Cop RUNS from Citizen — Citizen Gives CHASE!

Published July 17, 2015 - 10 Comments

Lawless Government and the Slaves Who Support Them!


Soap Lake WA (Facebook Page) is a town of less than 2000 in corrupt Grant County.  Soap Lake is often refereed to as Dope Lake by locals. It’s a town that can barley keep it’s services going, yet somehow managed to get two new patrol SUV’s. — This was actually the first time I took on illegal unmarked police cars in Washington, a conversation that went viral last Fall. Life got in the way and I’m just getting this clip posted. I did not realize how crazy it was until I went through it.

I was at the store getting a snack when I noticed what appeared to be an officer in an unmarked car talking to some young men. I’d been seen people stopped by this unmarked car and I knew it was against the law. I questioned the officer about his illegal vehicle and he ran off. I followed. Soap Lake is a small town, so he can run, but he can’t hide. After he avoids me multiple times, we finally we exchange words and he retreats to the station. Soon he returns to the car, ignoring me as I knock on the window. Finally two local punks who claim to be his friends show up to intimidate me, hurling profanities and telling me I have no business questioning him. As all this happens the officer flees the scene.

I’ve come to expect lawless government. But this clip reveals WHY they get away with it. We have not held them accountable. These young men could care less about liberty or law as long as it does not effect them. This is what we have produced in government indoctrination centers we call public school. An apathetic generation that not only does not know liberty, they do not care!

I was quite assertive here. Part of that is because I know these Soap Lake police and I know their reputation. Boldness is a powerful thing and the officer here are punks, but make sure you know where to draw the line and make sure a camera is rolling. See my tips on filming and my article about how anyone can know the law!

I had more than just a camera to protect myself; but this is a reminder that you should ALWAYS film. The goons showed up, the officer left. I don’t know what they intended, but having the camera rolling put everyone on record. Never turn off the camera.

This goes so far beyond unmarked cars! It’s about a growing disrespect which so called law enforcement has for liberty and the people they serve. It’s about restoring accountability and values to America. It’s time to get serious, repent as a nation and start standing principled for what is right; so that our children are not slaves.

So long as government acts with impunity; liberty will be trampled.

— Gav



Carson - July 18, 2015 Reply

Dewey! Missed Ya.. He posted about this almost a year ago….but now he won’t risk being a nuisance anymore after his court case. He had to post this now because his support is dwindling. If this was really so epic he’d of posted it when he took the video. Just my two cents….I’ll be deleted again.

Michael Anthony CHIOFAR GUMMO BEAR - July 19, 2015 Reply

Police departments in America are now, organized, well-funded, supported by a majority of Americans–even though these Americans who support everything the police do are not the smartest–and increasingly thought of by the citizens they harass, beat, annoy, intimidate, kill, etc, to the extent that they can still think or have freedom of speech–which is disappearing–these lawbreaking-authorities have guns, and a whole system of corrupt prosecutors who will file phony charges, jail for extreme lengths of time, and sometimes extort a “guilty plea” from even the toughest of the righteous, and create hell for their fellow citizens. They should be taken to account! With what is recently been happening around America, I see a little bit of hope: BUT NOT IN THE COURT PROCESS: even corrupt judges {and, most of them are corrupt} are unaccountable to anyone. I love ready Your article!

    Dennis Kauffman - July 22, 2015 Reply

    That’s it in a nutshell, problem they have, is they can all be put in front of an augmented citizens consolidation, with either a kangaroo court, like they give us, or a fair hearing without their millionaire crooked attorneys, and sociopolitical birds of a feather, some of which will also be examined and put where they used to put us, with people like themselves, they deserve each other and it would relieve a lot of angry people who they fucked over. A lot of them are angels, compared to these corrupt people abusing their position of public trust, who unlawfully and unjustly imprisoned them. Maybe we should push back and establish a justice day for them to worry about and, see how they like intimidation, disrespect, and harassment. Maybe 6/6/20_ _ ? Watch how they play fair. If you can’t handle this go back to your henhouse.

