Law enforcement — November 6, 2013 at 9:03 am

After report of New Mexico man being abducted, sedated & raped by cops, another victim comes forward


It’s time for an intervention

After the revelation that law enforcement agents abducted, sedated, and raped David Eckert after a traffic stop in Deming, New Mexico, KOB4 is reporting another man has come forward with a similar story:

Our investigation reveals another chapter. Another man, another minor traffic violation, another incident with Leo the K-9 and another example of the violation of a man’s body.

Police reports state deputies stopped Timothy Young because he turned without putting his blinker on.

Again, Leo the K-9 alerts on Young’s seat.

Young is taken to the Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City, and just like Eckert, he’s subjected to medical procedures including x-rays of his stomach and an anal exam.

Again, police found nothing, and again the procedures were done without consent, and in a county not covered by the search warrant.

We’ve learned more about that drug dog, Leo, that seems to get it wrong pretty often. He might be getting it wrong because he’s not even certified in New Mexico.

If you take a look at the dog’s certification, the dog did get trained. But his certification to be a drug dog expired in April 2011. K-9s need yearly re-certification courses, and Leo is falling behind.

The Deming City Police Department and the Hidalgo Couty Sheriff Department need to be investigated by the federal government NOW. They appear to have abducted and raped two men now, both during routine traffic stops and, in both cases, without finding drugs either in the men’s vehicles, in their possession, or in their bodies.

This is beyond outrageous. It is an assault on our sensibilities and it goes against our entire American value system.

The good news is that the doctors who raped David Eckert may soon lose their medical licenses. That should be only the beginning for them with the end result that they go to prison.

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