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2013-05-02 05:05:17 AM  
 
2013-05-02 08:30:55 AM  
Man gets arrested for drinking Arizona Ice tea  while black.

/FTFY
 
2013-05-02 09:16:53 AM  
His bigger crime is bothering to put those nice rims on a frigging Chrysler.
 
2013-05-02 11:07:44 AM  

YodaBlues: Man gets arrested for drinking Arizona Ice tea  while black.

/FTFY


Could have been worse, if he'd done it in Florida, a Neighborhood Watch volunteer might have summarily executed him on the spot for it and said he was Standing His Ground.
 
2013-05-02 11:15:58 AM  
"Man gets arrested for not leaving the premises when told to"
 
2013-05-02 11:46:50 AM  
The guy claimed to be police, but did he ever show ID?
 
2013-05-02 11:53:55 AM  

PsyLord: The guy claimed to be police, but did he ever show ID?


Just look at that 'stache. There's no way he's not a cop!
 
2013-05-02 11:55:55 AM  
Another video of innocuous behavior appearing to be troublesome at first, and then spinning out of control when the person is mildly belligerent when confronted?

Let's look at it from the liquor store's perspective.

They're probably in a state of continual defense for previously-allowing loitering, so were forced to hire a guard to shoo away people, or lose their liquor license.  The guard was checking the guy out for appearing to loiter and drinking out of a can.  Soda cans have been known to be filled with intoxicating beverages to trick those in authority (I did it myself all the time in college).  The apparent loiterer wouldn't hand the can over for inspection or smelling, so the situation escalated into an arrest.

Seriously, people, when will the common sense of realizing the situation from the other party's perspective kick in and avoid these stupid complaint videos?
 
2013-05-02 11:56:21 AM  
I'm surprised the cops never told them to stop filming.  I know there was a cop car in Part 2, but something about this doesn't seem right to me.
 
2013-05-02 11:57:56 AM  
Well looks like some cops are going to be put on administrative leave...
 
2013-05-02 12:00:26 PM  

Electric_Banana: I'm surprised the cops never told them to stop filming.  I know there was a cop car in Part 2, but something about this doesn't seem right to me.


I feel exactly the same way ...the whole thing smells of being staged.
 
2013-05-02 12:00:40 PM  
Well, police do have that power privelage......FFS
 
2013-05-02 12:03:08 PM  
Got to side with the brother on this one. Once security found out it wasn't alcohol, he could have easily said "dude, we have trouble all the time here. I thought you were drinking. You weren't. But hanging out in this parking lot, looking like your drinking, gives us alot of trouble. Can you either go buy something or move on? I don't need people loitering. It's a big pain in my ass. Thanks"

Although he also could have just given the security guy the can to show no alcohol. Pulling away like that escalates it.
 
2013-05-02 12:10:46 PM  
i dont think the 'dope' beat in the background if of much help
 
2013-05-02 12:12:42 PM  

boyvoyeur: Although he also could have just given the security guy the can to show no alcohol. Pulling away like that escalates it.


THIS^^^^^^^

Society is give and take.  Technically the guy was loitering, so just give up the can and everyone would have been cool.
 
2013-05-02 12:17:32 PM  

fickenchucker: Another video of innocuous behavior appearing to be troublesome at first, and then spinning out of control when the person is mildly belligerent when confronted?

Let's look at it from the liquor store's perspective.

They're probably in a state of continual defense for previously-allowing loitering, so were forced to hire a guard to shoo away people, or lose their liquor license.  The guard was checking the guy out for appearing to loiter and drinking out of a can.  Soda cans have been known to be filled with intoxicating beverages to trick those in authority (I did it myself all the time in college).  The apparent loiterer wouldn't hand the can over for inspection or smelling, so the situation escalated into an arrest.

Seriously, people, when will the common sense of realizing the situation from the other party's perspective kick in and avoid these stupid complaint videos?


There is no way in hell I'm handing over my beverage to a complete stranger who walks up to me and demands it.  Maybe if he was acting as a security gaurd, he should have been dressed like one or in some way proven his credentials before making demands.  This cop is a piece of shiat who just wants to throw his weight around.  The victim was arrested for Contempt Of Cop and for Being Black In Public.
 
