Man faces jail for recording out of control cop (Video)
2010-06-24 0:00

From: YouTube.com


"Anthony Graber was riding his motorcycle with a camera attached to his helmet recording his ride.

It happened near the Riverside exit of I-95. A Maryland State trooper in an unmarked car pulled over Graber for speeding. The trooper is seen in a YouTube video that Graber posted, jumping out of the car and tells Graber "Get off the motorcycle, get off the motorcycle! Get off the motor cycle, State Police."

The trooper is seen pulling his gun immediately after getting out of the unmarked car. Itís not until five seconds after he exits the car that he identifies himself a Maryland State trooper.

Click on the video to the right to watch the story by ABC2 News investigative reporter, Brian Kuebler."






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