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Article posted Jan 01 2007, 5:54 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: The Newspaper Print

Missouri: Police Roadblock Harassment Caught on Tape

St. Louis County, Missouri threaten to arrest a teenager for refusing to discuss his personal travel plans.

A teenager harassed by police in St. Louis, Missouri caught the incident on tape. Brett Darrow, 19, had his video camera rolling last month as he drove his 1997 Maxima, minding his own business. He approached a drunk driving roadblock where he was stopped, detained and threatened with arrest when he declined to enter a conversation with a police officer about his personal travel habits. Now Darrow is considering filing suit against St. Louis County Police.

"I'm scared to drive for fear of being stopped at another checkpoint and arrested while doing nothing illegal," Darrow told TheNewspaper. "We're now guilty until we prove ourselves innocent to these checkpoint officers."

On that late November night, videotape confirms that Darrow had been ordered out of his vehicle after telling a policeman, "I don't wish to discuss my personal life with you, officer." Another officer attempted to move Darrow's car until he realized, "I can't drive stick!" The officer took the opportunity to undertake a thorough search of the interior without probable cause. He found nothing.

When Darrow asked why he was being detained, an officer explained, "If you don't stop running your mouth, we're going to find a reason to lock you up tonight."

The threats ended when Darrow informed officers that they were being recorded. After speaking to a supervisor Darrow was finally released.

"These roadblocks have gotten out of hand," Darrow told TheNewspaper. "If we don't do something about them now, it'll be too late."

A full video of the incident is available here. A transcript is provided below as the audio is at times very faint.

Article Excerpt:
Transcript of audio made by Brett Darrow:

00:40
Officer #1: How are you tonight sir?
Brett: Hi.
Officer #1: Can you put your window down for me.
(I roll the window ALL the way down.)
Officer #1: Do you have a driver's license and proof of insurance?
(I begin to get my information out of my wallet)
Officer #1: Where you headed tonight?
Brett: I don't wish to discuss my personal life with you officer.
Officer #1: Alright, come on up here.
(I start to move my car)
Officer #1: As a matter of fact, just stop your car right here and step out.
(I stop the car, roll up my windows, pull up the emergency brake, and shut the car off)
Officer #1: Leave your car runnin with the keys in it.
Brett: What's that?
Officer #1: Leave your car runnin with the keys in it.
Brett: I don't want it to roll away officer.
Officer#1: Turn the car on.
Brett: It's a manual officer.
Officer #1: Okay. That's fine, then leave it off. Just leave it off. You're right, that's dangerous.
(I step out, and lock the doors.)
(He then calls another officer over)
Officer #1: Give me your keys.
Brett: Why officer?
Officer #1: I need to move it out of the street.
Brett: Can I move it?
Officer #1: No.
(Officer #1 takes my keys)
Brett: Why are you moving my car?
Officer #1: Because I'm going to talk you--I'm going to interview you because you didn't want to interview. You didn't want to sit down and have a talk with me.
Brett: I do not want to talk about my personal life.
Officer #1: Okay.
(We walk to the side of the road)


1:48
(Officer #2 then unlocks my car and looks around inside of it. You can see his flash light moving around in the car.)
Officer #2: Hey uh, I can't drive a stick. (laughs about it) I can't drive a stick.
(Officer #3 enters my car and attempts to move it. He stalls it once. He then lets it roll back down the hill before giving it a lot of gas and ridding the clutch while trying to move it forward. He then exits the car 62 seconds after entering.)
(While the officers are trying to move my vehicle, this audio not heard)
Officer #1: Where are you headed tonight?
Brett: I don't want to talk about my personal life.
Officer #1: Have you had anything to drink tonight?
Brett: No.
Officer #1: Alright, I'll be right back
(Officer #1 then calls 2 other officers (Officers #4 & #5) to stand by me as he goes to a patrol car to check my license)


