Man Arrested For Drinking Ice Tea in Parking Lot

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posted on May, 4 2013 @ 11:25 AM
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heard this guy's story on Infowars, good thing his friend filmed it. The out of control fascist cop who threw him to the ground should AT THE MINIMUM be thrown off the force.

Where do you clowns get off thinking you can just harass and arrest anyone you meet? That makes you nothing but criminals in front of the world.




posted on May, 4 2013 @ 12:35 PM
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LOL. I think the U.S is the only country you could get arrested for drinking alcohol in public. But walking around with full-automatic assault riffles is legal
Crazy country.



posted on May, 4 2013 @ 02:05 PM
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Originally posted by Spartanian
reply to post by WaterBottle
 


LOL. I think the U.S is the only country you could get arrested for drinking alcohol in public. But walking around with full-automatic assault riffles is legal
Crazy country.


That's not quite true, they have controlled areas here, usually town centres and the like simply because some people don't know how to conduct themselves, but not everywhere. I agree the gun thing is OTT.
The excuses made for the 'cop' conduct are just as asinine, even one poster implied if he didn't get done for one thing then there would be some other 'reason' which is just vindictive. The trespass thing was such vindictiveness, even the guys filming had a car parked and he didn't go after them or the other people standing around talking and filming, for either trespass or loitering blah blah, never mind the happy drunk. That 'cop' was full of crap.
I guess the people stateside will need to go down the road of the Russian motorists who film everything now.



posted on May, 4 2013 @ 02:50 PM
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Does this .........is this even real?
I smell something here and it aint roses



posted on May, 4 2013 @ 03:23 PM
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Originally posted by kimish
OK, bs. How hard is it to put alcohol into an open can?? Not hard at all. To my knowledge carrying an open alcohol container in public is illegal. All that X had to do was let the officer smell the can. Instead he was defiant. This is why many people get arrested for petty stuff, they're stupid and try pressing their luck.
Chances are that X has a rap sheet as long as his leg too. SMh.

ETA: Arizona tea is also popular in many subcultures. Codeine (illegal without prescription/or illegal to abuse) is used in the tea. OP< I know you are aware of this so stop the race baiting.



posted on May, 4 2013 @ 03:42 PM
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Originally posted by kimish
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The point was, why are they filming it to begin with? It's like they're egging the police on. They're instigating something to happen.


Not sure if this has been pointed out, but the guy in the video is a rapper. A lot of musical artist have stock footage of themselves to use in music videos.

Though I do wonder what your reaction would be if the men were white.



posted on May, 4 2013 @ 06:33 PM
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Originally posted by lucidclouds

Originally posted by kimish
reply to post by captaintyinknots
 


The point was, why are they filming it to begin with? It's like they're egging the police on. They're instigating something to happen.


Not sure if this has been pointed out, but the guy in the video is a rapper. A lot of musical artist have stock footage of themselves to use in music videos.

Though I do wonder what your reaction would be if the men were white.


There's no need to explain to kimish why they were filming, that was going on before constable Plod came on the scene and makes kimish's statement nonsense. kimish should really have been asking why are police so out of control, like in slugworth's 'granny' video where a big fatty tasered her because she would not obey the command, "GET ON THE GROUND NOW".. the reason for that command? because she put her old granny hand on him, and as embarrassingly explained by big fatty's superior, he was within his rights to do so=that's okay then, (he didn't mention that the cop said he would taser her again), but you can hear him say that anyway. There is no reflection on that she could have been kiiled by the taser, or even falling to the ground, all that matters is that big fatty was within his rights?? Seems to me that although everybody has 'rights' the only ones that work are those for the lawmen.



posted on May, 4 2013 @ 08:32 PM
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Originally posted by IntrinsicMotivation
I just arrived at work and cannot post what I would like to from my phone. I will post a video of another man who on more than one occasion is trespassing in Fayetteville yet the police do nothing to the man. I surely hope it was not because of his skin color.

The videos I am talking about are of a man trespassing at Fayetteville Tech Community College trying to preach religion to the students walking to their next class.

If anyone knows the video feel free to post it. If not I will add it as soon as I get back to my computer.

edit on 4-5-2013 by IntrinsicMotivation because: Added video


I don't know why it is not linking the right video. There is 6 more minutes to this where police show up. Go to this mans yt page to see the rest until I can get back home and fix this.
edit on 4-5-2013 by IntrinsicMotivation because: Video is missing 6 minutes of film.


Did everyone see that this man was treated completly different?

This is not a one time event either. His page contains similar videos.

Why was he not thrown to the ground and arrested?

That is the real question to those who have defended the actions of the ABC officer in this thread.

