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Article posted Jan 22 2011, 9:58 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: WTSP.com 10 News Print

Tarpon Springs Police arrest a college student taping police activities as part of a group called "Cop Watch"

by Mike Deeson | WTSP.com

It's called "Cop Watching," where people tape police officers as they make stops and arrests. Tommy Frane says it's not that people who do the taping are against police officers, but they want to hold them accountable, like they do all public officials.

But when Frane and his friend, William Kilgore, did it Saturday night, Kilgore landed in jail. Frane says it is something you hear about in fascist countries and China, where people can't look at their public servants or hold them accountable.

The trouble began when Kilgore taped Tarpon Springs police officers arresting someone who had a controlled substance in his car. The two say an officer walked up and said the tape was evidence. Kilgore says he was told he two options: either surrender the tape or go to jail.



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rbthorne

Posted: Jan 22 2011, 8:38 PM

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just as long as police officers are caught on camera committing crimes against the people, then they will be held accountable at our Nuremberg Trials, the "Washington Trials", to be held in Washington, D.C. in the next few years. There is absolutely no question that trials of this nature will be held in the U.S. within the next few years, mostly against high level criminals (as at Nuremberg). The most important thing is that all the photographic, video, and audio evidence be there, as well as video, audio, and written statements-testimonies of people who have witnessed crimes; these will have greater impact than written statements which can be, and frequently are, altered-falsified. For anybody who saw the movie, "JFK", they will remember that it was a corrupt judge who suppressed the evidence that Clay Shaw had an alias. As Jim Garrison (Kevin Costner) said, "That's my whole case!", but the lying-perjuring judge still suppressed the evidence. Years later this judge weasled out of it by saying, "The whole thing was an error" or something like that. What he failed to mention is that he was the guilty one, and should have been held accountable. The 9/11 Commission squirmed out of the fact that they had been the ones who lied by saying, "We failed you", and the whole thing was "one big error", etc. The fact is that it was all one Big Lie, and they are the ones who need to be held accountable in the future. People need to realize that some Federal Judges are the worst felons in the country, and perpetrate the biggest crimes of all; many of these felons are on the U.S. Supreme Court. It was the same way in Nazi Germany, with the bad leadershit and corrupt judges, but they were held accountable at Nuremberg. Not enough of them were held accountable at Nuremberg, but we cannot allow this to happen here in the U.S.
All judges, federal and otherwise, need to be videoed taking an oath that they "will allow the truth, the full truth, and nothing but the truth, to come out in (their) court". They need to be videoed taking this oath, with their hands on a Bible, and they need to read the penalties that they will suffer if they violate it.
The people are held accountable for perjury; why shouldn't judges be held accountable for perjury, suborning of perjury, treason, misprision of treason, and many of the other capitol offenses that the Nuremberg judges were held accountable for?? The worst criminals in this country are those in high positions; it's usually this way in most countries. These criminals are the ones that need to be held fully accountable if this world is to get straightened out.
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 23 2011, 4:07 AM

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24242 Well stated indeed. We all may well hope to see the day of reckoning coming soon, though justice often comes slowly.
Anonymous

Posted: Jan 23 2011, 11:18 AM

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216228 "We arrest the petty criminals and appoint the great ones to high office." ~Aesop
NotAnAtheist

Posted: Jan 25 2011, 6:07 AM

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6659 "They need to be videoed taking this oath, with their hands on a Bible, and they need to read the penalties that they will suffer if they violate it." ~ rbthorne

I'm curious rbthorne, what if the witness is Isamic (1.5 billion), or Secular/Nonreligious/Agnostic/Atheist (1.1 billion), or an adherent of Buddhism (376 million), or...well, you get the picture. What would putting a hand on the Bible mean to any of these nearly 3 billion people? In fact, what does it REALLY mean to even most people who call themselves Christian?

Really, all that is need is "to be videoed taking this oath, and reading the penalties that they will suffer if they violate it".


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