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“It was kind of like I was scared to open [my door],” Hampton recalled. There was “maybe five or six cops.” They had a “big SWAT truck.”“I went ahead, and I had my hands up and I put them on the window and he opened up the door and he told his friend to cover his back. Took the gun and pressed my chest with the gun,” Hampton added. Then, his sister and girlfriend got out of the
But beyond that, the person who was on their porch, that is what is disturbing, they are obviously not in a car, they are at their home and to be dragged out like that, that is what should be the thing to focus on, as it is showing a police force that is too high on its own power and that is starting to cross the line legally. If anything one can see where the police when all is said and done are going to be inundated by lawsuits, and if the police are in the wrong, then perhaps it should be more individual lawsuits and not class action, it will hurt more.
originally posted by: jimmyx
when the police went into that McDonalds, and arrested the NY times reporter, and the Huff post reporter for trespassing, I knew the police were turgid with excitement over busting some heads that night.
originally posted by: Iamthatbish
It was his aunts property and they had permission. I hope this gets thrown out of court.
A person not at their own residence after hours (private or public property) is in violation of standard curfew restrictions. Harboring a minor by an adult past curfew is a violation, too. You might consider formulating a different defense if you have one.
Took the gun and pressed my chest with the gun