Cop Tasers 65-Year-Old “Country Girl” Who Refused To Sign $80 Ticket

A seemingly ordinary traffic stop outside Oklahoma City quickly escalated when a 65-year-old woman refused to sign an $80 ticket.

The police officer had fined the woman for a broken taillight on her Chevrolet Silverado truck but she refused to sign the ticket on grounds that it’s a minor problem that she could fix herself.

The policeman did not buy that and immediately asked the woman to get out of the car as she was under arrest. As the bodycam footage reveals, she wouldn’t have that either so she decided the best thing to do was to drive off.

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That was a bad call, obviously, as the police officer went in pursuit of the Silverado and pulled her over again. This time, he did not ask the woman nicely to step out of the vehicle — he pointed the gun at her while shouting “Get out of the car!”

Scared and probably aware that she went too far, the woman opened the door and the police officer quickly grabbed her and threw her on the ground to handcuff her. The scene is pretty disturbing to watch, especially when the cop tasered the woman because she refused to get handcuffed and even tried to kick him.

Later on when things calmed down, she admitted to the officer that she tried to kick him “‘cause I’m a country girl.” You don’t hear that excuse very often as a policeman. Was all this mess necessary over an $80 fine? Absolutely not, but when people get carried away by anger (police officer included), there’s no telling what the outcome can be.

 

  • Ben

    Break the law, things happen. When given a lawful order, comply and fight it in court, not on the side of the road.

    • Loquacious Borborygmus

      A real badly handled situation by BOTH people.
      You’ll get your day in court if you want to fight an unfair ticket.

    • Belthronding

      very well said ,sir

    • db

      Is a broken taillight really breaking the law that constitutes an eighty dollar fine?
      No twenty four grace period to repair or replace it?

      Many folks don’t have eighty dollars to “donate” to the government just so some officer can meet his traffic violation quota.

      If you take it to court, it will cost you hundreds to beat this fine.
      Good on the ol’ country girl because now this officer has it on his record as a hothead that cannot handle a single elderly female. He should have cut her some slack and just given a warning. As a bonus, granny has also learned a valuable lesson – to keep her trap shut at times.

      I don’t think this couldn’t have played out better.

      • Ben

        My own mother(grew up on a Texas ranch) had the same issue. She had a bulb go out on her XC90 (an older one). She took the ticket, drove to autozone and fixed the bulb in the parking lot herself. She went to court with the ticket, receipt and verified photo of the new working bulb by the PD and the judge praised her on being a self reliant woman and threw it out.

        I get what you’re saying, but this woman had her bulbs out for over 6-months. Even when given the ticket, she had another 1.5 months to get it fixed. At some point, you can’t keep cutting slack anymore. Bulbs are $12 at the most. Have a son or grandson come over and fix it.

        • db

          Kudos to your mom. I suspect if there were more folks like her around, cops wouldn’t be so defensive everytime they pulled someone over, especially for a simple repair.

          I didn’t see anything in the article about her not repairing the light for six months.

          I think the point I was trying to make is I believe not just the officer was being heavy handed but the law itself justifying a fine of $80 for something that could have happened five minutes ago without the driver even knowing about.

          Also, I certainly don’t want to justify giving law enforcers a hard time, they have a difficult enough time as it is. Any who has had employment serving the public knows what I’m talking about here.

          Again, I do want to give kudos to your mom, she sounds like quite a lady.

          • Ben

            Thank you. I think had the woman in the video was so focused on the fact she was getting a ticket, she didn’t listen to what the officer was saying to her. She had until Sep.16th, nearly two months of grace period, to fix the bulb($8.50 for her truck). She too would have gone to court like my mother did and pay nothing once it was verified it was fixed. Keep in mind, most grace periods for bulb replacement are a week or 30 days for a larger infraction.

            The $80 only comes into effect if she did nothing about the bulb. So in short, had she just signed, fixed it, nothing would have happened. That’s the sad part about it. A warning would have just taken her at her word that she was going to fix it. The only difference would have been she wouldn’t have needed to verify she fixed the bulb.

            The reason the tickets are relatively high at $80 is to create a reason for someone to get the item fixed. Its more cost effective to get the bulb replaced($8.50) or remove dark window tint than pay $80.That’s the reasoning behind the high cost behind fix-it tickets.

          • db

            Once cooler heads prevail, I believe said woman is going to realize what a hornet’s nest she created and how easily she could have avoided it.

