by Eric Peters
Eric Peters Autos
It’s one thing to be told you must obey the law. But what being told to obey a cop who is acting contrary to the law?
This happens routinely – and (usually) without consequences.
For the cop, that is.
Here are a few examples:
In many states, it is still legal to “open carry” – that is, to openly carry a firearm on one’s hip (in a holster) or a rifle slung over one’s back… and so on. That is the law. Cops are supposed to know the law as well as enforce the law.