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Nurse arrested for not violating patient's rights
« on: Sep 01, 2017, 08:13:45 pm »
 

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‘This is crazy,’ sobs Utah hospital nurse as cop roughs her up, arrests her for doing her job

https://washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/09/01/this-is-crazy-sobs-utah-hospital-nurse-as-cop-roughs-her-up-arrests-her-for-doing-her-job/



By all accounts, the head nurse at the University of Utah Hospital’s burn unit was professional and restrained when she told a Salt Lake City police detective he wasn’t allowed to draw blood from a badly injured patient.

The detective didn’t have a warrant, first off. And the patient wasn’t conscious, so he couldn’t give consent. Without that, the detective was barred from collecting blood samples — not just by hospital policy, but by basic constitutional law.

Still, Detective Jeff Payne insisted that he be let in to take the blood, saying the nurse would be arrested and charged if she refused.

Nurse Alex Wubbels politely stood her ground. She got her supervisor on the phone so Payne could hear the decision loud and clear. “Sir,” said the supervisor, “you’re making a huge mistake because you’re threatening a nurse.”

Payne snapped. He seized hold of the nurse, shoved her out of the building and cuffed her hands behind her back. A bewildered Wubbels screamed “help me” and “you’re assaulting me” as the detective forced her into an unmarked car and accused her of interfering with an investigation.

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https://washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/09/01/this-is-crazy-sobs-utah-hospital-nurse-as-cop-roughs-her-up-arrests-her-for-doing-her-job/




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Thank you 2Revolutions for reporting this despicable incident.




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Re: Nurse arrested for not violating patient's rights
« Reply #2 on: Sep 14, 2017, 06:01:45 pm »
 

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30 minutes video of body cam of Jeff Payne














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« Reply #3 on: Sep 14, 2017, 07:15:18 pm »
 

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Follow up to story.  Quickest police investigation I have seen in my lifetime.  The consequences for the two officers who had little regard for rights of the nurse or the rights of the trucker driver has not been decided yet.

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Internal affairs investigation finds police officers who arrested nurse violated a number of department policies

https://sltrib.com/news/2017/09/13/slc-mayor-to-announce-findings-of-investigations-into-police-officers-who-arrested-nurse/

An internal affairs investigation into two Salt Lake City police officers involved in the arrest of a University Hospital nurse has found several department policies were violated during the July 26 confrontation.

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski announced the investigation findings Wednesday in a news conference at City Hall. In addition, she discussed a recently-completed review by the city’s independent Police Civilian Review Board, which also found the officers violated department policies.

Detective Jeff Payne and his watch commander, Lt. James Tracy, now have 20 days to respond to the internal affairs investigation, after which Chief Mike Brown will use the reports to make a decision on the officers’ future.

Tracy and Payne could face consequences as severe as termination by the department. A criminal investigation into the incident also continues, involving the Unified Police Department, the FBI and the Salt Lake County District Attorney’s Office.

“The events of July 26 have certainly shaken our community,” said an apologetic Biskupski. “They have strained the trust we have built between the public and the police department. Many of us have been left wondering how this could possibly have happened.”

More at link  (internal affairs investigations embedded into article) http://www.sltrib.com/news/2017/09/13/slc-mayor-to-announce-findings-of-investigations-into-police-officers-who-arrested-nurse/



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« Reply #4 on: Sep 15, 2017, 08:35:08 am »
 

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Whistle-Blower former Cop Exposes Brutal Nurse Arrest

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Published on 7 Sep 2017

Good Cop Exposes How Nurse Arrest Was Inevitable, SLC Police Forced to Make 5 Arrests a Day
A former SLC cop just blew the lid off the nurse assault by exposing how their officers are forced to make 5 arrests a day.













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It appears that this story involves alleged corruption in the Salt Lake City, Utah Police department.,
if we are to believe the whistler-blower cop.

No wonder the FBI has been called in .

Thanks, 2Revolutions, for keeping this story alive.



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« Reply #6 on: Sep 15, 2017, 03:35:22 pm »
 

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I am guessing one of the reasons that the investigation was done so quickly was to limit the press and people into looking deeper into Salt Lake City Police department.  Unfortunately, the FBI or Justice Department being called does not give me hope.



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« Reply #7 on: Oct 16, 2017, 09:50:51 am »
 

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Some good news

https://cnn.com/2017/10/11/health/utah-officer-fired-after-nurse-arrest/index.html

Utah officer fired for forcibly handcuffing nurse who defied him

A Utah police officer has been fired after he forcibly arrested a nurse who refused to let him draw blood from an unconscious patient in July.

A police body camera recorded the July 26 arrest of Alex Wubbels, a nurse at the University of Utah's hospital burn unit.

In the police video of the incident, Detective Jeff Payne handcuffed Wubbels and placed her in a police car when she refused to allow officers to obtain a blood sample from a crash victim at the hospital without a warrant. Wubbels screamed for him to stop as he forced her out of the door and dragged her to a police car.

More at link --> http://www.cnn.com/2017/10/11/health/utah-officer-fired-after-nurse-arrest/index.html



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He should be charged with aggravated assault or w/e applies in Utah. She was victimized by threats of violence.  >:(

Being a "policy enforcer" is no excuse. Equal under the law? Ha HA hahaha what a joke



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