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Michigan Man Who Tried to Pull Over Police Officer Faces Jail Time

Kelly's Court | FOXNews.com (P1)

A Michigan man is facing jail time after he tried to make a citizen's arrest ... of a police officer. His own video captures 60-year-old Steve McClain yelling at a cop to pull over for not wearing a seat belt and speeding.

FOX2 | myFOXDetroit.com (P2)
SOUTHGATE, Mich. — He rolled up alongside a Detroit police officer and shouted, "Where's your damn seatbelt?" while his home video camera was rolling. Now, Steve McClain of Southgate says he's in trouble with the law for reckless driving.

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12 miles south of Detroit. Last week, close to this area, there was a seat belt sting set up with a cop hiding behind bushes. So this man set out to expose the hypocrisy and tries to pull over a cop for not wearing a seatbelt. 10|18|12

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To listen to the sold out puppet media

no concern about the cop breaking his own immoral rules about forcing submission of seatbelt wearing. The message is that we are the submissive servants of those who wear black uniforms and badges who enforce their so called rule law demands yet have no concern about the very same rules laws applying to themselves. A good example of the slave of a slave is the worst taskmaster.



It's called Selective Enforcement

and could be grounds for a lawsuit.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

I SO wanted to do that once: tell off a reckless driving PIG!

I SO wanted to do that once: tell off a reckless driving PIG! Get this: a cop swerving across two lanes of traffic, passing on the left in the breakdown lane, kicking up a tornado of sand and refuse, then cutting back through two lanes, WITHOUT emergency lights and without signalling -- just so he could sneak up to a sports car and pull it over.

Having to slam on my brakes twice and deal with a sea of brakelights as motorists struggled to cope with a reckless cop made me so enraged, I was trying to figure how to cut across a lane to also pull over and give that pig a lambasting, but there was too much confused traffic blocking my right to get over in time.

Judging by what a wacko that cop was, I was probably saved jail time. Imagine if I'd gotten out of my vehicle and approached the pulled over sports car, demanding both the name of the cop and offering to be a witness for the defense of the sports car?

I'd have probably been arrested for trespassing on a federal highway! That pig was totally insane, and state cops have that argument.

But man... that scene still bugs me after 10 years. What a jerk!

"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"

LoL ... I give the man credit

LoL ... I give the man credit for productively using his testosterone for the sake of enforcing equality. ;) Now, if 10,000 of his fellow Michiganders did likewise... "I've had it and I ain't taking it anymore!"