What was this animal doing in a Physics class, looking for his cell phone?
January 24, 2015 at 5:10pm
We’ve had the same thing with contract FedEx drivers, they are just as incompetent.
 January 24, 2015 at 5:06pm
It’s the postal service, what more can you expect, but incompetence? She’s probably been promoted. When was the last time you visited a post office to complain, it’s nothing but a institution of affirmative action. The bad news, Fed ex & UPS are employing the some of the same types.
January 23, 2015 at 8:43am
Obviously her mommy and daddy never told her no. I fell sorry for the man in her life.
My wife and I are looking to emigrate to one of those Godless, commie, Euro countries. Care to buy me a ticket?
July 16, 2013 at 5:04pm
Cowards ran off like little girls.
July 14, 2013 at 8:02am
I’m locked and loaded, and yes sick and tired of “them”.
July 14, 2013 at 8:01am
Racism will never go away, as long as there are race baiters like Al, Jesse & Barry. Are these not hate tweets? If these were white people tweeting death and hate, the justice department would be beating down their doors, but blacks are given a free pass to commit their hatred & racism? Why didn’t we just pick our own cotton, too bad we can’t have a do over?
July 14, 2013 at 7:55am
Black on black crime/murder should be your concern, not George Zimmerman. This circus has been driven by the media, and yes the justice department. George should not ever of been on trial in the first place.
July 12, 2013 at 9:06am
I’m sorry, but the cops were doing their job, and came across a smart arse punk kid.
cops violating the constitution everyday and every way.
So then the officers are allowed to eviscerate the 4th and 5th amendment because they where "doing their job"? Does "doing your job" allow you to break the law? Does "just doing their jog" allow them to break their oath to uphold the constitution? Does "just doing their job" allow the state to take away your rights?
Yes or no?
SUMMER: Bet daddy is a lawyer !
You just keep thinking that. And then when the cops come after you, you will wish you had supported and defended the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
I totally agree. This kid deliberately provoked this altercation and, even if the police did go a little far with the car search, the kid deserved everything he got. There is a difference between exercising your Constitutional rights and deliberately provoking the police. Police officers deserve our respect. Yes, there are bad ones out there, but most officers are good cops, trying to protect us. Most are just like you and me, good conservative people. They risk their lives everyday to protect us and, yes, the Constitution. Kids like this should be spanked!!! And then taught to respect their elders and the police. Kids like this are going to assist in bringing us down as a nation. All he wanted was his 15 minutes in internet fame.
Premeditated or not, this cop still acted like a fool. He embarrassed himself and his department by arguing with a "punk kid." Regardless of his intentions, this "punk kid" was well within his rights to deny them access to his car. The cops were well within their rights to hold him for up to 72 hours while they got a warrant to do it. Rather than doing the word, these fat, lazy cops decided to violate his Constitutional rights and search the car without his permission. This is a stupid cop any way you slice it. The "punk kid" may be stupid also but at least he was right.
Summers, you're not sorry, but your thinking sure is.The cop went coming unglued because a kid knew his rights and was attempting to exercise them. What is so wrong about "planning" to exercise ANY right you are afforded?! I am but one of the millions who believe that govt officials are reaching waaaaayyyyyy beyond the line our Constitution draws in the sand.
Amazing, almost no one cares to see what the actual law ( law is constitutional by definition ) says about warrantless car searches. Where am I, the Huffington Post?
I TELL YOU WHAT! If we as American were doing our jobs this type of tyranny would not occurred. We have abdicated our responsibilities and proved ourselves unworthy of the privilege to rule our selves so, the powers at be will do all the hard thinking for us. All we have to do is do as we're told and be quiet. Welcome to the Grand Dictatorship of America! To me nothing more than a precursor the globalist dream of a One World Government. Personally, I rather be dead.
being a smart arse is not against the law, if it were... I'd be locked up
a cop feeling disrepected is not against the law....
Your not alone the way you feel . I see other people here who feel the same way.No wonder our country is so devided . People will fall for everything, for a little safety . People have assimilated quite well. Many here have justified these road blocks by keeping drunks off the street.
How many road blocks do you think they would do if their was NO money generated by these police actions.? Money is the grease to this whole system ..from fines to court cost to lawyer fees.
Then we have the officers gaining experience in how to react to people in CONTROLED police -state and how to lock- down a road or .a city .they are using YOU in a LIVE exercises.
When you drive into one of these roadblocks, you have just entered a temporary police state . They can do what ever they want with you .And if you do not comply ,they have a dog on stand-by ,that with a slight hand motion or command ,can hit on the car ,giving the officer total authority to begin searching your vehicle .
Yeah you been through bunches of these.. No problem piece a cake. Hey Fool….Papers please…!
Pretty obvious you have never been stopped.
What was their "job"? It was a DUI checkpoint. Did the officer have an "reasonable suspicion" that the kid was driving under the influence? Or actually doing anything wrong? Or was it just that he didn't blindly do whatever he was ordered to do exactly the way the office dictated?
The office in the video showed his "job" was to find any excuse to search people. "Just answer a few simple questions." Why? What gives the officer the right to demand the answers? He clearly was not under the influence. Was this actually a checkpoint to find reasons to search cars? And use refusal to answer the questions as "reasonable suspicion? Is that what the Bill of Rights is? Just a simple barrier to maneuver around?
