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Article posted Jan 03 2013, 12:19 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: YouTube Print

Texas Man Arrested For Filming Cop, Police Report Lies About Reason For Arrest

Chris | InformationLiberation


The cop didn't want the video to "end up on Youtube," so he harassed and arrested the man for filming him. Enjoy the video in all its glory via Youtube.





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Anonymous

Posted: Jan 03 2013, 8:41 AM

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108211 If the photographer did nothing wrong,
why is the cop asking him to provide ID ??

It's harassment. Period.
If the cop has nothing to hide,
why is he worried about you tube?

Anonymous

Posted: Jan 03 2013, 8:42 AM

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75145 Let's forget about shooting the video as pretext for the arrest, and let's forget about the remark about Youtube (which falls under cop's own freedom of speech). The cop in the video said that the arrest was for not showing the ID. Assuming that this was what he put in his report, and that's what the citizen was charged with (was he?), and that PD chief does not see anything wrong in it - it must be the law in this jurisdiction?
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 03 2013, 1:09 PM

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17374 There is no law in Texas requiring a person to show ID to police, unless the person has broken some law or there is probable cause. I see evidance of niether in the video.
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 03 2013, 11:16 PM

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198180 the cop is a monkey drone....and had no right to ask a photographer his ID....not a free country anymore...i a sad about this....Too many cops and not enough justice...
dougo

Posted: Jan 04 2013, 9:31 AM

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687 everyday at anytime day or night 24/7 you can observe san diego sheriffs breaking the law with intent knowing their superiors will lie to cover for them and just arrest the person-s who calls them on it.110% assholes who have no qualms about theatening people here in Imperial Beach and elsewhere.we are nothing but an excuse for another punk ass gang that sold out for a pay check!I must admit there may be a handful of good cops somewhere.where,i don,t know.
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 04 2013, 9:35 AM

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188151 As far as I know, the is no law anywhere in the US demanding citizens carry ID. A policeman can ask you if you have it, you can get around that by supplying your name ( I believe in most instances, you do he to give them your name).
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