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|10-18-2007, 05:23 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Crosby, TX (NE)
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audio recording of police torturing drug dealer
seeing that thread about the torture case in WV reminded me of this
""It's (expletive) over, son."
For two hours, authorities say, that message would be pounded into Lester Eugene Siler's head and body, reinforced with the barrel of a gun and echoed in threats of electrocution.
Handcuffed and surrounded, Siler was now a prisoner of the war on drugs in Campbell County.
Seven months later, five former Campbell County Sheriff's Department lawmen are poised to plead guilty to federal charges they conspired to violate Siler's civil rights by beating, threatening and torturing him."
"We're going to take every dime you have today and if we don't walk out of here with every piece of dope you got and every dime you got, you're (expletive) is not going to make it to the jail," Webber warned in the transcript.
Pretty neat recording.
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