" No offense jackpinesavages but that sounds like a 'contempt of cop' charge." No offense taken, and you are correct. There is nothing more destructive to any PD than egos, and they get all out of whack during election years in particular when they FEEL a statement needs to be made. This is why it is important to support this WCOrg. in a legal and productive manner: to send the statement back that we do NOT need PDs who are enforcers, but protectors of the Constitution they are sworn to. Their egos and false pride get all swollen up and the PDs forget who it is they SERVE. I listened to the 911 Dispatch call and read the statement from Madison P.D.. The immediate inconsistencies between the initial call for service and the PD's initial statement can make this another landmark case. Join. Donate. Buy a t-shirt, but don't stand by and do nothing while the wrong message goes out. (I mean, the Dispatcher even TELLS the 911 caller that the Attorney General has openly declared OC as a legal activity!) Let's get behind these people and help keep their records clean and the laws on the books more clear.