Idaho man sodomized by police Taser plans to sue. Um, yeah!

  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 5:13 AM GMT
    File this under fucked the fuck up. Not illegal?? Be sure to check out the audio transcript!


    http://rawstory.com/08/news/2009/07/25/idaho-man-sodomized-by-police-taser-plans-to-sue/

  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 5:42 AM GMT
    I don't get it. Was the guy naked? How was the cop going to taser his balls?

    And from reading the transcript and looking at the taser, the guy wasn't sodomized. Well, unless he has some talent of shoving large things up his ass. icon_confused.gif

    taser.jpg
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 6:18 AM GMT

    Cops are often sexy...well, except for the sadistic ones, ouch.

  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 2:10 PM GMT
    This is how internet fetish porn sites are started...

    Anyone willing to model? icon_twisted.gif
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 3:26 PM GMT






    A Boise, Idaho, police officer who pushed a Taser inside a man’s buttocks and threatened to “Taser his balls” violated use-of-force policy, but didn’t break the law, an ombudsman has found.

    The man in question, whose identity is being withheld, plans to sue the Boise police.

    On February 14 of this year, the “complainant,” as he is called in police reports, physically blocked the door to his residence when police arrived to investigate a domestic disturbance. Believing the police officers, who he claims did not identify themselves, to be a person coming to “beat him up,” he refused to allow them entry.

    When officers forced their way in, “three officers rushed in and within nine seconds, had the man face down on the floor and had deployed the Taser against the small of his back. Only after the first [tasing] did they order his hands behind his back,” reports the Boise Weekly.


    In a report, Boise Community Ombudsman Pierce Murphy “said the officer who used the Taser — described as Officer #3 in the report — also coarsely threatened to use the Taser in the man’s anus and genitals. Murphy’s report says that use of Taser on a man’s buttock’s does not violate policy in and of itself,” reports the Idaho Statesman.


    I just read the article and this man was NOT SODOMIZED! It states that the man was forced face dwn on the floor and tasered in the SMALL OF HIS BACK. The officer described as officer#3 threated to taser his genitals
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 4:09 PM GMT
    The exchange between the officer and the complaint:

    Officer #3: Do you feel this?
    Complainant: Yes, sir.
    Officer #3: Do you feel that? That’s my -
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: -Taser up your ass.
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: So don’t move.
    Complainant: I’m trying not to. I can’t breathe.

    Officer #3: Now do you feel this in your balls?
    Complainant: I do, sir. I’m not going to move. I’m not gonna move.
    Officer #3 Now I’m gonna tase your balls if you move again.
    A minute later, this exchange occurred:
    Officer #3: Okay, I’m gonna take this Taser out of your asshole now. Are you going to fight with me?
    Complainant: No, not at all, sir.


    That's f***ed up, to say the least. Why are cops so twisted these days?

  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 5:20 PM GMT
    Here in the Boston-area we've been having our own issues with police misconduct in the Professor Gates episode. Here's what I posted in the comment section of The Boston Globe. I think it explains some of what was going on in Idaho (and which goes on with disturbing frequency all of the US):

    Professor Gates was on his own property while yelling at the police officers about their continued unwelcome and unnecessary presence at his home. Given that the police had no warrant and had no grounds for reasonable suspicion that a break in had taken place, they had no grounds at all to remain on the premises.

    The central point here is the insidious expectation that law-abiding citizens ought to bow down to police officers' demands - whether those demands are legal and reasonable or not. I have on several occasions been threatened with arrest for photographing Cambridge police officers being heavy handed with 'suspects' in Harvard Square. Each time I have ignored (and recorded) the encounter.

    Likewise, I have been threatened with arrest by police officers for locking my car doors if I am stopped for a motor violation and opening the driver's window just enough to talk and pass documents back and forth. There seems to be a presumption that, by exercising my right to unreasonable search, I have something to hide. Not at all. The best part is that each of the violations was dropped when I indicated I wished to go to court and share with the judge an account of the officers' behavior.

