First rule of the road when stopped by police. Never consent to a search of your vehicle even though you don't have anything to hide. This man clearly asked if he was free to go after giving consent, "when can I leave" and the man moves to leave thus indicating he longer consented to the search when the slave catcher attempts to restrain him and some sort of scuffle ensues. Show more

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Is this even legal? Wow. twitter.com/thehill/status/1149739856081428485

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Tag "in all fairness"---how much more blatant do they need to be about it? Definitely remember this murder & how eerily quiet coverage of it seemed to be. 3 days ago
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So many more chances than non-slave patrollers get behind murder.

'This is Smith’s second petition for immunity from prosecution. While his first petition was denied, the new judge in this case has the discretion to grant a new immunity hearing.

In July 2018, Montgomery Circuit Judge Greg Griffin denied Smith’s immunity from prosecution. Griffin said during the hearing that he did not find...
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Story from nypd unsupported by footage released thusfar, unsurprisingly.

“It’s my vehicle, it’s my vehicle,” the man said, as one of the officers punched him twice while he was lying on the ground on his side.

During the struggle, the man ended up on his back as both officers tried to wrangle him into handcuffs.

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Video shows the plainclothes NYPD officer, in orange Nike tennis shoes, kneeling on the man’s head while waving his gun sideways at bystanders.

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Would be interesting to see the numbers on who all they subject to these "integrity tests".

'Police Chief Buddy Peaster suspected Marco Burke of stealing an AR-15 from an MTSU police locker and with the help of Murfreesboro Police, set up an on-campus sting.'

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