Trooper OWNED after REPEATED questioning – FHP Baker first amendment audit

I am the person in the bwc talking to the police

Port Orange Police Department Was involved in a minor incident where FHP was called to investigate the motor vehicle accident

Supervisor – Raymondsteele@flhsmv.gov
FHP@flhsmv.gov

386-736-5350 x 40590 supervisor px

They asked too many times if I was a witness and don’t take no I’m good for an answer.

00:00 Start
00:10 B Roll Footage
01:45 First Trooper
02:30 Second Trooper
06:50 Wrapping up the stop
07:40 Exit and siren

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36 thoughts on “Trooper OWNED after REPEATED questioning – FHP Baker first amendment audit

  1. And again, a cop gave you a golden opportunity to get illegally arrested, and you talked him out of it. What the f*#k is the matter with you? When a cop says something as stupid as "Leave this accident scene or you're going to jail," put down your equipment, and turn around as you put your hands behind your back to be handcuffed. Or don't you want the $25,000 to $100,000 you can get out of that department if have the brains to sue?

  2. Trooper Baker is a work in process. He claim to want to know if the first trooper gave James a hard time when Trooper Baker is in fact giving James a hard time.  
    Since Baker is the other trooper's trainer, both need additional training.

  3. The Audit
    Lesson One: know your rights. The moment an auditor needs to ask a cop about his rights he has failed. The most fundamental task of the audit is to challenge and educate law enforcement and the public about their civil rights. If we need and depend on police to tell us what our rights are during a stop, then the audit becomes useless.

    No police is responsible for telling the public their rights. In fact, its too his advantage for you to be ignorant so he can exceed his authority. Second, a highway patrolman has no jurisdiction over a public sidewalk except where it overlaps with his investigation. The point where the auditor was standing is nowhere near that accident.

    Furthermore the debate about a "hard time" is useless since the cop has no authority to lecture anyone except his subordinates. He can't order a person to leave because he doesn't like their responses.

  4. The "old terror reign" of these enforcers really is over. People are savvy and to intelligent and rights aware to accept this old fashioed mini dictator rubbish. The enforcer just came across as irrelevant basically!

  5. LOl…an unemployed YouTuber with a beat up Tesla provoking cops…sure….! Always a good idea."Are you a witness?" " get out of my face. Wrap this up. Leave me the F alone"…. Trooper 2 asked you politely. You created the situation. Being an a-hole – other people , would just kick your arse publicly if you conduct yourself like that..outta shape beard man…But Trooper didn't. Lot of patience. There is no police misconduct here – just clickbait!

  6. If you tell cop “we’re media” instead of “fuck off” you might get different responses. Try “we’re here with (insert city) action cam” do you have any input?” If you put the idiots on the spot, they’ll freeze up

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