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New York Police Lose It Over a Drone (Lawsuit Ongoing)

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Update: Plaintiff's Depositions are scheduled for October 18, 2018. Link to 1st followup video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Szsn8JFmkU Link to 2nd followup video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66CRZzLGfNI Link to 3rd followup video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUi7lcPELYg A lawsuit has been filed against Wayne County, and the state of New York. As of July 14, 2018, it is still working its way through the slow legal system, with government lawyers dragging things out as long as possible. We will update when possible. Here are a couple court documents: http://sharkonline.org/images/Documents/nystatecomplaint.pdf http://sharkonline.org/images/Documents/nywaynecocomplaint.pdf Depositions scheduled for May, 2018 were put off because the government claimed it couldn't read our video files. Interesting, as everyone else including our lawyers can read them... The SHARK team appreciates those commenters who have a grasp of the US Constitution, and the vital rights it bestows on our citizens. Brave Americans have died to preserve and defend these rights, and it is tragic that so many people are not only unaware of their rights, but moreover are willing to give them up, and even insist that others do the same. The Constitution gives Americans the opportunity to stand, but standing requires a spine - something quite a number of people lack today. We will continue to stand strong with other proud Americans. November 13, 2016, a SHARK team uses an Angel drone to get an aerial view of Marshall Farms, a company in North Rose, New York that raises beagles, ferrets and other animals for research. Although absolutely no laws were broken, police made an illegal traffic stop that lasted more than an hour. The bullying and incompetence is hard to believe. Per the ACLU: Police may stop and briefly detain you only if there is reasonable suspicion that you committed, are committing or are about to commit a crime. The police lost their credibility, their dignity, and any legitimacy by selling out to a company that sells animals for research. Shame on the New York State Police and the Wayne County Sheriff's Department. We are in the process of reviewing our legal options, and will provide updates as decisions are made. Please email both law enforcement agencies about how their officers acted. Please be polite, and please let us know if you get a response: New York State Police: FIELDCMD@troopers.ny.gov IAFFAIRS@troopers.ny.gov Wayne County Sheriff: Sheriff Barry Virts bvirts@co.wayne.ny.us SHARK has set up a "Go Fund Me" Account to help with our travel and legal expenses. Help SHARK by donating here: https://www.gofundme.com/sharks-expenses There is no law against flying over private property. While we very much appreciate the supportive comments many people have left, we ask you to consider that threats against police officers is not the way to go. While SHARK will stand against bad cops, we do not wish them harm - we only wish to get rid of the bad cops, so the good police can do their jobs. Harming others is what we are trying to end, so let's not threaten even those with whom we very much disagree. We certainly understand the emotion, having seen so much corruption firsthand, but violence is not the answer.
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No Retreat (2 months ago)
EVERYBODY please board the TRAIN.... l just have a job to do... please comply there will be showers at the conclusion of your journey.
Alexander K (21 days ago)
+leftwing1975 omg autocorrect human man
Alejandro P (1 month ago)
Ya know , a lot of Americans don't realize that we have a very old law that is still on the books . The law states that Citizens may use force to prevent an unlawful arrest to the point of taking an arresting officer's life if necessary. Ckeck out Plummer vs State 136 Ind 306. His murder conviction was over turned by the Supreme Court of the United States on the basis of this law. The law further states that an arrest made with a defective warrant , or one issued without affidavit , or one that fails to allege that an actual crime has been committed by the one who is being arrested , the individual may resist arrest , break away and take the officers life to protect themselves against unlawful arrest. lf the arresting officer is killed by one who is so resisting the killing will be no more than an involuntary manslaughter charge at worst. Pass this information along.
Photon Candle (1 month ago)
Joe Bonar  shoot it down.
Better With Rum (1 month ago)
Joe Bonar  not illegal to fly over someone's property, the reason they got caught is because they didn't keep a decent distance away and maintain some coverage. https://www.faa.gov/uas/faqs/#ffr
Better With Rum (1 month ago)
Mitchell Billings  and he'd have a close to free ACLU lawyer that would be on your department's ass. Better to just piss them off by making them wait around and waste time
Casey Wagner (3 days ago)
robot cop
Casey Wagner (3 days ago)
so dirty
Yeet Boi (3 days ago)
This video is what is wrong with this world when a police officer asks you to do something you a legally suppose to do it
Bear (3 days ago)
Yeet Boi No, that's not how the law works. It IS what officers want you to think. Officers cannot just pull people over without lawful cause. They have to actually suspect you of committing a crime. The officers even admit that SHARK didn't commit a crime.
