his vehicle allegedly did not stop completely at the posted stop sign. Deming police promptly stopped his car and began fishing for charges that they could apply to him.
While stopped, Eckert was required to exit the vehicle by police officers intent on searching his car. Police claimed that his seat smelled like narcotics and that his butt cheeks appeared to be clenched.
Eager to get an arrest, police conspired to search Eckert's anus for contraband. They took him into custody and got a judge to stamp out a search warrant for Eckert's intestines.
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Named in the lawsuit: Deming Police Officers Bobby Orosco, Robert Chavez and Officer Hernandez.
Named in the lawsuit: Hidalgo County Deputies David Arredondo, Robert Rodriguez and Patrick Green.
Named in the lawsuit: Gila Regional Medical Center including Robert Wilcox, M.D. and Okay Odocha, M.D.
Named in the lawsuit: Deputy District Attorney Daniel Dougherty.