Thursday, June 3, 2010

Police Continue to Advocate For Police State and Oppose Constitutional Rights

Massachussets State Police object to audio recording that resulted in a Trooper being disciplined for parking his crusier in a handicapped parking place and then threating the use of force when he was confronted for his unlawful behavior.

"He parked his cruiser in a handicapped spot while he placed his order inside a Dunkin Donuts in Framingham.

Harold Wolfe snapped some pictures, pulled out a recorder and asked Trooper Brown why he was breaking the law.

Wolfe says the trooper began yelling at him and threatened to place him under arrest.

What makes this story even more troubling is that there are 58 regular parking spot in the parking lot. "

Excuse me? What makes this story more troubling is the threat of arrest for complaining about a civil rights violation!!!

There are 12 states that require consent before sound recording can be made.

New Hampshire

I am not really sure about videos w/o sound.

However, here in MA and other states, INNOCENT people have been arrested for videotaping and recording POLICE MISCONDUCT.

Folks forget how the Democratic Republic of Germany was taken over by the Nazis. The way it went down was civil liberties were gradually replaced by Secret Police.

No comments:

Post a Comment