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Old 05-26-2015, 09:15 AM   #4841
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizen's dogs.</p><p>Woman's dog fatally shot by deputies responding to call | www.wftv.com</p><p>
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</p><p>ws that a call to authorities for helpended with her dog being shot and killed by a deputy.</p><p>Deborah Jones said her 4-year-old pit bull was in his home when&nbsp;Orange County&nbsp;deputies kicked the door in, and fatally shot the dog.</p><p>&quot;They had to shoot my dog for no reason. They kicked my door in. I can't even lock my door,&quot; Jones said.</p><p>Jones said she left her home Sunday morning, and when she returned, she found deputies surrounding her home and a paper authorizing the county to pick up her dog's body.</p><p>&quot;My dog was right here dead. They wrapped him up with a blanket,&quot; Jones said.</p><p>Jones said had called for help earlier in the day when she and her boyfriend had an argument. Jones said the Sheriff's Office responded after she left.</p><p>A public information officer said that because of the nature of the call, deputies had to force their way in and the dog, named Itchygo, charged at them once they got in.</p><p>Itchygo was home alone.</p><p>&quot;That's his house. This is his house. He's got to protect this house,&quot; said Jones' daughter, Kita Williams.</p><p>Williams said since no one was home, neighbors who saw the shooting told them what happened.</p><p>Neighbors said they told deputies no one was home, but they went in anyway.</p><p>&quot;If three neighbors are telling the officers no one's here, that don't give you proper cause to continue coming in,&quot; said Williams.</p><p>Deputies said because they never received another call to cancel the response, they had to respond urgently.</p><p>Williams said she is concerned for her mother's safety living in the troubled Tymber Skan complex without Itcygo to protect her.&nbsp;</p><p id="202">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:17 AM   #4842
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens using &quot;foul&quot; language in public</p><p>
</p><p>doesnt matter that the supreme court has ruled that fould langauge is not disorderly conduct...gotta roll up into bad neighborhoods and make things worse for no reason because you're too incompetent to solve a real crime.</p>
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:19 AM   #4843
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<p>the problem with policing is the legal system.</p><p>Lee County sheriff accused of arresting man trying to serve him with subpoena | abc11.com</p><p>
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</p><p>A federal judge has issued a restraining order against Lee County Sheriff Tracey Carter in what may be an unprecedented case in North Carolina.<br /><br />It started when a 71-year-old investigator for a Raleigh attorney's office tried to serve the sheriff with a subpoena in a civil suit against the department.<br /><br />The investigator alleges he went to Carter's home, but no one came to the door. As he was leaving, he claims the sheriff came out, blocked his truck, and then Carter's deputies showed up to arrest him for trespassing.<br /><br />Raleigh attorney Kieran Shanahan convinced federal judge Terrence Boyle that the arrest was actually an attempt to obstruct the service of subpoenas. Boyle signed a restraining order against the sheriff and his deputies who are being forced to testify in the upcoming civil trial.<br /><br />&quot;In the environment we live in now where police are under scrutiny for acting out and misbehaving you would think that a sheriff in North Carolina would comply with the law and accept simple service of a piece of paper,&quot; said Shanahan.<br /><br />Shanahan told ABC11 he believes a federal restraining order against a North Carolina sheriff may be unprecedented.<br /><br />&quot;I don't think a federal judge would have done such a thing if he didn't also share my concern about a sheriff who's confused between enforcing the law and thinking they are above the law,&quot; he said.<br /><br />ABC11 reached out to Sheriff Carter for his side of the story, but we were referred to the Lee County Attorney. We were told there would be no comment.</p><p id="185">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:22 AM   #4844
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens who force police to&nbsp;escalate the situation, after getting pulled over for not wearing a seatbeat, by asking for the ticket.</p><p>
</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>jeez, i wonder why this couple was scared to get out of the car for a seat belt violation...oh yeah, because the gang attacks&nbsp;violently.&nbsp;</p>
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:36 AM   #4845
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizen that can do a better job.</p><p>Lengthy L.A. Police Chase Brought To End By Random Dude On The Street</p><p>
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</p><p>A random pedestrian news outlets alternately referred to as &ldquo;heroic&rdquo; and &ldquo;crazy&rdquo; brought a wild Los Angeles police chase to an end as he stepped in front of the suspect&rsquo;s car, ending the hour-long pursuit.</p><p>Reporters suggested the man, who walked into the middle of the street and managed to do what police couldn&rsquo;t, was either &ldquo;homeless&rdquo; or &ldquo;an unstable individual.&rdquo; He likely saved taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars, and was arrested for his effort.</p><p id="224">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:39 AM   #4846
