This Is Sick!! Police Officer Caught Fondling A Dead Woman

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An officer of the LAPD has incriminated himself by capturing a video of himself sexually abusing a dead woman’s body. This sick officer was caught by his own bodycam fondling the breasts of the dead woman. The idea of this is completely horrific.

When two officers responded to a call about a possible deceased woman in a residential unit they arrived and determined the woman to be dead. When the partner went to the patrol car the accused officer thought he turned off his body camera but due to the two-minute delay on the camera captured himself allegedly fondling the breast of a dead woman.

According to LA Times,

The incident occurred when the officer and his partner responded to a call about a possible dead woman in a residential unit, sources said. Once the two officers determined the woman was dead, one officer returned to the patrol car to retrieve something. During that time, the accused officer turned off his body-worn camera and allegedly fondled the woman’s breasts, LAPD officials said.

Although the officer deactivated the camera, a two-minute buffer on the device captured the incident. The department is also investigating the officer’s work history.

“We immediately launched an administrative investigation once we learned about the incident,” chief spokesman Josh Rubenstein said, “and we assigned the officer to home.” He declined to comment further.

LAPD official have launched an investigation into the incident. The department has also been looking into the officer’s work history. They assigned the officer to home for now. Even officers of the law need to be held accountable for their actions. They are in a position of power that is so often abused, they sometimes forget what their real job is.

The 2019 Manual for the LAPD states:

“A police officer is the most conspicuous representative of government, and to the majority of the people, the officer is a symbol of stability and authority upon whom they can rely. An officer’s conduct is closely scrutinized, and when the officer’s actions are found to be excessive, unwarranted, or unjustified, they are criticized far more severely than comparable conduct of persons in other walks of life. Since the conduct of officers, on- or off-duty, may reflect directly upon the Department, officers must at all times conduct themselves in a manner which does not bring discredit to themselves, the Department, or the City.”



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