I’d have let him search the bag

A lawsuit accuses police in Euclid, Ohio, of mistaking a colonoscopy bag for a gun, pulling the bag’s owner out of his car, tasing him, and then maliciously charging him with obstructing official business, resisting arrest, and criminal trespass.
It took seven months before the charges against Lamar Wright were dropped, but don’t expect anyone to be punished for what he endured. Even if Wright prevails in his suit—via a jury or, more likely, through a settlement—the prosecutors who abetted the cops by dragging the charges out for more than half a year are highly unlikely to be held accountable themselves.

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10 Responses to I’d have let him search the bag

  1. mark r says:

    Yea, should of put the bag on the counter and gave it a good fist smashing

  2. Smiley says:

    I think it’s “colostomy”…

  3. Bud says:

    time to revive the time honored prank ‘flaming bag of poop on the porch’.

  4. majmike says:

    Thugs with badges.

  5. Whynot says:

    File individual lawsuits against everyone involved…….

    • Jim Bob says:

      Nawww. That kind of crap costs money and probably will never work as well as giving each one involved a bullet.

  6. Where’s Black Lives Matter? Where’s Antifa? Where’s Jesse Jackson?

    A ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

  7. Russ Nixon says:

    When I had my bag, I wanted to get accosted so I could say “wait. the good shit is in here”, then pop it open and spray it around but it never happened. By the way, there is something about the last half-meter or so of the colon that makes shit smell GOOD. What came out of that bag could gag a maggot and make goats vomit.

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