SUB TO HIM HES ALONE IN KY: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheLastDaysOfFreedom/?sub_confirmation=1 5.16
SIMPSON COUNTY SHERIFF: (270) 586-7425
EMAIL I SENT:
Sheriff Jere Dee Hopson,
This video that I am sharing is approximately a year old. Surprisingly to you possibly. I am a former LEO that left on good terms and for lack of money. I too am very similar in how I got started exposing people like Blackburn and the unknown person who stole the camera. by being threatened to be arrested for filming an incident with my neighbor.
On December 11th, 2018 a Deputy Blackburn is believed to have willfully and knowingly committed felony theft as per 514.030 Theft by deception and conspiracy to commit theft as per 506.040 with an unknown deputy.
On the above approximate date and time, a traffic stop was conducted within the jurisdiction of Simpson County. The victim was over 50 feet away from the traffic stop. Deputy Blackburn approached the Victim and engaged in a conversation that was recorded. The victim was cooperative with Deputy Blackburn. While Deputy Blackburn was engaged in conversation an UNKNOWN Deputy who throughout the encounter refused to identify himself positioned himself behind the victim. SEE ACLU FOR INFOMATION
Deputy Blackburn engaged in intimidation of a citizen to put a well-rounded fear into the person who was recording. This conduct would chill the ordinary man from exercising his or her free speech protected under the first amendment. (SEE US SUPREME COURT page 3). Deputy Blackburn stated that he would seize the phone for evidence even without a warrant. (SEE RILEY V CALIFORNIA USSC)
Blackburn then made several threats of intimidation to seize the phone several times. Once he walked away the UNKNOWN deputy seized the victim’s phone until the traffic stop was over. The victim made several attempts to get the phone back and also identify the deputy who refused to provide the name. The sergeant also failed to provide the name of the person who committed robbery per 515.030 as indicated in the statute used force to remove the phone from the victim’s hands.
Please review this incident and provide body camera footage of this incident. Video can be seen here:
Sheriff, while I know that you have a different mindset of people recording but be mindful you are here to uphold the law, constitution, and if I am not mistaken you’re a constitutional officer. Do better, handle this asap.
Please govern yourself accordingly, you’ve been put on notice we have a constitution have your deputies review it 1-17. To mitigate further liability to you and your deputies immediately create a policy for encountering citizens recording video and audio.