I think he hid a gun or drugs. Failed to do what he was told and I think he kicked one of the officers in the groin when he was on the ground. Definitely over use of tasers, but lesson in what happens when you don’t comply. Should have given his name, relaxed and followed orders. I don’t have to is never a good response to a police officer.
I actually go out of my way to stop people for defective automobile lights.
"Your driver's side headlight is out. $15,000 if you get stopped for it while you've been drinking."
I guess I can update that to "You'll get your genitals tased for that."
You would have made a good nazi. They had no right to do a damn thing to the passenger. He wasn’t hiding anything, he was putting the food he was eating down. They obviously impounded and searched the car, yet there was nothing found.
Another Jack Booted Thug story.
Complete with your basic ‘the officer went home safe’ types.
Waiting for Alaska Wolf to show up.. ;-)
You gonna comply when they come for your guns
That wouldnt be very revolutionary
The passenger, as a passenger was not required to give his name. Is this Hitler's Germany? Check the video discussion, they mentioned law experts said the passenger wasn't required to give his name.
we little serfs have every right to ask why we were stopped, and why we are detained....cops reason was the turn signal...but they instead went after the passenger......
And your tagline is Revolutionary? Should be "Lay back and enjoy it"!
> lesson in what happens when you dont comply
Comply or die, right?
We didn’t need that pesky Constitution thing anyway.
May your life be filled with rubber gloved inspections and KY.
Oh, absolutely. That's why Jefferson put it right there in the Declaration.
"But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security. Don't forget, however, that 'I don't have to' is never a good response to a police officer!"
You’re absolutely right. Pulled over for a “turn signal infraction” then given the “where are your papers routine” - and he wasn’t driving. Serves the guy right for riding with a driver who fails to use her turn signal properly.