Cop “Inappropriately Touching” Dead Victims of Police Violence for Personal Pleasure

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MIKAEL THALEN | INFOWARS.COM APRIL 13, 2015

A police officer in Bakersfield, California is under investigation for inappropriately touching the body of dead man, fellow officers claim.

The incident began on November 13 when police shot and killed unarmed 22-year-old Ramiro James Villegas after he allegedly reached towards his waistband following a car chase.




According to The Bakersfield Californian, 35-year-old Senior Officer Aaron Stringer was seen tickling the feet and grasping the head of Villegas “as he lay in a gurney covered in a blood-soaked white sheet.”

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While mocking Villegas, Stringer then turned to his colleagues and stated that he loved “playing with dead bodies,” an internal report says.

Following the incident, Stringer took police trainee Lindy DeGeare to the Kern Medical Center and allegedly began playing with Villegas’ mouth.


“DeGeare, at the time in her 11th week of training, said she believed Stringer made the suggestion for training purposes as she had only seen two other dead bodies,” the article states.

“Stringer touched the bottom of Villegas’ feet and said ‘tickle tickle,’ the reports say DeGeare told investigators.”

“She said it was at this point Stringer told her he ‘loves playing with dead bodies’ and laughed, according to the reports.”

After leaving the hospital, Stringer volunteered to return once again after investigators requested a fingerprint identification device.

That is when DeGeare says she was told by Stringer to lie about seeing the body previously.

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“I just knew it was wrong, what was going on, and I should have said something at the time,” DeGeare told investigators after coming forward.




DeGeare also stated that Stringer had later bragged about “popping” Villegas’ toes during his visit to the hospital.

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