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Analysis posted Feb 16 2012, 11:59 PM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: InformationLiberation Print

Seattle Police Vindictively Take Dash-Cam Video Of Man's Traffic Infraction & Show It To Man's Boss

Chris | InformationLiberation

When a Seattle attorney recently made a public records request for two dash-cam videos which involved clients he was representing, the Seattle police astonishingly filed a lawsuit against him to prevent the dash-cam videos from being released.

Despite taking that stance, SPD officers in this case took dash-cam video of a man being harassed over a minor traffic infraction and showed the video to the man's boss in a vindictive attempt to get him fired.

KOMO News reports:
SEATTLE -- For the past year the KOMO 4 Problem Solvers have uncovered case after case of questionable conduct by Seattle Police Officers caught on tape. Now we've found a chilling case that started as a simple traffic stop that could happen to any one of us. Only this time the dash cam video of the incident was shown to a man's boss, jeopardizing his very livelihood.

Most people who know Keiwuan Miller see him as either the assistant high school basketball coach or as a security officer at a local public high school. But on an April day in 2010, drivers could have seen him along the side of a city street, stopped by Seattle police for allegedly not wearing his seat belt.

Miller, who has absolutely no criminal history, says he's been stopped by police time and time again simply because of the color of his skin. And every time he's stopped, "it brings back the first time, the second time, when I was a teenager, when I was 22, It brings all those times back."
Read their full story here.

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Posted: Feb 17 2012, 11:36 AM

8067 Where are all those Second Amendment-fanatics, supposed to protect you from tyranny ?

Posted: Feb 17 2012, 12:47 PM

67171 If you have nothing to hide and don't do anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about. Just do what you are told when an officer asks you to do something.

Posted: Feb 17 2012, 5:47 PM

68192 She wanted him to lose his job. He wasn't out of control and I can understand the frustration of being stopped for a revenue-generating stupid seatbelt ticket. Nothing has done more to erode respect for the police than their role as basically another taxing agency. If their role is to further impoverish Americans than let some of them go and keep just enough for the purpose of protecting the public. Better yet have them arrest the crooked politicians.

Posted: Feb 17 2012, 8:01 PM

83101 LOL @ 67171... from experience, I can assure you that even if you comply and remain polite, you can't be sure that there are reasons to worry!

Posted: Feb 19 2012, 8:28 AM

50104 "Under common law, I do not consent and I waive the benefits. Officer, am I free to go?"

...Wait 10 seconds...

"Officer, am I free to go?"

...Wait 10 seconds...

"Officer, if you do no answer in the negative, I will assume I am free to go. Am I free to go, officer?"

When you speak like that to an officer you treat them as a peace officer and you as a citizen. Never answer their questions. Two sentences in and you've verbally contracted to "understand" them, or, more clearly put "stand under their authority". When that happens you become a corporate citizen and they are the agent of the United States Federal Corporation and the subcorps, the states.


Posted: Jan 20 2013, 11:28 PM

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