Did Sergeant bird falsify reports, lie under oath? Forensically examine his body camera video.

https://youtu.be/vlhZhntIczI original video

Sergeant Jeremy bird report port orange police

Sgt jeremy bird stopped and cited, by way of Officer starling, John for a pedestrian violation. He was found guilty in court.

According to John, the judge cut off an officer testifying as he was stating John crossed behind him. The just according to John said she’s heard enough and found him guilty. It was soon hearing and they said there’s no video.

From what we can see on the video the evidence doesn’t match up to the report.

John maintains that he crossed behind the police car and no other cars were present. We do not see any on video either. No evidence of headlight bloom glow on u turn only other than the two that were called out.

If further evidence would show what the report indicates I will update this video/text. I’ve examined all body cameras provided.

All persons in this video are innocent until proven guilty. The opinions expressed are based off of observations and experience. All claims
Within are alleged and opinionios
Based off of observations seen.

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Author: rafael.nieves

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31 thoughts on “Did Sergeant bird falsify reports, lie under oath? Forensically examine his body camera video.

  1. Driving without a seatbelt, making an illegal U-turn, and not using turning signals just to cite a someone that you accuse of crossing illegally appears petty, hypocritical, and retributory at best. Using four cop cars for this "infraction" is a blatant waste of taxpayers' resources. One would assume that surely all of those cops had one brain between them and would have been man enough to stop this injustice. There is no doubt in my mind that all this cop wanted was to get this man's identification to satisfy his childish ego and to show this man who is boss. How dare he stand up for his rights. The handcuffs were a blatant form of abuse of power/authority in my humble opinion. This video is more evidence of the way the police earn the hate one view at a time (over 13,650 and counting in just one day). This video is as disturbing as it is a pathetic example of law officers should not be doing with the vast resources they are provided at our expense.

  2. yielding to cars means,don't get hit,or,don't cross if it will make it unsafe for the driver having to stop.I would ask the cops,who had to hit their breaks because i crossed.As long as he did not recklessly cross,and almost get hit,it is not jaywalking,and the person crossing is responsible for their own safety.The scary thing is,these cops believe their own crap.

  3. These f-ing cops just wanted to violate his 4th amendment rights because they are petty children. The system is broken all cops are bad because of this. Fire all the pigs involved with this cop on citizen crime. Its us against them and they are using a marked deck.

  4. Clearly an unlawful detainment, just to ID. Obvious harassment. But don't worry. The BLUE GANG will defend each other. He did not impede traffic. NO VIOLATION! Our tax dollars at work. Four cops to harass one citizen for crossing the street! This is what we pay them for? No crime in this town.

  5. Up until he said "no, I didn't give permission. Thats under threat of arrest" he gave permission. Sarcasm doesn't do well because that offers reasonable misunderstanding in court. Reason to credit officer getting his wallet. Something like 'good faith'.
    Anything you say can and will be used against you. Anything you say that offers a misunderstanding can be used to incriminate you.

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