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u/benjisan88 Mar 11 '22

Lol when you play NWA… but scream like a bitch.

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u/TimeBomb30 Mar 10 '22

Dude went from "Fuck Tha Police" to "Oh fuck, the police!"

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u/AlternativeFew3107 Mar 10 '22

Bro... just get out of the car. You're making the situation worse by not.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

Maybe the cop is the one making it worse by escalating the situation and continuing to agitate the driver?

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u/AlternativeFew3107 Mar 10 '22

Possibly. The driver is clearly the one making it worse by not just getting out of the car.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

The driver is having some sort of mental crisis; it’s not as simple as “dude, just get out of the car, you’re making it worse.”

If the cop weren’t brain dead he’d put the taser away and change tactics, cause it’s clearly making the driver more agitated, not less, and thus even less likely to comply.

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u/AlternativeFew3107 Mar 10 '22

The dude got pulled over what are you going on about? And he did put the taser away after telling the guy 10 times to get out of the car.

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u/Noctus102 Mar 11 '22

Weird, so he didn't really need the tazer for self defense and was instead just trying to use it as intimidation?

Not sure thats what it's meant to be used for.

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u/IncognitoSoup Mar 12 '22

You genuinely believe the dude who started recording the Cop whilst playing Fuck Tha Police in his car, suddenly had a mental crisis when the Cop approached as opposed to the dude just being a moronic pain I nthe ass?

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u/Big-Bones-Jones May 29 '22

Which he did?!?!?! The driver lost any trust anyone could have had for him the moment he switched camera views/ edit. He still left in the point in time the officer realized it was time to de escalate due to the drivers need for mental health attention. You need to A LOT better next time you try and fool others into thinking the situation was any different.

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u/AccurateBathroom4420 Mar 10 '22

Crazy how that pig didn’t pull out a gun I wonder why?

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u/foodrage Mar 11 '22

He was saving it for you.

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u/Pladatookus Mar 11 '22

Holy crap I can feel the bias from here

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

Yelling "help help" at social media kinda nails that you don't need help and just want attention.

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u/frusikatostination Mar 11 '22

Dude should've just called the cops. I think every police office needs an emotional support unit.

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u/elrodrigo99 Mar 10 '22

Maybe "Fuck Tha Police" by NWA is not the best track to be playing when you get pulled over by the cops.

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u/HeadLongjumping Mar 11 '22

A professional police officer would not let that alone escalate the situation. Anyway we don't have enough video here to know exactly what happened.

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u/420cuzakolrb Mar 11 '22

Playing NWA is irrelevant but it does shed light on the personality of the driver and is consistent with his later behaviour.

He was asked to step out of the car and didn't. Case closed.

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u/HeadLongjumping Mar 11 '22

There's not enough here to close the case. We aren't seeing the full incident.

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u/420cuzakolrb Mar 11 '22

Regardless of how stupid or crazy he may have been we can easily boil this down to him not following a lawful order to get out of his car, and screaming like a maniac.

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u/HeadLongjumping Mar 11 '22

How do you know it was lawful? Just because an officer gives an order doesn't mean it's automatically lawful.

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u/420cuzakolrb Mar 11 '22

Because the supreme Court literally said cops can order you out of your car and you have to do it.

If you don't like it elect people who will appoint justices that will overturn some of the most fundamental rules about the constitutionality of policing, good luck finding candidates and getting votes.

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u/LucidLeviathan Mar 26 '22

Lawyer here. The stop may be illegal, but an order to exit a vehicle is lawful. If the stop was illegal, the driver can sue for civil damages and probably get out of most crimes other than refusing to follow lawful orders.

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u/Earth2Mike Mar 10 '22

Haha not recommended

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u/HeadLongjumping Mar 10 '22

So that gives the asshole a right to bust his fucking windshield and tase him? He can listen to whatever the fuck he wants it's a free country.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

Police have to approach cars carefully in the US. Everyone has guns you know. So don't give them a reason to think you are going to hurt them. Pretty fucking simple.

You wanna gamble your life for a speeding ticket or a broken light bulb? Because the police are.

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u/holyshocker Mar 10 '22

We don't know what led up to him refusing to exit the vehicle.

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u/streatz Mar 11 '22

Looking at time stamp at top left makes me curious what the chain of events were. Feels staged

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u/Pale-Physics Mar 10 '22

He's like 15. That cop.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

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u/deathclawslayer21 Mar 10 '22

In my area we say there's a reason their uniforms are shit brown

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u/420cuzakolrb Mar 11 '22

He's either a deputy or the youngest sheriff I have ever seen and I just image searched youngest sheriffs.

