One summer evening, back in August , Andrew Michael Southard was arrested because he swore at a police officer. Southard and his brother were out cycling when two officers stopped them one evening in central Portsmouth. Swearing at a police officer is the common cause for many young people as young as 12 in the case of a pint-sized offender arrested and convicted under the Public Order Act because he called an officer "a wanker" , ending up embroiled in the criminal justice system. For many of the young people continuously stopped and searched by police where I live in East London there is a thin line between a routine stop and a hearing at the mags with a criminal record looming over your future. Irritated because this is the second time you have been stopped today? Stopped at a tube station, angry because everyone is staring and thinking you're a criminal? Swear in frustration and they have you, a perfectly legitimate arrest under the Public Order Act.
These Tupac quotes and lyrics are just as powerful today as they were when the late rapper was still alive. Tupac Shakur was a superstar in every sense of the word. As a musician, he was the face of west coast hip-hop during the 90s. Tupac was one of my favorite rappers as I was growing up. I loved his delivery , he spoke with so much passion.
California police on Sunday arrested a man for playing music and videotaping them, and then fatally shot his pet dog after the animal jumped from an open car window. Officers were responding to an armed robbery, and claimed Rosby was disturbing the crime scene by playing loud music and videotaping the showdown with his cell phone. Cell phone video from a witness shows Rosby walking his dog while watching the police response to the robbery.