SHARK (3 days ago)
Yeet Boi: You feel free to bend over for crooked cops. We'll cooperate when they're on the level. We won't roll over from those who are corrupt.
COMBAT DOC (3 days ago)
They don't want people to be aware of the ugly shit they do...and the po-po is in bed with them.. the toothpick with the fedora knew who this dude was when he ran the plates. The cameraman can get more cops to show up than the Drug Cartels 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 !!!!!😎😎😎😎😎😎😎
gypzino (4 days ago)
when a police officer asks for your i.d,show your i.d.....simple
Bear (3 days ago)
The officer is violating the law, and they have zero legal obligation to show ID. Simple.
Coleman Meyer (4 days ago)
Those hats are very silly
Dj ZoO (5 days ago)
What's the first thing a police officer's wife does before having sex???................. ............... ..... she drops her husband off at work!
Ed Sheldon (7 days ago)
Love the, low slung, fedora wearing db cop.
Prens Oyuncakçı (8 days ago)
it's good that you know your rights and laws sir a lot of people don't know that
LuckyArizona LuckyArizona (8 days ago)
New York is filled with retards rich people and homeless mother fuckers...
msheffield24 (8 days ago)
Idiots like you out stirring up trouble costing taxpayers money fooling with your bullshit. Go get a job and quit wasting peoples time. Law enforcement should'nt have to waste their time on your stupid ass foolishness.
Bear (3 days ago)
msheffield24 "Law enforcement shouldn't have to waste their time...." Well, the law states that they are not allowed to waste their time detaining a person without suspecting them of a crime. So, we agree that they shouldn't waste their time.
Yeet Boi (3 days ago)
SHARK you don’t have to carry an ID but you will be detained until they can positively ID you so they did have the right to detain you.
SHARK (8 days ago)
msheffield24: Surely you are correct. The country should just be full of toadies like you, and we can dump our rights and the Constitution. You can show everyone how to stuff you head up a corrupt official's behind.
Callum Coldrick (10 days ago)
Fuck the 👮‍♀️
Callum Coldrick (10 days ago)
Fuck the police
Yeet Boi (3 days ago)
Callum Coldrick how about fuck you shumuck
Alex Lopez (10 days ago)
Those Wayne county sheriff's deputies looked like you pulled them away from a DD...
ROBLOX gaming ROBLOX gamer (12 days ago)
Yes, actually a Sergeant did show up, and Sergeants are Supervisors, so a Supervisor did show.
Bear (9 days ago)
The Sergeant wasn't the detaining officer's supervisor. It would be like asking for a manager at McDonald's, but the Manager At Burger King shows up instead.
The Frase (13 days ago)
NYSP here......I may or may not have commented on this before so I will now......sadly officers do not know the law. Individuals can claim land ownership but they cannot claim ownership of the airspace above their property. Private property owners can only claim nuisance, recklessness, or violation of any state/city law. But it’s only trespassing if takeoff/landing occurs from the property. SHARK .......you are 100% correct in this encounter. And no you DID NOT need to identify yourself. If I made this stop you would have been on your way in 5 seconds.
D Takata (17 days ago)
I think you have your heart in the right place protecting animals that are unable to protect themselves, BUT, your brain is in the wrong place. If your beef is with Marshall Farms you shouldn't direct your energy on the Officers trying to do their jobs. What you failed to see is that the Officers were not there and anyone can call and make a complaint and it is the officers job to stop, detain all possible suspect/s and obtain a statement/s from witness/es and those involved and everyone will have their chance in court. This is the American way of justice, however, when you refused to provide an Identification to the officer they are going to think, "Why are they refusing? Are they guilty? Are they Hiding something? Do they have warrants? etc..." You should have identified yourself, explain yourself what and why you are doing what you did and either write a statement or receive a penal summons and go to court. This would have been WAY MORE EFFECTIVE in accomplishing your job, directing your energy against Marshall Farms, gain a ton of public support and probably have larger groups and organization assist you. But, you did the "media" by displacing only your side, the bad side and hope to gain people's thinking..... Bad move.... Plus I do believe you are in violation of public privacy. Although it is not a violent crime and that your goal was to expose animal rights. So, again, heart in the right place, brain is in the wrong place. .....
Marko Nikolic (14 days ago)
"public privacy" do You realise how stupid that sounds?
Bear (15 days ago)
"you shouldn't direct your energy on the Officers trying to do their jobs." The problem is that the officers failed their jobs here. This is an unlawful stop. The cops are required to suspect them of a crime in order to stop them. The cops admitted that they SHARK didn't commit a crime.
w1k (18 days ago)
poor troll.. why u trolling police?
