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Jail, Pressure, and Shower: uld be used "to temporarily incapacitate a threatening person, and to give the officers lved momentary advantage and a chance to neutralize the threat-not to cause pain to force pliance with facility rules or to make an example out of the prisoner" Hickey v Reeder, 12 754, 758 (8th Cir. 1993). Gratuitous or excessive use of an electronic control device ates "a clearly established constitutional right" to be free from the disproportionate use of e. See Landis v. Baker, 297 F. Appx 453. 463 (6th Cir. 2008). We have identified incidents where Boyd County correctional officers use electronic rol devices when they are not necessary to restore order and when prisoners are not atening. As illustrated by the examples below, such force causes significant pain and ates the Constitution because it is gratuitous and not necessary to address an immediate threat e safety of officers or others. See id: MeDowell Rogers, 863 F.2d 1302. 1306-07 (6th Cir 8) (uses of force that are provoked and unnecessary may he constitutional line). les from our investigation of uses of electronic control devices in a mmner that violates Constitution include A female pre-trial detainee who refused a male Captain's order to leave a s was pepper-sprayed and then removed from the shower by four correctional officers. After the correctional officers had placed the naked woman face down on the floor, they tased her four times: twice in her back, and once on each of her legs. When the woman attempted to return to the shower to wash off the initial burst of pepper spray, the correctional officers again pulled her from the shower This time, they placed her on her back-s naked. As she lay on her back, one correctional officer grabbed her right leg, another grabbed her left leg, and a thi ed pepper spray into her vagina.2 prisoner in a restraint chair, who was calm enough to be released to use the bathroom, verbally refused to re-submit to the restraints. He was immediatel tased twice, even though he was not posing a threat to himself or othe Correctional officers did not attempt any other means to control the prisoner A .male prisoner was tased by an officer upon intake simply because the prisoner said that he could not remove his wedding band, which he had been wearing for 20 years. Even after being tased, he s was unable to remove his wedding band. Similarly, the Jail uses pepper spray as a first response to non-threatening behavior in a ner that is excessive and violates prisoners constitutional rights. See Roberson v. Torres. F.3d 398. 406 (6th Cir. 2014) (ruling that officer who deployed pepper spray as a first onse without attempting less intrusive means was not entitled to qualified immunity); see Williams v. Cur, 631 F.3d 380 (6th Cir. 2011) (plaintiff sufficiently stated an Eighth endment claim for use of excessive force when he alleged that after asking a question in onse to a deputy's command, the deputy and a squad of officers deployed pepper spray) arly established that "putting exceptional pressure on a Iprisoner's) back while that Iprisonerl is in a face- prone position," not to mention then using chemical munitions in the prisoner's genitals, constitutes ssive force."Landis v. Baker.297 F. App'x at 464 (quoting Champion v. Outlook Nashville, Inc.. 380 F.3d 893. 03 (6th Cir. 2004)) A DOJ report for a jail fairly close to where I live. Absolute scum.
Jail, Pressure, and Shower: uld be used "to temporarily incapacitate a threatening person, and to give the officers
 lved momentary advantage and a chance to neutralize the threat-not to cause pain to force
 pliance with facility rules or to make an example out of the prisoner" Hickey v Reeder, 12
 754, 758 (8th Cir. 1993). Gratuitous or excessive use of an electronic control device
 ates "a clearly established constitutional right" to be free from the disproportionate use of
 e. See Landis v. Baker, 297 F. Appx 453. 463 (6th Cir. 2008).
 We have identified incidents where Boyd County correctional officers use electronic
 rol devices when they are not necessary to restore order and when prisoners are not
 atening. As illustrated by the examples below, such force causes significant pain and
 ates the Constitution because it is gratuitous and not necessary to address an immediate threat
 e safety of officers or others. See id: MeDowell Rogers, 863 F.2d 1302. 1306-07 (6th Cir
 8) (uses of force that are
 provoked and unnecessary may
 he constitutional line).
 les from our investigation of uses of electronic control devices in a mmner that violates
 Constitution include
 A female pre-trial detainee who refused a male Captain's order to leave a s
 was pepper-sprayed and then removed from the shower by four correctional
 officers. After the correctional officers had placed the naked woman face down
 on the floor, they tased her four times: twice in her back, and once on each of her
 legs. When the woman attempted to return to the shower to wash off the initial
 burst of pepper spray, the correctional officers again pulled her from the shower
 This time, they placed her on her back-s naked. As she lay on her back, one
 correctional officer grabbed her right leg, another grabbed her left leg, and a thi
 ed pepper spray into her vagina.2
 prisoner in a restraint chair, who was calm enough to be released to use the
 bathroom, verbally refused to re-submit to the restraints. He was immediatel
 tased twice, even though he was not posing a threat to himself or othe
 Correctional officers did not attempt any other means to control the prisoner
 A
 .male prisoner was tased by an officer upon intake simply because the prisoner
 said that he could not remove his wedding band, which he had been wearing for
 20 years. Even after being tased, he s was unable to remove his wedding band.
