Monday, September 24, 2018

3 results for 'nsa'

Blogger Receives Visit From Cops For Googling “Pressure Cookers”

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 2, 2013

...freedom of speech, when cops show up at "our doors" as a result of certain words and phrases that we "google?"

Where does the balance lie between our government's "protecting" our safety verses interfering with our freedoms? Does this make you feel safe as it may have been a terrorist or unsafe as we ALL KNOW now that even our Google searches are being spied on by Government agencies?

Sadly, it appears that we may have reached a point in technology, search and access to data, by law enforcement and other government agencies,to which there is no turning back.


Tags: usa, freedom, black, nsa, edward snowden, american dream is asleep, armed law enforcement, backpack, googling, michele catalano, muslin, north african, pressure cooker search on-li

Monterey Police Harassment of a Homeless Woman!

By Stan Lee, published on Jun 30, 2013

Monterey Police Officer John Olney pulled over a Homeless senior woman on September 19th, 2012 for "impeding traffic" in the middle of the night, when there was "no traffic". Claiming that she was in violation of "Vehicle Code 22400", while driving on Garden Road for going "too slow".

The code that she was cited for was for driving "too slow" on the Highway, not on a City Street, something that Officer John Olney should have known.

The Officer was even "caught lying" on the Police Videotape, stating that she was driving 18mph and as low as 6mph, when the Police Radar documented... (more)

Tags: fbi, news, homeless, police brutality, monterey police department, monterey aquarium, police harassment, snowden, nsa, top stories

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