State Trooper McKenney Dashboard Camera (Memorial Day Weekend Traffic Stop)

Cell Phone Footage: Dashboard Camera and other information provided to me via my FOIA Request in regards to my Memorial Day Weekend Traffic Stop with Trooper McKenney. Link to article, below: Follow Virginia Cop Block on Facebook & Twitter! VirginiaCopBlock.Org

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