- Just wait till the end to hear the officer’s official police report and compare with the video.
- Unreliable Narrator: Police Auditors provide a useful exercise for understanding self-serving History. We get to see the creation of official records and compare them with video. It would be interesting to conduct a wider sample of police reports to see how pervasive this phenomena is.
- The sad part is his desperation to get info; when he asked her to come with him to the front of the car he knew what he was trying to do. If you’re reading this sir, you are a very sad man. You do not represent integrity in any form or fashion. (police entrapment)
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- GST is becoming my favorite auditor. She is so calm and correct it makes it fun to watch the tyrants twist into a pretzel to justify their actions
- This cop has a lot of opinions on what she was doing , yet no laws were broken, Why does he need to mention that her conduct made others not do their job? in his report?
- The officer kept interrupting her when she tried to tell him that photography can’t be the sole reason for suspicious activity because it’s legal in public
- The cop knew early on that he was wrong, that’s when the power trip kicked in and he tried on multiple occasions to bully her into submission, fail
- The statement about the ‘FAA manager” and the “FAA command center in DC” is complete nonsense… I worked for the FAA as a radar air traffic controller for 30 years... IF the entire FAA management suddenly disappeared from the facility, we controller would never miss a single instruction call to any aircraft.. If the FAA command center in DC disappeared we would never notice… no ATC duties were even the tiniest bit “interfered” with..
- This whole “See Something Say Something” mentality in this day and age! Granite State has provided proof that these tyrants lie through their teeth all the time. Turning legal activity into a crime is their mindset! Thanks SJVT for bringing this to your channel!
- Everything he referred to about trespassing was nothing to do with your video taping…you were abiding by the law. This villain twisted and turned and tried jamming you up with his corrupt actions. He was a sneak and a dishonest cop with no integrity.
- All he is accomplishing is proving his ignorance of the law. How embarrassing it must be to him when he started realizing she knew more about the law then he did and he is supposed to be law enforcement!
- I’m sure she certainly appreciated being told something she already knew and had already taught you! Just saying. This video is little more than halfway over but I know he’s going to do some cop speak to explain why he was screwing up so bad And then give her some kind of order about staying off the property or don’t go into the street and Impede traffic or for safety reasons!
- She did not force the cops to come out and investigate illegal activity. Talk about escalating something into more than what it actually should’ve been!
- So she didn’t meet the requirements for trespass, per the officer.
- He crawled back under his stone once you stood your ground. Excellent vid. This creep realised his error and tried to smooth it out with you. Great exposure of a villain who no doubt has committed similar acts of oath breaking. His ‘report’ about this ‘incident’ was pure paranoia and BS. They are strong against the weak, and weak against the strong. Stay strong. Stay safe.
- He was most certainly trying to cover up how stupid she made him look! She was trying to keep from being followed by a Little boy that got his feelings hurt! Why would anybody in the world want to be followed home whether it’s a cop or not? Tell me if this sounds familiar? “In this day and age “ you never know what kind of person it is that’s trying to follow you whether they’re in uniform or not. If you’re a female you have to be suspicious of anyone that’s following you when they have absolutely no reason to do so. You were stalking her and trying to get all her information because she hurt your feelings and you wanted to get eve
- She is amazing! I love how she is so calm and reserve. Good follow up to her video.
- A more or less realistic example of of your basic cop unable to process the fact that the photographer is exercising a right guaranteed by the same Constitution the cop swore to uphold…
- “Trespass” the go to charge of the day. “Get back for my safety” the catch phrase. “Stop resisting stop resisting”. The battle cry.
- Between Granite State Transparency in Massachusetts and Auditing America in Rhode Island.it seems the cops up there are most tyrant-like..it seems to be a whole different level in New England..scary.
- You would be acting oddly if you were being stalked by an armed man.
- I would love to see you guys get more organized. More like a large entity, like the police or organized crime. So it’s not one against a bunch of cops and the system. Be in groups, have lawyers on standby, have a fund that all of you pay into to help the ones that get arrested, have the laws in hand and high lighted for the purpose of education. I could go on. Get professional and actually make a difference. At this point they don’t fear you guys at all. I would love for you to respond back to me and tell me what you think. Thanks
- Damn. This cop needs to be a writer. He can spin quite a story. He was doing his best to make you seem crazy .
