Fabian Dale Dominguez State Jail guard get schooled on law and rights.
1st Amendment Audit with a touch of Open Carry in Texas.
Maybe we were a bit rough on these prison guards while on this 1st Amendment Audit but we don’t like being told what we can or can not do. Especially when we are being lied to by butt hurt idiots from the Fabian Dale Dominguez State Jail that have no business telling us anything. We have the right to video anything we can see from a public place and the jail policy has no bearing on what we do.
We were told it was against the law, which the camera did not pick up as I was turning it on at the time. We were told we had to go to the other side of the street which we did not and I have no clue why it would make a difference. We also got lied to about being on public property. We know what we are doing and the lies just make them look like fools.
Officer Mata from the Bexar Sheriffs Department did a great job and we have found many officers that could learn a lot from him. Bad cops earn the hate that has gotten so many cops killed but Mata is the kind of Peace Officer that earn the respect.
Comments from Youtube channel: P and P News
I love what you said to the guy in the blue shirt. You completely took control control of the conversation with him. “I’m going to put it to you like this… Go F.O.” I wish more auditors did that.
This video had a little bit of everything. I noticed that this was the fastest contact ever, even cops can have beautiful exfoliated pores and most importantly I saw rights asserted and people educated. Thumb up for Mata, if our society wants police, he’s the kind of cop I want.
Dickhead warden and minions , Great cop ,need more like him.Great video ,educate people one step at a time ,pretty soon you won’t get these tizzy callers about guys with cameras or open carry. Keep up the good work.
Here is the dumb part of all this: so they bombed out and up to you, making a huge fuss about you filming, and even called the cops…but then they appended everything with the notion that if you simply crossed the street, it would be perfectly OK to film.