AZ Cop Tells Videographer "Terrorists" Like To Film PoliceChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 30, 2012
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A Scottsdale, Arizona police officer came upon a man filming a large group of police and questioned him for filming because he said "terrorists" like to film police.
"Terrorists like to film police officer response, you know why? Because they make and identify how police respond and then they can do certain things."The videographer points out the cop is living in a fantasy world and suggests he's been watching too much fantasy TV shows like "24," he dishes out some harsh truth directly to the cop's face, it's a pleasure to watch (as are all 4409 videos).
Here's the back story:
I showed up at a scene of 7 cop cars to make sure there was no suicide by cop. I will NOT second guess their response at first due to the nature of the call I do however wonder why it took ten cops one hour to find out this guy was not a threat.It goes to show how little work police actually deal with that ten of them would show up to deal with one non-violent homeless person, no doubt they used this as an excuse to collect overtime pay.
Another one of this officer's bretheren who was with the Scottsdale police force is Officer James Peters, "a former SWAT operative previously involved in six fatal officer-involved shootings," he made headlines earlier this year for shooting an unarmed 50-year-old grandfather in the face while he was holding a baby in his arms.
America's finest at work.
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