Charges Dropped for Cops Who Raped a Woman in a Parking Lot after They “Smelled Marijuana”

Charges Dropped for Cops Who Raped a Woman in a Parking Lot after They “Smelled Marijuana”
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Charges Dropped for Cops Who Raped a Woman in a Parking Lot after They “Smelled Marijuana” – Free Thought Project

Two Texas cops publicly raped a woman in gas station parking lot in search of an illegal plant. Neither of them will be held accountable

 

 

 

 

 

Houston, TX — Charnesia Corley was on her way to the store to get medicine for her sick mother in June of 2015 when she was detained by police for allegedly running a stop sign. Within minutes, this routine traffic stop turned into a waking nightmare as cops publicly raped her in search of a plant.

The incident was so horrific that the cops involved in the public rape were actually charged with official oppression. However, like most cops who get charged with a crime, this month, those charges were dropped.

As ABC 13 reports, a Harris County grand jury cleared William Strong and Ronaldine Pierre of official oppression last week. It was the second time the case against them had been presented. The first time, under the previous DA administration, a grand jury indicted the officers and former Sheriff Ron Hickman was furious.

As the Free Thought Project previously reported, the stop and subsequent search were entirely invalid and the charges against Corley were all eventually dropped as there never was any marijuana.

As a result of an investigation by the Civil Rights Division of the Harris County District Attorney’s office into the incident, two of the three officers involved were charged last year with Official Oppression, a Class A misdemeanor. They were facing up to a year in jail — a ridiculously insignificant punishment for such a gruesome crime — but that’s not even an option anymore — thanks to the DA granting them blue privilege.

Last week, as ABC 13 notes, the District Attorney’s Office took the cases to a second grand jury, who dismissed the charges. Court documents note the reason as “grand jury action.”

 

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