Brett: Why am I being detained officer? (directed toward Officer #4)
Officer #4: You better stop runnin your mouth or the other officer will find a reason to lock you up tonight.
(Audio can now be heard again)
3:22
Brett: You're saying you're going to make up a reason to arrest me?
Officer #4: No I didn't. I said we would find a reason.
Brett: Okay. I just want to let you know all of this is being recorded.
Officer #4: That's good, we're recording it too. Do what he tells you to do--
Brett: I don't have a right to talk right here in a normal voice?
Officer #4: Yes you do.
Brett: You're saying I'm going to be arrested.
Officer #4: I'm just saying...
Brett: You just said you‘re going to find a reason to lock me up.
Officer #4: I said do what he telld you to do.
Brett: You said if I keep runnin my mouth, I will be locked up.
Officer #4: I said he'll find a reason.
Why are you going to find a reason to lock me up when I'm only asking why I'm being detained in a normal voice?
Officer #4: Do what he tells you to do.
Brett: Am I being detained?
Officer #4: Yes you are!
Brett: May I leave?
Officer #4: No, you may not.
Brett: Why am I being detained?
Officer #4: Because you don't have a driver's license.
Brett: I do have a driver's license. I gave it to the other officer.
Officer #4: When the other officer comes back--When he comes back--When he comes back you can talk to him about it.
Brett: Why are you saying I don't have my license?
Officer #4: Nineteen years old and you know everything.
Brett: Yes sir.


4:38
Brett: I'm being detained because I didn't tell the officer where I was going?
Officer #4: I wasn't here, you can talk to him when he comes back.


4:55
Brett: What was your name.
(Officer #4 ignored me)
Brett: Officer how do you spell your last name?
Officer #4: It's right there.
(points to chest, but his name is covered by the traffic safety vest. He then moves it so I can see.)
Officer #4: Hallquisd.
Brett: H-A-L-L-Q-U-I-S-D?
Officer #4: Yep.


5:09
(I then turn toward the other officer standing by me. Officer #5)
Brett: And what was your name officer?
Officer #5: Schmit.
(Officer #5 then talks to Officer #4 about stopping someone that had his last name)


8:38
Brett: Are you stopping everybody and getting them out of the car?
Officer #4: You can talk to the other officer (Officer #1) when he comes back.


10:10
(Officer #1 comes back and hands me my license and insurance card)
Officer #1: Thank you very much. Thank you very much for your time.
Brett: Why exactly was I detained and why did you get me out of the car?
Officer #1: You didn't want to answer my questions.(unsure of the rest of his comment)
Brett: Where does me having to go have anything to do with a DWI checkpoint. I don't have the right--
Officer #1: I was trying to have a conversation.
Brett: I didn't want to have a conversation. You stopped me officer in the middle of the road.
Officer #1: I was trying to have a conversation with you (unsure of the rest of his comment)
Brett: Do you stop everybody and get everybody out of the car? Or you did that just to me?
Officer #1: (unsure of audio)
Brett: Is St. Louis County Police going to pay for a new clutch, after he just killed it here and burnt up my clutch.
Officer #1: Would you like to talk to a supervisor?
Brett: Yes I would.
(Officer #1 goes across the street to get the supervisor.


