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    Here's an interesting youtube to listen to. The video had problems for me downloading, and kept reloading. However, the video wasn't all that long, and the courtroom audio is played afterward. No problems with the courtroom audio.

    It was interesting listening to how the officer and prosecutor tried to twist things around to get a conviction. It was almost so wild I'm not even sure to believe it's true.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQ2bnNHQuIA



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    Very interesting video/ audio. Thanks for the link.
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    I don't have time to listen to the audio. Is is gun-related?

    If not, it seems off-topic for the forum to me.
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    It's pretty much all about a guy getting arrested for failure to produce ID, when he wasn't even a suspect of any crimes. I believe it is hugely relevant to open carry in non gold star states due to the frequency at which we get asked for ID.
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    Personally, I thought it was interesting to see how things that are said and done on the street can transfer into the courtroom.

    I think it is relevant because it might help people understand some of the things that happen during a hostile police encounter. However, I mainly thought some people might appreciate it.

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    Very interesting indeed. Thanks for sharing

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