Repeatedly in the video above, you can hear cannabis-legalization activist Neil Magnuson declare that he's not resisting arrest.
But that didn't stop Vancouver police officers from roughly handcuffing him and dragging him away for allegedly selling marijuana on Canada Day outside the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Another man arrested at the 20th annual "Cannabis Day" celebration, Bert Easterbrook, received a certificate of merit by former Vancouver police chief Jim Chu in 2013.
That was for stopping Stanley Cup rioters from overturning a truck in 2011.
But when Easterbrook objected to police treatment of Magnusen, he was charged with obstruction of justice.
In response, Easterbrook burned his chief's commendation certificate in a bucket outside Vancouver City Hall.