Since when is not IDing yourself obstruction of justice? I believe the NAACP had a "know your rights" campaign with a .pdf pamphlet stating that
passengers do not have to ID themselves. They pulled the woman over for a traffic stop, got her information and it was valid. That should be the end
Any information on how the rest turned out?
I really hope this guy didn't have anything on him, and he was merely upset because of his rights being pushed, and not something else. Because Id
love to hear he stuck it to them for their behaviour.
Unless he was indeed the person they were looking for...
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