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Sheldon Gilbert
Rigby ID police department THANKS Utah nurse for standing up to bully cops; unconscious victim was Rigby cop.
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Kendyl Hanks Sep 1
Replying to @sheldongilbert @slcpd
This is so weird. A nurse having to defend an unconscious officer's constitutional rights against another officer? So glad PD made this stmt
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Laura Victoria Sep 2
Replying to @sheldongilbert @slcpd
They wouldn't have cared at all (if Rigby PD like most PDs), had the victim been a mere "civilian" from Rigby.
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StayFocused Sep 2
Nobody guards ur life when u r at ur most vulnerable like a true nurse...they r not to be messed with..they r incredible professionals
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doug tsutsui πŸŒ€ Sep 2
Replying to @sheldongilbert @slcpd
That bully cop should be fired. Just watch the video, it's all the reason they need. Nurse protected patient's rights, cop or not. πŸ‘
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Kodibear7 Sep 2
On behalf of my fellow nurses, thank you.
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Kendyl Hanks Sep 2
No community could function without you. Thank you for all you do.
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StayFocused Sep 2
Oh i know how hard n devoted u each r..tween balancing drs n families n caring 4 ur patients..u all r best of society..blow me away
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Peter J Pierre Sep 2
Nurses are the BACKBONE of the healthcare system
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Malik Amin Grady Sep 3
Wow. This is why we have these privacy laws in place - to protect patient rights. Great job by that nurse!
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Dr. Slime Sep 3
Not trying to take anything at all away from that nurse. But why was she the focal point in that situation anyway? That's what admin 1/2
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Dr. Slime Sep 3
Is for. And she is even on phone with a higher-up. Why she was subjected to that I just can't fathom.
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Kodibear7 Sep 3
I agree. Looks like he should have talked with supervisor on her phone, rather than take his frustrations out on her.
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jerry Sep 3
Replying to @sheldongilbert @slcpd
And why did he want a blood test of the victim? How many lawsuits will result from this?
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Big Al Sep 3
I thought it was a truck driver?
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Snarky Ginger Sep 3
Replying to @sheldongilbert @slcpd
Can we ID his supervisor because this guy didn't have a bad day, he's got anger issues that defintely manifested before this
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Snarky Ginger Sep 3
Replying to @sheldongilbert @slcpd
. we should pour through the last 5 years of body cam footage on cops like this if our society gaf
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Hawerchuk Sep 3
He was a full-time truck driver and reserve officer in a town of 3000 people
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Jamie Fryer Sep 3
It seems this guy has a point. Looks like law in Utah means u surrender the rights u have elsewhere when driving )
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