Tuesday, January 7, 2014 1:37:53 AM
The guy with the camera was a fool. He should have answered the first question, by refusing to answer a simple question he made himself look suspicious. If somebody was acting suspicious on property that I was protecting I would get them off it using any means necessary, as this police lady did. It looked over the top but was indeed the right action.
The camera man whinged that he did answer the question, but then showed a clip from about 5 minutes in after 5 minutes of being a prick.
Tuesday, December 31, 2013 5:05:59 PM
It's actually better that you are on private property. Private property is just that, private and does not have laws that are enforced by men with guns. private property has policies of how they operate within their property. if you are forbidden from the property but on it anyway, you are automatically trespassing and the police become involved and will be charged as such. If it is open to the public, but you are breaking one of their rules, you are simply asked to leave or stop doing what is forbidden by the property owner. If you refuse or leave and/or stop doing the forbidden action, then you are once again trespassing and the police again take jurisdiction. It is pretty clear that you weren`t smoking, but it doesn`t really matter anyway, for police don`t yet have jurisdiction anyway and even if they did, they would need suspicion of committing a crime before you could be properly detained. This is clearly massively illegal and not to mention harassment and intimidation.
Monday, December 30, 2013 3:34:19 PM
It's sad to see things like this go on in our country, or any country for that matter. Situations like this give the police a negative image and it makes people forget about the officers who risk their lives everyday to protect society