Wow. Just ... wow.
A woman is raped. The police, upon interviewing her, discover a warrant for her arrest from years ago for a misdemeanor. They arrest her. They take her to the hospital and then to jail and then ...
"She was not allowed bond, and the medical staff at the jail refused to give her the Morning After Pill even though it had been prescribed at the hospital.
"The medical supervisor would not allow her to take the pill because she said it was against her, the supervisor's, religion. So, here we have a medical supervisor imposing her beliefs on a rape victim," claimed the victim's attorney Virlyn Moore. "As a human being, how someone could be so violated by this monster and then the system comes along and rapes her again psychologically and emotionally - it's outrageous and unconscionable."
You're goddamn right it's unconscionable. It all happened in the post-Gasparilla haze up in Tampa Bay. here's the story. A follow-up story mentions that there will be an investigation, but we all know what happens when police investigate police — nothing.
That medical supervisor should be fired, stripped of her medical license, tarred, feathered, and flogged out of the Tampa Bay area — and that's before the criminal proceedings. You want to shove your religious views down somebody's throat? Become a priest or a nun or something, but don't dare try to confuse your beliefs with your obligations as a medical professional.