- What law is it so it’s a “federal law” I just told you. Lol. But why don’t you tell me exactly which federal law it is the one with numbers. He’s the one interrupting. A real lawyer would tear this officers report apart into shreds I love how he’s trying to make himself look good in the report like he’s doing everything quote on quote by the book. Oh poor baby his life is so hard. Well nobody told her to leave and she had yet to actually enter the property. She has to have actually been inside the fence in order for that to work. Yeah watching this having a lawsuit would be probably easy because this cop clearly as fishing for anything he can get his hands on to arrest her and so far he’s having trouble finding anything mostly because she knows what she’s talking about and he doesn’t have a clue what she’s talking about. He did a double investigation. I’d be sueing the company for trying to illegally aquire my name
- As a United States Marine that fought for the freedoms we enjoy and Vietnam corpsman father fought before me this is Despicable when you take a position as a cop to Serve and Protect not act like you’re a lawyer or Gestapo thank God there’s young people like these people in the world bringing to light the blue corruption about time way2go New Generation the world is in good hands keep up the great work Semper Fi oorah
- Well thanks to this cop we all now know exactly what goes on behind the fence. This information is now common knowledge to the criminal/terrorist community and its all thanks to an ignorant security guard and an equally ignorant, officious, over zealous cop who, who had he educated himself in the law, would not have needed to respond to the call in the first place.
- If police would simply avoid confronting people who aren’t breaking the law no “disturbance” would be created. In this scenario the police and the complainant are the public disturbance, not the auditor.
- Cop: “I don’t want to set you up for failure”. Salem witch hunt here.
- When an officer says they are trying to figure it out that means they don’t know the law and they are going to try to trump up something
- When I seen the clip from CT3 I knew I had seen the video before, I didn’t realize it was that long ago. I was a creeped out then as seeing again today. That was completely incompetent, didn’t hold knowledge of basic laws that everybody should (ie the constitution, trespass, public easement, ID requirements) and a few others, but seeing that report is even scarier than what I saw in the video. He he will lie to that extent over someone taking pictures from a sidewalk, I can only imagine a case where there is actual crime. He will turn a trespasser into a murderer. I think that would constitute immediate separation from any position granting limited authority. I better never see him in Disney World with a camera, I’m calling the police… Lol
- Yes, he stalked her at 18:01 by order of the government…
- always waive your rights on request and everything will be ok
- There is no Federal law that pertains to photographing Federal facilities from public property…total bs by the police who haven’t been properly trained in dealing with these types of situations.
- Too many law enforcement officers don’t know the laws they are paid very well to uphold
- If you can’t hold up a book you should not be a police officer.
- Notice the power lines directly overhead indicating a public easement you have 20 minutes while detained to either arrest me and charge me or let me go!
- “An officer cannot expand the scope of a stop to investigate other suspected illegal acitivity”, why don’t you read the rest of the law -> “…unless the…”?
- I believe the first man who came up to the gate trying to get her ID was indeed a security guard, why else would he have walked away & said he’ll get the police if he was indeed “with the police force”???
- it’s a felony for a security guard to make someone think that he’s a police officer by saying what does it look like when someone asks him if he’s a police officer.
- The no trespassing sign is valid from the surface of the sign and fencing backwards, not forwards. In back of the sign it would be trespassing.
- Rarely people end up being paid as part of their job to do what they most desire: playing baseball, travel, eating, watching movies. Cop work is unique in that a vast number of people end up being paid to indulge in their desire to mislead, intimidate, physically abuse, lie, and even kill or all of the above.
- Gotta love his passive aggressive behavior. Acting like your friend to violate your rights
- Once again, another officer who thinks that “suspicious activity” is enough to detain someone. They are trained that they need “RAS” (reasonable articulable suspicion) to detain, when it’s really reasonable articulable suspicion OF A CRIME. Maybe we need to start FOIA requesting police training materials so we can petition them to change RAS to RASOAC.