PressX2start (12 days ago)
So if the Police does a bad job, you blame the innocent person. You're part of the problem.
Bear (15 days ago)
Because the police are criminals in this scenario. They stopped SHARK without evidence of a crime.
Alexander K (21 days ago)
woman walking her dog got asked for ID didn't take it with her left it at home. Got arrested. Period. whats so hard to understand its probable cause when you are denying your identification to a police officer what are you hiding? makes them think you have a warrant, etc.... you guys are just baiting the cops. One day its going to turn our real ugly for you "sharks". This is what you do when your finally retired? fly drones and bait cops into making some sort of mistake? you just wasted 4 hours of your life. an hour and 20 mins in the street and 2 hours and 40 mins in your local police dept.
Alexander K (21 days ago)
is Brooklyn, NY different from Lyons, NEW YORK ? NO ID = arrest....
SHARK (3 days ago)
+Yeet Boi The officer said there was no crime. What crime are you claiming?
Yeet Boi (3 days ago)
Bear they did suspect them of a crime
Bear (15 days ago)
You don't have to identify yourself to officers who don't suspect you of a crime.
Alexander K (21 days ago)
cops were being very patient..... both the cops and these Clyde NY citizens are morons they wanted to get arrested. no ID you get arrested
Alexander K (21 days ago)
just give him your ID moron
Alexander K (21 days ago)
hillbilly polce
ismet (22 days ago)
they are just tired of eating donuts and looking for some action
SHARK (3 days ago)
+Yeet Boi You sure talk like a cop sucker.
Yeet Boi (3 days ago)
ismet that is just a dick move they are there to serve and protect and they followed procedure this guy is a complete idiot he just wanted something to bitch and moan about
Andrew King (22 days ago)
Dude we've been feeling like this for ever now you know how we feel
Andrew King (22 days ago)
No people this evening New York this is Nazi Germany hahaha
Andrew King (22 days ago)
But the drivers white what's going on is this Nazi Germany f****** a dude welcome to the party white boys
Andrew King (22 days ago)
More power to the black man f****** these whitewife f*** these white chicken s*** mother f***** cops
Andrew King (22 days ago)
They're nothing but white chicken s*** m************ little cocks that's why black men are f****** their white wives right about now with the big Mandingo cock
paraclete Edward Jay Robin (23 days ago)
New York Drone Regulations Federal Drone Laws in New York These are drone laws that apply to every state in the U.S., including New York, and were created by the federal government. To fly a drone as a commercial pilot in the state of New York (i.e. for work / business purposes) you are required to follow the requirements of the FAA’s Part 107 Small UAS Rule (Part 107), which includes passing the FAA’s Aeronautical Knowledge Test to obtain a Remote Pilot Certificate. To fly a drone as a hobbyist in the state of New York (i.e. for fun / pleasure) you are required to register your drone with the FAA and follow the FAA’s Special Rule for Model Aircraft. To fly a drone as a government employee in the state of New York (i.e., for a police or fire department) you may either operate under the FAA’s Part 107 rule or obtain a federal Certificate of Authorization (COA). Note: The content on this page is meant for informational purposes only, and is not meant to take the place of legal counsel. State Drone Laws in New York These are drone laws that apply to the entire state of New York, and were created by the New York State Assembly. According to the New York Department of Transportation and the New York State Assembly there are currently no state laws in place concerning the operations of drones in New York. All drone pilots operating commercially in the state of New York are subject to the FAA’s Part 107 rules. Learn more about the FAA’s certification process to obtain a commercial drone license in this free guide.
PATSFAN420 (23 days ago)
largest and most violent gang in the country, they can kill you for any reason and have no fear, everytime one is taken out i feel nothing for them they deserve every bit of it. every cop right there should locked up for years, loss of pension and never allowed to server in any public job these men are nothing but massive thugs i hope each of them suffer horrible ends.
Luquan Brennan (23 days ago)
Just show your id idiots in black and I dont agree with this
Matthew Waldman (24 days ago)
Sir, you MUST HAVE set a state record for most cops to respond to a call where NONE of them know if a crime has actually been committed. This is incredible.
Rod Staudinger (25 days ago)
Just let these cops do their job. It is called an investigation. If they knew all of the answers when they pulled your happy ass over they wouldn't need to stop you to ask questions. You know crooks recon people's property for future burglaries, home invasions etc. I happen to like the fact that the cops took the time to look into your activities.
