30 March 2012

HOLY DASHCAM-- Raw Video: Batman Pulled Over By Montgomery County Police

Either these cops were afraid to give Batman a ticket, or rich guys catch all the breaks.

There's just so many places I can go with this video; but for the sake of not losing my mind I won't. A Montgomery County Cop once took me to jail for going 5 miles over the speed limit (true story). Clearly being rich, and anyone who knows Batman know his quite wealthy, allows one all sorts of privilege with the police.

This is why dashcams should be mandatory in ALL police cars. There are two versions here. The first is the link to raw video straight off the cops car mounted camera with no outside commentary. The second is the embedded video seen in the square with narration via Anderson Cooper.

Your comment please!!!

Click here to see it without outside editing or commentary Raw Video: Batman Pulled Over - YouTube:

Video below is Anderson Cooper version.



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