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Somebody Didn’t Get His Donut

27 Jun

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A man and his wife/girlfriend video-tape a cop and assert their rights.  The cop (presumably with an IQ of 85 and low blood sugar) loses it.  A second cop (presumably with an IQ of 100 and moderate blood sugar levels), calms the first cop and prevents what may have been an episode of police abuse.

Pretty funny.  Even a little inspiring.  The man and woman were laughing at the cop.  They were armed with a video camera.  And they weren’t afraid. Ooooo–that makes cops mad.

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14 Comments

Posted by on June 27, 2013 in Police Abuse, Police State, Resistance, Video

 

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14 responses to “Somebody Didn’t Get His Donut

  1. Anthony Clifton

    June 27, 2013 at 9:35 AM

    30 million invaders…

    economic terrorists printing currency…

    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/169373

    one more time for the children in the ….HOSPITAL

    http://www.zengardner.com/murderous-hypocrisy-pissed-yet/

    what was it …really

    http://snippits-and-slappits.blogspot.com/2013/06/when-israel-is-mighty.html

    that made AMERICA…..FAMOUS ?

    http://www.davispuritybakery.com/ <—–Mr Davis is a genuine Good Guy.

    http://www.public-action.com/SkyWriter/WacoMuseum/war/page/w_l.html

    used to sing…This old man he plays one…Knick Knack paddy wack..@ 3:30am to stay awake
    while cooking several racks of doughnuts & attending North University Texas State…

    http://theboattrain.blogspot.com/2013/06/as-dallass-upper-crust-prepares-to.html

    in the for what it is worth Dept.

     
  2. mrtideman

    June 27, 2013 at 10:18 AM

    If the first COP doesn’t like the cruising, then he should TRY to get a city cruising ordinance on the books, see: http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/cruising-ordinance-lawyers.html Of thus not to make up a law that does not exist just because he THINKs it should, of that is pure George Orwellian “Nineteen Eighty Four” “Thought Police” tactics.

     
  3. Martens

    June 27, 2013 at 12:16 PM

    Let’s consider our options with regard to this low-IQ cop problem:

    1. Do nothing effective about it, just complain, feel sorry for ourselves and spectate as more people are victimized. Meanwhile, those who took action to cause this problem will continue their schemes unopposed, making our situation even worse.

    2. Take action ourselves by getting the right people into office at the municipal level of government to get this low-IQ policy changed. Maybe even institute a high-IQ policy.

     
  4. tim

    June 27, 2013 at 5:47 PM

    Stupid cop.

     
  5. chef1776

    June 27, 2013 at 6:24 PM

    A County Sheriff once asked me “Your eyes are red, have you been drinking?” I answered “Your eyes are glazed, have you been eating doughnuts?”

     
  6. gary lee

    June 28, 2013 at 1:21 AM

    Chef 1776, that is too funny! At least second officer had his head about him and was very polite and professional. Driver could have been a bit more respectful with second officer, eh? Good post Alfred.

     
  7. Jethro!

    June 28, 2013 at 9:07 AM

    From personal experience I can affirm this is a trend among “officers”. Their attitude is increasingly an aggressive: YOU ARE TO OBEY THEM. And it’s mere obedience for the sake of obedience. Apparently most timidly comply. But as this video shows, it can be countered with 1) knowledge, 2) courage and 3) a willingness to question them.

    I believe the response to any purported “officer” demanding to “see your papers” is conditional compliance upon him first showing you his and what authority he has to make such a demand. Without that authority, he’s nothing more than a putz in a costume.

     
    • Jetlag

      June 28, 2013 at 10:57 AM

      Asking for knowledge, courage, and a willingness to question someone who can get away with pulling a gun on you is a tall order.

      Not one citizen in a hundred is going to make that grade.

      So, if you’re looking to actually fix this problem rather than merely talk about it as it continues to get worse due to the people’s inaction, you’re going need a more practical plan.

       
      • Jethro!

        June 28, 2013 at 11:34 AM

        Getting away with pulling a gun is a separate issue from authority to do the same.

        You may be right that not one in a hundred will “make that grade”, but that’s what this blog is about isn’t it – helping change that ratio?

        “you’re going need a more practical plan”
        What plan is more practical than the one that begins with increasing one’s knowledge and understanding?

         
      • Jetlag

        June 28, 2013 at 12:32 PM

        “Getting away with pulling a gun is a separate issue from authority to do the same.”

        In politics, the ability to get away with something trumps the authority to do it every time. Proof of this is the very existence of the problems complained about on this blog.

        “What plan is more practical than the one that begins with increasing one’s knowledge and understanding?”

        Only plans that end with effective action are practical. As far as the current problem is concerned, a practical plan will call for a significant portion of the citizenry (a necessary force in improving police behavior) to engage in activities they can be reasonably expected to undertake.

        This does not describe a plan which likely results in one-on-one confrontations with low-IQ cops who are more than willing to use their guns.

         
      • Jethro!

        June 28, 2013 at 12:57 PM

        “In politics”
        Who says this is a political problem?

        “the ability to get away with something”
        Depends on what you mean by “getting away” with it. Temporarily or temporally, perhaps. Ultimately, no.

        “Only plans that end with effective action are practical.”
        Effective plans begin with effective understanding.

        “This does not describe a plan”
        Who said this is my “plan”? I described a proper response to a demand to see “your papers” from a purported authority. See Al’s articles on the de facto officer doctrine.

        “which likely results in one-on-one confrontations with low-IQ cops who are more than willing to use their guns.”
        Anyone with fingers can use a gun on you. Whether that use is *lawful* is another matter. What do you do when someone unlawfully uses a gun on you?

         
  8. Michael

    June 29, 2013 at 9:00 PM

    I’m sorry, but the guy in the car could have handled that situation much better than he did. Sure the cop lost his cool, but I believe the guy in the car provoked the cop. The guy in the car was looking for trouble IMHO. I recommend watching the following from Eddie Craig.

     
  9. James Michael

    July 10, 2013 at 11:13 AM

    Provoked with words?… Guess the cop needs his coochie stroked. Sorry, until he has “cause” to act against me, I’m the employer, he is the employee. All you need to realize. Most men don’t like being aggressed against by ignorant thugs. Don’t care what he thinks, I care what he can prove, which is nothing….. Just shows the mindless neanderthalness of MOST cops.

     
  10. Rick

    July 12, 2013 at 11:18 AM

    Hahahahaha! Totally hilarious when that retarded cop starts yelling like a child! Priceless…

     

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