A San Bernardino, California police officer piloting a helicopter was caught on video (below) circling a woman named Tiffany Jones in the desert, landing and interrogating her for no apparent reason.
According to InfoWars.com, the video shows the police helicopter circling Jones several times as she films.
After the helicopter then lands, a police officer approaches Jones and asks her what she is doing.
“Just exploring and picking up rocks,” Jones replies.
The police officer then demands her ID, which Jones doesn't have on her.
The police officer, without probable cause, takes her name and date of birth to perform a criminal background check.
The police officer then asks Jones if she has any weapons and says: “Don’t put your hands in your pockets.”
“I know you’re doing your job, but I don’t consent to a search," states Jones.
After searching Jones, performing background checks and interrogating her, the police officer walks back to his helicopter.
The incident took place on January 24, before the shootings that led to the manhunt for Christopher Dorner.
Ironically, the city of San Bernadino has claimed it's going broke, but can somehow afford $2,000 dollars an hour to fuel a police helicopter to question unarmed women in the middle of the desert.