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Watch Part 1: http://youtu.be/X7YbmG4Ungc
Watch Part 2: http://youtu.be/vjCE6WLjJbU
Watch Part 3: http://youtu.be/pKMbYx_b5x0
I was notified by the Office of Police Conduct Review with a letter from Communities United Against Police Brutality - http://www.cuapb.org/
Their a Minnesota organization / watchdog group to reduce police brutality. They request information and track the outcomes of complaints. I spoke with a wonderfully nice volunteer from the organization and it seems like they have a LOT of good things going on - and they've won lawsuits and implemented real #change.
One of the alarming things they track is the number of people killed by police in Minnesota, and "provide support for survivors of police brutality and families of victims so they can reclaim their dignity and join the struggle to end police brutality."
Here's an eye opening article from their watch dog group: "Police-Community Relations, Body Cams and the Co-optation of the Community
Summary of this video:
Here's the video of me following and eventually pulling over a Minneapolis police officer speeding on average 56mph in a 40mph zone (up to 63mph at the highest). Turns out the other car (regular Toyota Camry) driving the same crazy speed without any warning lights or sirens was actually the police officer's wife in her personal car and he finds no issue with it. I have to ask his officer / badge number 3 times and the response to why he was driving way over the speed limit and how unsafe it was included "is it" and "I'm the police".
I attempted to file a complaint multiple times and was hung up on. Only after finding a place to file an official complaint on the website did I hear from an investigator. More details available if people are interested. This video was jacked by 50/50innertainmen and has amassed 1,066,018 views and 17,498 shares as of April 5th, 2015 - one month later. "A Civilian pulls over a Police officer K-9 Unit for speeding and issues him a Warning!"