Thoughts from a broken mind
There were two trained police deputies and one unarmed, mentally disabled woman on a public bus in southern California. But somehow, the deputies could not resolve the ensuing conflict with her without punching her in the face.
It’s still not clear what the confrontation, which seems to have been initiated by the deputies, was all about. What is clear is that a uniformed deputy slugged a special needs woman hard enough to make her lose her balance.
This issue may not have even seen the light had it not been for civilian Jermaine Greer, who happened to film the episode on his cell phone.
What’s more, the deputy in questioned threatened to arrest Greer for not handing the video over.
Act now to tell the Bellflower Metro Police Department that an investigation is clearly necessary. »
Its not illegal in any state to film police.
It was appealed Sept 1 2011 by the first circuit court of appeals. Look it up and film away!! Don’t let the rumors fool you!
The only purpose for these laws, as applied, is to intimidate the public, and to deny the public evidence of Police misconduct.
Man Faces Life In Jail For Recording Police http://www.infowars.com/man-faces-life-in-jail-for-recording-police/
I Vote Gary Johnson for President
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