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Never Get Busted Again 1: Traffic Stops (2pc)

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  • Actors: Barry Cooper
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Disinformation
  • DVD Release Date: October 30, 2007
  • Run Time: 135 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000RZF1UM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,999 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Barry Cooper is a hero because he is standing up and declaring the War on Drugs is not working! Tucker Carlson, MSNBC

... a completely excellent, informative, FASCINATING, sort of tragic and a very absorbing video. It bears watching over and over again. My highest recommendation possible for this outstanding DVD! Marc Emery, editor of Cannabis Culture magazine July 8, 2007

He was even better than he says he was. He had a knack for finding drugs and made more arrests and more seizures than all of the other agents combined. He was probably the best narcotics officer in the state and maybe the country during his time with the task force. Tom Finley, Commander Permian Basin Drug Task Force.

Amazing Value! 2 DVDs for only $24.95 srp!

Watch Barry Cooper, a former police officer in Texas focusing on narcotics interdiction for eight years, teach you exactly what you need to know to stay out of jail. With over 800 felony and misdemeanor narcotics arrests, DEA Training, and extensive experience with K-9 drug dogs, Barry's friendly, plain spoken and honest attitude makes it easy and entertaining for you to LEARN WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW. Much of this information has never been seen by the public before and this is the first time it has all been available from a single source.

- Watch real footage of Barry making marijuana arrests
- Learn secret drug enforcement tactics
- Avoid narcotics profiling
- Conceal your stash plus, do coffee grinds really work?
- How to fool K9's every time
- Search and seizure law made easy
- How Police can tell when you're lying
- 90 Plus Minutes of one-on-one training!


Barry Cooper is a hero because he is standing up and declaring the War on Drugs is not working! --- Tucker Carlson, MSNBC

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He knows how everything works firsthand.
He explains it better in his own words, but I loved seeing this previously macho fool (thank God he outgrew that) wake up and have the courage of his own convictions.
Just because it depends on ur circumstance!

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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Narcotics officer Barry Cooper racked up over 800 felony and misdemeanor narcotic arrests, taking in millions in cash and assets for his departments in Texas, before turning in his badge and speaking out against the War on Drugs. Cooper saw the ineffectiveness and hypocrisy of the War on Drugs from the inside, even as he was the top cop in the state for drug busts. After arresting the both mayor's son and a councilman for drug possession, Cooper came under political pressure with further convinced him of the failure of the system. He retired from the force and became a target for nuisance arrests, so he's speaking back with Never Get Busted Again, a tell-all instructional video to "keep you from going to jail for an unjustified law that is already being broken daily by millions of non-violent citizens."

In his opening address, Cooper states that 42% of Americans have tried marijuana in their lives, and he does not believe that 42% of the country deserves to be in jail, so our laws on cannabis are not working. This reviewer heard about Cooper's DVD on National Public Radio (NPR), of all places, in a piece in which Cooper eloquently stated his position for the reform of marijuana laws. I'm a fan of COPS and any true crime show, so I figured, how much more real does it get?

His DVD is both a powerful social commentary and a practical instruction video. He breaks down the search and seizure laws, explaining what "probable cause" and "reasonable suspicion" mean in terms of a traffic stop. He even busts the myth that you should always refuse consent to search - cops do use the invocation of 4th amendment rights against you, even though they shouldn't. He discusses what does and doesn't mask odor and reveals the science and methodology behind canine search dogs.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By fano3 on October 31, 2007
Format: DVD
As the saying goes, "If only I knew long ago what I know now" ...

I've made so many mistakes that this DVD could have saved me from. I lost my driving license for a year because of having cannabis in my car. Boy, the number of wrong things I've done while driving, and been caught or managed to be lucky and NOT get caught... I certainly feel blessed, but I could have avoided losing my license and getting DUI's on my record had I watched this DVD first. I can't wait to see what the other volumes of Never Get Busted will share.

This information is truly valuable and clearly aimed at helping people stay out of trouble with the law and jail. As a former top drug cop in Texas, Barry's advice is helpful because he's BEEN there, he's aware of how the other side works. It offers an insider look at police mentality so we understand how cops twist the law, and incite fear to violate our rights. There are precautions that every smart smoker should take to stay out of jail, and this DVD explains them well.

In my opinion, Barry has more credibility than many of his anti-prohibition counterparts/critics because he's been there. He knows how everything works firsthand.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Herb Hunter on November 7, 2007
Format: DVD
I'm a law graduate and an occasional watcher of COPS (hey, it's entertaining), so when I heard about this video on the news, I had to check it out. It's well produced, informative and entertaining, and if it can help straighten out a kid before he gets nailed for something stupid, so be it. Better to have this video talk some sense into them than have to system do it. However, there are some shortcomings.

The author/producer is a former cop with tons of experience busting dopers on the Texas highways. This in and of itself puts a unique perspective on the subject matter and is much more practical than well meaning but limited info put out by the ACLU. The lawyers at the ACLU might know what rights you have, but if that's all you know it won't be enough - you need street smarts. In fact, a lot of young kids probably get into deeper trouble using the smart-alec Alan Dershowitz approach.

Cooper explains what a cop does before during and after a search as well what he looks for when deciding to pull a car over. Unfortunately not all police officers operate with the same mission that Cooper had when he was a counter drug cop. He focused primarily on a stretch of highway known for drug trafficking and developed profiles that might not raise red flags with other police agencies in different situations. Reasonable suspicion for him might not be suspicious at all to another cop in another place.

He also contradicts himself in one part of the video where he suggests that if you are pulled over and really do have dope in your car, that you let the officer search. The rationale here is that the cop won't do a full on search of every crevice looking for dope if you come clean up front. Hoping the cop doesn't find your dope is not a smart gamble.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Cowboy Bebop on July 7, 2008
Format: DVD
After watching both dvd's Busted and Never Get Busted Again, I would have to say that Busted is better.

The consent to search that Barry advises seems wrong. Again you don't know how well the police will search. In Barry's own police video's he kept poking and talking to the suspects until he found something he could use to arrest them. So it makes no sense to agree to a search and then play the conversation game with police in which you dig yourself into a deeper legal hole. It's against the law to lie to police so if you stop answering questions by saying "I'm going to remain silent, I'd like to see my attorney" then your consent to a search was for nothing. I didn't like the false positive that the drug dogs can give but maybe the dogs won't be available or is there a time limit that police can hold you before they need to let you go? The Busted dvd mock police threatened to use the dogs but after 10 minutes of waiting the mock police gave a speeding ticket and let them go.
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