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Friday, April 4, 2014

THIS is CRAZY! N.O.P.D out of Control - Martial Law Indeed...


What happened to the 4th Amendment?  A man's home is his Sanctuary,  Life, Liberty & Justice? AND, if you listen closely at the 1:52 mark he says "I'mma shoot you in the head"...WOW!

New Orleans Cop enters without a warrant, arrests without a charge
Cop Abusing His Authority?: New Orleans Police Officer Over Steps His Boundaries As He Walks Into Mans House & Arrests Him For No Reason

UPDATE: 

The Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office released a statement late Thursday regarding the arrest of Donrell Breaux. According to the statement, the officer was responding to a call from a neighbor who claimed that a black male was cursing at him, his wife and his children, even when asked to stop. The unnamed neighbor said that he felt threatened by this and called 911. He also said that he wanted to press charges against the male subject, who was cursing, and added that he could smell marijuana.
When the officer arrived at the scene, he asked for identification from Breaux. The officer confirmed that he, too, could smell marijuana.

 From the statement:
As the officer walked with Breaux towards the door he told him he was under arrest. (Under arrest for what though)  As the officer followed him into the doorway with his handcuffs in hand, Breaux attempted to close the door on the officer. The officer continued into the home where a brief struggle ensued. (That didn't look brief to me) The officer did in fact tell the suspect he was under arrest for resisting an officer, as indicated in the video. (Um no, he had every right to resist an UNLAWFUL arrest) Breaux was eventually placed in handcuffs and taken into custody.

According to the Times-Picayune, Breaux is now saying he is a victim of an unlawful arrest by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy. According to Breaux, the arrest was because of a neighbor with whom he was having a disagreement.

"I knew [the deputy] was a personal friend [of the neighbor]," Breaux told the Times-Picayune, "…and I thought it was an unlawful arrest. I don't have to submit to an unlawful arrest."

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