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FL Deputy Threatens to Shoot Concealed Carry Licensee and Arrests Him for Lawfully carried Handgun

Citrus County Florida Deputy Andy Cox Threatens to Shoot Concealed Carry
Licensee for Lawfully Carried Handgun & Then Arrests Him for
Accidental Exposure.

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  • "I'll shoot you in the fucking back"

    US cops are so professional.

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  • I have a CHL.. this is how a traffic stop is SUPPOSED TO go...

    1: cop comes to the car vehicle, and asks for your drivers license.. thats the first thing HE is supposed to do..

    2: you hand the officer your license and your CHL.

    3. the officer will ask if you are carrying.

    4: if you say YES, it is at the officer's discretion as to weather or not he wants you to hand over the firearm untill he is done or not. Personally I have never had them ask me for my gun.



    now, details.. if the offi More..

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    • @Nothingisfree I am a Texas CHL holder too and I agree 100% He should have let the cop know he had the gun but the cop definitely went ape shit and over reacted.

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    • @Nothingisfree Thanks for the info. It still blows me away that the driver was dumb enough to first of all get out on his own, and still not mention anything to the cop about the gun.

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    • @gatcontrol that's the real crux of it. He should have just sat tight and did exactly what the cop asked.

      Cops go apeshit when you improvise they fucking hate it.

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    • @Nothingisfree This is the only way I know. Always, always hand the officer your DL and CHL at the same time...always.

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  • He should have stayed in the van, kept his hands in plain view and advised the officer that he was permitted and was carrying. Had he done that he wouldn't be in the trouble that he's in right now. Sorry folks, but I believe the officer was correct in what he did.

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    • @-sloop- Agreed.

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    • @-sloop- I was told by an Arizona Trooper that if pulled over if I put my hands out the window when he approached the vehicle that gesture would relax the officer...When in New Jersey I did this for a stop I ended up being searched.berated.vehicle searched..and ticketed..Every other state I have been pulled over in the officer has thanked me for the gesture

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    • @dradis84__I know that if an officer can see your hands he's going to feel a little bit more at ease. I don't know why you got that kind of reaction from the NJ cop. Another good idea is that if you're stopped at night turn on the interior light.

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    • @dradis84 Don't stick your hands out the window if he doesn't ask, if he doesn't know what you're doing it looks weird. Just keep them at 11 and 1 on your steering wheel so he can see them before he gets to your window and that'll relax the cop a bit.

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    • @dradis84 There is your problem right there! You were in NJ!

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  • That cop has a stinking attitude to law abiding citizens

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  • So...if you have a CCW and the wind blows your shirt up for just a split second, thats agains the law? Someone fire this dumbass

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    • @RUKUSBUKUS What's against the law is not telling the cop you have a gun, and getting out of the vehicle when you weren't asked, and THEN having the wind blow your shirt up.

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    • @Kalazam some states dont require you to notify a policeman if you are carrying. I dont know about Florida.

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    • @idonotconsent Can't explain it better sir!

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    • @Kalazam lol actually none of the three things you just said are against the law

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    • @RUKUSBUKUS

      : " So...if you have a CCW and the wind blows your shirt up for just a split second, thats agains the law? Someone fire this dumbass "


      Then you need to read the fucking laws before getting a CCW. This law is meant so that the general public don't all freak out when they see your carelessly concealed gun. Or that some other CCW doesn't pulls his gun out...thinking you're a bad guy and confronts you or w/e,. And there are dipshits who goes around trying to be hard by preten More..

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  • Why is he getting out of the car in the first place? The cop wouldn't have even see the firearm had he not gotten out of his vehicle like an idiot. That being said, the cop is also a fool. Threatening to shoot him is unprofessional.

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    • @NickScantic spot on.

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    • @NickScantic Since when cops in the US are known for being professional? After so many videos of them abusing their power...

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    • @VagabundoR1 It's sorta a 50/50 shot here with cops. Half of them (literally) are dirtbag, wanna be tuff guys, who didn't go to college and now are taking it out on everyone else because they have a badge and a gun. And the other half is good hard working cops. Approach situations as help, not as a burden. So pretty much every time you are here and you interact with a police officer, you have a 50/50 chance of getting tazed/shot, illegally detained, fined or arrested. lol

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    • @NickScantic

      Yeah, not going to college is the reason cops become assholes. You're full of shit.

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    • @SlimeLeak All of the cops that I know, were athletes who never were good enough to play in college. Obviously in school the focused on sports instead of school, and guess where they ended up? On the force. I do admit, that a lot of them are ex-military, which should be illegal since you don't put a combat veteran in a situation where PTSD or something could affect is power judgment.

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  • "i don't care if he has a permit or not" what. the. fuck. does that supposed to mean!

    That cop is worthless. Catch the guys without the permits not the ones with them you damn idiot.

