by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:
Here’s some food for thought for those who think they are above the law because they are in positions of authority:
Better check your speed… they are out there watching.
So-called “public servants” can be accountable, too, and this video is proof that holding police accountable doesn’t have to lead to dangerous or violent encounters, and doesn’t have to result in arrest or persecution.
In fact, the traffic stop ended with the officer apologizing for speeding! How’s that for a reversal of the typical traffic stop situation?
A man put a police officer under a citizen’s arrest when he noticed the Texas state trooper speeding without flashing his emergency lights. It was all caught on the citizen’s dashboard camera.
Phillip Turner claims that on Monday night, he noticed a Texas trooper flying down Interstate-35 sans emergency lights and going well over the speed limit. Turner is no stranger to interacting with the police: He is a videographer for the police watchdog group Photography is Not a Crime.
The Austin resident followed the trooper and flashed his brights at him, then both pulled over.
When the trooper exited the vehicle, he asked Turner if there was a reason why he was flashing him.
Check out this amazing dashcam video from Photography Is Not A Crime (PINAC) correspondent Phillip Turner, an Austin resident.
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