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How To Piss Off A Police Officer By Knowing Your Rights

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posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 09:33 PM
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I found this video to be relevant of part of the abuse of power police officers in many countries seem to portray on many of these Youtube videos. They use to take advantage of me when I was young and naive, and they continue doing so today.

I find them to be more "Revenue Rangers" than all about "To Protect & Serve"... the public.... ...BS... so to speak. Are all of our cities and towns THAT bad off that they need to use OUR protectors to enslave and fine us to death?
/end rant


This video was very humorous to me, I thought I'd share it as it seems fairly new and probably not posted on ATS. It's short but sweet.





posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 09:37 PM
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He is probably more pissed that he can't billy club them cause of the camera. Funny though.


Deebo



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 09:47 PM
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I personally don't believe in pissin anyone off any more. But hey if it blows your skirt up go for it.
Rodney King



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 09:48 PM
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Yeah Police try to make you give away your rights in most encounters, don't fall for this. Here is a vid on handling police encounters.


edit on 19-4-2011 by rreeves5 because: fix vid



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 09:49 PM
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Cool! will give it a watch in a bit.

From my own personal experience..
and from having law enforcement, and judges in the family..

And the one thing that will piss a cop off (a bad cop) more than anything, is when an individual shows that he knows his rights, and the law.. better than the officer himself.

It makes them feel as most of them truly are..
inadequate.

I have met quite a few good officers/policemen,
But most of them have been Sheriffs , and not just municipal officers.

My brother is a sheriff, and we have 2 judges in the family..
So even if I do not care much about the law, I still absorb what I need to, to deal with these kind of cops. lol

And they do indeed hate when they realize that you know more than they, about the job they are being paid to do,
When you know more about the laws and your rights than the officer whose job it is to enforce said laws and make sure said rights are met.

Yes, They dislike it, very, very much. lol
But there is not much the can do about it... other than get pissed off, lose their minds, and do something that is against their job description, and then be reprimanded for their ignorance. .

Yeah, Not much they can do..
Except what they should have done from the beginning.. GO STUDY! (or stay pissed off and ignorant) lol



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 10:12 PM
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Umm.. sorry, but.. I don't quite get what happened here.

They simply didn't give up their ID or what? I thought you're supposed to show them ID? It seems the officer just gave up, don't see where the great victory is.



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 10:16 PM
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That's just it, you do not have to present your ID to them unless...X, Y, & Z... not going to post ALL of the legislation here, you can Google it. That is one point I was trying to make... the police take advantage of the unaware and naive to the point where you're either getting a stiff fine, or under arrest with heavier fines.
No matter what you do at their request, you're going to have to pay "something".... unless you have family in the police force. Everyone knows someone who knows how this works with off the record violations. I could tell you stories... then I'd get a visit tomorrow by the police asking what I know about what I posted. That's another story for another thread.... let the poster beware!



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 10:24 PM
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I love the part when the police officer slams the door. :3



posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 10:27 PM
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Originally posted by spikester
reply to post by JibbyJedi
 


I personally don't believe in pissin anyone off any more. But hey if it blows your skirt up go for it.
Rodney King


Who wants to piss anyone off? Anyone with half a brain that functions that is. The police & TSA don't seem to mind pissing us off. In fact, tell me anyone who seems to care about pissing US off? Take your time... I'll wait.
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posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 01:23 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi
reply to post by LiQuiD_FuSioN
 


That's just it, you do not have to present your ID to them unless...X, Y, & Z... not going to post ALL of the legislation here, you can Google it. That is one point I was trying to make... the police take advantage of the unaware and naive to the point where you're either getting a stiff fine, or under arrest with heavier fines.
No matter what you do at their request, you're going to have to pay "something".... unless you have family in the police force. Everyone knows someone who knows how this works with off the record violations. I could tell you stories... then I'd get a visit tomorrow by the police asking what I know about what I posted. That's another story for another thread.... let the poster beware!


