The stars at night are big and bright...

The stars at night are big and bright...
The stars at night are big and bright...

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

And Another...

2 things real quick. First this is obviously a stolen bit from Liberally Lean that has been repurposed. All copyrights are clearly infringing.

Second, I really don't intend to turn this into a cop bashing forum or some sort of witch hunt, but this happened right after I posted yesterday and it makes me ragey.  Holy shee-it!

From CBS San Francisco:

A Rohnert Park policeman was captured on video pulling his gun on the man who was recording him on his cellphone in a residential neighborhood court.
The officer appears in a YouTube video approaching the man, identified in the YouTube caption as Don McComas, first in his patrol vehicle and after a couple minutes on foot after stepping out of the vehicle.
The unnamed officer is heard ordering the man to take his hand out of his pocket, and when the man refuses the officer pulls his gun out of his holster.
During the confrontation, McComas tells the officer, “Put your gun away!” and “you don’t touch me,” as he backs away from the officer.
When McComas asks what he has done wrong, the officer said “you take a picture of me, I take a picture of you.”
McComas also told the officer “you guys have done enough to my family.” When asked by the officer what was wrong, he responded, “Your station is corrupt,” to which the officer replies, “Are you some kind of a constitutionalist crazy guy, or something like that?”
On his Facebook page, McComas refers to “lies and distrust I’ve encountered from the Rohnert Park & Petaluma Police over the last 15 months is something I wouldn’t ever believe if I heard it from someone else.”
On the City of Rohnert Park Police & Fire Facebook page, a statement attributed to Mayor Amy Ahanotu and City Manager Darring Jenkins said the department would conduct an internal review of the confrontation.

1 comment:

Denney Crane said...

That was the strangest LEO encounter video I've seen in awhile.