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Member # 3698
 - posted May 14, 2010 09:45
This is apparently a couple of years old, but I ran across it recently, and found the lecturer, Mr. James Duane, to make a very logical legal argument for why a person should never agree to speak to the police (using their protections under the 5th amendment to the US constitution). Half of the lecture is handed over to a police officer who agrees and expands on what was said. I really didn't expect the video to be so persuasive.

Member # 780
 - posted May 14, 2010 10:38
Yeah...I saw that back then - it's awesome and a MUST SEE VIDEO!
Member # 2340
 - posted May 14, 2010 10:54
There is a comedian, (I can't remember who), who said of his arrest - I had the right to remain silent, but no longer had the ability.
Member # 170
 - posted May 14, 2010 13:01
Aditu wrote:
There is a comedian, (I can't remember who), who said of his arrest - I had the right to remain silent, but no longer had the ability.

Ron White. It's part of his Tater Salad story.
(probably NSFW if you don't have headphones, but I don't recall and I'm at work, so I'm not gonna listen to it at the moment).
Member # 780
 - posted May 14, 2010 21:52
Steen: Awesome link! [Big Grin]
Member # 4924
 - posted May 17, 2010 01:05
I had seen that years ago ( 2008 I think) but it is always good to have a refresher. this and cris rocks "how not to get your @$$ kicked by the police" are two essential videos for dealing with the police.

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