Freedom Of Speech Debacle In Towson

News — February 26, 2014 at 12:44 pm by

“I thought I have freedom of speech.” This was the issue that arose in Towson, this weekend. According to reports, the incident occurred at about 1:45 a.m. Sunday, when officers  witnessed a “disturbance” among several members of a large crowd in the 400  block of York Road. Two people were arrested and charged with  resisting arrest, disturbing the peace, second-degree assault, and drug  violations.


Everybody and their mother can record a video on demand, leaving zero chance of avoiding a highlight reel of your life choices.  21-year-old Sergio Gutierrez, was definitely not trying to record an arrest for shits and giggles (yeah right), but claims he wasn’t comfortable with the way things were being handled…

“It seemed like they were being a little too forceful with these people being arrested,” Gutierrez said. “It didn’t seem like these people were resisting at all. They just had them pinned down…”I’d like the Baltimore County Police Department to educate their officers a little bit more thoroughly on the rights of the civilians and what they can and can’t do.”

Both parties have an argument here, the last thing a cop needs is a film student dissecting their job. On the other hand, when you confront a “I know my rights” guy, you’re all over the internet within 24 hours…

via ABC

2 Comments

  1. When you say the speed cameras are bullshit and they say if you don’t speed you don’t have to worry about it. If the cop is doing his job right he doesn’t have to worry about it.

  2. I can understand why the cop was so damn angry. Nothing puts me in a bad mood like a drunk fat chick. I can’t imagine trying to handcuff one….nevermind…..maybe I can. But drunk fat chicks set me off.

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