See now I am curious. post more on this story please.

back on topic, I understand the sense of justice people are getting from this, but this will only get our rights removed even further by the powers that be. I swear there's been a trend going on ever since i saw this.


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posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 04:28 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi
reply to post by LiQuiD_FuSioN
 


That's just it, you do not have to present your ID to them unless...X, Y, & Z... not going to post ALL of the legislation here, you can Google it. That is one point I was trying to make... the police take advantage of the unaware and naive to the point where you're either getting a stiff fine, or under arrest with heavier fines.
No matter what you do at their request, you're going to have to pay "something".... unless you have family in the police force. Everyone knows someone who knows how this works with off the record violations. I could tell you stories... then I'd get a visit tomorrow by the police asking what I know about what I posted. That's another story for another thread.... let the poster beware!


Indeed.
You do not have to just give them your ID any time they ask for it or tell you to.
The police rely on the public not knowing their rights, or the laws.
So when they find someone who does know ... (and often times, knows more than the actual officer(s) )
Their ego becomes slightly bruised, and they will lash out (or not) in various ways. lol

But in a situation like this..
When an officer is dealing with someone who does know "what's up"..
The last thing that officer wants to do is freak out and lose his temper in some irrational, ignorant way..
(for his jobs sake).
Some, when they realize they are dealing with someone intelligent..
They will indeed, just give up.. because they have to, legally.
(Good thing some of them know!) lol

They love people who think .. "I thought you were just supposed to give them your ID when asked".
They thrive on you folks!
Don't let them...
Learn your rights , and the laws that govern them.

If you learn them decent enough...
You will know more than most officers you will deal with.



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 08:08 AM
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You know. Cops are people too.
Maybe a cop just had a crappy day and has just witnessed something horrific?

Why do you feel the need to be a jerk to a police officer?


I've been pulled over before with a broken tail light. I ask the guy what's up? He tells me I have a broken light. He asks for ID. I give it to him. He goes he checks and he comes back. And I go on my way.

I don't give them attitude. You won't get attitude.

My father had an awesome plaque at his store. "It's nice to be important. But it's more important to be nice."
If you follow that line of thinking it will save your ass when it needs to be saved.



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 08:14 AM
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Thought i would share this Video of similiar sittuation but here un sunny blighty!

Not sure where i orriginally saw this vid but if it has been on here (ATS) before then my appologies.



Nice post by the way thx



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 08:20 AM
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Cops also stop people on the street for no reason at all, cops tend to get bored with their job after catching so many bad guys. They are all scum just like us, but they are allowed to piss us off.



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 08:22 AM
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For one, officers are just that, officers, not lawyers.

And why are you getting into situations that involve police and need to know your rights?


Funny how people hate the police but I bet you dial 911 in an emergency.

I have learned that actually being truthful and compliant is way easier and gets me out of more tickets then being a jerk.

As for generating revenue, you really think a police department generates enough to support itself?



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by nixie_nox


And why are you getting into situations that involve police and need to know your rights?


Not eveyone who comes into contact with the police is a criminal. The police can, and do, just thrust their noses in for NO reason at all. Other than they think they have a god given right to do so. You need to be suspected of a crime of some sorts for the police to come and demand ID. Alot of people do not know this, and hand over their details when they have no need to do so. It is far better to know the law, and be prepared in uor own defense, when the nazi state sponsered pigs come and hassle you. Yeah, it pisses them off when people know the law better than they do, but that's a goodthing. Gives the ma little reality check to let them know that they're not the storm troopers they think they are, and they have laws which they have to obey too. Many police forget this, and just do what they want, to whoever they want, when ever they want. Would you rather everyone just complied, even when it's agaisnt their rights to do so? That's proper messed up.



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 09:04 AM
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When i was young, like 20, i whent to a beach party with a friend, we drank't 1 six pack of beer in a few hours...
When came time to leave, i hade a small buzz but was not drunken....

