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Posted: 10/24/2013 3:54:10 AM EST
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Bien-Aime said she told the officers she had to call her supervisor first before letting them in a secure area. Minutes later, she handed one officer the phone with her supervisor on the line.

"When she got on the phone all she said was 'we fixing to bust one of your nurses,'" Bien-Aime said.

In the video, an officer is seen reaching over the door, unlocking it and running toward her. The other officers follow suit and in seconds, they threw her to the ground and she was handcuffed. Then, two officers dragged her out of the nurse station and one of the officers hit her on the back.
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Link Posted: 10/24/2013 3:57:04 AM EST
Apparently the area wasn't as secure as was thought.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 3:57:21 AM EST
This should be good.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 3:59:25 AM EST
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They always are.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:00:58 AM EST
As far as I can tell SummitRidge Hospital is a private mental health care facility. Did the cops have a warrant?
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:01:10 AM EST
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Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:01:11 AM EST
Running theme......


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Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:02:37 AM EST
What. The. Fuck.

They were there to arrest a patient for a crime they did not witness.

No warrant for arrest.

Nurse says she needs to get her supervisor.

They face-plant her and arrest her.

All the officers should be fired. Officer Fat-Ass P. Sugarcookie needs to be charged with assault and battery.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:02:41 AM EST
Stupid video won't play for me.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:02:57 AM EST
Isolated incident. I'm sure the nurse wasn't properly reverential 'n stuff. Don't know the whole story, but this may have been a meeting of two opposing alpha "males". Some nurses are as bad as JBT cops when it comes to them demanding respect and being territorial on their turf. Not excusing the cop..... just saying. (the above opinions comes from a 40 y.o. male nurse who works with WAY too many alpha female/bitchy female nurses).

AV1611
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:04:55 AM EST
Don't judge all cops by the actions of a few.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:05:21 AM EST
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I don't see a problem with arresting her.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:05:41 AM EST

Oh dear!

There has got to be more to this story! My wife was driving 14 over in a notorious speed trap area, got lit up, and the cop noticed her uniform. "Nah... not even gonna write you a warning. I might see you at work sometime later on. Please slow down."
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:08:19 AM EST
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Originally Posted By DarkNite:
As far as I can tell SummitRidge Hospital is a private mental health care facility. Did the cops have a warrant?
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The video news report showed the incident report and it stated they had a warrant.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:09:44 AM EST
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Originally Posted By AV1611:
Isolated incident. I'm sure the nurse wasn't properly reverential 'n stuff. Don't know the whole story, but this may have been a meeting of two opposing alpha "males". Some nurses are as bad as JBT cops when it comes to them demanding respect and being territorial on their turf. Not excusing the cop..... just saying. (the above opinions comes from a 40 y.o. male nurse who works with WAY too many alpha female/bitchy female nurses).

AV1611
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Cops are usually pretty nice to nurses. They like us and we like them.

That video is all kinds of fucked up. What kind of hospital is this that 5 uniformed police officers can make it all the way to the nurse's station at 2am without attracting the attention of hospital security, the OA, and a gaggle of nurses and RTs?

Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:09:58 AM EST
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Originally Posted By maximumj:
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But I have yet to see a video where an officer was doing something wrong and other officers stepped in to stop him.
I have seen tons of videos where an officer was doing something wrong and other officers joined in with him
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:10:01 AM EST
Hope the nurse is ok.

The us vs. them mentality really needs to go.

Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:10:55 AM EST
She's fixin' to get paid.

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Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:11:20 AM EST
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Originally Posted By DarkNite:
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In the video , it says they had a warrant. Nurse thought her power trip was bigger and got proved wrong....
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:11:26 AM EST
I am in.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:13:07 AM EST
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Originally Posted By RevolverRO:
What. The. Fuck.

They were there to arrest a patient for a crime they did not witness.

No warrant for arrest.

Nurse says she needs to get her supervisor.

They face-plant her and arrest her.

