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Comedian Drew Carey on the Nanny State

Comedian Drew Carey on the Nanny State

http://youtube.com/watch?v=JlAkUjNIK-g

 



Austin wants officers to stick needles in drunk drivers

Austin wants officers to stick needles in drunk drivers

KXAN
July 1, 2008

AUSTIN, Texas – Austin’s police chief has a new idea to draw your blood if you refuse a Breathalyzer test.

Austin Police Department Chief Art Acevedo is hoping to start the program this year with a federal grant. It would train his DWI officers to take you to jail and get a search warrant for your blood.

“My intent in the future is to make it so there is no such thing as a refusal. You can refuse all you want, but we are going to aggressively seek search warrants,” said Acevedo.

The search warrant would give an officer the right to stick a needle in your arm to get a blood alcohol level, replacing the job of a jail nurse.

“It’s about saving money for the taxpayer. If I have an officer that’s already involved in a case, they’re already going to be going to court. Come to find out, the defense attorneys around here are telling people not to give them a test,” said Acevedo.

“Folks that are exercising their right shouldn’t be afraid, that by doing so, ’Bubba Police Officer’ may stick them in the arm,” said Austin DWI attorney Ken Gibson. Police officers shouldn’t play nurse as well. he added.

“The officer’s going to have a liability if they don’t do it right. The city’s going to have a liability if they don’t do it right. Police officers don’t want to be out sticking needles in people,” said Gibson.

“If I could snap my fingers tomorrow and say, ’Hey, give me four to five nurses on my staff,’ I’d be more than happy to do it, but that’s not going to work,” said Acevedo. Instead, Acevedo said he’s got a whole fleet of officers ready to train.

“Probably as many as I can get the federal government to train for me,” Acevedo said.

Austin Police Association President George Vanderhule learned about the proposal Monday from KXAN Austin News. He said he did not want to comment on behalf of his officers until he spoke with Acevedo.

Acevedo said he would not ask for taxpayer money in Austin but at the federal level. He’s hoping to start the program by the end of this year.

 

DNC protests will be behind fence

Denver Post
June 30, 2008


The fence around the public demonstration zone outside the Democratic National Convention will be chicken wire or chain link, authorities revealed in U.S. District Court today.

That may allow protestors to be seen and heard by delegates going in and out of the Pepsi Center during the convention.

But the American Civil Liberties Union and several advocacy groups have filed an amended complaint to their lawsuit against the U.S. Secret Service and the city and county of Denver that says protestors and demonstrators may have their First Amendment rights violated by security restrictions.

The ACLU has said it wants to avoid the conditions that existed during the 2004 convention in Boston, where protesters were caged, infuriating First Amendment advocates.

Read Full Article Here

Anger at extra police powers for Papal tour
http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,23951515-5016937,00.html

“And Leave the Laptop with Us”
http://www.ohmproject.org/..k=view&id=69&Itemid=1

Atlanta Police stalk Critical Mass
http://www.ireport.com/docs/DOC-40338

Taser use could put police under fire
http://www.thestar.com/News/Canada/article/451010

Mandatory In-Car Breathalyzers Coming
http://www.motorists…in-car-breathalyzers-coming/

Roadside Blood & Urine Testing In Canada
http://www.canada.com/..=74d88f4a-64ef-4999-8845-40d1f1cd3058

Policeman Charged After Woman Body Slammed
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/2008062..t=AjaJlCiygpEHvPX9ZkyyZflH2ocA

Man Accused Of Killing Pr. George’s Officer Dies
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/c..tml?referrer=emailarticle#

Police Used “Agents Provocateurs” At UK Bush Protests
http://www.infowars.net/articles/june2008/260608Provocateurs.htm

 



Mandatory In-Car Breathalyzers Coming

Mandatory In-Car Breathalyzers Coming

Eric Peters
Motorists.org
June 25, 2008

If you’re not a convicted drunk driver, should you still be required to have an in-car breathalyzer fitted (at your expense, ‘natch) to your next new vehicle?

Apparently, some automakers — including GM and Toyota — think so. They and a few others are working together under the auspices of something called the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety, which is a $10 million federal “research program” that is trying to develop just such technology for mass introduction a few years from now.

At the moment, the only people who have to deal with (and pay for) in-car Breathalyzers are convicted drunks; the devices are basically ignition locks that prevent the vehicle’s engine from being started until the would-be driver blows into the tube and the system determines he’s not liquored up.

But by 2012 or so, in-car breath sniffers could be standard equipment in every new vehicle sold, force-fed to you by the tag team of Washington, Detroit and, of course, the ever-busy Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).

No conviction necessary.

Advocates say the technology under development would be “less intrusive.” Instead of making the driver blow into a little tube like they make you do at those roadside “sobriety checkpoints,” a system of passive alcohol sensors would be fitted to the car that could take a Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) reading via a person’s skin — as when your hand touches the shifter or steering wheel. This “quiet” approach is supposed to make us feel better about being pre-convicted and treated like known and duly processed irresponsible drunks every single time we get behind the wheel of a car.

