This is why cops assault people who videotape them left and right. They used to be able to beat people up at will and then simply claim that the victim attacked them first and not only would the victim end up battered, but also with a lawsuit on their neck. But with cell phone cameras in virtually every person’s pocket, they can no longer do it freely but it’s clearly a hobby they’re having difficult time shaking off.
In the 11 minutes long video below, Alaska State Trooper is seen arguing with 20 year old Skyler Irene Waite inside her home in Kodiak, Alaska. At around 3:40 the woman moves behind him in what she said was her reaching for the door. The trooper responded by violently shoving her backward which prompted his partner to join in on the assault and sweep her off her feet and into a forceful faceplant.
Skyler Irene Waite demanded to know why she was being arrested but the Troopers could not think of a reason so it took the second officer a while to respond with “probably disorderly conduct.” In other words: “we are cops, we will find a reason to justify this assault and illegal arrest. Don’t you worry about that one, kiddo!”
According to Col. Keith Mallard, head of the Alaska State Troopers, the case is now being investigated but it’s only because video clearly showing the power tripping troopers resorting to police brutality has leaked. If there was no video, there would be no investigation into the misconduct. The police state is worse than the nigger state because you have no means to protect yourself against the largest gang in the country.
Neither of the power tripping troopers, which were identified as Brian Mitchell and Boyd Branch, have been placed on administrative leave. Skyler Irene Waite was however charged with fourth-degree assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. She spent the night in jail and paid $100 bail. Trooper Brian Mitchell wrote in the affidavit that he pushed Skyler Irene Waite because he “feared for his safety”. Feared for his safety – that’s the magical line by the cops akin to “Stop Resisting!”
The troopers reportedly searched the home and reportedly spotted a small amount of marijuana. Skyler Irene Waite argued with them that they shouldn’t assume she smoked pot just because they saw some in her home.
The most important lesson to learn from this video – never, ever, under any circumstances let a cop inside your home. Unless they have a warrant, they have no business snooping around. But they can, if you allow them in. And an equally important lesson is to always have a camera rolling when cops are talking to you. They are just drooling to assault you and charge you with assault on a police officer. And unless you have something to prove otherwise, you will be made a bad guy. The cops do NOT serve and protect you. They serve and protect the system.