First Amendment AUDIT 5: POLICE traffic stop an attorney and the boys at the station

A BMW gets pulled over by East Hampton Village Police and gets a ticket. Interview with driver during the stop. It all ends with a trip to meet the boys at the station.

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29 thoughts on “First Amendment AUDIT 5: POLICE traffic stop an attorney and the boys at the station

  1. This guy is a joke and not a journalist…maybe a wanna be journalist. Just because he owns a video camera does not make him one anymore that if I bought a scalpel I would be a surgeon. One of the first things I noticed is that when he was filming the traffic stop he was walking across the middle of the street and not from the crosswalk and then standing in the middle of the street talking to the woman. Guess he is not aware of traffic laws. It seems to me that he was just looking for some incident to harass the cops. Maybe with Covid 19 it has caused him to be laid off from Walmart and he goes around playing with his camera. The woman attorney was very cordial, more that I would have been. Had someone been filming me and asking questions I would have told them it was not of their business…it was certainly none of his business.

  2. I like watching your vids, even though I'm from ZA. Learn a lot. What really liked about this one, friendly people and a magnificent train station. Beautiful. The pic of the steam train, such memories. That raw power as it got going, goosebumps. Awesome

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