Video: Cop’s “Exhibition Driving” Incident Under Investigation

This footage comes to us from Birmingham, Alabama, where we see a police cruiser physically ramming a vehicle involved in a so-called exhibition driving event, which I take it means just doing donuts mostly, while people film. This officer is now under investigation by the Birmingham Police Department. Is that legal? Can a police officer ram a vehicle doing donuts, or whatever else “exhibition” driving consists of? What constitutional rights are at play?

Link to media report and raw footage.

1 thought on “Video: Cop’s “Exhibition Driving” Incident Under Investigation

  1. Under qualified immunity: why not? Murder, well why not: qualified immunity! That’s our US consitutions 11th amendment! This amendment legalized corruption and negligence for officials that can escape the consent doctrine.

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