Trooper Fired For Cavity Searching Women In Bikinis Driving Back From Beach Reinstated, 'Was Just Following Orders'Chris | InformationLiberation
Aug. 10, 2013
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Trooper Jennie Bui was just "following the orders of a senior officer" when she inserted her fingers into two womens' privates in two outrageously invasive body cavity searches on the side of the highway, so Texas Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw gave her her job back.
While "I was just following orders" was found to be an indefensible position during the Nuremberg Trials after World War II, when it comes to the Texas DPS, knowing you will blindly follow any order no matter how criminal makes you more than qualified for the job.
From the Dallas Mourning News:
Department of Public Safety Director Steven McCraw reinstated a female officer who was sued and placed before a grand jury after she conducted a body cavity search on two females stopped for speeding.Video report from KHOU:
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