Times Idiot Cops Got Taught A LESSON!Jul 22, 2023
In this video we are going to talk about some cases in which ordinary citizens
taughtthe police a
lesson. Let's get into it. We have Officer Peterson approaching the man and asking him if he was the one filming in the lobby, but when the man told him he didn't want to answer any questions. The officer didn't take no for an answer and proceeded to ask more questions. Are you the only lobby? I don't answer any questions. Okay, you can answer a couple. No No need to answer for that, the man asked the officer's name and badge number, however, he refused to give his ID to the police officer because he did not commit any crime when the police officer insisted that he asked him if he was detained.
The police officer confirmed that he was being detained, but when the man asked him why, the police officer said that he was trying to find out. Can I get his name and license plate number? Well, you can see Peterson, yes, entertained, yes, for a minute's sentence, what a crime. well, for filming Karma Lobby trying to find out what's going on, it's illegal well, we're trying to find out what's going on, the man then proceeded to give this cop a law
lesson, telling him that's not how it works and that he doesn't I can arrest him if he did not commit any crime.
When the man asked the police officer about his supervisor, he started making excuses and that's when we found out that the police officer is actually a sergeant, so why are you detaining me? Well, that's what we did. you're trying to figure it out man but you can't arrest someone just until you figure it out yeah that's how it works officer okay can I call your supervisor? I think it's the supervisor, our mask will talk to your supervisor, okay, you can't call yourself. supervisor out here, look here boss, so there's no one above you, yeah there sure is, so you're a sergeant, so you're a sergeant and that's fine, so the man still didn't want to answer any questions and the sergeant didn't There was no other option but to let him go.
Two guys were standing in a public place and filming their surroundings, which happened to include a police station, but then an officer arrived and expressed concern about people being filmed coming and going from the station, but the guys came prepared and said that they could film in public. Oh no, just at the police station. For some specific reason, the cop then explained that the people they are releasing from jail have a right to privacy, to which one of the guys said No, while filming from a public place, they reminded this cop that it's their First Amendment, yes, obviously we have security concerns and when you film in this area where we are releasing people who have been arrested, I have a right to privacy the people who go in and out of the jail if I could represent the public they don't know how do you imagine that first amendment okay go over it everything I can see of the public right now you can't go beyond what I can see, as long as I'm standing where I'm allowed to be.
Can I take a picture. At this point, you can tell the cop was feeling uncomfortable, so he changed the conversation and asked them if they were filming on his account. personal needs, but they refused to answer that, knowing full well that they didn't have to, so you guys are just filming for your personal needs and we don't want to answer any questions. It's okay, the policeman didn't want to let him go. then he accused them of antagonizing the people and hurting their feelings. The boys then asked for his name and badge number, which he refused at first, but then quickly changed his mind and in the end you can see the police officer leaving after they said they were firing him. obviously you guys are bothering people that's why I'm here because I don't care if you guys are up here but somewhere you don't care if we bother people too okay if your feelings are your feelings they're not ours concerns. the lights aren't clamped yeah that's right so it's antagonizing people it doesn't concern them at all guys what is that? um, I don't understand, yeah, exactly, you're the only antagonist here, but you're in public, right, yeah, but you. you're on the right watch and you serve them you serve me right now leave me alone I'm asking you to break contact with the judge you can do whatever you want and we already know that three here a guy was detained by a sheriff's deputy who asked him about registration of his license and proof of insurance, the guy then asked him what the nature of the stop is, to which the officer responded that he would tell him that as soon as he knew who he is, the guy instructed this cop. saying that to ask for identification he has to have a reason and express that reason.
How are you? You got your license registration for insurance the other night. What is the nature of the stop? As soon as he knows who you are, it's this Nazi. Germany, do I have to provide the documents before you tell me why? Well, if I don't know who I'm talking to in case you get away for free, I'd get the key out if I could, but I can't, you see? To get an ID from someone, you have to have a reason and articulate that reason to stop them correctly. Well, you do realize that I'm a constitutionalist, so I know that?
So unless you can articulate, this is my property. Yes, well, I know. I don't live here, but this is my property. This is not where I stay, but I own this property. He then went on to reveal that he knew the police officer was following him for no reason when he asked the officer once again about the nature of At the stop he said that he was going around too much, you really can't make this stuff up. The guy laughed at that statement and asked for his supervisor. He then
taughtthis deputy about the law a little more before wishing him good night and I knew you were following me I knew I used my turn signals I knew I wasn't speeding as soon as I saw you on the side of the road I saw you turn on your brake lights I knew you were going to go I knew exactly what you were going to do, there is nothing wrong with my car, all the lights in my car work, so what is the nature of the stop?
