Serial Police Impersonator Records Himself Committing Felony Wiretapping. Again.

One of Jeremy Dewitte’s felony charges stems from an incident in which he called the State Attorney’s Office to complain that the police were conducting a criminal investigation into Metro State.

That call didn’t go as planned. Instead of the State Attorney stepping in to rescue Jeremy, Motor One found himself facing with a felony wiretapping charge, since Florida is a two-party consent state and Jeremy recorded the conversation without the investigator’s knowledge or consent.

It gets better.

In that phone call, Jeremy refers to Metro State’s vehicles as “police cars,” then quickly catches himself with this gem: “But I shouldn’t say that, ’cause then it sounds like I said it.”

Nailed it, genius. It certainly does sound the way you said it.

This is the complete felonious recording.

Note that this reproduction of the illegal recording is permissible. On May 21, 2001 the Supreme Court decided the case Bartnicki v. Vopper, summarized below courtesy of Oyez:

In a 6-3 opinion delivered by Justice John Paul Stevens, the Court held that the First Amendment protects the disclosure of illegally intercepted communications by parties who did not participate in the illegal interception. “In this case, privacy concerns give way when balanced against the interest in publishing matters of public importance,” wrote Justice Stevens. “[A] stranger’s illegal conduct does not suffice to remove the First Amendment shield from speech about a matter of public concern.”

Noting that the negotiations were a matter of public interest, Justice Stevens wrote that the “debate may be more mundane than the Communist rhetoric that inspired Justice Brandeis’ classic opinion in Whitney v. California, but it is no less worthy of constitutional protection.”

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46 thoughts on “Serial Police Impersonator Records Himself Committing Felony Wiretapping. Again.

  1. 👁👁 dang fat finger hit send button, sorry!! He HAS to put Ambulance Co. under name of pregnant girl friend OR name of mistress — forget which —CAUSE he is a CONVICTED SEX OFFENDER a FELON CHARGE — ooops, He also FAILED TO REGISTER💥 Be sure to watch the backstory regarding poor 🚑 AMBULANCE SAGA‼️‼️
    Ya just can’t make up this kinda story — SELF INFLICTED INJURIES 💣🧨💣

  2. Self-destructing ego the little kid that was bullied still can't get respect. Now he has pissed off the wrong group. The local police a sane person would change their tune but not Jeremy. He's going to play this all the way to prison

  3. one year later and we now know that jeremy lied repeatedly on this phone call
    is there any real evidence that demmings shut down investigations against jeremy? because the case file says something totally different

  4. How is he still free? This is how the term “career criminal” is part of our vocabulary. How many laws can you break? How many times can you break the same law? The purpose of this is hone call was only to let the sgt he is complaining about know he filed a complaint about him. This is possibly the most insecure man child I have ever witnessed.

  5. Now… why would the cops be harassing u (sex offender) ? You’re a pillar of the community (police impersonator). You do such an important service to the state of Florida (armed funeral escorting). You’re an outstanding individual (continuously lie about being an Army Ranger)

  6. I wanna know if he’s tried to be a cop and was rejected? How many times? This dude is pathological, manipulative and has a temper he shouldn’t have while conducting business. He needs to work at Walmart. 🤦‍♀️

  7. We don’t use sirens – uses sirens
    We don’t cross unbroken yellow lines – crosses unbroken yellow lines
    We don’t speed – gets clocked doing 104mph
    We don’t direct traffic – directs traffic
    I was in the special forces – liar
    I was a cop – liar
    We don’t have accidents – drive car with knees
    Netflix series is next. This fella is comedy gold and he’s the gift that keeps giving

  8. Did He really just start off by saying that he’s a registered sex offender ? Or am I hearing that. I also swore I heard him say it was her fault cause she didn’t tell the age … I must be just tripping

  9. Just what is it that he is trying to explain, anyways? If he keeps impersonating police officers, why should he be able to do these escorts anyhoos? I don't think he can do this. This guy ain't all there! He's not harassed, he's usually arrested for impersonating a police officer.

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