Jeff - July 19, 2015 Reply

Why don’t we form our own police comprised of citizens , so we can arrest the police under citizens arrest . Why can’t we intimidate them
With our own back up and we should even be able to tazer, and or shoot them if they don’t comply or if they interfere in anyway with our investigation

Bruce Gambill - July 21, 2015 Reply

The old saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” most certainly fits the bill here. But to have their words accompany their picture has to be worth a good Twenty Five Hundred words!

Apparently Officer Cox must figure you are really in the loop so to speak or carry a crystal ball with you that enables you to look into it for all the answers to the unknown. Point being, just as to how you or anyone would have been able to surmise that he was in the middle of a High Priority Hot & Heavy Official Investigation, so the cheap desperate “interfering with an Official investigation” tag would hold up in court, behooves me , as it would anyone. Didn’t Officer Cox state that he was working on getting two snitches to basically do his investigative work for him?

Dennis Kauffman - July 22, 2015 Reply

Good job buddy, you not only exposed an incompetent cop, but now there are pictures of a couple of ignorant snitches, living in a fishbowl. What’s that old saying?

Justa Citizen - July 22, 2015 Reply

RCW 46.08.065
Publicly owned vehicles to be marked—Exceptions.

*** CHANGE IN 2015 *** (SEE 5024.SL) ***
(1) It is unlawful for any public officer having charge of any vehicle owned or controlled by any county, city, town, or public body in this state other than the state of Washington and used in public business to operate the same upon the public highways of this state unless and until there shall be displayed upon such automobile or other motor vehicle in letters of contrasting color not less than one and one-quarter inches in height in a conspicuous place on the right and left sides thereof, the name of such county, city, town, or other public body, together with the name of the department or office upon the business of which the said vehicle is used. This section shall not apply to vehicles of a sheriff’s office, local police department, or any vehicles used by local peace officers under public authority for special undercover or confidential investigative purposes. This subsection shall not apply to: (a) Any municipal transit vehicle operated for purposes of providing public mass transportation; (b) any vehicle governed by the requirements of subsection (4) of this section; nor to (c) any motor vehicle on loan to a school district for driver training purposes. It shall be lawful and constitute compliance with the provisions of this section, however, for the governing body of the appropriate county, city, town, or public body other than the state of Washington or its agencies to adopt and use a distinctive insignia which shall be not less than six inches in diameter across its smallest dimension and which shall be displayed conspicuously on the right and left sides of the vehicle. Such insignia shall be in a color or colors contrasting with the vehicle to which applied for maximum visibility. The name of the public body owning or operating the vehicle shall also be included as part of or displayed above such approved insignia in colors contrasting with the vehicle in letters not less than one and one-quarter inches in height. Immediately below the lettering identifying the public entity and agency operating the vehicle or below an approved insignia shall appear the words “for official use only” in letters at least one inch high in a color contrasting with the color of the vehicle. The appropriate governing body may provide by rule or ordinance for marking of passenger motor vehicles as prescribed in subsection (2) of this section or for exceptions to the marking requirements for local governmental agencies for the same purposes and under the same circumstances as permitted for state agencies under subsection (3) of this section.
(2) Except as provided by subsections (3) and (4) of this section, passenger motor vehicles owned or controlled by the state of Washington, and purchased after July 1, 1989, must be plainly and conspicuously marked on the lower left-hand corner of the rear window with the name of the operating agency or institution or the words “state motor pool,” as appropriate, the words “state of Washington — for official use only,” and the seal of the state of Washington or the appropriate agency or institution insignia, approved by the *department of general administration. Markings must be on a transparent adhesive material and conform to the standards established by the *department of general administration. For the purposes of this section, “passenger motor vehicles” means sedans, station wagons, vans, light trucks, or other motor vehicles under ten thousand pounds gross vehicle weight.
(3) Subsection (2) of this section shall not apply to vehicles used by the Washington state patrol for general undercover or confidential investigative purposes. Traffic control vehicles of the Washington state patrol may be exempted from the requirements of subsection (2) of this section at the discretion of the chief of the Washington state patrol. The *department of general administration shall adopt general rules permitting other exceptions to the requirements of subsection (2) of this section for other vehicles used for law enforcement, confidential public health work, and public assistance fraud or support investigative purposes, for vehicles leased or rented by the state on a casual basis for a period of less than ninety days, and those provided for in **RCW 46.08.066(3). The exceptions in this subsection, subsection (4) of this section, and those provided for in **RCW 46.08.066(3) shall be the only exceptions permitted to the requirements of subsection (2) of this section.
(4) Any motorcycle, vehicle over 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight, or other vehicle that for structural reasons cannot be marked as required by subsection (1) or (2) of this section that is owned or controlled by the state of Washington or by any county, city, town, or other public body in this state and used for public purposes on the public highways of this state shall be conspicuously marked in letters of a contrasting color with the words “State of Washington” or the name of such county, city, town, or other public body, together with the name of the department or office that owns or controls the vehicle.
(5) All motor vehicle markings required under the terms of this chapter shall be maintained in a legible condition at all times. [1998 c 111 § 4; 1989 c 57 § 9; 1975 1st ex.s. c 169 § 1; 1961 c 12 § 46.08.065. Prior: 1937 c 189 § 46; RRS § 6360-46. Formerly RCW 46.36.140.

