In this video I highlight John from the YouTube channel Extortion Everywhere. I have highlighted his channel before but not like this. John was pulled over by a deputy in an unmarked patrol car and issued an extortion attempt. RCW 46.08.65 requires that government owned cars in the state of Washington be properly marked. The RCW also establishes exceptions to the marking rules. Please UPVOTE, REBLOG and FOLLOW!
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Sheriff Knezovich asks for permission for unmarked cars
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