Marcus A. Fair, 32, was sentenced to 3-6 months in an unrelated case today.
In the September incident, Buffalo Township police said Fair threatened his wife with a kitchen knife during a domestic dispute at their Jacks Mobile Home Park residence on Linda Drive. Fairs wife denied this in court.
In the real case that brought national attention, Fair was jailed and charged with Felony wiretapping after recording his traffic stop with the corrupt Buffalo Township Police.
ALL wiretapping charges were dismissed.
In the February 2017 incident, Buffalo Township police said he refused to stop audio recording his conversation with a police officer during a traffic stop regarding a susb on North Pike Road.
The officer, according to court records, told the man that he did not have permission to record her voice and repeatedly asked him to stop before taking the phone, turning off the recording, arresting Fair and having his car towed.
Police in NO WAY SHAPE OR FORM have the right to ask you to stop recording them during a traffic stop. It is fully legal to record the police when they pull you over, In fact I would recommend you to record the traffic stop when being pulled over.
Butler News spoke to Fair, Fair intends to pursue civil actions via an attorney against the Buffalo Township Police
Fair should be released from the jail today.