San Jose Police officer Tom Tiphayachan violated the Fourth Amendment when he stepped onto private property responding to a call that the people who lived there were selling real guns. They weren't. They were selling bb guns, but that didn't stop officer Tiphayachan from violating their Fourth Amendment rights.

The daughter of the people who live at the property picked up video of the incident and you can see that the residents are claiming the policeman is violating their rights and ask him to leave.

Tiphayachan shouts, “stand back, somebody called and said you were selling real guns.” He also pointed to one of the family members declaring that he knows who they are. However, the family also knows this officer because they are members of the group Copwatch and CopBlock, organizations that help to document the abuse and harassment of police officers.

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“I began filming EVERY encounter with the police. Even if I was driving by and saw them out with a citizen, I would film them. The more I did this, the more my eyes were open to just how corrupt and vile they really are. I have been threatened, harassed, our property taken and on one occasion, almost set up for a felony by one of San Jose’s finest. All while LEGALLY exercising my rights.This is WHY I record EVERY encounter. It has been what saved my ass,” Shannon told CopBlock.

“Protect yourself from these thugs. Don’t call them. Don’t let them on your property. NEVER consent to searches. Record any encounter you have with them, learn your rights, exercise your rights and don’t let these thugs rape you of your personhood. You are more powerful than you know.”

You can see in the video that as soon as the supervisor arrives on the scene that the officers leave once he is told what is going on and that a complaint will be filed.

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