2013-05-02 12:19:09 PM  
Once again I have mixed feelings on this one so again I will go with my theory that everyone in the world is an insufferable douchenozzle.
 
2013-05-02 12:19:32 PM  
Knowing that cops are inclined to be assholes...we civilians must act accordingly.

The dude should have politely handed him the can and said: "I didn't put any alcohol in this"

Enough of the whole "black" thing. I am a white guy and have been bullied by white cops too.
 
2013-05-02 12:22:15 PM  

craigdamage: The dude should have politely handed him the can and said: "I didn't put any alcohol in this"


Why?  Who says he was a cop?  He never properly identified himself.  Maybe he was some jackhole who wanted to slip something into the guy's drink and he's pretending to be a cop to get his hands on it.  No ID? Sorry, you're not a cop.
 
Bf+
2013-05-02 12:35:15 PM  

Perlin Noise: Electric_Banana: I'm surprised the cops never told them to stop filming.  I know there was a cop car in Part 2, but something about this doesn't seem right to me.
I feel exactly the same way ...the whole thing smells of being staged.


Except this is one of those things you don't really have to stage.
This shiat happens often enough that you don't really need to put in all the effort to actually stage it.
 
2013-05-02 12:42:32 PM  
wow... and cops wonder why no one likes them... what is it with white cops when confronting people of color (black, mexican, etc.). do they have something to prove? and I am not trying to be snarky. it's a serious question. seems that every time something like this happens the enforcer is usually white and the 'victim' is black/brown/shades of color...
 
2013-05-02 01:03:16 PM  
I wouldnt have given that jackwagon the can either. I dont hate cops by any means, but that powertripping a-hole needs to calm the F down.
 
2013-05-02 01:03:42 PM  
I'm sure they would like to hear some suggestions from the public on how to better handle situations like this.
http://police.ci.fayetteville.nc.us/contact.aspx
 
2013-05-02 01:18:25 PM  
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Arrested for being a douche. The (probably off-duty acting as security) policeman also probably thought the guy had alcohol in the can, which does certainly happen.  I knew people back in my teenage car cruising days that used to buy a pop at McDs and add a "little something" - same for bottles or cans of pop. Cops aren't stupid... the label is absolutely NO indication of what is in the can.
 
2013-05-02 01:23:03 PM  
Oh sweet... just found this in my GIS...

www.blackcelebkids.com

I wish the police had been at the Flint Golden Corral a couple of weeks ago to arrest an idiot for "disorderly conduct" when he came in sporting pants hanging BELOW his underwear, showing off his nasty tracks.

Idiotic trends are idiotic. I'm amazed that a "Fad" that started as a way for prison punks to advertise they were available to get farked in the ass has lasted so long.
 
2013-05-02 01:24:02 PM  

Bf+: Perlin Noise: Electric_Banana: I'm surprised the cops never told them to stop filming.  I know there was a cop car in Part 2, but something about this doesn't seem right to me.
I feel exactly the same way ...the whole thing smells of being staged.

Except this is one of those things you don't really have to stage.
This shiat happens often enough that you don't really need to put in all the effort to actually stage it.


Oh, I agree about that.  I'm as white as you can get and I've been "hassled" by the man plenty of times.  I probably would have just said "here, take a smell if you think it is liquor".  I've learned in my years that you aren't going to beat the police on the street.  Letting a cop take a whiff of my Arnold Palmer is not that big of a deal to me.

Just seems fishy to me that the guy identified himself as th po' lease and they never told anyone to stop filming.  Even if it is real, I really wouldn't be surprised to learn that they were hanging out there and filming just to get a reaction out of somebody.
 
2013-05-02 01:26:35 PM  

Bf+: Except this is one of those things you don't really have to stage.
This shiat happens often enough that you don't really need to put in all the effort to actually stage it.


Yeah, I totally agree with that and it makes the whole video somewhat odd.
 
2013-05-02 02:06:35 PM  
Thug ass pig.  Hopefully this asshole gets fired.  But of course his good ol' fellow gang member jack booted thugs will swear under oath that the black dude had 4 oz or crack on him.
 