We left in my car... Ok i did an illegal pass of a car, in a double yellow line.
Next thing i know the police were in my mirror... so has soon as i saw them i began to slow down to stop.
was not even on park yet and my window was open, well i got grab'd by the cop and got drag'd out my window,
and so did my friend in the passenger seat. they broke the chain he hade on his neck.

They put me in the back of the police car, wanting me to blow in their alco test, i refused and said i wanted a lawyer, Is when the police officer said to me, you have the right to shut the f##k up, and keep quiet. wich i did.

My friend refused to identify him self, so they took him in also. When i got to the police station they put me in a small interogation room, handed me a phone book and told me to call a lawyer. so i called one of the lawyers in
that town, he told me to blow and call him in the morning..

So at this point i blew, 1,4, the first time, 1,3 the second time. they hade me for drunk driving and also dangerous
driving. I was wearing only a pair of shorts, no shoes, no shirt, no money (was in the car, that they towd away)

they just let me go... they escorted me to the door and let me go... walk't a bit then came back to police and said look i live like 50 miles away from here, i can not just leave with no shoes and no money... so they called me a cab, and gave me permission to go to my car and get my shoes and money, wich i did...

meanwhile my friend did identifie him self to the police, wich was not good enough for them, they called his mother and had her drive to the police headquarters to identifie her son.

When i go to court, they had i wonderfull storie about the arrest, said i threw a beer can from my window and it fell on the hood of their car, and that i refused to stop for them, they said they chase my car for about 2 miles...

(i kept the empty beer can in the car, did not whant to litter the beach) that is how they knew of the beer cans.

So to keep this short, i plaid guilty, lost my driving permit for two years...and i am now a criminal....

The police can do what ever they want it comes down to what ever they say.
So if you got a camera rolling do keep it rolling...
Because every thing they say is not alaways what happens and they have the law on their side wich we don't.
so keep the camera rolling....

and do go look at worldfreemansociety.org... www.abovetopsecret.com...
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posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 09:08 AM
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I have never been hassled by a police officer for no reason. And if the police in your area are profiling, racist, or corrupt, then there is a whole nother problem that can be addressed through the right avenues, and yes, they do get addressed.
Now I live in an area where the police are busy constantly. Maybe in slow areas they are bored.

Maybe they are lookign for a real criminal and by being overzealous your hindering the process. They don't have to explain their work to you anymore then you to them.

So think about that as the guy who probably just murdered someone gets stopped and doesn't have to show their ID as you advocate, and he is allowed to go on his merry way.

Like any good narcissist, you assume it is all about you.



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 09:12 AM
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This is what kills me about this argument here.

Why is this such a great victory again? Because these guys don't present ID for the sole reason that "they don't have to". BIG DEAL. Just because you don't "have to" do something doesn't mean that you should refuse to do it in every situation just to rebel against law enforcement.

Seems like more of a jerk thing to do than some kind of rebellious act of freedom.


Most law enforcement is only doing their jobs when things like this take place...it's the jerks who think they are making a point by acting stupid that cause the trouble....not the officers.



posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 09:27 AM
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Originally posted by nyk537
This is what kills me about this argument here.

Why is this such a great victory again? Because these guys don't present ID for the sole reason that "they don't have to". BIG DEAL. Just because you don't "have to" do something doesn't mean that you should refuse to do it in every situation just to rebel against law enforcement.

Seems like more of a jerk thing to do than some kind of rebellious act of freedom.


Most law enforcement is only doing their jobs when things like this take place...it's the jerks who think they are making a point by acting stupid that cause the trouble....not the officers.
So instead, when you're hassled by the police, you should just roll over and play the good little citizen, even if you believe they are abusing their powers? That's the wrong attitude to have IMO. It's not being silly, or petty, it's preventing those who have been gifted powers, from abusing them. if you think that's silly, then there's no hope for you.



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