Donuts and Steroids in Paradise Valley

On Jan. 6, 2014 David C Hutchinson, Joe Diventi, Carney, and Clement, all employed at the Paradise Valley (AZ) police outfit, prevented Kane Zane’s freedom of movement, damaged his property, took his person, and levied ransoms. If you acted similar to Hutchinson, Diventi, Carney, and Clement what it be called? Kidnapping? Theft?







  • Jake C

    He says he is being pulled over all the time for driving infractions. So instead of learning how to drive his vehicle appropriately, he turns it into this rolling copblock and begins to give advise about how to talk to police officers. He is obviously not good at it since he continues to drive irradically and get tickets. This is very interesting and comical. So where are the “steroids” that were posted in the title?

    This is another poor attempt from Pete to bash police officers. How many tickets do you have Pete?


    poor attempt?? Does he beg you to come here? Hell no.. I’m sure you want be missed.

  • t

    I’ll refer this guy to:

    The 4th amendment to the US Constitution. He doesn’t know it
    Also to State v Mimms &. Maryland v Wilson.

    Learn baby learn.

  • keepitreal

    Nobody cares, slaps, and never will. Because you’re a liar with no credibility.

  • keepitreal

    Again, you’re not a cop. Fake, baby, fake.

  • John Q Public

    I keep telling you… copblockers don’t like SCOTUS decisions unless they are the ones benefitting from it.

  • John Q Public

    Wow. This guy is admitting to breaking the law and then gets upset when he gets pulled over. All the rest that I could stand to watch is just rambling.

  • Ghost

    You say your a “parol agent” who deals with “plantives” all the time. Only one of you are talking about the real world and it’s not you. Fucking moron.

  • t

    Matters not. I’m still right. Ha ha ha

  • Dave Fon

    Jake c, aka slaps, kill yourself

  • Dave Fon

    Slaps under another name?

  • Dave Fon

    Another shill?, or ol’ slaps?

  • RaymondbyEllis

    Nor do cops, nor prosecutors. A lot of not liking SCOTUS decisions.

  • keepitreal

    Who freaking cares? ha ha ha HA

  • Justsomeguy151

    You sound like an ignorant retard. He broke no law. He may have committed a violation, which is in itself, NOT a crime. No one can stand yr pig bootlicking either, fascist.

  • Justsomeguy151

    He needs to sue the living shit out of all four treasonous criminal pigs, the fraud of a judge that gave these thugs a FALSE WARRANT as there was ZERO probable cause, and the pig pen/dept that trains and encourages thuggery, lawlessness, aggression and treason. Suing these fagots is the only way to hurt them where they live. When all their credit cards are froze, their wives will let them know how much they appreciate their cowardly pig husbands fucking w/ other people’s lives on a whim. Also the violation of any civil right carries the minimum penalty of $250,000 and 5 years in prison, maybe more depending on the extent of the treason. Title 18 or 42 lawsuit and you will own these pigs for the rest of their misbegotten lives. And this in turn will teach said pigs, who their masters truly are. WE THE PEOPLE.

  • Alexander Vucelic

    These Cops would have murdered him if he wasn’t filming.

    These Cops believe it is reasonable to kill innocent Americans for a traffic stop.

    Does anyone really believe Cops are anything but Anti-American ?

  • John Q Public

    Ok. Just keep drinking the koolade.

  • Justsomeguy151

    Wrong. YOU are the one bathing and drinking the Kool Aid, son. If you weren’t you’d actually know what the difference between law and statutes is.

  • John Q Public

    Law vs Statute

    “Law” and “statute” both refer to certain laws that have been made and implemented in a society for some kind of discipline, rules, and regulations to be followed by a community or society or nation as a whole. “Law” and “statute” are different from each other as a law refers to some common rules made and followed by the society for a long time which are still being followed. These are not necessarily written whereas a statute refers to laws which have been passed as bills by the legislature of a country or have been written down and are consulted for use.

    “Law” can be defined as the body of principles and rules governing the affairs or behavior of society or a community. In the United States, the law appears in the U.S. Code. A law stays and keeps appearing in the U.S. Code till that law is actively in force. The law of the United States is cumulative no matter which law came into existence at what time. Laws are guidelines and rules enforced by different institutions. There are many different laws such as:

    Property law- This law deals with the ownership and transfer of personal or real property according to the asset of rules made.
    Contract law- It includes rules which bind you to a contract like buying shares or simpler actions like buying tickets for the train, etc.
    Trust law- These laws deal with the assets one holds for investments and the laws which are applied in financial trading or securities.
    Criminal law- Criminal law is the law which deals with a person committing a crime against society and the rules which punish them.
    Constitutional law- The law which gives guidelines for making new laws or maintaining the old ones, and the laws which protect human rights is called Constitutional law. It also sets guidelines for the election of politicians.
    Administrative law- This law helps in reviewing the government’s decisions. These are just a few of the laws which set guidelines for the better functioning of a community. When the community being considered is not only a nation, then there are international laws too. Religious laws are very much followed and obeyed in many countries. Thus, there are many kinds of laws which might or might not be written.

    “Statute” is also called statute law. It is a written law which has been decided upon by the legislature of a country or by the legislators in case there is a monarchy in the country. It is a written law thus it is different from many oral laws or customary laws where no rules are written, but certain regulations and guidelines have been followed for a long time.

    Statute law originates from municipalities or the state legislature or at a higher level the national legislature. The municipal or state statute is subordinate to the national statute laws.

    A statute is also called “session law,” and these two words can be used interchangeably. Statutes, unlike laws, are published in the United States Statutes at Large. These are not cumulative; each legislative session has a separate volume.


    1.Statute law is written laws originating from municipalities, states, or national legislatures; laws are written or unwritten guidelines or rules that are followed by communities.
    2.Statutes are not cumulative; each legislative session has a separate volume. Laws are cumulative. They appear in the U.S. Code until that law is actively in force.
    3.Statute laws are published in the United States Statutes at Large; laws appear in the U.S. Code.

  • Justsomeguy151

    Congratulations on mastering the Cut and Paste function. But do you understand it? You could’ve just as easily done some real research, meaning searching and comprehending what yr talking about, not just cut and pasting. A statute is arbitrary and can be voted on or altered at any time. The law is the Constitution or common law. The SCOTUS makes decisions deciding constitutionality but their record is spotty at best. Dred Scott, Roe vs Wade, the Patriot Act, ObummaCare, the NDAA and many others are just a few that they’ve absolutely blown decisions on. Its been argued that men and women who haven’t been elected don’t have the power to decide what is upheld and what isn’t but for now our hopelessly corrupt govt is doing just that. Judges are unaccountable.