Bear (15 days ago)
An officer is allowed to investigate. However, in the course of their investigation, they are still required to follow the law. If the investigation gives them reasonable and articulate facts that a suspect is committing a crime, then they can absolutely detain them. However, the cops admitted that they didn't suspect SHARK of a crime. The cops committed the crimes here, not SHARK.
SHARK (25 days ago)
Rod Staudinger: You are completely ignorant of even the most basic requirements imposed on law enforcement, and of the protections of the Constitution. Sorry, but we can't fix stupid of careless, and you are both.
Lyle Webb (26 days ago)
Show your Identification and and you could leave it takes like 5-10 minutes. If there are no laws broken then your good. ignorant children just trying to destroy cops. They receive the call then identify all parties involved runt he investigation and find no ill-play then nothing happens
Bear (15 days ago)
Or, the cops could have done their job and the stop never would have happened. There were laws broken here, by the officers. It is illegal for an officer to detain someone without suspecting them of a crime.
Sandra Burnett (25 days ago)
Why though it's not a crime if you are suspected of a crime then fine you have to identify yourself but there was no crime as the officer pointed out
Vaping Fanatic (26 days ago)
Cops, cop wives and pussies = all the dislikes!! EDIT: Also people who have no problem giving in to their rights!!!
Yeet Boi (3 days ago)
Vaping Fanatic the people who disliked are actual educated on the law which clearly you aren’t
Eva Evul (29 days ago)
do day now that ahhhhh
Cupcake (29 days ago)
Update?
SHARK (28 days ago)
Cupcake: Some depositions were taken on Thursday, and more are scheduled for Monday/Tuesday. We may then put out an update. At least things are moving a bit.
darin pierce (29 days ago)
I like the hats, shows allot of white authority!
Rodney Cuttleback (27 days ago)
Whites have Never had any Style..
Kevin Heggs (28 days ago)
White people smell like salami
Transcendent HD (29 days ago)
Fucking pigs think they are boss. Kill all of them I say
Transcendent HD (28 days ago)
Jeroim3142 not really lol. People have killed cops before. I only speak those words but that's how I feel what can I say? What can you say?
Jeroim3142 (29 days ago)
Too far man....
Transcendent HD (29 days ago)
SHARK that's true. The fact that they can get away with it is ridiculous. LEGAL CRIMINALS? You should watch one video where he gets harrased for picking up his police wife in the police parking lot.
SHARK (29 days ago)
Transcendent HD: We get the frustration and outrage, believe me. We just can't lower ourselves to their level, and we certainly don't want to make martyrs out of them.
Transcendent HD (29 days ago)
SHARK oh deep down Ik what u wanna do. your HUMAN. you know I’m right ;) :)
猪头大傻子 (30 days ago)
Based on,this video, this police is good enough. If you are in China, you will get,fucked by police. They dont allow you,to,record
Sam Pepper of Vegas (1 month ago)
There is no crime.
bluewater beats (1 month ago)
That’s right cops are dicks and thay give information to anyone people can’t trust police anymore that’s why people are sick of them dirty cops suck I hate cops
猪头大傻子 (30 days ago)
american polices are good , if you come to other countries
8000SAC (1 month ago)
NY state police = very, very stupid...! :O)))
flyingjeep911 (1 month ago)
My toddlers are more compliant that you guys.
Cale Steinspring (11 days ago)
+Bear agreed
Bear (30 days ago)
Yes, toddlers are sort of like sheep. They don't know better.
One Shot07 (1 month ago)
Dude just answer the freaking question, it's as easy as that. Seriously 1 And why can't you just identify yourself, if what you doing is legal, there shouldn't be any trouble to just say your name. 2 7:39 Come on man you're literally doing it from the rest of the video.
Transcendent HD (29 days ago)
Shut the fuck up pig.
Bear (30 days ago)
One Shot07 1. Why don't YOU show us your identification. If what you are doing is legal, there shouldn't be any trouble just identifying yourself. 2. The cops are the ones making themselves look bad when they violate the law. It is possible to like a group of people as a whole, but also stand up against the few who violate their oath.
Dontknowme23 (1 month ago)
I think the better thing to say would be in the lines of, "depending on what your end goal was for flying the drones over that community could we determine if what you were doing". Also if that person had a reasonable expectation of privacy then flying the drones over them would be violating their fourth amendment rights.
twitching habit (1 month ago)
When someone thinks they're smart but are actually stupid ass fuck. And dont know the laws them selves.
