The following post and accompanying video were shared with the CopBlock Network by Dominic Fallon, via the CopBlock.org Submissions Page. This submission consists of a second video containing an update of a previous submission by Fallon. In that submission, Fallon stated that he had flipped a cop off, who then turned around and ran a stop sign while speeding himself in order to issue a speeding ticket in retaliation.
Date of Incident: October 10, 2016
Officers Involved: Sergeant Greg Traci – Badge #107, Officer Matt Eden – Badge #014, Officer David Boss – Badge #006
Department Involved: Lyndhurst (Ohio) Police Department
Department Facebook Page: Lyndhurst Police Dept.
Department Phone No.: (440) 473-5116
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After I was ticketed for “speeding” in Lyndhurst, I decided to gather more video evidence that I also posted in the video update. I wanted to thank the creators of this organization for helping to shed light on the corruption throughout our justice system and I’m sorry it took so long for this update.
I do want to let people know that all cops are not bad, but like every other human on this planet, they do make bad decisions sometimes. Without this organization, I do not think I would have had the courage to go out and film government officials breaking the law.
Even though I was still charged for speeding, I am a man of my word and did state that I did travel no faster then 28. Maybe one day we will have a new law set across this country that would encourage officers to document and turn in the officers that do make these bad decisions and also be rewarded with some type of incentive.
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– Dominic Fallon
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