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Trooper threatens man filming ‘traffic stop,’ exhales 2 feet from him, rips mask

Man attacked by state trooper for filming arrest

Posted by Andrew Golden on Monday, August 10, 2020

A Tennessee state trooper bullies a man standing on a sidewalk and making a cellphone video of a “traffic stop” under the state’s shipping-trucking-freight-hauling-transportation law at Title 55 — an arrest of a person who appears to be using a private car. The video shows the officer coming right up into the face of the cop watch person, bawls him out, and rips his mask off his face. It is reported within a week the trooper is fired over this incident.

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