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Saturday, October 9, 2010

Never Talk to the Police

The other day my friend sent me a YouTube video about why no one should ever talk to the cops, especially if they are a suspect. I was not only entertained by the pretty long video, 27min, but was very interested. Professor James Duane, a once defense attorney, teaches at Regent Law School. He made this video with 7 reasons why interviewing with the police will only be bad for your situation. Again, it's a long video, but enjoy!



The video ends with him giving the stage to a local police officer, Officer Bruch. Bruch has had over 28 years in law enforcement and he continues off of what Prof. Duane mentioned. Listening to this officer was pretty entertaining too, but I feel like I learned more from the professor. Go figure. It's still worth watching if you're interested. It's another long one, like 22min. Enjoy!

33 comments:

LoneIslander said...

Interesting.

jinx said...

yes very true

always avoid :D

Freshman said...

cool vids

Ultimate Starcraft said...

So true. And dammmn, that guy talks fast O_o

Drackar said...

Proof that everything i've thought about cops was right...They will manipulate anything to get your ass in jail.

Lie, cheat, commit fraud...it should count as entrapment. "I don't try to send innocent people to jail" he doesn't know. he gets a hunch, thinks he's right, and does EVERYTHING he can to twist that persons words and actions into the longest jail term he can get.

jeanjean said...

interesting videos , thanks for sharing

miecak said...

Nice

Biff Tanner said...

Ever!

aGas said...

oh wow, i never would have thought that it is really THAT bad. good to know that there are still guys like these two out there who want to help us regular guys.

Fuuuuuuuu said...

I just got done with my GTL session this morning, and I was amused by your post

keep up the solid work!

joanna.elherro said...

i lold

Rezden said...

Very interesting stuff. Thanks for sharing.

nick said...

agree

nick said...

agree

JillDine said...

i love this thanks. the first one is very informative and funny

cupcakelady said...

These videos are awesome! I Actually watched them all recently and it is so true! I love these videos, they uncover nothing but truth! Thanks for getting the truth out there!

Lexxie said...

You always have the right to not talk to the police.. many people forget this and get themselves in trouble

Lewis Candler said...

awesome videos

amidoinitrite? said...

good job here!

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Atheos_Cirno said...

I sort of hate it when my paranoia is justified. (It just makes it worse.)

Swift Love said...

this post made me open my eyes and stop squinting!

zman said...

great lecture

James Italli said...

I just finished watching those 2 videos, very interesting. It really shed some light on what they do to get their convictions, its kind of dirty.

As a contradiction to what the interviewer said, I usually tell the truth when I get pulled over and have never received a ticket. 4 times I have been pulled over for speeding and 4 times I have been let go.

Craze said...

yeah interesting video learned alot :P

Jehabbi said...

This guy is good!

Cliff Miller said...

Good job, thanx for sharin'.

Supp.

OMGTechStuff said...

Very True...

Lewis said...

interesting content here;)

Adrien said...

Very informative. I'm noticing I'm way to naive when it comes to these things.

DDX said...

Very sound advice. Keep your mouth shut. Except for name/rank/serial#. Especially now in Canada where the Supreme Court has ruled that you have no right to an attorney during an interrogation.

melinko said...

never ever talk to the police. this never a situation that calling the cops wont make worse. you need to caheck out pat berry's never get busted. a lot of good info that can be applied to many situations

Tweeks Coffee said...

awesome post, bro! waiting for MOAR

Jackbumper said...

That was pretty interesting, didn't watch the whole video but going to watch it at home for sure. Thanks!

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