Somebody needs to explain to me how we got to this point. What point, you ask? The point where a man is standing on the sidewalk, minding his own business is approached and searched by the cops.
For what? They say a noise complaint.
I don’t buy that. Not even for a minute. I’d wager your first born that the average police response time to a “noise complaint” in the Brox can be measured with a calendar. The police have better things to do there.
Even if it were a legit “noise” complaint, there’s zero reason to search. I’ve been at places where the police showed up for noise- most notably a wedding. Nobody got searched.
Yeah, this guy is on parole. I’m not sure it should matter. If it did, why did the prosecutor drop the charges?
The real question isn’t “how did we get here” but “why doesn’t this change”. The answer to either question, of course, is the same: because as shocking as it looks, nobody really cares.