Cop Flips Out On Teen Video Recording Him Making An Arrest, Arrests Him & Falsely Charges Him With Resisting & ObstructionChris | InformationLiberation
Sep. 02, 2013
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A Leland, North Carolina police sergeant John Keel was caught on his own dash cam video flipping out on a teenager for legally video recording him making an arrest with his cell phone outside a Buy & Go gas station.
After verbally harassing and threatening 19-year-old Gabriel Self, Keel arrested him and charged him for obstructing and resisting.
WECT reports Keel has been suspend for 30 days without pay, and all charges against Self were dropped.
Unfortunately, the cop was not charged for filing false charges, which is a felony offense, nor assault for physically accosting him.
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