Reece Bready (1 month ago)
How to be a jackass: be like you fucking idiots. Everything they did is within THEIR rights. Pull ur damn head out of ur ass, and smarten up, you act like 5 year olds. Yeah want to know why you didn’t get charges, all because the police decided it’s not worth ruining you and your dumb friends life over charging you. “Showing animals respect and kindness.” Soooo your also saying that Animals shouldn’t be used for science because it’s not respectful? Then how do you expect there to be any cures for major virus, and diseases in the future. The lack of knowledge and education on policing, law, and science has me dumb founded with you guys. Wow.. just wow. I know for a fact you fly a drone over my house police will he called, and I’ll be shooting that waste of money down fast. Go get a real job, clearly you have too much time on ur hands to be this stupid.
Sam Pepper of Vegas (1 month ago)
Reece Bready you would make a good compliant lemming
American Father (1 month ago)
You're wrong. You don't have to show your papers in America. Don't be a sheep 🐑
Lochie Rennie (1 month ago)
Pretty sure you’re not allowed to fly a drone near power lines 😬
Peter Rod (1 month ago)
STUPID COP= you will be arrested, VICTIM.. arrested for what crime? STUPID COP= there is no crime!!!!!!!!!!
Peter Rod (1 month ago)
usually when a cop shows you the badge a PHOTO ID must be accompany with that badge, the keystone cops combine with the 3 stooges. these cops really are idiots. they really DO NOT know the law they trying to enforce this is the crazies yet.
Skitz LaMOE (1 month ago)
Ok I am for law and order... with that being said, I do not believe these guys to be what someone iz callin sovereign citizens. Reason being iz cause they were doing an investigation of the dog treatment and tryin to keep this on the DL (down low-secret). Now it iz not a law to fly a drone over private property (certain distance) so they didn't break the law, so if u don't have to show your ID stand your ground, goto jail and get out... Goin to watch the rest... Good conclusion... Now going to go watch some Live PD on DVR...
vallejo ca (1 month ago)
Pigs
Brandy Farmer (1 month ago)
ITS INVASION OF PRIVACY! I WOULDNT GO FLYING A DRONE OVER YOUR HOUSE AND LOOKING AROUND YOUR HOUSE! ITS THE SAME THING! COPS ARE RIGHT!
Riley Richmond (1 month ago)
You dont own the air space above your house
Anthony Andolina (1 month ago)
Finally someone who actually knows he law
Nyc Bible (1 month ago)
Until the drone picks up footage of the perp dragging your family members body through a field and saves their live... then it's ''oh god bless you for saving my family member! You are a hero!'' It's all finger pointing till it involves you and effects you in a positive or negative light. Then you are picking the side that best suits your position of involvement. Truth is there are two sides to everything. Name something that doesn't have two sides and I am sure someone will speak up and say otherwise so there!
LadyDi49 Diana (1 month ago)
No law was broken!
LadyDi49 Diana (1 month ago)
New York State police are BS cops. Don’t know the law and could care less! Get a attorney and sue their asses! It’s worth it!
LadyDi49 Diana (1 month ago)
Of course the cop gave the farm employee all the DL information.
LadyDi49 Diana (1 month ago)
Illegal traffic stop!
LadyDi49 Diana (1 month ago)
This is such BS but what does anyone expect from a cop! No crime committed, NO ID!
Nyc Bible (1 month ago)
I am starting to think if I ever get messed with I will just get on my phone and call in an anonymous ''shots fired'' back at the address I was at! I bet they pack up and go REAL QUICK! These guys are bored and looking for fun! They'd love a good old fashion annonymous ''shots fired'' call LOL!
Nyc Bible (1 month ago)
For those who don't understand what I am saying, when you get pulled over/harassed for nothing, get on your phone, call in a ''shots fired'' anonymous tip/call about ''shots fired'' at a nearby landmark close enough to the place to where the cop who pulled you over will have to split and say ''sorry I have an urgent call'', ''your lucky you are getting off with a warning!'' And then the officer will bolt to the location whihc had recieved the ''anonymous tip''. This will only be possible until police start getting enough ''tips'' to the point they start following up and charging people with/for fraudulent reporting but right now I bet you can get away with it especially in NY!
Skitz LaMOE (1 month ago)
lol...
Fishh CT (1 month ago)
You, are an idiot, an ass, complete fucking bafoon in every regard. Ethically using a drone on private property is tucked to begin with, stops for reasonable suspicion of trespassing is legal. And they have a right to detain you until you provide identification. This could have all been easy if you simply told them who you are just as they told you. You're a fucking idiot who will get nowhere with this lawsuit and continue to do nothing but piss those off who work to protect your area and waste their time
Sideshow Bob (1 month ago)
Are you having a stroke?
Nyc Bible (1 month ago)
FUCK YOU you piece of shit! If he did not break the law then fuck off! If he broke the law charge him with something and get over yourself! Either way, FUCK OFF!
