If the cop says "do you mind if I search inside your underwear" and the guy says "okay," then yes.
WTF over-zealous police? - Page 258
So by allowing one's underwear to be searched one has given permission to have their asshole fingered by two men?
Of course...this video does not show permission being given for said search...in fact is seems to indicate his protests...
I also don't know how you [Piob] can say it's an "illegal stop" based on what's presented. It may not be "illegal" to drive without a tag, but that's not the relevant standard for whether a stop is legal -- cops can pull you over to investigate with only a "reasonable suspicion" a crime may have been committed. I don't know about paper tags in SC; in some states they have official temporary tags, in others, it's just something the dealer gives you as a courtesy to defray suspicion.
"It's just something the dealer gives you as a courtesy to defray suspicion?" Holey-I'm-just-making-shit-up-on-the-fly Batman! Most dealers are authorized to obtain tags for their customers. The dealer provides temporary paper tags which were issued by the DMV along with a registration and are good anywhere from 15 to 30 days. When the real tags arrive, the customer returns to the dealership and the dealer installs the hard tags.
But you already knew that didn't you?
Just be honest, you think that any dumb N***ers is almost assuredly a criminal, especially one driving a new car, and thus for the greater good of polite society they must be put down by any means necessary.
A little roadside ass raping is a small price to pay for freedom from the dark menace, no?
Well. You can have video footage of cops literally choking a man to death and still have bootlickers like ataturk chiming in about how they were in the right. So I guess they figure they can protect a cop for running a pedestrian over.
In any case, here's a little story about the mailman who got arrested, complete with info about how his fiancée is a cop:
NYPD lieutenant who oversaw postal worker’s rough arrest stripped of badge and gun
The NYPD lieutenant who supervised the cursing plainclothes cops who arrested an on-duty postal worker in Brooklyn earlier this month has been stripped of his badge and gun, the Daily News has learned.
Lt. Luis Machado was placed on modified duty in connection with the embarrassingly volatile clash between cops and postal employee Glen Grays in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Machado and three cops were zipping along in an unmarked car on March 17 when they nearly struck Grays postal truck, officials said. Grays shouted at the driver, who threw the car in reverse and screamed back at the mail carrier.
The four plainclothes cops got out of the car, slapped him in handcuffs, frisked him and carted him off to the 71st Precinct stationhouse where he was charged with resisting arrest. Video of the arrest has gone viral and sparked an Internal Affairs Bureau investigation.
Earlier this week, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said he had “strong concerns” about the officers’ actions.
Machado and his team — Police Officers Lazo Lluka, Miguel Rodriguez and David Savella — were immediately pulled from the elite conditions unit they were assigned to, Bratton said.
“I am very interested in the charge that was made against this individual, what he was arrested for and the validity of that,” Bratton said Tuesday. “Based on what I witnessed on the various videos I've reviewed I have strong concerns about the charge against that individual."
Grays, whose fiancee is a city cop, told the News Wednesday that he wants an apology from the officers. He agrees that they should be disciplined, but they should not lose their jobs, he said. “Honestly speaking, we're all human, we all make mistakes, but lately a lot of mistakes have been made by police officers,” Grays said.
On Wednesday Patrick Lynch, head of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association and who also posts on styleforum.net as Ataturk cautioned against a “rush to judgment.”
“Everyone, including the police commissioner, should withhold public comment until all the facts are in,” Lynch said.
He also put part of the blame on Grays.
“No one ever has the right to resist arrest,” Lynch continued. “Compliance is not optional.”
Edited by Rumpelstiltskin - 4/4/16 at 11:55am
Illegal stop ends in roadside probing of guys anus by two cops. Yes, two cops stick their fingers up this guys ass road side in a city setting. Article also contains many links to similar cases including some cops that decided digital vag searches were to be SOP roadside.
Horrible. I know in some cases (I don't know about this one) the person gives consent. The cops shouldn't be doing that stuff, but who gives consent to get probed in public?
@Harold falcon should start doing classes or posting YouTube vidoes.
No it isn't. You said: "it's just something the dealer gives you as a courtesy to defray suspicion."
There is no such thing as a non-official courtesy tag provided by a dealer. Either the dealer give you an official temp tag, an official hard tag or they give you nothing at all.
South Carolina (2003): http://savannahnow.com/stories/122902/LOCtags.shtml
Georgia: (2011): http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/news/story/2011/jan/07/georgia-law-on-auto-registration-revised/38729/