Black biker with gun pulled over by cops

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10/4/2016 2:41 PM

and no one got shot. Amazing how far a little common courtesy will get you. Between that and the CHL license, he ended up just getting a warning. wink

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10/4/2016 3:24 PM

True human decency on both ends. I've been in both situations and it puts a smile on my face to see a cop doing his job in a professional manner. I've also met the asshole cop who rushes you because you didn't stop for a full 3 seconds at the stop sign. Just like normal people there are both kinds out there.

This guy didn't hurt anyone regardless of his breaking of posted speed limits and splitting lanes and should be treated as such.

Good on both parties.

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10/4/2016 3:40 PM

Thanks for posting. He uploaded video Sept. 3rd and it's got 365,000 views. Cool.

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10/4/2016 4:12 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/4/2016 4:12 PM

Sad part is, this video will never see the light of day with the MSM due to no "racism", no "bigotry" and no shots fired.

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10/4/2016 4:30 PM
Edited Date/Time: 10/4/2016 4:31 PM

CNN will edit the video to show him being shot..

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10/4/2016 4:40 PM

See what happens when you act polite and comply? Thanks for posting

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10/4/2016 5:03 PM

Cool. Soon we'll have the donkeys in here saying it was an illegal seizure and all that nonsense. This is how 99℅ of the police interactions go. But obviously "police pull black man over, issue written warning" isn't a good news article.

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10/4/2016 6:46 PM

agn5009 wrote:

Cool. Soon we'll have the donkeys in here saying it was an illegal seizure and all that nonsense. This is how 99℅ of the police interactions go. But obviously "police pull black man over, issue written warning" isn't a good news article.

I don't know about 99% dude. I'm educated, white, and pretty lawful.
That said, if I've had 10 police interactions in my life MAYBE 5 were a situation with the professionalism exhibited in this video.
The others were much less than that.
My point being there are plenty of officers with hardons to show and enforce their power, regardless of if you rolled a stop sign or spit in their face you might be treated the same shitty way.

I'm in full agreement that this is not catching attention because it doesn't fit the 'incite conflict' agenda of mass media. Divide and conquer.

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10/4/2016 8:06 PM

I've come into contact with two dousche bag cops and a lot of great cops.

Amazing how black doesn't matter when the black guy has a bike with insurance thats registered to his name with a valid conceal license. Although he coulda got popped for printing or not concealing. Not sure what state he was in though.

Good story.

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GP740
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10/4/2016 8:17 PM

Bikers Lives Matter.

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10/4/2016 8:21 PM

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10/4/2016 8:21 PM

agn5009 wrote:

Cool. Soon we'll have the donkeys in here saying it was an illegal seizure and all that nonsense. This is how 99℅ of the police interactions go. But obviously "police pull black man over, issue written warning" isn't a good news article.

motoxracer723 wrote:

I don't know about 99% dude. I'm educated, white, and pretty lawful.
That said, if I've had 10 police interactions in my life MAYBE 5 were a situation with the professionalism exhibited in this video.
The others were much less than that.
My point being there are plenty of officers with hardons to show and enforce their power, regardless of if you rolled a stop sign or spit in their face you might be treated the same shitty way.

I'm in full agreement that this is not catching attention because it doesn't fit the 'incite conflict' agenda of mass media. Divide and conquer.

And I've been in contact with multiple shitty doctors, nurses, lawyers, engineers etc. Every profession has shitty people doing the jobs. The difference is we don't like to talk about those professions for some reason. Even though doctors literally hold people's lives in their hands, same as nurses. Lawyers are often times responsible for some people's financial well being. Engineers design essentially everything we come into contact on a daily basis.

And here's something to think about. The officer who pulled you over may have just left a certain call you couldn't even fathom being on. You have no idea what they may have been through prior to coming into contact with you. If you think for one second that going to a motor vehicle accident and seeing a child, or even a grown person dead, or a domestic with death or serious injury, or being berated because people don't seem to understand the difference between criminal and civil law, or constantly being criticized every second of every day doesn't wear on an officers temper then you're crazy.

Some cops are assholes, ain't no doubt about it. But just because one or a few haven't been "nice" to you it doesn't mean they're bad cops or bad at their jobs. Take into consideration what they may have had to deal with that particular day.

