JEFF PAYNE,UTAH OFFICER, WAS TOLD NOT TO WORRY ABOUT SAMPLE…….

OFFICER PAYNE STILL INSISTED BLOOD BE DRAWN……

A Utah police officer and a former dipshit of the day on DAWGS BLOG, See  rough arrest of a hospital nurse  has drawn condemnation put the woman in handcuffs even after investigators told him not to worry about getting a blood sample he was seeking from a patient, the chief whose department asked for it said Friday.

Officers initially wanted the sample as a routine part of a car crash investigation, said Logan Police Chief Gary Jensen. But after Salt Lake City Police detective Jeff Payne was told he’d need a warrant or formal consent to get it, colleagues told him that they would pursue another strategy.

“He simply said, ‘Don’t worry about it. We’ll go another way,'” Jensen said. Payne nevertheless insisted.

WUBBLES

When nurse Alex Wubbels held her ground based on the University of Utah hospital’s policy, Payne dragged her screaming from the hospital in handcuffs. Salt Lake City police apologized and put Payne on paid leave after dramatic video of the July 26 arrest surfaced.

Police spokeswoman Christina Judd said an internal review will look at the directions Payne received and how he responded.

Prosecutors also opened a criminal investigation that widened Thursday when the district attorney asked the FBI to look into possible civil rights violations.

Payne’s lawyer, Greg Skordas, declined to comment Friday.

Payne was supported by his supervisor, Lt. James Tracy, who is shown on the body-camera video continuing to insist that police have the right to get the blood after

Wubbels was handcuffed in a police car.

Tracy’s lawyer told the Deseret News that he’s been the target of multiple online threats and had to shut down his social media pages since the video was released. Attorney Ed Brass said Tracy has served Salt Lake City for nearly 30 years, and judgment should be withheld until a full investigation is complete. Tracy has also been placed on paid leave.

The patient, William Gray of Rigby, Idaho, had been driving a tractor-trailer in northern Utah when he was hit head-on by a man fleeing from Utah Highway Patrol troopers in a pickup truck.

The troopers had tried to stop the pickup for reckless driving but the man sped away, the highway patrol said in a statement. The pickup driver was killed when the two vehicles collided. The semi exploded and caught fire.

Gray was flown 75 miles south to the University of Utah hospital’s burn unit. Police from Logan, near the scene of the crash, were called in to investigate.

DAWG SAYS:

Did he also falsify a police report in his justification of the arrest?

WORDS OF WISDOM TO THINK ABOUT……..LOU HOLTZ VIDEO

“NEVER A WRONG TIME TO DO THE RIGHT THING”

louquote

UTAH OFFICER FIRED FROM SECOND JOB BECAUSE HE HAS AN ARROGANT MOUTH…….

JEFF PAYNE GETS A DOSE OF KARMA…….


A Utah police officer seen on video roughly arresting a nurse who refused to draw blood from a patient was fired Tuesday from his part-time paramedic job.

Salt Lake City Detective Jeff Payne’s termination came after he said on the video that he’d bring transient patients to the hospital and take the “good patients” elsewhere to retaliate against nurse Alex Wubbels.

Those remarks were concerning for Gold Cross Ambulance President Mike Moffitt, who said he’d heard them for the first time when the video was released last week.

“That’s not the way we conduct our business, that’s not the way we treat people in our city,” Moffitt said.

Wubbels was following hospital policy when she refused on July 26 to let Payne take blood without a warrant or formal consent from the patient who was unconscious in the hospital burn unit.

He had been in a car accident that started with a police chase. Payne maintained in his report that he wanted the blood sample to protect the man rather than prosecute him.

There were no answers Tuesday at publicly listed phone numbers for Payne. The Salt Lake police union didn’t immediately return messages seeking comment

Police body-camera video shows Wubbels calmly explaining that she could not allow a blood draw from a patient who hadn’t been arrested or consented, unless police had a warrant. They did not, but Payne insisted and put her on the phone with his lieutenant who said she would be arrested if she didn’t agree.

The dispute ended with Payne handcuffing Wubbels and dragging her outside while she screamed and said, “I’ve done nothing wrong!”

Her lawyer, Karra Porter, said she can understand ambulance company would be troubled by his comments and the decision to let him go wasn’t surprising.

Payne was put on paid leave by Salt Lake City police after the video emerged. A second officer was also put on leave after authorities opened a criminal investigation into the arrest.

The other officer has not been identified. Police have said the lieutenant’s actions are also under review.

Payne joined Salt Lake City police more than 20 years ago and worked for Gold Cross as an EMT and paramedic since 1983. He was generally a hardworking, conscientious employee who followed the rules, so his behavior on the video was shocking, Moffitt said.

CAREER ENDING SOCIAL MEDIA POST OF THE DAY…….

I WONDER WHEN PEOPLE ARE GOING TO LEARN

THAT FREE SPEECH PROTECTIONS ONLY

APPLY TO GOVERNMENT INTRUSION

PRIVATE EMPLOYERS CAN HOLD YOU ACCOUNTABLE

MAYBE HE BELIEVES IN INSTANT KARMA NOW…….

LETS THINK IT THROUGH…….(VIDEO)

CANADA REPORTS INCREASING DEPORTATIONS………

From Yahoo news

As an influx of asylum seekers crossing from the United States strains Canada’s immigration system, the country is ramping up its deportation of migrants, government data shows.

Deportations of Mexicans, who have flocked to Canada in growing numbers after a visa requirement was lifted in December, was already 66 percent higher in the first eight months of 2017 than the total from the previous year.

Deportations of Haitians, thousands of whom have crossed into Canada illegally in the hopes of avoiding deportation from the United States, have also soared. Canada has deported 474 so far this year, compared to 100 for all of 2016 when the government lifted its own ban on deportations to Haiti, in place since a devastating 2010 earthquake.

Overall, 5,529 people have been deported as of Tuesday, compared to 7,357 for all of 2016, the data shows.

Canada’s Immigration and Refugee Board has called a rise in asylum-seekers through the U.S. border “unsustainable,” and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government, fretting about another big surge in asylum claims, has been trying to warn people away.

At the same time, Canada said this week it will be granting border-crossing asylum seekers swifter access to healthcare. They will also be eligible for work permits sooner.

Refugee claimants are eligible for health coverage and work permits once their claims are processed, but that can take weeks or months.

More than 10,000 asylum seekers have walked across the U.S. border into Canada to file refugee claims so far this year, including 3,800 into Quebec in the first two weeks of August alone, authorities have said.

Canada is on track to record the most refugee claims in a decade.

DAWG SAYS:

Weren’t they criticizing use for the same thing and boldly announced that all the migrants could go there?


WE ALL NEED TO STOP AND THINK IT THROUGH…….