Repost Undercover Cop's Public Facebook Photo, Get Charged With FelonyChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 16, 2012
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Police relish posting tax-slaves photographs all over the internet when they're booked over some petty crime, yet when a tax-slave dares repost a
Carlos Miller reports:
A Texas woman who came across a Facebook photo of an undercover cop was arrested after she posted the photo on her own Facebook page.Hopefully, in accordance with the Streisand Effect, this act of censorship and intimidation will backfire and the cop's photo will be spread far and wide.
As Carlos pointed out, there is nothing criminal about what these two did beyond possible "copyright infringement." The cops on the other hand are running a criminal racket involving extortion, theft, murder, and outright terrorism. They have the guns and they make the rules though, so it's all A-OK.
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