Well, most of it is that when you passed it didn't look like there was a front bumper and then because I was behind the car that was trying to conduct a search you took several turns and seemed to be evading me, you better call your damn supervisor, right? When is it illegal to make curves? He's like, dude, we both know where this is going and you know you have no reason to stop. Yes, you have a command, but what is your only articulable suspicion? uh yeah buddy, they won't give me an ID because I didn't do anything wrong, this is your car, it's in my dad's name, yeah buddy.
This is going to be an amazing YouTube video. You just admitted that I didn't commit any crime or traffic or a fraction. When is it illegal to turn? There is a bumper on my car. Leave me alone. I'm not doing anything. Alright? One fine night, this guy was sitting in his car in a parking lot waiting for his wife when the Pueblo Pino officer approached him and asked his name, citing a new law that requires him to have demographic data on anyone he contacts, no matter what. matter if Is parking management consensual or not? You guys are doing fine, yeah we're doing fine, so there's a law that just came out right about anyone I communicate with, even if it's consensual.
I have to get their demographic data, which I really like. Yes, the guy was surprised by this and said that this is not a stop on ID status. The policeman insisted but the guy did not give in to the policeman realizing that this guy should not be bothered with a changed conversation and accused him of being parked in a private parking lot but the guy continued to lecture him and said that it is actually a public parking which is not the law, yes it is with Senate Bill 217. No this is not a stop on ID status okay so I have to say I contacted you okay , you say that, okay, and also when I check the plate, okay, I just come back with a warrant, okay, so I just want to make sure that you're not the person, no, it's not the person, so can I get your name no well this is first, he said you have to identify me no, no, yes I do, this is not a stop at ID Status, that's who um, what do you mean?
It's also a law, it's a loss, the law now states that If someone I communicate with is okay, I need to get identification so I can say that I communicated with you. No I dont think so. That's not the law. This is private property. Mister. It is not. It is a public parking lot. No. This is private property. a public parking lot I don't believe it I don't believe it Sorry at the end the guy said the cop was scaring his kids but the cop accused him of not cooperating when the guy still refused to give his name the cop just left yeah you got scared, you're scaring my kids, there's no point in this, you know, this is, this is ridiculous, I wouldn't have to be scared if you were cooperative, well, no, no, this, that's not it, that's totally, that's it.
Just ridiculous man, this is ridiculous, sorry man, you have a good day too. Some people called the police because a guy was on his property when the police arrived to question the man. He said he was not on private property and then the police officer. He asked for his ID to issue him a ticket, but the guy reminded him that he doesn't need his ID for that. I've been in that trouble, okay, have fun, we'll tell you that you can't continue with his property, okay, okay, you don't need to have my ID to issue a trust, okay, yes sir, I have it, yes okay, then he explained to the other police officer that they were violating his rights and he threatened to sue them and the people who called them then the supervisor arrived and the guy explained everything to him but I didn't call you but they are telling you wrong no problem not me he was standing there we go to court and we find out he wasn't there and you lose your qualified immunity because you didn't investigate how he is doing what his name and phone number was, Mr.
Staff Sergeant Johnson. I was explaining to them that I am here exercising my First Amendment right. um private property starts about 1.2 feet on the other side of that telephone pole according to the government uh document um anyway I did my homework I'm down here I give some people a free appetizer they call the police game this one deputy here legally detained me for 18 minutes and 32 seconds is not enough. I was told that I have to show you my identification instructions and that I am trying to exercise my rights. Both gentlemen stood in an auditorium or courthouse with their hand on the Bible and swore oh to protect my civil rights.
He wants my room. amendment violated, he wants my first event offender and they call the police, they tell me and they lied. I received 28 minutes of video showing me doing exactly what I'm doing now for public profit, exercising my right as an American and at any moment he knows he knows exactly who I am, which one on the left, okay and I told him I'm going to file a previous complaint about him and about him and y'all have never had a problem with plumbing bills and once you realize who I am and what I'm doing and it really makes you look bad, man, and legally arrested no crime, that's the supervisor, he listened very carefully to everything this guy said and concluded that everything was fine as long as he was there. t on the property of these people
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