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    Prisoner dies as officers watch porn

    Had Goonboss been there , guy might be drunk right now. What a shame.

    It seems that being slammed in the drunk tank was nothing new for 39-year-old Lloyd Butler, but the most recent times was a bit different. Apparently triggered by his alcohol addiction, Butler suffered a fatal heart attack while officers were just feet away watching porn.

    Mr. Butler was brought in to the station after appearing drunk and had reportedly collapsed once there. Instead of seeking him medical treatment however, officers tossed him in a cell to sober up.

    During that time, three guards were caught on surveillance video tape, “laughing, joking and swearing,” while huddled around a computer screen. At that time, the men were said to have been surfing, “inappropriate websites, including one where ‘women were offering sex’.”
    While in his cell, Butler’s cardiac arrest, having not been properly treated, resulted in his lonesome demise.
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    When you take a person into custody, he loses all power.

    I'm not going to excuse the officers behavior.
    I'm a little envious that they have internet access.

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    We're not going to get every crook that has a heart problem. Sorry. We're not. I've saved more than one crook, and,
    have had more than one die.

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    Weirdest part of this is that three dudes were watching porn together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob19 View Post
    Weirdest part of this is that three dudes were watching porn together.
    Circle jerk? Ookie Cookie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoonBoss View Post
    When you take a person into custody, he loses all power.

    I'm not going to excuse the officers behavior.
    I'm a little envious that they have internet access.[COLOR="Silver"]
    Yeap. This wouldn't happen where I work.

    I make sure correction officers have zero Internet access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    Yeap. This wouldn't happen where I work.

    I make sure correction officers have zero Internet access.
    We really don't need it, and, it will only lead to problems. It's a horridly
    boring job during night shift sometimes. Distractions don't help.

    Funny, I think you have to have a College Degree to become a
    CO in England. In Texas, you pretty much have to be felony free and breathing.

    And this happened in England
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoonBoss View Post
    We really don't need it, and, it will only lead to problems. It's a horridly
    boring job during night shift sometimes. Distractions don't help.

    Funny, I think you have to have a College Degree to become a
    CO in England. In Texas, you pretty much have to be felony free and breathing.

    And this happened in England
    So true. We hire some real dolts every cycle. People come and go frequently.

    It's amazing sometimes to watch these guys try and get away with things they attempt to do on their computer when I can see and administer any and everything.

    Not to mention the security system we have with clear view camera access inside of every aspect of the jail. Yet they still deny deny deny. The sound a lot like all of the innocent people that our law enforcement officers bring in here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    So true. We hire some real dolts every cycle. People come and go frequently.

    It's amazing sometimes to watch these guys try and get away with things they attempt to do on their computer when I can see and administer any and everything.

    Not to mention the security system we have with clear view camera access inside of every aspect of the jail. Yet they still deny deny deny. The sound a lot like all of the innocent people that our law enforcement officers bring in here.
    I spent the better part of a decade living and dieing as an employee with videotape footage catching people doing stuff, with cameras in full view of
    the people doing stuff. I know how they can damn. I've never been hurt by them so far, but have been helped. I'm going to federal court
    eventually on a 30K lawsuit by a crook that says I slammed him and beat him up. Where he screwed up was he said I did a particular act when
    our handheld camera was running, and I clearly didn't do it. It was fully investigated, and, that particular point was investigated, and, I was
    shown to be clean as far as everyone up the chain to Huntsville saw it. It wasn't a whitewash. It was plain as day I didn't do what he said I did,
    so that may well make the difference in a he said/she said case.

    It amazes me what people do in front of cameras that they KNOW are there.
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    Another POV

    If the guy was publicly intoxicated without a record of DUIs then it's a pretty terrible outcome and sanctions, perhaps even criminal, resulting from the officers' dereliction of duty should be pursued aggressively.

    However, since he's a chronic drunk, if he was nailed for DUI with a history of them on his record, then well, it's all good. Going forward, the officers' malfeasance just might have prevented the taking of multiple innocent lives.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    If the guy was publicly intoxicated without a record of DUIs then it's a pretty terrible outcome and sanctions, perhaps even criminal, resulting from the officers' dereliction of duty should be pursued aggressively.

    However, since he's a chronic drunk, if he was nailed for DUI with a history of them on his record, then well, it's all good. Going forward, the officers' malfeasance just might have prevented the taking of multiple innocent lives.
    Unfortunately when the state makes the choice to incarcerate, the prisoner becomes the responsibility of the state, completely
    and totally. While, in the larger circle of life, you may be right, but it's also possible he got his life straight
    and cured cancer. Regardless, yes, the COs should be held accountable.
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