Flying over a neighbor’s house (who happens to be a cop) at 300′ lands man with criminal trespass.

Posted by on Jul 20, 2020 in UAV News | 0 comments

Flying over a neighbor’s house (who happens to be a cop) at 300′ lands man with criminal trespass.

This is quite frankly, something that is terribly disturbing. We have all the great hits here.

We have potential police corruption with an officer instigating this. This is an Inspire 1, it doesn’t have the ability to “spy” at 300′. Another officer comes on site and sees them flying and arrests him.

Several local prosecutors pass on the complaint. They see it is bogus. Just before the complaint is finally dropped, the state prosecutor steps in. At the trial, earlier this year, with Covid and other issues, the drone operator is not able to get his professional witness there, and the court denies allowing him to attend via Zoom or other video conference that many other courts are allowing. Flight logs were not allowed in, showing how high the drone was.

Find out more about this case from Joshua Bardwell:

Help James Benson gain his rights back and overturn this terrible travesty of justice: https://www.gofundme.com/f/legal-defense-to-cover-wrongful-arrest

Of course, this just sounds completely like the case from Kentucky with yet another judge that was anti-justice and out to hurt drone operators by also denying pertinent evidence.

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