 Similarly, the Jail uses pepper spray as a first response to non-threatening behavior in a
 ner that is excessive and violates prisoners constitutional rights. See Roberson v. Torres.
 F.3d 398. 406 (6th Cir. 2014) (ruling that officer who deployed pepper spray as a first
 onse without attempting less intrusive means was not entitled to qualified immunity); see
 Williams v. Cur, 631 F.3d 380 (6th Cir. 2011) (plaintiff sufficiently stated an Eighth
 endment claim for use of excessive force when he alleged that after asking a question in
 onse to a deputy's command, the deputy and a squad of officers deployed pepper spray)
 arly established that "putting exceptional pressure on a Iprisoner's) back while that Iprisonerl is in a face-
 prone position," not to mention then using chemical munitions in the prisoner's genitals, constitutes
 ssive force."Landis v. Baker.297 F. App'x at 464 (quoting Champion v. Outlook Nashville, Inc.. 380 F.3d 893.
 03 (6th Cir. 2004))
A DOJ report for a jail fairly close to where I live. Absolute scum.

A DOJ report for a jail fairly close to where I live. Absolute scum.

Jail, Politics, and Pressure: uld be used "to temporarily incapacitate a threatening person, and to give the officers lved momentary advantage and a chance to neutralize the threat-not to cause pain to force pliance with facility rules or to make an example out of the prisoner" Hickey v Reeder, 12 754, 758 (8th Cir. 1993). Gratuitous or excessive use of an electronic control device ates "a clearly established constitutional right" to be free from the disproportionate use of e. See Landis v. Baker, 297 F. Appx 453. 463 (6th Cir. 2008). We have identified incidents where Boyd County correctional officers use electronic rol devices when they are not necessary to restore order and when prisoners are not atening. As illustrated by the examples below, such force causes significant pain and ates the Constitution because it is gratuitous and not necessary to address an immediate threat e safety of officers or others. See id: MeDowell Rogers, 863 F.2d 1302. 1306-07 (6th Cir 8) (uses of force that are provoked and unnecessary may he constitutional line). les from our investigation of uses of electronic control devices in a mmner that violates Constitution include A female pre-trial detainee who refused a male Captain's order to leave a s was pepper-sprayed and then removed from the shower by four correctional officers. After the correctional officers had placed the naked woman face down on the floor, they tased her four times: twice in her back, and once on each of her legs. When the woman attempted to return to the shower to wash off the initial burst of pepper spray, the correctional officers again pulled her from the shower This time, they placed her on her back-s naked. As she lay on her back, one correctional officer grabbed her right leg, another grabbed her left leg, and a thi ed pepper spray into her vagina.2 prisoner in a restraint chair, who was calm enough to be released to use the bathroom, verbally refused to re-submit to the restraints. He was immediatel tased twice, even though he was not posing a threat to himself or othe Correctional officers did not attempt any other means to control the prisoner A .male prisoner was tased by an officer upon intake simply because the prisoner said that he could not remove his wedding band, which he had been wearing for 20 years. Even after being tased, he s was unable to remove his wedding band. Similarly, the Jail uses pepper spray as a first response to non-threatening behavior in a ner that is excessive and violates prisoners constitutional rights. See Roberson v. Torres. F.3d 398. 406 (6th Cir. 2014) (ruling that officer who deployed pepper spray as a first onse without attempting less intrusive means was not entitled to qualified immunity); see Williams v. Cur, 631 F.3d 380 (6th Cir. 2011) (plaintiff sufficiently stated an Eighth endment claim for use of excessive force when he alleged that after asking a question in onse to a deputy's command, the deputy and a squad of officers deployed pepper spray) arly established that "putting exceptional pressure on a Iprisoner's) back while that Iprisonerl is in a face- prone position," not to mention then using chemical munitions in the prisoner's genitals, constitutes ssive force."Landis v. Baker.297 F. App'x at 464 (quoting Champion v. Outlook Nashville, Inc.. 380 F.3d 893. 03 (6th Cir. 2004)) You: "I only pay attention to national politics." Your county sheriff:
Jail, Politics, and Pressure: uld be used "to temporarily incapacitate a threatening person, and to give the officers
 lved momentary advantage and a chance to neutralize the threat-not to cause pain to force
 pliance with facility rules or to make an example out of the prisoner" Hickey v Reeder, 12
 754, 758 (8th Cir. 1993). Gratuitous or excessive use of an electronic control device
 ates "a clearly established constitutional right" to be free from the disproportionate use of
 e. See Landis v. Baker, 297 F. Appx 453. 463 (6th Cir. 2008).
