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Man pulls cop over for speeding!! ( Warning- Language )!!!

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posted on May, 29 2009 @ 03:47 PM
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Originally posted by MichaelAI
Well done that man for pulling a Cop over.

It seems that they think their perfect and clever when they do a crime when their not.

If that doesn't work they try something else on you.

Be careful what you wish for.

Don't let the idiots bring you down and beat you with experience. I mean the Cops.



Well at least we know what we are supposed to say if we get pulled over for driving 100 mph now: "What is your problem? What did I do to you?" I mean I'm certainly going to follow a cop's lead, that's what he said to the kid. Maybe the cop will just cuss me too and say "yeah you know you're scared" then I can just get back in my car and drive away. Heck that's a lot easier to take than a $180 ticket.




posted on May, 29 2009 @ 03:47 PM
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They attack people with disabilities and problems more too and arrest them than they would with somebody else for leading a normal life and going through normal experiences that normal people go through like we all do yet they can't keep somebody else in Jail long that's on Benefits with problems.

We're all #ed up cause of that.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 03:56 PM
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Never mind the rest of the video,
at the very start there is only video man saying the policeman
is speeding,maybe he is, but it is still only video mans word.
At what speed was video man doing initially to be able to estimate
the policemans speed? 10mph,60,70....
The timbre of video man in his car is vastly different to what
is heard when he is talking to the officer,I wonder why?
You can go out in the street any day and see speeders who
don't get caught,by anyone.
I wonder would he have tackled a speeder with wacky backy
oozing out of the window,and maybe dangling a gun,
I don't think so,that's a policemans job isn't it.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 04:00 PM
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This is very funny, although he could have had much more to say to the officer once he was out of the car.

But from first hand experience with Virginia Troopers, they are pretty bad.

And i think it was just last year, they increased all moving violation fines to RIDICULOUS amounts for VA residents, but they don't apply to out of state drivers.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 04:04 PM
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Originally posted by jkrog08
reply to post by Free4Ever2
 


WOW............

Nothing much more to say, I didn't know if to laugh or fear for the people on the road or the driver who wouldn't let the cop go,lol. I also think I heard the most cuss words in 8 minutes I ever have.


Then you obviously haven't seen the Southpark movie (first one if there are more.) I think the original cut had the F bomb over 1500 times. They were forced to drop it to half or something like that. LOL

However, I agree. But when I really think about it I believe I would be a bit high strung too going that fast while trying to video record. The kid probably had never gone that fast before.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 04:05 PM
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I was driving down the motorway from scotland into cumbria and a Police car zipped passed me very quickly with no lights or sirens, and I was doing 70mph, it was early in the morning with only a couple of other cars so I decided to try and play catch up, unfortunatley I maxed out at 155-160mph and he / she was still pulling away. Dunno what it was they were driving, it was an estate so possibly a Volvo T5? It was bloody quick.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 04:05 PM
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Yeah, the kid was talking a mile a minute in his car but when he got out of the car he seemed to get tongue-tied. That's alright, he did good. If I didn't know better I'd say the kid suffered a complete mild nervous breakdown during the "pursuit" but it seemed to serve as a cure for him too. His nerves were probably literally frying by the time that whole ordeal was over.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 04:15 PM
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That's a big stinkin joke, I'm sure he knows the deputy, he looked like some young punk who enjoys the role but still has a sense of humor enough to do a video with his buddy... that sure didnt look like a 100 mph when those trees were going by... something is wrong with his guage... and he needs to expand his vocabulary... or rather his vulgabulary..



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 05:38 PM
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I want 8 minuets of my life back. It was about 7 minuets of using language that i can't post and about 1 min of him talking with a cop. This was so pointless, hechases down a cop that was going faster than him just to tell him he was speeding. wow... what a revolutionary



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 05:39 PM
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[edit on 29-5-2009 by xlc sil3nce]



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 05:40 PM
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[edit on 29-5-2009 by xlc sil3nce]



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 05:42 PM
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Originally posted by searching4truth
reply to post by Choronzon
 


True I can agree with you, but I also constantly observe local law enforcement in my area constantly taking advantage of the fact they are in a squad car, from turning on lights and sirens only to not have to stop at a stop sign or red light (then turn them off immediately after they have past it) or speeding without lights or sirens. Those are also dangerous, and endanger people as well. Who do you report a police officer breaking the law to? If I call the police nothing will get done, if I write an op ed in the local paper I become a target. I enjoy that some people are taking these violations and posting them on line, perhaps if the department as a whole has some sort of embarrassement or shame brought upon them it may be enough to curtail the behavior.



I am not justifying what the police did in anyway, but as a paramedic if I am responding in a residential neighborhood at 3am I will only use my lights and siren when I go through intersections. This is to keep from waking everyone up in the 5 miles i am driving. but this only happens in residential area's late nights and early mornings. I have had partners park in red zones to get food, I understand why they do it, we have 60 seconds from the time we recieve a call to the time are wheels are moving,we get one 30 min lunch break on a 24 hour shift so sometimes options are limited. But I try to avoid it due to the public image (perception is reality). I always pay the meter if I am parking in a spot that requires you to pay. I have seen many public workers abuse the uniform unfortunately alot of police, fire, ems and public employees have a sense of entitlement. But their are plenty who do the right thing and live up to the expectations the public has. If anytime you see a public service employee you can call the said department and ask to speak to the duty chief, give him/her the time, date, location, vehicle number and a description of the event that occured. Most first time offenses result in remedial training and review of safety policies and possibly a verbal/written warning. Alot of time all it takes is one complaint to show someone that the public is holding them accountable.


