Coming Soon: More Motor One!

Your next fix of Metro State, later today!

But that’s not the only reason I am posting this. I want to take this opportunity to address something.

A few weeks ago I posted to Patreon the Chicago Police Department ‘cage camera’ footage from Jeremy Dewitte’s Chicago arrest. In a comment on that video a supporter asked a question that many others have asked as well. I answered it there, and it’s a question that I want to answer more publicly:

“Has Jeremy Dewitte reached out to you at all? It’s pretty clear he’s aware that you’re posting about him. Has he reached out complaining about being the star of Real World Police lately?”

The answer is that Jeremy was in touch from the very beginning.

Much of the content in the first Dewitte video on Real World Police consisted of material that had also been disseminated to other media outlets, and Jeremy had no way of knowing that I had a lot more than what was shown. So he wrote to me with his go-to explanations:

(1) The guy behind the camera wasn’t him. It was a rogue employee he had already fired. The police edited the footage to remove all scenes where the person’s reflection was visible, because those would reveal it wasn’t him — “God as my witness.”

(2) The guy who said “Stop pretending you’re a police officer” had been yelling racist comments immediately prior, but the police cut that part out to make Jeremy look bad for confronting him. [Not sure what that has to do with pulling someone over, but okay.]

(3) About his original arrest for impersonating a police officer, verbatim: “I was skipping school and my credit card declined and I was in academy and she said she was going to call cops that I was stealing and in no way was I. My card was not working. I got my first cridet card and had no idea. And I should he my police explorer badge and gave my name and driver lic and all to her. And I came back the next day to pay the gas. I was not wearing a badge that is a lie i had it in wallet. I even told her I was a explorer and in the academy. God as my witness.”

(4) Jeremy complimented me on my investigative work and said that I was right about most of it. He did claim, however, that I got one thing wrong: “News flash… I love your report on the on probation have a gun. You do have the dates a bit wrong on that. And that was not my security company I dont know where that came from. Oh and the person that reported that i had a gun was the same sgt. That got me the VOP was a sgt. For orange county sheriff’s office by the name of distefano.”

Jeremy also claimed to have tons of footage that would exonerate him. Footage that would show that he was the real victim.

What Jeremy didn’t know was that I had all of the footage he claimed had been cut out, such as the footage leading up to his confrontation with the “Stop pretending” guy. It did not support Jeremy’s story. I also had footage of the “guy that wasn’t him” introducing himself to someone on camera, by name. (Spoiler: it was him.)

Regarding #3, there is a whole video dedicated to showing the falsity of that story. In a 1998 sworn written statement Jeremy admitted that he did not pay for the gasoline at the time and had not paid for it in the month-plus since.

Regarding #4, I had claimed the following::

“At this point you need to know that Dewitte’s probation officer had told him “to find gainful work in a field other than security.”

Then…on 5/7/01 someone told Dewitte’s probation officer that the convicted felon was in possession of a firearm. Who reported him? Why, one of the people that had hired him… to work as a security guard. Through his company. Wait for it… “Dewitte Security.””

Jeremy claims I got that wrong, however court records indicate otherwise. You decide: http://tiny.cc/probationevidence

A fundamental tenet of ethical journalism is that you should provide the subject of negative coverage an opportunity to respond, but as far as I’m concerned, that responsibility goes out the window the moment you start lying to me. And Jeremy Dewitte has a problem with telling the truth.

Despite that, I provided Jeremy with an upload link through which he could send up to 5 TB of video at no cost to him. I asked that he send the exonerating footage he had been referring to. On 1/9/20, Jeremy said that he had to get the footage from his attorney, and that he would send it in a few days.

I haven’t received a thing.

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46 thoughts on “Coming Soon: More Motor One!

  1. [The following is the same as the video description.]

    Your next fix of Metro State, later today!

    But that's not the only reason I am posting this. I want to take this opportunity to address something.

