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An Arkansas man who was filming police from his own property ended up arrested on a felony weapon charge. But the video shows he was really arrested for contempt of cop. The man was clearly an instigator, calling the cops Nazis as they were arresting a woman in the street in front o

Man arrested for felony after calling cops Nazis on video




An Arkansas man who was filming police from his own property ended up arrested on a felony weapon charge.

But the video shows he was really arrested for contempt of cop.

The man was clearly an instigator, calling the cops Nazis as they were arresting a woman in the street in front of his house.

He did this after one of the officers waved at him, so they were not even concerned about the camera in the first place.

The action starts a little after the 5:45 mark.

That, of course, prompted them to walk up to him and demand his identification.

He starts ordering them off his property and going off about the New World Order and Israel and Iran.

They go back and forth for a few minutes until he finally gets arrested.

Before the video is shut off, the cops tells him he is being arrested for disorderly conduct.

But in the Youtube description, the man says he was arrested for a felony for a legal firearm they found. He said the charge was dropped the following day.


About Carlos Miller

Carlos Miller is founder and publisher of Photography is Not a Crime, which began as a one-man blog in 2007 to document his trial after he was arrested for photographing police during a journalistic assignment. He is also the author of The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which can be purchased through Amazon.

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