BUSTED: The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters (must-see video)

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COMO Police in Action

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Originally posted on my old blog: June 30, 2006

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BUSTED: The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters

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9 thoughts on “BUSTED: The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters (must-see video)

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  5. Haha, you found my favorite line. 🙂

    COMO is a great town, it’s a college town and quite progressive, although we now have a smoking ban in bars and we can’t have an open container of beer/alcohol outside of a bar or one’s property (that means not on the sidewalk outside your house).

    No, I don’t ask before shooting them when they are working, only once when they were standing around did I ask permission to take their pic.

    I’m still waiting for a press badge from a Codepink friend of mine. It may help me out when I’m doing this, I don’t know.

  6. I knew I saw that vid somewhere (guess i only have eyes for Lo~)

    “I’m usually not afraid to shoot cops…” LOL.
    So you have to ask them before you shoot them?
    Gotta get you some of those glasses with the video cam in the frames! (Or hide a cam in that beer can)

    ‘CoMo’ looks like a neat town (police abuse notwithstanding… Friggin’ cops).

  7. U ? Authority, I don’t understand your comment. In the case of taking pics of police while at an antiwar rally in my town, I asked and received permission by the officers to take the pic. The others are of the police while in action, once I was arrested for doing just that, although they charged me with trespassing (bogus charge; never even filed in court) but they did handcuff me and took me to the station, it got worse there, but that’s another story.

    The police do not like it when I take pics of them, although I feel strongly that in my doing so it may prevent abuse to whomever they are arresting/harassing.

    One point I’d like to make is that I’ve also seen verbal abuse given to the police and the police did not respond, they let the perpetrators go. So, there are some good cops out there, too.

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