Kyle Shockley, the most notorious “fuck the po-lease” chowder chud on the Internet (read all about him here) has continued his quest to harass great people and make their lives difficult at Edwards Air Force Base in Maryland. What he was doing there was unclear, but he dressed up in a Chewbacca outfit, which was amazing.
From what I’ve seen in this video he seems to have flown out to California to troll our men and women in uniform because he’s evidently graduated from harassing the cops to harassing the military. He literally just starts illegally filming on federal government property (you can’t film a lot of the things on an air force base because it’s classified) for no apparent reason, until they ask him to stop, at which time he is temporarily detained and whines like the chode that he is. Right around the 20:45 mark is where they decide to detain him.
“I am allowed to resist an unlawful attention!!!”
If you yell that 20 times in a row at the top of your lungs the Fuck 12 fairy shows up and grants you a free court appointed attorney.
Poor Kyle, he had to go through the trauma of being temporarily put in handcuffs while the mean army men gently placed his camera on the ground and put their hands out so that he can give them his bus card.
The air force dudes, who no doubt have much more important things they’d rather be doing instead of explaining to Kyle and his butt buddy the ways in which they’ve misinterpreted the Constitution, were as patient as the police are in all of his videos. But this guy reached his breaking point when they handed him 10 pages of a DHS memo that Kyle mistakingly thought allowed him to do what he was doing.
He humored them for a minute because they went through the trouble of printing this out at the local library, but ultimately told them to quit filming or GTFO. Naturally Kyle chose neither and is now planning on suing the United States Air Force for trampling on his rights to harass them and film in an unauthorized are while wearing a Chewbacca costume.
I’m sure this will not be the last we see of him.
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