Georgia Cop Arrests Man Video Recording Him During Traffic Stopby Carlos Miller
Nov. 27, 2012
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This is a classic "contempt of cop" arrest, if you don't lick the armed goon's boot with deep enough reverence, you get arrested. That's an unspeakable crime in the new America, home of the weak and land of the slaves. - Chris
A Georgia police officer was able to maintain his professionalism for only a few minutes before he arrested a citizen who was video recording him during a traffic stop last week.
Andrew Ogiba, 19, was charged with obstructing or hindering law enforcement officers, because he chose to narrate into his video camera after signing the citation instead of tearing out of the parking lot within seconds of receiving it.
It is obvious from his video that Mcrae police officer B. Wyatt was trying to teach Ogiba a lesson.
As a result, Ogiba spent two hours in jail before paying a $500 bond to be released. He had to pay an additional $150 because his 1995 Camaro had been impounded.