Milwaukee Cop Threatens Man With Arrest For Asking Annoying QuestionsChris | InformationLiberation
Jun. 29, 2012
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Asking annoying questions is apparently a crime, at least if you take this Milwaukee cop's freak out session as an indicator.
This is a video I located on youtube. When MPD isn’t tatting themselves with their gang emblems, arresting people for filming them, shoving pens into helpless citizens’ ears, or shoving fingers into the anus of folks on the street, they seem to simply settle on pure intimidation of college kids. All in a days work for MPD.The fact of the matter is asking a cop questions is not a crime. While the cop could have falsely charged him with "obstructing justice" or some other made-up crime, that doesn't make it right.
Was the man being annoying? Perhaps, but who cares, the cop's job is (supposedly) to be a mediator of disputes, if you can't handle being asked annoying questions perhaps you should pick a different line of work.
Of course, in reality the cop is an instigator of disputes and an unstable lunatic. That's probably why he became a police officer (and it's probably why the police hired him).
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