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    Video of bad arrest - charged with interfering

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014...st-this-video/

    First, what he means by interfering is vague.

    Second, he cannot order you into your house.

    Third, its clear that he just wanted to stop the recording and the person was of no threat.

    Looks like the cops are playing new games ..

    here is the statue in my state:

    Sec. 53a-167a. Interfering with an officer: Class A misdemeanor. (a) A person is guilty of interfering with an officer when such person obstructs, resists, hinders or endangers any peace officer, special policeman appointed under section 29-18b, motor vehicle inspector designated under section 14-8 and certified pursuant to section 7-294d or firefighter in the performance of such peace officer's, special policeman's, motor vehicle inspector's or firefighter's duties.

    It clearly requires a person to ACT. Simply standing around not moving and taking video cannot be interfering.

    Seems to be the new vogue charge to attack lawful citizens with.
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    As long as he was "acting in good faith" his total and complete lack of understanding of the law won't be an issue. Somebody will get arrested, somebody might have to pay hundreds or perhaps thousands of dollars into the "system", somebody will wind up with a record, ... but as long as 'no harm was done' then no one got hurt by the incident.

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    “You are interfering right now,” one officer tells him. “You need to go inside right now. It’s a lawful order, OK? You are going to go inside right now.”

    ummm.... no, the officer interrupted his work to harass a citizen and then lied about it being a lawful order. One more officer who got away with assaulting a citizen. This is why they never learn. Sheep just allowing themselves to be led into a cage for exercising their rights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rightwinglibertarian View Post
    ummm.... no, the officer interrupted his work to harass a citizen and then lied about it being a lawful order. One more officer who got away with assaulting a citizen. This is why they never learn. Sheep just allowing themselves to be led into a cage for exercising their rights.
    Bbaaaaa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    Bbaaaaa

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    Quote Originally Posted by rightwinglibertarian View Post
    Your mockery doesn't change the truth.
    So what do u suppose those "sheep" should have done to avoid going I to a "cage". Please tell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    So what do u suppose those "sheep" should have done to avoid going I to a "cage". Please tell

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    There is the right to resist an unlawful arrest.

    Yet most citizens know that it is comply are die.

    I suppose he must have "consented" to his rights being trampled on....
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    There is the right to resist an unlawful arrest.

    Yet most citizens know that it is comply are die.

    I suppose he must have "consented" to his rights being trampled on....
    Are u his mouth piece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    Are u his mouth piece?

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    Are you going to rebut or continue with asanine apologia and sophistry?
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    There is the right to resist an unlawful arrest.

    Yet most citizens know that it is comply are die.

    I suppose he must have "consented" to his rights being trampled on....
    In my state, you cannot resist..or at least that is how the law is today. If a court would use reason, like they did in Indiana, to see the injustice of this law (and I think it violates our natural rights), then all courts should strike down resisting charges for all those cases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    In my state, you cannot resist..or at least that is how the law is today. If a court would use reason, like they did in Indiana, to see the injustice of this law (and I think it violates our natural rights), then all courts should strike down resisting charges for all those cases.
    You are right that states and courts have ignored this right and many outright outlaw it.

    The courts should strike down those cases.

    I am of the view the right doesn't magically disappear because some statist don't like it.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    Lawfully resisting a unlawful arrest would be a major shift in the balance of power. This is why many cops do not appreciate knowledgeable citizens. If cops knew that they could be held to immediate account for their unlawful acts the frequency of those unlawful acts would diminish drastically, and virtually over night. Cops depend upon the exemptions in the law that provide them cover for their unlawful acts. Cops depend on their fellow cops to, at a minimum, take no actions against obvious unlawful acts.

    Typically the very best witness to a cop's lawlessness is the other cop standing right next to him.
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    Seems very clear to me if they were more interested in the neighbor taking video then the house they were searching.

    There really was no need for SWAT nor armored vehicles.


    Taking two officers out of the action to arrest the neighbor tells me the danger from the house they were searching was not very high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sudden valley gunner View Post
    You are right that states and courts have ignored this right and many outright outlaw it.

    The courts should strike down those cases.

    I am of the view the right doesn't magically disappear because some statist don't like it.

    you'd be right but the problem with all of this is lack of numbers. You may get small groups here and there but there is not a widespread move to resist unlawful behaviour by LEOs. Which is why they carry right on.

    Quote Originally Posted by OC for ME View Post
    Lawfully resisting a unlawful arrest would be a major shift in the balance of power. This is why many cops do not appreciate knowledgeable citizens. If cops knew that they could be held to immediate account for their unlawful acts the frequency of those unlawful acts would diminish drastically, and virtually over night. Cops depend upon the exemptions in the law that provide them cover for their unlawful acts. Cops depend on their fellow cops to, at a minimum, take no actions against obvious unlawful acts.

    Typically the very best witness to a cop's lawlessness is the other cop standing right next to him.

    Are you kidding? LEOs are gonna back each other up for sure, regardless of whether one of them is right or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rightwinglibertarian View Post
    Are you kidding? LEOs are gonna back each other up for sure, regardless of whether one of them is right or not.
    But they're not all bad!!!111 :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by state hater View Post
    But they're not all bad!!!111 :P
    What a statist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    What a statist

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    Quote Originally Posted by state hater View Post
    Yes you are.
    Takes one to know one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
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    Perhaps it would be interesting to try and find measures of the time LEOs engage in these unlawful acts?

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    Wouldn't the officer be guilty of dereliction of duty for not doing it while instead harassing a non-obstructing citizen?
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    Another 3am raid by the military police. Was that public enemy number 1 in that house..

    Police are more fearful of citizens with video cameras then they are of citizens with weapons..

    My .02

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    These thugs are on their hands and knees, begging for a response that will make the French Revolution look like a love tap in comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by state hater View Post
    These thugs are on their hands and knees, begging for a response that will make the French Revolution look like a love tap in comparison.
    Where do you guys come up with this stuff?

    Bottom of a cereal box? Fortune cookies?

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