Cop Arrests Man For Disagreeing With HimCharges man with "obstruction of justice" for disagreeing with his take on an event
Chris | InformationLiberation
Apr. 29, 2011
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A Parkersburg, West Virginia police officer flew into a rage after a passenger in a car he had pulled over suggested the driver was not responsible for a previous accident he was involved in. The cop apparently vehemently disagreed, and rather than express himself through voicing his disagreement, he decided instead to arrest the man and falsely charge him with obstruction of justice.
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This is a clear cut abuse of power and this police officer is the exact type of person who should not be given arbitrary power. This cop should be fired and charged with making a false arrest, this type of thuggery should not be tolerated.