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SHOCK VIDEO: Cop Upholds Constitution, Prevents Detained Citizens from Being Searched & Accosted

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 Ukshep    13,091

A video from the 4th of July was uploaded to Facebook this week and is quickly going viral. The reason it’s going so viral is that it appears to show a police officer being particularly adamant about upholding the rights of citizens.

In the brief video, it appears that two security guards were either detaining and/or about to search people. According to the officer, the people were simply on their own property watching fireworks and did not deserve to be harassed.

“There is a constitution that I swear an oath to, so don’t freaking mess with it with these citizens. Do you understand me? I know you aren’t subjected to the constitution when it comes to your job, but don’t mess with it,” says the cop, shockingly.

“They have a right to their property. They have a right not to be searched by anybody. They have a right not to be accosted,” he goes on.

Source: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/shock-video-cop-upholds-constitution-prevents-detained-citizens-searched-accosted/#j7KUjPSQrT1lABk8.99



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 GoodBees    50

That is good but I would be much more impressed to see an officer saying that to other officers instead of rent a cops. I don't get it anyways, why would rent a cops be on someones private property trying to search them?

I certainly would not tolerate that from a rent a cop or a real one.

The fact that the video is so short and the audio sounds edited also raises some questions.

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