Bear (1 month ago)
"stops for reasonable suspicion of trespassing is legal" It sure is. However, they didn't have reasonable suspicion of trespassing. They were in the public the whole time. "they have a right to detain you until you provide identification." Absolutely, if they suspect them of a crime. They didn't. "who will get nowhere with this lawsuit...." They have a pretty open and shut case. The officers admitted to not suspecting them of a crime, which makes the entire stop unlawful. "to do nothing but piss those off who work to protest your area and waste their time." If the officers followed the law, then no time would have been wasted. That's their own fault.
Nathaniel Hall (1 month ago)
Whether I agree with your cause or not, this is ridiculous. Flying a drone over private property is not illegal and the state cannot even regulate the flying of drones over private property because it is out of their jurisdiction. Look at Singer v. City of Newton. That case only applies to the federal district court of Massachusetts, but it would be a decent case to reference. There are several issues of unlawful detainment because of the lack of RAS and the duration of the stop plus the failure to ID is an issue. They were able to ID the driver on (iffy) grounds of a traffic stop, but passengers cannot be required to identify as part of a traffic stop. Requiring them to do so as part of a traffic stop would be an illegal. I specify traffic stop because requiring ID as an investigation regarding illegal activity for the drone (stalking or harassment, not trespassing) would be allowed, but the officer already said they were doing anything illegal and the people just wanted to know who you were. Again, regardless of whether I agree with your cause, go get 'em.
Nathaniel Hall (1 month ago)
"You could've asked me and I would've told you." Uh, you guys already told me to be quiet.
Edward Allen Walsh (1 month ago)
Man u guys were treated like YouTube stars by the police I wish someone fly a drone up ur, oh btw nice how ur wife asks Honey Should I Give Em My id....like you u know u wanna but u don't wanna disappoint.....u don't get any care from me.
Fred Garvin (1 month ago)
you have to show you are licensed to operate a motor vehicle.
NoMoreInfo4You (1 month ago)
Their hats make them look like bigger dicks than they are?
Fred Garvin (1 month ago)
SHARK are some horrible people.
Nathaniel Hall (1 month ago)
I don't necessarily disagree with you regarding the actions of SHARK BUT the behavior of the officers is still unacceptable. I do drone work and I know that simply flying over private property is not illegal nor are they or the state allowed to regulate where an aircraft can fly. Then there are the multiple constitutional violations that I saw. The officers admitted there was no crime- the complainant just wanted to know who they were. There wasn't a legitimate traffic stop, there wasn't a legitimate detainment, and there wasn't a legitimate search and seizure. That's a problem whether it is SHARK or not.
Fred Garvin (1 month ago)
so you asked for a question and that is my answer. it is complete B.S. that the SHARK people harass others by being close to their functions or property for no other reason to interrupt someone elses life or business.
Fred Garvin (1 month ago)
+Bear because they harass other people solely because they have different beliefs than them. the "left" or "liberal" side of the political culture in the USA are intolerant people that feel they should be able to force everyone to live and think the same way they do. i don't think one person should be allowed to tell other what to think, or how to live, or what to eat, and etc.
Bear (1 month ago)
Okay, but why is that? What have they done that makes them horrible people? Maybe you are right. However, I haven't seen anything that supports that statement. In this video, the followed the law, when the police did not. They still didn't physically resist the officers, when they could have legally used physical force against he officers. They showed much more respect than the criminals in this video deserved. I have pro police, but these police violated the law and became the criminals. That shouldn't be tolerated.
Cheryl Barrow (1 month ago)
Reminds me if used to tolit paper after a #2
96 TXtoast III (1 month ago)
Those hats look ridiculous, Texas state troopers look badass compared to NY troopers
Skitz LaMOE (1 month ago)
Texas in tha house... I believe Texas has more Law Enforcement divisions than any other state... State Troopers, City Cops, Constables etc. I know there are more but my mind fails me...
