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RidleyReport

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NH: State troopers seize liberty activist's camera
« on: June 26, 2013, 08:45:12 pm »

Sponsor: http://LSFund.org - Keene videographer Garret Ean says he's been hit with wiretapping accusations and had his camera impounded. This apparently happened close to the Keene Activity (Activities?) Center.  He says the wiretapping accusations stem from him allegedly remembering and reporting a conversation with a bureaucrat too accurately! 

Apparently the video of the troopers' attack did not escape and is in their hands.   

Details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkKukxINxG8

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Re: NH: State troopers seize liberty activist's camera
« Reply #1 on: June 26, 2013, 09:14:58 pm »

Couple thoughts on this...  Garret was reaching out to the bureaucrat to try and reach a mutually beneficial agreement regarding the Robin Hood conflict.  So this is the case you point to now when explaining why you don't reach out to bureaucrats.  If you don't. 

Seems like a reminder that going into the bureaucrats' offices voluntarily, in a context where you "can't record," is not a helpful use of time.  I was already thinking this while watching Garret's blog a couple weeks ago but didn't get around to saying anything.  Also I'm wondering why Garret didn't yell for help if his camera was being seized?  Was he within earshot of the KAC?  I lerned this from the guy who filmed the initial Waco raid in 1994, then saved the life of a Fed agent, then was assaulted by Feds and had to yell for help:  Males do not naturally yell for help so you have to train yourself to do it.  That guy's dead now but we can learn from him.

Lastly did Garret take notes?  It is pretty easy to remember the gist of everything said if notes are taken, so that would be evidence in his defense.  Also is a bureaucrat's office not a public place?
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Re: NH: State troopers seize liberty activist's camera
« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2013, 09:24:39 am »

I think this stresses the importance of us (the people, responsible for keeping the government in check) upgrading our recording equipment.


If we use network enabled recorders that upload the recording as it is made, then it can't be 'taken' - only the physical device can.


For the less technical or those without smart phones or similar devices... There ought to be a number that you can call and it will automatically record the call.


I assume things like this exist... There is a need. But I am not familiar with any in particular.
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