2013-05-02 02:11:28 PM  

LesserEvil: Idiotic trends are idiotic. I'm amazed that a "Fad" that started as a way for prison punks to advertise they were available to get farked in the ass has lasted so long.


Um...

http://www.snopes.com/risque/homosex/sagging.asp
 
2013-05-02 02:20:57 PM  
Better question: Where in the hell did he find a non-diet Arnold Palmer!? I would figuratively do anything for one of those bad boys.

www.fayewebster.com
This is an atrocity.
 
2013-05-02 02:23:23 PM  
Shenanigans
 
2013-05-02 02:28:13 PM  
That man's lucky he didn't have any Skittles on him.
 
2013-05-02 02:29:54 PM  
The cop said "criminal trespass"    Now, I know there are some states where you cant consume anything purchased AT the store on the property, but I always assumed that meant any alcoholic beverages.
 
2013-05-02 02:41:03 PM  

Gryphon: LesserEvil: Idiotic trends are idiotic. I'm amazed that a "Fad" that started as a way for prison punks to advertise they were available to get farked in the ass has lasted so long.

Um...

http://www.snopes.com/risque/homosex/sagging.asp


This is one of those cases where Snopes tries way too hard to to explain way something by dismissing the obvious without any real attempt to check it.

I'll stick with my explanation. It makes more sense that these idiots are "on the down low" trolling for butt sex, than that they are emulating baggy prison garb.

At least it makes it easier to foil thieves.
 
2013-05-02 02:47:42 PM  
There's a time and place to commit comtempt of cop and outside while black isn't one of them
 
2013-05-02 02:47:48 PM  
Looks staged to me.
 
2013-05-02 02:50:38 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: His bigger crime is bothering to put those nice rims on a frigging Chrysler.


That Chrysler is on an E-Class chassis.
 
2013-05-02 02:59:46 PM  
 
2013-05-02 03:13:00 PM  

fickenchucker: boyvoyeur: Although he also could have just given the security guy the can to show no alcohol. Pulling away like that escalates it.

THIS^^^^^^^

Society is give and take.  Technically the guy was loitering, so just give up the can and everyone would have been cool.


Then you go from " Suspected there was alcohol in the can" to " I smelled alcohol in the can" whether there was any or not. Innocent or guilty NEVER give a cop anything to use against you. It says in the Miranda rights "anything you say CAN and WILL be used against you. Not   MAY or  MIGHT. A cop can turn anything you do or say into a confession really quick. I would hope that "cop" lost his job but he probably got a promotion
 
2013-05-02 03:20:16 PM  

titwrench: fickenchucker: boyvoyeur: Although he also could have just given the security guy the can to show no alcohol. Pulling away like that escalates it.

THIS^^^^^^^

Society is give and take.  Technically the guy was loitering, so just give up the can and everyone would have been cool.

Then you go from " Suspected there was alcohol in the can" to " I smelled alcohol in the can" whether there was any or not. Innocent or guilty NEVER give a cop anything to use against you. It says in the Miranda rights "anything you say CAN and WILL be used against you. Not   MAY or  MIGHT. A cop can turn anything you do or say into a confession really quick. I would hope that "cop" lost his job but he probably got a promotion


Paranoid much?

Of course, I'm the guy who has barfed or passed out in public a half-dozen times over the years.  The cop at Summerfest parted the shrubbery and told me to start walking or go to jail.

/It's amazing how little it takes to be considered "walking" in Wisconsin.
 
2013-05-02 03:30:01 PM  

LesserEvil: I wish the police had been at the Flint Golden Corral a couple of weeks ago to arrest an idiot for "disorderly conduct" when he came in sporting pants hanging BELOW his underwear, showing off his nasty tracks.

Idiotic trends are idiotic. I'm amazed that a "Fad" that started as a way for prison punks to advertise they were available to get farked in the ass has lasted so long.



Do you like it when women shave their legs?  I'm amazed that a fad that allowed prostitutes to pretend to be underage girls has hung around so long.
 
