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Archived News Wednesday July 31st, 2013
Man 'Tests' Whether Florida Deputies Will Uphold His Right To Film -- They Fail Miserably posted 07/31/2013, 2:31 AM (InformationLiberation)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]

In this video out of Macclenny, Florida a man "testing" how much respect the local Baker County sheriff’s have for the first amendment took his camera to their HQ and began to casually film. Two sheriff's deputies are seen immediately showing up to greet him, but rather than ask how they can "serve" him, they choose instead to harass him and treat him as a potential criminal, possibly someone plotting a jailbreak.

Despite not having any actually reasonable "reasonable suspicion," they first illegally detain him and second illegally searching him. A bevy of officers are seen gathering around to support their fellow deputies in their harassment, and note, not one of them is a "good cop" who steps in to point out their demands are ridiculous and the deputies should stop with the harassment, instead they all turn a blind eye.

One of the many deputies to show up apparently sees a shiny object in his pocket, and he whispers to another deputy who then goes to search him. The man informs the deputy he doesn't consent to any searches.

"It doesn't matter if you don't consent," the sheriff's deputy tells him (in effect, summing up his entire job in a single sentence).

He "suspects" him of having a weapon, so he can do whatever he likes.

Theoretically, cops are supposed to have to have "reasonable suspicion" to search someone and/or detain them, merely filming a sheriff's department from a public street is hardly reason to suspect criminal activity, nonetheless "law enforcement officers" don't follow the law, and judges almost never hold them to it, so like the deputy said, your desire to not be violated "doesn't matter."

The deputy shoves his hand into the man's pocket without his consent... and pulls out a flashlight.

America is s
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NH Police View Peaceful Libertarian and Occupy Activists as Terrorists posted 07/31/2013, 2:31 AM (Activist Post)
[Category: Tyranny/Police State]
Police in Concord, New Hampshire have applied for a grant to acquire a $258,000 armored vehicle from the DHS to combat domestic terrorism.

According to their application, they cited "active threats" from domestic "terror" groups like Free State Project and Occupy New Hampshire as the primary reason for requiring this military equipment.

New Hampshire's Union Leader newspaper
Journalist Kevin Gosztola of explains today's verdict in the Bradley Manning case along with his thoughts on the trial. Gosztola talks about the chilling effect that this trial will have on future 'would-be' whistleblowers in government and military as well as public opinion to Bradley Manning and other whistleblowers such as Edward Snowden.

The Truth About Bradley Manning posted 07/31/2013, 2:31 AM (YouTube)
[Category: Commentary]

Stefan Molyneux breaks down the truth about the Bradley Manning trial and situation.

This video was recorded prior to the verdict.

Why Not Just Abolish the NSA? posted 07/31/2013, 2:30 AM (Jacob G. Hornberger)
[Category: Commentary]
Notice that all the public discussion about the NSA's super-secret, massive surveillance scheme assumes that the NSA has become a permanent part of American life. The debate revolves around what restrictions, if any, should be placed on the NSA's authority to spy on people.

But the real question that Americans should be debating is: Why not simply abolish the NSA?

The NSA was brought into existence as part of the national-security state apparatus that was engrafted
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Georgia Claims Its Annotated Laws Are Covered By Copyright, Threatens Carl Malamud For Publishing The Law posted 07/31/2013, 2:28 AM (Techdirt)
[Category: Big Brother/Orwellian]
You may recall a few years back that the state of Oregon claimed that its laws were covered by copyright and threatened to sue people who posted them online. Yes. Its laws. Other states have done the same at times, and each time they get mocked mercilessly for the plain ridiculousness of trying to use copyright law to stop people from publishing the laws of the state.

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