by Carlos Miller
This video has it all. A cocky lemonade protester with a camera. A pushy pseudo-bureaucrat thinking he owns the street. And a bumbling cop who creates his own laws.
It starts when activist Garret Ean sat on a public sidewalk during a farmer?s market in Concord, New Hampshire to sell lemonade during Saturday?s Lemonade Liberation Day.
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so glad he made the cop behave.... without the camera he would have been tasered or worse!
Love this guy..... where are the rest of you?
Robespierre.... where ARE YOU?It is good to see the youth taking a stand and defending their rights! Laws are merely opinions that are forced on us. There are really only a few crimes that need be prosecuted...murder being the most obvious. Shutting down lemonade stands is only the tip of a very large and frightening iceberg. What we need is some way to protect ourselves from the police, and video taping is definitely a step in the right direction. By the way...why is it so hard to get video from the thousands of cameras around the various cities when police actions are called into question? They could have that video in 5 minutes if it is to prosecute a civilian, but it always seems unavailable when it could prosecute some thug cop. Just sayin'...
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