- It is so embarrassing that this officer had no clue about the laws and what he was talking about. Officer Weiss was making up nonsense about “security issues” with FAA in his report. She did not cross the fence at any time during the course of her footage, therefore there was no “crimal trespass” or evidence of criminal activity solely by filming the outside of a government facility. She was not required to provide an ID if there is no evidence of criminal activity present. He is only trying to save face after being embarrassed of his lack of basic knowledge law and police procedure. He gets a “F” for his performance. This would be a complaint case against the officer of possible misconduct and falsification of official documents that would fall on my desk when I was in Internal Affairs. – Sgt. D. Brown, (ret.) – Denver Sheriff’s Department
- Fences are built to enclose property… if you’re going to lay claim to ground that is OUTSIDE that fence… then you need to move the fence. . Also… If it’s possible to conduct reconnaissance from outside the fence… then you need to build a wall.
- Let’s face it, if someone was doing recon or casing the joint, you would not see the camera. Can’t people see a setup? Setup may be the wrong word to use, but I hope you get the general idea.
- I have an idea…how bout cops start carrying lawn chairs in their trunks, that way the person they’ve detained for nothing can sit down while they search their law books looking for something that they can say you did wrong!
- “Show ID if you didn’t do anything wrong”….. well why not make LEOs personnel files public if they are not doing anything wrong.
- So many lies on an official report. Nothing this cops says or does should ever be believed. The only thing he should be allowed to ask people in the future is “Would you like fries with that?”
- This video demonstrates why we shouldn’t talk to police and that we should record everything. They will write reports full of lies.
- Police do not need to know law abiding citizens names or other personal information. It’s NONE OF THEIR BUSINESS.
- The whole report was one lie on top of another. At end of report he states it was raining? Girls video shows overcast skies but I don’t see any rain.
- so this is the comment I make when I watch all these videos. We can draw two conclusions. 1 over and over and over the police officers don’t know the law. Making them incompetent to hold the job. Or they do know the law and they’re doing it on purpose, making their actions a criminal act. Prosecutable by the federal, RICO statute. So which is it, incompetent or Criminal? Or both?
- This officer proves they teach NOTHING in the academy about real law or how to search for real laws if they need to.
- Did the security guard really just say that! “it’s a special law” . . .
- If there are any law enforcement dispatch people out there please please do not send law enforcement officers to complaints like this they are unfounded and their fears are unrealistic. People with cameras are not criminals it’s time that this vicious cycle be done away with. Please just inform the caller that they are not to interfere or restrict in any way a Citizens First Amendment right to photograph in public thank you
- have you ever seen such a pathetic example of back pedaling? this cop is a laughing stock.
- She should have asked the cop if he had the permission of the property owner to park and or loiter on their property…….
- Long is wrong. Never get in to debates with cops and other busybodies. “I’m taking pictures in public, have a nice day (or kick rocks).” And shut up and shut up some more. Once your legal status is (quickly) expressed, nothing more needs to be said. The longer you talk, the weaker your position becomes. Do not ever fill an awkward silence, let it be awkward for the cops, not you. When you’re in the right you don’t have to explain yourself. Keep recording everything. If you’re touched, you have a claim for battery. Also, bottom-line. Don’t even take up auditing w/o being prepared to be arrested. If you do everything right and are arrested, you have recourse. If you do it wrong, you have made things bad for yourself and the entire 1A auditing movement.
- They can’t keep you no more then a few minutes anything over 25 mins is illegal
- I’d would be one thing if they were just asking ur name but when they ID u they run u thru the system which even if it comes back clean ur name gets put into a database that shows when where and why u just had ur ID ran, no thank you
- Aw come on security guards have to know by now about how much authority they have outside the boundary over which they have guardianship. and the police are proving that the courts are right . the police don’t have to have any intelligence.! Even I know that no trespassing means beyond the sign.on the land behind the fence and i haven’t been to police academy. He proves he can read badly but comprhension is obviously beyond his tiny brain. and criminal tresspass means she has to do something wrong any way. pleasre say police are being trained better than this bumbler who is also prone to conspracy theories.! And he then became a stalker my goodness he is so desperate for some excitement in his life. Please put your citizens out of suspense and allocate the shiny boots, the armbands with ss on them and their “papers” !
- Walking down a public easement with a camera and no guns or weapons and stop by armed man .
- This cop had no idea what to do because he didn’t know the law. He didn’t even know what an easement was…..POS..
