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Old 03-02-2013, 01:24 AM   #1
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Cop rear ends rider, then BLAMES the rider


Holy . What. A. Douche.
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Old 03-02-2013, 01:37 AM   #2
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He must be a member of the SDRC! Lol
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Tool cop. He knew he was boned soon as he noticed the camera rollin.
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wow to hit you & then blame you for it. I would not be "good"
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"Next time just drive normal."

Wow. That cop is a douche.
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Cop rear ends rider, then BLAMES the rider

Did he really threaten him with "a load of tickets" smh
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Did he really threaten him with "a load of tickets" smh
Yup... hopefully eitehr the guys contacts the dept. or someone picks it up from youtube and it gets passed up/onto the line.
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Re: Cop rear ends rider, then BLAMES the rider

I would tell him go ahead and write them.. then take him and the video and the " load of tickets" to court...
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Cop was an , but he was right about the violation. I know that won't be a popular statement here, but you can't jack up your brakes like that in front of someone, without a reason. Without knowing anything about the video, that was the first thing I thought when I first watched it. Why did he quick-stop like that? He wanted to get bumped. This was a setup, just for YouTube.

Again, not defending the cop cussing and not acting professional, but there was a violation on the rider's part.

If it were me, I'd have got out of the vehicle, calm and cool, and I'd have written him the ticket. I would not have let him ride off.
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Cop was an , but he was right about the violation. I know that won't be a popular statement here, but you can't jack up your brakes like that in front of someone, without a reason. Without knowing anything about the video, that was the first thing I thought when I first watched it. Why did he quick-stop like that? He wanted to get bumped. This was a setup, just for YouTube.

Again, not defending the cop cussing and not acting professional, but there was a violation on the rider's part.

If it were me, I'd have got out of the vehicle, calm and cool, and I'd have written him the ticket. I would not have let him ride off.
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Re: Cop rear ends rider, then BLAMES the rider

I see the other side of this as well, but I wouldnt have been so cordial about how he confronted me..
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Just keep up with traffic. Like normal. Lmao.
Seriously that was a douche move on the bikers part though to brake check the cop.
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Biker had plenty of room to keep cruising. He didn't have to come to a complete stop. He could've kept on. As slow as they were going, the cop should've been able to stop if he were paying attention. Cop was being a . My .02
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Biker had plenty of room to keep cruising. He didn't have to come to a complete stop. He could've kept on. As slow as they were going, the cop should've been able to stop if he were paying attention. Cop was being a . My .02
Cops are trained to always have the upper hand on any situation. I think he was just embarrassed and wanted to get out of there without the biker making a report. Yes the cop should have been able to break at those speeds if he was paying attention.
Was probably running the bike plates.
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Was probably running the bike plates.
Probably true, and they're smaller and harder to read, so he may have been sneaking up close.
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Rider was in no wrong. He braked because a car on his left signaled to get into his lane. He slowed to let the car in. I prolly would have done the same. This appear to be normal traffic. Cop should've maintained proper following distance and stopped or slowed when necessary. Like everybody else.
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Yup... hopefully eitehr the guys contacts the dept. or someone picks it up from youtube and it gets passed up/onto the line.
Apparently the local news is going run with it, and alot of local riders from the forum this was posted on are contacting the department and sorta dive it to the media. Hope this blows up in that cops face.
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