Way2Go young man. He was respectful w/questioning the officer, as well as being right. Yet another abuse of power example. If the officer (I’m not buying that he wasn’t an officer @ the time as article stated. If he wasn’t, then he should be arrested for impersonation) had principles, he would have told the young man that he was correct, & set a good example. Instead, he taught the young man that some of the police are corrupt; that the law doesn’t apply to them.
July 8, 2013 at 12:47pm
As usual, an abuse of power. This is how most in power react w/someone asserts their Constitutional rights. They are not used to people knowing them, therefore they assume the person asserting them “deserves” to be taken down for not following along like a good little sheep should. Maybe most of them are just sheep themselves & are willing to sell their souls all for the sake of keeping everyone in line. No country amounted to anything with everyone of one subdued mindset. The young man was lucky the cop didn’t smash his camera. I bet the cop will the next time he finds one.
August 19, 2012 at 11:09pm
Another example of our Fed Govt, judges, etc conducting themselves in ways that bring shame to our country. I keep trying to convince myself that supposedly intelligent people in positions of power should be our best/brightest. But they keep proving me wrong. God please continue to help us root out the insane decision makers b4 we lose our minds right along w/them. Help our military leaders to stop pandering to Muslims. Shave his beard if those are your rules. How can we support military leaders that cant accomplish shaving a beard? This is a slap in the face to the soldiers who died, their families, & America. I’m off to write my Congressmen AGAIN.