A Case of Immediate Over-Escalation

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Watch the following traffic stop:

A guy gets pulled over for the manufactured “crime” of “speeding” (no harm caused to anyone; merely a transgression of statute) and within seconds of demanding the driver’s “papers,” the Hero physically assaults the driver, attempting to forcibly remove him from his vehicle.

It appears that the driver did show the┬áHero his “papers.” But – apparently – he did not hand them over as immediately as demanded. This amounts to the “crime” known as Contempt of Cop. And it often incites an immediate over-the-top violent response.

It’s not the “speeding” this Hero is upset about but rather the driver’s failure to respect the Hero’s authoritah.

 

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