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Old 10-09-2010, 11:18 AM
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Sheriff Deputy Fired After Inmate Beating Caught On Tape

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A Kershaw County Sheriff's deputy fired Friday for beating a handcuffed suspect is now under investigation by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and the FBI.

The beating was caught on the surveillance cameras at the Kershaw County Detention Center last Thursday night.

A van pulled into the sally port of the jail to unload people who had been arrested at a traffic safety checkpoint. Sgt. Oddie Tribble, Jr. took 38-year-old Charles Shelley out of the van and then started beating his legs with a baton. Shelley's hands were cuffed behind him.

"We don't think it's typical behavior in South Carolina but it is certainly disturbing behavior," says SLED Director Reggie Lloyd.

Tribble hit Shelley more than two dozen times. One of Shelley's legs was broken and the other needed stitches.

Lloyd says the state investigation is continuing while the FBI looks into whether Tribble violated Shelley's civil rights.

A possible state charge could be assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, but Lloyd says federal civil rights charges usually have stiffer penalties.

Because of that, if there are federal charges it's likely they would move forward instead of state charges, if there are any.

In the video, one deputy stands by the van and does not try to stop the beating. There were also detention center officers watching through a window.

"That's one of the things that will be reviewed during the course of an investigation and, again, anytime you've got somebody in custody, whether it's police officers or detention facilities or prisons, that question gets raised of was there a duty on others to act to protect a suspect?

And if they didn't do that, was there a legitimate reason that they did not intervene but they may have, for example, reported immediately the incident to their superiors as well as law enforcement," Lloyd says.
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Old 10-09-2010, 07:08 PM
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If I did that while on the job, not only would I get fired but I'd be facing a felony assault. Why isn't he Oh yeah, he's a cop
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Old 10-10-2010, 10:59 AM
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In the video, one deputy stands by the van and does not try to stop the beating. There were also detention center officers watching through a window.
Should be prosecuted too.
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Old 10-11-2010, 03:05 PM
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Dont commit fucking crime. Simple as.
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Old 10-11-2010, 05:56 PM
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Dont commit fucking crime. Simple as.
This is prob the county jail you dumb ass. I was in there for 3 days over a domestic despute that a lying bitch couldn't prove. I never touched her but I wish I would of. It cost me 5 grand to bail out and they kept 10% of that months later when I beat the case.

Moral is: Don't assume shit. The cop was wrong.
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The cop was wrong. The guy had trouble moving along due to his baggy pants slowing him down.
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The cop was wrong from what we see, but how do you know he didn't try some shit and the cop told him to get to the ground and he would not do it??????? You really can't assume shit cause when you assume you make an ass out of you and me!! Bet this will turn into a case of racial profiling or whatever the NAACP is gonna get involved so this cop is gonna wish he never took this job to begin with....i'm just saying
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