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Don't Appear to Be Clenching Your Buttocks When Pulled Over For Not Coming to a Complete Stop or Be Tortured by Doctors: America, This is Your War on Drugs

Brian Doherty|

Nov. 5, 2013 10:57 am

From the "folks, this is just wrong" department of our War on Drugs, reported by KOB-TV 4 in New Mexico. They are reporting on a lawsuit that arose from an:

incident [that] began January 2, 2013 after David Eckert finished shopping at the Wal-Mart in Deming.  According to a federal lawsuit, Eckert didn't make a complete stop at a stop sign coming out of the parking lot and was immediately stopped by law enforcement.      


Eckert's attorney, Shannon Kennedy, said in an interview with KOB that after law enforcement asked him to step out of the vehicle, he appeared to be clenching his buttocks.  Law enforcement thought that was probable cause to suspect that Eckert was hiding narcotics in his anal cavity.  While officers detained Eckert, they secured a search warrant from a judge that allowed for an anal cavity search.  

The lawsuit claims that Deming Police tried taking Eckert to an emergency room in Deming, but a doctor there refused to perform the anal cavity search citing it was "unethical."

But physicians at the Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City agreed to perform the procedure and a few hours later, Eckert was admitted.

While there...

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.  

Throughout this ordeal, Eckert protested and never gave doctors at the Gila Regional Medical Center consent to perform any of these medical procedures....

There are major concerns about the way the search warrant was carried out.  Kennedy argues that the search warrant was overly broad and lacked probable cause.  But beyond that, the warrant was only valid in Luna County, where Deming is located.  The Gila Regional Medical Center is in Grant County.  That means all of the medical procedures were performed illegally and the doctors who performed the procedures did so with no legal basis and no consent from the patient.  ....

The warrant also had expired in time when the "medical procedures" were carried out. Eckert is suing the city of Deming and Deming Police Officers Bobby Orosco, Robert Chavez and Officer Hernandez, as well as three Hidalgo County Deputies and two doctors from the Gila Regional Medical Center.

The petty legalities of time and place of the carrying out of these hideous tortures will, I hope, be sufficient for Eckert to win his suit. But the entire event is an abomination from beginning to end. If only he could just sue for "police being petty officious donkey rectum morons, and doctors violating their professional standards and all human decency by going along."

I blogged yesterday on military doctors also violating their oaths and decency in the name of orders.

UPDATE: Eckert's lawsuit. And yes: they are trying to bill him for medical services rendered. From the suit: "Defendant Gila Regional has billed Plaintiff for the “services” it provided at the request of law enforcement....Plaintiff still receives medical bills for thousands of dollars for these illegal, invasive and painful medical procedures."


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Stories like this are great for our cause and for total legalization it shows the average American who may be on the fence about drugs in this country that the drug war has finally gone too far and officers are going way beyond the scope of their job the more the merrier sorry for this guys trauma though but his misery will serve our purpose very well.

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not to mention the ever rising occurrence of police brutality, their non compliance with search warrants, jurisdictions, legalities, and civil rights, far more important to me than being allowed to smoke pot. been doing that forever, and I actually felt a lot safer doing it till the day I registered.

When cannabis is legal, these enraged militants will still be oppressing civilians and violating their rights.

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I'm starting to see some commonality with those types.

Just think for a moment about what kind of person would take the job

of humiliating civilians like this, all the while driving right

by those crack houses lining city streets with nothing but a wink and nod,

never forgetting their rubber gloves, or shined billy clubs though, for the

non criminal types.

I agree.


sorry man, I keep thinking of your billy club story.



edit: forgot to quote grassmatch

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I watched Alex Jones interviewing a gentleman who was ex TX le if I remember correctly

(I am unable to find the vid on yt but, think I originally was linked from this site [unable to

locate it here w/ search also :(]), he was explaining how to handle encounters w/ leo and also

explained that the criteria for entering the academy has changed.  They now are looking for

the rogue types that don't 'follow orders' or may even have some 'psych' issues.

This is beyond abominable and really scary.

Marijuana users are easy targets as we all know so... why do any real crime solving when

they can shoot your dog, steal your stuff etc... all in a day of fun for them?

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  • 3 months later...

Seems there were 3 incidents around the same time.


I hope they take a bite out of their asses and their "drug war" assets



full story from quoted portion:



Eckert was pulled over by Deming, New Mexico Officer Bobby Orosco for making a rolling stop at a stop sign as he was leaving a Walmart parking lot. According to a subsequent search warrant, Orosco thought Eckert appeared nervous. A drug dog was called in, which alerted the officer to Eckert's seat. The officer then claims he received a tip from another, unnamed officer that Eckert had previously hidden drugs in his anus. (Eckert apparently has a prior record.) Based on all of this, the police officers were able to get both Deputy District Attorney Daniel Dougherty and a local judge to sign off on all the humiliation that followed. (According to the original report, the hospital then sent him a bill for the "services," and has since threatened to send a collection agency after him).

Days later, a second resident of New Mexico came forward with similar allegations. Timothy Young says that after a traffic stop in October 2012, he too was subjected to x-rays and a digital anal exam without his consent. New Mexico news station KBO-TV was first to report both incidents, which were performed by physicians at the Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City, New Mexico. In both cases, doctors and police failed to find any illegal drugs.

A third alleged victim has since come forward, although this woman says her anal and vaginal searches, x-rays and CAT scans came courtesy of federal border patrol agents, and without a warrant.

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