- She did NOT pull them away from their duty’s, the cop did.
- I’m a cop but wait I’ll have the cops here in a minute.
- He said enclosed by a fence! The grassed area is not fenced!
- Seems he got upset he had to read something, seems to not enjoy reading.
- She is on the EASEMENT !!!!! Full stop.
Officer Costs The City $75,000 Over Racial Profiling
- A look into the officer’s past stops show that he disproportionately targeted blacks. (see video)
- These 2 handled that perfectly…. That officer was definitely reaching for absolutely anything he could charge them on although they did absolutely nothing illegal and there was no real reason for the traffic stop to begin with…. This was absolutely a case of a racist officer profiling these 2 innocent citizens
- This cop really made up that they stole the car, smoked weed in it, and had a gun all at once….
- I’m amazed the young men handled it so well without showing anger. I was pissed just watching the blatant injustice. I’m sorry they had to deal with that crap.
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- The passenger is my Son. It’s unfortunate that in the 21st century, we’re still dealing with this. Know your rights, remain silent. This was a horrible experience for both of these 2 young men that weren’t the criminals in this incident. Even more unfortunate is our Son is on his 2nd lawsuit against the DMPD. They love to intrap our young Black men here in Des Moines. I’m praying he wins that one too. I say speed of the leader speed of the group, if that tells you anything about the Police Chief, that refuses to meet with certain members of the Black community with I find deplorable.
- The fact that this cop knows how to manipulate his body cam and mic in such a subtle and subversive way speaks volumes…
- “your buddy is giving me the idea he has a gun” jesus christ this cop is dangerous
- ” I think your buddy has a gun, so I’m going to leave my partner alone with him.” – This officer’s logic
- I’m a lawyer. I’m incredibly impressed with the many videos you have made. In this one, you calmly and rationally demonstrate that the only reason for this stop was racial profiling. You are performing a great service. I’m happy to see so many thousands of comments on your videos. You are making a positive impact on our society.
- Let’s forget this officer, can we talk about how well this kid handled him? He did it almost perfectly. Well done kid, this is a great example.
- “Your heart is thumping dude.” Yeah “dude” because you’re a white cop harassing two young black men who know they are completely at your mercy.
- That victim was more polite and mature than that officer could ever hope to be.
- The detained citizen did a great job! He remained professional, calm, and de-escalated the situation while calming down the police officer.
- Gotta love the whole “your heart is pounding…why is that” crap. “Uh, bc I just got pulled out of my car, handcuffed, and the officer keeps saying we have a gun, when we don’t.” He’s afraid he’s going to, at best, be arrested for nothing and, at worst, be shot.
- When he handed the cop the key to innocently explain how it turns on and the cop puts it on the roof, you can see in his eyes he knows the cop is trying shit
- That “police man” is a perfect example of what we don’t want in our police, an a extreme example of why pot is legal in more and more places, money, these “public servers” belong in prison
- That cop is dangerously manipulative. he should have NO positions of authority.
- What really gets me is these cops know they have on body cameras everything’s being taped and they still are under the impression that everything they’re doing is okay
- The scariest part of this video is where he wants to get this kid to admit to something that he didn’t do JUST to cover his own tracks. Good job not giving him the satisfaction little bro….
- Guy walks up to the car and has already decided there’s a gun, marijuana, and that it’s stolen… Yeah definitely no racial profiling going on here.
- Black guy: doing exactly what the cop is asking him to do Cop: “I dont know why you’re doing that but you need to knock it off.”2:35 , that eyeroll is a mood. This citizen 100% deserved that money just over that disrespect alone.
- This actually made me feel scared for that young man. The audacity of the cop…the immediate false assumption about the friend having a gun, then that power tripping he was doing as he made the young man get out of his car…this harassment from the cop could have gone so badly
- “Stop flexing, stop doing that”, when the camera is filming him standing perfectly still. Does he think it will change the footage by saying what he wants to happen?
- You can obviously see that the guy isn’t resisting at all when the officer cuffs him, yet the officer says “why are you pulling, man?” So it makes it seem like he was resisting. Corrupt cops smh
- @teiasoserevi Officers say that BS on camera so they can use it in court later. 100% Facts
- And a lot of the time police think its ok to shoot because they suspect the person is “resisting”
- This guy needs to be fired. He’s wayyyyy too scared to be a cop.