12:43
(Supervisor comes over)
Supervisor: How you doin?
Brett: Hi.
Supervisor: I'm sergeant (unsure of his name)
Brett: I'm Brett Darrow
Supervisor: Brent?
Brett: Brett.
Supervisor: What's the problem tonight?
Brett: I have a problem because I was stopped here and uhh I offered to move my vehicle. The officer said I could not move my vehicle to park it. He told me to leave my keys in the car. I got out. Locked the door. He took my keys. Uhh. And they attempted to move my car here. They stalled it a couple of times. Burnt up the clutch. I mean it's all on tape and video. Now I'm going to have problems with my clutch. Who's going to pay for that?
Supervisor: How do you know they messed up the clutch?
Brett: I saw it right here. I saw smoke coming off as he tired to take off. It's a pretty easy way I guess for you guys to get inside a vehicle on a DWI checkpoint and that's where I have a problem.
Supervisor: Well, DWI checkpoints are authorized.
Brett: I understand they are authorized, but drug checkpoints aren't and you know when I see a K9 unit over here--
Supervisor: That's not the point.
Brett: Well why would there be a K9 unit?
Supervisor: The dog is part of the police department.
Brett: That just happens to be at a checkpoint. I know, I know you get a lot of drug busts off DWI checkpoints.
Supervisor: Actually the dog comes out very rarely. He's not walking by every car.
Brett: Not tonight he's not?
Supervisor: I'm at most of these checkpoints--
Brett: Okay.
Supervisor: And you can't walk the dog by every car. He just physically can't do it.
Brett: Okay
Supervisor: As far as your clutch--I have no idea what kind of damage was caused.
Brett: It's obvious it caused some damage. I mean you could see smoke and he killed my car and I don't know what other problems I'm going to have from that and if I do have problems, I'm going to be coming to the St. Louis County Police and I just want to let you know that tomorrow--this next week--
Supervisor: Do the officers have your name?
Brett: Uhh, I don't know.
Supervisor: Did they give you your ID back?
Brett: They gave me my ID.
Supervisor: Let me copy done your information. The issue obviously is, how do I know you didn't have clutch problems before because you're not driving a newer car?
Brett: That's correct.
Supervisor: What year is it?
Brett: It's a 1997.
Supervisor: So it's an older car?
Brett: Yes.
Supervisor: And you didn't have issues with the clutch before?
Brett: No, probably because I've had it replaced recently.
Supervisor: Well if that is an issue that actually does happen, you'll have to file a complaint with our insurance department.
Brett: Okay
Supervisor: The officers do have a right to..(unsure of audio)
Brett: I understand that, but I don't think they have a right to drive my vehicle.
Supervisor: Well we can't leave it in traffic.
Brett: Well I offered to pull it over here and the officer declined.
Supervisor: When were conducting an investigation. We can't say, oh you can drive your car and then that person takes off and runs over someone, we'd have a problem.
Brett: We'll I'd expect them to pull me off the road originally and not stop me in the middle of traffic.
Supervisor: Here ya go.
(Hands me my license)
Brett: Okay.
Supervisor: Anything else I can do for you?
Brett: No, I mean I just don't understand why I had to get out of the car because I didn't want to tell the officer where I was going. I think that is my own personal business and that has nothing to do with this.
Supervisor: And the officer said because your not telling him where--
Brett: Exactly, that is exactly why he asked me to step out of the car. Because he asked me where I was going and I told him officer I don't wish to speak with you about where I'm going tonight and he said get out of the car.
Supervisor: Okay, I'm sure there was something else besides that.
Brett: That's exactly it and you can bring him over here right now and actually I would like if you would so we can talk about this.
Supervisor: We're not going to do this on the side of the road.
Brett: Okay, and what was your name?
Supervisor: (Unsure of audio)
Brett: And how do you spell it?
Supervisor: (Unsure of audio)
Brett: May I leave?
Supervisor: Certainly, the officer said you could leave before.

(I get in the car, turn the video toward the officers and then behind me at the supervisor. I then drive off.)





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George Harmon

Posted: Jan 03 2007, 7:01 PM

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7043 It sounds to me like the kid was a little arogant. I mean what was the big deal with saying where he was going. Police ask people these questions to help stop crime. What I really don't understand is why he was complaining that DUI stops was really to bust people for drugs. I look at it this way, if the cops need to be a little sly to get drug addicts off of the street and into jail, then great. Did this kid have something to hide? It sounds to me like a little boy was acting to big for his britches.
George Harmon

Posted: Jan 03 2007, 7:07 PM

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7043 Another thing I like to add, why is everyone trying to compare Nazi Germany to police getting drug dealers off the street. Nazi's rounded up Jews and killed them. These police officers are trying to keep drugs out of the community. Is that a wrong thing? What if the cops did an "illegal" dui check point and caught a drunk driver before he killed somebody in a wreck, or a drug dealer got busted before your child met him and got introduced to the world of drug dependancy? Always Question Authority? You should do that up to a point. But to act like this on something so trivial as a where areyou going, it sounds like a very uneducated and smart assed kid.
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 03 2007, 11:02 PM

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67177 Geroge-

Hurry up, I think there are a few communist countries left. I\'m sure you\'ll feel right at home.

I personally think that 9-11 was sucessful beyond the terrorist\'s wildest dreams. Our country is not the same place it was 7 years ago.
Shiz

Posted: Jan 04 2007, 12:34 AM

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128119 Bottom line here is that an officer can not make you answer ANY questions. Only a judge has the power to make you answer questions. Thats the way the law is. So as for "avoiding" trouble by answering questions asked by police officers, thats a choice but it certainly isn't the law. As for the search of the car, that was completley illegal. There was no probable cause and no search warrant. Don't let cops exploit the fact that you don't know your rights. Know your rights and make it clear to police that you know these rights. You'd be suprised how much they will back off when they realize they aren't dealing with a common idiot.
earlytom

Posted: Jan 04 2007, 12:18 PM

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243 My Attorney's business card on the back has has a message to peace officers. It explains my rights as an American Citizen, and instructs the officer about information he is entitled to. It also notifies the police officer that I am invoking my right to a attorney, should I be detained, and that my attorney will pursue any violation of my rights to the fullest extent of the law.

We shouldn't have to explain these things to officers of the law, but that is what it has come to. We do not have to explain to anyone where we are going or what activity we are engaged in unless there is an indication that we are in violation of a criminal code. Any time we questioned by an officer we have the right to have our attorney present. We always have the right to know the reason for our detention, if we are detained.

