Rape in Ferguson, Missouri

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by The Wrong Guy, Nov 17, 2014.

  1. The Wrong Guy Member

    Shaun King @ShaunKing · 38m 38 minutes ago
    BREAKING: #Ferguson police officer, Jaris Hayden, arrested for raping woman in jail.

    Shaun King @ShaunKing · 30m 30 minutes ago
    Please notice that even though this #Ferguson police officer was arrested for rape 5 days ago, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch said NOTHING.

    Shaun King @ShaunKing · 28m 28 minutes ago
    Ask yourself why [St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter] @ChristineDByers breaks every story that makes Darren Wilson look like a hero, but was crickets when an officer raped a lady.

    Shaun King @ShaunKing · 12m 12 minutes ago
    You have no idea how deep the rabbit hole is going on this horrific rape case in Ferguson. It's ugly.

    Shaun King @ShaunKing · 10m 10 minutes ago
    Think on the peculiar racial irony of this versus Darren Wilson. The #Ferguson officer who was arrested for raping a woman is a black man.

    Shaun King @ShaunKing · 9m 9 minutes ago
    Just saw details of this woman's lawsuit against the officer and she is charging the #Ferguson police department as well. You'll see why.
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  2. The Wrong Guy Member

    Today, after the tweets above this were posted, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch published this:

    Ferguson correctional officer faces sex charges, rape lawsuit

    By Robert Patrick


    Prosecutors have accused a Ferguson correctional officer of allowing an inmate to escape in 2013 in exchange for sex, but a civil suit calls it rape.

    Jaris Hayden, 29, of Ferguson, was charged in St. Louis County Circuit Court Nov. 5 with two counts of having sexual contact with a prisoner, one count of permitting escape and one count of acceding to corruption by a public servant. He was arrested Nov. 12 and has been released on $10,000 cash bond.

    Charging documents accuse Hayden of having sex with the woman in exchange for allowing her to escape.

    On Friday, the woman filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in U.S. District Court in St. Louis, accusing Hayden of raping her while she was several months pregnant and being held in the jail. The suit names Hayden and the city.

    The suit, which identifies the woman only by her initials, says that she was arrested on Oct. 9, 2013 for driving with expired license plates. She also gave police a false name.

    The suit says Hayden was acting in a “sexually provocative manner” towards the woman almost immediately, softly saying, “You smell good,” while booking her. After more comments, she said she was pregnant, and that she was “having pain and discharges.” After checking with a supervisor, Hayden called an ambulance. The ambulance crew checked on the woman, then said it was up to Hayden to decide whether he would release her into their custody, the suits says. She was not released. After the woman's boyfriend paid her bond, Hayden said that she had traffic warrants for other municipalities. He then took her out of her cell and led her into a boiler room, where he told her to give him oral sex, the suit says. He then had sex with her, the suit says. She was too afraid to resist, but did take several of his public hairs, the suit says.

    Hayden let her out a side door of the jail, told her to stay out of the view of security cameras and told her “words to the effect of: 'Tell anyone who asks that Wellston picked you up,'” the suit claims.

    The woman's sister took her to the emergency room, where she talked to police, the suit says.

    The suit says that DNA analysis confirmed that the public hairs belonged to Hayden.

    Hayden lawyer Scott Rosenblum said that he believed Hayden had been suspended.

    He declined to comment on the civil suit or discuss the evidence in the case. “Mr. Hayden has entered a plea of not guilty and. . . we're going to start discovery,” Rosenblum said.
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  3. RightOn Member

    wow misspelled pubic hair TWICE.
    "public hair" :D
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  4. The Wrong Guy Member

    Ferguson officer arrested for raping a woman in the jail. Read the legal filing here.

    By Shaun King

    On October 9, 2013, in Ferguson, Missouri, a pregnant woman was pulled over while driving for having expired tags on her license plate. While pulled over, the name on her license didn't match the name on the registration, so police arrested her. After she was arrested police communicated that they could not release her because of additional outstanding warrants in other surrounding towns.

    Radley Balko, of the Washington Post, wrote in great detail about how dozens of St. Louis-area towns are reaping millions of dollars off of these warrants and often pass people around from town to town, bilking them out of thousands of dollars until they are finally released from jail many days later.

    The St. Louis Business Journal has provided us with the full legal complaint of this alleged rape below.

    According to the St. Louis Business Journal, on October 9, 2013, a young lady was faced with this very threat when an officer inside of the Ferguson jail forced her into sex in order for her to be released and avoid facing the extra warrants. The officer, Jaris Hayden, then proceeded to rape her in a boiler room of the jail.

    Below are is the legal complaint filed by this woman. Her name has been redacted to protect her identity.

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