    Unlike the UK, where nearly all police officers are unarmed and so are expert at preventing the escalation of conflict, we have chosen to give our police officers weapons such as pepper spray and tasers. We were initially told that these would lessen the need for use of 'deadly force'. In fact, they have stoked the arrogance of most police and let them feel entitled to silent obedience from anyone unlucky enough to have to talk to them.

    Until the information about the 911 call I was prepared to believe that it was 'just' the thuggish nature of the police officers that caused this episode. The injection of race into the police report when it was not in the 911 call, however, seems to confirm most peoples' suspicion of continuing institutional racism within Boston area police forces. The police commissioner's lame attempt at butt-covering by describing the report as a 'summary' that may include information learned later in an investigation indicates that he and his staff are part of the problem.

    We should be giving very serious thought to federal or at least independent oversight of most if not all Boston area police departments.
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 5:40 PM GMT
    And in other local news...

    6 well respected male Boise Idaho Republicans were seen at the local park bent over yelling .. OFFICER OFFICER I've just broken the law!
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 6:04 PM GMT
    Is it wrong that I got turned on by this? I keep thinking about a hot cop with sunglasses on, the CHIPS uniform, and a porn mustache with a big taser caressing the guys buttocks with his taser.
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 7:36 PM GMT
    RyanReBoRn saidThe exchange between the officer and the complaint:

    Officer #3: Do you feel this?
    Complainant: Yes, sir.
    Officer #3: Do you feel that? That’s my -
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: -Taser up your ass.
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: So don’t move.
    Complainant: I’m trying not to. I can’t breathe.

    Officer #3: Now do you feel this in your balls?
    Complainant: I do, sir. I’m not going to move. I’m not gonna move.
    Officer #3 Now I’m gonna tase your balls if you move again.
    A minute later, this exchange occurred:
    Officer #3: Okay, I’m gonna take this Taser out of your asshole now. Are you going to fight with me?
    Complainant: No, not at all, sir.


    That's f***ed up, to say the least. Why are cops so twisted these days?



    Harsh and somewhat unorthodox, but it did the job done and the guy didn't get hurt because he obeyed LOL!
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 7:54 PM GMT
    Gang in Blue is still a gang.
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 27, 2009 8:26 PM GMT
    flex89 said
    RyanReBoRn saidThe exchange between the officer and the complaint:

    Officer #3: Do you feel this?
    Complainant: Yes, sir.
    Officer #3: Do you feel that? That’s my -
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: -Taser up your ass.
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: So don’t move.
    Complainant: I’m trying not to. I can’t breathe.

    Officer #3: Now do you feel this in your balls?
    Complainant: I do, sir. I’m not going to move. I’m not gonna move.
    Officer #3 Now I’m gonna tase your balls if you move again.
    A minute later, this exchange occurred:
    Officer #3: Okay, I’m gonna take this Taser out of your asshole now. Are you going to fight with me?
    Complainant: No, not at all, sir.


    That's f***ed up, to say the least. Why are cops so twisted these days?



    Harsh and somewhat unorthodox, but it did the job done and the guy didn't get hurt because he obeyed LOL!


    That's not cool even if you were joking.

    They were in his home molesting him with a taser gun. I'd go so far as to say the the guy could have gotten away with using deadly force to defend himself. Not that he could due to the paralyzing nature of taser weaponry though... I've never seen a more over powered police force. icon_rolleyes.gif



    Looks like it's time to start exercising my "right to bear arms" because if an officer thinks he can get away with abusing me as bad as that, he's got another thing coming.
  • DCEric

    Posts: 3713

    Jul 28, 2009 1:17 AM GMT
    Do you know how much I have to pay for this kind of treatment? ...and to think, in Idaho they give it away for free.
    /I kid, I kid.
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 28, 2009 2:05 AM GMT


    Officer #3: Do you feel this?
    Complainant: Yes, sir.
    Officer #3: Do you feel that? That’s my -
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: -Taser up your ass.
    Complainant: Okay
    Officer #3: So don’t move.
    Complainant: I’m trying not to. I can’t breathe.

