Cops arrest Kentucky man in traffic stop on drug charges for traces found on dollar bill

Phillip Hamm was on the road with a friend in Paducah, Kentucky, when he was pulled over by local police over a busted tail light. Instead of letting him go, the officer held Hamm for over an hour, during which time he forced Hamm to undergo a sobriety test, searched his person, and demanded access to his vehicle. When Hamm declined, the police brought over a canine unit and searched his car.

Despite finding nothing, officers tested dollar bills from Hamm’s wallet for methamphetamine and then arrested him on felony drug charges. Police Accountability Report examines the footage of Hamm’s arrest as an example of how police routinely abuse their power to manufacture the outcomes they want. Phillip Hamm himself also joins the show to speak on his ordeal.

therealnews Cops arrest Kentucky man in traffic stop on drug charges for traces found on dollar bill

There are drug traces on ALL MONEY, so ANYONE and EVERYONE can now be thrown into prison on felony drug charges. Good luck with getting any of your assets, bank accounts, car or house back. All will be seized and sold by the police.