Did you hear his voice crack? So upset and furious he was told no, like a petulant child.I don't see a problem here...the cop didn't get his way so she must be arrested....there must be something we can charge her with....I mean damn, he is the authority
Source is nurse.orgHer nursing license was on the line and she was being threatened with arrest. However, Wubbels rightfully followed hospital policy and advocated on behalf of her unconscious patient. The patient could not consent, was not under arrest, and the officer had no warrant.
She refused to violate the patientâ€™s rights and HIPAA policy. Per hospital policy, blood cannot be drawn from unconscious patients.
All she had to do was comply, but she wanted to do things the hard way. He should have tazed her at least five times for her defiant attitude.I don't see a problem here...the cop didn't get his way so she must be arrested....there must be something we can charge her with....I mean damn, he is the authority
The incident happened 26 July and the only reason we're hearing about it is because it went 'viral'. The LE agencies in involved would likely have been quite content to sweep this under the rug had it not attracted national attention.... Some LEOs have said the whole mess reeks of butt covering by the LEAs involved in the car chase.
Had you been there, what would you have done, if anything? Isn't interference with a cop a crime? What do you think might have happened to you?Even if the arrest was proper, you cannot force another person to do anything like that under threat of arrest. There is no charge.
All of those other "men" stood by and, fearfully, did nothing while he laid hands on her.