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Police officer with broken headlight wrongly stops man to cite him for a broken headlight

By Mason White 12:54 PM September 12, 2016
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By: Chan Yuan
(Scroll down for video) A man took a video after a police officer falsely stopping him for a broken headlight.

The man of Pennsylvania, was pulled over by the police officer in Forest City.

The officer accused Brian Karwowski of having a burned out headlight. However, Karwowski had just serviced his vehicle, and the dealership conducted an inspection, which included checking the headlights.

Karwowski got out of his vehicle and proved to the officer that all of his lights, including his headlights, were working properly.

While recording the video, Karwowski realized that a headlight on the officer’s vehicle was burned out. He pointed this out to the officer, but he did not respond.

Karwowski explained that police officers in his town are known for stopping people who drive nice vehicles in an attempt to gather evidence of drug dealing.

Since he was driving a brand new Toyota truck, he believed that the officer used the headlights as an excuse to pull him over.

Karwowski filed a complaint with the department, and he posted the video to the Internet for the world to see the police corruption.