11.05.2013

Brokeback Traffic Stop as Man Gets Rectal Reaming Over How He Stood

After shopping at a Wal-Mart store, David Eckert failed to make a complete stop at a stop-sign before he pulled into traffic to leave the plaza. He was stopped by police for the infraction.

The officer asked Eckert to step out of the vehicle. At that point, law-enforcement claim they observed that Eckert appeared to be "clenching his buttocks" and that such an observation was grounds for a search for drugs. They also claim then that a drug-sniffing K-9 alerted to the scent of drugs on the car seat. This all became grounds for a judge to sign a warrant, ordering a search of the man's anal cavity.

Police brought their suspect to a medical facility where doctors refused to perform the task, on ethical grounds.

Police then brought their suspect to another facility, in another county, where the search warrant was not valid. That medical facility proceeded with the anal-probing however, over the continued objections of Mr. Eckert.

This is how they performed the search, according to KOB Eyewitness News 4 :

1. Eckert's abdominal area was x-rayed; no narcotics were found.

2. Doctors then performed an exam of Eckert's anus with their fingers; no narcotics were found.

3. Doctors performed a second exam of Eckert's anus with their fingers; no narcotics were found.

4. Doctors penetrated Eckert's anus to insert an enema. Eckert was forced to defecate in front of doctors and police officers. Eckert watched as doctors searched his stool. No narcotics were found.

5. Doctors penetrated Eckert's anus to insert an enema a second time. Eckert was forced to defecate in front of doctors and police officers. Eckert watched as doctors searched his stool. No narcotics were found.

6. Doctors penetrated Eckert's anus to insert an enema a third time. Eckert was forced to defecate in front of doctors and police officers. Eckert watched as doctors searched his stool. No narcotics were found.

7. Doctors then x-rayed Eckert again; no narcotics were found.

8. Doctors prepared Eckert for surgery, sedated him, and then performed a colonoscopy where a scope with a camera was inserted into Eckert's anus, rectum, colon, and large intestines. No narcotics were found.

The Chief of police would not comment on the case, and referred reporters to an attorney. When asked what assurances he could give that people would not be abused or violated by his police officers, the Chief replied simply:

"We follow the law in every aspect and we follow policies and protocols that we have in place." -Chief Brandon Gigante

When reporters tried to get a statement from the medical center that performed the procedures, they did not bother to defend their actions, but simply replied "no comment."

They did however, send Mr. Eckert a bill, and are now threatening to sue him if he does not pay it.

"If the officers in Hidalgo County and the City of Deming are seeking warrants for anal cavity searches based on how they're standing and the warrant allows doctors at the Gila Hospital of Horrors to go in and do enemas and colonoscopies without consent, then anyone can be seized and that's why the public needs to know about this." -Shannon Kennedy, Attorney




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