Two women, stopped for a routine traffic violation in Texas, were subjected to public road-side FULL body cavity searches by officer Kellie Helleson. In addition, the two women claim that the officer used the same rubber glove on both the women. The stop was apparently for throwing a cigarette butt out the window; however, the officer was more interested in marijuana that did not exist.
When a formal complaint was filed, using the police video of the assault, as evidence, the Texas Rangers apparently saw nothing wrong with the public cavity search because they have failed to do anything about it. So, the question is, along with the officer, who at the Texas Rangers should possibly now be charged with aiding and abetting a sexual assault? There certainly was no warrant involved.
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