Friday, June 07, 2019
JACKSON COUNTY UNDERWIRE BRA STORY FLOPS GIVEN POINTED DENIAL BY AUTHORITIES!!! CAN WE SQUEEZE THE TRUTH OUT OF THIS SORDID SITUATION?!?!
Yesterday a great many local lawyers got a lot off their chests . . .
FOX4: Over 70 attorneys sign letter to Jackson County leaders about new security policies
More than 70 attorneys wrote a letter to Jackson County Sheriff Darryl Forte, saying the new policies, as they are currently implemented, create disparities for clients and lawyers.
The letter was also addressed to the Jackson County counselor, County Executive Frank White Jr., Jackson County Detention Center Director Diana Turner and County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.
The universal screenings require everyone, regardless of their titles, to pass through a metal detector before they enter the jail. If you can't pass through, you can't go inside the jail's secure perimeter. There are no exceptions.
But some women who are attorneys said they can't pass through the metal detectors because their underwire bras set them off. They said that leaves them facing a humiliating dilemma of either taking off their bra or sacrificing time with clients.
Forte and Turner have both said no one was asked or ordered to remove their bra.
The last line is important and that's why it was highlighted.
Whilst we want to be sensitive and operate fairly in such a supple situation wherein the pinch of criticism could send the wrong message . . .
THE DENIAL BY JACKSON COUNTY AUTHORITIES AND NO PROOF OF BRA REMOVAL COERCION BASICALLY DEBUNKS THIS STORY!!!
Again, to be fair . . . TKC will happily investigate a topless situation but that's not what's happening and there's no proof of anything close to that . . . Instead, the only thing we know for sure is that a great many women feel self-conscious, pressured and insecure about their bras which is more than understandable and it's up to gentlemen like the readers of TKC to offer a firm hand of support.
You decide . . .