            Nothing like this has happened to me in years, I try be conscientious of my automobiles but if there is was lesson I’ve learnt from the past is if you poke a bear, he will be angry. From “the good ol’ days” when I got pulled over or was crossing an international border or the like, if I gave them attitude, they instantly got defensive and used whatever authority they were granted.

            Maybe I don’t completely understand the American laws (I’m Cdn.) but I do agree this woman ask for it and the officer delivered it.

            I just can’t thinking of how ridiculous this event was, when a law officer has to taze a sixty five year female over a ten dollar part.
            She could of had a stroke, break a limb or whatever but I do realize she brought it on herself.
            I’m sure she is going to “hear” a lot more about it from her own family circle too.

  • Aeromann

    He did it because she was defenseless, he wouldn’t do this in Baltimore…

    • Ben

      lol, that’s funny.

      • Aeromann

        Thank you

  • Merc1

    Too damn bad, she got what so many that don’t look like her have gotten. NO SYMPATHY at all NONE. You should have done what the officer told you to do, that is what is said in every case like this and because she’s an old white woman it should be and is NO DIFFERENT.

    M

    • kulak

      So you’re saying if she wasn’t white, she shouldn’t have done what the office told her to do?

      • Merc1

        Wow you’re dense. You’re having another “GM owns ZF” moment. You just can’t get it. It’s clear that me that a Black man would have been shot for trying to kick a police officer. She got off lucky.

        M

  • FlameWater

    legally speaking she didn’t have to sign anything

    • Aeromann

      Exactly, and if you don’t want to sign is it a reason to be arrested? ?

    • Ben

      If you don’t sign, you get taken in. Its a common error most people learn “I don’t have to sign it”. However, it results you going for a short ride-along. Its not an admission of guilt. Fight it in court.

      • FlameWater

        Which part of the constitution says I have sign documents?

        • Ben

          Do you believe that every law you are required to follow is written in the Constitution? Laws must be Constitutional, but they are not required to be written in it. Driving is a privilege, not a right. Comply with the documents you signed to have that privilege.

  • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

    THIS IS WHY WE AS WOKE PEOPLE DON’T FEEL BAD FOR THESE KKKOPS

    • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

      KKKOPS?

      She was a white woman who struck an officer. You try and kick a cop and see what happens, I’d love to see you be tasered next.

      • TheHunnn

        Don’t try to reason with that, woke = mentally ill.

        • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

          OH stfu moron. ?‍♂️????

      • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

        You do love my attention, don’t you. LMFAO i love how you simple minded muricans as yourself can’t complete to solution. Don’t you got AIDS to catch btw

        • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

          Are you asking if I have AIDS because I’m lesbian?

          Pretty lame joke….

        • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

          Also, you upvoted yourself again.

          Still pathetic.

      • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

        These cops would done the same thing to this woman if she was the opposite color of her skin. But i guess a lesser male as yourself won’t be able to comprehend anything since you’re all emotional whenever i speak fire, garbage.

        • HaltestelleLuitpolthafen

          1.You upvote yourself.

          2. I’m female.

          Pathetic.

    • KRogers86

      Shouldn’t you be scoring woke points in the comments section over at Jalopnik? They have more of that SJW bulls**t that people like you are obsessed with…

      • A ?? THAT WILL RULE OVER YOU

        What does that have to do with the elderly woman getting attack by savages? You americans are a complete joke. This is why your country is losing.

  • SPEEDY

    Even in California, police usually give you a fix it ticket; in which you will not have to pay a dime or $10 max fee; providing you get the violation repaired in the allotted time frame.

    It’s asinine to automatically issue an $80 fee (tax) for a Fix-it item!
    Cop should’ve used more discretion and reasoned with this lady.
    “You’re under arrest” … really??

    Child please!

  • Aeromann

    Wait, are you pro Clinton?

  • Mr. EP9

    Catching an attitude is one thing but driving off when an officer tells you step out of the vehicle is not the best decision….ever. This lady brought that on herself.

    • db

      I don’t think things should have escalated to this level but you are bang on, you don’t drive away and she did bring it on to herself.

  • uS’gedlemba

    The law is funny, signing the ticket is not an admission of guilt however refusing to sign is a misdemeanor and the officer has the right to arrest you on the spot….a shame considering a lot of people who have been stopped for nothing and slapped with these tickets. With that said the lady couldv’e just complied but the cop could’ve handled the situation better given that he has been trained to handled these situations, humanity has gone out the window.

    • cooper

      She did not have to sign the ticket.

