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Old 04-07-2013, 09:41 PM  
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Police Tie Up Tourist And Kill Him With Pepper Spray

Before It’s News – by Alton Parrish

No doubt you’ve heard the adage: a picture is worth a thousand words. A picture of 62-year-old Nick Christie could be worth thousands of dollars when a jury sees it.

The photo shows the Ohio man restrained inside the Lee County Jail with his body covered in pepper spray.

“This photo is a picture of a man who is strapped to a chair naked inside a jail for hours with a hood over his face. That evokes thoughts of being tortured,” says Cleveland-based lawyer Nick DiCello who represents the Christie family.





The photo, which was obtained by FOX 13′s investigative unit, was taken in the final hours of Christie’s life.

The District 21 Medical Examiner ruled his death was a homicide because he had been restrained and sprayed with pepper sprayed by law enforcement officers. But to this day, nobody has ever been charged with a crime, and the Lee County State Attorney cleared the sheriff’s office of any wrong doing.

It’s been more than two and a half years and his wife still can’t accept what happened.

“I was shocked. This was something out of a horror movie,” says Joyce Christie. She said her husband was depressed and was showing signs of erratic behavior a few days before leaving for Florida.

She called authorities and pleaded with them to take her husband to a hospital and be given his medications. Instead, he was taken to jail for disorderly intoxication.

Her lawsuit alleges he was pepper sprayed 10 times over a 48-hour period, at times while in a restraint chair.

Tom DePolis spent more than 30 years in law enforcement at the Tampa Police Department and Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. He’s seen first-hand the effects of pepper spray and knows its limitations. He can see no reason for deputies to repeatedly pepper spray Nick Christie since he was already in custody.

“The purpose is to temporarily incapacitate someone — temporarily, that’s the key word, so you can restrain them,” says DePolis.

Monshay Gibbs was a deputy trainee at the jail at the time. In a video deposition, she testified that she thought the way Nick Christie was treated was excessive.



“He had a spit mask on and was naked,” she said on the video while under oath. Gibbs testified that Christie pleaded with guards to take off the spit mask because he couldn’t breathe.

He later died at the hospital. His heart failed from the shock of the pepper spray. The Lee County Sheriffs Office declined to comment on our story because of Joyce Christie’s wrongful death lawsuit, which is scheduled for trial the middle of next year.

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Old 04-09-2013, 07:11 AM   #46
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I'm leaving NJ next week. I wanted to go to Texas or Tennessee but my wife wanted Florida (a ****ing blue state) so Florida it is.
There's a little bit of everything in Texas.



Except saguaro.

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Old 04-09-2013, 08:11 AM   #47
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There's a little bit of everything in Texas.



Except saguaro.

Thanks.

I have nothing but fond memories of driving a tractor trailer through Texas. Whenver I crossed that state line, it was like dying and going to Heaven.

On the other side of that spectrum, Ohio was pure Hell because of all the pigs, and Indiana was depressing, it was like a black and white world.

If you ever want to kill yourself, go to Indiana.

The worst state as far as traffic and and chaotic roads was Assachussets, especially Boston--- THE WORST CITY TO DRIVE IN.

If I could just drive in Texas, I'd still be trucking. Unfortunately all the imports come in on the coasts ies shitholes like los angeles NYC NJ Boston et al.

I know theres a port in Houston but all the freight I ever loaded was on the east coast.
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Old 04-09-2013, 08:28 AM   #48
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Thanks.

I have nothing but fond memories of driving a tractor trailer through Texas. Whenver I crossed that state line, it was like dying and going to Heaven.

On the other side of that spectrum, Ohio was pure Hell because of all the pigs, and Indiana was depressing, it was like a black and white world.

If you ever want to kill yourself, go to Indiana.

The worst state as far as traffic and and chaotic roads was Assachussets, especially Boston--- THE WORST CITY TO DRIVE IN.

If I could just drive in Texas, I'd still be trucking. Unfortunately all the imports come in on the coasts ies shitholes like los angeles NYC NJ Boston et al.

I know theres a port in Houston but all the freight I ever loaded was on the east coast.
I flew into Boston once, had a salesman driving me around doing installs/service calls and was glad for it. But not as glad as the time I flew into D.C. for the same purpose. That traffic is insane, makes no sense whatsoever.
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Old 04-09-2013, 08:32 AM   #49
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I flew into Boston once, had a salesman driving me around doing installs/service calls and was glad for it. But not as glad as the time I flew into D.C. for the same purpose. That traffic is insane, makes no sense whatsoever.
Yeah D.C. is impossible. The train/subway system is good, though.
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Old 04-09-2013, 08:49 AM   #50
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DC has the worst traffic in the country. That's not my opinion; we waste by far the most amount of time every year stuck in gridlock, we have the most accidents, and Maryland drivers especially know the least about traffic laws than any other state. I don't have the studies to quote, but I've seen them all. Also, the city is laid out for civil defense, but all the circles and diagonal streets (the ones named after states) make it a navigational nightmare. It's the worst.

The DC subway is good, clean, and reliable, but it's not big enough. There's no circle line (so unless you are going into the city, it's not worth it), and it doesn't have nearly as many stops, or stretch nearly as far into the 'burbs, as most.
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Old 04-09-2013, 09:01 AM   #51
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Awful, theres no need to spray someone once they're locked down in the chair.

I hope the cops responsible face charges, atleast manslaughter.
Yeah, and look at their outfits. WTF?
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Old 04-09-2013, 10:26 AM   #52
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DC has the worst traffic in the country. That's not my opinion; we waste by far the most amount of time every year stuck in gridlock, we have the most accidents, and Maryland drivers especially know the least about traffic laws than any other state. I don't have the studies to quote, but I've seen them all. Also, the city is laid out for civil defense, but all the circles and diagonal streets (the ones named after states) make it a navigational nightmare. It's the worst.

The DC subway is good, clean, and reliable, but it's not big enough. There's no circle line (so unless you are going into the city, it's not worth it), and it doesn't have nearly as many stops, or stretch nearly as far into the 'burbs, as most.
Chicago and Boston would give DC a run for the title, but pretty much agree with everything you said.
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Old 04-09-2013, 10:31 AM   #53
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DC has the worst traffic in the country. That's not my opinion; we waste by far the most amount of time every year stuck in gridlock, we have the most accidents, and Maryland drivers especially know the least about traffic laws than any other state. I don't have the studies to quote, but I've seen them all. Also, the city is laid out for civil defense, but all the circles and diagonal streets (the ones named after states) make it a navigational nightmare. It's the worst.

The DC subway is good, clean, and reliable, but it's not big enough. There's no circle line (so unless you are going into the city, it's not worth it), and it doesn't have nearly as many stops, or stretch nearly as far into the 'burbs, as most.
I didn't think it was that bad when I was in DC in February and twice in MD for business...and I grew up around and in Boston. Boston drivers are crazy. That's why I resorted to jaywalking there.
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Old 04-09-2013, 03:47 PM   #54
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Oh & my Pops stood there & watched. along with Bugs & his mom & half the neighborhood. I was 17
& no this aint a made up story & cops are human like anyone else,once they clock off the job
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I'm leaving NJ next week. I wanted to go to Texas or Tennessee but my wife wanted Florida (a ****ing blue state) so Florida it is.
There all going blue. Sorry dude.
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