Eve Black was so stupid when she refused to tell the Melbourne police where she was going at the checkpoint
A driver has been labeled ‘stupid and disrespectful’ after footage of her refusal to tell the police where she was going at a checkpoint in Melbourne surfaced.
Melbourne’s Eve Black shared images of herself as she passed an officer at a COVID-19 police barricade on Thursday.
When a police officer asked her where she was going and why she was trying to leave, Ms. Black simply told him not to share that information.
The frustrated officer finally waved her off as she walked away with a grin on her face.
Dr. Norman Swan, who presents the ABC Radio National health report, unleashed on the driver and adding that she will not smile when she ends up in the hospital.
Melbourne’s Eve Black shared images of herself as she passed an officer at a COVID-19 police barricade on Thursday
“It pisses me to see that, it’s stupid and disrespectful,” he said on The Today Show on Friday morning.
“In the end, she says she’s feeling fine. Well, she doesn’t feel very well at ICU. ‘
Mr Swan said that 99 percent of Australians followed the rules, but some refused to protect their own safety.
“Some people don’t get it, and some people think they’re on some weird television show,” he said.
“But they play with people’s lives. Such people should have the book thrown at them. ‘
ALP National President Wayne Swan (pictured) said Ms. Black was endangering everyone’s lives for acting so ‘stupid and disrespectful’
Chris Smith of 2GB Radio also weighed in on the video, speculating that Ms. Black would not have been tested for the deadly virus yet.
“These laws are not only there to protect the vulnerable or those with pre-existing conditions, but people like her, how stupid must she be to not understand that?” he said.
And by becoming a self-proclaimed reality television star, she is encouraging others to spread the virus to other areas where we need to start tracking and try to stop another spread of the virus.
“We want to get over this. Doesn’t she understand that we want to mitigate all this to continue our normal lives? ‘
In the viral video, Ms. Black asks the agent if she has “disturbed peace” by trying to leave her suburb.
“No,” replied the officer. “I just asked what is your reason for leaving today.”
Mrs. Black replied, “I don’t need to tell you that. I do not know you. ‘
Initially, the officer insisted. “Where are you from,” he asked again.
When a police officer asked her where she was going and why she was trying to leave, Ms. Black simply told him not to share that information
“I don’t have to answer your questions. Have I committed a crime? Have I committed a crime? she asked twice.
Instead of answering her question, the officer waved Mrs. Black through the checkpoint.
“Keep going,” he said, passing her and her passenger past.
Ms. Black admitted she was “nervous” as she approached the checkpoint, but encouraged her friends and family to “know their rights” during the shutdown.
“I just read from the magazine and he clearly saw that it was not worth it,” she explained.
COVID-19 checkpoints have been set up in and around Victoria to control the spread of the virus
COVID-19 checkpoints have been set up in and around Victoria to control the spread of the virus. Mr Bartolo argued that they would not be legal and that there was no consultation with the people before they were established
The magazine in question explained the exact phrases that people trying to get out of the lockdown should use when stopped by agents.
The video is one of many circulating on social media, where drivers encourage people to challenge the lockdowns imposed to counter the spread of COVID-19.
A Victorian driver arrested at a stationary checkpoint argued with police about the legality of the operation for 20 minutes before claiming that COVID-19 was not contagious and refused to transfer his license.
James Bartolo shared images on Facebook of the altercation on Sunday after he was parked in an unregistered Mustang at a routine checkpoint while traveling.
He refused to hand over his driver’s license – which the police later discovered was suspended – and eventually told the officers that he had wrongfully persuaded him by following “ dopey Dan’s false laws, ” referring to Victorian Prime Minister Daniel Andrews.
Mr. Bartolo (photo) revealed that he did not believe coronavirus was contagious and claimed it was a hoax
Mr. Bartolo revealed that he did not believe the coronavirus was contagious and said it was a hoax.
The deadly respiratory infection has killed 109 Australians – and at least 571,000 worldwide – and Victoria is currently struggling with a second outbreak.
Mr. Andrews ordered the metropolis of Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire back in a second block in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus.
“Who agreed to that?” Mr. Bartolo asked the agents when they tried to explain what they were doing. “Go and arrest your Masons and rogue leaders.”
“Rather do your own work than bother innocent people like me. No longer be ashamed of society, “he said.
The leader of the ‘Conscious Truth Network’ told police they were encouraged to set up checkpoints under ‘false accusations’ of national leaders in an extraordinary 20-minute debate
Barricades have been installed in some streets of Coolangatta to prevent people from crossing the Queensland-NSW border without proper controls
“You wrongfully convinced me and started to claim … that I did something wrong. I am not the one who walks around with weapons and harasses and persuades people according to dopey Dan’s false law. ‘
Mr. Bartolo continued to rave about the officers’ role in facilitating the COVID-19 closure in Victoria.
“Do you know the virus isn’t really contagious?” he asked. “That has been scientifically proven.
“This whole COVID-19 is a big hoax. It’s a scam. “
Frustration between the two sides intensified when another police officer joined the discussion and ordered Mr Bartolo to pull over to let other cars behind him.
After further discussions, the officer admitted.
The cop explained to Mr Bartolo that he would be charged with further crimes related to hindering an officer from performing his job, but then allowed him to leave.
There are nine vehicle checkpoints across the city and in the Mitchell Shire areas, as well as mobile patrols.
The police ensure that people only leave their home for food, exercise, work or study or medical care.
Those violating orders will be fined $ 1,652, with 262 violations pronounced at checkpoints since July 8.
Prime Minister Daniel Andrews stated that Victoria is in a state of emergency.
This gives the state’s Chief Health Officer the authority to enforce restrictions, such as on movement and wearing a mask.