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U.S. Army Soldier Arrested By Police For Asking Questions (Video)

U.S. Army Soldier Arrested By Police For Asking Questions (Video)

Georgia man was filming cops during traffic stop

Paul Joseph Watson
November 26, 2012

A U.S. Army serviceman was arrested by Georgia police for “obstruction of law enforcement” despite the fact that his crime amounted to nothing more than asking questions while filming cops during a traffic stop.

19-year-old Andrew Ogiba, a two year member of the U.S. Army, was charged, arrested and hauled off to jail for little more than narrating into his camera and asking a police officer questions during the incident in Mcrae, Georgia, which began when Ogiba was stopped and given a citation for loud music.

The video of the incident shows Ogiba talking to his camera about how he had already been fined for loud music after a previous citation, but that he believed the noise citation was unconstitutional after speaking with the ACLU.

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yzim7eKJ6S4&feature=player_em...

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I am seeing more and more of these types of videos and worse. We need to start fighting back. Anyone that gets arrested by an officer in violation of their rights, should file a law suit against that officer personally.

I'm curious about the knuckle tattoo

that he was trying to hide starting around the 5:28 mark, maybe some one can freeze it at 5:19 and enhance it.

I will post the video

Thanks for the link..

It was Peace Officer when I was growing up.

Which has now evolved into law enforcement officer, yet they have no regard for the Constitution, ie 'The Law Of The Land'.

I hope that cop gets canned.

"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul