Small Town Texas Cops Exposed For Covering-Up Illegal Search, Filing False Charges

Chris | InformationLiberation
Mar. 03, 2014



This viral video posted to YouTube is an incredible exposť of the criminal justice system in the US. Small town cops are seen first ignorantly ignoring the law, conducting a search of a man's car without any warrant nor permission, then filing false charges against him and verbally threatening him when he protests, ordering him to "f**king leave."

That in itself is worthy of it's own video, yet the hits don't stop there. The man then films his interaction with the city's prosecutor, a despicable cretin who candidly tells him how the justice system is rigged against him and police will lie to get him convicted. When he asks to speak to the judge, the prosecutor snaps at him criticizing him for his "expectation" he has some "controlling sense" over "public entities" and has any "power over them."

He boldly squashes the myth government workers are "servants" and firmly entrenches them as rulers. It reads like a scene out of a movie where the bad guy explains how the scam is run right before he's about to kill the hero.

From YouTube:
I verbally objected to an unconstitutional search of my vehicle in Electra, Texas. Police officers Matt Wood and Gary Ellis maliciously responded by issuing me two false citations. I got a copy of the dashboard-camera video at the pretrial hearing. It showed all. City attorney Todd Greenwood demanded I give my copy of the evidence back, and tried to have me arrested when I refused.

Todd Greenwood then compared rural Texas to the movie Deliverance, and warned me "What's written down in the Constitution is one thing, and the real practice is another."

All charges dropped. Section 1983 anyone?
Prosecutor Todd Greenwood lost his contract with the city over the video. His contract was up for renewal, they simply opted not to renew it. No one else appears to have faced any repercussions, probably because the town is run exactly as the prosecutor explained.
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