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Female Trooper Who Pulled Over Speeding Cop 'Fears For Her Life'

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The female highway patrol trooper who made headlines for pulling over and arresting a speeding cop says she fears for her life as a result of stalking and harassment from fellow police officers.

Via The Sun Sentinel:
The Florida Highway Patrol trooper at the center of firestorm after she pulled over a speeding cop at gunpoint said fellow law enforcement officers have created a "life-threatening" situation that caused her to be in such fear for her safety she has become a "hermit."

Trooper Donna "Jane" Watts' 69-page lawsuit, filed in federal court Friday, seeks more than $1 million in damages. She is suing more than 100 police officers and agencies, and the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. The suit alleges 88 law enforcement officers from 25 jurisdictions illegally accessed her personal information more than 200 times, violating her privacy.

[...]in the months after the incident, officers looked up information such as her home address, picture, Social Security number, date of birth, and detailed vehicle description in a database available to police officers, according to her lawsuit.

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Comment by Dennis Treybil
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 In the act of expecting a "free pass" from other officers, they are granting themselves a title of nobility.  These are verbotten within the state bodies of the federal government and within the central body of the federal government in accordance with Article I Sections 10 and 9, respectively.

Also, the ongoing harassment is a violation of the ticketing officer's civil right to be secure in [her] person house papers and effects.


DC Treybil