2013-05-02 03:38:46 PM  

fickenchucker: titwrench: fickenchucker: boyvoyeur: Although he also could have just given the security guy the can to show no alcohol. Pulling away like that escalates it.

THIS^^^^^^^

Society is give and take.  Technically the guy was loitering, so just give up the can and everyone would have been cool.

Then you go from " Suspected there was alcohol in the can" to " I smelled alcohol in the can" whether there was any or not. Innocent or guilty NEVER give a cop anything to use against you. It says in the Miranda rights "anything you say CAN and WILL be used against you. Not   MAY or  MIGHT. A cop can turn anything you do or say into a confession really quick. I would hope that "cop" lost his job but he probably got a promotion

Paranoid much?

Of course, I'm the guy who has barfed or passed out in public a half-dozen times over the years.  The cop at Summerfest parted the shrubbery and told me to start walking or go to jail.

/It's amazing how little it takes to be considered "walking" in Wisconsin.


Paranoid? No. I have seen my minority friends go through some stupid shiat when they were doing nothing wrong. I have stories for days of cops abusing power that I have witnessed. I had a cop try and walk into my house because he was next door and thought he smelled weed in my house. My door was unlocked and he just opened it and started to walk in. He got two steps in when I stopped him and told him to leave. He tried to claim that once he was in there was nothing I could do to stop him. Little did he know I had his boss on speed dial because I used to date his daughter and we still get along.
 
Ant
2013-05-02 04:04:04 PM  

LesserEvil: I'm amazed that a "Fad" that started as a way for prison punks to advertise they were available to get farked in the ass has lasted so long.


I am highly skeptical about that origin story.
 
2013-05-02 04:10:12 PM  

titwrench: fickenchucker: titwrench: fickenchucker: boyvoyeur: Although he also could have just given the security guy the can to show no alcohol. Pulling away like that escalates it.

THIS^^^^^^^

Society is give and take.  Technically the guy was loitering, so just give up the can and everyone would have been cool.

Then you go from " Suspected there was alcohol in the can" to " I smelled alcohol in the can" whether there was any or not. Innocent or guilty NEVER give a cop anything to use against you. It says in the Miranda rights "anything you say CAN and WILL be used against you. Not   MAY or  MIGHT. A cop can turn anything you do or say into a confession really quick. I would hope that "cop" lost his job but he probably got a promotion

Paranoid much?

Of course, I'm the guy who has barfed or passed out in public a half-dozen times over the years.  The cop at Summerfest parted the shrubbery and told me to start walking or go to jail.

/It's amazing how little it takes to be considered "walking" in Wisconsin.

Paranoid? No. I have seen my minority friends go through some stupid shiat when they were doing nothing wrong. I have stories for days of cops abusing power that I have witnessed. I had a cop try and walk into my house because he was next door and thought he smelled weed in my house. My door was unlocked and he just opened it and started to walk in. He got two steps in when I stopped him and told him to leave. He tried to claim that once he was in there was nothing I could do to stop him. Little did he know I had his boss on speed dial because I used to date his daughter and we still get along.


I guess our experiences shape our degree of sensitivity.  I've never been hassled by the cops.

Had an Indiana one try to write this out-of-state driver a ticket for speeding I wasn't doing, but he never filed it after I got in his face and called bullshiat in front of witnesses.
 
2013-05-02 04:23:03 PM  

Hector Remarkable: Shenanigans

 
2013-05-02 04:23:11 PM  

fickenchucker: Another video of innocuous behavior appearing to be troublesome at first, and then spinning out of control when the person is mildly belligerent when confronted?

Let's look at it from the liquor store's perspective.

They're probably in a state of continual defense for previously-allowing loitering, so were forced to hire a guard to shoo away people, or lose their liquor license.  The guard was checking the guy out for appearing to loiter and drinking out of a can.  Soda cans have been known to be filled with intoxicating beverages to trick those in authority (I did it myself all the time in college).  The apparent loiterer wouldn't hand the can over for inspection or smelling, so the situation escalated into an arrest.

Seriously, people, when will the common sense of realizing the situation from the other party's perspective kick in and avoid these stupid complaint videos?


