Yet the 57-year-old screams in agony as he tries to remain in the car.Officers shout at Guerrero to get out of the vehicle and onto the floor.Both officers cry as they are forced back by the flames, with Guerrero rolling out of the car door and onto the floor of the petrol station.
AUSTIN, TEXAS - A sexual assault survivor from Lewisville and police chiefs from San Antonio, Houston and Austin were among a group who spoke out Tuesday against the controversial bathroom bill on the steps of the Texas Capitol in Austin. If you support your police, then listen to your police.In addition to calling the bill unnecessary, law enforcement leaders discussed how the bill could lead to new problems for officers and additional discrimination against the transgender community. There's no need for this legislation." RELATED: Police, sheriffs join opposition to Texas bathroom bill Lavinia Masters, of Lewisville, said she was violently assaulted at the age of 13 when someone broke into her home.As the city of Austin moves forward with the renegotiation of its public safety contracts, local activists are asking for several changes to the city’s contract with the local police union.The contract, which is negotiated every couple of years,…Each police chief said they found no evidence of a threat that would spur the need for a bill that would require people to use the public restroom assigned to their biological sex."I believe if you propose a bill to address a criminal justice concern, it's important to determine if you actually have a problem," said San Antonio Police Chief Williams Mc Manus. Dan Patrick."Statistically, in the city of Dallas, we went back to 2014 and found zero claims of citizens being violated by the very idea this bill purports to protect them from," Ramirez said. While supporters of SB 3 say it will protect against predators, Masters called it propaganda and a distraction from "real crimes that are happening right now." "If lawmakers really want to make the state of Texas greater and safer, then legislation should focus on the ridiculous amount of backlog of rape kits sitting on those shelves," she said.
"This bill is a solution looking for a problem." #Bathroombill does nothing to make us safer. - San Antonio Police Chief William Mc Manus pic.twitter.com/H1Hzpk0Xq D— Marjorie Owens (@clumsyandshy) July 25, 2017 Fifteen people, including Dallas Police Major Reuben Ramirez, shared their opposition to Senate Bill 3, which is supported by Gov. Businesses across the state have joined together in opposition to the bill as hundreds of others have descended on the Capitol to appeal to lawmakers.
He eventually leaves the burning car, writhing in agony before being dragged away from the flames by police.
Austin Mayor Steve Alder (left), Dallas Police Major Reuben Ramirez (center) and Austin Police Chief Brian Manley (right) were among those who spoke out against the bathroom bill on July, 25, 2017 outside the Texas Capitol in Austin.
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Slowly but surely, reported Austin Police Department officials at a recent meeting of the Public Safety Commission, the city of Austin is reducing its backlog of DNA evidence.