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    Hey, cops have it rough, it's a dangerous job, they're not trying to abuse their power, blah blah blah.

    (dripping sarcasm).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattiKins View Post
    Hey, cops have it rough, it's a dangerous job, they're not trying to abuse their power, blah blah blah.

    (dripping sarcasm).
    It's true though - it's just a few bad apples that give the 79.9% of honest coppers a bad name...

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    Cop: "Roll your window down for me"

    Kid: With the window cracked "This is fine." (I'm not going to cooperate with you and will resit you to the limit of my legal right to do so. So ha, take that!)

    Kid: ::thinking in his head:: " FUCK THE POLICE COMIN STRAIGHT FROM THE UNDERGROUND!"



    Long video short. The cop is a douchebag, the kid is a douchebag. The only difference is the kid went as far as the law allows hoping the policeman crosses that line.

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    The kid isn't a douchebag - we should admire his vigilance. As far as the law allows is all the cops should ever get.

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    He was acting like a fool when he didn't need to. He is required to provide his DL and they can get him to stop at a DUI checkpoint. The officer should have told him he is being briefly detained in order to determine if he is intoxicated.

    State trooper can ask for a license, having a drug dog go around outside of your car is not an illegal search, acting like a retard at a DUI checkpoint (which are legal by the way) will get you special treatment.

    Do a bit of reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedPanda View Post
    The kid isn't a douchebag - we should admire his vigilance. As far as the law allows is all the cops should ever get.
    To me he is a douchebag nearly as much as the cop was. He had his camera setup hoping to capture something like this and he went as far as the law would allow him to go. He's just trying to be a anti cop (or anti-corrupt cop) activist.

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    DUI checkpoints are excuses for cops to ring up any potential violation they can. We've accepted them under the rubric of "saving lives" but there is no evidence that they do. They do, however, rack up a lot of money for the city or state they are conducted in, and they do give police cover when they want to ignore the 4th Amendment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattiKins View Post
    DUI checkpoints are excuses for cops to ring up any potential violation they can. We've accepted them under the rubric of "saving lives" but there is no evidence that they do. They do, however, rack up a lot of money for the city or state they are conducted in, and they do give police cover when they want to ignore the 4th Amendment.
    DUI checkpoints aren' only legally able to write citations for DUI's and DUI's only. The officers are on duty and if you have a busted taillight then expect to get a warning or ticket for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattiKins View Post
    Hey, cops have it rough, it's a dangerous job, they're not trying to abuse their power, blah blah blah.

    (dripping sarcasm).
    What is with every single idiot who hears a story of a cop do something wrong lumping every single cop together and blaming them all for what another cop did.

    Doctors have killed patients on purpose, and that's not the most uncommon thing in the world. This doesn't mean that every single doctor is a murderer who just got into the medical field because the people are already dying and he can just tamper with the medicine.

    Just because one cop does something, doesn't mean every single cop is also in on it.

    And yes, being a police officer is an incredibly dangerous job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattiKins View Post
    DUI checkpoints are excuses for cops to ring up any potential violation they can. We've accepted them under the rubric of "saving lives" but there is no evidence that they do. They do, however, rack up a lot of money for the city or state they are conducted in, and they do give police cover when they want to ignore the 4th Amendment.
    DUI checkpoints can actually help a tremendous amount, which is why they're used most often during holidays, when people are much more likely to drink.

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