A couple of weeks ago, Scott Richardson was stopped by the Addison Police Department for speeding. We pick up when the officer is asking Richardson for his driver’s license and proof of insurance. Richardson then makes a production of the stop.

Richardson apparently believes that the officer doesn’t have the right to stop him, and that speeding is not a crime in Texas. While it is true that you cannot be arrested for speeding unless you refuse to sign the citation, it is not correct that you do not have to identify yourself to the officer who has stopped you for speeding.

Then Richardson starts on the internet sovereign BS that he’s not “driving” because he is not out for a “commercial” purpose. Yeah, that didn’t work either.

So Richardson gets his window busted out and arrested for failure to display driver’s license.

That’s how it is supposed to work.

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