- I just want to thank you for making a channel like this one. This happens to my brothers all the time. Thanks for sharing this. I am learning so much from this channel.
- This cop is just saying stuff like “stop pulling”, “what are you doing?” JUST so he can have it on record that the kid MAY have resisted in case he wants to escalate the situation at any point. This stop was pure harassment and an attempt to ensnare these two kids.
- “You not under arrest” says as he puts handcuffs on and pulls his pants off. Is this legal?!
- It bugs me how they justify fear when they have guns, and imply their afraid of the people they harass.
- I’m honestly so glad I live in Europe, I’ve seen countless situations like these in the states and sadly not all of them end well. I know if I was in the situation this dude was in I would have been nowhere near as calm and tolerant to the cop’s bullshit. Props to the guy tho for keeping his cool I couldn’t have done the same.
- It’s sad that DWB is actually a thing. These kinds of cops need to be rooted out if there is to be any kind of real improvement in the relationship between citizens and the police.
- The abuse of authority and the arbitrary arrest is flagrant. That is to say that suspect or not, he had already decided to arrest him.
- This went from stolen car, shake on the ground, to a gun in the car. Like the level of escalation. I am glad they are still alive.
- I’m so glad a law was just passed in philly to stop police from making traffic stops like this one, hopefully it spreads across the country
Trump’s New Strategy for Responding to Robert Mueller
they are pursuing a fresh line of attack in public, shifting from proclaiming the president’s innocence to attempting to undermine the probe itself.
.. Giuliani tried to filibuster Cuomo from playing an old video clip where he contradicted his own comments from 1998 about whether the president can be subpoenaed.
.. Giuliani previously said that he’d negotiate an end to the probe within a week or two, which didn’t happen, and the president said he was wrong about some aspects of a reimbursement to former fixer Michael Cohen. But Giuliani’s remarks make clear that far from ruling out an interview, the president’s team continues to work toward a meeting with Mueller.
.. it was only two months ago that Trump first singled Mueller out by name in a tweet.
.. The new strategy, particularly as demonstrated by Giuliani on CNN, follows three prongs.
- First, impugn the investigators themselves.
- Second, argue that the investigation was tainted from the start.
- Third, argue that Mueller cannot indict Trump anyway.
.. The Cobb-Dowd strategy began with the assumption that Trump had nothing to hide. The new strategy, however, seems to take as its premise that Trump is guilty of at least something.
Mueller, a lifelong Republican who has served presidents of both parties, is a tougher case to make, so Trump has simply lied, claiming for example that Mueller worked for Barack Obama for eight years. Mueller was FBI director for nearly five years under Obama, having been appointed by George W. Bush... Giuliani, for his part, has referred to officials in the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York, both of which he praised in the recent past, as “storm troopers.”.. They argue that the fact that the FBI was investigating Trump as far back as 2016 shows not only political motivation, but also that there is nothing to investigate... The setting of arbitrary timelines is a common motif. Trump has repeatedly said there is no evidence of collusion, even as two of his former aides have pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about contacts with the Russians, and despite the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between a Russian lawyer, Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, Paul Manafort, and others. Giuliani on Friday charged that Mueller’s probe “$20 million later has come up with nothing,” when in fact the investigation has been unusually prolific.
.. It may or may not be true that DOJ placed a spy in the Trump campaign, but there’s no public evidence for it. Someone inside informing the FBI about goings-on is not the same as the Justice Department sending someone under cover. Nor is it scandalous for law enforcement to use legal methods to investigate possible crimes... We’ve heard this again and again. First, Trump claimed that Obama had “tapped” Trump’s “wires” during the campaign. This remark turned out to be nonsense, the result of a game of speculation in conservative media. Trump’s Justice Department said it was not true. Later, when it became clear that Manafort had been surveilled, some of Trump’s defenders claimed it vindicated his wiretap claim, which it did not, as I explained at the time. That’s a good reason to take the most recent claims skeptically, too. When Cuomo pointed out that Trump has often said false things, Giuliani blustered, “That’s a disgraceful comment about the president of the United States.” But he didn’t say Cuomo was wrong... if anyone did commit crimes, they were being entrapped and led into crimes by DOJ infiltrators who sought to take down Trump’s campaign... One doesn’t talk about whether or not one’s client can be indicted unless one believes that one’s client is likely to have committed some indictable crime. But the presumption of guilt has increasingly suffused the message of Trump defenders over the last month. It also surges through repeated warnings from Trump allies that Mueller might try to catch the president in a “perjury trap,” as though Trump could not avoid that by telling the truth... The president appreciates aggressive media responses, and Giuliani is to a certain extent just aping the president’s own words.
