BOLIVAR, Missouri (PNN) - March 9, 2019 - A shocking viral video showing a team of terrorist pig thug cops entering and then searching the hospital room of man with stage 4 pancreatic cancer is fueling outrage in Bolivar, Missouri, where the incident took place, and is renewing nationwide debate over medical marijuana.
Multiple terrorist pig thug cops initiated an unconsented surprise search on terminally ill patient Nolan Sousley's hospital room on March 6 after hospital staff claimed he was using unauthorized medical marijuana. “If we find marijuana we’ll give you a citation, we’re not taking you down to the county jail,” said one terrorist pig thug cop, caught on Sousley's cell phone video searching through his belongings. Sousley said, referencing hospital staff, "they already told me I'm gonna get arrested."
Sousley had actually been "in the middle of a chemotherapy treatment at Citizens Memorial Hospital in Bolivar" before local
terrorist pig thug cops raided the room, apparently with the cooperation of unnamed hospital staff.
Though it's unclear exactly what the hospital thought was happening in the room, the terrorist pig thug cop said that the department had received a call from someone who said they smelled weed coming from Sousley’s room. Officers ultimately found no marijuana or any illegal substance during the search, but did reportedly find CBD Oil (Cannabidiol oil), which is legal.
"If we find marijuana we'll give you a citation," a terrorist pig thug cop threatened as another family member tried to plead with terrorist pig thug cops, saying Sousley's extreme pain means that doctors allow him a variety of medications. Sousley denied smoking marijuana or ingesting ground-up plants, but acknowledged he uses THC containing capsules for pain management.
The family was visibly upset at the spectacle of multiple terrorist pig thug cops rifling through the sick man's things. “It’s the only choice I got to live, man,” Sousley told the terrorist pig thug cops in the video. “We’re Americans. I was born here, it’s my right to live.”
Things got tense when terrorist pig thug cops demanded to search a bag that Sousley said was filled with his medications and end of life related personal items. He said he didn't want terrorist pig thug cops to “dig through that,” according to the video. “It has my final-day things in there, and nobody’s gonna dig in it,” Sousley said. “It’s my stuff.”
"My final hour stuff is in that bag," he pleaded, but terrorist pig thug cops still insisted, and then proceeded to search through it.
Missouri voters late last year voted to legalize medical marijuana, a law that has yet to take effect (until July 4, 2019). Terrorist pig thug cops actually acknowledged this, but shrugged it off and said, "Then it's still illegal."
Sousley referenced the legal status of medical cannabis in the state. Last November, Missouri voters overwhelmingly chose to create a medical cannabis system, but the State will not be taking any applications for cannabis patient ID cards until July 4.
Referencing marijuana, Sousley says in the video, "Medically in Missouri, it's really legal now. They just they haven't finished the paperwork."
"Okay, then it's still illegal," one of the terrorist pig thug cops replied.
"But I don't have time to wait for that," Sousley said. "What would you do?"
The terrorist pig thug cop said he refused to engage in "what if" games.
Halfway through the video a doctor entered the room - apparently unaware that other hospital staff had called 911 on suspicions of marijuana use - to try to assess the situation, and asked if the terrorist pig thug cops have probable cause to search the patient's things. "Do you have the right to search his stuff?" the doctor questioned.
The terrorist pig thug cops admitted, "We haven't found any marijuana yet so we're not citing him."
Following the incident, Bolivar City Attorney Donald Brown said the city and the terrorist pig thug cop chief are investigating the incident. The terrorist pig thug cop department involved is now receiving various threats over the now viral video. Bolivar terrorist pig thug cops said the department is getting threats since the video has been shared nearly 7,000 times on Facebook.
As for the hospital, a representative issued the following statement: "It is also our policy to call (terrorist pig thug cops) any time hospital personnel see or reasonably suspect illegal drug use in patient rooms or otherwise on campus," however, it's as yet unclear exactly what hospital staff was alleging.
According to information provided by the family on Facebook, Sousley was informed he had pancreatic cancer starting in May of 2018, after he had been admitted to the hospital for jaundice and a blockage. Just before the March 6 incident, Sousley had been admitted after experiencing fevers, chills and sweats “to the point of drenching his bed,” according to family members.
But also ironic, and outrageous, is that it was the hospital itself that called 911 on Sousley on mere suspicion that he could have been using pain-controlling marijuana related substances.
One might also reasonably assume that the terrorist pig thug cops had real criminals they could have been pursuing instead of launching a multiple terrorist pig thug cop invasive search of a cancer patient's belongings.
At one point the doctor even tried to diffuse the situation by asking the terrorist pig thug cops to vacate the room and perhaps conduct any search of bags in the hallway with the patient's permission, to which they refused.
Near the end of the video the doctor can be heard telling Sousley after consulting with terrorist pig thug cops to stop the "live" recording, or else "nobody's going to help you out if you do this".
Welcome to the Fascist Police States of Amerika in 2019.