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    A good LEO encounter

    Not sure where this came from... but it is a "good encounter".

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    That officer was extremely professional and polite. I wish they could all be like that.

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    Yea, good cop on this one. Somebody else posted this video already. I find I troubling that there are so many bad cop videos posted on here all different cop. Then when someone posts a good cop it's the same guy. There has got to be more than one good cop out there, right?!?!?
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    Wow. Awesome.
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    It's not that their are not good cops out there. The problem is you hand a handful of people that only want to post the bad ones and never post good encounters.

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    I was annoyed when the video started, although it ended well.

    I thought the next video was good, too, if unrelated ... http://www.wimp.com/pizzaindia/ ... lol
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    We have a whole county full of good cops (Sheriff, Town, or WSP)...nobody video's here, why bother? I am sure there are other counties that are the same as ours, with the same reaction...video a police encounter? What for.

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    I like to see positive response like this between leo and people that carry.

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    Question

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    Last edited by ManInBlack; 07-25-2011 at 08:10 PM. Reason: Question Answered

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManInBlack View Post
    I don't understand why the officer disarmed him, and why he was carrying an unloaded pistol in the first place.
    The video took place in California where they only allow unloaded open carry. By law, officers are allowed to perform "e" checks to ensure the firearm is unloaded.
    Last edited by thebigsd; 07-25-2011 at 07:59 PM.
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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by thebigsd View Post
    The video took place in California where they only allow unloaded open carry. By law, officers are allowed to perform "e" checks to ensure the firearm is unloaded.
    Ah...I had assumed this was in Missouri. I'm aware of the suspicionless assaults and seizures that the people have allowed to be imposed on them in the People's Republik of Kalifornia.

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    Same cop in OH goes off again

    The same cop, a firearm in a vehicle (NOCCW permit), but the officer needs soem anger management training!
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