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Article posted Oct 10 2013, 8:16 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: PINAC Print

Idaho Cop Assaults Man for Video Recording Traffic Stop From More Than 50 Feet Away

by Carlos Miller


A Boise police sergeant stormed up to a man video recording her making a traffic stop from more than 50 feet away, accusing him of interfering with her investigation.

Sgt. Lori Sperry ordered Gavin Seim to take his hands out of his pockets and hand over his identification, which he refused to do on the basis that he was not committing a crime.

Sperry, who made more than $99,000 in 2011, became extremely unsettled by the fact that he asserted his rights, claiming it was an “officer safety issue,” then insisting she was unable to multitask because she couldn’t focus on the driver she was ticketing as well as on Seim.

At one point, she grabbed his arm, but then backed off as if realizing she had crossed the line.

She finally relaxed when another officer named T. Green showed up to the scene, who’s demeanor was the complete opposite of his superior.

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Anonymous

Posted: Oct 11 2013, 11:30 PM

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72181 Sherry, you are a POS that need to be dealt with
Anonymous

Posted: Oct 11 2013, 11:41 PM

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72181 Lori Sperry, you are one sick public servant that needs a mental evaluation
Anonymous

Posted: Oct 12 2013, 10:25 AM

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24119 You all are a bunch of idiots if you don't think, for a minute, that Gavin was intentionally looking to create some sort of altercation. He clearly had a speech in place for after the event. You all should be embarrassed for supporting him here. All you need to do is put your mother, sister or wife in place of this officer.
Anonymous

Posted: Feb 04 2015, 5:56 PM

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24119 There is much much more to this story. FYI Sgt Sperry is an instructor at the Idaho POST academy teaching...................Ethics and Professionalism in police work. It might be worth a followup investigation to determine, if in fact, she was actually disciplined as their Chief stated. The department here is known for some questionable decisions concerning the actions of their officers and if this is any indication, that town is in trouble. Hard to believe she has any 20 years experience based on her behavior, coupled with the fact that she is a sgt of police. Unfortunately I suspect that the reality is she was not disciplined and was simply hidden in some job off the street and away from the public until things cool down.


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