Mike Arman was bothering no one on the afternoon of October 28, 2013 when Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson showed up to his home uninvited. Wilson later said his reason for the intrusion was that he noticed there were unused vehicles on Arman’s property. When Arman, for his own safety, began to film the interaction on his cell phone, Darren Wilson responded by threatening Arman. In Wilson’s words, “If you wanna take a picture of me one more time, I’m gonna lock your ass up.” “Do I not have the right to record?” asked Arman, knowing full well it is perfectly legal to record police, especially when the officer is standing on a citizen’s own property. But Wilson responded, “No, you don’t.” The brief encounter ended with Mike Arman being arrested by a cop who has no respect for the lives of those he allegedly is supposed to protect. Less than 10 months later, Wilson would gun down unarmed teenager Michael Brown in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.