This is a free country, we have the to move freely about without divulging our business to any government official. If you disagree with the constitutionally upheld laws of this land and the underlying document, the U.S. Constitution. if you don't like it may I politely ask you to exercise this right and please move to some other country of your choice, it is indeed your right. A right I might add that was purchased for you by the blood others, who didn't want to submit to unreasonable search, seizure or a government that was exercising unwarranted control over free men born.
George Harmon

Posted: Jan 04 2007, 1:21 PM

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7043 You know I agree, the cops can't make you answer any question, and they really didn't make him answer it. See now if this was a communist or a nazi nation which a lot of you like to make reference to, this kid would be dead. Do cops take advantage of their power? yes, it happens. Did it happen here, no I don't believe so. Second, before you go and compare the U.S. to a state of Nazi's and Communists, get your facts straight. This kid lived. He didn't get beat up, he was out of what 20 minutes of his time? If this was Nazi Germany, he would be dead. That's it. No talk with the supervisor, and it would have happened in like 10 seconds.

As flawed as it is, this country has one of the best legal systems in the world. You have police to protect you and make you safe, and you don't have enough respect to answer one simple question? It seems some people are more concerned with proving who is right and who is wrong.


Anonymous

Posted: Jan 05 2007, 6:31 PM

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6532 Great going, Brett! That took courage. I truly admire what you did.
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 05 2007, 11:31 PM

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12210 We do live in a police state, and they do whatever they want and have gotten away with it for years. I have seen them go into many bars and drink all night, every one of them leave drunk. They protect eachother by what they call "professional privilege". They have no ethics or integrity and if you think they have any compassion.... forget it. They are all a bunch of egotistical unethical males and females and are above the law in which they swore to protect. It just doesn't apply to them.
Concerned Iowan

Posted: Jan 06 2007, 3:14 PM

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75162 I don't want to seem like some kind of raving radical,but I have said it for years. The only differenc between the law enforcement community and the military,is that cops don't wear full battle dress, and armor.....yet. My father, untill recently, lived in Missouri, and not only told me of their infamous DWI checkpoints, but was subject to one a few years back. It's almost the same way in the small Iowa town I live in. These cops come out of the Academy gung-ho,and instead of concerning themselves with "Protect and Serve", they harass and humiliate law abiding citizens. It was only 2 or 3 years ago, that there was a road-block here in the small Iowa town I just spoke of, that they were pulling over every car that came down the the street, and searching those vehicles. They justified it by searching ALL vehicles that came down the road. That way there was no discrimination. And they wonder why people run from the law. Now don't get me wrong. I am by no means condoning drunk driving. But....as I was told by a county Deputy in this state, and I qoute, "I could actually arrest every person that walks out this gate." This was at "Trekfest" in Riverside Iowa this past summer. Another small town celebration. I asked him why he didn't, and his response was "too much paperwork". Now I like to have a few beers uptown. But in this town (as it is becoming everywhere) the law will sit outside and stalk you. And if you walk home, they will try and pop you for public intox. And they periodically walk through the bars. Now If you're fighting,breaking up the place, or running into trees, parked cars, or pedestrians on your way home, you should be arrested. But the average person has a couple and goes home without incedent. I was brought up to believe that the police were your friends. Not the case any more. I hunt and shoot and collect firearms. I have said for years that the government has been taking steps to disarm the public. Not only have they gotten that about 50% accomplished, now they are doing the same thing with your civil rights. And you don't even want to get me started on the mind control drugs that they are putting everybody on. Tell me that you don't know somebody that is on Anti-depressants, or a child in school that has been put on some type of drug for "ADD" or "ADHD" Chemical Brainwashing. And if you don't respond to that you usually wind up in some type of insitution. Be it medical or penal. When the police pull you over, what is the first thing they say. Liscence, Registration, and proof of Insurance. Remember the old WWII movies? The Gestapo? "Your Papers. Give them to me." And now with this so-called "Patriot Act" What A Crock! They Don't need a reason to kick your door in! Modern day Nazi Germany is what were headed for. It's bad enough that I'm afraid to leave my name on this post. "Home of the free, and land of the Brave" Whatever. The time to make a stand is now.
KW