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens who fall asleep</p><p>Sheriff sends in SWAT tank and chopper ? and finds a sleeping man with food | Miami Herald Miami Herald</p><p>
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</p><p>A Florida sheriff sent in the works &mdash; a tank filled with SWAT members, dozens of deputies, a helicopter &mdash; and found this inside a church: a sleeping man with a bag of food he had been given.</p><p>The cause for alarm: reports of a suspect, possibly armed and making threatening comments, according to&nbsp;bradenton.com. Turned out the man was clutching a&nbsp;liquor bottle&nbsp;filled with wine.</p><p>Why the massive response?</p><p>&quot;When they heard that, they saw what they thought could be a weapon and they became alarmed and law enforcement got involved,&quot; Manatee County sheriff&rsquo;s spokesman Dave Bristow said.</p><p>The man found at The Bridge Church in Manatee County will not be charged criminally.</p><p><img alt="" src="http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/news-columns-blogs/deadline-miami/qonqvf/picture21552870/ALTERNATES/FREE_960/tank%20(2)" style="height:658px; width:960px" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p id="208">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:45 AM   #4847
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens inciting a riot.</p><p>School Children Arrested and Criminally Charged for Inciting a Riot ? For a Food Fight | Police Zero</p><p>
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</p><p>A number of students at San Antonio&rsquo;s McCollum High School were charged with inciting a riot for their involvement in a food fight that took place at the school this Thursday just after noon.</p><p><em>&ldquo;It was a rowdy food fight. There were plates all over the floor, and corn in the air and some milk cartons as well,</em>&rdquo; student Adrian Toscano told KSAT-TV.</p><p>For some reason, the staff at the school was not able to control the situation, and they ended up calling the police, who came in and arrested ten students for inciting a riot.</p><p><em>&ldquo;Inciting a riot is because there was 900 kids in the cafeteria when the food fight started. Everybody rushed out, and it caused somewhat of a stampede out there,</em>&rdquo; district spokeswoman Leslie Garza told&nbsp;<span style="color:rgb(190, 11, 6)">KSAT-TV.</span></p><p id="239">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:47 AM   #4848
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<p>breaking new:&nbsp;police turn their attention their direction to the place where police snipers killed everyone.</p><p>Investigators Scour Roof Of Twin Peaks Restaurant For Evidence</p><p>
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</p><p>&nbsp;Investigators turned their attention Friday to the roof of the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco where a shootout early Sunday afternoon between rival motorcycle gangs and police left nine bikers dead and 18 wounded.</p><p>The Waco Fire Department provided a ladder truck to allow investigators to inspect the roof in search of guns and other evidence.</p><p>Investigators from several suburban departments including Robinson, Lacy Lakeview and Hewitt were also at the restaurant Friday &ldquo;adding a fresh pair of eyes to the scene.&rdquo;</p><p id="278">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:49 AM   #4849
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens.</p><p>[ll]72d_1432478920[/ll]</p>
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:50 AM   #4850
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<p>the problem with policing is the handcuffed citizens.</p><p>LiveLeak.com - Video shows cop karate kick handcuffed suspect in the head twice</p><p>
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</p><p><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">This is the jaw-dropping moment a police officer karate kicks a suspected drunk driver TWICE around the head.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">The act of violence was viewed by his fellow cops, who just stood by watching. In the video, the 41-year-old officer kicks the suspect with his left foot and then his right while the victim is handcuffed to a chair at the police station in Majorca. And colleagues of the officer failed to intervene - with <strong>one accused of moving a camera after realising the attack has been filmed on CCTV.</strong></span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">The officer now faces four years behind bars if convicted on charges of torture and wounding. He told at a court in Palma on Tuesday that he had &quot;lost his nerves&quot; after the suspect &quot;threatened to slice up his daughter&quot;. He also insisted he knew he was being filmed and apologised to his victim.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">He said: &quot;It wasn't the right behaviour. It wasn't the sort of behaviour a policeman should display.&quot; The police officer accused of moving the camera said he knocked it by accident as he got his extendable baton out. The attack took place in September 2011 after the assault victim had been arrested upon failing a breath test in the wake of a road accident.</span><br />&nbsp;</p><p id="157">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:53 AM   #4851
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<p>the problem with policing is the vitizens.</p><p>Polk deputy charged with indecent exposure - Story | abcactionnews.com | Tampa Bay News, Weather, Sports, Things To Do | WFTS-TV</p><p>
