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In a video shared online, Ms Waters parked her SUV and said she intervened to see what Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers were doing when they pulled a black man over.
The black Democrat told the person videoing that “they stopped a brother so I stopped to see what they [the LAPD] were doing”.
She added that police had threatened her with a ticket, and said: “They say I’m in the wrong place”
“They’re going to give me a ticket, but that’s okay, as long as I watch them,” added the congresswoman.
She was then seen walking back towards the police, as another person behind the camera says “you gotta do what you gotta do, make sure”.
Ms Walters responds with “I will”, as the video ends.
originally posted by: grey580
a reply to: StallionDuck
If you followed any of the 1st Amendment Auditors online you'd know that. It's not illegal to observe the police in while they perform their duties or film them. As long as you do not get closer than 10 feet or obstruct the police with their duties.
It's your constitutional right to do so.
originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: Vasa Croe
I was wondering that too. Could be buying some, "Mama's Liddle Helpers" before she headed back to DC? Saw the cops, knew she would get her license plate tagged by the auto system cops have, and wanted to try and cover it up by "intervening"?