Go ahead and click it. The page will open in another window. (You can come back here by simply closing that window.)
When did Police get the authority to arrest people for misdemeanors like littering or parking fines. Even driving off is a misdemeanor. No one was in danger according to both the victim and the officers reports. Well no one was in danger until the officer used lethal force. If you do not think a tazer can be lethal, let me know, I will give you a demonstration.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2155730/Woman-EIGHT-months-pregnant-Tasered-police-officer-parked-handicap-space.html
Film all encounters with law enforcement.
If the cop asks you about guns or drugs (or anything basically) and you answer no, you have given that officer probable cause. The correct response is “I do not consent to a search.”, followed by, “Am I free to go?” if the answer is “no” then, “Why are you detaining me.” Remember to respond to their questions with legitimate questions of your own. Any cooperation with their unlawful orders gives them authority that they otherwise don’t have.
I copied this page http://www.pulpless.com/gunclock/kleck1.html to my site because the background on that site makes it very hard to read. Then I added some images for entertainment and education. Watch the videos at the bottom.
The Prevalence and Nature of Self-Defense with a Gun
by Gary Kleck and Marc Gertz*
I. INTRODUCTIONCrime victims used to be ignored by criminologists. Then, beginning slowly in the 1940s and more rapidly in the 1970s, interest in the victim’s role in crime grew. Yet a tendency to treat the victim as either a passive target of another person’s wrongdoing or as a virtual