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Woman Says She Was Assaulted By Detroit Police Officer - Wxyz.com











Thats when the two really struggled. Officer Nunlee pulls my pants down and we were tousling over my pants. Hes pulling them down and Im pulling them up. Officer Nunlee is. Im pulling them up and hes pulling them down. And he squats down on his knees, said the victim. The victim said thats when Nunlee licked around her private part. He then comes up on one leg and he pulls my shirt up and Im just telling him to stop and hes just telling me to be quiet., said the victim. Defense attorney Antonio Tuddles tried to discredit the victim because she didnt tell anyone of the assault until later and didnt tell police until the next day. You understood that another officer was downstairs badge and gun. You understood that right? asked Tuddles. The victim responded with a yes.
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Wis. bill mandates rules for officer-involved deaths






The new bill applies to deaths that happen when an officer is on duty or while he or she is off duty but performing activities that are within the scope of his or her law enforcement duties. Internal department investigations are also still allowed but cannot interfere with the work of the outside investigations, the bill says. Walker signed the legislation into law Wednesday. "An overwhelming majority of police officers follow procedures and do a good job of protecting and serving the public," Walker said in a statement. "This bill just adds another level of transparency in the investigation process." Jim Palmer, executive director of Wisconsin Professional Police Association, echoed those sentiments. "There is a great value in having uniforms and standards applied across the board," Palmer said. "This represents a positive move forward." Palmer, Bell and Wisconsin State Rep. Gary Bies, who introduced the bill, say they believe this is the first law of its kind. The National Conference of State Legislatures, which tracks laws around the country, hasn't compiled a 50-state review of the issue, an official there said. Chuck Wexler, executive director of Police Executive Research Forum, also wasn't sure whether other states have similar measures. Bies spent more than 30 years at the Door County Sheriff's Department, serving some of that time as the chief deputy sheriff.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/04/26/wis-bill-mandates-rules-for-officer-involved-deaths/8178905/



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