s A woman approached The Post with dramatic — and false — tale about Roy Moore. She appears to be part of undercover sting operation.
A woman who falsely claimed to The Washington Post that Roy Moore, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Alabama, impregnated her as a teenager appears to work with an organization that uses deceptive tactics to secretly record conversations in an effort to embarrass its targets.
In a series of interviews over two weeks, the woman shared a dramatic story about an alleged sexual relationship with Moore in 1992 that led to an abortion when she was 15. During the interviews, she repeatedly pressed Post reporters to give their opinions on the effects that her claims could have on Moore’s candidacy if she went public.
.. The organization sets up undercover “stings” that involve using false cover stories and covert video recordings meant to expose what the group says is media bias.
.. O’Keefe declined to answer repeated questions about whether the woman was employed at Project Veritas. He also did not respond when asked if he was working with Moore, former White House adviser and Moore supporter Stephen K. Bannon, or Republican strategists.
.. After Phillips was observed entering the Project Veritas office, The Post made the unusual decision to report her previous off-the-record comments.
“We always honor ‘off-the-record’ agreements when they’re entered into in good faith,” said Martin Baron, The Post’s executive editor. “But this so-called off-the-record conversation was the essence of a scheme to deceive and embarrass us. The intent by Project Veritas clearly was to publicize the conversation if we fell for the trap. Because of our customary journalistic rigor, we weren’t fooled, and we can’t honor an ‘off-the-record’ agreement that was solicited in maliciously bad faith.”
.. That same day, Gateway Pundit, a conservative site, spread a false story from a Twitter account, @umpire43, that said, “A family friend in Alabama just told my wife that a WAPO reporter named Beth offer her 1000$ to accuse Roy Moore.” The Twitter account, which has a history of spreading misinformation, has since been deleted.
.. Nov. 14, a pastor in Alabama said he received a voice mail from a man falsely claiming to be a Post reporter and seeking women “willing to make damaging remarks” about Moore for money. No one associated with The Post made any such call.
.. When Reinhard suggested bringing another reporter, Phillips wrote, “I’m not really comfortable with anyone else being there this time.”
.. Phillips also repeatedly asked the reporter to guarantee her that Moore would lose the election if she came forward. Reinhard told her in a subsequent text message that she could not predict what the impact would be. Reinhard said she also explained to Phillips that her claims would have to be fact-checked. Additionally, Reinhard asked her for documents that would corroborate or support her story.
.. Phillips had said she lived in Alabama only for a summer while a teenager, but the cellphone number Phillips provided had an Alabama area code.
Reinhard called NFM Lending in Westchester County, but they said a person named Jaime Phillips did not work there.
.. Also working at Veritas is former television producer Robert J. Halderman, who was sentenced to six months in jail in 2010 after he was accused of trying to blackmail late-night host David Letterman.
.. When McCrummen put her purse near Phillips’s purse to block a possible camera, Phillips moved hers.
.. Phillips said she didn’t want to get into the details of what she had said happened between her and Moore.
.. When asked who at the Daily Caller interviewed her, Phillips said, “Kathy,” pausing before adding the last name, “Johnson.”
Paul Conner, executive editor of the Daily Caller, said Monday that no one with the name Kathy Johnson works for the publication and that he has no record of having personally interviewed Phillips
.. As the interview ended, Phillips told McCrummen she was not recording the conversation.
“I think I probably just want to cancel and not go through with it at this point,”
.. “I’m not going to answer any more questions,” she said. “I think I’m just going to go.”
.. By 7 p.m. the message on the GoFundMe page was gone, replaced by a new one.
“Campaign is complete and no longer active,” it read.