Cops - Lady Arrested for Filming

...apparently on her own property. Judge Napolitano is going to have a fit over this one.

HT: DailyBail.com

UPDATE: Multiple police cars show up to issue parking tickets at citizens' meeting about the arrest.


Independent Accountant said...

These clowns should be arrested for kidnapping. They are armed and they don't feel safe. What crime will they charge the woman with?


Anonymous said...

Miss Good, the woman arrested claimed to know the man that was being frisked in the video. That made the officer suspicious as it would me. I am on the fence about things like this. The internet and youtube are a force for good, but also bad, and not reporting the whole story is part of the bad.

In Tampabay in last year 2 cops were gunned down during a "routine" traffic stop and 2 others trying to serve a warrant. She simply could of gone in the house and filmed from there.

It is awful hard to claim cops are enforcing a police state with the level of scrutiny and constant surveillance they are under.

If this were 40 years ago in Chicago these cops would of simply kicked the shit out of the woman and threw her in the house. You never said boo to a cop then or back talked them without a visit to the dentist. That type of thing is rare today. It used to be the norm.

ProfoundSkeptic said...

I'm on the fence on this one. An officer's job is hard enough without distractions like these. Also, it's not like he suddenly jumped her or even told her to stop filming - he calmly asked her to move into her home in order for him to make the scene as safe as practical. She had, after all, already said that she knew the person being arrested. Her arguement that she was standing on her own property has nothing to do with this.

W.C. Varones said...

Cops can't violate people's rights just by claiming, "I don't feel safe," which was preposterous on its face as they had multiple armed cops on the scene and she was quietly and politely filming from a distance on her own property.

Some cops have authority issues. This is clearly one of them. I hope this guy gets fired.

Anonymous said...

If the cops don't feel safe, they can move. It's a lot harder for this person to move their yard.

These cope are clearly in the wrong and should be fired.

Anonymous said...

The "I don't feel safe," statement was simply an ass covering set-up. Pure and simple.
I would like to see him busted and put on foot.

Guerrilla Lawfare said...

Probable cause exists when the facts and circumstances KNOWN to the officer would lead a PRUDENT man to BELIEVE that a crime had been commited and the accused had commited the crime.

Per the 4th amendment:
you are not to be seized as a person without probable cause. I want one person who says they are on the fence to tell me what crime she was commiting.

W.C. Varones said...

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

... unless a big, dumb, government goon claims he "doesn't feel safe."

Strange days indeed

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