    Officer #3: Now do you feel this in your balls?
    Complainant: I do, sir. I’m not going to move. I’m not gonna move.
    Officer #3 Now I’m gonna tase your balls if you move again.
    A minute later, this exchange occurred:
    Officer #3: Okay, I’m gonna take this Taser out of your asshole now. Are you going to fight with me?
    Complainant: No, not at all, sir.

    [/quote]

    Ok, I got HOT reading this. Sounds like the complainant was being a good boy too. icon_redface.gif Considering resisted the officers, he'd been smacking his ole lady around, and I trust the offices were uniformed, "I didn't know who they are," hardly flies. The only problem here is the officer's language and the way he psychologically fucked with this guy. I doubt anything will come of this because the officer didn't tase the guy and having been threatened, he had every right to introduce the taser. I just hope the officer finds other ways to satisfy his dom/sub needs in the future.

  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 28, 2009 2:06 AM GMT
    Hillie said





    A Boise, Idaho, police officer who pushed a Taser inside a man’s buttocks and threatened to “Taser his balls” violated use-of-force policy, but didn’t break the law, an ombudsman has found.

    The man in question, whose identity is being withheld, plans to sue the Boise police.

    On February 14 of this year, the “complainant,” as he is called in police reports, physically blocked the door to his residence when police arrived to investigate a domestic disturbance. Believing the police officers, who he claims did not identify themselves, to be a person coming to “beat him up,” he refused to allow them entry.

    When officers forced their way in, “three officers rushed in and within nine seconds, had the man face down on the floor and had deployed the Taser against the small of his back. Only after the first [tasing] did they order his hands behind his back,” reports the Boise Weekly.


    In a report, Boise Community Ombudsman Pierce Murphy “said the officer who used the Taser — described as Officer #3 in the report — also coarsely threatened to use the Taser in the man’s anus and genitals. Murphy’s report says that use of Taser on a man’s buttock’s does not violate policy in and of itself,” reports the Idaho Statesman.


    I just read the article and this man was NOT SODOMIZED! It states that the man was forced face dwn on the floor and tasered in the SMALL OF HIS BACK. The officer described as officer#3 threated to taser his genitals


    Sodomized was probably the wrong term for it; sexual assault and battery is a better description. Regardless, posts defending this officer's behavior are whackadoodle.
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 28, 2009 4:14 AM GMT


    That's f***ed up, to say the least. Why are cops so twisted these days?



    Harsh and somewhat unorthodox, but it did the job done and the guy didn't get hurt because he obeyed LOL!

    That's not cool even if you were joking.

    They were in his home molesting him with a taser gun. I'd go so far as to say the the guy could have gotten away with using deadly force to defend himself. Not that he could due to the paralyzing nature of taser weaponry though... I've never seen a more over powered police force. icon_rolleyes.gif



    Looks like it's time to start exercising my "right to bear arms" because if an officer thinks he can get away with abusing me as bad as that, he's got another thing coming. [/quote]

    The reason why Cops are so twisted is because they have to deal w/ f**king Idiots On a daily basis. wouldn't that make you bitter and angry? On top of that they receive ph calls for help and sometimes those very people treat them like shit! What's wrg w/ people that don't exercise there freedom by being responsible citizens? If someone has a gun and a taser and a BADGE, Do I challenge him to see if his dick is bigger? Most times.. Let me change that All the time...being a HOT HEAD leads to making irrational irresponsible decisions. This guy was possibly beating his wife and if thats true they shoulda tasered his cock and balls!
  • Posted by a hidden member.
    Log in to view his profile

    Jul 28, 2009 4:22 AM GMT
    To the edge,
    The police were called to the residence because of a possible domestic abuse disturbance. If that is true when the police got there this man was already most likely IRRATE. Probably one of the reasons he physically blocked the door. At some point although he said the police didn't identify themselves, either they did or it's easy to recognize a uniform better yet JUST STOP RESISTING ARREST put your hands behind your back and REMAIN CALM. It might have been a very different article then.