U.S. Army Soldier Arrested By Police For Asking Questions
Georgia man was filming cops during traffic stop
Paul Joseph Watson
November 26, 2012
A U.S. Army serviceman was arrested by Georgia police for “obstruction of law enforcement” despite the fact that his crime amounted to nothing more than asking questions while filming cops during a traffic stop.
19-year-old Andrew Ogiba, a two year member of the U.S. Army, was charged, arrested and hauled off to jail for little more than narrating into his camera and asking a police officer questions during the incident in Mcrae, Georgia, which began when Ogiba was stopped and given a citation for loud music.
The video of the incident shows Ogiba talking to his camera about how he had already been fined for loud music after a previous citation, but that he believed the noise citation was unconstitutional after speaking with the ACLU.