The audio exchange in the above video was apparently recorded at the U.S./Canada border after a Canadian displayed contempt-of-cop towards the American law enforcement officer asking questions.
The officer began asking detailed questions as to what the man and his wife were going to do in the United States, including what stores they plan on shopping in.
The Canadian gave a little attitude about this question, which resulted in the officer ordering the both of them out of the car.
It goes on for almost ten minutes where an officer tells him “we don’t need any grounds” to harass him because this is the United States.
The guy is apparently placed inside a cell and told he was going to be charged with obstruction of justice.
An officer also tells him he could be charged with threatening and assaulting an officer.
The “threat” was when he asked an officer, “what are you going to do, shoot me?”
And the “assault” was when he pulled his arm away when one of the officers grabbed him.
It is not clear who recorded the audio. For all we know, it was leaked from the actual feds because at one point, they confirmed to him that he was being recorded.
And I would imagine if it would have been him, they would have confiscated the audio and thrown him in prison for the rest of his life or something.
But maybe they just released him after scaring the hell out of him.