The guy wants to look at the ingredients. That behavior does not line up with someone who thinks the can was filled with alcohol after opening. It does line up with a pig or want to be pig on a power trip. It's not illegal to drink tea.
 
2013-05-02 04:49:44 PM  
2:13 - "My badge is right here, you've got 5 seconds to leave."

Parking lot of a business is not public property and you can be asked to leave at any time for any reason. If you refuse, the business can ask that you be removed by law enforcement.

If a cop (looks to be,) you're disobeying a lawful order (trespassing - refusing to leave.)

If not a cop, same result. If he's acting as an agent/employee of the liquor store, he's asking that you leave - he doesn't need a reason.

Turns out, he's a cop (if you watch the whole thing.)
 
2013-05-02 04:57:33 PM  
Funny irony.

My ex-wife loved that stuff with a shot of vodka mixed in.
 
2013-05-02 05:04:01 PM  

blorpen: PsyLord: The guy claimed to be police, but did he ever show ID?

Just look at that 'stache. There's no way he's not a cop!


images1.cliqueclack.com

"He can't be gay!  He has a moustache!"
 
2013-05-02 05:05:02 PM  

Silverstaff: YodaBlues: Man gets arrested for drinking Arizona Ice tea  while black.

/FTFY

Could have been worse, if he'd done it in Florida, a Neighborhood Watch volunteer might have summarily executed him on the spot for it and said he was Standing His Ground.


...but they would have never done that if the black guy hadn't attacked them first! OMG HE BRUSHED MY JACKET! ATTACK! *BLAM BLAM BLAM*
 
2013-05-02 05:07:24 PM  

craigdamage: Knowing that cops are inclined to be assholes...we civilians must act accordingly.

The dude should have politely handed him the can and said: "I didn't put any alcohol in this"

Enough of the whole "black" thing. I am a white guy and have been bullied by white cops too.


...and yet you suggested that the guy comply with a cop? How farking naive are you, man?
 
2013-05-02 05:17:43 PM  

Falcon Hunter: 2:13 - "My badge is right here, you've got 5 seconds to leave."


>>He spent over two minutes escalating the situation before inadequately identifying himself as a cop (flashing your badge for a millisecond under your coat does not qualify as positive identification).

Parking lot of a business is not public property and you can be asked to leave at any time for any reason. If you refuse, the business can ask that you be removed by law enforcement.

If a cop (looks to be,) you're disobeying a lawful order (trespassing - refusing to leave.)

If not a cop, same result. If he's acting as an agent/employee of the liquor store, he's asking that you leave - he doesn't need a reason.


>>The victim has absolutely no reason to believe that the thug was either a cop or an agent/employee of the liquor store.  From his point of view, a lunatic ran up to him and demanded that he hand over his iced tea.  No reasonable person could possibly think that the thug was anything other than a lunatic.  Furthermore, after the thug demanded that he leave, he tried to get into his car, but committed the crime of Contempt Of Cop by mouthing off as he was leaving.
 
2013-05-02 05:23:44 PM  
That "cop" needs a good beating. What an idiot.
 
2013-05-02 05:28:24 PM  
Was told to leave, didn't, got arrested. What's the problem?
 
2013-05-02 06:03:51 PM  
The guy offered no proof of who he was including any proof that he was authorized to tell anyone to leave the property.  Still if it had been me I would have left and got the owners info from the local court house or better business bureau.  Showed the owner the video of the asshat not doing his job correctly.  If the owner or manager or whomever didn't see a problem with that I just wouldn't shop there anymore.  The fact that he ignored the drunk dipshiat tells me this guy was just out there being a douche.
 
2013-05-02 06:30:07 PM  
He's lucky he wasn't in Florida.
 
2013-05-02 06:49:00 PM  

Revek: The guy offered no proof of who he was including any proof that he was authorized to tell anyone to leave the property.  Still if it had been me I would have left and got the owners info from the local court house or better business bureau.  Showed the owner the video of the asshat not doing his job correctly.  If the owner or manager or whomever didn't see a problem with that I just wouldn't shop there anymore.  The fact that he ignored the drunk dipshiat tells me this guy was just out there being a douche.


