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    Does this video show the normal police responce to OC?




    I thought that KY was an open carry friendly state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom1Man View Post



    I thought that KY was an open carry friendly state.
    That officer is an idiot! He has NO idea what he is saying! He completely deprived that gentleman of his rights. I would have sued him and the department before I placed this video on Youtube.

    Does anyone know who this might be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundiver View Post
    Whatever came of this incident? Do you know? Anyone?
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    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect every one who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are ruined."-Patrick Henry; speaking of protecting the rights of an armed citizenry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KYGlockster View Post
    Whatever came of this incident? Do you know? Anyone?
    Is there really a Supreme court case on what the cop said at the beginning?
    Last edited by Comm; 12-05-2012 at 10:11 AM.

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    OMG .. how is this cop still a cop? He has to be the luckiest guy I know. If he continues this route he'll just get himself in a world of hurt. I hope his boss saw this and straightened him out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KYGlockster View Post
    Whatever came of this incident? Do you know? Anyone?
    ps1mhd is the OC'er in the video. Of course I don't know his real name. I'm sure a PM to him will answer your question. That is of course if he checks his PM. He doesn't seem to be a very active member here.
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    [QUOTE=Freedom1Man;


    I thought that KY was an open carry friendly state.[/QUOTE]

    KY really is an OC friendly state. Someone just forgot to tell this dip sh!t cop that it is.
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    I've only had one confrontational encounter like that and it didn't continue going the way that one did. But that guy was also ill prepared for such a confrontation. Where were the KRS and Kentucky case law references? Where were the USC and Federal case law references? Why didn't he ask to speak to the officers supervisor? Why didn't he even bother to get their names?

    If that cop had threatened me with jail I would have said, "Let's go, I want to get paid from the civil lawsuit that I'm going to file on you and your department."

    If this guy can't stand up to a pushy officer and the threat of jail, how is he going to handle the stress of someone shooting at him?

    One must be better informed than this, I don't think its right that we have to be, but that's the reality of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnfetteredMight View Post
    I've only had one confrontational encounter like that and it didn't continue going the way that one did. But that guy was also ill prepared for such a confrontation. Where were the KRS and Kentucky case law references? Where were the USC and Federal case law references? Why didn't he ask to speak to the officers supervisor? Why didn't he even bother to get their names?

    If that cop had threatened me with jail I would have said, "Let's go, I want to get paid from the civil lawsuit that I'm going to file on you and your department."

    If this guy can't stand up to a pushy officer and the threat of jail, how is he going to handle the stress of someone shooting at him?

    One must be better informed than this, I don't think its right that we have to be, but that's the reality of it.

    Big Fail.
    I've seen some videos where the OC'er was able to quote a ton of state laws, case laws, USC's etc. Sometimes the LEO would back down and sometimes it still ended in an arrest (later dismissed I'm sure). I just wonder when it is a good time to stop talking, plead the 5th and call their hand and make them either charge you or go f**k off. I'm sure asking for a supervisor is always ok and a smart move. And I'm all for pleading my case and reminding them of the consequences of an illegal arrest, but when trying to rationalize with a person that is unrationale, I just wonder when it's time to zip your lip and take a different approach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by self preservation View Post
    I've seen some videos where the OC'er was able to quote a ton of state laws, case laws, USC's etc. Sometimes the LEO would back down and sometimes it still ended in an arrest (later dismissed I'm sure). I just wonder when it is a good time to stop talking, plead the 5th and call their hand and make them either charge you or go f**k off. I'm sure asking for a supervisor is always ok and a smart move. And I'm all for pleading my case and reminding them of the consequences of an illegal arrest, but when trying to rationalize with a person that is unrationale, I just wonder when it's time to zip your lip and take a different approach.
    No sir, I would rather it end in an illegal arrest than to capitulate to an illegal stop.

    This is how it's done.

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