Houston, TX -- Charnesia Corley was on her way to the store to get medicine for her sick mother last June when she was detained by police for allegedly running a stop sign. Within minutes, this routine traffic stop turned into a waking nightmare.
According to the Harris County Sheriff's Department, the deputy who pulled Corley over asked her to step out of the vehicle after "smelling what he believed to be marijuana."
However, during a search of Corley's vehicle, without her consent, no illegal plants were found. But this sadistic cop wasn't done just yet. He knew deep down that this woman's story about getting medicine for her mother was a lie, and she must have been smuggling this evil plant inside her body somewhere. The deputy then handcuffed Corley and placed her into the back of his cruiser.
Being a male, the deputy felt that it would be in poor taste to penetrate this woman's bodily orifices himself, so he called a female deputy over to conduct the public roadside rape in a politically correct fashion.
Upon arriving, the female deputy ordered the handcuffed woman out of the car and into the parking lot.
"She tells me to pull my pants down. I said, 'Ma'am, I don't have any underwear on.' She says, 'Well, that doesn't matter. Pull your pants down,'" Corley said.
Because Corley didn't immediately prostrate herself to be vaginally raped by a peace officer's appendages in search of an illegal plant, the deputy charged her with resisting arrest.
In spite of her verbal protests, Corley was then stripped down in public and forcefully penetrated by this public servant -- in the best interests of society, no doubt.
"I bend over and she proceeds to try to force her hand inside of me. I tell her, 'Ma'am, No. You cannot do this,'" Corley explained.
Corley maintains that at no time did she ever consent to be raped by deputies.
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According to Harris County Sheriff's spokesperson, Thomas Gilleland, this stop was justified and the department did everything by the book. According to deputies, the rapist cops recovered .02 ounces of a plant which they consider to be evil.
Even if Corley had been carrying hundreds of pounds of marijuana, the act of penetrating her vaginally is horrifically unjustified and immoral. Corley had caused harm to no one. She was merely driving to get medicine for her mother when she was detained and held under the threat of death and raped by agents of the state who claim to protect the citizens.
Who is "served" by the actions of these officers? Who exactly are the police "protecting" by publicly humiliating and sexually assaulting this poor woman in a gas station parking lot?
Corley has since retained an attorney who will undoubtedly win her a settlement that will come out of the pockets of taxpayers.
"It's undeniable that the search is unconstitutional," said Sam Cammack, Corley's attorney. However, it is far worse than "unconstitutional." It is evil. It is atrocious. It is depraved.
The vileness of the state's wicked and immoral war on drugs is rearing it repugnant face. When will the rest of society see that face and wake up to this atrocity? When will the people say "enough is enough," and that finger raping innocent people on the roadside in search of a plant that's legal in 5 states is no longer welcome in our culture?
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Think this is an isolated incident? Think again. Earlier this year we reported on the story of Jennifer Stelly, who is just a few miles down the road from Charnesia Corley. When Stelly and her boyfriend were returning from a visit to the beach, they were stopped by four officers who claimed that her boyfriend "smelled like weed."
Within minutes, Stelly was in handcuffs and found herself thrown up against the police cruiser with cop fingers inside her body. The evil and rapacious actions of these Texas cops were caught entirely on their dashcam.
Update: In an effort of transparency, we originally reported that Charnesia Corley was "sodomized," however, it was not clear whether or not police searched her anally. After further research, it appears that police only violated her vaginally. The title of the article has been changed to reflect the error in semantics.
Also, a previous version of this article did not mention the fact that police claim to have found a small amount of marijuana. The article has been changed to reflect that fact as well.