Boulder County Sheriff’s Office sued after video shows inmate being tasered while strapped down


MFP Commentary:

This is how Blue ISIS acts in your town.  (I know from over 50 years of experience with them)The  so called “Christians” in the churches seem to support this evil without reservation. Christity IMHO has become a mental disorder that does  not know the difference between right and wrong.

“Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!” (Isaiah 5:20).

When things like this happen to someone 99.9% of the time they can do nothing to seek justice because “modern christians”  seem to be perfectly fine with the government created monopoly of the legal “BAR” that most people can never ever afford.  In my personal life in dozens of crimes committed against me by the state I have not had the funds to hire one of the monopolists (lawyers)  even once to help me seek justice…..not once.  The FACT of the matter is that for the common person there is ZERO access to any form of justice or the legal system and it’s going to reach a head sooner or later.
FWIW the “milita” used to be our protection against such tyranny.  No longer.  Americans are stupid enough to have let it die on the vine.

“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.” ~JFK

 ~MFP


BOULDER, Colo. — The Boulder County sheriff and five deputies are named in an excessive force lawsuit after an inmate was tasered even though she was already in a restraint chair with her hands strapped behind her back and her head covered with a spit hood.

Lauren Gotthelf filed the federal lawsuit Tuesday morning for an incident that occurred Nov. 25, 2017.

The 34-year-old was ticketed by a Boulder police officer for smoking on the Pearl Street Mall and allowing her service dog to be off-leash. When Gotthelf refused to sign the summons, she was taken to the Boulder County Jail.

Once at the jail, Sgt. Chris Reiss can be heard on body cam footage telling Gotthelf, “Based on your suicide statements, you’re going on suicide watch.”

Gotthelf is heard denying she made any suicidal statements but there is no body cam that recorded what she may have said moments earlier, only the interaction between her and deputies that followed.

“You guys are nuts,” is what Gotthelf is heard saying to deputies when told she has to strip and put on a suicide smock. At one point, Gotthelf told deputies that she should be taken to a hospital if they believed she was a suicide risk.

“You’re not going to a hospital, you’re going on a suicide protocol,” Reiss responded.

Suicide protocol often means placing the inmate in isolation with a smock so he or she cannot harm themself….Read More

 

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