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</p><p>A Polk County sheriff&rsquo;s lieutenant is accused of exposing himself at work and trying to convince a female employee not to incriminate him.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Dexter Jerome Hill, 44, of Lakeland is charged with indecent exposure and tampering in a misdemeanor proceeding.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Jerome, who has resigned, worked as a supervisor in the South County Jail.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Hill is accused of exposing himself at work in front of a female employee at the jail, according to the Polk County Sheriff&rsquo;s Office. During an investigation, he contacted the woman and tried to influence her not to incriminate him.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Hill was booked into Polk County Jail, but was released after posting a $1,500.</p><p id="189">
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:54 AM   #4852
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens minding their own business.</p><p>Federal jury orders Teller County sheriff's officials to pay $72K to man for rights violations - 7NEWS Denver TheDenverChannel.com</p><p>
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</p><p>The Teller County undersheriff and two deputies have been ordered to pay $72,583 in damages to a construction contractor after a federal jury found they violated his constitutional rights by <strong>unlawfully entering the sleeping man's van and unlawfully seizing him.</strong></p><p>Paul Bauman's lawsuit said SWAT team deputies used such excessive force against the man they dislodged his pacemaker, injured his heart and compressed discs in his spine.</p><p>After a four-day civil trial in Denver federal court, the jury on Friday found Undersheriff Stan Bishop, Deputy Josh Weatherill and Deputy Nick Hartbauer guilty on two counts of violating Bauman's Fourth Amendment rights against unlawful searches and seizures, Bauman's attorney, David Lane told 7NEWS.</p><p>The jury found Undersheriff Bishop was liable for the conduct of deputies Weatherill and Hartbauer and awarded Bauman $72,583 in damages for violations of his Fourth Amendments rights, Senior U.S. District Judge Richard P. Matsch wrote in the judgment. However, jurors did not find that the deputies used excessive force.</p><p>The lawsuit centered on the afternoon of Oct. 20, 2010, when Bauman was unwinding in his Toyota van after installing a new roof on a home in Cripple Creek Mountain Estates.</p><p>He had recently had a pacemaker installed for a heart condition and took some medication about 5:30 p.m. before falling asleep in his van,&nbsp; Bauman's lawsuit said. He was living out of his van and had permission to park on private property in Cripple Creek.</p><p>Little did Bauman know that he was about to be drawn into a police investigation about the theft of guns and ammunition.</p><p>A day earlier, a local man reported to the Cripple Creek Police Department that he'd returned home from vacation to find that someone had broken into his home and stolen about 60 long guns, 24 handguns, and 10,000 rounds of ammunition.</p><p>The following day, Cripple Creek police Sgt. &nbsp;April Peterson was contacted by an informant who said he had individuals who were offering to sell him a large amount of guns, the lawsuit said. The informant told the sergeant that he would &quot;organize a drop location and time&quot; for police to move in and arrest the people offering to sell the guns.</p><p>The informant told Sgt. Peterson to meet him at Johnny Nola&rsquo;s Casino in Cripple Creek. But when she went there, the informant never showed up.</p><p>Sgt. Peterson had two officers conduct surveillance outside the informant's motor home, which was located on private property near Colorado and Warren avenues in Cripple Creek.</p><p>While watching for the informant, the officers spotted Paul Bauman getting into his van on the property.</p><p>...</p><p>According to the lawsuit, law enforcement officers decided to enter Bauman's van and the mobile home of the informant.</p><p>Despite not having a search warrant and having no information that Bauman had committed a crime, one deputy broke a rear window of Bauman&rsquo;s van, while the other threw open the rear door to the van, the lawsuit said.</p><p>The deputies dragged Bauman out of the van, causing him to fall on his back and they &quot;pinned him to the ground by stepping on his groin with their feet, which caused his pacemaker to dislodge,&quot; the lawsuit said.</p><p>...</p><p id="241">
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Old 05-26-2015, 10:04 AM   #4853
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens.</p><p>Santa Clara cop on leave, accused of boosting smart watch from San Jose Target store - San Jose Mercury News</p><p>
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</p><p>A longtime <strong>Santa Clara police officer</strong> has been ordered off the job after he was accused of <strong>using sophisticated burglary tools to shoplift a smart watch from a Target store</strong> in San Jose, authorities said.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Kiet Nguyen, whose 25th anniversary with the force would be in October, is on paid administrative leave after he was cited in two misdemeanors, shoplifting and possessing burglary tools, stemming from a Saturday visit to the Target at the Westgate Center shopping mall on Saratoga Avenue.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&quot;We're sad to hear this happened involving one of our employees,&quot; said Lt. Kurt Clarke, a Santa Clara police spokesman. &quot;We'll await the outcome of the investigation and an administrative review.&quot;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p id="203">
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Old 05-26-2015, 12:54 PM   #4854
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens.</p><p>
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&nbsp;1 in 7 New Yorkers have an open warrant.
