U.S. Marshal Caught on Film Destroying Woman's Cell Phone

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Poor Poor person, have them go get another Obama phone, they are free.
    That darn Reagan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Maybe they did it for the privacy of the witness or convict. Whatever reason I'm sure the police acted in the best interest of everyone, except her of course.
    Oh come on now Ref. Anytime this stuff happens I look very hard to find reasons explanations on why an officer, Fed, or security type would do whatever it is I'm looking at. The vast majority of these people in this line of work are good people, but some may not be too bright and others are just jerks that go overboard.

    The incident a few weeks back with the "buy a badge" 70 something year old officer, seems like a good person, not to bright and had horrible training, if any traning at all.

    Guru would be able to attest to this more than I, but you are under a lot of stress and emotion, adrenalin running wild, but you still need to keep a cool head.

    If she desides to sue, she will get a settlement. As she should if she decides to go that route.

    Oddly enough, even though it should be common sense, a lot of people still think that you can't record them whej they are working such jobs. Again, the USSC has ruled on this.

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    And this is a reason why everyone needs to use an app that sends out the video/audio on a live stream to where it's also back up. You cannot destroy the video or audio

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    Remember the good old days when all the cops wanted to be on cops??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountain ref View Post
    Maybe they did it for the privacy of the witness or convict. Whatever reason I'm sure the police acted in the best interest of everyone, except her of course.
    If privacy was needed, then why arrest on a city sidewalk for all to see?

    Agree with Guru. If cops are not doing anything wrong, they should not be concerned about the filming.

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