    A few weeks ago I posted to Patreon the Chicago Police Department ‘cage camera’ footage from Jeremy Dewitte’s Chicago arrest. In a comment on that video a supporter asked a question that many others have asked as well. I answered it there, and it’s a question that I want to answer more publicly:

    Has Jeremy Dewitte reached out to you at all? It’s pretty clear he’s aware that you’re posting about him. Has he reached out complaining about being the star of Real World Police lately?

    The answer is that Jeremy was in touch from the very beginning.

    Much of the content in the first Dewitte video on Real World Police consisted of material that had also been disseminated to other media outlets, and Jeremy had no way of knowing that I had a lot more than what was shown. So he wrote to me with his go-to explanations:

    (1) The guy behind the camera wasn’t him. It was a rogue employee he had already fired. The police edited the footage to remove all scenes where the person's reflection was visible, because those would reveal it wasn't him — "God as my witness."

    (2) The guy who said “Stop pretending you’re a police officer” had been yelling racist comments immediately prior, but the police cut that part out to make Jeremy look bad for confronting him. [Not sure what that has to do with pulling someone over, but okay.]

    (3) About his original arrest for impersonating a police officer, verbatim: "I was skipping school and my credit card declined and I was in academy and she said she was going to call cops that I was stealing and in no way was I. My card was not working. I got my first cridet card and had no idea. And I should he my police explorer badge and gave my name and driver lic and all to her. And I came back the next day to pay the gas. I was not wearing a badge that is a lie i had it in wallet. I even told her I was a explorer and in the academy. God as my witness."

    (4) Jeremy complimented me on my investigative work and said that I was right about most of it. He did claim, however, that I got one thing wrong: "News flash… I love your report on the on probation have a gun. You do have the dates a bit wrong on that. And that was not my security company I dont know where that came from. Oh and the person that reported that i had a gun was the same sgt. That got me the VOP was a sgt. For orange county sheriff's office by the name of distefano."

    Jeremy also claimed to have tons of footage that would exonerate him. Footage that would show that he was the real victim.

    What Jeremy didn’t know was that I had all of the footage he claimed had been cut out, such as the footage leading up to his confrontation with the “Stop pretending” guy. It did not support Jeremy's story. I also had footage of the “guy that wasn’t him” introducing himself to someone on camera, by name. (Spoiler: it was him.)

    Regarding #3, there is a whole video dedicated to showing the falsity of that story. In a 1998 sworn written statement Jeremy admitted that he did not pay for the gasoline at the time and had not paid for it in the month-plus since.

    Regarding #4, I had claimed the following::

    "At this point you need to know that Dewitte's probation officer had told him "to find gainful work in a field other than security."

    Then…on 5/7/01 someone told Dewitte's probation officer that the convicted felon was in possession of a firearm. Who reported him? Why, one of the people that had hired him… to work as a security guard. Through his company. Wait for it… "Dewitte Security.""

    Jeremy claims I got that wrong, however court records indicate otherwise. You can evaluate the evidence for yourself: http://tiny.cc/probationevidence

    A fundamental tenet of ethical journalism is that you should provide the subject of negative coverage an opportunity to respond, but as far as I’m concerned, that responsibility goes out the window the moment you start lying to me. And Jeremy Dewitte has a problem with telling the truth.

    Despite that, I provided Jeremy with an upload link through which he could send up to 5 TB of video at no cost to him. I asked that he send the exonerating footage he had been referring to. On 1/9/20, Jeremy said that he had to get the footage from his attorney, and that he would send it in a few days.

    I haven’t received a thing.

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  2. Funny how many times we have seen people ask him if he's a cop and not a single time has he just said "no". He does however keep saying he is a "state certified agent" and similar things.
    Quite clearly an attempt at making others think he is a cop without openly saying he is.
    Guess it wasn't enough to avoid being charged with impersonating a police officer.😂

  3. "F___ Boy" followed up and is pressing charges on "Motor One". Go git him laddie, git 'm good !! I will miss him once he is gone, and make no mistake, he will be gone.

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