</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>the professor arguing that abolishing someone's decade old&nbsp;open warrant might lead to violent crime is just so lol.</p>
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens.</p><p>Cops Caught On TapeCop beats suspect, lies to cover up his crime - City settles for $185,000</p><p>
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</p><p>In 2008, Neal Malangone was being trailed by cops for allegedly throwing a garbage can through his mother-in-law&rsquo;s window a few days earlier. Detective David Gross and two partners followed Malangone, eventually cornering him in the vestibule of a Chase bank on Woodhaven Blvd. in Queens.</p><p><a href="http://www.copscaughtontape.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/beating.png"><img alt="beating" src="http://www.copscaughtontape.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/beating.png" style="border-width:0px; float:left; height:auto; margin-bottom:10px; margin-right:15px; width:312px" /></a></p><p>A surveillance video from the bank shows Gross entering the ATM lobby with his gun drawn and what appears to be a baton in his other hand. Malangone immediately raised his hands, palms-up, then put his arms down, walked to the middle of the lobby and appeared to be lowering himself to the floor when Gross kicked him in the upper back.</p><p>When Malangone rose, there was a bloody trail on the floor and the side of his face was streaked with blood. Moschella conceded that Gross&rsquo; gun struck the suspect in the head &ldquo;unintentionally&rdquo; while he was trying to subdue him.</p><p>Det. Gross swore that Neal Malangone had assumed a &ldquo;boxer&rsquo;s stance,&rdquo; refused &ldquo;six or seven&rdquo; orders to get down, and flailed his arms, leaving him no choice but to use brutal force against the man.</p><p>The problem for Gross is that virtually none of that story appears to be true. The city has settled the lawsuit for $185,000.</p><p>Gross has been named in at least five other lawsuits, according to data obtained by The News. Two of those lawsuits &mdash; one involving a teenager who was shot when Gross and his partner mistook a water gun for a Tec-9, and the other alleging Gross shot a Brooklyn man from behind for &ldquo;no justifiable reason&rdquo; &mdash; each settled for $250,000.&nbsp;Gross, a 21-year veteran, retired from the force after he was cleared of the departmental charges in the Malangone incident.</p><p id="211">
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens unwilling to pay attorney's fees.</p><p>Joe Arpaio asks public to pay legal fees, laments: I have to pay for my own lawyers!</p><p>
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</p><p>Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is asking supporters to pay for the cost of his ongoing legal battles,&nbsp;<a href="http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-ff-arpaio-20150524-story.html" target="_blank">the&nbsp;<em>Los Angeles Times</em>&nbsp;reported.</a></p><p>&ldquo;In some instances I have to personally pay for attorneys to represent me in these cases,&rdquo; Arpaio said in an email to fans late last week. &ldquo;I do not have the personal wealth or the wherewithal to keep up with the costly demands of paying for attorneys to defend me.&rdquo;</p><p>Arpaio made his appeal a day before filing for the removal of District Judge G. Murray Snow from contempt of court proceedings against him.</p><p>The sheriff&rsquo;s attorneys argued that Snow is incapable of being impartial in the case because of a situation created by Arpaio&rsquo;s own representation; Arpaio&nbsp;revealed last month&nbsp;that a former attorney hired a private detective to investigate Snow&rsquo;s wife.</p><p>&ldquo;No reasonable person with knowledge of the facts can deny that Judge Snow is now investigating and presiding over issues involving his own family,&rdquo; Arpaio&rsquo;s current lawyer, Mel McDonald, argued.</p><p><a href="http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/arpaios-desperation-move-lawyers-move-to-disqualify-judge-snow-7352908" target="_blank"><em>Phoenix New Times</em>&nbsp;reported</a>&nbsp;that McDonald and his team &ldquo;rode on the coattails&rdquo; of conservative activist Larry Klayman in filing for Snow to be removed.</p><p>McDonald admitted to reading a motion Klayman filed&nbsp;earlier this month&nbsp;that also called for the judge to be removed from the case because of the investigation against his wife. Klayman&rsquo;s motion was unsuccessful.</p><p>Arpaio could be found in civil contempt of court stemming from the 2013 court ruling that found his department was engaging in racial profiling against Latinos. If Snow strikes down McDonald&rsquo;s motion, the sheriff is due back in court in June.</p><p>A former sergeant in his &ldquo;human smuggling unit&rdquo;&nbsp;testified last month&nbsp;that Arpaio allowed the practice to continue for more than a year after the decision. The sheriff said at the time that he delegated responsibility for following the order to his attorneys and subordinates.</p><p><a href="http://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/news/arpaio-costs-county-more-than-44-million-in-melendres-expenses-7341280" target="_blank"><em>New Times</em>&nbsp;also reported</a>&nbsp;that Maricopa County has spent more than $44 million to comply with the ruling, on top of paying $14.2 million in legal costs.</p><p id="272">
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Old 05-26-2015, 01:09 PM   #4857
