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New video of Raptor 13 shows him confronting a tradie while searching his car for drugs 

New video shows Raptor 13 – the anti-bikie cop famous for his no-nonsense style – locked in heated stand off with a tradesman while searching his van for drugs

  • The police officer, Andrew Murphy, initially searches the tradie’s van for defects 
  • The two men filming confront Murphy about his intentions for pulling them over 
  • The argument becomes heated after a man refuses to stay away from the van
  • Murphy raises his voice and puts his hand on the man’s chest for not complying
  • Before the video ends, Murphy tells the men he is searching the van for drugs 
  • Murphy has become famous over the past two years for his aggressive style

A new video of Raptor 13, the no-nonsense anti-bikie police officer, shows him locked in heated stand off with a tradesman while inspecting the man’s van.

The police officer, whose real name is Andrew Murphy, is seen in a heated argument with the driver which ends in Murphy stating he is going to search the van for drugs. 

The video starts when Murphy pulls over the driver and his passenger and tells them he is searching the van for defects. 

The police officer, real name Andrew Murphy, is seen in a heated argument with the driver which ends in Murphy stating he is going to search the van for drugs. The latest video begins after Murphy has pulled over the driver and his passenger and tells them he is searching the van for defects

He leans on the ground to search under the hood of the van.

The confrontation begins after Murphy notices one of the men is filming him.

Murphy tells the driver to put the phone down but the driver retorts by stating he is allowed to record in public. 

The driver tells Murphy the van is a 2018 model, but the police officer tells him that the vehicle is second hand.   

One of the men begins to move towards the van and Murphy tells him to move back. 

‘Stand over there. I have given you a direction. If you do not comply, it is an offence,’ Murphy says. 

‘I have every right to stand near my property,’ one of the men replies. 

The confrontation begins after Murphy notices one of the men is filming him. One of the men begins to move towards the van and Murphy tells him to move back. 'Stand over there. I have given you a direction. If you do not comply, it is an offence,' Murphy says

The confrontation begins after Murphy notices one of the men is filming him. One of the men begins to move towards the van and Murphy tells him to move back. ‘Stand over there. I have given you a direction. If you do not comply, it is an offence,’ Murphy says

The argument turns physical after Murphy raises his voice and puts his hand on the man’s chest. 

‘I also have a right to tell you to stand over there and stay away from me,’ Murphy yells after he puts his hand on the man. 

‘Don’t touch me,’ the man tells Murphy. 

Shortly before the video ends, Murphy tells the pair of men that he is no longer checking the vehicle for defects but is now searching for illicit substances. 

‘I am also searching the car for drugs, do you understand that?’ Murphy said.    

The argument turns physical after Murphy raises his voices and puts his hand on the man's chest. 'I also have a right to tell you to stand over there and stay away from me,' Murphy yells after he puts his hand on the man

The argument turns physical after Murphy raises his voices and puts his hand on the man’s chest. ‘I also have a right to tell you to stand over there and stay away from me,’ Murphy yells after he puts his hand on the man

Over the past two years, Andrew Murphy has caught attention for a series of incidents caught on camera by members of the public.

Included among them was a confrontation with a group of men travelling in limousines to slain Comanchero president Mick Hawi’s funeral.

Mr Murphy was seen drawing his taser and shouting ‘You’re going to get searched’ as tensions flared between the group of burly men.

He was praised on 2GB broadcaster Ray Hadley’s program for doing an ‘incredible job.’

Over the past two years, Andrew Murphy has caught attention for a series of incidents caught on camera by members of the public

Included among them was a confrontation with a group of men travelling in limousines to slain Comanchero president Mick Hawi's funeral

Over the past two years, Andrew Murphy has caught attention for a series of incidents caught on camera by members of the public. Included among them was a confrontation with a group of men travelling in limousines to slain Comanchero president Mick Hawi’s funeral

Mr Murphy has previously been seen on camera refusing to show a driver his speed radar, and holding a metal pole to a man’s head.

In another incident, he was filmed pushing away a motorcyclist wearing a Veterans Motorcycle Club vest during a tense roadside confrontation.

Controversial incidents posted on social media were found to have been within protocol, and police said there were ‘no issues’ with his behaviour. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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