Posted: Jan 06 2007, 3:32 PM

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75162 I Would Like To Ask "Comrade George" If He Has Ever Been Subject To One of These Road-blocks. And By The Way George, If You Look The Transcipt Over, And Pay Attention You Would See That It Took A Helluva Lot Longer That 20 Minutes. Maybe You Should Be On Some Of The Drugs That The "Concerned Iowan" Was Talking About. And As Far As Being Beat Up. That Happens A Helluva Lot More Than You Apparently Realize. You Sound Like A Good Little Worker Drone. I Hope You Live A Happy Life In Whatever Little Suburban Concentration Camp You Reside In. Moron.
stevebonzai

Posted: Jan 07 2007, 10:20 AM

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216183 BIGGS, LD#509, #3212, ROGUE COP ON VIDEO

ON 11/21/06, 1PM, I WAS SOUTHBOUND ON HWY 59 IN RUSK
COUNTY, TEXAS. I WAS CRUISING ON CRUSE CONTROL AT THE
SPEED LIMIT. I SAW THE SHERIFF ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD
PULL OFF AFTER I PASSED. HE CAUGHT UP TO ME AND PUT ON
HIS LIGHTS. I PULLED OVER TO SEE WHAT HE WANTED. HE
SAID THE TAIL LIGHT WAS OUT ON MY TRAILER, BUT I HAD
NOT USED MY BRAKES UNTIL AFTER HE STOPPED ME. I
QUESTIONED HIS STATEMENT THAT THE LIGHTS WERE OUT. [I
BELIEVE THAT BRAKE LIGHTS ARE NOT NEEDED IN DAYLIGHT,
BUT HAD TESTED MY LIGHTS THE DAY BEFORE IN MICHIGAN.]
I MADE HIM STATE AGAIN THAT HE WAS STOPPING ME BECAUSE
OF BRAKE LIGHTS ON MY TRAILER. [#1- ILLEGAL STOP.]
THEN
HE WANTED TO KNOW HOW MUCH MONEY I HAD. HE ASKED TO
SEARCH MY CAR AND I TOLD HIM HE HAD NO RIGHT TO SEARCH
MY CAR. HE FURTHER DETAINED ME SO HIS DOG COULD SNIFF
MY CAR. THE DOG GAVE THE CAR A PASS UNTIL HE THREW
SOMETHING [HIS GUM?] UNDER THE FRONT OF THE CAR. [#2
MANUFACTURING EVIDENCE][HIS WIND-UP SHOULD BE CLEAR ON
THE VIDEO EVEN THOUGH HE WAS HIDING BEHIND MY CAR.]
THE DOG WENT FOR IT UNDER THE PASSENGER SIDE FRONT
TIRE. HE PUT THE DOG AWAY AND SAID THE DOG ALERTED ON
MY TRUNK. HE CLAIMED THAT GAVE HIM THE RIGHT TO SEARCH
MY CAR WITHOUT MY CONSENT. HE SEARCHED MY CAR AND BOAT
VERY CLOSELY, AS SEEN ON THE TAPE. [#3 ILLEGALLY
SEARCH.]HE ASKED ABOUT DRUGS BUT I POINTED OUT DRUGS
GO FROM SOUTH TO NORTH. LATER I REALIZED HE WAS
LOOKING FOR MONEY. HE SHAKES ALL THE DOORS, LOOKS IN
ALL THE NOOKS AND CRANNIES. GOES THROUGH ANTIQUES FROM
MY GREAT-GRAND MOTHER, MY CLOTHES, KNAPSACK AND FRUIT
AND VEGETABLES. I STILL DO NOT KNOW IF HE STOLE
ANYTHING AS I AM NOT HOME TO UNPACK YET. HE WAS KIND
ENOUGH TO GIVE ME A WARNING THAT HAS ALL THE
INFORMATION ON IT,[#4 FILING A FALSE POLICE REPORT.]
AND TOLD ME HAVE A NICE THANKSGIVING. I STOPPED IN THE
NEXT TOWN AT- LUNDSFORD AUTO SUPPLY AND GARAGE- TO
HAVE MY LIGHTS CHECKED. THE MAN BEHIND THE COUNTER
CHECKED MY LIGHTS, THEN STEPPED ON THE BRAKES SO I
COULD SEE FOR MYSELF THAT THERE WAS NO PROBLEM WITH MY
LIGHTS. THEY JOKED ABOUT MY HAVING MET BARNEY, SO THIS
MUST HAPPEN ALL THE TIME. I WILL BE IN TOUCH WITH
EVERY ATTORNEY IN THE AREA TO SEE HOW MANY PEOPLES
LIVES HE HAS MESSED UP WITH HIS ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES.
THERE WAS ANOTHER MALE IN THE CAR WITH HIM. HE HAD A
SHERIFF'S SHIRT ON. THEY CHECKED ME THROUGH THE SYSTEM
SO IT WILL NOT BE HARD TO VERIFY MY STORY. IF THEY
DESTROY THE EVIDENCE ON THE TAPE THAT IS A SIGN OF
RICO ACTIVITY. THE CAR, BOAT AND TRAILER BELONG TO MY
DAD AND HAVE NEVER HAD SO MUCH AS A CIGARETTE INSIDE.
THE DOG TOLD HIM THAT. HE STILL WANTED TO SEARCH FOR
MONEY SO HE MANUFACTURED AN EXCUSE. BEING OUT-OF-STATE
HE THINKS JUST NOT BEING FINED IS ENOUGH TO HAVE ME
FORGET ABOUT MY CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS. CHECK OUT THE
FILM AND SEE HOW MANY LAWS HE BROKE. I WILL BE MORE
THAT WILLING TO TESTIFY AT HIS TRIAL. TARGETING
OUT-OF-STATERS, I BET THE MEXICAN CONSUL WILL HAVE
REPORTS OF HIS CRIMINAL ACTS. THIS REPORT WILL BE SENT
TO EVERY EMAIL I CAN FIND IN RUSK COUNTY, THE DPS,
RANGERS, FBI, EVERY ATTORNEY IN EVERY COUNTY
SURROUNDING RUSK AND EVERY MEXICAN CONSUL IN THE
STATES AND MEXICO AS WELL AS EVERY COUNTRY IN CENTRAL AMERICA. I AM WILLING TO TAKE A POLYGRAPH, ANYTIME
ANYWHERE. STEVE BANYAI stevebonzai@yahoo.com




