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Stupid Cop doesn't know what he's giving me a ticket for. Pretty damn funny.
On a beautiful Thanksgiving weekend on the Venice bike path an LAPD officer was blocking the path on his motorcycle and another young girl was partially blocking the other side and bike traffic was backed up. I said, "officer, your motorcycle is blocking the bike path" to which he replied, "I can give you a ticket for that". As seen on YoVenice. :) A bit later and I have sirens pulling me over and I record the rest. You really gotta listen to how stupid this is. Some good quotes in there.





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👮 FILMING A POLICE OFFICER is LEGAL: An uber driver happens to be also a Lawyer tells Police Officer
The police does not know that this uber driver is a court lawyer :-) Jesse bright, a uber driver which happens to be also a court lawyer was stop by a police officer. The officer told this secret lawyer driver that filming or video recording a police officer is illegal and against the law. When the officer found out that the driver he stopped was a lawyer, the direction of the wind change... Watch the full video of the encounter.





Trucker Pulls Over Cop For Speeding and Gets a Confession
SUBSCRIBE https://goo.gl/OXghgH https://www.facebook.com/deejay.gabriel.7 Truck driver Brian Miner turned the tables on a trooper for the Illinois State Police who pulled him over for "unlawful use of horn." That's because Miner noticed the officer was driving at a high rate of speed, cellphone in hand, on wet pavement, and decided to "voice" his displeasure with the officer's reckless driving in the only way that he could. The officer, who goes unnamed but clearly seen in the video , decides to pull the truck driver over. Big mistake. Miner lets the officer know right away that he's being recorded and things get pretty contentious from there with Miner going off on the reckless driving of his potential ticketer. It does seem, for a moment, that the Illinois State Trooper is bound and determined to find something he can "get" Miner for — unfortunately for him, he finds a pretty spotless record and has to come back to the vehicle ready to eat crow. At the end of the video, Miner gets away without a ticket and even an apology, and then turns the camera on himself: "And that's what happens when they know you're recording." For any truck driver — or anyone — who's ever been furious at police officers who think they're above the law, this is must-see stuff:




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