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Police Arrest Man Under Pretense Of Law To Incite Violence

Totally unprovoked arrest by a so call public servant, Don't ever address a cop even if he is the one that call you. This cop was looking for an excuse to show off his power. Total nutcase, would fit well in the G 20 police gang. I dont why but I just thought of that drunk Ron Paul supporter who kept yelling his name! lmao. I cant wait till I live in a free society.... let me know what you guys think of this, ok Freedom Fighters? Enjoy ya'll http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gRgLWFIKEjc&feature=related



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this is canada

this is canada

someone told me that we dont

someone told me that we dont even have to pull over for cops!does anyone know if thats true? because there public servants!!!! if thats true, wow..... lmao

juan maldonado

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Is your local Police Department a For Profit Corporation?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmCqn9maWBs&feature=fvst

They are employed by a particular government

As I understand it, they are employees of, and enforce the laws and ordinances of, specific governmental entities. For example, police officers are employed by a city, sheriff deputies are employed by a county, and troopers are employed by the State. Again, I am talking about Florida; it may be different elsewhere.

A Constitutional, Christian conservative who voted for Ron and stands with Rand

I don't know about other states but...

In Florida, failing to pull over when a cop is trying to stop you can be a felony ("Fleeing and Eluding"). Just pull over, then (if appropriate) argue an unconstitutional stop later on, in court.

A Constitutional, Christian conservative who voted for Ron and stands with Rand

really? but there not

really? but there not government officials, correct? a felony? wow lol.

juan maldonado