Rogue Nation Arrested Dallas Georgia

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28 thoughts on “Rogue Nation Arrested Dallas Georgia

  1. The only real defense is to have the resources to fight the abuses in court and make the cops also have to chip in to fund you with the settlement.

  2. <<<<<< ATTENTION …. ANY MINUTE NOW THIS "james madison" GUY IS GONNA BLOCK ME BECAUSE I'M CALLING HIM AND ALL THE OTHER MORONS WHO CALL THEMSELVES "AUDITORS" OUT ON THEIR BS. They hate to be reminded that most ordinary citizens know their BS is just a silly YouTube act, and these clowns who call themselves "auditors" are only out to make a quick buck. They hate to be reminded that their BS has nothing to do with rights, freedom, or the constitution … it's all about likes, views, subscriptions and trying to provoke cops into overreacting so they can sue a PD and hopefully win a settlement. That is what the whole "auditing" act is about.

  3. well maybe of rogue would not have walked INISDE the DMV with his camera or turned it off when asked to he would not have been arrested. It was his own fault. A lot of business can say no filming inside.

  4. You claim to be "activists" … "constitutionalists" … "standing up for our rights" … what BS! All this nonsense is really just to make money … sell T shirts etc … what a bunch of punks you all are.

  5. They're holding his gear as evidence. Yep, evidence of police misconduct, and illegal arrest. I'd bet that's exactly what it shows……..

  6. Pardon me, but you are a very handsome man; a ginger with gapped front teeth! Be still my heart. If I was a little (a lot) younger……

  7. Whether we can take a photograph is determined by whether the subject has a reasonable expectation of privacy or seclusion. If not — if he’s visible to the public (even on private property) — photography is legal. The logic is simple: If you can see it, you can photograph it. If it requires extraordinary means to see (e.g., using a telephoto lens, or trespassing on property not open to the public such as a private office), then you may not be able to photograph it legally. According to the American Law Institute: One who intentionally intrudes, physically or otherwise, upon the solitude or seclusion of another or his private affairs or concerns, is subject to liability to the other for invasion of privacy, if the intrusion would be highly offensive to a reasonable person. —Restatement (Second) of Torts, § 652B According to the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press’s Photographers’ Guide to Privacy, “If the subject of the photograph has no reasonable expectation of privacy, then no invasion of privacy is possible. Photographs taken in public places generally are not actionable. Photos of crimes, arrests and accidents usually are considered newsworthy and immune from privacy claims.” A public place can be privately owned — examples are a mall, building lobby, or office building shared by multiple businesses. Trespassing and photographing are two separate things. A photographer can trespass and still take legal photos, and a photographer can be in a public place and still take illegal photos. The test of the legality of the photograph is whether it intrudes on a person’s right to seclusion (e.g., using a telephoto lens to shoot into someone’s private office, or simply entering that office when not invited). A photographer is not trespassing, even on private property, if such a place is open to the public. There is no need to get specific permission to enter any facility that is open to the public, including office buildings, malls, banks, etc. Of course, that permission can be revoked. Photographers can be asked to stop shooting or to leave, but are not at that point trespassing unless they refuse to comply. But they do not have to turn over his film or digital media. According to The Photographer’s Right, by Bert P. Krages, an attorney in Portland, Ore., and author of the Legal Handbook for Photographers: Sometimes agents acting for entities such as owners of industrial plants and shopping malls may ask you to hand over your film. Absent a court order, private parties have no right to confiscate your film. Taking your film directly or indirectly by threatening to use force or call a law enforcement agency can constitute criminal offenses such as theft and coercion. It can likewise constitute a civil tort such as conversion. Law enforcement officers may have the authority to seize film when making an arrest but otherwise must obtain a court order.

  8. A great civil rights attorney in Georgia is Mark Bullman of the Bullman Law group..he doesn't ever have a problem winning my rights violations cases

  9. The whole "auditor" thing is just a YouTube act. If these guys were honest they'd admit the truth, and own up to the real motivation behind their childish nonsense. These clowns who call themselves "auditors" are after likes, views, subscriptions and "donations". But their ultimate goal is to provoke a police officer into overreacting so they can sue a PD and possibly win a settlement. Their act has nothing to do with rights, freedom or the constitution. They use our rights as an excuse to antagonize municipal workers and police officers just so they can post video of themselves doing it. Fortunately they are all forced to quit eventually because they stack up arrests and fines. Then, it's either get locked up for a year, and pay tons in fines … or quit the BS. They all quit eventually. In the end, all auditors get dismissed, and do the ultimate walk of shame.

  10. Governor Kemp and Secretary of State Raffenberger are being investigated for certifying false ballot tallies throughout Georgia. Is it any wonder that those under him behave in a similar criminal manner?

  11. The bigger you get-the bigger the target that’s on your back. Two years ago the Police Unions up North declared war on “auditors”. It’s made it’s way down South in the last year or so. The Union has told officers to arrest “auditors” for anything they can-get them jailed and IDd and cost them money. That’s their game. And in most places and incidence the Officers are gonna have qualified immunity and nothing can be done to punish the crooked cops.

  12. The secondary charge of resisting arrest without violence in the state of Florida is typical.. it's a contempt of cop charge… how does one resist arrest without violence?

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