Stop resisting! Cop charged with rape and sexual assault after pulling women over

Alex Sheyn police police car flashing lights siren
What you don’t want to see on a dark highway



The next time that you hear someone say that something bad happened because they resisted police, forward them this story.

Both women involved in this were pulled over for simple traffic stops.

Both women , I am sure, thought that everything was going to be just fine because they had done nothing wrong

Well they found out differently when they encountered officer Odom who’s story I have chronicled below

Don’t look at the badge, look at who is behind the badge

Spring Hill TN- Story by DLJ

On 10-3 2016

A Spring hill police officer was charged with rape, sexually battery and official misconduct after a grand jury issued an indictment.

The indictment stems from two alleged incidents in June and July of 2016 when Officer Christopher Odom, 26 pulled over two separate women and assaulted them.

Following reports of the assaults he was placed on administrative leave and later fired Odom was a three year veteran of the force

Odom has been charged with one count of rape, one count of sexual battery and two counts of official misconduct.

After his arrest he was transported to the Maury county jail and booked. His bond was set at $75,000 and there is no word as to whether he was released.





WATCH: Los Angeles Deputies Caught on Video Conspiring to Fabricate Citations on Man after Threatening to Kill him

“Do not fucking reach!” an enraged Los Angeles sheriff’s deputy shouted after pulling out his gun on a licensed private investigator sitting in his car in a residential neighborhood working on a case.

But all Ken Sheppard was doing was reaching towards his ear to remove his cell phone ear piece in order to better hear the deputy.

However, that was enough to make deputy Tai Plunkett fear for his life where he kept the gun pointed at Sheppard’s head with trembling hands in a surreal scene seemingly out of a movie.

“Man, you need to put your weapon down,” Sheppard replied, remaining surprisingly composed.

Another deputy walked up and Sheppard addressed her, hoping she would diffuse the situation.

“Deputy, he’s got a weapon pointed at my head, I haven’t done a thing,” he told deputy Caroline Rodriguez.

But she also pulled out her gun, further escalating the situation.

More deputies arrived, including Sergeant Hollis, who eventually got Plunkett to lower his weapon, but only after ordering Sheppard out the car so he could be frisked and handcuffed.

They also searched his vehicle without a warrant.

When realizing Sheppard was breaking no law, the deputies then conspired to fabricate vehicular citations against him to justify Plunkett’s reckless threat to kill him.”

The rest of the story and the video is here:

Yeah those are some real tough guys there.

He was shaking like he was going to pee himself because he was so pumped up on adrenaline

Do you see anything here that says “Serve and protect?”

I don’t

I see a man getting close to losing his life

Guys like that cop are real bad asses when they have the drop on someone unarmed and 4 other cops to back them up


Seriously, how would you like this guy to pull your husband or wife or brother over?

That badge and uniform mean absolutely nothing

Any encounter with an armed person puts your life at risk

Next time you see a cop remember this

It could be this guy right here that you are dealing with



Video: John Oliver, Police are the problem

Posted by Deborah Jarrett

Sunday’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” looked at police accountability following the wake of countless police-related shootings. As Oliver noted, “I literally can’t mention them all.”

But Oliver points out that this is more than just a matter of police departments having a “few bad apples.”

“There are nearly 18,000 different police departments in America, and they are not great at reporting or sharing data,” Oliver said.

In the segment, there’s video of FBI Director James Comey stating that there are no records kept in the country of how many people have been shot by police.

Because of that, Oliver points to one researcher who gathered information on police shootings via Google alerts. His research found that out of 1,000 police shootings since 2005, only 77 officers have been charged with murder or manslaughter and to date only 26 have been convicted.

Only 26 convictions seems extremely low. Oliver shows how that’s possible with less than objective investigations by internal affairs and even some officers deleting past incidents from their official police files. Or if an officer has an incident at a department that will hurt them in the future, they may simply resign and move to another police department. This is done so much that the practice has a name in law enforcement: “gypsy cops.”

Video with the story here:

And now people are starting to shoot back

The ones who claimed that they are heroes because “They put their lives on the line every day” are singing a different story

Now that the risk is actually there P.D.s across the country have sudden short falls in man power

All of a sudden no one wants to be a hero and they are a bunch of frightened rabbits

Even the Houston police chief retired after his P.D. got shot up

Now it would seem would be a good time for the few good apples out there to try and change the trajectory of this

If they can’t and their scumbag counter parts are allowed to continue reigning

Then there is going to be unrest on a scale not seen in decades

You brought this on yourselves

Only you can change it