Same city, in fact, this is about 1 mile away from the area that "X" was arrested.
edit on 4-5-2013 by IntrinsicMotivation because: grammer



posted on May, 4 2013 @ 08:45 PM
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Let’s hear what Dave Chappelle has to say on this subject.

Even though he is making fun of this subject, there is truth to it.




posted on May, 4 2013 @ 09:23 PM
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He thinks it's half ice tea and half alcohol, believes what he is thinking and then arrest the guy over it, that guy probably will lose his job and get sued over a false arrest on the assumption that he is drinking alcohol.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 12:45 PM
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Originally posted by IntrinsicMotivation
reply to post by Nicks87
 


No they do not assume anything. They prefer the term “Presume” or “Presumption of Law”

For example, “I presume your parents taught you the law.”

Here is the fallacy of this in the definition of the word:
pre•sume
/priˈzo͞om/
Verb
1.Suppose that something is the case on the basis of probability: "I presumed that the man had been escorted from the building".
2.Take for granted that something exists or is the case.
3.To suppose to be true without proof.

Synonyms
suppose - assume - guess - conjecture - imagine - surmise

If my parents were not taught the law in its entirety, then how can they pass on that which they do not know?

I have had a judge tell me those exact words “ignorance of the law is no excuse.”

We are only ignorant because that is how they want us!!!

If we were all on point, then the cash cow that is the judicial system would cease to exist.

While I agree with what you wrote, you still fall victim to the system because you place blame on a certain side. Left-Right Right-Left. Flip a coin to see if it lands on Heads or Tails; do this multiple times and guess what? They are still both a part of the same coin!

To blame one you must blame the other for they are one and the same.

In court if you cannot afford an attorney, they will appoint one for you. But do you want this court appointed attorney who is buddies with the DA representing you? I hope not. These are the same people who are supposed to be protecting your rights yet the only thing they want you to do is cop a plea bargain. Later that day Public Pretender and DA go knock down some drinks and play a round of golf. SMH!

Two different sides of the same coin!
edit on 3-5-2013 by IntrinsicMotivation because: Bolded #3 of the definition of presume


I agree I just said left because thats the way the pendulum has swung recently but the right side is just as wrong and just as guilty of dumbing people down to control them, they just do it in a different way.

I am a libertarian but I tend to go more conservative because I'm Christian, pro-2nd amendment and I think people should work for what they have not just sit and collect handouts.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 12:55 PM
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Originally posted by neilarm
They should have mentioned that the sun was going down, it's common knowledge that black people are not allowed to be outside after sunset, this is because after dark black men often become sexually enraged at the sight of white women and typically go into a frenzy where they begin raping white women uncontrollably.



I thought weed caused that? That's why it's illegal.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 02:40 PM
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I am only posting this because I have not seen it here yet.

This is an interview with the man who recorded the action.

Here is the InfoWars interview, but don’t get all bent out of shape, I know Alex Jones isn’t highly accepted on this site. Below you will find another interview on RT news.




I am trying to get people together in Fayetteville to protest outside the court on June 6th in support of “Xstrav” aka Christopher Beatty. If you are in the area, your support is welcome.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 02:47 PM
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If there is still any LEO’s reading this, here is another prime example of why people do not trust you.



I don’t feel I should have to post similar videos because they are easy to find if you look for them.

Once again we are supposed to comply while you all feel you can do as you please.

By the way, I have been denied the badge number upon requesting it, I wonder why?

*rasies hand* "Pick me, Pick me! I Know!!!"

It is because the officer knows that they were in the wrong!!!


Edit-

I don’t want you to think I am cop bashing so I will restate how I feel.

It is not “we the people” who you should be mad at for voicing our words.

It is your own brothers and sisters who swore the same oath as you that are causing this.

Do not stand by their side, if you do, you do not side with “us”!!!

edit on 6-5-2013 by IntrinsicMotivation because: Added to the post



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 06:04 PM
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It's really amazing the number of people on here who believes the "cop" was in the right to harass and arrest the civilian. The cop was clearly in the wrong AND no, people, this was not staged or fake in any way.

Black people face this sort of treatment every day in the USA by all cops, regardless if the cops are black, white, brown or otherwise. It's just a lack of respect towards a certain group of people, which is very sad. I recall a time as a teenager walking home around midnight from work (McDonalds) and having the cops almost execute me. They shone a flashlight in my face from a distance and said they were going to "shoot my black ass" if I didn't raise my hands and stop walking. Even though I had on my McDonalds uniform they claimed someone had robbed a local 7-Eleven store and they were looking for the perpetrator. Needless to say, my mom and I filed charges against the officers the following day.

I have dozens of horror stories about cops involving family, friends, acquaintances, etc but the fact of the matter is blacks are disproportionately targeted by cops for just about any reason in the USA.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by Spartanian
reply to post by WaterBottle
 


LOL. I think the U.S is the only country you could get arrested for drinking alcohol in public. But walking around with full-automatic assault riffles is legal
Crazy country.



