Your mom probably taught you to respect authority. She probably also taught you to trust Officers of the Law. What's interesting is that you should never, under any circumstances, answer any questions the police ask you.

That probably seems like something guilty people say. You might think that you have nothing to lose if you're absolutely certain that you're innocent of any crimes. You might think it's your civic duty to cooperate immediately with the noble men and women who've sacrificed part of their lives to keeping the peace. 

The guy in this video will explain to you why you're wrong. He analyzes a ton of scenarios (more than you've thought of) and shows you how in each case you should not talk to the police. Even if you're innocent. Hell, especially if you're innocent. Don't believe me? Watch the video.

 

 

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