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👮 FILMING A POLICE OFFICER is LEGAL: An uber driver happens to be also a Lawyer tells Police Officer

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StuffinMuffin
829 Driver Rider
 Posted 1 year, 7 months ago

"You better hope I don't find anything in your car."

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    HemiDodge
    360
     1 year ago

    "You better hope I don't find anything in your car."

    That's pretty much a confirmation that police officers do indee plant things in people's cars.

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    HaileyGraff
    24
     1 year ago

    this guy's smirk.  LOL

    and a "law" t-shirt.  

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    lyfterguy
    9
     1 year ago

    This driver did nothing wrong, right?  I wonder why he just didn't comply.  Just per right, I guess.   

    My point is that even if he stepped out and did things the officer asked, no harm would have come to him.  The police was probably trying to mitigate risk, say a chance this dude was dangerous or something. It's hard to blame the cope, because I feel like there must have been a reason.  (then again I didn't really carefully watch the video.)

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      dShaperoMDM
      112
       1 year ago

      Yeah, I suppose that is true.  It's not like cops had anything to gain.

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        TheWhit
        2 Rider
         1 year ago

        No, but some of them are managing some big egos. Cops can get a little badge heavy when they are having a bad day.