All the officers should be fired. Officer Fat-Ass P. Sugarcookie needs to be charged with assault and battery.
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The TV station website with the video has a link to the arrest report. The arrest report states that an officer left the hospital and returned with an arrest warrant. On the other hand, the report doesn't mention anything about a phone call with the nurse's supervisor (which clearly happened as it's on the video).

edited to add: it's a mental hospital. One of the male patients groped one of the female patients.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:13:09 AM EST
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Originally Posted By sts900:


In the video , it says they had a warrant. Nurse thought her power trip was bigger and got proved wrong....
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Originally Posted By sts900:
Originally Posted By DarkNite:
As far as I can tell SummitRidge Hospital is a private mental health care facility. Did the cops have a warrant?


In the video , it says they had a warrant. Nurse thought her power trip was bigger and got proved wrong....


I'm not a certified bad-ass, but I would call my supervisor first too even if the cops produced a warrant.

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Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:14:52 AM EST
So the patient was in (presumably) a lock down ward?

Any reason the Police couldn't wait for (or call for) a nursing supervisor? Barring them having a reasonable suspicion that the person they were there to arrest was going to assault someone else...they weren't going anywhere.

(And I acknowledge that we only have the plantiff's side of the story as presented by her lawyer...who has a vested financial interest in how the story is spun).

If the Police from a different department had shown up at your jail with an arrest warrant for a current prisoner, would you be justified in checking on protocol? Would they be justified in doing the same thing as they did to the nurse to you?
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:15:04 AM EST
A nurse? A cop? Handcuffs?

Rough sex. Somebody forgot the "safe word". Nothing to see here, move on.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:17:17 AM EST
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Originally Posted By maximumj:
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you're right...i judge the entire group on the actions of the many.

....still the same outcome of judgement as judging by the actions of the few.

i have yet to meet a police officer who didn't have some kind of extreme superiority complex.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:18:49 AM EST
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As long as all of the officers involved went home safe and didn't feel threatened, that's all that matters. Only the best wear the badge, only the best.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:19:52 AM EST
No right to delay the officers attempting to serve an arrest warrant. The nurse should be charged with obstruction.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:22:04 AM EST
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Originally Posted By maximumj:
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Why not?
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:24:39 AM EST
Cops fighting nurses? Hey, it's not like they're picking on a normal person.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:26:35 AM EST
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But I have yet to see a video where an officer was doing something wrong and other officers stepped in to stop him.
I have seen tons of videos where an officer was doing something wrong and other officers joined in with him
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Originally Posted By THOF:
Originally Posted By maximumj:
Don't judge all cops by the actions of a few.


But I have yet to see a video where an officer was doing something wrong and other officers stepped in to stop him.
I have seen tons of videos where an officer was doing something wrong and other officers joined in with him




This.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:27:49 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Tim_the_enchanter:
No right to delay the officers attempting to serve an arrest warrant. The nurse should be charged with obstruction.
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Not when it is a mental facility
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:28:53 AM EST
We're not in Haiti anymore, nurse.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:34:25 AM EST
Did the dag make it?
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:34:41 AM EST
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Originally Posted By maximumj:
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Lol

A@aaaaaaaahahahajaj

Oh wait... were you being serious?
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:37:19 AM EST
Wow. How about, "Alright, you go ahead and call your supervisor. Where's the coffee pot? We'll wait on her."?

How does it seem like a good idea to man handle a nurse at the desk? All five of them needs to be to fired, and charged appropriately.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:37:51 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Tim_the_enchanter:
No right to delay the officers attempting to serve an arrest warrant. The nurse should be charged with obstruction.
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So you agree with the actions of the officers?
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:38:53 AM EST
i'll just toss this out there...


she didn't play the race card. hmm. not saying she's in the right just saying she didn't resort to playing it.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:39:15 AM EST
I think I probably would've approached that in a different manner.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:39:23 AM EST
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In.

Link to the incident report.

The video shows the female officer take the phone and speak into it. From the info in the article, it certainly looks like the nurse was not obstructing at all, but simply following the rules she was trained to follow. That she put officers in contact with her supervisor tells me that she was working with the police.