The officer said it all when he said "You’re trying to run your mouth over me and it ain’t working out because I’m going to WIN.” That's what it's all about with MOST officers. They put that uniform on and they are in charge.
What was wrong with the window rolled down as far as it was? That was the point the "authority" and person "trained TO confront" let his EGO dictate his JOB.
I don't know about you, but I do not feel safe with this person (intentionally not calling him a man) "protecting" me. He proved his ego and desire to "win" a confrontation with a 21 year old smart ass is going to dictate his judgement.
First they came for the Jews but I was not a Jew so I said nothing. Then they came for the drivers, but I was not a driver so I said nothing. Then they came for the internet users, but I was not an internet user so I said nothing. When they came for the cell phone users there was no one to speak for me. Let's not be so eager to give away our rights.
Cops need to do their job without violating anyone's rights.
If they can't, quit. Get another job.
I'm reminded of "Officer Harless" of Canton, Oh. who stuck his gun in a
citizens ear and threatened to "blow your head off and I'll get away with it."
Why? Because the citizen didn't inform him of a gun and permit while
Harless screamed "Shut up."
The Redcoats were just doing their job, and the brownshirts were just doing their job too.
Exercising the constitution is always good. It shouldn't be a detriment to police.
Thier duty is to OBEY the CONSTITUTION. It is unconstitutional to stop anyone with NO probable cause, check points are unconsitutional, regardless of what any court says. It is the same as the "papers please" checks of the Nazis. Actually by violating the constitution the officer committed a CRIME, because the constitution is the Supreme Law of the land.
I agree! When the Blaze prints these stories they need to do a little more homework. Both of their ANTI-POLICE stories have both been given more information and therefore were found lacking. (this one and the one where the dog was shot) It does no one any favors when these kinds of stories are printed to try to make law enforcement look bad, but only makes it more difficult for the Officers to do their jobs. Their jobs are difficult enough with out having to deal with the light given (falsely) to make the Officers look like criminals. Are there bad cops out there, yes. But deal with those stories at hand. I tried several times to contact staff at the Blaze, and all I ended up getting was being put on hold for an hour and a half, on the pat and stu show. They did not answer my call, and took other calls before mine. My question to them was merely if they had someone on their staff who was anti-police, or had received a ticket recently. Officers put their lives on the line every single day. They deal with more garbage from administration and the public than you would ever realize. If the Blaze really wants to know they need to ride a long with an agency to get "the real view".
Great comment. Truthful and to the point.
The police PLANNED this DUI militarized checkpoint. Premeditated. Since when is it illegal to exercise your Constitutional rights through these checkpoints? Whether Chris Kalbaugh "planned" it or not, it makes no difference. The police acted like NAZI Gestapo with their aggressive behavior. The K-9 officer intentionally falsified a positive hit on the kid's car for drugs. The originating cop immediately shut his big tough yap when he saw the camcorder. Gee, why change your attitude when on film? Remember him mumbling and mocking "he knows his constitutional rights". Hmmm? The only thing the kid should have done was roll down his window a couple of inches. Otherwise he did nothing wrong. The police were in the wrong. Otherwise the kid would have received a ticket(s).
Remember, police chiefs are hired by city politicians. They are political appointees. They tell their subordinate officers what to do or face disciplinary action which will prevent them from promotions or transfers. Sheriffs are elected by the people. They are not accountable to politicians. The vast majority uphold your rights while police officers are given wide latitude to abuse their power of position.
2GODBETHEGLORY: Answer to every question is a RESOUNDING NO!!
"I totally agree. This kid deliberately provoked this altercation and, even if the police did go a little far with the car search, the kid deserved everything he got. There is a difference between exercising your Constitutional rights and deliberately provoking the police."
This assumes the Cops knew he was provoking from the beginning (which still wouldnt make it right btw).....The didn't even know cameras were rolling until well into the search.
Let's see how you would feel if said kid did what he did, had been drinking, drove off after this little display of constitutionality and slammed into one of your loved ones killing them. You are reaching people.
"If the Blaze really wants to know they need to ride a long with an agency to get “the real view”."
I don't need the Blaze to tell me what to think about these incidents...I am seeing the video for myself and making my own decisions. I am MORE mad over the footage from the cop cam than I was over the footage from the kids cam because I can hear the bloated jerk of a LEO going on and on with his own sense of self importance while they illegally search the guys car. GAG!
And I wouldn't be surprised if the officers carried pot seeds in their pockets for just such a situation. I USED to respect cops, now I won't put anything past them. You know I can train MY dog to throw up a fake scent alert on an imperceptible cue if I start right this minute, by DARK tonight- that is how simple it is with a dog with good intelligence.
Bah....just another edition in the new popular Bullies with Badges......coming soon to a town near you..
Yeah, the cops were just dong their job by letting us know that the exercise of our rights is reasonable cause we are criminals.
The kid exercised his fifth amendment rights and because he had such hubris to exercise God-given, inalienable rights, they trampled his 4th Amendment rights and then informed him it was his fault for exercising his constitutionally reaffirmed rights in the first place.
What if your car is your home??? And /or motor home? What then gives them this right?
July 10, 2013 at 8:48am
The Democrat party is nothing but theatrics & scare tactics! Zero substance, which aims to please their dumbed downed constituent base.
July 7, 2013 at 9:28am
You are so right!
July 7, 2013 at 9:27am
Africa, will you please take these animals back, we’re sorry that our ancestors brought them here, it was a huge mistake?