  • ace_9

    She should have a gun and start shooting and the policeman too. I’m all for the violent, disrespectful and aggressive people to kill themselves.

  • poor white lady… Smh, if she was black and young… dead

    • Stigasawuswrecks

      When I got beat by the cops I didn’t get any sympathy in the end. And u wasn’t even breaking the law. Then again I’m of a darker hue so….

      • Charles

        I’m curious, why did you get beaten up?

        • Stigasawuswrecks

          Same reason why my friend’s face was also spray painted white. Can you guess why?

          • Charles

            Graffiti gone wrong?

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            It was the cop who had the spray paint. I was 15 and my friends and I were driving home from NY to RI and Mass after rehearsal for a show we had to play that weekend. We’ll since it was 5 of us and we had our instruments a friend’s mom let us her Land Cruiser. We get stopped by cops and the see 5 black kids in a luxury cat they automatically assume we had drugs and sold them. They dragged us out and tore apart the car even breaking a friend’s acoustic guitar hoping to find drugs. Seeing that they couldn’t they hit us asking where the dope was. Then another cop car rolls up with a cop getting out mocking us then spraying my darker friend in the face with white paint so he’d look less like an animal. No arrest, not even a ticket because we didn’t do anything wrong. But because the color of our skin we were automatically deemed sub human criminals. That was the first time I ever felt pure hatred for someone and it was one of the worst moments in my life. That car ride home was dead silent and all you heard for was us trying to hold back out tears and rage.

          • Charles

            Wow, that’s so awful. I’m sorry that happened to you without reason

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            Sadly, it’s not uncommon.

          • LJ

            It’s common for cops to carry around white spray paint?

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            No, it’s not uncommon for some officers to be a abusive.

          • Big Black Duck

            man…what an awful experience…. i hope those cops kids end up on drugs

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            I don’t. I wish no ill will on anyone. Hate never solves anything. I just We’d all see each other as humans and treat each other as such. Why does more or less melanin make a person more or less of a man?

          • Ken Lyns

            Interesting. Your friend was driving? He gave the cop his license and registration showing the Land Cruiser registered to the same address? The other cop carried white spraypaint?

          • LJ

            It’s BS. We’ve got another Jussie Smollett here.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            Yes because there’s no history of police being violent towards people of color.

          • LJ

            I didn’t say that. I said your story is made up.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            Can you explain how and why you came to this conclusion? Is it because you don’t like it? If so imagine how my friends and I felt that night. But why even bother. Nothing I say will satiate your feelings and you’ve already come to the same conclusion. You’ve already equated me to that moron Smollett so it’s clear what your thinking is.

          • LJ

            If you can provide verifiable proof it happened, I will apologize.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            Yes, because people archive illegal police brutality incidents. Let me go back 22 years and check police records. I’m sure they documented that.

          • LJ

            I would’ve.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            Okay, go back to 1997/1998 and tell me given the circumstances how you would have documented the incident.

          • LJ

            Photos?

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            And this is where I know you’re arguing just to argue. You seriously would think we’d just a camera ready? Remember, this is the late 90’s and digital cameras were pretty much non existent, let alone a camera phone.

          • LJ

            Look, the beauty of the Internet is that people can just make up whatever they want, so forgive me for being skeptical.

            If that actually did happen, then it’s an injustice and cannot be tolerated.

            I just don’t think it did. Not all of it anyways.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            No, you automatically assume it’s not true because of a biased disposition. No worries, I’ve already figured you out. Have a great day.

          • LJ

            The only one presenting a biased disposition is you, my friend.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            Yes,bith addresses matches. And it was a squad car that came later that had the spray paint. I get it, you believe it’s not true because you’ll never ever have to worry about being in a situation like this. But for some people that issue is real to us and has been real to us. You think you don’t like it imagine how me and many other people like me feel.

          • LJ

            Since this is on the internet, it must be true.

          • Craig

            Sounds to me that you had a perfect right to feel the way you did. I’m sorry that happened to you and your friends. Those cops had NO RIGHT to treat any of you that way. PERIOD.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            Thanks, I appreciate it. And I’m not the all cops are bad type. My aunt is the first and only female black cop from my home town and she’s a damn good one. My dad has tons of cop friends and ive had plenty of good experiences with cops. It’s just the very bad experiences that really leave a sour taste in my mouth. Just like any profession in the world there are good people and bad people and it’s the bad ones who always stand out more and leave a bad reputation.