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10/5/2016 1:53 AM

I've been pulled over numerous times for minor traffic offenses while in legal possession of a handgun. Let them know immediately up front, show your license to carry, no erratic movements or disobeying orders, be polite and show them respect and I have left with warnings for the traffic violations in all but one instance.

People that have an attitude or act like an asshole and can't seem to obey simple orders tend to have a whole lot more problems with cops than those that don't.

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10/5/2016 6:53 AM

neverwasfastenuf wrote:

I've been pulled over numerous times for minor traffic offenses while in legal possession of a handgun. Let them know immediately up front, show your license to carry, no erratic movements or disobeying orders, be polite and show them respect and I have left with warnings for the traffic violations in all but one instance.

People that have an attitude or act like an asshole and can't seem to obey simple orders tend to have a whole lot more problems with cops than those that don't.

I did my own survey a few years back, each time I ran into a Texas State Trooper, I asked them this question:

If you were to pull me over for a routine traffic citation (speeding, expired inspection, signal light out, etc) would you want me to disclose, up front, that I have a firearm in the vehicle.

50% of them told me they did not need to know that and no need to bring it up.

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10/5/2016 7:02 AM
Edited Date/Time: 10/5/2016 7:23 AM

neverwasfastenuf wrote:

I've been pulled over numerous times for minor traffic offenses while in legal possession of a handgun. Let them know immediately up front, show your license to carry, no erratic movements or disobeying orders, be polite and show them respect and I have left with warnings for the traffic violations in all but one instance.

People that have an attitude or act like an asshole and can't seem to obey simple orders tend to have a whole lot more problems with cops than those that don't.

JAFO92 wrote:

I did my own survey a few years back, each time I ran into a Texas State Trooper, I asked them this question:

If you were to pull me over for a routine traffic citation (speeding, expired inspection, signal light out, etc) would you want me to disclose, up front, that I have a firearm in the vehicle.

50% of them told me they did not need to know that and no need to bring it up.

Most permits require you to inform the officer you are armed and have a permit to carry. Why not make it easy . Tell them. One sight of the gun without him knowing you will have his gun in your face

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10/5/2016 7:20 AM

neverwasfastenuf wrote:

I've been pulled over numerous times for minor traffic offenses while in legal possession of a handgun. Let them know immediately up front, show your license to carry, no erratic movements or disobeying orders, be polite and show them respect and I have left with warnings for the traffic violations in all but one instance.

People that have an attitude or act like an asshole and can't seem to obey simple orders tend to have a whole lot more problems with cops than those that don't.

JAFO92 wrote:

I did my own survey a few years back, each time I ran into a Texas State Trooper, I asked them this question:

If you were to pull me over for a routine traffic citation (speeding, expired inspection, signal light out, etc) would you want me to disclose, up front, that I have a firearm in the vehicle.

50% of them told me they did not need to know that and no need to bring it up.

mxb2 wrote:

Most permits require you to inform the officer you are armed and have a permit to carry. Why not make it easy . Tell them. One sight of the gun without him knowing you will have his gun in your face

I was told the same thing when I went through my concealed carry class. I was told to hand the officer my drivers license and my concealed license together and then the officer would instruct me on what to do next.

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10/5/2016 7:24 AM

JAFO92 wrote:

I did my own survey a few years back, each time I ran into a Texas State Trooper, I asked them this question:

If you were to pull me over for a routine traffic citation (speeding, expired inspection, signal light out, etc) would you want me to disclose, up front, that I have a firearm in the vehicle.

50% of them told me they did not need to know that and no need to bring it up.

mxb2 wrote:

Most permits require you to inform the officer you are armed and have a permit to carry. Why not make it easy . Tell them. One sight of the gun without him knowing you will have his gun in your face

hvaughn88 wrote:

I was told the same thing when I went through my concealed carry class. I was told to hand the officer my drivers license and my concealed license together and then the officer would instruct me on what to do next.

I don't move my hands until he instructs me to.

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10/5/2016 8:34 AM

Been pulled over twice carrying.

