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911 Call at Vehicle Stop


A Seattle man called 911, after a police officer pulled him over, claiming the officer acted unprofessionally. The subject's attorney is calling for the police chief to resign.

December 29, 2011
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Tags: Seattle PD, Vehicle Stops, 911 Calls


Comments (12)

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Milt @ 12/29/2011 5:35 PM

How about calling for the attorney to resign!

Jeff @ 12/29/2011 6:24 PM

Hard to figure who's a bigger fool; the driver or his attorney.

Bob@Az. @ 12/29/2011 7:08 PM

Ah, yes. Very professional looking lawyer. Nice haircut. Going to pro-bono all the cases against the Seattle PD? Must have lots of free time and makes me wonder if, as he already reps one unhappy gent fighting Seattle PD, if he didn't go calling on this one. Sad. Officer should have had his mic on and maybe this wouldn't gotten this far.

Jim @ 12/30/2011 7:54 AM

The attorney speaks of "dirty laundry" in the police department? He is representing DIRTY LAUNDRY! And as for the profanity, I comically say, "Get off your G*d D$*n phone, shut the F*%$ up, stop resisting you dumb son of a Bi%$h, and get your ass out of the car!

Jim

Fed Cop @ 12/30/2011 8:50 AM

I haven't met a defense attorney that said an arrest was legal or warranted. The POS was probably a "duece" anyway.

Rik @ 12/30/2011 6:04 PM

@Jim ....I sure hope you are not an officer because your attitude is just what is NOT needed amongst us. You are an insult to law enforcement. I think you need a reality check.

Rj @ 12/31/2011 10:51 AM

Relax Rik!

Gregg @ 1/3/2012 2:27 PM

Why is this even a news story? Ahhh, there in lies the problem. If the media wouldn't cover such BS, the attorney wouldn't get his free advertising...

Remember, there are always video cameras out there, follow your policy and there would be no question. The in-car camera has helped me out many times...

Capt David-Ret LA County @ 1/4/2012 4:13 PM

Cell phones, video cameras, (we didn't have those 'in my day' thank God) liberal press...good bust though. I used to just love it when some guy like this would say 'no' to a legal command.....

Tammy @ 1/6/2012 6:07 AM

Sometimes in pocket mics dont always work. They go dead, they dont pick up signal etc: Im sure that if it had been on and working properly we would have heard the suspects attitude and choice of words he used. I can almost bet from experience that it wasnt pleasant.

Steve E @ 1/24/2012 6:00 PM

1) To the officer who initiated the stop : Keep your dam microphone on pal If You don't have anything to hide then You wouldn't have turned it off . If You cant handle the evil inside criminal creeps and anti social pot head slackers then time to become a plumber or fishing guide. Sooner or later if You let it get to you it will get so bad that you will see everyone as 'Us & Them' and then you will step over the line and hurt an innocent person and ruin your own life.

So I believe the arrested /complainant when he called 911 .

2) To the arrested complainant : Shut up pot head, your a speeding dope smoking looser, get a life, don't break the law and no one pull you over.

3) To the anti cop attorney: You got no case other than un-happy cop, and there ain't no law against not getting any ketchup on your fries during a traffic stop. You look like You dressed in front of an airplane propeller , hows that night time gig with the punk band coming along ? Just because you couldn't cut it in Marines Corps boot camp , you end up hating real men ? Is that buckwheat hair loop some sort of protest against masculinity ?

Steve E @ 1/24/2012 6:01 PM

1) To the officer who initiated the stop : Keep your dam microphone on pal If You don't have anything to hide then You wouldn't have turned it off . If You cant handle the evil inside criminal creeps and anti social pot head slackers then time to become a plumber or fishing guide. Sooner or later if You let it get to you it will get so bad that you will see everyone as 'Us & Them' and then you will step over the line and hurt an innocent person and ruin your own life.

So I believe the arrested /complainant when he called 911 .

2) To the arrested complainant : Shut up pot head, your a speeding dope smoking looser, get a life, don't break the law and no one pull you over.

3) To the anti cop attorney: You got no case other than un-happy cop, and there ain't no law against not getting any ketchup on your fries during a traffic stop. You look like You dressed in front of an airplane propeller , hows that night time gig with the punk band coming along ? Just because you couldn't cut it in Marines Corps boot camp , you end up hating real men ? Is that buckwheat hair loop some sort of protest against masculinity ?

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