kimm - August 3, 2015 Reply

the’re at it again, another new car a black charger (hot)not marked. ( I’ve had a few runs with the chief myself) The two real dumb guys, the dark haired kid has two new, and one baby on the way by three different females. (so i’ve heard) and its people like them why we can’t get rid of that name (dope lake.)thank you for opening our eyes to the truth.

H - August 22, 2015 Reply

Wow, really? Most judges are corrupt? People that support the police are “not the smartest?” “Why don’t we start our own citizen police force?” Wow.
Police organization are a group of citizens that were created by us you moron. Where does the most judges are corrupt comment come from. Any evidence or did you just unfairly pass judgement on every judge across the nation – maybe your opinion looks a little corrupted. As far as this video goes, what is the big deal, the police car isn’t marked. Oh no, what a major injustice, I feel so violated. Oh wait it a typical undercover police car with those amazingly obvious wheels that identify as an undercover police car. You have noticed that, right? You can’t be that stupid, or can you? Anyway if he was conducting an investigation, then you clearly interfered with in and could have been arrested for it, but the officer calmly left. (Notice I didn’t say “ran away” like you did repeatedly) then you followed him into the station and stuck your foot in the door of a restricted area. What gives you the right to do that. Again you probably could have been arrested but the officer again remained calm and polite. At this point you are now more of a problem to society than this cop trying to do his job in the car he is issued and has no say in weather it’s marked or not.
The best result of this video would be that you really did screw up an investigation and thus a criminal that would have been in jail went free. That same criminal then later injures someone, hopefully you, your supporters, or maybe your family members. Then you would either blame the cops for not doing their job or call them for help and expect them to do everything they can to help find the “bad guy” after you pulled this stupid crap.
This video is so clearly a sad attempt by you to say “look at me look at me aren’t I cool !” How self absorbed are you? An unmarked police car, really, that’s the best you could do? Since I don’t break the law the cops can have all the unmarked cars they want, why would that bother anyone. Are they breaking the law, don’t know an I’m not taking your word for it. Did you ever drive over the speed limit? Oh my god you probably did, I should follow you around while you are at, ask you some questions on camera about why you drove 33 in a 30mph zone. When try to go in your private office, I’ll stick my foot in the door and continue to ask you questions about the tremendous violation of the law and how you feel about it. I’ll also say how you “ran away from me,” when you get so sick of my stupid arrogance that all you want is to get away from me and avoid punching me in the face which is exactly what I would deserve. …… Just as you did in your pointless, ego-video.
I am sorry I assumed you had a job, when during the work week when did you take this video? Hmmmmmm?

Gene Frederick Ray - September 13, 2015 Reply

YOUR meaningless trouble making gets publicity for your forth commong failed run for office.
Typical know it all bully.

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