Texas Trooper Vows to Send “Investigators” to Man’s Home

A Texas state trooper threatened to send “the investigators” to a man’s house if he dared upload a video of him to Youtube.

The man uploaded the video anyway.

No word yet on whether the trooper – who was wearing a body cam – followed through on his promise, but he may not yet know since the video has less than 600 views since it was uploaded Tuesday.

But that should change by Wednesday when the :35 second video will have gone viral.

> “If that end up on Youtube, I know where to send the investigators,” said the cop, who according to the man recording, had removed his name tag.

Hopefully, the citizen will record that altercation as well, if the investigators are dumb enough to investigate.

A Texas state trooper threatened to send “the investigators” to a man’s house if he dared upload a video of him to Youtube.

The man uploaded the video anyway.

No word yet on whether the trooper – who was wearing a body cam – followed through on his promise, but he may not yet know since the video has less than 600 views since it was uploaded Tuesday.

But that should change by Wednesday when the :35 second video will have gone viral.

> “If that end up on Youtube, I know where to send the investigators,” said the cop, who according to the man recording, had removed his name tag.

Hopefully, the citizen will record that altercation as well, if the investigators are dumb enough to investigate.

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Carlos Millerhttps://pinacnews.com
Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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