Gwalior police have claimed the video of a cop hitting a woman is two years old. The attack is believed to have taken place inside the Gwalior Railway Police station. The video starts with three women, each of whom is holding a child, squatting on the floor. The police officer in question gestures at them to get up, at which point they start crawling away while crying and pleading. The officer then strikes one woman repeatedly with his lathi before grabbing her hair, forcing her to stand up and then hitting her on her back before gesturing to something on the floor.
Cops investigating after dead turtle found in woman's vagina
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The unnamed woman, described as an expat by El Confidential , is said to have sought help after suffering pain in her genital area which doctors diagnosed as an infection caused by the reptile. The Sun has not been able to independently verify any of the claims that have been widely reported in Spanish media. She is said to have told police she began to feel odd after going out partying with a group of British friends a couple of days earlier, El Periodico reports. Some reports suggest the dead reptile may have been a tortoise rather than a turtle - as they are both called tortuga in Spain.
Sex assault eyed after turtle is discovered in woman’s vagina
By Melkorka Licea. September 22, pm Updated September 24, am. The woman insisted she did not want authorities to pursue the strange incident further, and police have halted their investigation pending new information. Though initial reports said the reptile was a tortoise, researchers confirmed is was a freshwater Chinese pond turtle, which are sold worldwide in pet stores and can reach up to 12 inches in length, El Pais reported. Researchers at first believed the creature was a loggerhead sea turtle because they are indigenous to the Canary Islands archipelago.
Policing is dangerous work, and the danger lurks not on the streets alone. The pressures of law enforcement put officers at risk for high blood pressure, insomnia, increased levels of destructive stress hormones, heart problems, post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD and suicide, University at Buffalo researchers have found through a decade of studies of police officers. John M. Violanti, Ph.