 We have identified incidents where Boyd County correctional officers use electronic
 rol devices when they are not necessary to restore order and when prisoners are not
 atening. As illustrated by the examples below, such force causes significant pain and
 ates the Constitution because it is gratuitous and not necessary to address an immediate threat
 e safety of officers or others. See id: MeDowell Rogers, 863 F.2d 1302. 1306-07 (6th Cir
 8) (uses of force that are
 provoked and unnecessary may
 he constitutional line).
 les from our investigation of uses of electronic control devices in a mmner that violates
 Constitution include
 A female pre-trial detainee who refused a male Captain's order to leave a s
 was pepper-sprayed and then removed from the shower by four correctional
 officers. After the correctional officers had placed the naked woman face down
 on the floor, they tased her four times: twice in her back, and once on each of her
 legs. When the woman attempted to return to the shower to wash off the initial
 burst of pepper spray, the correctional officers again pulled her from the shower
 This time, they placed her on her back-s naked. As she lay on her back, one
 correctional officer grabbed her right leg, another grabbed her left leg, and a thi
 ed pepper spray into her vagina.2
 prisoner in a restraint chair, who was calm enough to be released to use the
 bathroom, verbally refused to re-submit to the restraints. He was immediatel
 tased twice, even though he was not posing a threat to himself or othe
 Correctional officers did not attempt any other means to control the prisoner
 A
 .male prisoner was tased by an officer upon intake simply because the prisoner
 said that he could not remove his wedding band, which he had been wearing for
 20 years. Even after being tased, he s was unable to remove his wedding band.
 Similarly, the Jail uses pepper spray as a first response to non-threatening behavior in a
 ner that is excessive and violates prisoners constitutional rights. See Roberson v. Torres.
 F.3d 398. 406 (6th Cir. 2014) (ruling that officer who deployed pepper spray as a first
 onse without attempting less intrusive means was not entitled to qualified immunity); see
 Williams v. Cur, 631 F.3d 380 (6th Cir. 2011) (plaintiff sufficiently stated an Eighth
 endment claim for use of excessive force when he alleged that after asking a question in
 onse to a deputy's command, the deputy and a squad of officers deployed pepper spray)
 arly established that "putting exceptional pressure on a Iprisoner's) back while that Iprisonerl is in a face-
 prone position," not to mention then using chemical munitions in the prisoner's genitals, constitutes
 ssive force."Landis v. Baker.297 F. App'x at 464 (quoting Champion v. Outlook Nashville, Inc.. 380 F.3d 893.
 03 (6th Cir. 2004))
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 8:30 PM
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 Save up to $119 on MacBook Airs and $248 on MacBook Pros: Mac Pricing Guide updated July 18th. (Find the best price on Macs)
 Monday, July 18, 2011
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 Appieinsider
 45 PM
 Apple set to release Lion, new MacBook Airs as soon as Wednesday
 Seagate
 By Nel Hughes
 Appleinsider
 408 PM
 Introducing new
 GoFlex hard
 drives for Mac"
 Apple as early as Wednesday will launch two highly anticipated prroducts: Mac OS x
 10.7 Lion and new Thunderbolt-equipped MacBook Airs, Applelnsider has leamed.
 Bid: $85.78
 According to people with proven track records who would be in a position
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 product launches are set to occur later this week. Specifically, one person said the products
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 Wednesday et a-an Fe
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 models with backlit keyboards and Thunderbolt ports would launch the
 week of July 21
 Department Stores are
 QuiBids
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 Those details were reaffirmed late last week in a separate report that corroborated other
 Appleinsiden
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 details, including the fact that Apple is expected to do away with the entry-level 64GB solid-
 For Mac
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 state flash hard drive option. Instead, the new MacBook Airs are expected to have a
 minimum of 128GB in capacity.
 Related Appleinsider articles:
 The new notebooks, according to Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, are also
 Leaked images show Apple's new Thunderbolt LED.
 systems to better run Mac OSX 10.7 Lion, Apple's next-generation operating system, also
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