Cop Attacks Teen For Jaywalking, Charges Him With Obstruction

Chris | InformationLiberation
Dec. 29, 2013

A 17-year-old boy committed the ultimate crime after being stopped for jaywalking by a Kansas police officer--he didn't bow before him and kiss the ring. Outraged the lowly pleb didn't give him immediate submission, the cop used his position of "authority" to arrest the boy for a made up crime, because charging someone for "contempt of cop" isn't an actual charge.

From Addison Marshall:
I was arrested today for "obstruction of justice", which is a false charge due to the fact I wasn't refusing to show my ID. In this video above, you've seen for yourself that I didn't resist to give my ID I was respectfully asking what crime I have committed. This officer also decided to kick my camera, which he claims he "Didn't do it intentionally" which is bull shit. You don't just raise your foot, and kick a camera and say it was an accident, he obviously did it on purpose. These two officers then put me in hand cuffs and arrested me once again on a false charge, and placed me in the back of a police cruiser.
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