Luke Air Force Base Audit! Glendale AZ PD Takes Me To Jail! PINAC! – Phoenix Video



published: 2017-02-22 23:52:14

2-21-2017 Luke Air Force Base. First amendment audit leads to me spending the night in the Glendale jail. Details below.
Address: 6835 N 57th Dr, Glendale, AZ 85301
Glendale AZ PD: Phone:(623) 930-3000
Face Book: https://www.facebook.com/GlendaleAZPD/
Luke AFB Phone: (623) 856-5853 I was charged with:
Trespassing 13-1502.A.1
Obstruction 13-2412.A
Updates coming as soon as available. Should be multiple body camera angles from potentially 7 different officers. Know your rights!

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  1. Maricopa County Copblock Did a follow up at Luke AFB yesterday. https://youtu.be/2TG3DUdN76s

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  2. lmao this dumbass aint even in the street. hes like 20 yards onto federal property. hahahaha felony trespassing

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  3. The airman did exactly what he was supposed to do. You cannot record a military installation. There was no brutality or anything just detained him then turned him over to the civilian authorities. This guy is just a dumbass

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  4. I wish the Security Forces Airman would have just shot this piece of crap and put an end to his miserable existence!

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  5. Play stupid games win stupid prizes. Why the fuck did you think it was a good idea to film the entrance to a military installation?

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  6. It's absolutely illegal to film military installations without permission. It's posted on signs everywhere. He was filming entry procedures and other base functions, Security forces had no way of knowing if he planned on using that information to plan an attack until he was detained and vetted. This troop was absolutely in the right.

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  7. filming a restricted area then refusing to comply.. what did you think was going to happen lol. Just plain stupidity from the person filming this.

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  8. What a waste of those cops time dealing with your BS beliefs. You filming high security areas are just wasting the time of others. You are doing the same shit that terrorist do when planning an attack, i.e. filming, pictures taking notes aka surveillance. And yes, the people you are messing with are trained to identify that behavior. What you are doing is asking for trouble by provoking. You are truly doing no good what so ever just wasting valuable time entertaining your ignorant belief. Grow the F up!!!

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  9. Lmao just another asshole who thinks he knows the law intentionally causing a confrontation for no reason but to get views on youtube. sad haha

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  10. You guys are fucking idiots. You are not allowed to film entry points to a military installation. It doesn't have to have demarcations because it's all about what jurisdiction you're in. Quit being liberal cry babies and grow the fuck up.

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  11. Lmao. They should waterboard this cunt for practice. Also funny how people think security forces have no jurisdiction on the other side of the base fence as if somebody shoots up the base and makes it outside the gate they have to let them go or somebody points a gun at them from where this guy is filming and they can't do anything about it. Stupid fucks.

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  12. You are an attention hungry loser! With all the threats to the members of this nations military and their families, you decide to stand outside an entrance and try to provoke them. I wonder what your reaction would be if YOU put YOUR life in danger everyday and someone had done the same to you? It's one thing to take a video for a few minutes and leave, but you were clearly there for quite a while before you were confronted. I hope you get a visit from karma very soon!

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  13. Sorry you lose, military bases are immune to civil laws… and filming is a no no especially, I'm sure you have seen the signs lethal force allowed right? why don't you test that theory?

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  14. so for those of you who continue to think the person arrested had his rights violated.
    U.S. Code › Title 18 › Part I › Chapter 37 › § 79518 U.S. Code § 795 – Photographing and sketching defense installations(a) Whenever, in the interests of national defense, the President defines certain vital military and naval installations or equipment as requiring protection against the general dissemination of information relative thereto, it shall be unlawful to make any photograph, sketch, picture, drawing, map, or graphical representation of such vital military and naval installations or equipment without first obtaining permission of the commanding officer of the military or naval post, camp, or station, or naval vessels, military and naval aircraft, and any separate military or naval command concerned, or higher authority, and promptly submitting the product obtained to such commanding officer or higher authority for censorship or such other action as he may deem necessary

