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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    See...these are the kinds of incidents that should be brought forward. Obvious abuse by a cop. Should cost him his job at least and maybe a lot worse.

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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    How does one hold a can of iced tea in a "suspicious manner"? lol
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    LOL. I would like to know that too.

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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by americanwoman View Post
    Maybe this cop gets drunk off vanilla milkshakes Arizona Teas and assumed they are alcoholic beverages?
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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store - Fayetteville Observer: Local News



    Alright, this was unconstitutional... now what? Can we get to the bottom of why a guy dressed in normal clothes can arrest you just by saying he is a cop? If he had punched this guy out, would he have been defending himself or assaulting an officer? Is saying that he's an officer all it takes for someone to simply do as he says?
    Libero told the judge he was suspicious from the way Beatty was carrying the can.
    Charge, carrying a can in a suspicious manner- My oh my.
    From the link
    "There was absolutely nothing but Officer Libero said he held the can in a suspicious manner," Rogers said.
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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by OrphanSlug View Post
    Correct, we cannot discount the behavior of the guy shooting the video. I simply do not like the idea of officers looking to criminalize in any means plausible in place of admitting there was no justification for the confrontation in the first place.
    There are laws against consuming alcohol of any sort in the parking lot of a place that sells alcohol. Since this cop was an alcohol enflrcement officer, he had the right to ask.

    Secondly he gave the perp an opportunity to leave and he refused. This goes directly back to what I first stated

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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    Right, if we all just do what the police state tells us we'll be fine.
    Have the cops ever kicked your ass or arrested you without cause?
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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    There are laws against consuming alcohol of any sort in the parking lot of a place that sells alcohol. Since this cop was an alcohol enflrcement officer, he had the right to ask.

    Wrong, he had no right to ask, and no right to arrest as determined by the courts.



    Secondly he gave the perp an opportunity to leave and he refused. This goes directly back to what I first stated
    "perp"?

    Cooperation and compliance ....it's served me well for 50 + years.


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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    and here we go.... lol


    1. he had no badge, if it was me, and I wasn't carrying at the time, I'd choke his ass out.

    2. Why is it put on the citizen to be the professional, shouldn't the police have thicker skin to deal with the public than the public should have dealing with the police?


    This cop was out of his gourd, no badge, a pair of handcuffs, are you suggesting we should comply with strangers claiming to be cops and let them handcuff you?


    Would you reccommend this tactic for women late at night in parking lots?
    The cop was undercover alcohol enforcement but, he should have shown his badge.

    Be glad it wasn't you.

    As I say later, there are law about drinkng in the parking lots places that sell or serve.

    Women should ask for another officer to be ln scene and never tell the cop to ****off ( this wasn't at night)
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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    There are laws against consuming alcohol of any sort in the parking lot of a place that sells alcohol. Since this cop was an alcohol enflrcement officer, he had the right to ask.

    Secondly he gave the perp an opportunity to leave and he refused. This goes directly back to what I first stated

    Cooperation and compliance ....it's served me well for 50 + years.
    He gave the guy an opportunity to leave, when he wasn't trespassing or doing anything wrong? Are... are.. you being serious? Or is this a joke? I didn't know we needed police permission to stand in a parking lot and drink ice tea.
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    Re: Charges dismissed in Arizona Iced Tea arrest outside Fayetteville liquor store

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    You would let some dude without a badge put you in handcuffs?
    This is where the logical progression of giving so much power to cops leads. First, we are told to cooperate with cops in uniforms. Okay, done. Then, it's guys in civilian clothes flashing a badge. Now, it's guys who don't even need to flash a badge.
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