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How To Deal With Unwanted Cops

Most everyone here knows about this stuff. Good to brush up on this knowledge from time to time.



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I use this video to teach the

I use this video to teach the bill of rights to high schoolers.

I am glad flexyourrights.org put one out where everyone was innocent.

Before they had one where everyone was breaking the law but by knowing their rights did not end up in trouble with the law. Harder to show that one in school.


http://youtu.be/yqMjMPlXzdA

I wish you were my teacher back in HS

Keep up the awesome work!!!

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".
--Voltaire

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown

Florida

I'm a Florida resident
On my license it states i automatically consent to sobriety checks
Can i still refuse??

What is the Definition of Sobriety Check in Florida Law?

Under New York motor vehicle law a sobriety test implies a scientific chemical test such as breath or bodily fluid analysis. If operating a motor vehicle on the public highways or parking lots at the time of detention you must submit to a sobriety test or be charged with a either a crime (e.g., misdemeanor or felony depending upon the circumstances) and arrested or given a written indictment of violation (i.e., appearance ticket). The best thing to do is not be under the influence of any drug while driving since the government can charge you with crimes and perform severe civil punishment.

If you are not operating a vehicle (e.g., inside a public place) a person does not have to take a sobriety test or present any document of identification but must state their name and where they reside if asked.

When first questioned by a police or peace officer ask if you are free to leave. If you are denied your right to move on then say you exercise your right to remain silent and speak no further. If the officer places you under arrest whether valid or not you must acquiesce to the fact you are under the control of law enforcement. Do not offer any resistance but continue to remain silent and do not give your signature to anything unless advised by legal council.

Good advice begintowin

!

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".
--Voltaire

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown

Yes you can

however you will have to live without a license for one year. If you are drunk I think it's a better deal than a DWI.

"It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere".
--Voltaire

It's hard not to be a menace to society when half the population is happy on their knees. - unknown

I can think of a few other ways

To deal with unwanted cops.

"I'm Ron Paul." - Ron Paul

You mean violence, genius?

That's great - don't forget your water wings.

Pandacentricism will be our downfall.

About laughed my ass off at

About laughed my ass off at the part near the end where the "officer" was actually informing the driver of his rights!

IF ONLY!!!

Here is one of my favorites since it's

even more assertive

I just subscribed to this

I just subscribed to this guy's channel! He's great!

That is the best video I have seen yet...

about exercising your rights! Thanks a bunch!

My brother is a retired LAPD and I sat in on many roll calls and witness many police on suspension due to illegal acts like suspected of robbery, banishing a weapon, and etc... on their off duty time. I have come up with the thought that dealing with the bad element of society on a regular basis - you are swayed "sometimes" to become the element that you are trying to get off the streets.

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack you, then you win!"
GANDHI

"The belief is worthless if the fear of social and physical punishment overrides the belief."

I love that cop at the end

Law enforcement should be the most honorable profession out there. How did it become so corrupted that cops are now universally hated? Where is the honor?

“Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable.” — Albert Camus

How in the world do you get the idea that law enforcement should

be the most honorable profession out there?
When in history has being the hired goons of the lawmaker been a revered profession?
To answer your second question...it has always been the duty of police to enforce the will of the lawmaker against the will of the individual. That is why they exist.

Basic civics will allow you to see the game clearly. I'm sorry you were lied to from birth about the nature of government and cops.

think wild west era sheriff,

protecting the town from the criminals

“Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable.” — Albert Camus

Ed U need some cation

:)
Learn civics and know your adversary.

please paint me a picture of your ideal law enforcement person

You do think there is need for law enforcement, right?

“Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable.” — Albert Camus

How will painting a picture of an ideal law

enforcement officer help you learn civics? It seems as though my words are falling on deaf eyes :)

My last try:

When you have a legislature that claims the power to harm you with impunity then you will have men who are willing to harm you with legal impunity.
The JOB of law enforcement officers is to enforce the will of their employer (the legislature) against your will, even if it harms you.

The power claimed by lawmakers to harm with legal impunity is the root cause of our mutual ills. That power manifests itself as the horror show we see played out on a daily basis.

what we have here is a failure to communicate

I really don't understand what point you are trying to make. I am not defending our current system of law, so your criticism appears misplaced. I don't support any laws to harm people with impunity. I do, however, support laws to protect people from aggression and from violation of their property rights. Someone has to enforce those laws against lawbreakers. Do you disagree?

“Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable.” — Albert Camus

Easy there cool hand luke...

your premise is off therefore the wording of your question is skewed.

We are communicating just fine, but I am not rolling over for your very obvious and heavy handed tie down question because your terrible understanding of civics shows like a sore thumb, and I won't let it pass :)

so let's get caught up on civics so we can have the conversation you are dying to have.

"I don't support any laws to harm people with impunity."
-Who is passing these laws?
-Who is hiring these law enforcement officers?
-How did they get their money?

You see ed, government is an entity that achieves military dominance over a society and grants itself the ability to harm with legal impunity. THAT is its distinguishing characteristic. The one thing that IT can do that no entity in society can do. HARM with legal impunity.
Observe:
1) You cannot sue a lawmaker that passed a law that harmed you. That's harming with legal impunity.
2) You cannot sue a cop who was acting in accordance with the legislatures command. That's harming with legal impunity.
3) You cannot sue a judge for upholding the above. That's harming with legal impunity.

Your turn big Ed

I agree with all that

see here:

http://www.dailypaul.com/316172/separation-of-gun-and-gavel

“Although it was the middle of winter, I finally realized that, within me, summer was inextinguishable.” — Albert Camus

His point was "should be",

His point was "should be", not is! His point was that police officers SHOULD BE like the guy towards the end, interested in protecting the public but also enforcing their rights, and recognizing the Constitution as the highest authority!

I think what he meant was that if the goals of cops were more like this, they would be practitioners of one of the most honorable professions out there!

according to him...

he was comparing reality to the romanticized portrayal of police found in wild west era fiction.

Regardless, once you understand civics, you can clearly see the players, the game, and the rules.

I am for an upheaval of the current system and wish to achieve individual liberty in my lifetime.

are you up for a civics discussion, cuz I'm up for having one.

and if they decide it would be fun to keep talking trash

After the situation has been resolved you can tell them that it's them creating a public nuisance now and that they can go now see ya I'm done.

Hypothetically of course...

Pandacentricism will be our downfall.

Good information

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thanks for posting.

thanks for posting.