Dreaming of the End of RCMP E Division
The troubled E Division of the RCMP is facing the threat of no longer having…
In a challenge against the commonly held beliefs that you can’t video agents in public places and you need to show ID to fly in the US this fellow was victorious.
Not only did he win but he got on the record point blank answers to some powerful questions that the government doesn’t want you to have.
You do have rights. Unfortunately, claiming them and defending them can leave you exhausted and lighter in the wallet when ignorant “official” power trippers call the police when you exercise your rights, instead of recognizing you are right, not to mention a equally ignorant police officer shows up and arrests you instead of straightening out the TSA agent.
Why can’t “they” just obey the law and respect the person who cares enough about their right to first know them and second claim them? Because “they” know only what they are told, think they can do anything and who knows what else….
What did this fellow uncover during his trial that was good news for anyone wanting to get confirmation of their rights still being intact?:
Uncontested TSA and police testimony at the trial established, among other things, three important points:
Watch the videos and read more here….
Oh yes and TSA even has a form for people to fill out if they don’t have ID with them (some updates have been made to this version):
The right to video police is a hot topic and has proven to be the decisive factor in many instances of police brutality being properly investigated.
Here’s another video on the topic showing the continuing need to video police and the gross injustices private citizens face for exercising their right to video versus the punishment for police caught red handed on video in obvious criminal activity.
Do you think “they” really don’t want their criminal behaviour recorded?