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens being&nbsp;knowledgeable&nbsp;of the law.</p><p>
</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>also TIL: cops dont need search&nbsp;warrants, seizre warrants, and/or arrest warrants if they are on a &quot;call&quot;</p>
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens.</p><p>
</p><p>TIL: higher threat level means constitution no care.&nbsp;</p><p>
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</p><p id="eow-description">Stay cool, Be polite, Assert Your Rights, and Always Film The Police.<br />I am not an attorney. Please seek legal advice from a licensed attorney. The views expressed in the comments section are not necessarily those of Jeff Gray. I do not support comments that libel the persons appearing in my videos. I do not support racists comments or comments that call for acts of violence or otherwise unlawful activity. Comments on this website are the sole responsibility of their writers and the writer will take full responsibility, liability, and blame for any libel or litigation that results from something written in or as a direct result of something written in a comment.<br />Please comply with YouTube's already established terms of use policy.<br /><br />There is a chronic ongoing struggle to preserve individual liberty against those who claim safety and security as an alibi to erode our civil rights.<br /><br />On 9/11/2001 a war on terror was declared. Since then Trillions of dollars have been spent. Tens of thousands of our brave men and women have been killed or wounded and thousands more suffer from mental illness like PTSD.<br /><br />For those of us paying attention, we know another war was also declared on 9/11/2001. The war on individual liberty, and it is being fought right here on the streets of America. While many people disagree on the truthfulness of the official 911 story, most people agree that the fear created by those attacks has been exploited and used as an alibi to erode our constitutionally protected individual rights. We are told ad nauseam that we must sacrifice liberty for security, and that our military personnel are fighting and dying to protect our freedom in countries thousands of miles away. Yet, at home American citizens are being harassed, arrested and treated like terrorist for simply exercising our civil liberties. It is easy to claim your rights when there is no danger in doing so. Our rights only truly count when people are willing to assert those rights under threat and under duress. We must not allow our rights to be eroded by ISIS or by our own government. Will our military personnel and law enforcement officers fight for our freedom and respect our rights here on American soil?</p><p>
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Old 05-26-2015, 01:57 PM   #4859
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<p>the problem with policing is the citizens.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>
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</p><p><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">The Wake Forest Police Department says an officer has &quot;been dealt with&quot;, but can't comment further after a man was arrested while videotaping the arrest of a friend.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">The incident happened at an Irish pub in February. Robert Johnson told ABC11 he was nearby when his friend got into a confrontation with the bar staff.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">&quot;I guess the bouncers were arguing with him for being loud or whatever,&quot; said Johnson.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">When police arrived, Johnson started recording.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">&quot;Kept a safe distance - just videotaping,&quot; he recalled.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">That's when things took a turn in his direction. Minutes into the recording, you hear an officer tell Johnson they're going to take his phone.</span><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">&quot;He said that he needed my phone for evidence cause I was videotaping the arrest, but I know that wasn't right, so I kept taping,&quot; said Johnson.</span></p><p><strong><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">That's when the officer took the phone by force.</span></strong><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">&quot;He grabbed my other hand that was not in a cast and twisted it back and was trying to slam me on my face which eventually happened,&quot; said Johnson.</span></p><p><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">The next thing you hear in the recording is the officer trying to turn it off.</span><br /><br /><strong><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">&quot;How do you stop your phone?&quot; the officer asks.</span></strong><br /><br /><strong><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">Johnson was arrested for resisting and obstructing an arrest. Within just a few weeks, the charges were dropped and he got his cell phone back.</span></strong><br /><br /><span style="color:rgb(0, 0, 0)">But he says the experience is having lasting effects on his effort to turn his life around. He's on probation for an assault in 2013, so his probation officer had to be notified and the arrest still shows up online...</span><br />&nbsp;</p><p id="176">
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