Glendale AZ Police Shaking down homeless people Live

James Freeman does first amendment audits, cop watching, cop blocking, and more. Since Live PD and Cops was cancelled, James Freeman does LIVE STREAMING COP WATCHES. It’s like Live PD, except actually live, and without the “cops can do no wrong” bias.

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29 thoughts on “Glendale AZ Police Shaking down homeless people Live

  1. Somebody Should Ask The Piggy's For Full Disclosure Of Contract that Gives Authority Fraudulently.. Policy Officers Would, I would Think or Should Be Accountable to answer that Very Important Question.. All Capital LETTERS IS A CORPORATION. LIKE ON YOUR INCORPORATED TRUST ID. THEY CREATED WITH OUT YOUR CONSENT. WHICH MAKES IT 100%FRAUD

  2. Why would they ask random people for ID to try and identify a rapist when the rapist hasn't been identified??? Do cops somehow think that when you commit a crime it immediately shows up on your arrest record even though you haven't been arrested?

  3. Hey James, I was wondering about the policewoman's hair, In my younger days they either had to have short hair or tied in a bun and secured with a net, this was because a) uniform appearance, and b) safety, this young lady's hair, while lovely, and fitting through the baseball cap, is easy to get hold of, and puts her in a vulnerable position, if yanked hard, one automatically reaches up to the head, this leaves her weapons unattended, and most self defense useless, I would be interested to know (if you have the time and inclination) what the uniform regulations are for that PD or state or even if there's a national standard.
    This is the first time I was notified in time to actually catch you live, but I had to turn the chat off to stop buffering, but one day I hope I can say hi live.

  4. I'm sure you've got a lot of room in your own home, so are you letting any homeless people live in your place? In my lifetime I've known thousands of people, and any one of them could appear at my door tomorrow and have a place to live if they found themselves homeless through no fault of their own. I've got 4 unused bedrooms and 2 unused bathrooms I never go into, and a playroom in the basement that could house a few dozen folks, so anybody who has ever known me could never be homeless unless they decided to do wrong things and deserved to be homeless. Amazingly, though I've known thousands of people, and every few months I announce on the internet that they are welcome here if they need a place to live, nobody has ever shown up. Many years ago my home of 23 years burned, and every friend I told about it invited me to move into their home. I had good insurance and was well taken care of, so I didn't have to take anybody up on their offer. But if somebody has lived their life so poorly that not one family member, not one friend, not one former coworker or anybody else they have ever known will take them in, I'm pretty sure they deserve the miserable life they are living. So, do you have any homeless folks living with you since you're so concerned about them?

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