Though social media do-gooders (including fake soldiers) would have us believe that the felon was begging the Governor, anyone who watched the viral video of the arrest saw what looked more like arrogance. In fact his “Oga, I’m a soldier o’ information sounded more like a threat, than appeal. He was literally dragged into one of the vehicles in the Governor’s convoy, as he appeared to put up some sort of resistance.
It sounded like a conviction that he is indeed above the law. Or, at least, some form of a magic wand that was supposed to get the law to bend to his whims.
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