Officer safety FAIL – Cop BUSTED – this is why it’s about control.

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30 thoughts on “Officer safety FAIL – Cop BUSTED – this is why it’s about control.

  1. We need more videos like this, just watching officers while they're unaware and then when they act like tyrants send them the video of them just being watched and say, "it would be so easy tyrant!"

  2. Amazing video and thank you for breaking it down!! Despite the economic downturn, I'm so happy I have been earning $ 60,000 returns from my $9,000 investment every 21days💯💯💯✅

  3. I no longer care about officer safety. These domestic terrorists should absolutely be afraid of those they terrorize. I could care less how many get shot to death and feel safer every time I hear another one is no longer able to serve.

  4. Good video. It reminds me of what one of my law enforcement instructors once told the class. He was an old, retired cop and this was in '91 or '92. He said that the worst thing that ever happened to policing was when they put air conditioning in cars. From then on police were closed off from the rest of the world. It cut them off from the community.

  5. I don't think all cops are bad because of the actions of a few. I know all cops are 'bad' because all cops, as a condition of their employment, swear to enforce all laws, including laws which are unjust and initiate violence on peaceful people. It's the job they are sworn to do. Pledging to suspend morality and logic in order to unquestioningly impose the will of psychopaths and sociopaths on your fellow man is morally unacceptable.
    So, yes, all cops are bad, but not because of the actions of a few, there are good people, and there are cops who are otherwise good people, but there are no good cops.

  6. There's no such thing as a good enforcer. The whole “good/bad Cop” question can be disposed of much more decisively. We need not enumerate what proportion of cops appears to be good or, listen to someone’s anecdote about his uncle Charlie, an allegedly good cop.

    We need only consider the following:

    (1) Every cop has agreed as part of his job to enforce laws, all of them.

    (2) Many of the laws are manifestly unjust, and some are even Cruel & Wicked.

    (3) Therefore, every cop has agreed to act as an enforcer of laws that are manifestly unjust, or even Cruel & Wicked, thus, there are No Good Cops.

    – Dr. Robert Higgs

  7. Best answer to the question of where are your press credentials, that I have ever heard. Good guy Audits asked the cop where their credentials are to practice their religion. Where are your credentials to practice your speech?! Video named "Cops don’t know law or the first amendment!!!" by Good guy Audits on Jun 19, 2022. I would put a direct link but then my comment would be automatically flagged as spam by Youtube, as the non-uploader of this video. It's at the 20:33 mark in the original video. Pure Gold!

  8. It is totally…they go hands on all for control then claim officer safety…total BS…the fun part is when you catch them sleeping….pull a Porky's and tie his car to a post!

  9. That was awesome..Cop had to be nice because he was toast. This particular "audit" blew me away and was fucking brilliant…kudos, with a hat remove and bow..12/10..more please

  10. You nailed it when you said being nicer to people is the way to improve officer safety. Our cops are trained in the value of treating people nicely, not only does it decrease the chance of physical threats it vastly improves co-operation in investigations and peoples willingness to co-operate generally which fits the desired outcome of gaining control of situations. American cops use passive aggressive behaviour, physical force, and violence, then wonder why people dont want to co-operate?? thats the training and culture.

  11. 👍💪 Maybe you should keep a score card and count how many cops you could have capped. Maybe that would inspire them to take situational awareness more seriously? Hmm… Something tells me they wouldn't think that was very appropriate😆


  12. As a hunter I see his lack of situational awareness as a liability more than an asset.
    A liability in his case is a safety issue. After all he is hunting for traffic violations, be more aware.

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