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    • @Ldiagrhkt007

      The 2nd Amendment is my concealed permit.

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    • @Ldiagrhkt007 this could have me so easily, cops never reason like normal people, they are fucking dogs. You nailed it and this whole thing is messy

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    • @Ldiagrhkt007 I think that was adrenaline. The correct thing to do was inform the cop you have a concealed handgun permit first thing. The cop sees a gun on someone he stopped who he doesn't know, adrenaline takes control (he obviously wants to make it out alive, and isn't going to let a random person he stopped decide that for him).

      I hate cops who act aggressively towards people, but this was a bit different in my opinion. He should've informed the cop about the gun.

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    • @EuroCanuck Agreed. yet in the video, the civilian claims that he told the officer ahead of time, before coming out of the car, that he had a gun on him, also
      "perhaps" noting that he has a permit for it.

      Be that the case or not. He still acted aggressively and should not have began prosecuting the guy right there and then. Putting him in hand cuffs and further degrading him.

      If you can't handle adrenaline, DON'T BE A COP. These adrenaline idiots always end up hurting or killing som More..

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    • @Ldiagrhkt007 I agree 100 percent.

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  • Funny dude trying to hide the gun instead of telling the cop. The cop, as usual was overreacting and making everything possible to escalate the situation. Dumb and dumber.

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  • As a person well versed in weapons training and a permitted carrier, I see fault on both parties. When you are stopped by an officer of the law, you remain in your vehicle, unless instructed to step out. You leave your hands on the steering wheel in plain sight. When the officer asks you for your driver license, explain to the officer that you have to reach for it along with your CHL and that you are carrying a weapon. Wait for the OK to do so, or further instructions.

    As for the officer, He ob More..

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    • @2Centrist well said

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    • @2Centrist Exactly, This is a premium example of a cop
      exacerbating a non violent situation. If your a cop, you should be used to seeing a gun. Not pucker your asshole, freak out, and pull a power trip over a holstered weapon. especially when you ask him for a permit, he asks if he can grab it, cop says go ahead, and then he goes to find it, lets the camera see the weapon, then pulls his little charade. If it is a case of the officer not even hearing a word the guy says, and somehow mistook th More..

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  • It appears to me that Florida is NOT a "shall inform" state.
    790.06 …. The licensee must carry the license, together with valid identification, at all times in which the licensee is in actual possession of a concealed weapon or firearm and must display both the license and proper identification upon demand by a law enforcement officer. Violations of the provisions of this subsection shall constitute a noncriminal violation with a penalty of $25, payable to the clerk of the court.

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    • @Jersey I have never had an encounter with law enforcement in VA like this one. If I get stopped....first of all I don't dive out of my truck....and when they ask for a drivers license I hand it to them with my Concealed Carry Permit whether i'm carrying or not. Usually I get asked where my firearm is and what judge's signature is on my permit. "Have a nice day and be safe" is the response I always get from the police.

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    • @sirmoneymakpimpwether Oh I agree totally. But it's not against the law to step out of the vehicle. Right or wrong, the officer was a bit over the top on this one.
      Washington State isn't a shall inform state, but if I was to get stopped, I keep my hands in plain site on the steering wheel, EVEN IF I'M NOT CARRYING, because they usually know before they approach your car that you have a permit, and then I tell them. Cops have a lot of authority and can shoot your ass and then claim they had f More..

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    • @Jersey Correct.

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    • @Jersey Florida certainly seems strict. In most parts of Colorado, especially El Paso County, we have Open Carry laws that negate this whole "accidental exposure" bullshit in most cases. A six-shot revolving cylinder firearm can be legally carried in a holster anywhere in the county, except for schools and government buildings. The rule is usually that your shirt has to be tucked in so the firearm is plainly visible. You don't have to tell a police officer a damn thing about yourself More..

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  • The cop was wrong and handled the situation wrong. He just needs some retraining and brief discipline.

    Florida law states:790.053 Open carrying of weapons.—
    (1) Except as otherwise provided by law and in subsection (2), it is unlawful for any person to openly carry on or about his or her person any firearm or electric weapon or device. It is not a violation of this section for a person licensed to carry a concealed firearm as provided in s. 790.06(1), and who is lawfully carrying a firea More..

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  • American cops watch too much hollywood and try to mimmick their 'Heroes'

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    • @Sense and Logic

      Conceal people conceal!!! It means hide, don't show it, should not be seen, keep hidden. Shall I go on?

      Getting out of a car is the first sign of a threat to a police officer.

      Second threat is the gentlemen not sharing with the cop he has a weapon and having the cop find out on his own.

      You must take charge in those situations. It may sound brutal but you must intimidate the person since you have no clue his intentions. Not being a cop really can hurt your alls view po More..

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    • @bigair
      people need to keep in mind that this cop doesn't know anything about this guy yet. Is he a criminal? Got warrant out for him? Did he just shot someone? yes the cop got a bad mouth but I don't see anything wrong there.

