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Just kidding. It's not a bashing thread.

However, I'm hoping that some of the LEO's will stand up, use a passive voice, and say "Mistakes were made Senator".


Maybe I'll voice my opinion later, or maybe I won't. Either way it's a video that should be seen by everyone in America.
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should'a kicked the kid in the damn head. Qb you get a ticket or have a score to settle?
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Is it legal to secretly audio/video tape in your state?
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Originally Posted by nitro943 View Post
should'a kicked the kid in the damn head. Qb you get a ticket or have a score to settle?
Haven't had one in 15 years or so and I think maybe only 5 violations in my life. I owned three of them, I beat a stop sign violation in court, and I went nolo on the last one because it wasn't worth my time.
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Originally Posted by TODDMANCHU View Post
Is it legal to secretly audio/video tape in your state?
Depends on who you are and the level of video/audio recording.
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Bully COPS are what gives good ones a bad name, I'd say inferiority complex coming out as over aggressive type that can't stand to have his "authority" questioned.
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Bully COPS are what gives good ones a bad name, I'd say inferiority complex coming out as over aggressive type that can't stand to have his "authority" questioned.
Sure...but bullying (by cops) isn't illegal nor is lying (by cops).
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Bully COPS are what gives good ones a bad name, I'd say inferiority complex coming out as over aggressive type that can't stand to have his "authority" questioned.
cops deal with enough stressful situations day in and out. so this smart mouthed teen wouldn't piss you off? yeah right I can tell u I'm pissed seeing the smart ass right here.
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Originally Posted by nitro943 View Post
cops deal with enough stressful situations day in out. so this smart mouthed teen wouldn't piss you off? yeah right I can tell u I'm pissed seeing the smart ass right here.
I think we would have a nearly unanimous opinion on the emotional aspects of the video. Can we put our "big boy" pants on and talk about the legal aspects instead?
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Originally Posted by nitro943 View Post
cops deal with enough stressful situations day in and out. :
If thats how they treat people when they are sticking up the constitution, then they deserve stressful situations
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Originally Posted by Qb1rdman View Post
I think we would have a nearly unanimous opinion on the emotional aspects of the video. Can we put our "big boy" pants on and talk about the legal aspects instead?
OUI checkpoints have been challenged and won at nearly every level of our court system. What the kid did and what the officers did was legal in every way. Not really any legal aspects to talk about.

What I will say is:

1. The kid could have easily wiped the car with a little weed and the dog would have notified drugs as present.

2, The video has been edited from its original content, good bad or indifferent.

3. The kid wasted the officers time that could have been used to catch legit offenders.

4. Tactics employed by noth sides are questionable. Officer not always honest, kid doesnt inform that he is taping from the get go.

5, Also, if you act like an offender, you're going to be treated like an offender. How many OUI stops do you think escalate when the suspect refuses to roll the window down and argues every question.

6. On a personal note, I don't agree with OUI checkpoints. I believe there is an infringment on our 4th Amendment and 5th Amendment rights as well as our fundamental right to insterstate travel. They have also proved to be ineffective when compared to other measures.
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happy 4th he was probably stoned. little ass munch cant roll the window down? blkfin youre a hater too.
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The minute the cop said ..."boy", I knew that dude was fokked. Back in the day, I've had the same thing happen. Doesn't matter if you're perfectly sober, no dope, clean as a whistle. If you don't show the proper respect and kiss the officer's ass, it's gonna be a long night fer ya! Welcome to America, the "legality" of it has nothing whatsoever to do with it.

I have a friend that challenges the Border Patrol at all our "stops" coming back from Mexico. I simply stopped traveling with him because of shiite like this. It's easier just to answer the questions, say "How y'all doin'? Damn, I wouldn't want yer job standin' out here in the heat!" and be on my way. Right? Wrong? I dunno. The less hassle in my life, the better.

I have a story about an incident that happened years ago to me in Memphis, TN when I was young and stupid that I'll have to write up here sometime.
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Originally Posted by nhpursuit2870 View Post
OUI checkpoints have been challenged and won at nearly every level of our court system. What the kid did and what the officers did was legal in every way. Not really any legal aspects to talk about.

What I will say is:

1. The kid could have easily wiped the car with a little weed and the dog would have notified drugs as present.

2, The video has been edited from its original content, good bad or indifferent.

3. The kid wasted the officers time that could have been used to catch legit offenders.

4. Tactics employed by noth sides are questionable. Officer not always honest, kid doesnt inform that he is taping from the get go.

5, Also, if you act like an offender, you're going to be treated like an offender. How many OUI stops do you think escalate when the suspect refuses to roll the window down and argues every question.

6. On a personal note, I don't agree with OUI checkpoints. I believe there is an infringment on our 4th Amendment and 5th Amendment rights as well as our fundamental right to insterstate travel. They have also proved to be ineffective when compared to other measures.
As far as I know the first response from an LEO.

Thanks for your post.
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Well said nhpursuit.
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I applaud the kid for standing up for his rights. I plan on doing the same thing if and when I get stopped at one of these bullshit check points. I also hope more and more Americans do the same.
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I applaud the kid for standing up for his rights. I plan on doing the same thing if and when I get stopped at one of these bullshit check points. I also hope more and more Americans do the same.
what did he stand up for? what are you 20?
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As Thomas Jefferson said "I am not a friend to a very energetic government. It is always oppressive."
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This is the exact situation the founding fathers intended to avoid when writing the Constitution.


United Police State of America.
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Originally Posted by nitro943 View Post
cops deal with enough stressful situations day in and out. so this smart mouthed teen wouldn't piss you off? yeah right I can tell u I'm pissed seeing the smart ass right here.
Your right the police do deal with enough stress all day long. If someone doesn't like their job they should quit. I told all my employees that many times over when I owned my business and I tell it to myself now that I am an employee.

The teen was not smart with the cop at all, he asked a question.

! reason I never tried to become a cop is that my ego would get in the way at times, I know my weaknesses and avoid situations that would expose them, it's not fair to me or th others that would be drawn in.

You'll have to except my honest answer as it is, honest. If the officer can't take being questioned about his authority then maybe he shouldn't be in that position.

I have a lot od discretion at my position on a RR, I could ride staff all day long and be a heard ass, or I can treat someone as I'd like to be treated. Every now and then you get some newbie to challenge your direction, I'm lucky enough where I can walk away from the conversation, make sure I'm doing the right thing and not abusing my position and move forward, as an officer you don't always have that luxury. Police need to remember they are here to serve not be abusive. There are other clips out on the internet that shows a positive way an officer can defuse the situation (which is not always easy for a certain mindset).

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