          • Craig

            In a profession that so directly impacts LIVES it’s all the more important that the ‘bad apples’ among police officers and in indeed all public servant be very SWIFTLY removed. [And punished if they step over the line and abuse the powers that WE give them]

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            I couldn’t have said it better. But it’s also important to not give a reason for cops to be on edge. I wish cops lived in the areas they policed so that they could have a more personal relationship with people and vice versa. My aunt works in the community outreach program and the people who know her love her and and have a better attitude towards the police.

          • Craig

            I absolutely agree. Like ‘Mayberry’. [minus Barney! lol] Nice talking to you.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            I just wish people would try love first rather than be defensive. People are so stuck on wanting to be right right rather than doing right and humbling themselves. Pride is a cancer that has spread too far. Thanks and enjoy your day good sir.

          • emjayay

            Police tend to be politically conservative and are in a position of power over people that no one else other than a criminal with a gun has, and some get off on using that power. There is a tendency for some of them to use their power over anyone who they see as threatening the societal status quo, whether it is in the form of being the wrong color or the wrong type (like hippie types in the 60’s-70’s), and also those who seem to them to be insufficiently respectful in the moment. So, micro or macro disrespect can do it.

            This country is relatively lawful – maybe not so much as some others, but there are many countries where getting arrested often means getting tortured and maybe killed. That is just a higher degree of the same thing as seen here or what you described in a more unfettered environment.

          • Stigasawuswrecks

            I can get into a huge discussion about the start of officers the social economic effects, and the infiltration of the police and justice system that Malcom X spoke of but that’s for another day and forum.

          • LJ

            Because you’re making it up?

  • Jovonne Bolar

    When white cops start attacking their own, you know its getting bad…

  • cooper

    What an embarrassment to all police officers. This weak little has helped this lady retire much more comfortably. She did not have to sign the ticket.

    • Craig

      And he ALREADY knew her name and address. Should have just let her drive off. And then later… have some older FEMALE cop show up at her door in a day or too and be nice about it.

  • cooper

    She probably thought the cop was Hispanic. White trash has the power !

  • William rowe

    new tv show this fall” when grandma goes bad” for real she should had listen to the officer, 99% of these indecents start out cause the person channellges the cops.. just do what they say..

  • Rot

    USA = shithole country

    • kulak

      Care to share where you live?

      • Rot

        österreich

        • kulak

          With 36 times the population of your country the US is sure to have order of magnitude more shithole news stories.

          Yet a google search of your country isn’t all roses.

      • alex.remsen

        that’s Austria for you, peasant

    • robotlogic

      Feel free to leave anytime.

      • Rot

        to real democracy?

        • kulak

          Central Americans and Mexicans are willing to die to cross the line in to this terrible place. It’s so bad in the U.S. there is a lottery system for those wanting to come here.

          As far as I’ve seen myself in the EU and your country, they are far from a utopia.

          Someone like Elon Musk had to leave SA, try Canada, and actually could be successful in the U.S. Didn’t see him lining up for Austria.

  • donald seymour

    I don’t care how disrespectful she was, that is not how you treat an old lady.

    • Craig

      That’s what I think too. Or old man for that matter. Especially over a tail light.

    • xnmt

      Being old doesn’t give you a right to be an arrogant piece of crap who thinks you’re above the law. She got her warning six months ago and refused to take care of it because of her ridiculous sense of entitlement. The only thing the officer did wrong was not to inform her that she’d be arrested if she didn’t sign.

      • donald seymour

        True, but that’s not how you handle the elderly. He can still cuff her and be gentle with her.

  • David

    She felt offended…..80!, the ticket should’ve been $65!

  • Ben

    I miss the days when people didn’t get two imaginary points of Social Superiority each time they mentioned a politician they didn’t like.

    • db

      Things have become quite divisive, haven’t they…

  • blunt-o

    Americans are in their majority DEGENERATES. How do I know ? I’ve immigrated here 42 years ago.
    Other than beyond college educated people, the majority are dumb, violent, and illiterate.
    Try it for yourself……It’s a lot of fun though. And the steaks are good….

    • kulak

      Nothing is keeping you here. You are free to go back from which you came. Also Venezuela needs help building utopia. You may be an excellent fit there.

      • blunt-o

        I am also free to stay and say whatever I want. A rich Fascist country(USA) is always better than a poor Fascist country(Venezuela).

        Being European first, I can assure you that the US populace has as much to do with civilization as any Saudi or Israeli.

        • kulak

          That’s true. You just seem to hate it here so much, why not go back to EU?

          • HD

            Why not let people decide about their own lives? Who are you or your similarly intelligent president to tell people to move countries?

