1. Exquisite Tweets from @obarcala, @nicolefv, @PuddnHaid, @h_sphotos

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    We're all aware that the cop didn't do this because he's lazy, right? It was essentially part of a cover up

    NBC News @NBCNews
    WATCH: Shocking footage shows a Utah nurse being arrested for refusing to give a patient's blood to police

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    Owen Barcala

    The patient was the victim of a head on car crash, instigated by a high speed police pursuit against department policy

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    Owen Barcala

    The other driver--the suspect--died in the crash. So why did the cop want the victim's blood? To find something to disparage the victim...

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    Owen Barcala

    And excuse the police from instigating the deadly car chase. This is not really uncommon, relatively speaking. Other cop on video saying...

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    Owen Barcala

    No probable cause. It's not that they didn't want to go to effort of getting a warrant, they knew no judge would sign one.

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    Owen Barcala

    Also, the Supreme Court decision holding it unconstitutional to draw blood w/o consent or warrant came down last year. The cop...

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    Owen Barcala

    Is a trained phlebotomist in the police blood draw unit. There is *no way* he was unaware of a SCOTUS case that directly controlled his work

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    Owen Barcala

    So this is incredible in that its actually worse than the video shows--it's criminal abuse of power in at least three ways

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    Owen Barcala

    Oh, and dept reviewed video w/in 12 hrs, did nothing til it went viral. If you think he's just a rogue cop, you're not paying attention

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    Owen Barcala

    Turns out, victim was off duty Idaho cop. Nurse Wubbels was arrested for protecting an unconscious officer from abuse by another officer.

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    Owen Barcala

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    Sheldon Gilbert @sheldongilbert
    Rigby ID police department THANKS Utah nurse for standing up to bully @slcpd cops; unconscious victim was Rigby cop. m.facebook.com/story.php?stor…

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    Owen Barcala

  2. You're also missing cultural indicators of power here: the men are speaker to her w/ certain words, tones of voice to signal authority.

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    nicole forsgren

  3. w/Respect✌️Mormons Dont Have a Corner on th #Misogyny Market. #Bullying of♀️By♂️Is All Too Familiar to Scores Upon Scores of♀️Around th🌎...

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    Puddn♀️Haid

  4. Of course. But this is *strongly* coded language and tone he's using that most won't pick up on.

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    nicole forsgren

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    Puddn♀️Haid

  6. 1/Sure. This is in Utah. Men in the Mormon church have outsized power in that culture. You can switch "on" to a power dynamic

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    nicole forsgren

    2/You do this with words, phrases, tone of voice. He's doing that here. Mormon women are talking about this in other forums. I was raised Mo

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    nicole forsgren

    3/We immediately spotted it. It's meant to signal *authority* to us. Patriarchal authority. We should acquiesce. It is our DUTY.

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    nicole forsgren

    4/Note that interestingly women can do this too. I can "speak" Mormon... It has a rhythym, higher pitch. It makes us less threatening.

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    nicole forsgren

    5/I've used it to help get what I want: Soft power. RN clearly wasn't doing this, playing role. It riled him up A LOT. Notice he snapped.

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    nicole forsgren

    6/She stood her ground. Spoke clearly, calmly, firm voice. It didn't conform to cultural norms for women. She didn't acquiesce when expected

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    nicole forsgren

    7/There are obvious threats & bullying here. There are also subtleties that are unique to the cultural context that amplify the situation.

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    nicole forsgren

  7. Nicole u r spot on. Mormons may not have a corner on misogamy, but they base their ENTIRE existence on that principle

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    h_sphotos

    Heather Schuele

  8. Right. Maybe I'm not explaining well enough. There's a diff between being threats, and having a religious DUTY to obey that's wired into you

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    nicole forsgren