by John Lawrence
Our good friend, Nurse Wubbles
Got herself in a whole lot of twubbles
When she refused to draw blood from a crook,
"Now Officer Payne, you cannot complain
This procedure is not in the book."
Which brings up the question, if an officer has a warrant for a doctor who's performing open heart surgery, can he barge into the operating room and put the doctor in handcuffs? Obviously, there should be some protocol involving these situations. Mrs. Wubbles was following procedure correctly. Officer Payne did not have a warrant so she could not draw blood. Then Officer Payne put her in handcuffs and roughed her up a bit before someone came to their senses and let her go.
Nurse Wubbles said, "This is crazy," as she sobbed. Obviously, no nurse should be placed in such a situation. Nurse Wubbles was only doing her job. The officer was out of line. He obviously had very little impulse control and an inability to deal with the situation correctly. How many other officers are in the same frame of mind when put in challenging or frustrating situations especially by black people. Is that why so many black people have been killed by officers? Out of fustration? Out of a lack of patience?