Anonymous

Posted: Jan 27 2007, 5:48 AM

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68191 I know people have rights and it is always the little kids that haven't been to war, haven't been overseas, haven't been in police work, that want thier rights. Go somewhere and do something in your life. You should of gone to jail for failure to comply.
Anonymous

Posted: Apr 10 2007, 9:02 PM

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68189 Where's the damn video dickhead, all this shit could be fabricated. OK I get it it is just some dumbass trying to make the cops look stupi. Hey guess what, it didn't work get a job and quite crying little baby.
Anonymous

Posted: Apr 26 2007, 1:11 PM

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75132 I believe you have to be read your remanda rights , and be told what you have done wrong OR mightve done before they can interrogate you at any tin=me other wise you have the right to remain silent. the police like to abuse citizens rights just because they have a God complex ...........and if you have evry right to record law officials if nothing more to keep them honest too !!
Awesome

Posted: Sep 14 2007, 9:30 AM

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6842 I assume he went hunting for this situation. I also am very appreciative that he did. This check point is an obvious rights violation under the guise of stopping DUIs, much like religion is becoming a shield for bigotry. Power corrupts, fear is a tool used by the corrupted.
John Blueshaw

Posted: Sep 21 2007, 6:33 PM

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204212 This country is turning into a nation of pussies with Brett Darrow and his generation leading the charge. Imagine that, a police officer had the gall to yell at Brett. Poor, Poor Brett!!! I hope his cry baby tears didn't ruin his camera. I can't wait to see him post the video when his boss fires him for questioning his orders. Sheesh Brett! Grow Up, Grow some Balls, and stop crying like a little pussy. Big deal - the cop yelled at you. Dude - you're pathetic!
More Cameras

Posted: Nov 30 2009, 6:51 PM

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19288 GREAT JOB!. We have checks and balances built into our constitution for a reason. The judges are supposed to be a check on the cops, but right now cops testimony is treated like gospel.

Where is the checks and balance? Police need to be policed!

We (the average citizen) need more cameras. OUR cameras. And since we are paying their them, don't you think we should have access to the footage? Freedom of information or something!
Anonymous

Posted: Feb 15 2010, 1:24 AM

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6787 Sorry to keep this thread alive, but we all know we have the right not to tell officers these sorts of things and to refuse searches, etc, but most of us also know that there are consequences for those actions, even if it's illegal on the part of the officers. This kid was 100% within his right to do what he did, however, I would have been happy to talk to the officer about whatever he wanted to, and even give him permission to search my car. I've done it before and guess what: I've NEVER had a problem when pulled over.
Anonymous

Posted: Nov 08 2012, 11:18 AM

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6957 The scariest part about this whole thing is the fact that there are people condoning what the police did on here.
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