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Let’s Go To The Video Tape! (#2)

By Greg L | 5 January 2007 | Rack & Roll Scandal | 8 Comments

Let me show you another story…

It’s a warm early summer evening, and a few folks are outside chatting outside of the Rack & Roll Billards Club in Manassas Park. To the left of the column in this security camera video, we have a gentleman who is perhaps in his early fifties who has just walked out and is tucking in his shirt. Pretty uneventful.

Oh, my. The Manassas Park Police Department has arrived about six minutes after the previous scene. Is there a complaint of open cocaine use? No, a complaint of open drug use takes about twenty minutes for the police to respond, so this must be something really major. Perhaps there’s a terrorist running amok, or someone is barbecuing puppies, or something else really serious.

Nah, it’s not terrorism. It’s an investigation by three Manassas Park police officers of the gentleman who we saw tucking in his shirt under the premise that it may have constituted indecent exposure. This brings a whole new meaning to the term ‘fashion police’.

There are a couple of things I don’t completely understand about this:

It sure looks to me like they were just looking for opportunities to harass Rack & Roll customers, and the remotest hint of any probable cause generates the biggest production possible in order to create a negative impression of the place. There are plenty of other instances of what appears to be unwarranted harassment of Rack & Roll customers, and readers are going to get a chance to learn about many of them.

One last question: while a significant portion of the Manassas Park Police Department is working hard to make the parking lot in front of Rack & Roll look like a scene of nazi Germany out of an old war movie, who was protecting the citizens in other parts of Manassas Park? Or did they suddenly seem to not have any problems with gangs, property crimes or assaults in Manassas park while this was going on?

Here’s the video of the man ticking in his shirt, and here’s the video of the police response to this dangerous incident. Stay tuned for more…

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  1. Had to Say said on 5 Jan 2007 at 8:41 am:
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    It’s hard to believe that in this day and age and in NOVA this is actually going on. Has anyone contact the Attorney Generals office about this. If this is true, this is corruption at its worst.

  2. 10thdistrictrepublican said on 5 Jan 2007 at 12:44 pm:
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    This is absolutely ridiculous. All I can say is WOW!

  3. Anonymous said on 5 Jan 2007 at 1:04 pm:
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    It needs to go to the US Attorney’s Office in Alexandria (Asst. US Atty Chuck Rosenberg)

  4. Cardinal said on 5 Jan 2007 at 1:37 pm:
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    Careful, it’s probably a “Homeland Security” detail.

  5. Loudoun Insider said on 5 Jan 2007 at 3:43 pm:
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    Un-frigging believable!!! Where’s the mainstream media? Too busy shilling for Kaine more than likely.

  6. a nonny mouse said on 6 Jan 2007 at 1:03 am:
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    The same mainstream media that somehow missed the murder that happened at 9464 Lanae Ln in Manassas Park yesterday? Someone was arrested at 2:30pm and police were on the scene till at least 10:30pm.

  7. a nonny mouse said on 6 Jan 2007 at 1:04 am:
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    Correction: 9469 Lanae Ln.

  8. Anonon said on 6 Jan 2007 at 5:26 am:
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    It’s there today.

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