Prejudice generally stems from the double edge sword of human's advanced pattern recognition ability. I could explain the concept further and go into greater detail on factors in this particular case but I suspect you're looking more to make a point than wanting a real discussion.
an accelerated warrant for not answering questions? lol i'm gonna end up in county for not answering questions? lol you're talking about whether something that is perfectly legal should end in an arrest or a fine, i mean just lol. this is completely retarded even for you
lol no, not to a point. you don't have to answer any questions. that's your right. this might be the dumbest thing you've ever posted. you wanna go ahead and backtrack or are you sticking to this nonsense "you have the right to refuse to answer any questions... but if you exercise that right you'll be fined" i mean FFS lol
The cop should have never ordered her to do that stuff to begin with. She's not breaking any laws, give her the ticket and leave her alone. But of course power tripping cop isn't going to take any disrespect and goes into "I'm gonna teach this punk a lesson" mode. The woman asks over and over "why do I have to put my cigarette out?", "why do I have to get out of the car", "why am I being arrested" and the cop refuses to answer. It's because he has no real justification, he simply wants to show her whose boss and flex his power over her. The whole thing is ridiculous. I've seen this play out a thousand times. Someone breaking no laws but makes the horrible mistake of being rude to a cop and then it goes something like this... get over here hands in the air now now move over here now stand there while i yell and talk down to you hands on your head now now answer these 50 questions now move over here now sit down now sit there while i threaten to arrest you on trumped up bogus charges now stand back up now i'm gonna yell at you and patronize you some more now move over to my car hands on the hood now answer these other 20 questions ..and on and on and on, all the while looking for any tiny excuse to further escalate the situation. Even the police department has admitted that the cop was in the wrong here and she never should have been arrested but you still have people with the IQ of a cabbage coming here to tell us the cop did nothing wrong, the cigarette was going to be used as a weapon or something
this is from 2013 (police fought in court for 2 years to keep the video from being released). it was ruled justified a long time ago and the police involved are still on the job patrolling the streets DA basically said because the guys hand was hidden from view behind his hat for a split second that justifies lethal force the biggest mistake these guys made was calling the cops for help to begin with