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Great moments in policing

Law student shows what can happen if you know your rights during a police stop for not breaking the law.

10 years for recording a cop. The cop fibbed on his report.

Gang member carjacks someone with a gun. Is released from jail same day because he’s not violent.

9 Responses to “Great moments in policing”

  1. Rivrdog Says:

    Lemme guess on the gang member, he said he was a “family man” and was responsible for kids…

  2. Robb Allen Says:

    Granted, it’s YouTube commenters and I should know better, but… *facepalm*

    He was DOING NOTHING WRONG. He wasn’t being a dick, he was standing up for himself. But oh no, the “gun owners” in the crowd just can’t stand that and feel it’s a better deal to lick the boots and move on with it.

  3. JD(not the one with the picture) Says:

    Re: open carrier who knows his rights – OUTSTANDING!

  4. Justin Says:

    He did great! It’s unfortunate though that you need to be a law student to NOT have your rights violated.

  5. Bubblehead Les Says:

    RE 10 Years: Remember Officer Harliss and the Canton, Ohio P.D.? So Austin P.D. thinks it can’t happen to them? This will be fun.

  6. BornLib Says:

    Video has been taken down. Anyone have an alternative link?

  7. Divemedic Says:

    Video has been pulled.

  8. BornLib Says:

    “Lemme guess on the gang member, he said he was a “family man” and was responsible for kids…”

    Here is what the article says:
    “Spears was booked into the Fresno County Jail, but was freed at 1:44 a.m. on Monday because he was not considered to be a violent criminal as part of the jail’s release program.”

    So… non-violent armed robbery. Neat trick that.

  9. BBob Says:

    That video wasn’t the original, here is the original.

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