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Video: Do NOT Talk to the Police

Written by Gary North on September 20, 2014

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12 thoughts on “Video: Do NOT Talk to the Police

  1. Been out there for years, but always good, especially as police get more out of control every day.

  2. LOVE this! First time I have seen this video. I will add a couple things: Know the MARANDA warning. It states " Anything you say can and will be used against you". Notice the words "Can and Will". Unfortunately, the Maranda warning is often give when Too Late, AND most citizens do not understand their rights anyway. Last, let me give you some very GOOD advice from my Lawyer Friend Melvin M.: "Deny, Deny, Deny, Admit Nothing, Make cross Accusations (blame others)". The best way to avoid talking to Police is to simply say " My Lawyer advises Me NOT to talk to you". End of Story.

  3. "The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws." Tacticus

  4. used to be a liberal says:

    Eyes, ears open, mouth shut, works very well.

  5. Recently it has been reported that silence may be used against you. It can be taken that you are guilty. The Constitution is almost gone.

  6. If were innocent as the pure driven snow, I wouldn't talk to them because they're looking for the easy way out and the easy way out is to not have to work hard and get the real guy.

  7. Stuart Shepherd says:

    For real! I work at Starbucks in Washington, DC, where our JOB is to be friendly to the customers. An officer (DC, I believe, there are so many around here it's hard to know but he had a gun) stood in line and stood in line. When he got to the counter I said "Good morning, officer, what can I get for you?!" He said (in a very rough voice)- "It's a crime to talk back to an officer" I turned around with a smile, knowing he had to be joking with me, to see a very serious angry threatening look. I just couldn't believe it. Usually, we just give free cups of coffee to police officers. I charged him. It might seem small, but it was very scary the way he reacted to me. There was definitely something wrong with him.

  8. redmeatstate says:

    anymore they're just as likely to gun you down instead!!

  9. Phillip the Bruce says:

    True – you have to tell them you are exercising your 5th Amendment right to remain silent. Should NOT be that way, but there it is.

  10. Yeah, one of those “It’s a I-just-made-it-up-out-of-thin-air-and-pulled-it-out-of-my-ass crimes…”.

  11. I used to think, "Tell the truth-you have nothing to fear". Now, I'm sad to say, I don't believe this anymore. It's a sorry state for our country when distrust of the Police has reached so low a level.

  12. Hey, he has the exact same attitude that gangbangers do! But then, he's a defense lawyer, so I guess I'm not too surprised.