So, carry your AK-47 in your left hand, and your can of beer in your right hand. See if any cops bother you!



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 10:18 PM
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Originally posted by Jaellma
It's really amazing the number of people on here who believes the "cop" was in the right to harass and arrest the civilian. The cop was clearly in the wrong AND no, people, this was not staged or fake in any way.


I don't say the cop was right. I say the cop was brave. There are some Americans who would readily put a bullet in the cop for attempting to take away their rights. So, he's got to know who to pick on. it takes guts. Cops have ended up dead, simply pulling over the wrong guy on the freeway. So, it's a dangerous job, however you look at it. No cop should pick on a citizen unless he absolutely must. He can never tell which type of person he'll encounter today. So, either its all staged, or the cop is stupid or brave. Could be he just enjoys the rush, of taking down a strong guy, with odds against him, to prove his machoness. Some patriots will defend their constitutional rights on the spot, with extreme prejudice. So, I give the cop credit, because no right minded person would put his life at risk to do an obviously wrong thing. Where was his backup? He's facing down overwhelming odds. If these guys decided to fight back, he couldn't arrest anyone. Yet, he succeeded. Amazing.

That's why, I take my hat of to that cop.

The only rights you have, are the rights you're willing to defend. If you're not going to protect the constitution yourself, you shouldn't expect others to protect it for you. You can't complain if others violate your rights, while you sit on your hands and do nothing.

The constitution is just a bunch of words on paper. It comes to life, and attains meaning, only when the citizen acts on his understanding of the law.

The cop simply said to himself, these guys are ignorant, and don't know their constitution, so I can deny them their rights at will. They are too lazy to do anything about it, and here is my opportunity to make an arrest, look good to my department, and get closer to that promotion to captain.

No cop passes up the opportunity to make an arrest, when it presents itself, because that's how he gets promoted, and gets his salary increases.

The reason for arrest doesn't matter. The trick is not to arrest, or attempt to arrest the wrong type of person.

Don't try to arrest Donald Trump. He'll get you fired from the job. He's done it many times.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 10:31 PM
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When I was a teen I was pulled over and searched by cops because I was in a black neighborhood. I was on my way to a friend's house, but the cops assumed the only possible reason for a white kid to be in that neighborhood was to buy drugs. They actually laughed when I said I was visiting a friend. It was unbelievable to them that I had a friend in that area who was not a drug dealer. They did a VERY thorough search of my body, my vehicle, and even searched the surrounding area with flash lights because they were sure I must have tossed something out the _ They gave me this big speech about how I was going to get killed in "this kind of neighborhood" they let me go. They tailed me all the way to my buddy's house, and spent the next few hours slowly cruising past the house, stopping in front of it and staring for a bit, and a few times shining their spotter at us. When I left the house they pulled me over again, assuming that I had purchased drugs while in the house. They did the whole search over again.

At the time we laughed about it because didn't understand the importance of what was happening. They had no interest in protecting me from a "bad neighborhood". If they were worried about that they would have been out finding a real criminal, which would have been easy given the area we were in, instead of driving up the same residential street 30 times. In retrospect, and knowing what I know now, I'm pretty sure they just wanted to steal some drugs.

Even as a white kid I was a victim of racist police, and witnessed it first hand. They didn't even try to hide the way they felt. They were very clear that they did not think someone of my skin color belonged in a neighborhood where most of the residents were a different color. After that experience I have never doubted the plausibility of another person's claim that they were harassed by cops because of their melanin levels.



posted on May, 7 2013 @ 01:37 AM
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See, if he wasn't acting like a bad ass around his homey's, he would have openly handed over the can and said, 'I have nothing to hide', but he didn't, he acted sneaky to keep up his hardcore demeanor around his boys.

Is he guilty of drinking alcohol in public? No

Is he guilty of backwards pride, covetous and unnecessary fake machismo? Yes

Both the cop and ice tea boy need to grow up and stop sagging there pants, looking like booty bandits on sunset braced for rear entry pay per pump and dumps.

The outcome? Black people still get arrested for being black on a Friday night in America.



posted on May, 7 2013 @ 09:24 AM
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Originally posted by kimish
OK, bs. How hard is it to put alcohol into an open can?? Not hard at all. To my knowledge carrying an open alcohol container in public is illegal. All that X had to do was let the officer smell the can. Instead he was defiant. This is why many people get arrested for petty stuff, they're stupid and try pressing their luck.
Chances are that X has a rap sheet as long as his leg too. SMh.

ETA: Arizona tea is also popular in many subcultures. Codeine (illegal without prescription/or illegal to abuse) is used in the tea. OP< I know you are aware of this so stop the race baiting.





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