15-Yr-Old Says Cop Ordered Her To Undress, Examined Her Privates To "Check" Whether She Had Sex"I need you to spread your legs wider so I can see."
Chris | InformationLiberation
Jul. 02, 2012
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Fourty-six-year-old Juan De Los Rios is not a forensic gynecologist, he's an 18-year-veteran police officer and a captain of the Miramar police department in Florida. Yet, after he stumbled upon a car with two young people talking to one another in the back seat, he decided to take on the role of the former, ordering the 15-year-old girl he came across to disrobe, then examining her privates in extreme detail with a flashlight to "check" to see if she had had sex.
Via the Miami Herald:
According to the arrest affidavit, the girl was sitting in the back of a car with a 19-year-old friend parked in the back lot of a business plaza in Miramar after school on Jan. 18, when a man approached the car and looked at them through the window.Despite her fear, the girl eventually confessed what happened to her sister, who went and told her mother.
Fortunately, a surveillance video camera at a CVS which caught the incident on film corroborated the girl and her friend's statements.
The police captain has been suspended without pay and is now facing potentially up to 15 years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine. It will be interesting to see how severe his punishment is, considering his years of "service."
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