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Analysis posted Jul 12 2013, 4:08 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Psycho Cop Screams At Driver During Stop Over Cell Phone, Local Media Lie To Cover For Cop

Chris | InformationLiberation

[Update II: A full two weeks later and WVNS-TV 59 is still engaged in a full-on purge-a-thon of this video from the internet. Video reposted from another source. [Here's another copy]

Update: Sure enough, WVNS-TV 59 is trying to censor this video by filing copyright complaints, thankfully other people have uploaded it, again I urge all YouTubers to upload this video as many times as possible to as many sites as possible, this act of censorship should not be allowed to stand. Here's another mirror on Liveleak. The female "news reporter" in the video has been identified as Jessie Gavin.]

In this shocking video out of West Virginia we see a police officer yell and scream at a veteran and treat him as though he's a dangerous armed criminal after the cop pulled him over for simply driving while using his cell phone.

A local film crew with WVNS-TV 59 was embedded with the officer and interviewed the man after the incident as part of a bizarre shaming ritual. They asked him if he was familiar with the new laws banning cell phone usage, to which he replied he wasn't, he thought he could talk on the phone, just not text.

The man told the news crew he was disturbed by how rude the officer was and he wanted to file a complaint against him, he then asked for the news reporter's name as well as her camera man's as they were witnesses to his rude behavior.

The news reporter suddenly goes silent and refuses to give him her name, then she bizarrely says she didn't see the officer being rude, the camera man says the cop yelling and screaming wasn't rude, he just feared for his life (during a traffic stop over a cell phone).

The man responds by saying he's a veteran and even in war he was never talked to so disrespectfully, nonetheless the media propagandists stonewall him and refuse to give him their names nor lend him any help.

According to the man who posted the video on YouTube, WVNS-TV 59 pulled this video after getting a host of negative comments, I can't find it anywhere on their site, so YouTubers would do well to repost it as many times as possible. Frankly, it's one of the most despicable acts of presstitution I've ever seen and the WVNS-TV 59 news team ought to be ashamed of themselves.
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Posted: Jul 12 2013, 6:46 AM

81161 WHAT is that nazi-scumbag saying at about 1.50 in the video ?
I hear something along the line 'I'll kill ....'

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 6:49 AM

81161 Also : It's dangerous to talk on a phone while driving -
But talking into a hand-held microphone isn't ??

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 7:37 AM

The anti-texting while driving laws actually make the roads more dangerous, people still use cell phones but are now forced to hide them below where they can be seen, taking their line of sight away from the road, leading to more accidents. The laws are a complete fraud and nothing more than another excuse for cops to harass people and shake them down for cash.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 10:23 AM

75145 Re. the officer: I wouldn't say he was rude. He was screaming and threatening - yes; but in fact he did not say one dirty word, and even when he was screaming, he was addressing him "sir", rather than "mf", "scambag" etc. The threatening tone is apparently part of police training designed to gain upper hand and force compliance. The civilian still could have refused the request - unless he is already under arrest, he does not have to follow officer's orders. He also could have yelled back at the officer. It's all free speech.

Re. oters' comments about anti-cellphone laws - I find it completely reasonable requirement to ban talking, and ten times so texting. Buy $10 Bluetooth earpiece.


Posted: Jul 12 2013, 11:53 AM

207109 @75145 It is people with your attitude that have allowed the cops to get away with everything that they have. You are also completely ignorant to suggest that the civilian could have yelled back or refused the officers' request. It is a choice to do such a thing but you are looking at being tasered or killed with psycho cops like this out there.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 12:16 PM

75145 @207109, what I said is based on my own experience. And it's exactly because I'm not afraid to reply back to the officer in not exactly friendly tone, rather than put the tail between legs, comply with the order he is not in position to issue, and them complain post-factum, I think that my modest contribution to police behavior so far has been the opposite to what you just said.

When you say tasered or killed - it's only because apparently you were too afraid to try it. if you are a hero here on the forum, next time try to stand your ground, and you will see how quickly officer's attitude changes - that is, if you have the guts.

When officer's tone is inappropriate, the right response would be "sorry officer, it looks like you are not in control of the situation and yourself, please bring it the supervisor" - and then refuse to deal with him.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 12:27 PM

9822 Cops talk on the phone, radio and even use the computer while driving, but this ticket is a big money generator so the hypocrisy doesn't bother them.
The news girl and cameraman were real jerks. They chose to interject themselves into this man's business, even using this issue for a story, yet lacked the decency to even give the man their names as potential witnesses. So much for truth and justice in America.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 1:49 PM

75145 > The news girl and cameraman (...) lacked the decency to even give the man their names as potential witnesses

