Yet when the TSA does it, it is just keeping us safe ….
The woman says Det. Bishof told her that he would need to use another camera to get better pictures and that he would come to her home later. The woman says Det. Bishof showed up later, made her strip naked, then took additional photos and touched her inappropriately. She says that she felt like she couldn’t stop it because Det. Bishof was carrying his badge and gun.
He was arrested yesterday on charges of aggravated sexual battery, sexual battery by an authority figure and official oppression. Det. Bishof was released on bond.
via Shelby Co. Detective Charged with Fondling Woman – WREG.
I saw this video floating around Facebook and quite frankly it outraged me to no end.
I have no issue with the guy recording the checkpoint stop. I do however have an issue with him giving the Border Patrol officer a hard time for doing her job. He should have been thanking her, not making her job more difficult.
Law enforcement has the right to conduct these stops/checkpoints. If you have an issue with them, take them up with your Congressman and the SCOTUS. As long as they are conducted uniformly, without ‘profiling’ or singling one individual out, then they are completely constitutional. The SCOTUS ruled long ago that an individual is obligated to identify themselves to a law enforcement officer. A roadway is public property and operating a vehicle on them is a privilege (not a right) subject to public laws and regulations. Law enforcement is charged with enforcing those laws and regulations in a uniform manner and a person’s ability to use those roads is conditional.
We give the Border Patrol guys a hard time for people crossing the border illegally and not doing their jobs. Then when they are doing their jobs, idiots like this give them a hard time. So the next time you have an issue with a law enforcement officer doing their job, take the time to thank them for doing it. Then contact your local elected officials and give them a hard time about it.
Law enforcement simply enforces the laws created by our elected officials and courts. They cannot change the laws and/or enforcement policies. As long as they are professional and apply the law uniformly, we can ask no more of them.