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 July 1, 2016  Surveillance, U.S.

Mark Walker, Patrick Anderson and John Hult report:

Police in South Dakota are collecting urine samples from uncooperative suspects through the use of force and catheters, a procedure the state’s top prosecutor says is legal but is criticized by others as unnecessarily invasive and a potential constitutional violation.

The practice isn’t new, according to attorneys, but it’s been brought to light in a recent case in Pierre.

Read more on Argus Leader.

  One Response to “Police use catheters, force to collect urine samples”

  1. Who pays for the UTIs caused by this invasion?

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