He tried to leave.  The video clearly shows him going back to his car and trying to open the door, but the douchebag cop wasn't done swinging his dick around yet.
 
2013-05-02 07:22:33 PM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: He tried to leave.


Like most people, he tried to leave after the cop told him he was under arrest. Funny how that works.
 
2013-05-02 07:26:09 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: He tried to leave.

Like most people, he tried to leave after the cop told him he was under arrest. Funny how that works.


I still maintain that the cop had no authority to arrest him.  I think this guy is going to get paid.
 
2013-05-02 07:29:14 PM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: I still maintain that the cop had no authority to arrest him.


The cop was working as hired security for a liquor store in the ghetto. He has full authority to tell him to leave and then arrest him when he didn't.
 
2013-05-02 07:40:00 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: I still maintain that the cop had no authority to arrest him.

The cop was working as hired security for a liquor store in the ghetto. He has full authority to tell him to leave and then arrest him when he didn't.


He never properly identified himself.  All he did was escalate.  He only succeeded in making the problem  much worse than it needed to be.
 
2013-05-02 07:42:39 PM  

Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: He never properly identified himself.  All he did was escalate.  He only succeeded in making the problem  much worse than it needed to be.


He absolutely identified himself and I'm willing to bet that everybody knew who he was beforehand. He didn't escalate shiat, the belligerent, loitering guy did by ignoring the officer.
 
2013-05-02 07:45:34 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: He never properly identified himself.  All he did was escalate.  He only succeeded in making the problem  much worse than it needed to be.

He absolutely identified himself and I'm willing to bet that everybody knew who he was beforehand. He didn't escalate shiat, the belligerent, loitering guy did by ignoring the officer.


Anybody can say "I'm a police officer" but no reasonable person is to believe the person claiming it unless they back it up with a badge. At no point did I see a badge get produced by the officer.
 
2013-05-02 07:48:39 PM  
Who in the hell starts a cell phone video of such quality about standing around a parking lot with an ARIZONA ICE TEA prior to any issue with the police.
 
2013-05-02 07:48:55 PM  

Dougie AXP: At no point did I see a badge get produced by the officer.


I guess you didn't watch long enough to see the officer show his badge hanging on his belt.
 
2013-05-02 07:50:06 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Dougie AXP: At no point did I see a badge get produced by the officer.

I guess you didn't watch long enough to see the officer show his badge hanging on his belt.


I saw him flash something for about 2/3rds of a millisecond that may or may not have been a badge, but not until two minutes into the confrontation.
 
2013-05-02 07:51:43 PM  
Police privelage....it's the newest and latest thing. Pants on the ground.......pants on the ground. Privelage, man, privelage. Pants. On. The. Ground.
 
2013-05-02 08:45:43 PM  

LesserEvil: Idiotic trends are idiotic. I'm amazed that a "Fad" that started as a way for prison punks to advertise they were available to get farked in the ass has lasted so long


The man takes your belt and shoe laces at intake so you do not hang yourself or choke someone else with them.

It's not an advertisement for gay sex....that was a rumor designed to trick gays into sleeping with ex-cons.
 
2013-05-02 08:46:39 PM  
Even the law enforcement forums are calling for this cops badge.
 
2013-05-02 09:01:17 PM  
He was correct in not giving the cop the can - that officer would have smelled whatever he wanted, arrested the guy, and conveniently "lost" the can on the way to the station.  Where he farked up was not leaving and coming back later when his friend was there with money.

Yeah, it was all bullshiat, but the only real thing the cop had on him at that point was loitering.  If he left, then he wasn't loitering.

So to recap:  correct to fight about the can, incorrect to fight about leaving.  He wasn't a customer yet.
 
2013-05-02 11:33:03 PM  

Popcorn Johnny: Pelvic Splanchnic Ganglion: He never properly identified himself.  All he did was escalate.  He only succeeded in making the problem  much worse than it needed to be.

