Scott Richardson was caught driving 50 in a 40 zone in Addison TX, pulled over by a uniform cop, and records his own encounter with said officer using "sovereign citizen" tactics. That is, opening the window only a crack, asking "As a man, what right do you have to stop another man?", and insisting that speed limits are suggestions and not laws. Quoting Mr. Richardson directly (starting at around 1:10 of the video):
The officer, finally having enough of Mr. Richardson's legal tactics, smashes his window (after warning that he would do so) and drags him out of the car. Later on you can hear the arresting officer telling another officer, "He's giving me the Republic of Texas crap!"Speeding in and of itself is not a crime. According to the State of Texas, the actual ... um .. it is the ... um ... oh, you know, the Attorney General. Not the Attorney General but the Prosecutor. Yes, the D.A.! The D.A. is the one who stated on page nineteen that speeding in and of itself is not a crime. It is not illegal.
Richardson says he will defend himself in court. Permit me to say that he will have a fool for a lawyer.
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