Both times hands on the wheel at 10-2. First thing I say when he gets to the window is "I am legally carrying a firearm in this vehicle. You are welcome to have me exit and take possession. "

Both times the cop thanked me but said not necessary. Asked me to get my registration and I said:" ok I would have to get in the glove box is that ok?"

I wouldn't do anything until he gave me permission. Not worth losing my life over for a miscommunication. I was on the east side of Cleveland. So these cops have to deal with real pieces of work.

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GP740
Since 1987

10/5/2016 8:37 AM

mxb2 wrote:

Most permits require you to inform the officer you are armed and have a permit to carry. Why not make it easy . Tell them. One sight of the gun without him knowing you will have his gun in your face

hvaughn88 wrote:

I was told the same thing when I went through my concealed carry class. I was told to hand the officer my drivers license and my concealed license together and then the officer would instruct me on what to do next.

mxb2 wrote:

I don't move my hands until he instructs me to.

absolutely.

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10/5/2016 8:41 AM
Edited Date/Time: 10/5/2016 8:46 AM

tunedlength wrote:

Wow. You won't see that story on 60 minutes. In that video I shot an unarmed guy. And got killed by an armed guy I thought wasn't armed. Fuck all that. That video blew my mind like the end of inception. Twice.

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GP740
Since 1987

10/5/2016 8:48 AM

tunedlength wrote:

Yep, I would have shot an unarmed person in that scenario.

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10/5/2016 8:49 AM

I shot him, too. Nice video.

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10/5/2016 9:28 AM
Edited Date/Time: 10/5/2016 9:29 AM

mxb2 wrote:

Most permits require you to inform the officer you are armed and have a permit to carry. Why not make it easy . Tell them. One sight of the gun without him knowing you will have his gun in your face

You dont need a permit in Texas to carry firearms in your vehicle.

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10/5/2016 1:36 PM

JAFO92 wrote:

You dont need a permit in Texas to carry firearms in your vehicle.

If the constitution is truly the law of the land you shouldn't need a permit to carry anywhere.

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10/5/2016 1:40 PM

JAFO92 wrote:

I did my own survey a few years back, each time I ran into a Texas State Trooper, I asked them this question:

If you were to pull me over for a routine traffic citation (speeding, expired inspection, signal light out, etc) would you want me to disclose, up front, that I have a firearm in the vehicle.

50% of them told me they did not need to know that and no need to bring it up.

mxb2 wrote:

Most permits require you to inform the officer you are armed and have a permit to carry. Why not make it easy . Tell them. One sight of the gun without him knowing you will have his gun in your face

JAFO92 wrote:

You dont need a permit in Texas to carry firearms in your vehicle.

Every state and permit is different. Imo it's best to inform the officer, common courtesy. To prevent any type of tragedy.

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10/5/2016 1:52 PM

mxb2 wrote:

Every state and permit is different. Imo it's best to inform the officer, common courtesy. To prevent any type of tragedy.

Dude, carrying pistols and rifles in vehicles is common as carrying your cellphone here. When I was in high school there wasnt a single pickup truck in the parking lot without at least one rifle on the gun rack.

Youre right, every state is different as was the Founders intention. In ole Tejas, we dont need a permit to haul guns around and theres no tragedies going down because of it. The only time theres a tragedy is when these morons act a fool and disrespect law enforcement and get their dumbasses shot.

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10/5/2016 1:53 PM

DirtyFilter75 wrote:

If the constitution is truly the law of the land you shouldn't need a permit to carry anywhere.

We've always been able to open carry a rifle/shotgun anywhere, and now we can open carry pistols with a permit.

Wont be long before we get Constitutional Carry here, just a matter of time.

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10/5/2016 9:49 PM

Uncle Tony wrote:

See what happens when you act polite and comply? Thanks for posting

Comply? I should not have to fear for my life just because I don't comply so long as I am not endangering the lives of others.

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10/5/2016 11:13 PM

1: I don't understand why the fuck you need a gun on you??
2: I think that's staged for public viewing.

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10/6/2016 3:31 AM

Uncle Tony wrote:

See what happens when you act polite and comply? Thanks for posting

Jimmy_Sloan wrote:

Comply? I should not have to fear for my life just because I don't comply so long as I am not endangering the lives of others.

The guy got pulled over for, oh wait you're from the Pacific Northwest forget it

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