EXPOSED! Police officer LIES to driver on national television

Don’t trust this cop on his tormenting rant on driver licence possession. 
In the colony Australia the police lie to the people every single day.
They lie in the courts and on the streets. 
It’s up to you to not just catch them out but most importantly, hold them accountable.
This is an excerpt from a longer video (available on liabilitymate), where the focus is on the police officer’s words and not the driver’s arguments.

The Victorian police officer clearly states:
“There’s been a traffic offence committed, right? And you are required in Victoria when you commit a traffic offence to give me you name and address and produce your licence”.
First and foremost is that a police officer alleges that he saw a traffic offence being committed, where it’s up to the courts to enforce the law, should you chose not to accept the alleged version of events described by the officer.
He must also caution the driver of a legal action referred to in the U.S as the “Miranda warning”, which is also applicable here in Australia.
When you hold a driver licence, you are required to state your name, address DoB (Date of Birth) and that’s it.
ANY other question asked by the officer, you have the right not to self incriminate and it is to your benefit that you do not answer any other questions, not matter how ‘enticing’ the may be, as they are actually entrapment.
Also at law, first and foremost you are allegedly treated as not guilty until proven otherwise, BUT in alleged traffic offences the person is always guilty first under absolute liability and strict liability.
The police officer stating that the driver must produce his/her licence is actually false.
Persons (in Victoria) who have a licence have agreed to a law called the Road Safety Act 1986.

In this Act, the following is stated under Section 19:
(8)     A person under the age of 26 years who holds a driver licence must have the licence in his or her possession at all times while driving or in charge of a motor vehicle.
Penalty applying to this subsection: 5 penalty units.
The officer could easily assess if the driver is over 26 years of age, or quite simply state the actual law.
Another lying cop “Just doing my job”


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