Alaska State Troopers: Highway Hijinks
Follow Troopers as they battle crime and enforce wildlife laws from the breathtaking Seward Highway to the Alaskan back country.
In the United States of America no one is under any obligation to freely
volunteer any information what so ever to a police officer at any time.
Not even if they are carrying a lawfully permitted firearm, unless the
officer directly asks if there are firearms or weapons in the vehicle or
on your person. In that case by law you must answer. This officer is
delusional if he thinks other wise, or if he thinks there is some make
believe law which forces a person to volunteer information
in a fanciful time frame. There is no law such as this out there. It
does not exist. In fact it was the officer who broke the law by
violating a gun owners Constitutional rights. At no time does an officer
upon asking if you have a firearm in a mere traffic stop have the awful
right to hold, obtain or posses your firearm with out probable cause.
And getting pulled over for driving with out your head lights on in an
other wise lawful vehicle does not in any way shape or form constitute
probable cause. That passengers Constitutional Rights were grossly
violated by officer Barlow and he should be reprimanded by his
superiors, forced to take a course on the Constitutional rights of guns
owners and the individual whose rights were molested should file a law
suit against him. It matters not the officers fear of the victims placement of the firearm. This should video be shown to the NRA. They would not like this one bit.