Did you deliberately reinserting a clause that I explicitly said wasn't appropriate earlier? There is a world of difference between observing/acting, and stalking/harassment.I think you would find if citizens began following police around and interfering with every arrest they thought was illegal the legislature would take a second look at this law.
Authority to execute the law is also vested in the hands of the citizens. Please reference:Authority to execute the law is vested in the executive branch of government and yes, LEO's are vested with the authority to execute that law. They are called Law Enforcement Officers for a reason as the premise is the state has vested them with the authority to faithfully execute the laws as written.
We have that authority. It is vested in OCGA Â§ 17-4-60You or I could not pull someone over for speeding (i.e. breaking the law) without that authority
But we can haul them before the judge and ask that they be charged. See OCGA Â§ 17-4-61. And the latter part I believe you just made up.nor could we make the determination whether to write a ticket or a verbal warning.In fact in many states that would be considered impersonating a LEO and illegal.
You may as well have. You argued that we have no authority (and should not have the authority) to prevent them from engaging in an illegal act.1. LEO's can write their own law
2. LEO's can act in a manner inconsistent with the law
Not if their actions are unlawful. See OCGA Â§ 16-10-24Is interfering with a police officer a crime in GA?
I have many times, as have others here. If you choose not to believe us, you can check the law itself which states it plainly.If you think this is wrong show me where