Police Officer FIRED for Telling Other Officers to Do What Is Right and Follow the Constitution

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Daisy Luther
May 12, 2020

A police officer with the Port of Seattle Police Department is being fired because he refused to remove a video in which he urged other police officers to “do what is right” and “follow the Constitution.”

Greg Anderson’s video has been seen on Instagram over half a million times. In the caption, he says, “Are you doing the right thing? 👮‍♀️ Many officers out there are trampling on people’s liberties. Ask yourself are you doing the right thing?”

Watch the video below.

Anderson expressed his displeasure at the fact that police officers are being asked to trample the Constitutional rights of the people for whom they are expected to serve. He points out that examples like this are just one of the reasons why there’s so much public mistrust for police officers.

It wasn’t long before Anderson was ordered by the police department to remove the video. Unsurprisingly, his refusal resulted in his imminent termination. He wrote on Instagram, “I’ve received tons of questions regarding my termination from the Port of Seattle Police. So I figured I should explain. I have been placed on administrative leave (still being paid) pending investigation. I was told by both the agency and my union that this will result in termination due to it being an insubordination charge for refusing to take down the video. I’m not sure what the timeline looks like. I walk un-intimidated into the fray.”

Here’s his update video.

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