Cop Refuses to Remove Video Reminding Officers Not To Obey ‘Tyrannical Orders’
Greg Anderson, a Special Forces veteran and Port of Seattle Police Officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after refusing to delete a viral video reminding police officers that they don’t have unlimited powers, despite any unconstitutional orders from those higher in the chain of command. He warned other officers about violating citizens’ Constitutional rights because it undermines public trust. He said that police derive their power from the people. He implored officers to stand up for what is right, even if it costs them their jobs. He said that if we all stand together, it will be a non-issue because the people and law enforcement will be united.While this officer fights for his career, Washington State Governor Jay Inlslee is releasing violent felons who have gone on to commit new crimes
A Port of Seattle Police Officer has been placed on administrative leave after refusing to delete a viral video reminding police officers that they don’t have unlimited powers.
“I have seen officers around the country enforcing tyrannical orders; I was hoping it was a minority of officers, anymore, I am not so sure,” said Officer Greg Anderson, a Special Forces veteran.
Anderson took to Instagram on Tuesday to explain that he will likely be fired for refusing to remove the video, as it is considered insubordination.