Biker alleges Dallas Sheriff Deputy made up charge to seize video evidence (RAW)

On Memorial Day Weekend, motorcycle rider Chris Moore was arrested by Dallas Deputy Sheriff. The arrest was part of crackdown against sport bike riders. Moore says Westbrook made up a charge in order to gain access to the video camera mounted on his helmet.

More Videos...

A Camera Prevents An Arrest
Baltimore Police admit that camera presence during an interaction with a young man prevented his arrest.

Police Harassment
I was pulled over on 08/01/2013 by a Florida State Trooper and a Pasco County Sheriff for no reason at all. They came up with the lamest reasons as to why they pulled me over. It was all the fact that i was on a street bike and they assume that im doing something illegal!!!

Dashcam Video Shows Suspect Opening Fire On Cops After Chase
** Subscribe for more: ** “Top Notch” is in custody. Detectives investigating the robbery believe that the suspect is in fact the “Top Notch” robber and that he is responsible for at least two bank robberies and three commercial robberies. The suspect is the same man pictured in this previously published Blotter post (, Detectives continue to work with local, state and federal partners to determine if this suspect is wanted for any other crimes in our region. -A suspected armed robber was arrested Friday afternoon after he held up a man at gunpoint on Rainier Avenue and later fired a shot at officers as they pursued him through the Central District. Just before 1 PM, police received a report of an armed robbery in the 3300 block of Rainier Avenue South, where the suspect had reportedly brandished a handgun and taken another man’s cellphone. The suspect pistol-whipped the victim and one shot was fired during the incident. No one was hit. The suspect fled the scene in a silver Volkswagen Jetta*. Officers Christina Bradley and Daniel Aguirre located the car a short time later in the Central District. Coincidentally, East Precinct officers were already present in the area as part of a neighborhood emphasis detail in order to respond to ongoing community concerns. While leading police on a brief circuitous chase through the neighborhood, the suspect collided with an unoccupied parked car. He then exited his own vehicle at 18th Avenue South and South Dearborn Street, where he fired one shot at Officers Bradley and Aguirre. Police quickly set up a perimeter and contained the area. With nowhere to go, the man surrendered. Neither the suspect nor any officers were injured. Several schools in the area briefly sheltered in place during the incident. The 29-year-old man will be booked into the King County Jail for the robbery and for firing at officers. Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only)

[UPDATE BELOW] Active Duty Soldier Illegally Disarmed and Arrested
UPDATE 26 MARCH 2017: The 3rd Court of Appeals ruled On Thursday, March 23, 2017, to uphold the bogus arrest and conviction. They said essentially that a cop doesn't have to know our articulate what law I'm breaking to disarm me if they find later I was breaking one - walking down the wrong side of the road.The system is corrupt and protects the police over the people. UPDATE 18 NOVEMBER 2016: I want to really quickly give a shout out to for their aggressive battle against a corrupt legal system. If you are a gun owner and you don't have legal protection, you're risking everything. I never thought I would ever find myself arrested and thrown in jail for not breaking law and for legally exercising my rights. I would be financially ruined now if I were not a member. If you join, let them know CJ sent you. UPDATE NOVEMBER 2016: The 3rd Court of Appeals continues to sit on this case. It was heard on February 23rd (yup, 2.23) and they still have not issued a decision. To date, it has been almost 1000 days since we filed the appeal waiting on a ruling. UPDATE 19 OCTOBER 2013: Today, the prosecution was unable to prove beyond a shadow of doubt to a jury of six members that I had either resisted arrest or interfered with public duties. As such, the judge declared a mistrial and rescheduled a retrial for November 18, 2013. I want to thank my attorneys, Blue Rannefeld, Cole Combs, and Larry Kielberg for the outstanding job they did representing me this past week. On March 16, 2013, my son and I were hiking along country roads among pastures and fields with my 15-year old son to help him earn his hiking merit badge. I always enjoy these father/son hikes because it gives me time alone with my son. As I always do when we go on these hikes and walks, I took my trusty rifle with me as there are coyotes, wild hogs, and cougars in our area. In Texas, it is legal to openly carry a rifle or shotgun as long as you do so in a manner that isn't calculated to cause alarm. In other words, you can't walk around waving your rifle at people. I always carry my rifle slung across my chest dangling, not holding it in my hands. At about the 5 mile mark of our hike, a voice behind us asked us to stop and the officer motioned for us to approach him. He got out of his car and met us a few feet later. He immediately grabbed my gun without any indication or warning and asked me what we were doing. I explained that we were hiking. He then asked me, referring to my rifle, "Any reason why you have this?" My response was a confused, "Because I can?" If an officer pulls you over for doing the speed limit and then asks why you were doing the speed limit, wouldn't you say something similar? These two questions and answers and were very cordial, but the officer didn't like my second response. At that point, the officer said, "Oh, okay" while looking away and began to try taking my rifle from me. He didn't ask for my rifle and he didn't suggest he would take it from me. He simply began unhooking it from its sling. My immediate reaction was to put my arms over the rifle and I calmly asked told not to disarm me. At that, he slammed his right foot onto my left foot, pulled his service pistol on me and told me to take my hands off the weapon, which I immediately complied with. I yelled for him to get off my foot, but instead he placed his gun to the back of my head and slammed me into the hood of his car. At this point, I remembered I had a camera on me (one of the requirements of the hiking merit badge is to document your hikes). This video is the rest of that encounter. Up to this point, I am not told why I am being stopped, why he tried to disarm me, or even that I'm under arrest. He never once explained that he was responding to a call or that I am suspected of any crime. All I knew at the time is that an officer of the law is trying to take my gun for absolutely no reason in the middle of the country in an area where people hunt all the time. We did not set out that Saturday morning to "make a point" or cause problems. Our goal was to complete a 10-mile hike and return home without incident. My son chose a route that was away from populated areas but near our home. We intentionally avoided populated areas. The arresting officer is Officer Steve Ermis and the supervisor is Sergeant Menix of the Temple Police Department. I am being represented by the National Association For Legal Gun Defense. If you would like to help fight for these rights, please donate here: There is also a video with my story on the main site at If you own a gun, I highly recommend signing up for these services. For $12.50 per month, you have a $1 million insurance policy against similar abuses of authority.