You have got to see the other videos on this article…please read through this for I hope it initiates others to do the same WITHOUT HOSTILITY…-A.M.
Like NSA leaker Edward Snowden, ordinary Americans pushing back against authority
By Neil Macdonald, CBC News Posted: Jan 16, 2014 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Jan 16, 2014 7:48 AM ET
A 21-year-old motorist, knowing his legal rights, refuses to get out of his car or follow a policeman’s orders unless he is told he is being formally detained. (YouTube)
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Increasingly, and openly, ordinary Americans are committing a legal act that some police nonetheless regard as among the most heinous of all offences: it’s called contempt of cop.
It’s otherwise known as asserting your constitutional rights.
Citizens, feeling empowered, are pointing smartphones, rather than just an accusing finger, at abusive authorities.
Civil libertarians with hidden cameras are challenging the so-called “suspicion-less” roadblocks that police set up to catch lawbreakers. Motorists and others are fighting back in the courts and online against police shakedown rackets on U.S. highways and elsewhere.