Virginia Cop Batters Man with Camera after Intimidation Tactics FailBy Carlos Miller
Jun. 11, 2014
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Once again, a cop tried to reach into his bag of unlawful charges to intimidate a man from video recording them hassling his friend on a crowded street in Virginia.
First the Norfolk police sergeant threatened to arrest Jeremiah Schwenk with interfering, even though the video shows the cop walked up to him, seeking to interfere with his right to record.
Then the cop accused him of blocking pedestrian traffic and causing a disturbance, even though the man had not said a word until he was approached, not to mention pedestrian traffic was flowing freely.
Finally, the jacked-up, wide-eyed cop was unable to contain his anger anymore, especially after Schwenk asked for his name and badge number (see if you can make out his name at 2:21).
He then smacked Schwenk’s camera away, ordering him to “get that light out of my face.”
Imagine doing that every time a cop shines a light in your face.