dick Warlock (1 month ago)
I live in New York the police are very tribal. Good luck
Better With Rum (1 month ago)
the morel of the story is to Uber to and from your 'illegal' drone flying. Also, get a lawyer beforehand so you know the law and articulate it clearly with legal code references so you can avoid this in the future. Also, avoid proximity to the drone, many of them have a decent range and you should have been able to buzz their property parameter from a distance too great to detect but still be within line of sight which is required by the FAA. Also, it is NOT illegal to fly over private property that isn't restricted airspace. FAA owns this airspace in the US and while some people find this practice and/or lack of clarity highly annoying, it's not illegal. See: https://www.faa.gov/uas/faqs/#ffr ( Disclaimer: This is not legal advice, please seek professional legal counsel, no really, don't just do something because some guy on the internet said it was ok) Also, just give the police your license, I'm surprised this state trooper didn't just follow you long enough to find something you did that gave him probable cause to pull you over, honestly, it doesn't take much. And, if you know the FAA laws and the fact that NY basically has no local laws on this topic, you'd be on your way (probably after an hour of idling.) Also, to get out of the idling around for an hour, just complain of chest pain and ask them for medical assistance. ;) (hate the game, not the players)
Nathaniel Hall (1 month ago)
Sorry to get technical, but the FAA doesn't own the airspace, they have regulatory control over the airspace. That is significant.
Vincent Erb (1 month ago)
You did spy on somebody's private property. Also if the police receive a complaint, they have to check it out. What if you had been spying in order to steal intellectual information? You weren't but you very well could have been.
Nathaniel Hall (1 month ago)
Technically, it's public airspace and anything that can be seen from public can photographed and video recorded. In New York, where this incident seems to have occurred, the NY Supreme Court ruled that even taking photos of someone through their windows was constitutionally protected. The case is Foster, et al. v Svenson. As for intellectual information, they'd have to sue and prove that was what they were doing. That's not a criminal matter.
David Chase (1 month ago)
Foolish behavior from the guys pulled over. The troopers were more than patient with these fools. This is just ridiculous. Why not answer the questions unless you know you are guilty. Please stop posting stupidity.
SHARK (1 month ago)
David Chase : Perhaps someone with more time and patience can set you straight, assuming you care about reality versus your misperception.
Neal Lawson (1 month ago)
David chase you are a fucking idiot and part of the problem!
David Chase (1 month ago)
SHARK: Not an illegal stop. They were responding to a complaint involving that vehicle and driver. They have the right and actually responsibility to investigate. People believe that they have the right to refuse compliance with law enforcement. Typically people who refuse to comply know they’ve done something either illegal or immoral. Let the police do their job. They weren’t abusive, aggressive or even rude. It’s the most patient stop I’ve ever seen.
SHARK (1 month ago)
David Chase: The police made an illegal stop of people who did nothing wrong. They made the stop to illegally provide information for a private entity. If you are good with that kind of behavior, feel free to roll over.
Paul Knight (1 month ago)
Kidnaped by COWARDS! SHOOT THEM DONT COMPLY.
Paul Knight (1 month ago)
All these pigs need to be ran over!
Paul Knight (1 month ago)
COWARDS IN BLUE!
Matthew (1 month ago)
Here's the thing about "private land". You may own the ground but the air above the ground is under the control of the faa. This how planes, helicopters, and drones are allowed to fly over your private land.
Nur La grande (1 month ago)
This is disgusting behaviour, coming from a Brit I can’t believe the videos I’ve been seeing and how American police act. Just thugs and criminals dressed up in badges.
SUMMIT Productions (1 month ago)
Hey Shark! Let's argue about this eh? I bet I'll win but hey you've obviously been doing this for awhile so you won't change your mind but eh why not
Jason World (1 month ago)
What an idiot, absolutely his own fault for being a stubborn mule. Is he that thick that he cant see why the cops would want to ask his name after flying a drone over the property regardless of the good nature. Its wasting police time and his own. You'll never get through to people like that. The cop should have been a bit more informed also.
dev (1 month ago)
bootlicking retard
Nur La grande (1 month ago)
SHARK honestly you didn’t even have to reply to this idiotic comment and I just wanna let you know you guys are doing an amazing job, standing up to police brutality and harassment& fighting for animals rights, DONT EVER STOP YOU GUYS ARE MAKING A DIFFERENCE THANK YOU
SHARK (1 month ago)
Jason World: Why do you make excuses for this kind of grossly subpar police work? Not just subpar - outright illegal. The SHARK team committed no infraction, which is admitted by the police a number of times. The police further admitted that they wanted information to pass to the corporate security thugs. Is that what you want your police to do? Act as bagmen for private interests. What if that private interest is your competition, or even your enemy? Will you still make excuses for them then?
Wonderful life (1 month ago)
new york state police mother fuckers.
Cannabis Chronic (1 month ago)
Those officers are THUGS and GANGSTERS of the state plain and simple and if you have enough money to buy em their yours. They really embody truly ugly human beings.
