This is a great example of people calmly, rationally, and respectfully asserting their rights over their private property even when a police officer attempts to make it seem as though they have the right to not only enter private property but also handle private property without a warrant.
I believe that everyone should take this as a perfect example of how to deal with police. Clearly, these officers were familiar with the individuals filming and likely knew that they’d better get off their property and move along before they added to the already quite powerful complaint.
I also think it is worth noting that they said they didn’t need the supervisor to show up since they all work together. This is an often overlooked, but quite important point.
If you are expecting a supervisor to show up and publicly shame their buddies, you will be sorely disappointed. Unless you have time to kill, it is usually a better idea to just capture the events on camera for posterity and file a formal complaint with the internal affairs division of the police department or sheriff’s office.
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