          • kulak

            It’s a free country. I can give my opinion to anyone I want. They also don’t have to listen.

          • Six_Tymes

            good point

    • LJ

      What does it say about the rest of the world if a country of dumb, violent illiterates built the wealthiest, most powerful nation in history?

      • Rot

        Nation?
        British, Irish, Italians, Jewish, … immigrants built your country 😀

        • LJ

          Yes, those are just a fraction of the different people that built and live in this great country. Those are the degenerate Americans he was referring to.

          FYI – Immigrants built every country.

    • Six_Tymes

      some of the worst are supposed “educated” they just become crooks and liars

  • Stigasawuswrecks

    Not necessarily. Look up the type of people who are most likely to shoot cops.

  • iddqd

    hm, OK sure has other places worth a visit by cops…but they wouldnt dare to, so a 65y.o. white woman is just fine…

    • xnmt

      So, in your opinion, 65 year old women are above the law?

      • Kathy E Heatherly

        absolutely, especially when her 2 grandchildren died in the wreck that caused the light to be out. He should never have given her the ticket to begin with.

        • Ben

          Feelings don’t put anyone above the law. Not being visible at night can cause an accident that takes more lives. Is that really the outcome you’d like, Kathy?

          • Kathy E Heatherly

            you have to ask yourself….what would Andy Griffith do? i have refused to do something a cop told me once and he let it go and just walked away (there was a mixup in car insurance and he asked me to give him my license (twice). i just laughed at him and said No (twice). He didn’t have a big ego like this dumb cop had (watch my words he will lose his job and she will get a big settlement)

          • Ben

            Anecdotal stories(which we don’t know to be true) are worthless in this case. Having an insurance mix up that causes you to giggle is different than fleeing from a police officer in a motor vehicle. I promise you, had you went on a high speed chase and assaulted an officer, you’d squeal a different tune.

            Dealing with law enforcement respectfully will get you far, but resting on your age and gender to break the law without repercussion will apparently get you tasered. Taking a gamble with your life, an officer’s life and others just because you don’t wanna pay $80 is unacceptable.

          • Kathy E Heatherly

            dufus i didn’t “giggle” i laughed at his request, and it is true, he was at my house. I’m sayin the cop shouldn’t have given her the ticket to begin with and when she didn’t sign it that’s when he should have walked away….he just had to keep pushing it until now he is done as a cop

          • Ben

            Regardless of how you or the “country gal” felt, its the law. We don’t tailor the law based on gender, skin color or weight. She felt she didn’t need to comply and decided to break even more laws. All she had to do was pay $8.50, but now she’s facing a felony and was a national laughing stock for 15mins. Driving is a privilege, but it doesn’t mean you act privileged.

          • Kathy E Heatherly

            she absolutely was NOT a laughing stock, most of us were shocked at this officer’s arrogance and she will be VERY HAPPY it happened by the time it is over…she’s RICH RICH RICH

          • Ben

            Rich with a life lesson, do what the officer says.

  • KRogers86

    Finally, a voice of reason!

    Apparently the concept of cause and effect is lost on people these days…

  • Big Black Duck

    I saw the entire video…and I am on the cops side on this…the police officer was very reasonable in the beginning…she basically baited him …. he did the most reasonable thing considering he was alone….but i do agree with the some of the comments below …where such force is used readily on minorities (sometimes deadly force)…but for “Non Minorities” they have to do a lot more to get any reaction….
    Hypotheis: Sometimes I feel cops target educated minorities so they can make them feel inferior and to make them know that their education and being law abiding will not help you get “away” .. they usually leave the trashy minorities alone because it fits their world view..

  • Merc1

    You’d be surprised. His largely rural, ignorant base have all types of problems with the law, they just don’t make much fuss about it.

    M

    • LJ

      Who doesn’t make much fuss about it?

  • TRB0T0Y

    What a hero indeed. The law is supposed to blind, and he upheld the law in a just manner.
    I’m a fairly fit man in my 30s. I guarantee if I refused to sign a ticket, kicked an officer, then fled the scene, I would be arrested, tasered, whatever force is necessary to cuff me.
    The cop was forced to do the same, regardless if it was a 65 year old woman.
    If he didn’t arrest her, he could be fired for selective enforcement, favoritism, preferential treatment or something.
    If he didn’t tase her, he could have injured her while trying to cuff her – she’d then sue and claim brutality.

  • kulak

    Your police prefer to be killed instead of defending themselves.

