You mean more than it already does loaded with armor?
Yet, somehow, no one else needs that same right?
I think he got it right. She wants freedom from CIA snooping. I think that's good for all of us.
1st Amendment acknowledges a right. Suppressing the video is suppressing the right.
But how long until they're ordered to scrub any page containing it from the search results?
I defend it, but I'm not a user. Several departments around here are known for less-than-above-board tactics to uphold the status quo.
Be careful with strictly answering "no." They'll ask questions like "do you mind if I...?" to get around that. Sometimes full answers like "I do not consent" work best.
Nope. I was young, and every bit of the money I had at the time went to defending the bullshit misdemeanor charge against a falsified report (ended up being reduced to a no-point infraction because I had no money to actually go to court). I brought it up to my lawyer and her response was lackluster.
It wasn't for safety, I was sitting on a squad car hood 20' away. It was "for inventory purposes."
Which could be proved in court to be false, thus poisoning the evidence.
Posted answers above. Yes, he falsified the report.
Misdemeanor Reckless Driving.
The reason for the stop was a tight turn in a parking lot caused my tire to squeal. He trashed the inside of my truck, then magically decided he was no longer placing me under arrest and let me go. On the falsified report, he stated that I passed within 6' of a structure thus threatening the occupants. The problem was at 11 at night everything was closed and in order to pass within 6' of that building I would have to be on the opposite side of the 30' wide road, thread between palm trees in a 5-6' wide planter, and drive on a 5' sidewalk.
Sadly, I was an idiot kid with no money to press the issue after getting the misdemeanor dismissed.
Don't have time to do their job correctly? It's as simple as asking "do you live here?"
Some people really should check how easy they make it for cops to trample rights.
I have. Cop asked if he could search my truck during a traffic stop. I was arrested so the truck would be "unattended" thus could be towed and he could "inventory" it.
"I would prefer you didn't."
"Strictly on principle. I don't agree with that and not a fan of people digging through my stuff."
"Sir, I'm going to have you step out of the car and place your hands behind you back..."
And forcing everyone to use one is just as bad. I don't want any of those sites authenticating me everywhere I go. One more way to tie your life together online.