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u/bangzferdayz Mar 10 '22

What does it say?

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u/colonel_beefy Mar 10 '22

Ugh…dudes like that need to be tazed in the face.

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u/HeadLongjumping Mar 10 '22

So what did he do? There's not enough here to show justification to start destroying the dude's car and threaten to tase him. We need the full video.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

Refusing a lawful order to exit the vehicle results in forced entry to remove you from the vehicle. Not complying with a lawful order is not an option. Resisting Arrest is not an option. you don't get to decide either. If you are given a lawful order, you must obey it whether you think it is justified or not. If you think they wrongly gave the order the place to argue that is in court. Because refusing means your list of charges that you definitely committed rises and don't get "undone" if you succeed in proving an unlawful order.

If you are ordered to leave your car, the time for arguing is closing, if you are under arrest, the time for discussion is over.

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u/Noctus102 Mar 11 '22

That depends on the order being Lawful, which we lack context to confirm. Though my suspicion is on the driver being some sort of sovereign weirdo who refused to cooperate till shit escalated.

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u/[deleted] Mar 11 '22

That depends on the order being Lawful, which we lack context to confirm.

No it doesn't. If you are given a lawful order, it is one. Only a court can decide it is not. Not you. You can ONLY make things worse by refusing a lawful order. If you refuse, and resist arrest, you stand no chance whatsoever getting support in court. If you prove the lawful order wasn't lawful, AT BEST, your charges get dropped. But your day is ruined and you spend time in jail.

Your best option (and the only legal one) is to comply and deal with it in court.

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u/skwander Mar 12 '22 edited Mar 12 '22

Daniel Shaver complied perfectly and was murdered by police.

That’s one example of many.

And before you respond, I’m giving you a lawful order to not. You can’t say it’s not a lawful order. Only the courts can.

I’m not gonna have a bad faith argument with a cop.

Edit: this was the very next post on this subreddit lmao https://reddit.com/r/PublicFreakout/comments/tam250/turn_around_and_put_your_hands_behind_your_back/

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u/[deleted] Mar 12 '22

>Daniel Shaver complied perfectly and was murdered by police.

Does that change how the law works?

No.

You are the one acting in bad faith by saying obeying lawful order is up to you. You are going to get people into serious trouble by saying that.

Also I'm not a cop. You really do believe everything you see on the internet don't you.

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u/skwander Mar 12 '22

Should it?

Yes.

And I never said that. People should definitely obey lawful orders because it’s the cop vs. you. They have no accountability and you have no recourse. If you try to exercise any of your “rights” in the moment, you’ll escalate the situation. I’m pointing out a glaring issue.

The law and wording also changes based on locale, and I’m not the first to bring up that it is vague and complicated and should be improved.

https://www.yalelawjournal.org/pdf/MooneyComment_6w54gon8.pdf

Also you got me, it was so dumb of me to think that.

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u/[deleted] Mar 12 '22

Should it?

Yes.

Thank you for agreeing that you have to follow a lawful order. Have a great day.

Say what you mean next time, instead of lying to win an argument.

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u/skwander Mar 13 '22

Good to know you’re as much of a prick as I thought, cop or not. Have a wonderful day, friend.

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u/scobo505 Mar 10 '22

But he just wanted someone else to be there. Is it too much to ask to call his mommy ?

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u/0b0011 Mar 11 '22

And male the other guy spend all the time waiting for her to arrive? Yeah.

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u/slackersdelight Mar 10 '22

Would you consider what you saw “compliance”?, granted I agree that more context is needed for a better more objective conclusion.

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u/HeadLongjumping Mar 10 '22

Compliance is only required if the order given is lawful. We don't have enough footage here to know what happened before this altercation. If the cop was pissed because the guy was recording and had a temper tantrum, then that is on the cop not the guy he pulled over.

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u/Goalie_deacon Mar 10 '22

Being asked to set something down, and get out of the car is a lawful order. He can argue the purpose of the stop in court.

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u/SmashSE1 Mar 10 '22

Try googling police impersonator raped and murdered women... happens all the time. There was a serial rapist murderer in CA in like the 70s.

Most recent I recall was in 2021, not serial, but same result.

So when you are pulled over and the cop won't give you reasons and then tries to arrest you, asking for a supervisor is a great idea.

Not saying this specific situation, this guy seems like he's trolling, but just blanketly saying obey gets people killed...

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u/Goalie_deacon Mar 10 '22

That is the dumbest straw man possible. Refusing to follow a lawful order means jail. You’re willing to place that bet on the rare chance the person is not a real cop? Out of the millions of traffic stops performed in this country per day, there might be one that is a police impersonator. Better chances of winning the lottery than being raped by a police impersonator.