He absolutely identified himself and I'm willing to bet that everybody knew who he was beforehand. He didn't escalate shiat, the belligerent, loitering guy did by ignoring the officer.


the tea guy gets out of the car and is looking into the store or at the cop in a way that you can tell they were there to set this up.  Car is still running, music still playing and the guy is hanging outside his car with the other guy filming. The cop does show his badge on his belt at one point
 
2013-05-02 11:39:03 PM  
 
2013-05-03 12:26:23 AM  
How can a cop arrest someone for trespassing when the owner of the property they're on has not told them to leave?
 
2013-05-03 12:39:02 AM  
This is Beatty's 7-22-09 mugshot
i466.photobucket.com

This is his April-May 2013 mugshot:
i466.photobucket.com



This guy's name isn't the zippy-happy "Xstrav". His name is Christopher Lamont Beatty. Those two above mugshots are of the same person.  The first mugshot shows a clear-eyed and intelligent looking young man. Four years later, the second mugshot does not show a clear-eyed and intelligent looking young man.  The second photo shows a man who is clearly currently f*cked up on something. The man in the video, Beatty, was f*cked up, jittery, weird-acting, and stupified and dull in his responses to the law enforcement officer. Hey, Beatty, 41 year old guy who still has a Howdy Doody street name: Get over it, pull your pants up, and get on with your life. Clean up, get a job, and develop skills. It's still not too late.

Oh, and guy who created the video. Learn how to f*ckin spell  privilege. Moran.
 
2013-05-03 01:32:41 AM  

fickenchucker: Another video of innocuous behavior appearing to be troublesome at first, and then spinning out of control when the person is mildly belligerent when confronted?

Let's look at it from the liquor store's perspective.

They're probably in a state of continual defense for previously-allowing loitering, so were forced to hire a guard to shoo away people, or lose their liquor license.  The guard was checking the guy out for appearing to loiter and drinking out of a can.  Soda cans have been known to be filled with intoxicating beverages to trick those in authority (I did it myself all the time in college).  The apparent loiterer wouldn't hand the can over for inspection or smelling, so the situation escalated into an arrest.

Seriously, people, when will the common sense of realizing the situation from the other party's perspective kick in and avoid these stupid complaint videos?


Yeah, I'm sure the liquor store hates customers coming around and trying to buy stuff.
 
2013-05-03 02:04:30 AM  
The real crime here is the grammar and the spelling in the captions.
 
2013-05-03 02:07:23 AM  
I don't think the cop has the authority to demand to smell the can in the first place.  There may be some info we're not getting but I think that crosses into illegal search territory.  Only when the cop realizes he's not going to be able to huff and puff into getting his way does he start with the trespassing.
 
2013-05-03 02:24:11 AM  

lantawa: This is Beatty's 7-22-09 mugshot
[i466.photobucket.com image 120x160]

This is his April-May 2013 mugshot:
[i466.photobucket.com image 480x600]

This guy's name isn't the zippy-happy "Xstrav". His name is Christopher Lamont Beatty. Those two above mugshots are of the same person.  The first mugshot shows a clear-eyed and intelligent looking young man. Four years later, the second mugshot does not show a clear-eyed and intelligent looking young man.  The second photo shows a man who is clearly currently f*cked up on something. The man in the video, Beatty, was f*cked up, jittery, weird-acting, and stupified and dull in his responses to the law enforcement officer. Hey, Beatty, 41 year old guy who still has a Howdy Doody street name: Get over it, pull your pants up, and get on with your life. Clean up, get a job, and develop skills. It's still not too late.

Oh, and guy who created the video. Learn how to f*ckin spell  privilege. Moran.


Are we working on the assumption of star trek rules for facial hair being evil or something?

Anyways the gentleman needs to watch this Chris Rock video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOx6OM01M5M
 
2013-05-03 05:03:23 AM  

lantawa: The second photo shows a man who is clearly currently f*cked up on something.


That's pretty impressive that you can tell someone's sobriety based on a single picture. Personally, I thought that he just looked pissed off and irritated in the second picture, almost like someone had been harassing him. But I'm not a professional like you seem to be.
 
2013-05-03 06:16:09 AM  

relaxitsjustme: I don't think the cop has the authority to demand to smell the can in the first place.  There may be some info we're not getting but I think that crosses into illegal search territory.  Only when the cop realizes he's not going to be able to huff and puff into getting his way does he start with the trespassing.