  • Emoto

    Zero sympathy for this moron. What kind of idiot thinks you can act this way?

    Put another way: Play stupid games, win stupid prizes!

  • Rot

    Open my eyes. I see deep cultural gap between Europe and Usa.
    I see yours weakly snot POTUS on twitter.
    I see yours patient society.

    • kulak

      Yes your country will operate under Sharia law within in 50 years.

      • HD

        You are so uneducated it hurts my eyes. The first and second largest groups of Muslims in Europe are Turkish and Albanian. Neither of which have sharia back in their own countries. Is it so damn hard to read and research? There will never be sharia law in Europe, especially by the rate Muslims are giving up on their faith. Funnily quicker than Americans believing in their own version of the fairy tale.

      • Six_Tymes

        HA! Truth spoken. He wont like that.

  • Nick099

    The real questions are not answered by the write up.

    Does OK require a signature if the person refuses to sign? After all, the officer already has the person’s info. The ticket gets submitted with a short report detailing the idiocy of the driver.

    Does the refusal immediately escalate from a fine to a custodial arrest? A lot of states consider a ticket just a fine and barring something else that is a criminal charge, refusal to sign or belligerency is just a note in a short report that accompanies the ticket to the court.

    Seems like a lot of work and embarrassing escalation over a BS tail light ticket with an elderly woman.If the answers to my questions are yes and no respectively, then this cop has a lot of explaining to do.

    • The woman was at first taken back by the 80 dollars but then willing to sign but the officer was not going to do it. what gets me they never showed who the officer was … they should have.

  • I think the officer did a disservice to many who wear the uniform by not budging an ounce.. she was willing to sign after a few moments realizing she was wrong but the big bad officer was not having it… they should have shown who the officer was… IMO he is a horrible person.

  • emjayay

    You are required to sign the the ticket, acknowledging that you will appear in court. The police can arrest you and take you into custody if you don’t.

    Obviously to me every single thing the cop did every step of the way was completely and absurdly disproportionate. Instead of explaining anything to her and having a reasonable discussion he escalated step by step with every response in the first fifty seconds. I’m not a cop but I’m guessing that any expert would criticize everything the cop did as being wrongheaded and against modern policing procedure.

    Eighty dollars for a tail light out (must have been a brake light) is a pure money grab by the local or state government. A non-working tail light is something that could happen to anyone. Older cars don’t indicate this kind of problem – don’t know about this one. Maybe it had just happened. I don’t think she was aware of it.

    • xnmt

      She already received a warning for the same thing six months ago. She didn’t take care of it. Imposing the fine is completely appropriate.

    • Ben

      1) There are clearly portions of the video cut out of the end product that we are watching now
      2) Had she taken the ticket, fixed it, appeared in court, she wouldn’t need to pay $80(not a cash grab)
      3) The cop doesn’t need to tell you if you don’t sign, you go to jail. Some see that as subtle threats
      4) She’s been driving like that for 6-months. Either the officer knew this because she had been stopped before and still hadn’t fixed it or she told him, which means she knew about it
      5) Experts, such as former and current law enforcement agents, police and law makers have seen the video and said the officer was 100% correct in his duty
      6) It looks bad, but it was lawful. Comply and fight it in court.

    • Justin Spencer

      Anything can happen when you work in this type of situation (which I do). She clearly doesn’t think the law applies to her and he has to act fast or else he’ll get hurt! She was out of control and got what was coming to her!

  • Rot

    Call 9/11

  • Rot

    just like Vietnam, Afghanistan, Irak…

    • iddqd

      don’t hate americans- hate those, whom they fight and die for…
      ZOG.

      • Rot

        True!
        IDKFA

  • Rot

    ???
    You are welcome little friend,
    800.000 Steyr AUG and SSG waiting for you in the mountains…

  • kulak

    Day by day your women are sexually assaulted by the rainbow of socially incompatible immigrants entering your welcoming country.

    Day by day you don’t have control of your own currency.

    • iddqd

      but, but, we have unicorns and rainbows…
      unity, fight the power…we are all one.
      and don’t forget: carbon kills.

      from germany.

  • kulak

    There are much worse things than being under cultured.

    EU is famous for having trucks run over hundreds of people by loving immigrants. Please enact laws to outlaw killing by truck.

    In your country with back market AK47s hundreds would have been killed as your police are underarmed and are afraid to engage. In last nights attack in Dayton suspects were killed in under 1 min. Would have been an hour in your utopia.

  • Paul

    She deserved every bit of what happened to her.

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