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The Ebell of Los Angeles- https://bit.ly/3cTQfma

Los Angeles Municipal Code § 41.20- https://bit.ly/3vwZ5g0

Street Closure Provisions and Application Procedures- https://bit.ly/3vx64Wm
Cal. Pen. Code § 602- https://bit.ly/3zs5Mkz

James v. City of Long Beach- https://bit.ly/3oMTyyo

Cal. Pen. Code § 242- https://bit.ly/3zOwsNS

People v. Rocha- https://bit.ly/3ORzu8g

Power to Arrest Training Manual- https://bit.ly/3Bx4cR8

CALCRIM No. 3475. Right to Eject Trespasser From Real Property- https://bit.ly/3BwS1Uw

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38 thoughts on “Security Guard Thinks He OWNS The Sidewalk

  1. Nah … security guard gets an F … the docs you read say the closed part requires properly placed barricades. If they were not properly placed there was no right to enforce anything until they placed barricades where the claimed permit allowed them to place alleged permitted barricades.

    Then the onus would be on Mr sidewalks to research the legitimacy of the barricades.

  2. There is no sign indicating the sidewalk is closed at the corner, Audit the Audit. If the sidewalk is closed, they are required to put a sign at the corner indicating so. There is none, so the sidewalk is open to the point where the directional sign asks you to cross the street. You cannot trespass someone from a public sidewalk. There is no sign indicating the sidewalk is closed, so why are you moaning on and on about trespass laws? Are people mind readers? Are they supposed to somehow know the sidewalk is closed?? You can even see other people walking down to the sign that directs people to cross the street!!! The sidewalk was open per all the signs posted, and Audit the Audit gets an F for a horrible analysis of the situation.

  3. I love it how a guy who can barely speak English just feels the need to film a strangers wedding. I understand it's public property and I'm sure the guy has lived there his entire life and always pays taxes so if he feels the need to film a public wedding he can. But, why be a asshole and film it. Dude can't even speak correctly and he's worried about his right to film in public. Learn the language first illegal immigrant.

  4. Written within the first amendment of the constitution, section 2A "only a Jedi Knight and or Sith Lord can use the force on a public sidewalk" since the security guard is neither a Jedi Knight nor a Sith Lord he is definitely guilty of commiting a crime against Mr Sidewalk.ī

  5. C-? I think he should have gotten far worse. The guy got physical, and the way he was yelling was outrageous. That alone should have gotten a D, seems to me.

  6. So what stops me from just claiming to any random person that I have a permit for the sidewalk any time? Checking for property lines is one thing, a photographer can do that ahead of time, etc. But a TEMPORARY permit there's no way to verify they aren't lying unless they can present the actual permit, surely?

  7. Auditor – F

    Security guard – A+

    He’s allowed to push him. It was reasonable force. He gave the guy plenty of chances and was polite. He didn’t start with aggression. The auditor was trespassing on a private event.

  8. These people that purposely provoke the police are the scum of the earth…all for content, for you tube, to make money…society is fucked, technology is at fault. I'd of snapped on that guy too. The most useless human being on earth

  9. In LA, the entertainment industry employs a lot of dikhead security guards on their film sets. to shoo away paparazis. This is pretty typical behavior for these people.

  10. Security supervisor used his voice rather than excessive force. I'd argue this was successful based on the fact the holder of the recorsing device continued to back up. Therefore, seems to have been an appropriate reaction rather thans simply remaining calm and picking the guy up and throwing him out of bounds.

  11. As a security guard myself, I will never understand how people take that “security” title to the extreme and do the most, I will never act like a dumbass tryna b a cop

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