Southbridge Chumpelstiltskin Records Himself Telling State Trooper He’s Not Giving Him His License And He’s Not Under Arrest Because He “Feel For My Danger”
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So a few months ago some Southbridge chumpelstiltskin named Raul Morales was pulled over by a State Trooper who asked to see his license and registration. Pretty standard. But apparently Raul didn’t think it was fair to ask him this question and he refused. After several minutes of this mature back and forth the trooper informed chumpelstiltskin that he was under arrest. That’s when the iPhone came out and Raul tried to become the latest victim of faux police brutality:
Let’s break down the play by play from that video so we can see what a winner Raul Morales is….
“I don’t consent for you to search my car, can you call a sergeant please?”
Yea, because people who have committed crimes have to give the cops permission before their vehicles are searched. Definitely.
“He needs to explain to me why he pulled me over.”
Hey, here’s an idea – just do what the cops ask. I know, it’s crazy, but it just might work. You’ll find out shortly why you were pulled over. Don’t worry, he’ll tell ya. He pinky swears he won’t keep it a secret.
“Why am I being under arrest for? What crime have I committed?”
His mastery of the English language is impeccable. Obviously this Rhodes Scholar knows the law much more than the guy who enforces the law on a daily basis.
Trooper: “You failed to give me your license.”
Chumpelstiltskin: “Is that a state law?”
Trooper: “Yes. Chapter 90 Section 25.”
Chumpelstiltskin: “That’s not a law, that’s an orderance. A city orderance.”
I don’t know who’s right here. Tough to decide. On the one hand the trooper has experience and the law behind him. But on the other hand chumpelstiltskin knows a lot of city “orderances.” Let’s check out what it says in the Massachusetts General Laws:
“Section 25. Any person who, while operating or in charge of a motor vehicle, shall refuse, when requested by a police officer, to give his name and address or the name and address of the owner of such motor vehicle, or who shall give a false name or address, or who shall refuse or neglect to stop when signalled to stop by any police officer who is in uniform or who displays his badge conspicuously on the outside of his outer coat or garment, or who refuses, on demand of such officer, to produce his license to operate such vehicle or his certificate of registration, or to permit such officer to take the license or certificate in hand for the purpose of examination, or who refuses, on demand of such officer, to sign his name in the presence of such officer, and any person who on the demand of an officer of the police or other officer mentioned in section twenty-nine or authorized by the registrar, without a reasonable excuse fails to deliver his license to operate motor vehicles or the certificate of registration of any motor vehicle operated or owned by him or the number plates furnished by the registrar for said motor vehicle, or who refuses or neglects to produce his license when requested by a court or trial justice, shall be punished by a fine of one hundred dollars.”
Yea, the mere fact that it’s actually listed in the Mass General Laws, means that it’s a law, not an orderance. Ya know, because the L in MGL stands for “laws.”
“I’m not getting out of the car. If you want me to get out of the car you’re gonna have to touch me and assault me. Because you’re assaulting me as soon as you take my car.”
It’s almost like there’s a common thread in every viral police brutality cop block video where every one of these situations begins when the innocent person filming it is actively resisting arrest.
“I’ve had enough with all this talk. This is enough.”
Ya heard that trooper? He’s had enough.You can go home now.
“Young man, get out of the car.”
“I’m not a young man. I’m 34 years old.”
I’m 34 years old, but that’s like 59 in Southbridge years. Also please don’t call me young man. As you can see I am a mature and respectable adult who should be treated as such. It’s not like I’m acting like a child and throwing a hissy fit because I don’t want to show you my license.
“I’m not getting out of the vehicle, I haven’t done anything wrong.”
“You refused to give me your driver’s license.”
“I HAVEN’T done anything wrong. You took my driver’s license from me. You have it in your hand.”
Yea, he didn’t do anything wrong. You took his license because he wouldn’t give it to you. That’s the same thing as handing over your license. Also, if you say you haven’t done anything wrong, no matter how many times the trooper tells you the specific law you have violated, you are right, so long as you keep saying you haven’t done anything wrong.
“I feel for my danger.”
“Why do you feel for your danger?”
I hate when I feel for my danger. Shit is scary.
“Because, all the stuff that’s going on. Look at what you guys doing, you just opened my door and took my ID like a tyranny!!! It’s tyranny.”
The cop is “a tyranny.” He thinks tyranny is a person. Obviously he knows what he’s talking about. Cop is fucked.
“Why have I being under arrest?”
“What crime have I committed? If you explain to me what crime I committed I’ll get out right now.”
Yea, he hasn’t done that yet. Definitely keep asking him, and when he tells you, ask him again. This should end well.
“You need to call your sergeant or your captain right now because he needs to explain this.”
Good point. A higher ranking officer of the law will tell him that MGL 90:25 doesn’t really exist.
“I don’t have to get out of the car, this is my personal vehicle.”
“I do not consent. My lawyer told me I do not consent.”
You heard the man – he does not consent. His lawyer told him doesn’t have to. And they dragged him out of the car while he resisted arrest anyway. Seems like an open and shut Internet lawsuit! How’d this one end?
So you’re saying that he was forced to pay $100 (which he more than likely will pay for by selling food stamps on Facebook), which is the exact punishment outlined in MGL 90:25? Wow. Wasn’t the ending I was expecting. Turns out the trooper was right all along.
Of course all of this could’ve been avoided if Raul Morales had just handed over his driver’s license and both parties could’ve gone on their way. But thanks to black lives matter the media now glorifies every chudstuffer with an iPhone who doesn’t think he has to follow a direct order from the police. Now this guy’s gonna have something on his record and future employers will be able to find it on a CORI check. LOL. Just kidding, we all know this guys will never, ever have interest in obtaining employment. What’s the point when you can live in glamorous Southbridge, collect from the government, and not report your cash-only income to the Uncle Sam.
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