Injustice Anywhere: How Can We Trust Our Police Officers and Prosecutors Anymore?

How many innocent people are convicted on false charges from police?

It seems like every day we hear something in the news about another police shooting of an unarmed man or the mistreatment of its citizens during a checkpoint or traffic stop. Misconduct by Police encompasses illegal or unethical actions or the violation of individuals’ constitutional rights by police officers in the conduct of their duties. Examples of police misconduct include police brutality, dishonesty, fraud, coercion, torture to force confessions, abuse of authority, and sexual assault, including the demand for sexual favors in exchange for leniency. A quick search of Youtube and you can find all the evidence of this misconduct you want.

But, what if a police officer makes up charges? Can it happen? Does it happen?

What you are about to see in the video below is very true and quite disturbing. It was all caught on video. Had it not, this gentleman would have been prosecuted and he is clearly innocent of all charges.

Pay close attention to how the cops act during the traffic stop and see if you can point out any police misconduct. Notice how the cops tries assert his authority in order to get the man to just comply. The officer knew he was in the wrong and tries to use threats in order to get the man to just go along with the program. Then pay real close attention to Prosecutor Greenwood. He has some interesting things to say about how things really work.

The video is a little tough to watch. The guys does go into some detail of what is happening. Stay with it and you will see the ugly truth.

I verbally objected to an unconstitutional search of my vehicle in Electra, Texas. Police officers Matt Wood and Gary Ellis maliciously responded by issuing me two false citations. I got a copy of the dashboard-camera video at the pretrial hearing. It showed all. City attorney Todd Greenwood demanded I give my copy of the evidence back, and tried to have me arrested when I refused.

Todd Greenwood then compared rural Texas to the movie Deliverance, and warned me “What’s written down in the Constitution is one thing, and the real practice is another.”

All charges dropped. Section 1983 anyone?

How many times has this happened to someone who was not fortunate enough to have video?

It’s looking like our own Government poses as the biggest threat to us. The land of the free–where government is running amok, ruling with an iron first and where citizens feel less and less safe in the presence of police. It may feel safe to live in the US, but we are a full-blown police state–a reality where we are not welcome to question our police or speak out against our own government.

The scary part is how easily it could happen to any one of us. An innocent traffic stop can turn into a nightmare and spiral into a confusing and frightening justice system. Even if you are innocent it may cost you so much time, stress, energy, and money.

Think of all the innocent people who were arrested, sent trial and convicted over false charges. You are GUILTY until you prove yourself innocent. That is how it really works.

You should record all police and court encounters. Every phone has a video and audio recording device. USE IT!

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