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 The RIGHT Way to Handle a Police Stop

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hyperdude
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PostSubject: The RIGHT Way to Handle a Police Stop    Sat Aug 11, 2012 6:29 am

I just watched this and I have to say, the makers bring up some excellent points that you really should put into your head and make them a common practice. Think it out ahead of time cause the odds are you will be pulled over someday/sometime.

Enjoy and I look forward to hearing your comments/ideas/thoughts.



I thought this was very important as our country (USA) slips ever so far down the slippery slope into a Police State.
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PostSubject: Re: The RIGHT Way to Handle a Police Stop    Sat Aug 11, 2012 6:31 am

I have been pulled over countless times and never, not once, has a police officer acted like that.

This is a straight up propaganda video to get people to be afraid of the police. My experience with the police has lead me to the conclusion that the best way to deal with the police is to not break the law in the first place and they will leave you alone. If you do break the law for some minor thing like speeding and get stopped then just be nice and alot of the time they will let you off with a warning. If you are committing a felony on the other hand, you deserve what you get. Just my opinion though. Laughing
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