This Public Sidewalk Is Open To The Public Unless You Have A Camera

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44 thoughts on “This Public Sidewalk Is Open To The Public Unless You Have A Camera

  1. Watched like 90% or your videos keep it up. By far the most entertaining auditor. Haha even if you do get some hate some days, you’re not doing anything illegal so it makes it a lot funnier when the small freak outs happen and the real dumb ass cops make them self stand out by tryna run up on you and record you too lmfao

  2. Call was for another location, but the cop thinks the neighborhood is a crime scene? 10:45 Logic escapes this cop as much as the air. Specifically the air he uses to speak all the lies. Oh, and Mr. Liesalot, stop letting all the apps on your phone have full access to it, the apps are wasting your battery power even when you don't have the app active on screen, background processes. Or is that too logical?

  3. Given all the auditors you YT that I watch, seeing a video in my city of a neighborhood I recognize never stops being surreal. Since I've been doing independent contract stuff doing food delivery for more than 7 years, I've seen parts of Albuquerque that I never knew about until I started doing this work.

    That said, if a scene needs to be preserved, everybody would need to stay out of it, resident or not.

  4. That cop just loved to say how he was going to let this or that happen; it's so obvious that he is a control/power freak. He's getting his fix of endorphins by telling JF about how he'll let people go into their homes. If that's a crime scene, it doesn't matter if people live there, it's still preserving evidence.

  5. Is that copper naive or has been deliberately misinformed. The police are getting more and more aware that the public do not trust them in the least and the good cops are quite upset about the bad cops causing this. You keep up the good work Mr. Freeman they will thank you if you and the rest of your band of brothers can do it and not get arrested , without them having to lose the jobs the enjoy for the most part without being driven out for speaking out. Thank you and Stay safe .

  6. Come on now, 4 hours battery life for any phone is not good. The cop either has a 1000 apps running at the same time, his phone is always roaming or he has a lemon battery. Either way get a knew phone, 4 hours sucks. "Stroke the mustache" perhaps the cop is using – "lets get him talking technic's to get him to open up so we can ask the leading questions that we can then hem him up with. I wonder? "There's a big difference between and interview and an interrogation". Nope, no way, not a chance they are one and the same. In fact most police service's no longer use the word "Interrogation" rather they call everything an "Interview" because it sounds better. Just started disliking this cop – liar.

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