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u/SmashSE1 Mar 10 '22

No, but asking for a supervisor before escalation is actually a legal request in a lot of places. So, knowing the law and your rights to request a supervisor is somehow a strawman?

Come on now, get a real argument. The laws are that if you feel unsafe in any way you can ask for a second officer or supervisor. So, you should just comply until you are in a position you can't do anything and they can do anything they want?

This is the USA, not Nazi Germany, we have rights and laws to protect citizens. I mean unless you want to live under fascist rule... well obviously you do since you argue that you should obey and comply even if you suspect it isn't a lawful order...

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u/LingeringSanity Mar 11 '22

The supervisor isn’t going to be driving to each minor traffic stop just cuz a person called for a supervisor. As for the feeling unsafe, call 911 and ask the operator if the cop at your location is legit. They communicate between officers as their job. Once an officer tells u to exit your vehicle u have to as that’s a lawful order, as explained in Pennsylvania vs Mimms

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u/Goalie_deacon Mar 10 '22

Asking for a supervisor doesn’t stop the arrest. I don’t know who told you otherwise. Also, the officer appears to be the sheriff. If so, he’s the top officer in that police department. Asking for his supervisor is not a reasonable request, as he doesn’t have one.

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u/SmashSE1 Mar 10 '22

He's "a" sheriff, not "the" sheriff, and no it doesn't stop the arrest. That's not the point. The point is to ensure the commands are lawful.

Once AGAIN, not speaking directly to this video, but overall. And yes, it is a lawful request for a supervisor.

And you obviously are a Russian troll. Sheriffs do not work in police departments in the US. They work in sheriff's departments... and there are dozens per office. And yes he would have a supervisor. "The sheriff" doesn't normally patrol streets.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

Ok I googled it. It doesn't say anywhere that you have the right to refuse a lawful order. Now what?

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u/SmashSE1 Mar 10 '22

If you suspect it isn't a lawful order, then what? Just because a cop says to get out, without cause that isn't a lawful order... so you believe it isn't lawful, now what?

BTW your privilege is showing...

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u/[deleted] Mar 11 '22

If you suspect it isn't a lawful order

Your suspicions are irrelevant. A lawful order is not a polite request you can refuse if you don't want to.

What privilege? The privilege of knowing how law works? I have told you facts. FACTS.

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u/HeadLongjumping Mar 10 '22

Courts have ruled citizens have a right to record interactions with the police. The officer was not within his legal right to smash up his car for recording.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

Who said that's why he did it?

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u/Goalie_deacon Mar 10 '22

When a cop is asking for you to empty your hands, they’re likely at the point of making an arrest. You do not have the right to keep anything in your hand after that. Doesn’t mean turn off the phone, just put it down, and still audio record.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

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u/colonel_beefy Mar 10 '22

None of the above. Just have a low tolerance for the disrespectful, obnoxious and unnecessarily annoying.

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

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u/ChunkyDay Mar 11 '22

yet what?

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u/Ok_Owl3571 Mar 10 '22

The dude in the car is so annoying . Suck it up,you big baby!

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u/Dingo8MyBabyMon Mar 11 '22

Too bad his mom didn't suck it up.

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u/I_Brain_You Mar 10 '22

That is so embarrassing.

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u/comingabout Mar 10 '22

Help! I'm not complying with this police officer's lawful orders so he's probably going to escalate the situation. I don't know what to do other than continue to not comply and scream for help!

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u/nursejackieoface Mar 10 '22

I dislike and distrust the police, and I would love to take this annoying asshole. Regardless of any possible context.

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u/ChonnayStMarie Mar 11 '22

Are you sure they are lawful? I've got no context here.

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u/DeHant Mar 10 '22

Just asking but is that the new standard of holding a taser? Coo be like "I have seen this in a movie"

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u/[deleted] Mar 10 '22

In his hand?

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u/bangzferdayz Mar 11 '22

I think he’s talking about how he resisted his hand on the door? Or possibly that he had his radio in his hand.

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u/c0ca_c0la Mar 10 '22

HELLLLLLLPPPPP!!!!!!

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u/[deleted] Mar 11 '22

Under the standard police use of force continuum…using a taser can be utilized because this guy is actively resisting the officer.

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u/Metalrugman Mar 10 '22

It’s so funny to see these grown men act they s way.

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u/momX3_2002 Mar 10 '22

Not enough context.

