“Abuse By The Police” Documentary Allows Victims Of Rape By Cops Who Got Away Scot Free To Speak Out (Video)
I know, I know, a few bad apples…, but I also know a few good ones too. With that said, calling out criminal and corrupt police officers is the duty of the media and the people. After all, COPS has a complete hour to push propaganda that every cop and every bust is legitimate and lawful, but you’ll never see an episode of COPS exposing police corruption or criminality, not one. Thus, this is why we exist and that is to promote reporting on the crimes or not just politicians, but those entrusted to uphold and enforce the law, something by the way that citizens in the militia should be enforcing.
According to the YouTube description:
Ellie Flynn investigates the increasing number of claims that some American law enforcement officers have used their position of power to assault women in their custody. It’s claimed a serving police officer in the USA is arrested for a sex crime every 35 hours.
Following the ongoing high-profile case of teenager Anna Chambers, who alleges she was raped by two NYPD cops while under arrest in 2017, Ellie explores the true scale of sexual misconduct cases against police officers across the US, and discovers the legal loophole in some state laws that may allow officers to escape sexual assault charges, claiming that sex acts were consensual.
BBC investigative reporter Ellie Flynn interviewed three women who recounted their abuse by police. For some of these women, it was the first time.
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Warning: The video is graphic in the nature of police brutality and rape.
These are the women in their own stories.
Jack Burns writes about the report:
Following the introduction with the graphic details of her alleged rape, Chambers then described how detectives suggested she just change her story. Instead, just as from the moment she made the claims the cops had raped her, Chambers still insists she was raped.
Chambers reflected on the encounter with Martins and Hall and stated they “acted like they’ve done this many times before.” She credits social media for getting her story out. Sadly, however, she says she now lives with being called the “Cop F*cker.”
Chambers’ case highlighted a tiny loophole with massive implications whereby people in police custody could have sex with officers without the police having committed a crime. That loophole has since been closed, thanks to Chambers’ case which drew international attention to how cops could get away with raping people they arrested.
Burns goes on to report on the rape off women at the hands of police officers across the country.
The phenomena of American cops raping women and men spreads across every state in the United States except for the State of Maine, according to Bowling Green State University Professor Dr. Phil Stinson. The former cop and lawyer claims to be the only academic currently running a database of rapist cops.
For the past 14 years Dr. Stinson has been documenting police conduct cases. Two thousand two hundred cases against rapist cops have been documented by Stinson over the past 10 years. “I have to assume the problem is much much larger and many victims are absolutely terrified of reporting their crime. Who do you call if you are a victim of a sex crime,” Stinson told Flynn.
The cop turned academic stated 14-year-old girls are the most commonly victimized rape survivors who are preyed upon by predator cops.
Flynn also reported on the case of Jasmine Abuslin, interviewing her on the California streets where she first started being sex trafficked to cops at the age of 12. She started getting passed around to dozens of cops around that time and she says they weren’t just beat cops. Abuslin claims the superiors were also in on her action. She told Flynn, “it wasn’t just rookies either…It was sergeants, captains, lieutenants…like a frat house”.
Frankly, in these cases, just like any others that involve kidnap or rape, these police officers found to be guilty should be publicly executed, in accordance with God’s law and the laws previously enforced in the US, which were aligned with the Bible.
Until real justice is rendered on behalf of these women, all America is doing is enabling the criminals who pose as law enforcement.
Article posted with permission from Sons Of Liberty Media