Fishh CT (1 month ago)
Not really
SHARK (1 month ago)
OsideOr Noside: SHARK's president is calling bullshit on you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWipQo4y9Ls
OsideOr Noside (1 month ago)
You realize the people were pulled over because they were flying their drone over someone's private property and the property owner called the cops, right? Do you own a house? How would you like it if someone flew their drone onto your property and pointed its camera inside your daughter's window and started filming? You wouldn't expect the cops to do something if you called? I bet you would
Conrad Quilliam (1 month ago)
Stupid cops, obviously bored. What a waste of time and resources.
Fishh CT (1 month ago)
Mostly through following neccessary steps of a routine stop and reasonable suspicion of trespassing. The guy behind the camera is kind of a cuck too
SHARK (1 month ago)
GSGExtreme44: SHARK's president is calling bullshit on you, dumbass. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWipQo4y9Ls
GSGExtreme44 (1 month ago)
Conrad Quilliam - Hey Asshole - Let these motherfuckers fly a drone outside your bedroom window and I bet you will be calling the police - Dumb ass -
The Best (1 month ago)
New york state police what an asshole !! The freaking police better use ur brain !!!! The police use over right of being a police !!!! The police dog asf !!! Wanna step know the law n give a bull shit law they will give stupid police officer wanna use the power of the law ltr end up they will say i didnt know about it n all reason bull shit.
Stannis Baratheon (1 month ago)
If only they were white the police wouldn't bother them unlawfully. oh wait......
B P (1 month ago)
Look at these fucking idiot's. What a bunch of loosers. Lawyer up bro.
leonel1717 (1 month ago)
Feel sorry for everyone involved.........you're all losers.
Better With Rum (1 month ago)
best comment yet
Jayjay Jay (1 month ago)
Why would you NOT just identify yourself if no crime was committed. I support the fight on animal cruelty but not being stupid. Look at all the resources wasted for this fiasco. Also in Ohio private property is that above and below the land. Practice intelligence not insubordination.
SHARK (1 month ago)
Jayjay Jay: Did you not listen to what the officer said? "They just want to know who you were..." He's talking about the security thugs of Marshall Farms, and they don't have a right to that info. The people stopped did absolutely nothing wrong, which is evidenced by not charges whatsoever being filed. Nevertheless, cops from two different agencies extracted that information from private citizens to hand over to private interests. Welcome to Facism in the US, and it is here with your blessing.
makeitso (1 month ago)
Wow! White folks get away with a lot. They would have beat you and cuffed you after the 1st 10 mins or less and maybe shot you if you were black. But cops can be some of them dumb when it comes to the law and dumb people are dangerous,
Michael Kimball (1 month ago)
This asshole went looking for trouble on purpose, and found it. Liberal fuck. It's not this assholes business what's going on, on someone else's property.
Michael Kimball (1 month ago)
It's funny, seems to me this guy is doing this just to throw these cops under bus. Let me be real, I do not defend the cops, but this guy asked for it. I would be pissed if someone was flying a drown over my property without consent. And don't tell me he wasn't. He did this shit on purpose. I understand we have crooked cops in this country, but it's like 1% of law enforcement. This was a deliberate act. Probably a fucking liberal piece of shit.
Cadath (1 month ago)
Some people can't understand that they only own the land and not the actual airspace, haha. It's like if I wanted to sue a sport airplane for flying over my house. Those videos are great hopefully this case helps get rid of the half-qualified elements in the police.
Yoshiro Maya (1 month ago)
it is not illegal to fly the drone over private property? yes, you have to identify yourself if the police got a complaint from the property owners and you match the description given to prove it was you they are complaining about or not. People like these are the problems. They think they know the law. Let's see if the cops had the drones and kept watch over their property and see how they like it?
web1187 (1 month ago)
Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both ! Benjamin Franklin
joseph pickering (1 month ago)
sack all the dam cops ? total waste of public money
Kelley Wright (1 month ago)
That bald fuck. Not his case he needs to shut his cockholster go the fuck away. Always those weird mercenary types..They do shit for $$$ then hide behind the local cops.
Kevin Kingsley (1 month ago)
My man dude was a straight dick sucker i bet he gay ass fuck.he diffentley got beat up as a kid.them cop's are some Mickey mouse mother fuckers.they are GAY ass fuck.
J. Lundy (1 month ago)
Where is this land of the "FREE" going to ,it's more and more looking like a Police state . All that man power for one small Drone ? Don't they have more important things to do ,than bothering a man over a drone flying in public space, playing the heroes.They feel strong and untouchable, and then they are surprised that less and less people have respect for them, power abuse in its purest form. Poor America !
Jessica Pierre (1 month ago)
Gosh you are dumb! YOu make us citizens look so stupid. You are truly a rebel and need correction. I wish they had beat you up