    Here is your info. You deal with a whole other beast when it comes to the military. You do NOT have rights when you violate laws that could harm the security of our nation or said base. This isn't a "oh this cop was too rough" or "this cop doesn't know his own laws" this is the UNITED STATES MILITARY. If you show any suspicious activity that could lead to harm to any DOD installation you will be detained and it will not be a good day for you

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  15. 18 US CODE 795
    (a)Whenever, in the interests of national defense, the President defines certain vital military and naval installations or equipment as requiring protection against the general dissemination of information relative thereto, it shall be unlawful to make any photograph, sketch, picture, drawing, map, or graphical representation of such vital military and naval installations or equipment without first obtaining permission of the commanding officer of the military or naval post, camp, or station, or naval vessels, military and naval aircraft, and any separate military or naval command concerned, or higher authority, and promptly submitting the product obtained to such commanding officer or higher authority for censorship or such other action as he may deem necessary.
    (b)Whoever violates this section shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
    (June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 62 Stat. 737; Pub. L. 103–322, title XXXIII, § 330016(1)(H), Sept. 13, 1994, 108 Stat. 2147.)

    This would include filming from outside the base. The US code does not specify that the law breaker has to be standing on base, just that he be standing in the United States. The SF Defender did not arrest this asshole, he detained him since they were off base and the local authority arrested. Silent Citizen you are an asshole going out of your way to cause problems and make life difficult for a young man that puts his life on the line to protect your pimply ass. I'm extremely opposed to police violence and over reaction in all forms, but you provoked this Defender for publicity and whether or not you realized it YOU WERE BREAKING THE LAW, asshole

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  16. Seeing as most of you seem to not know, that was WELL within their area of operation. You think if you do something bad on base and run out the gate, there is an invisible barrier and they go " oh dangit! I'm trapped?" no. There's a lot of people posting here that have not the slightest clue how a military base works, or WHY a man recording people going on and off base and zooming in on the guards could be seen as a potential threat.

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  17. It's illegal to film outside of a military installation, you fucking fool. I'm glad your bitch-ass got arrested, fucking moronic cunt.

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  18. You were acting supicious and non-compliant by not responding to the sentry's questions. These men and women are charged with protecting the installation. As a veteran and as someone who has stood post, I would proudly have done the same to you.

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  19. Zooming in on a massive sign that says filming of the flight line is prohibited probably wasn't the smartest thing to do when you're facing an Air Force base you dumbass

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  20. You can't just film at a certain point at a military installation. The military can do what they need to do. This isn't the civilian world silent guy! Get fuckin lost with your documentary's.

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  21. Don't you have anything better to do with your life than look for trouble? Obviously what you're doing was illegal or you wouldn't have been arrested for it. Whine and complain all you want, the law isn't going to change and you've done nothing.

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  22. good, filming illegally, gets what he deserves, i dont get what civilians think they can do in a false sense of self entitlement

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  23. Title 18 USC sec. 795. Stop being a nuisance and know the law.

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  24. Air Force jurisdiction isn't limited to what's inside the gate. Security Forces are authorized to detain suspicious individuals on the perimeter of the base. Sorry assholes, but this guy was well within regulation. If you don't like it, write your congressman.

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  25. You cant video tape or take pictures of a military base without permission.

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  26. The MP was not in the wrong as Kachina and Glendale Ave IS within the 4 mile East territory of main runway 21L / 3R at only 1.64 miles away from its center. It even states on the Arizona Department of Real Estate "territory extends four miles east parallel of main runway". The main runway IS 21L / 3R. So therefore he WAS filming on military property and also being a security risk by blatantly zooming on the guard shack so tightly you could practically read the name tag of the female officer. That is reason enough for the MP to be called to assess a possible threat to security. Then, on top of that, the person filming is completely uncooperative and not identifying himself, nor giving statement of what he was doing filming the guard shack. This is enough to detain a person and hold them overnight for questioning. Perhaps the people pulling these stunts calling on the 1st Amendment need to read and understand what the 1st Amendment is. The person filming was NOT practicing their first amendment rights as they were not protesting (which is also a part of right to peacefully assemble), they were not doing a press story, they were not practicing religion, they were suspiciously shooting video at a military installation and did not identify themselves. The person filming did it to themselves and because he was arrested for not cooperating you people cry foul even though the person filming was clearly in the wrong. Also if you look at the actual map you will see in the Key on the right hand side of the map "Military Boundary" and it is clear as day that Kachina and Glendale Ave are well within military property lines.