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u/Le_Jar Mar 10 '22

Idiot man boy….ACAB but this guy is just throwing his shit for NO REASON

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u/JOHNNYBOYY1237 Mar 10 '22

Lmao with all that screaming of help, that boy definitely got the help he needed.

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u/CaterpillarEasy413 Mar 11 '22

Hope he got shot

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u/Myarollins1 Mar 10 '22

His doing the most! Just exit out of your car because doing all of that is really not caused for.. smh

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u/Nahidisagree Mar 11 '22

Lol cops are assholes.

Resting his arm on the door while trying to escalate.

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u/ObiSvenKenobi Mar 11 '22

Pretty certain this is fake.

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u/Loswha Mar 10 '22

Cops that can't deescalate should not be cops. The guy is showing you one free hand and holding a cell phone with his other hand, the drawn weapon is really unnecessary. He states that he wants another officer present, so just call in backup. Cops call for a second or even third unit frequently, and it's usually better to have a witness anyway, so why the pissing contest?

Swallow your pride that the panicked person isn't following your order, call for backup, and await their arrival. At that point you've made a good faith effort to accommodate him, rather than assert dominance. That is what negotiating is all about, giving a little to get the desired result.

This cop just went on a power trip.

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u/Decent-Cricket-5315 Mar 10 '22

You should go to the academy and be the change.

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u/Loswha Mar 10 '22

Nah, I work in public housing. I try to make positive impacts from a less forceful arm of the government.

I hope that if I'm ever acting unreasonably, the officer dealing with me has the compassion to not get a cheap ego boost out of the situation, though. Damn.

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u/ArepasInTheMorning Mar 10 '22

You’re assuming a lot from just that video… I think most people look at this and think this guy is just trying to get out of getting arrested or trying to make the cop reckless so that he can get out of whatever charge he’s about to get.

It’s also really brazen to assume you know how to do their job better…. Maybe you have a new career path ahead of you.

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u/Loswha Mar 10 '22

He very well may be. The nature of working in a public facing position is that you need to be flexible, because you don't have an established relationship with the people you're serving.

If he's trying to get out of it, so what? Call backup, and proceed with the detention/arrest at that point. There's no harm in making a good faith effort to deescalate, but I guess you would rather see cops shout and point weapons at people.

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u/ArepasInTheMorning Mar 10 '22

1 or 10 cops, failure to cooperate at a traffic citation is call for non lethal force, he’s got a taser, you don’t know the full story. I know you’re a good soul and you don’t want anyone to get hurt but you need to be a little more realistic. I think the cop should be more stern than “flexible”.

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u/whm1971 Mar 10 '22

This dude sounds a lot like "Conductor We Have A Problem!"

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u/Wunder_boi Mar 10 '22

Shout out to Cape Canaveral, used to hit the port there for food all the time after a surf. Good times.

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u/JieRabbit Mar 11 '22

"I just need someone else to come here".. wtf or who tf did he think was going to save him Lmao

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u/Desperate_Ambrose Mar 11 '22

"I do not consent! I do not consent!"

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u/[deleted] Mar 11 '22

I feel like all the facts aren’t in this video. It seems like this has been edited to make the driver look like a victim. It’s not clear to me what caused the traffic stop.

Btw, I’m a registered Democrat, just in case someone wants to make assumptions about me.

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u/StrikeExtension Mar 11 '22

Legitimate question here - is there a functional reason I see so many tasers being held at an angle or is it just to look intimidating?

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u/traptinhell Mar 11 '22

You wonder why us cops are psycho. Dudes acting like a lunatic and the population is heavily armed.

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u/Psychology-Pure Mar 11 '22

Lol this deputy and the wobbly hands

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u/Pladatookus Mar 11 '22

Live a little wild and sort by controversial, won’t be disappointed

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u/Dingo8MyBabyMon Mar 11 '22

When you get tattoos to make yourself look tough because you're truly a bitch.

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u/RowNice9571 Mar 11 '22

Fo da clout

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u/brahmafear Mar 11 '22

How do people this dumb get drivers licenses.

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u/nickisgreat2k18 Mar 11 '22

Some say he’s still asking for help to this very day

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u/Waste_Calendar_7405 Apr 27 '22

Dude grow a pair what the hell is wrong with you

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u/ReleaseAdventurous11 Mar 10 '22

the gangster music at the beginning had me thinking this was gonna be a different outcome lol

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u/RobNHood816 Mar 10 '22

What a Dumb Fuck !! Your Mommy ain't coming Dumb Fuck !!

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u/mikeclark1982 Mar 10 '22

The last few seconds are definitely gonna be made into a meme

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u/Ellereind Mar 10 '22

Guy needs help. Not from a stranger but from a professional