Vampire Cops Arrest Nurse For Refusing to Draw Blood From Unconscious Patient

Chris Menahan
Sep. 02, 2017

Vampire cops in Utah violently arrested an innocent female nurse for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient.

Video of the violent arrest was released on Thursday.

From The Daily Caller:
The incident occurred in late July when Detective Jeff Payne arrived at the Utah hospital asking for blood samples from an injured semi truck driver that had crashed into another vehicle July 26, killing the other driver, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. Payne wanted the blood sample to determine whether the driver was under the influence of any substances during the crash, but nurse Alex Wubbels told him it was illegal for her to draw blood from an unconscious patient without consent or a warrant.
The footage, shot from Payne’s body camera, shows Wubbels on the phone with watch commander Lt. James Tracy, who claims police have “implied consent” from the patient to draw his blood. Wubbels refuses nevertheless. Utah has not had implied consent laws on the books since 2007, according to Wubbels’ attorney.

“I either go away with blood in vials or body in tow,” Payne says.

Wubbels still refuses to comply, at which point Payne announces she is under arrest, which she resists.

Wubbels can be heard yelling, “Help! Help! Somebody help me! Stop! Stop! I did nothing wrong!” as Payne drags her to a patrol car and with two onlooking law enforcement officers.
This is how these sickening forced blood draws go down in other states:

While the government lets gang bangers from the narco-terror states of Mexico and El Salvador flow into America without restriction, American citizens are treated like prisoners.

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