Love The Honesty From This Montgomery County Cop

Entertainment — September 24, 2014 at 12:27 pm by

I always love when someone just shoves a camera in an officer’s face during a pullover, I could imagine awkwardness on both ends. I understand you’re trying to protect your rights, but it just seems like such a ballsy move. Can’t help but to give kudos to this cop, he is clearly aware of the camera, and basically delivers a brutally honest blow to the driver when he was trying to catch him off guard…Wait, are tickets a tax, or was that just a random thank you? Not sure what was proved here.

via reddit

19 Comments

  1. The officer was very awesome, as most are. The driver was an idiot and Im surprised that he bothered to post it. It’s their right, just have trouble getting used to it under routine circumstances.

  2. Was Saqib Ali the one recording this? It is his YouTube page this video is posted to.

  3. People are really assholes aren’t they?

  4. Delicious! Nothing like leaving a jackass speechless…

  5. anyone else find it unusual that these are often posted? do we appreciate you exposing corrupt officers or should we be terrified that you’re constantly breaking the law?

  6. lol white trash cops in moco dont respect shit. his bitchass just scared he gunna lose his job b4 he can retire

    • The sad part about you is, that even IF you had a valid point to make, who could possibly take you seriously? You can’t spell or form a complete sentence. What you wrote was pretty white trashy, bitchass.

  7. Funny how only you cop haters mostly the chili shitters are the ones who have issues with the Police. Here is an idea…OBEY the damn law & you in turn prob wont have any issues! Gee now theres a concept!

      • That’s such typical smart ass bullshit…”let me prove to the cop I know my rights”. If you’re not doing anything wrong why can’t you just answer the damn questions. You’re surprised the cops responded that way? Think about some of the stuff they deal with. There treatment of him had wasn’t about the damn window. It was his behavior in regards to the cops questions/directions. That kind of behavior might make you a little wary also!

        • you do NOT have to cooperate with anything police tell you just because they are police. You have rights so you are not wrongfully taken advantage of by the law and the people who are suppose to be upholding it. You Christine are an idiot if you will do anything police tell you to because they are in a position of authority.

        • Why should I have to stop and answer cops questions on their whim?
          You know we have this weird piece of paper called the constitution. You should read it sometime. But there is this part in there that has a section called amendments. scroll on down till you get to the one labeled 4 (it may be listed as IV) go ahead and read that and ask why does the cop have the need to know if I have all my papers.
          Here ill even post it for you so you dont have to do too much thinking for yourself, you being a sheeple and all.
          The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers,
          and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be
          violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause,
          supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place
          to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

          • Just to clarify:
            I’m in no way suggesting that you do whatever police tell you to. In regards to the situation in the video…I see no reason for the guys odd refusal to roll down the window; The whole thing stemmed from that. Yes, I understand that what the cop was requesting got to be too much but it probably wouldn’t have gotten that far if he’d rolled the window down. Personally, I’d prefer not to cause a problem over something that simple. I understand your opinion & I respect it. All I ask is that you respect mine instead of treating me like some dumbass kid.

          • Just to clarify:
            I understand that people have rights & yes, I know what they are. I’m in no way suggesting that you do whatever police tell you to. In regards to the situation in the video…The whole episode stemmed from the strange behavior over a window. I personally don’t see any reason for the guys odd refusal to roll down the window; it was somewhat suspicious. I get that what the cop was requesting got to be too much but it probably wouldn’t have gotten that far if, again, he’d rolled the window down. In my case, I’d prefer not to cause a problem over something that simple.
            I understand your opinion & I respect it. All I ask is that you respect mine instead of treating me like some dumbass kid.

          • The reason the cop wants you to roll your window down is so he can stick his head inside your car and take a quick look. If he can see or smell anything, that is probable cause for a larger search and longer delays on your part. they will also write additional citations for whatever reason the longer they can look.

            The same thing goes for a “DUI” checkpoint. They really dont give a rat about stopping a drunk driver, they really care about the 1000’s in citations they will write for that night. Go pull up the stats for any dui checkpoint and you will see the real reason behind it, a taxing of you for more money for them.
            Take this example. ( http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/20421971/checkpoint-results-in-3-charged-with-dwi )
            3 arrested for an open container, 4 for drug charges, 2 for warrants, and 54 citations for various reasons. if the average ticket is say 50 bucks, the cops just generated what 2500 more in revenue for the night. meanwhile someones family member was killed and the police couldn’t respond while they were out generating income for themselves. Mind you we already pay a tax to have the police around.

  8. Having served over 20 years in a squad car, I can tell you that his little speech is much like the ones I gave to ticket recipients. I always figured that a speeder either got a ticket or a bit of an ass chewing but never both. It mainly depended on the speed involved and the actions of the violator. You would be surprised at how many offenders left with a ticket, and thanked me on leaving. Many commented “I am not sure why I am thanking you!” Even one fellow whom I had to borrow a pen from when mine froze up in the cold to write his ticket.

  9. He wasn’t saying the ticket is tax he was referring to the fact that taxpayer dollars are what pay his salary.

  10. Isn’t driving considered a “privilege” and not a “right”? If I’m not mistaken, the roads are the property of the local and/or state governments, so it seems that use of them would subject you to the scrutiny of that government or its agents (cops). Also, many States have implied consent laws, so when you sign for your license, you’re signing an agreement to cooperate with sobriety checks. I could be wrong, of course. Knowing your rights and exercising them is one thing, and something you should always do. Simply trying to one-up cops because you want to show YouTube how smart you think you are is really kind of stupid and a waste of time.

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