Phoenix Police Illegally Detain Arizona Open Carry Supporter Filming InteractionSubmitted by InPursuitOfLiberty on Wed, 08/07/2013 - 04:18
Phoenix Police illegally detained an Arizona open carry supporter who because of his knowledge and experience with this generation’s version of police, was recording the detainment with a video camera.
This intelligent Arizonan obviously deeply cares for his life, and demonstrated this care and responsibility by not only carrying a gun and a camera, but also owning knowledge on his own natural rights and confidence to exercise them.
The first words to come out of the officer’s mouth have nothing to do with an explanation or greeting, but instead:
“Can I take your firearm for a minute?”
Phrasing his attempt at confiscating the Arizona open carry gun owner’s property as a question is a common trick police use to get unknowing individuals to give permission in violation of a Right. This is very different from a command, or direct order.
In-fact, Arizona cops are authorized by 13-3102 Section K, Arizona Law to “temporarily confiscate guns” when interacting with an individual, innocent or not, something these cops did not know or did not want to use as to further compromise the legality/illegality of what they were already doing.
FULL ARTICLE & VIDEO: http://livingnotsurviving.com/2013/08/06/video-phoenix-polic...