“It don’t matter to me. What’s gonna happen?” says officer Williams to assert his ‘above the law’ power.
By Matt Agorist @ The Free Thought Project
A couple of ‘good-ole-boys’ were driving down Highway 425 in Ferriday, Louisiana when they saw trash being thrown out of the passenger’s side window of a police cruiser.
The two concerned citizens decided to follow the patrol car driven by officer Lee Williams of the Ferriday Police Department, and let him know that they did not approve of this littering.
When they confronted Williams, he became immediately confrontational, defensive, and arrogant.
“It don’t matter to me. What’s gonna happen?” says officer Williams to assert his ‘above the law’ power, basically telling the duo that he can litter and it doesn’t matter.
Williams made the mistake of actually engaging further with the two men and the situation quickly becomes hilarious.
Despite Williams trying to intimidate these two men, they stand their ground; calling out the officer’s hypocrisy the entire time.
This article originally appeared at The Free Thought Project