West Point Grad Defends Freedom -- From the Local Police

by Will

Will Grigg?s Liberty Minute

January 5, 2012

Austin, Texas resident Antonio Buehler was the designated driver on New Year?s Eve when he saw a woman being abused by police outside a convenience store.

The 34-year-old Buehler, a combat veteran of Kosovo and Iraq and West Point graduate, recalls that he and his friend saw ?the cop violently yanking the female out of the car onto the ground.? Another officer joined in and ?grabbed her arms. Her hands were behind her back straight out and they lifted her up by her arms."

With the help of a friend, Buehler began to document this act of "street justice" with his cell phone. One of the cops waddled over to Buehler and ordered him to leave, a demand the cop had no authority to make. He kept advancing until he had pinned the witness up against a truck, getting so close that Buehler actually breathed on him ? which gave him a pretext to accuse the witness of "spitting" on him. Buehler was charged with "harassing a public servant" ? a third-degree felony ? and "resisting arrest."

The Austin PD claims that Beuhler was the aggressor, but video evidence corroborates the witness?s account of the event.

Antonio Beuhler?s actions on the morning of New Year?s Day did more to defend freedom than anything he did in Kosovo or Iraq.

Let us take back the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free.

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