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    The right way to handle a police stop

    This is not only god for a traffic stop, think about it, holds true for an OC stop as well.
    Remember your "rights", be "polite", say little to nothing!
    Am I being detained, am I under arrest, am I free to go?

    The 5ht amendment is yours, anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
    Nothing you say will be used for your defense!

    Busted: The Citizen's Guide to Surviving a Police Encounter. By FlexYourRights

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDJrQBwJpqk
    Last edited by mspgunner; 10-16-2011 at 08:00 PM. Reason: additional information and credit!
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    Mspgunner,

    Please update your first post to reflect the actual title of the video:

    Busted: The Citizen's Guide to Surviving a Police Encounter. By FlexYourRights.


    The full video is a great educational tool. Been posted here numerous times. And, it never hurts to repost it for new readers who are not familiar with it.

    But, for those who have seen it before, and to give credit where deserved, it really should be posted under its correct name, rather than under the YouTube poster's opinion acting as a title. Also, the youtube repost you linked is poor quality. If you find and link the version originally posted by FlexYourRights, the quality will be better for first-time viewers.

    FlexYourRights came out with a new video also. Earlier this year I think. Ten Rules for Dealing with Police. Also available on YouTube.

    And the FlexYourRights website at (their name).org is a wealth of information. Especially, their FAQs section.

    I've talked with one of their founders briefly by phone. Seemed a nice fellow. If you can afford a donation, they'll appreciate it.
    Last edited by Citizen; 10-16-2011 at 07:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen View Post
    Mspgunner,

    Please update your first post to reflect the actual title of the video:

    Busted: The Citizen's Guide to Surviving a Police Encounter. By FlexYourRights.


    The full video is a great educational tool. Been posted here numerous times. And, it never hurts to repost it for new readers who are not familiar with it.

    But, for those who have seen it before, and to give credit where deserved, it really should be posted under its correct name, rather than under the YouTube poster's opinion acting as a title. Also, the youtube repost you linked is poor quality. If you find and link the version originally posted by FlexYourRights, the quality will be better for first-time viewers.

    FlexYourRights came out with a new video also. Earlier this year I think. Ten Rules for Dealing with Police. Also available on YouTube.

    And the FlexYourRights website at (their name).org is a wealth of information. Especially, their FAQs section.

    I've talked with one of their founders briefly by phone. Seemed a nice fellow. If you can afford a donation, they'll appreciate it.
    If you pull it, you use it. If you pull it and you don't use it, you've done some thing wrong and you might not get another chance. Think about it before you pack it!
    I worked 24/7 for 2A OC rights! Don't like what I did? Try it yourself, it was my full time job!
    Certified NRA Range Safety Officer - RSO

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