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Don’t Talk to the Police

Posted by pwl on September 15, 2010

Professor James Duane and Officer George Bruch talk about why you should never talk to the police.

James Duane is a Regent University School of Law professor and Fifth Amendment expert.[1] He has come under fire for his suggestion to never talk to police under any circumstances.[2][3] His reasoning is that police sometimes lie to criminal suspects; police may have substantial evidence against even innocent witnesses; and individuals convinced of their own innocence may have unknowingly committed some crime.[4] This is along the lines of Justice Robert Jackson’s reasoning in Watts v. Indiana. [*1]

“Everything he [Professor James Duane] said was true, and it was right and it was correct.” – Officer George Bruch

“Though the videos are reflective of American law, the principles are largely applicable here in Canada. Though we do not have a 5th Amendment, Canadians have long had a right to silence which is now constitutionally entrenched in s. 7 of the Charter (see R. v. Singh, 2007 SCC 48 for a discussion).” – [*2]

“One of the Fifth Amendment’s basic functions is to protect INNOCENT men who otherwise might be ensnared by ambiguous circumstances. TRUTHFUL RESPONSES OF AN INNOCENT WITNESS, as well as of a wrongdoer, may provide the government with incriminating evidence from the speakers own mouth.” – The US Supreme Court, Ohio v. Reiner, 532 U.S. 17, 200 (2001)

‎‎”Too many, even those who should be better advised, view this privilege as a shelter for wrongdoers. They too readily assume that those who invoked are either guilty of crime or committing perjury claiming the privilege.” – US Supreme Court, Ullmann v. United States, 350 U.S. 422, 426 (1956)

“Don’t Talk to the Police” by Professor James Duane
“James Duane explains why innocent people should never talk to the police.”

“Don’t Talk to the Police” by Officer George Bruch
“George Bruch from the Virginia Beach police department responds to Professor James Duane’s presentation on why innocent people should never talk to the police.”

Examples of why it’s best not to talk to the police.

Office Bubbles is another excellent example of why not to talk to police as he PROVES the point so well over nothing.

Officer Bubbles’ files $1.2M suit
“Do not call him “Officer Bubbles.” It is Toronto Police Constable Adam Josephs, to you. And getting his name right is one element of a $1.2-million lawsuit Const. Josephs recently filed against YouTube seeking the identity of YouTube user ThePMOCanada — as well as those of 24 other commenters — over an animated cartoon uploaded after a video earned him instant notoriety during the G20 Summit this summer.

The Toronto officer earned the moniker when a video showing his reaction to a protester blowing bubbles his way went viral. In the video, a young female protester approaches Const. Josephs and another officer and proceeds to blow bubbles toward them both. Not amused, Const. Josephs takes a firm tone in explaining to the protester, 20-year-old Courtney Winkels, that she will be arrested and charged with assault the moment one of her bubbles comes into contact with either of the officers. The video became symbolic of what many saw as overzealous force used by police during the G20 summit.”

It’s sad and perverted that Officer Bubbles believes that his “tough bubble” bad attitude somehow makes people “respect” him! It does the opposite Office Bubbles!

Office Bubbles you are guilty of an act of Contempt of Citizen (the opposite of contempt of court) when you use your bubble bullying arrogance.

Officer Bubbles you can’t get people to respect you with force. Office Bubbles you’re mistaking FEAR for respect. Shivers.

Take Office Bubbles badge away forthwith. Investigate all his arrests for they will very likely show similar disdain and contempt for the citizens he’s sworn to protect. Disarm this dangerous man, he has shown that he is not worthy of carrying a loaded fire arm as his mind is a dangerous weapon.

Who will protect us from the likes of Office Bubbles?

Who will protect us from the likes of Office Bubbles?


*1 Professor James Duane, Regent University School of Law and Fifth Amendment Expert.

*2 Why You Should Never Talk to the Police [in Canada too].

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One Response to “Don’t Talk to the Police”

  1. […] by pwl on October 18, 2010 Office Bubbles is another excellent example of why not to talk to police as he PROVES the point so well over […]

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