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  27. Recording activity outside of a military installation is ASKING for trouble. Surprised the MP was civil, I would have treated this as a threat to the safety and security of the base.

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  28. People are definetly not allowed to record a base gate. Glad he got arrested.

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  29. Actually, we do have jurisdiction. Our post limits are within immediate vicinity of the Entry control point (gate shack). And, filming or taking photos of any FEDERAL installation is against the law. I'm sure he was given to that county's police department if he was civilian.

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  30. wow your stupidity knows no bounds does it. just because you hate cops and have that camera doesn't give you 'Special Rights'. And when your so stupid as to record at a Military facility in the midst of all the shit going on. Just proves that dumbass's like you need to be supervised.

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  31. To add to that what gives you authority to audit an Air base? You have no authority to do so. You are a civilian with no authority. You can't just audit whatever you please. You have to have permission from public affairs in the wing. You my friend are a fuckin idiot! Probably voted for Hillary too??

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  32. Why the hell would you being taking video of a Military installation. Not only do they own the property outside the base but they have the right to know what's going on. You expect to not be talked to or arrested for that. I mean come on if you would be allowed to do this any terrorist could do the same thing and get valuable information. I'm pretty sure that you just go around and test the authority by doing things such as this just to get likes on youtube. Your rights were not violated in any way. You were on base property, and were taking video of the installation. They are allowed to check your camera for everything you videotaped and arrest you. If you have to provoke and do things to get a reaction and video tape it for likes you probably need a new life.

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  33. Actually this, our 2nd and 11th general orders::
    2. To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert, and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.
    11. To be especially watchful at night, and during the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post, and to allow no one to pass without proper authority

    and there are more articles that further outline the protection of military assets if you are curious.

    Oh and in case you are wondering in WW2 Japanese spies disguised as tourists to take photo evidence of military routines on base, took pictures of the ships in tourists planes and used that information to plot the attack on Pearl Harbor. So yes we tend to take our security pretty serious. The gate is clearly in view, the film could have been used to monitor the watch standers, learn their individual habits, watch rotations, etc etc. So yes I will side with the MP on this one.

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  34. All these comments about the property line seem silly to me. It looks just like a public sidewalk, so how is anyone to know? Surely their plan isn't to have an MP drive out there and tell each and every person that doesn't know the property lines to avert their eyes and keep moving, is it? Can't some of the smart guys in the military come up with a more efficient and congenial solution? This is just a self inflicted wound you are creating with your adoring public. Ugh.

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  35. You guys are complete idiots if you think the military is going to let you record just off base. You are lucky it was an air force base and not a Marine or Army base. If you are going to be deliberately inflammatory, you get what you deserve.

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  36. This just ignorant and against the law he has all the authority he needs to detain him until off base PD takes over, until you know our ROEs and what is allowed shut your trap. He's filming an government installation entry point that can be used by terrorist which could cause lost of life but this is for YouTube viewers right?

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  37. I have to give this a thumbs down for the silent citizen not knowing his rights.

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  38. Read US Title Code 18 you moron. You can't film assets vital to national security including military bases. These moronic comments really crack me up. You really think you're gonna win a lawsuit over this? That's a laugh! The fact is you broke the law and your own video proves it.

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  39. They do this because people could be running surveillance to plan an attack on the base, it's not that big a deal, I don't know if you've noticed but there are some people who aren't huge fans of our military at the moment.

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  40. You were videoing a gate. It is absolutely a crime to video access control points.

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  41. Does the same thing Al Qaeda and the Taliban have been doing for over a decade to plan attacks on military bases…

    can't figure out why he got detained…

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  42. Is literally everyone in these comments fucking retarded?

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  43. Are you kidding me? You're recording outside of a U.S. Air Force Base? We get briefed to watch out for suspicious activity like this all the time. Dumb civilians.

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