somethings kinda fishy with his story (although wouldn't be surprised if it did happen)
Look at the follow-up tweets.
He also claims the cop immediately left when Rodriguez asked for his badge number. So a cop went from brutalizing and pointing a gun at a driver, to leaving the scene, just because the person he stopped asked for his badge number? Shit, why didn't Rodney King think of that?
Rodriguez also states that seeing the name "Jesus Rodriguez" on the license caused the cop to switch gears. I have no idea what that means. Is he saying the cop is such a big wrestling fan, he recognizes the real names of guys who used to be in WWE (but doesn't recognize their faces)?
Several people have asked him exactly where this happened. Rodriguez is silent on the issue.
He also said "they let me go the moment I told them I was filming them." Well, which is it? Did asking for the badge number make them leave, or was it telling them you were filming them, or was it the name on your license?
I think he deleted some of his response because while the part were he says he video taped no longer shows but people reference it