LAPD and Sgt Tomeo – Free Speech Isnt Free

Two females are stopped at a LAPD checkpoint in Marina Del Rey. The driver is investigated for suspicion of DUI. While the passenger is waiting LAPD tells the passenger that she isn’t allowed to speak. LAPD arrests her for speech.

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24 thoughts on “LAPD and Sgt Tomeo – Free Speech Isnt Free

  1. In LAPD you have traffic cops and you have street cops. It is very unusual for a traffic cop to get dispatched to handle a crime other than traffic. ( assault, burglary, family dispute, arson, rape, etc.,) They live in a world where their ticket recap and ability to hand out a ticket shapes their perception of duty and authority. If a street cop got butt hurt and arrested every one who yelled or called him a mother f—-er, he would be perceived differently by his peers, not to mention the dets giving booking approval or the city attorneys who won't file a bullshit arrest. The traffic guys do a good job of protecting us from drunk and reckless drivers and that is good. They were instructed on civil rights in the academy, but they may want to brush up on the 1st Amendment.

  2. After watching this, you need to educate yourself. Look up the differences between arrest and detention. Sgt Tomeo clearly said he was detaining her. They took the handcuffs off and were probably going to let her go. But based off her actions and the fact her friend was arrested for driving under the influence, leads me to think that she as well was under the influence. That being said it is illegal to be drunk in public.

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