Even if he was a cop, he wasn't acting in the capacity of a cop.  He was a private security guard hired to enforce policy on private property.  If Mr. Ice Tea doesn't like it he's free to leave, provided he doesn't cause a problem.  In which case, the police will be glad to give him a ride.  Maybe he'll learn to become a little bit less of an ass.

/I'll bet he's a "producer"
//starting his own label even
///The Jay-Z of Fayeteville
 
2013-05-03 07:27:15 AM  

SoCalChris: lantawa: The second photo shows a man who is clearly currently f*cked up on something.

That's pretty impressive that you can tell someone's sobriety based on a single picture. Personally, I thought that he just looked pissed off and irritated in the second picture, almost like someone had been harassing him. But I'm not a professional like you seem to be.


The mug shot, combined with the video, showed a f*cked up, on something, man. I'm professional enough to see that. And another thing. For a moment, do not take the camera's perspective. Take the literal visual perspective  of the police officer. Here goes: 1. Guy #1, Beatty, pulls up at front of store (no one knows how long he's been in the vehicle before he got out BTW). 2. Camera guy (#2) pulls up in a vehicle on the side of the store (again, no one knows how long he's been parked BTW). 3. Camera guy gets out of vehicle, walks diagonally across the private business parking lot to .#1, and conceals their arm-hand interactions from the police officer. They both, from the cops perspective, can be seen moving their shoulders and outer arms, cop cannot see the camera-phone filming, but he can see that extended interaction is occurring. He comes over, rightly, to briefly investigate, and gets an attitude problem that can only be called brat-like. Brats escalate resistance, Camera guy is jawing off and, everyone seems to forget IS THERE behind the phone. To the cop, this looks exactly like a drug transaction. Either he has been SET UP for this, or these two chuckleheads, pants-on-the-ground Beatty and dickhead camera guy, have so little situational awareness that they do not realize how they appear to be transacting drugs on the street. It's not obvious from the video, but I would bet doughnuts to dollars that prior drug dealing and prior extended loitering drunkenness had been going on in and around that parking lot, as well, further justifying the police officer's actions.

I know I'm being offensive, and I'll apologize to regular Farkers. But, whoever pulled/filmed/enacted this shiat and then submitted it needs to also apologize for f*cking with the cops head and f*cking with the heads of the extended online community at large. Please people, don't be suckers/marks/sissies about this. The filming person and Beatty were in the wrong. End of story.
 
2013-05-03 09:14:39 AM  
lantawa: The filming person and Beatty were in the wrong. End of story.

No need for any more opinions from those of us that weren't here.

The story has ended.  Decisions have been made.
 
2013-05-03 09:26:57 AM  

BTing: lantawa: The filming person and Beatty were in the wrong. End of story.

No need for any more opinions from those of us that weren't here.

The story has ended.  Decisions have been made.


i466.photobucket.com


People have to be coached through the aftermath of their original emotional response after being conned by a couple of trickster assholes. You see how that works? Put intellect in an equation over emotion and you have sanity. Put emotion over intellect in an equation, and you have insanity.  Stay sane, my far and distant acquaintance.....
 
2013-05-03 12:49:28 PM  
plainclothes cop doesnt show ID I would not even acknowledge him. I hope the guy arrested gets a massive payout like a white guy would .
Cop should be put to death after being on video showing he is a danger to society.

There is no possible way this is anyones fault but the cop, and if you are trying to blame the black guy you are fn stupid.
 
2013-05-03 03:05:13 PM  

GBmanNC: Are we working on the assumption of star trek rules for facial hair being evil or something?



I thought it was the glasses, they makes him appear to be a sober professor/scientist.
 
2013-05-03 03:59:47 PM  
I would feel for this guy if I didn't believe he went there solely for the purpose of getting this type of reaction from the cop.  Just the way the guy gets out of the car and while drinking the tea he appears to be looking in the direction where I assume the cop is standing. 

I'm thinking there is a history between these two at this location or at least one of his friends.  Of course the  cop handle it all wrong. It would be nice to smack them both upside their heads.
 
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