Skip to comments.Mother of 3 arrested, abused for taking pictures of tourist attraction at airport
Posted on 05/12/2012 10:00:30 AM PDT by dontreadthisEdited on 05/14/2012 9:55:39 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
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LEOs are on the side of their leftist unions.
(See deputy sheriff comments...)
“Call me crazy and off my meds, I dont feel safe with the government being in charge of my safety.”
This is tagline worthy.
The Founders would have been incensed over this alone:
“Using force, Lieutenant Iberger pushed Nancy Genovese when she objected to the seizure of her rifle. Deputy Carlock taunted Nancy, asking in a disparaging tone, Youre a real right winger, arent you?
Interesting. I have the same suspicion about the pig's version
Use it in good health, FRiend!
Last edited by pcosmar; Today at 06:50 AM.
I have some hogs that need feedin’...;-)
Isn’t this named after a WWII American fighter pilot and Ace???
One could assume that he (Gabreski) would like to drive these guys up the highway in his P-47, guns a blazin’, after hearing about this, if he was still alive...
In an attempt to prevent the lieutenant from damaging the camera, Nancy removed her memory card, which Lieutenant Iberger confiscated
Huh? How does removing the memory card prevent the guy from damaging the camera? Also, if the policeman took the camera, how could she thereafter have removed the memory card?
Lieutenant Iberger demanded that Nancy remain where she is, and he refused to allow her to leave...aimed at Nancy Genovese and her 18 and 20 year old sons who had come to the scene at this point to help their mother
How did her kids get there? The policeman who is denying this woman her rights is going to let her call her kids and have them come down? This makes no sense at all.
Nancy was questioned on the side of the road for approximately five to six hours, from about 6pm until midnight, denied food or water, and denied the opportunity to use a restroom, all without having received any warnings as to her rights.
This seems incredible.
During the first hour of questioning, Lieutenant Iberger searched Nancys vehicle, without her consent
A search incident to arrest--even an unlawful arrest--is perfectly lawful.
Her wallet contained approximately $13,000 in cash, money she was holding to pay tuition that day for her sons college and her daughters Catholic school tuition. Deputy Carlock refused to allow her sons to take her bag, and ordered her to leave it on the front seat of her unlocked vehicle, even after being informed of the value of its contents. When Nancys sons objected, Deputy Carlock threatened to arrest them if they touched it, and ordered them to leave the scene. Not knowing what to do, they left.
Also incredible. If she was being arrested, her personal possessions would have been taken to jail with her and her car would have been towed--particularly since evidence was found in the car, a further search would have been conducted at the police station.
While in her holding cell, Nancy Genovese was interrogated by Suffolk County Undersheriff Caracappa without receiving any warnings as to her rights. Her requests to speak to a lawyer were ignored. Following her interrogation, Undersheriff Caracappa informed her that she was being arrested and charged with terrorism.
Just doesn't seem believeable in any way, shape or form.
The Legal Aid Attorney assigned to Nancy spoke with the Deputy and Undersheriff, and due to the conversation, directly afterwards informed Nancy that he was no longer her attorney, and that he was going to ask the court to place her on suicide watch.
Just can't happen. The judge assigned the legal aid attorney to her case. He can't resign without the judge's permission. This is just false.
There, another woman who identified herself as a nurse administered, without Nancys consent, two injections into Nancys arm.
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