Of course, the incident report leaves all of this out and just lists a bunch of accusations of her speaking to them in a tone that they didn't appreciate. It's interesting to watch video of the incident, then read how the responding officers wrote it up. A lot of those guys could have shining careers in mainstream journalism, or at least make a good go of reporting for the Weekly World News.

I imagine that, had Officer Twitchy not let himself into the room and decked the nurse, the police could have simply talked to the supervisor, left with their suspect and allowed a freaking hospital to operate according to its protocols. Instead, all five officers, who were sent to pick up a suspected sexual criminal, decided to create and arrest another criminal instead of doing what they came to the hospital to do. Brilliant police work.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:40:36 AM EST
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for those of you who don't want to watch a tiny video

(note... advertisement before the video. is that the "Meow" guy from SuperTroopers?)
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:41:32 AM EST
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Why not?
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Don't judge all cops by the actions of a few.


Why not?



Cause you wouldnt want all people to judge gun owners by the actions of the psychos that shoot up schools right? Not all cops are bad, but some definitely are.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:43:54 AM EST
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Originally Posted By JI603:
We're not in Haiti anymore, nurse.
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Haiti? Fuck, she'd be in prison right now with a car battery on her woman parts. They be Ton Ton Macoute'n her ass!
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:44:22 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Tim_the_enchanter:
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Even when the target of the warrant is already in a secure detention facility, and the delay is to get a supervisor to okay letting the cops into the secure facility?

If I were a betting man, I'd bet that the administrative rules of the state of GA require her to notify the on-duty director before letting anyone in. If that's "obstruction"...
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:46:01 AM EST
Originally Posted By jeffco55:
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Bien-Aime said she told the officers she had to call her supervisor first before letting them in a secure area. Minutes later, she handed one officer the phone with her supervisor on the line.

"When she got on the phone all she said was 'we fixing to bust one of your nurses,'" Bien-Aime said.

In the video, an officer is seen reaching over the door, unlocking it and running toward her. The other officers follow suit and in seconds, they threw her to the ground and she was handcuffed. Then, two officers dragged her out of the nurse station and one of the officers hit her on the back.
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really?

she thought she was in charge.
turns out she wasn't.

but she has her attorney and her lawsuit all ready to go.

lets hear some audio of the conversation that happened.
I bet she got plenty of warning.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:47:04 AM EST
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Seems pretty straight forward. Officers there to serve warrant or investigate a serious felony and nurse obstructs and impedes their ability. Then flees to nurses station and locks herself inside. I'm confident they warned her repeatedly and it sounds like tried to reason with her but she didn't get it. So she goes to jail and being that we can't see all of the video, it wouldn't surprise me if her resisting had a great deal with her being tasered. Hospital policy does not trump state law.

But please don't let logic and common sense impair the anti-cop gang bang which is GD.

Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:47:24 AM EST
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Your statement is too stupid to be the law. If she took 30 seconds to process the request in her brain, look at the warrant and buzz them in, is that an arrestable offense? After all, she did delay them by 30 seconds, which under your rule would be arrestable. I think the standard is probably whether the delay was unreasonable given the circumstances. Making them wait a couple minutes while she called a supervisor isn't what most people would call unreasonable, especially when the person being arrested is in a locked mental facility and isn't going anywhere.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:47:26 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Tim_the_enchanter:
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Rofl. Describe the last job you had that revolved around maintaining a secure area.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:48:05 AM EST
Two things.....one I worked part time at a state mental facility. Hospital policy was that all officers had to contact security and campus police prior to coming to arrest any of our patients. They were required to be escorted by Campus PD before entering patient care areas. And our nursing staff and security would bring the patient to "secure" (out of patient common areas) area to be placed under arrest.

Two, if that was my wife that was treated like that I would own that police department.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:48:45 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Tim_the_enchanter:
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I tend to agree, based on the story as presented. I do question the method that her arrest was affected though. What ever happened to "you're under arrest, turn and face away placing your hands behind your back"......

There just seems to be a whole lot of dynamic arrests going on lately.....I wasn't there but if I was on a jury, based on the video, I'd be hard pressed not view this as brutality.
Link Posted: 10/24/2013 4:48:48 AM EST
She got fucked by the long dick of the law.
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