A Dash-cam Video Shows Texas Cops Searching Woman's Vagina For 11 Minutes

Submitted by: daegog 1 month ago in News & Politics


The police claim they found 0.02 ounces of weed -- REALLY? Her lawyer calls it 'rape by cop.'

Charnesia Corley (pictured above) is suing the Harris County Sheriff's Office in Texas after newly released dashcam footage shows the gruesome details of her alleged 2015 body cavity search.

The Huffington Post reports that an officer “body slammed Miss Corley, stuck her head underneath the vehicle and completely pulled her pants off, leaving her naked and exposed in that Texaco parking lot,” said Sam Cammack, an attorney for Charnesia Corley. said. “They then took Miss Corley and placed both ankles behind her ears spread eagle position and started to search for something in Miss Corley’s cavity in her vaginal area.”

“That was extreme, to pull my clothes down, in front of people,” Corley can be heard saying on the video after the search. “People were watching. You didn’t see people walking around?”

Cammack made the video public after two Harris County deputies, Ronaldine Pierre and William Strong, were cleared of official oppression by a grand jury earlier this month. They are still with the sheriff’s department. Cammack wants an independent prosecutor to look into the case; a federal civil rights trial is set for January.

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in Miss Corley’s cavity in her vaginal area.

What a weird way to say 'vagina'.
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Male 4,160
Well that is where I keep all my marijuana.
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Male 8,435
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Male 15,187
There are many things US as enforcement can do to fuck people up without proof or due process: seize your property, vehicles and money, beat, pepper spray or taze you, also apparently sexually assault you in public.

I'm sorry, but you're stuck with it. The causes are so deeply systemic that it'd take generations to up right. Police are given extraordinary powers by lawmakers to police crime and avoid being killed. But crime is driven by wealth inequality and availability of guns. Guns are needed by the good because criminals have guns. There's deep prejudice against the underclasses. The system is rigged to make the rich richer and keep the poor powerless. We call it capitalism and the free market and rights, but other countries with capitalism, free markets and rights don't have these problems to this extent.

You're going to downvote this comment like usual, but please just spare a moment to think what big fundamental changes could put things right. Don't just slide into a dark police state without individually and collectively making a difference.
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Male 1,114
Draculya or it could just be, like with any large group of people, there are a few bad apples.  These were obviously bad apples.  That doesn't mean all the police are bad or are what you are describing.  90% of them are stand-up guys who you can count on.  Then you have the 10% that you read about online all the time like this.
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waldo863 "were cleared of official oppression by a grand jury earlier this month." 

Sure the few vs the many but what's to be said for the system that retains knowingly bad apples, and that maintain the same value the many good ones. 
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waldo863 Ah, the 'few bad apples' argument.

Please note that the full saying is "A few bad apples spoils the whole barrel". 

Which is a bigger crime, a bit of weed, or digitally raping a woman in public for the government?
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Male 1,114
barry9a What does which one being the bigger crime have anything to do with?  Also, how was this "digitally" raping?  It was straight up rape, nothing digital about it.  Computers were not used, it was not done over the internet.  This was not "digital" rape, it was real rape.  Obviously, that was much worse.  

The point is though, most police would not have done this.
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waldo863 'Digits' are another word for 'fingers'. 'Digital rape' means the object inserted was fingers.
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Male 3,120
waldo863 What if those 10% are doing wrong but the 90% keep letting them do it and never report them?

Are those 90% still good?
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Male 1,114
daegog If that were true, no, they are not good.  I don't believe that to be the case though.  I know several Texas Peace Officers.  My next door neighbor is City Police.  My neighbor across the street is a County Sheriff.  I worked and hung out with a guy that used to be a Texas Ranger and still hangs out with a lot of Officers from various agencies.  Of all the police I talk to on a monthly basis I do not know a single one who is not just as upset by this kind of asshatery as you or I.  If 90% of them just turned a blind eye, I think at least one of the several I know would be in support of them, but they are not.

Now sure.  That's just anecdotal.  Perhaps every single one of the people I know are part of the small 10% that are left that are "good guys."  I'm just not buying that though.
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Male 3,120
waldo863 Consider for a second, all those cops you know.

If they were doing dirt of some kind; Bribes, bullshit tickets, helping themselves drugs found on traffic stops or whatever:  There is literally no way you would ever know it.

It's not like they will walk up to you and say "Hey, you know how much illegal shit i did today?"

I do not think bad cops wear T-shirts saying they are bad cops.

I know several cops as well, but im not under any naive pretense they aren't doing anything bad/illegal any more or less than anyone else.
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Male 1,114
daegog They certainly are not raping women in the streets though.  I'd see them on local news.
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Male 3,120
waldo863 Perhaps not "in the streets", but i will guess there are at least a few buildings in texas where one can do dirt that isn't "in the streets"
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Male 1,114
daegog So you are telling me that you actually believe because of all the news stories that these kinds of things happen in the majority of cases?  I am kinda confused as to the point you are trying to get across.  I am not denying this stuff happens, but, if you look at the number of arrests made and tickets given for similar offenses compared to the number of times stuff like this happens, you'll easily see it is actually pretty rare.
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Female 7,999
.56 of a gram- a fivers worth. A lump less than the size of a fingernail. IF thats true- which I doubt it is. I'd swallow it if I was that bothered about being caught. 
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Male 3,228
madduck yep, swallow it would be my first thought, especially in Texas...and driving while black...
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Male 1,634
How in the hell are those guys still cops? This is just wrong.
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Male 3,120
To give folks a good point of reference.. a normal cigarette is ROUGHLY 0.7 grams.

They are claiming they found 0.02 grams of weed.  That is the most nonsensical claim i have heard a cop make in a while.
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daegog 0.02 ounces is ~0.06g, so basically they found a joint.

Good thing they apprehended her, too. Because if she continued taking drugs, who knows, she could end up flashing her vag at people in shitty parking lots, and what kind of life is that?
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Male 295
This is when cops need to do whats right and not protect abusers. Badge or not this is wrong. When a strip search is warranted most if not all departments have a strict policy and if they don't they are setting themselves up for a major lawsuit. This doesn't even come close to proper. 
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Male 3,120
taxidriver "this doesn't even come close to proper"... This is rape man.   There is no badge that allow rape (IRS badges perhaps being the exception)
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Male 295
daegog Um yeah that's what I said.
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Male 732
taxidriver But you know, its WEED, man.  The Devil's plant.
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Male 1,439
punko and if she had a keg of beer and $5000 worth of whisky. That's just a party. Move along.
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Male 1,114
squidbush No.  Actually, here in TX, they take that pretty seriously, at least in my city/county.  I've also seen police in my city/county pretty much ignore people smoking pot, as long as they are not obvious about it.  My next door neighbor is SAPD(San Antonio Police Department) and my neighbor across the street is Bexar County Sheriff.  Both know I smoke pot.  I once worked with a guy who used to be a Texas Ranger and he hung out with a bunch of SAPD and Bexar County Sheriff's and they smoked pot together frequently.  Again, that's just my city/county and TX is large and varied, but thought I'd share.

Obviously though, .02g of weed?  There was something else going on there.
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Male 7,806
waldo863 Yea Houston is run by libtards that's why
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