To ensure you stay safe during the holidaze, I’ll post some NeverGetBusted Tips to refresh your memory and to keep you alert.
The following tips are taken from the most popular questions I am asked:
Question #1: What are your suggestions for “stashing” on your person?
Barry: A small amount in the private area works really well! This method of hiding can be a problem because if you are arrested for any other offense (police in Texas can take you to jail for traffic violations), the kops can find your stash during a strip search at the jail. If you are certain you won’t be arrested for another crime, the private area works great, especially for females.
Question #2: Is it smarter to find a special stash spot inside your vehicle or find a good place to stash it on your person?
Barry: It’s always smarter to carry only what you can eat. Upon being pulled over, simply eat your stash. If you aren’t willing to do this, it’s safer to hide your stash in the crotch area especially if you are a female.
These two methods are much safer than hiding contraband in your auto.
Question #3: If an individual had a small bag of pot in a cigarette pack, is it safe to assume if the officer asks, “What you got there?” you should be able to answer, “a pack of cigarettes,” without worrying about him searching the pack?
Barry: It is highly unlikely a pack of cigarettes can contain a weapon. That being the case, if an officer looks in your pack without probable cause (odor of pot, informant tip, K-9 alert) and without your permission, then anything found in that pack should be inadmissible in court. During a pat down, a kop can and will lie and claim the pack of cigarettes felt like a weapon. Once he retrieves the pack of cigarettes and discovers it’s not a weapon, he must then have your permission or probable cause to search the cigarette pack. Of course kops do not usually follow search laws so it’s normal for the officer to search the pack and take you to jail for the pot. It’s an illegal arrest but if you are found “Not Guilty,” there is no punishment for the officer. As an added tip, kops always look in cigarette packs because stoners and junkies hide their stashes there often.
There is the “legal” way, and there is the “NeverGetBusted Way.” The NeverGetBusted way may run contrary to conventional legal methods but can be more valuable in terms of whether you go to jail with a “legal argument” that the judge will probably overlook or avoid going to jail all-together.
Question #4: What is the BarryCam system?
Barry: The BarryCam system is the next evolution in personal security that offers protection from an ever-growing number of korrupt kops. This hidden camera system captures your next law enforcement encounter for Barry Cooper to analyze for any police misconduct. Since Barry is a former narcotics officer and currently one of America’s top court experts regarding police misconduct, owning this system is like having Barry as your personal witness everywhere you go.
The Internet reports thousands of police abuse cases with dozens of new reports surfacing each day. The smart citizen now realizes there is a great need to protect themselves from these rogue officers.
Although most police cruisers are equipped with dash cameras, any video captured that portrays officers in a bad light is usually tampered with or destroyed. The BarryCam provides every citizen controverting evidence to ensure his or her freedom. There is no other system like it!
BarryCams coming soon!