What witnesses? the man was going to complain to cop's supervisor. That's his right certainly, but no witnesses are required in the process. Was he going to sue? for being talked to in heightened tone, not beaten, not arrested, not illegally searched? If he was, I'm in full agreement with the media people - it would be total waste of their time.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 3:23 PM

17444 Bottom line police are just derelict servants that just live off hard working taxpayers. Police just enforce their unconstitutional laws so they can steal money from people. Filing complaints against police is a waste because nothing will happen. Even if the officers tone is inappropriate and you don't want to deal with him he will make up a reason to arrest you.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 3:34 PM

46105 What is wrong with the cops back, isn't that from excessive wanking?

This sort of "cop with a camera" entertainment is disgusting. Why are there so many police tv shows? Why is the police all over the TV constantly? Why is Cops in its 30th season? I have never met anyone who likes watching 30 seasons of cops. Why do they keep making police tv shows? They are trying to mass manipulate the population in such a way that paints an image of the police. Why does a driving violation give a police officer the right to be rude?

The is no law that says people have to obey the commands of police like they are in the military! That police officer obviously thinks he is in charge of everyone, its your typical god complex.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 3:36 PM

46105 That guy could even argue that his behavior was antagonistic, for the purpose of the camera, that guy is trying to make the person get worked up. So that the victim (the guy talking on the phone in this instance) reacts in such a way that makes the "police entertainment" more interesting. They are then trying to create police tv shows more exciting by trying to work the "victims" up in to a state that generates more animosity.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 3:40 PM

46105 The beauty of this bullshit citation was that the "victim" did not even know that he was breaking the law. The only one truly breaking the law here was the aggressive police officer and the lying media crew, making money off the backs of police brutality. The police are disgusting.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 5:12 PM

170213 I wonder if all the cops and news people made more money if their level of honesty would increase?or would they play the same bullshit and game the system to falsify the stats in their favor?

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 5:22 PM

69171 @75145 look i am not a coward. i train fighters as a matter of fact. i know how to handle myself and how to teach others how to handle themselves. this is not the issue. i can feed you link after link for days straight showing officers abusing their 'power' violently. my question is how can you turn a blind eye to that just because you had a couple of experiences where you were able to talk a cop down? they are predators. they are a criminal organization who commit crime daily. they are the brute squad for the ruling class. just because you talked yourself out of a speeding ticket doesn't change that a bit.

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 6:07 PM

69209 @69171 - I don't argue, and in fact I agree with all your statements in the last post - in general. Now, with all that agreed, let's return to this particular episode. Can you honestly say that the raised voice of the cop raises to the levels of the abuse of power that you had in mind in your post? with "sir" in every his phrase?

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 8:13 PM

99255 available here

Posted: Jul 12 2013, 10:20 PM

Thank you for the link, sure enough they're trying to censor it through filing copyright complaints!

Posted: Jul 13 2013, 12:32 AM

9822 @75145 the news girl and cameraman could have been witnesses. They saw the incident, they filmed it. They could have given the driver their names and spoke to the officer's supervisor giving their take on the event. After all, they thought the situation was interesting enough to use for a news story, but evidently they were so embedded with the police that they wouldn't even speak with the officer's supervisor. Most likely reason being that the video they had recorded showed the officer a bit unhinged and screaming like a banshee before he even reached the driver, contradicting their politically correct position that the officers demeanor was minimal given his pursuit of self preservation.
I doubt the driver has litigation in mind. When he requested that they bear witness he probably was hoping that the officer be afforded the opportunity to learn something about decency and conduct among his betters. The witness of two local TV people would undoubtedly have more influence with the officer's supervisor than the words of a regular person. If the officer's supervisor would speak to the policeman and explain to him that shouting and turning red in the face is unnecessary in the adult world the supervisor would actually be doing him a favor. When the officer acts so silly and exposes himself as a buffoon he invites ridicule which reflects on the entire department. Besides, the driver had admitted to talking on the phone, they were going to get his money, so why not at least be pleasant while practicing this form of state sponsored extortion?

Posted: Jul 13 2013, 12:40 AM

72234 You know let's reserve the psycho adjective for truly psycho behavior. The cop was actually doing his job. Cellphones and driving are dangerous. He got a ticket, he got told to stay in his car. He did not get hit, tazed, swore at or physically harmed and then was allowed to go. What exactly was psychotic here?

Posted: Jul 15 2013, 2:03 PM

69171 @69209 I suppose it depends on what your definition of abuse is.

Webster dictionary has it as; 1) : a corrupt practice or custom 2) : language that condemns or vilifies usually unjustly, intemperately, and angrily.

According to the dictionary the cop absoutely abused this man as he was not convicted of anything and was unjustly, intemperately, and angrily condemned. If a person suggests that a cop needs to act in this manner for personal safety reasons then I would say that such a cop is a coward to endanger the people that he is sworn to protect in favor of his own safety.
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