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Originally posted by largo
reply to post by LadySkadi
You don't have to be on YOUR property to have rights of passage. If there is no complaint, no No Trespassing signs, or reason to believe he was invading another's domain, WTF was the cop doing there.
Was he just in the neighborhood?
Not enough info. This is an amusement.
Originally posted by Cuhail
Since we have no proof it was the offenders property and we have no real explaination of what prompted the Trooper to actually stop there (other than his statement about walking down the Interstate), there are really no conclusions to be had from this. I dig the old man's moxie too and the cop was pretty programmed to expect instant fear from anyone he came across, but, hell, they're trained to take a control of any given situation...which he tried to....much to our entertainment.
But, that's all this video is. Entertainment.
Originally posted by Yummy Freelunch
Originally posted by defcon5
reply to post by Bedlam
Try criminal trespass…Possibly even stalking or violating a injunction, and again he also refused to follow the officers orders, which sticks even if the initial arrest was only for trespassing.
I was arrested for trespassing when I was 17, for sleeping in a cabin by the river..which wasnt mine..lol..anyway..
They TOLD me why they were arresting me, trespass..they didnt TELL me to just leave!!!!!