New video evidence released this week reveals that cops conducted a vaginal search after smelling weed during a routine traffic stop. The woman involved in the incident is hoping that the video will reopen the sexual assault case against the officers who searched her.
Dashcam Video Shows How Cops Conducted Vaginal Search After Smelling Weed
Charnesia Corley was out driving on the night of June 20, 2015, when two Texas police officers pulled her over. According to reports, Corley, a black woman and college student, had no criminal history or past trouble with law enforcement.
Yet the cops on the scene were determined to find something incriminating. Audio of the arrest revealed one of the officers say, “Oh we are going to find something, even if we have to put our hands on her.”
After a preliminary search produced nothing, the officers did indeed put their hands on her.
In a dashcam video recording of the search, officers body slammed Corley, stuck her head under the car, and yanked off her pants. In other words, the police stripped Corley and left her naked in a gas station parking lot.
After that, Corley became the victim of what her Attorney Sam Cammack called “rape by cop.”
Cammack described what took place in the video: “They then took Miss Corley and placed both ankles behind her ears spread eagle position and started to search for something in Miss Corley’s cavity in her vaginal area.”