Billy



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 08:39 PM
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It is about time,here where I live some of these cops use their light just to beat the traffic light.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 09:05 PM
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Do as I say......... not what I do!!
I've seen cops blow through lights, do 60 in 25mph zones make illegal U-turns, swerve to make me swerve, speed up to tailgate me late at night when im coming home from work. I dare them to pull me over because i will waste their time.
But hey, they are human, and probably got picked on when they were younger. Its all about having a gun and a power trip. Thats all.



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 09:10 PM
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Police dont have extra powers, there not allowed to go through red lights and there not allowed to speed, police are not above the law.

However because of the job they do people turn a blind eye and allow it, just as there is no law to get out of the way of a police car/ambulance with lights/sirens on it is just courtasy.

If they caused an accident because they were speeding to an emergency they can still be done just as would to a member of the public.

Plenty of police, ambulances, emergency organ/blood transfusion cars/motor bikes drivers have been taken to court for speeding, i remember a person got there license removed for speeding when they were taking a organ that was needed asap for an operation to save a life.

The video is ok however, much better without the voice over for the first 6 odd minutes...its like gordan ramsey.

P.S in Britain you would be arrested under anti terror laws for filming a police officer, very stupid.

[edit on 29-5-2009 by Concept X]



posted on May, 29 2009 @ 10:33 PM
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Originally posted by Concept X
reply to post by cautiouslypessimistic
 


Police dont have extra powers, there not allowed to go through red lights and there not allowed to speed, police are not above the law.

However because of the job they do people turn a blind eye and allow it, just as there is no law to get out of the way of a police car/ambulance with lights/sirens on it is just courtasy.

If they caused an accident because they were speeding to an emergency they can still be done just as would to a member of the public.

Plenty of police, ambulances, emergency organ/blood transfusion cars/motor bikes drivers have been taken to court for speeding, i remember a person got there license removed for speeding when they were taking a organ that was needed asap for an operation to save a life.

The video is ok however, much better without the voice over for the first 6 odd minutes...its like gordan ramsey.

P.S in Britain you would be arrested under anti terror laws for filming a police officer, very stupid.

[edit on 29-5-2009 by Concept X]


Most states have laws stating you must yield to emergency vehicles and I have seen many people cited for not doing so. But in the emergency vehicle operations course you are told that while driving with lights and sirens you are requesting the right away and it is your responsiblity to ensure you use it in a safe manor. In california any emergency vehicle driving code 3 (lights and sirens) are allowed to exceed the speed limit by 10 mph(IF SAFE). All emergency vehicles must stop before proceding through a red ligt or stop sign. Regardless of what the laws says there is also a law that states you must drive in a safe manor. Most people don't understand that when a judge is looking at an emergency response incident the driver of the emergency vehicle is almost always cited because the sole fact that an accident occured ment that the conditions were not safe. There are exceptions. Another bad one I see is emergency vehicles forcing cars into an intersection when the light is red. In paramedic school we were taught that if you are driving code 3 and crash and someone dies in this crash you will loose your license be sued and probably have criminal charges brought up againts you. Laws very from state to state but the one that seems to be universal is that you must drive in a safe manor and this one is above all of the others.

Billy



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 12:45 AM
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It's funny that the cameras are not working to catch them but it works on everybody else. When I went to court (I got a ticket in the mail)I pointed this out to the judge.Of course doing that didn't lower my fine any



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 04:09 AM
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Brilliant find, I seriously credit this guy.

He's a legend, cops often take liberties and the power can easily go to their heads. If more of us did things like this I think we'd find a MOTTO

POWER TO THE PEOPLE



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 05:39 AM
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But they weren't pulled over, I was. This was after they had a good visual on me as I past them on the road. Their lights were still on from pulling over another driver. It was like a police check point. Seems to be on the increase though most know by now why. Any day now the world will know the truth about the financial condition and then, well, after an Audit or two the Revelation will spawn a Revolution. Most of our elected officials have been compromised therefor there must be a clean house and our intelligence networks need to be thoroughly audited as well by a impartial consortium of forensic computer/network specialists. Any day now, folks.

[edit on 30-5-2009 by Perseus Apex]



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 06:51 AM
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I just found this thread and needed to add my two cents.

I don't agree with the cop for speeding excessively, especially when we found out that he wasn't responding to a call. The guy that followed him DID endanger the lives of others (as much as the officer did) for pursuing at equally excessive speeds.

Now I have to point out that it's not uncommon to see people in a position of power abuse it. People in almost every workplace do it. How many times have you had to pick up slack because your boss didn't do their job? How many times have you as a "higher-up" not done something or half-assed it because you know you can get away with it? How many times have politicians abused their power? Unfortunately the man in the video was made an officer who clearly disregards some aspects of his job description.

Don't get me wrong, in my eyes it is much worse to see a law enforcement officer, someone who has the ability to throw you in jail and should be setting an example, abuse their power. But, there is always a bad apple in the bunch. We don't live in a perfect society, and we never will. Humans are imperfect; no that's not a Biblical reference, it's called history.



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