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    • @bigair ..Common sense has to be used, this cop obviously did not have any.He was like most American cops, a thug in uniform.

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    • @Sense and Logic

      No... common sense should not be used when a man is carrying a weapon that is not concealed. common sense will get a cop killed which sounds like your intentions.

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    • @bigair
      This police officer is the only threat here.

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    • @rivrev65 I'm so sick and tired of those videos with american police cops abusing. To much power invested on this cunts. I think this happens because of the guns privilege. OK. I understand they are so many retarded maniacs with guns who can kill you in US but this is not the right way to treat all the people. I hate american police. and i dont say this because i saw this video. they are so many examples.

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    • @FreeMind1

      This is what a police state looks like. You don't live there do you? Why care?

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    • @SlimeLeak I care about all countryes who has good people and others treat them like shit. Especialy cops.

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    • @FreeMind1

      You will be troubled all your life then.

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  • Worthless fuckin cop.

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    • @Vap0rHead What would you do if you were a Law Enforcement Officer and you pulled over some guy in a beat up van and he gets out of his vehicle and he has a gun on him.

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    • @TEXAS HOLDEM123

      Well cheese dick, he was legally carrying a weapon. He was not a criminal nor acting like a raging lunatic. Cops in the U.S. are overly aggressive for no reason. Power hungry, constitution trampling douch bags are what most of them are.

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    • @Vap0rHead I see you never answered my question.

      Secondly this might surprise you but the cop does not have a crystal ball which can tell if the gun was legal or not, neither can it tell if he is a criminal or not

      Third. Any responsible gun owner knows DO NOT get out of the car while armed to greet a cop.

      Fourth "Cops in the U.S. are overly aggressive for no reason. "

      Completely agree.

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    • @TEXAS HOLDEM123

      I did answer your question. I see you are stereotyping this man. Saying that he had a beat up old van. Not all citizens can afford a nice fancy car. The man has a RIGHT to be armed. It's not his fault the cop was a pansy ass bitch.

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    • @Vap0rHead I repeat "Secondly this might surprise you but the cop does not have a crystal ball which can tell if the gun was legal or not, neither can it tell if he is a criminal or not"


      I repeat the cop does not know that...it is common sense



      Also "I see you are stereotyping this man. "

      Kid are you not stereotying the cops??

      "Cops in the U.S. are overly aggressive for no reason. "

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  • You expect any different? Cops are the worlds largest gang anyone telling you differently has a mental illness.

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  • Is it LAW in Florida that you must declare the weapon? Here in Pennsylvania, you do NOT need to declare, legally. That said, I still would if I got stopped.

    Any way you slice it, this cop is a prick.

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    • @turbof20c Yes well then the driver is either stupid or... stupid. Don't get out of the car... follow the laws...

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    • @turbof20c Yeah, he was. Cop = way overzealous. And the threat to shoot him? in the back?? C'mon. Would like to have seen some disciplinary action for that one.

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  • I was wondering where Larry the Cable Guy went.


    Ps, this cop is a fucking cunt; "Put your hands right there or I'll shoot you in the back" What a fucking cowardly pussy cunt.

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  • There's letter of the law, and then there's spirit of the law. This Barney Fife is using letter of the law, stretching it quite a bit, and acting like a thug instead of a public servant. A professional competent officer uses discretion with the spirit of the law. There was no need to escalate this situation to where it was taken.

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  • he treated the guy like he was acting hostile when he wasn't

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    • @AhsoAssho they treat everyone hostile. remember the video on here of the diabetic that went into shock? the cops pulled him out of the car at gunpoint and repeatedly kicked him after he did NOTHING to provoke them. except have SEIZURE lol. you see a guy convulsing, so your first thought is, hmm, lets pull him out and beat the shit out of him since idk what else to do. fucking pigs are so clueless they have no more authority to carry weapons than ordinary citizens

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    • @beastxxwar yea really

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  • '...you turned around and your weapon stuck out right at me'.

    Was the hand gun going to attack you by its self, officer?
    This cop is a homo.

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  • If you get pulled over there is no reason to exit your vehicle unless asked to do so by the officer.

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    • @Zalure unless youre just a friendly guy willing to cooperate.

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    • @b4z_uk You have to take into consideration recent events in the United States and see things from the officers perspective, hell we should all look at things from other peoples perspectives more often, but in this case the guy being pulled over shouldn't be such a fucking blockhead, don't get outta your vehicle to greet a police officer with a gun on your hip if you're clearly not law enforcement yourself.

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  • 100 percent harassment

    mostly good cops, but foreskins like him give the rest a bad name

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  • Should have said he had a CCL before he got out of the van. Could have saved himself the humiliation.

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  • He should have kept both hands on the wheel, said he was ccw and asked what the officers instructions were. Specially w a nervous officer.

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