If Police Come To Your Door Without A Warrant, Shut Them Down Like This Guy ~ Video

By N. Morgan

Warrantless Searches
Warrantless Searches
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USA - -(Ammoland.com)- The one thing I cannot stress enough is to learn your rights as an American citizen.

The 4th amendment is in place to protect us from this sort of tyrannical barging in of our homes and our personal lives.

This is the way to handle unruly police officers trying to gain entry into your home.

If police come to your door and you don’t need their help, you can simply decline to answer. They cannot come into your home without a search warrant. Even if the police have probable cause, they cannot come in your home without a search warrant. You might even be a suspect in a criminal investigation. In such a case you should remain silent — except to say “Officer, I can’t let you inside without a search warrant.” Following such an encounter, you should immediately contact a lawyer before speaking to police again.

The fact is that police can legally lie to try and gain access into your home and knowing how to deal with police at your door can go a long way. A video uploaded to facebook last week by Avel Amarel, shows Amarel doing a great job at shutting down the two officers who tried to gain access to his house. Notice that in the beginning of the video, police try to get Amarel to stop filming. Mission number 1, reduce accountability. Cheers to Amarel for standing his ground.

Amendment IV
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

  • 16 thoughts on “If Police Come To Your Door Without A Warrant, Shut Them Down Like This Guy ~ Video

    1. Something one needs to keep in mind. While law enforcement is permitted to lie to the public, civilians are not permitted to lie to law enforcement. That is actually a felony. So if you do decide to respond to a police interrogation make certain that you tell only the truth or just the answering of a question falsely, even though you are otherwise innocent of any other wrong doing, could cost you dearly.

    2. Try this in San Jose and you will get arrested for PC148, obstructing and delaying a peace officer. Then the cop and judge will conspire to find you guilty. Been there. Done that. Got 10 days jail sentence after 2 week trial.
      Be aware that as you open the door, they may stick their foot in the door so you can’t close it. Once they have their foot in the door, they consider it a voluntary entry.

    3. BRAVO, GOOD CITIZEN!

      idadho: The way I see things, if they did that to me, and I was sentenced to jail time, my response to the judge would be: If you put me in jail, you’d better NEVER let me out! You gotta sleep sometime.

    4. Officer threatened to “drag him out”.

      I hope he filed complaint against both of these officers.

      Citizens have NO REQUIREMENT to help the police do their jobs, you have NO REQUIREMENT to report any crime(s) you witness, that is up to you to decide.

      “I can not help you officer”

    5. Officers REFUSED to produce their official ID

      They are looking for a man who beat a woman, but
      they ‘don’t know what he looks like’.

      Great police work guys.

      Get a warrant.

      “I’m uploading it directly to Youtube officers”

    6. Good point on “I can not help you Officer’. When all this finally gets to the point where all respect for law enforcement erodes and they realized they are on there all alone with little or nor cooperation from the taxpayers, ” Do you job without my help” will be the norm.

    7. “They cannot come into your home without a search warrant” In Texas they look into the camera and say “I hear someone in distress” then barge right in and shoot everyone. So, think twice about quoting your precious constitution.

    8. @ Stinky,
      That is no excuse for not standing up for your rights. That’s one reason I have a security camera at my front door. Your word against there’s is not good enough anymore.
      I have no reason to fear my local cops, but things can change.

    9. I am a CA APPS program highlighted ( meaning I have an angry former wife who had me placed under a Court ordered non-violent Domestic Violence Restraining Order. There is no standard of proof other than a person claims they are ‘afraid’. Their feelings and statements are the only proof needed) as such I am a ‘prohibited person” and may not possess any firearms ammo etc etc. As I was ordered out of my own home, they came by looking for me as my moms house, twice, 1st time she told them he has not lived here in years, go away. 2nd time the 92 yr old woman told them politely, no warrant, go away. 3rd time, just ignored them. They came to my office and I politely told them to leave the premises. They stalled but finally relented. While we have the 4th Amendment their solution is tyranny. They obtained a Hobbes” warrant to search. The Hobbs warrants are sealed. So the identity of the witness and their statements are sealed. So no right to confront ones accuser, yes they do this in the USofA! I am not the only one in LA this is LAPD SOP for ‘alleged’ gun owners.I have no felony record, only a 415shouting, and a phony trespassing conviction ( I ‘trespassed’ at a public event). have sued them in Federal Court and been in the LAPD gun unit’s face, politely, so is it political??? FYI: I do not even reside in the City or County of LA! No matter, as my mother lives in L.A. it is a nexus! LAPD can go anywhere in CA and they will in pursuit of Patriots to burn at the stake.

    10. Here’s one….How about don’t be such a dirtbag that the cops come to your door needing to investigate something?? I love all you POS “police experts” that would sh*& your knickers if you had to do the job for one night.

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