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May 30, 2014

Activist Trent Goodbaudy is trying to incite change in the town of Hillsboro, Oregon.

His activism has made him and his family quite the targets for harassment by Hillsboro police.

When Goodbaudy’s sister got a traffic ticket, they attempted to beat the fine by stating that their authority only comes from consent; they do not consent, therefore the Hillsboro PD has no legal claim to said fine.

Obviously the Hillsboro PD did not accept this plea.

However, when they showed up at Goodbaudy’s 6 month pregnant sister’s house without a warrant, they sure seemed like they were in the wrong.

Goodbaudy rolls up on a bicycle and makes quick work of these guys.

Here is that exchange.


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