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Roadside Blood & Urine Testing In Canada

Montreal Gazette
June 25, 2008

Drivers who get behind the wheel while high on drugs will face roadside testing and they could be ordered to surrender urine, blood or saliva samples at the police station under a controversial new law that takes effect one week from today.

Drivers who refuse to comply will be subject to a minimum $1,000 fine – the same penalty for refusing the breathalyzer.

Police will be given their new powers to nab drug-impaired drivers after almost five years of intense debate in Parliament.

The law, passed this year after three failed attempts, has been lauded by law enforcement and other groups who say drug-impaired drivers are escaping unpunished at a time when their numbers are climbing.

“Love it,” said Gregg Thomson, a father from Kanata, Ont., who predicted yesterday the new testing will deter people from driving under the influence of drugs, just as the breathalyzer test produced a drop in drunk driving.

Thomson has been lobbying for a new law since 1999, when his son, Stan, and four of his high school friends were killed when a 17-year-old who had been smoking marijuana attempted a highway pass that led to a pileup.

The crash became a catalyst for the group Mothers Against Drunk Driving to start pushing for changes to the Criminal Code, which outlaws drug-impaired driving, but until now has not included measures that allow police to order a battery of tests.

The new law, however, has sparked warnings about potential court battles from critics who contend demanding bodily fluids is overly intrusive and scientifically unreliable in detecting drug impairment.

“This is going to be challenged left and right,” predicted Murray Mollard, executive director of the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association.

Beginning next Wednesday, drivers suspected of being high will be required to perform physical tests at the side of the road, such as walking a straight line. If they fail, they will be sent to the police station for further testing by a trained “drug recognition expert” and then be forced to give blood, urine, or saliva samples if they flunk the second test as well.

Critics say while there is a measurable link between blood alcohol levels and driving ability, research is lacking to equate drug quantity and impairment.

Another potential problem in testing bodily fluids is that they can detect marijuana smoked several days or months earlier and the effect has worn off.

“This kind of testing doesn’t test for impairment, it tests for past use of a substance and we know with certain substances they stay for a long time,” Mollard said.

 

California Will Try To Ban Driving With Cell Phones

AP
June 26, 2008

Next week California will try to wrest cell phones from the hands of drivers, telling everyone from movie starlets and dot-com millionaires to surfers and soccer moms that conversations behind the wheel must be on a headset.

Several U.S. states and some two dozen countries around the world already have restrictions on mobile phones while driving but now such a law has come to California — where the car is king and much of life is spent on the famously snarled freeways.

Californians interviewed by Reuters mostly supported the law requiring hands-free phones in cars and outlawing cell phones entirely for drivers under 18, which takes effect on Tuesday — though they were puzzled by a loophole that allows seemingly more dangerous text messaging.

Others cast a jaundiced eye on lawmakers, who they blame for failing to build more freeways or public transportation in the face of increasingly gridlocked roads in the nation’s most populous state and say hands-free conversations are no safer.

“I can’t believe that (Californians) will put up with all these nanny, nit-picking laws,” KFI-AM radio talk-show host John Kobylt told Reuters.

“It’s stupid because we’ve gone over about seven different studies and each one of them says it’s the conversation that distracts you, not holding the phone,” he said.

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“I Think I’m Being Watched” posters in London Underground
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Seizing Laptops and Cameras Without Cause
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British use anti-terror cameras to spy on litterbugs
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Artificially Intelligent CCTV Cameras
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Surveillance Cameras To Be Installed Throughout City
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Is Britain Turning Into A Dictatorship?
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Justice Department’s interim report into deaths points to need for strict limits on use of Tasers
Overzealous drug war claims another casualty
Boca Raton Proposes City-Wide Surveillance System
Real Time Crime Detection Cameras
The Bush administration now wants to watch you from the sky

 



Indianapolis Man Dies After Police Tasering

Indianapolis Man Dies After Police Tasering

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxSMQ4xlRcM

DHS Plans Raytheon Ray Guns At Airports
http://www.truthnews.us/?p=2139

Pentagon Plans Expansion Of Special Forces
http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/2387

US today: ’It’s kind of like not being in America’
http://www.wusa9.com/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=70207

Take pictures, get busted for “terrorism”
http://www.dailyrecord.com/apps/p..4010327/1344/NEWS14

 



Freedom to Film New York Buildings Limited

Freedom to Film New York Buildings Limited

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQSp_roBaQo

London cops declare war on photography
http://www.boingboing.net/2008/03/04/london-cops-declare.html

Fox Cameraman Kicked Off Public Property
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvIjuh7F_tc

OAP terrorists? Pensioner and his wheelchair-bound wife stopped by security guards for taking a photo in a shopping mall
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/a..id=527991&in_page_id=1770

 



Street Photography Now Illegal In United Kingdom

Street Photography Now Illegal In United Kingdom

Kurt Nimmo
TruthNews
December 20, 2007

In Merry Old England, it is now illegal to take photographs. If you do so in public, the cops will consider you an active member of al-Qaeda.

 

“Police have seized films from an amateur photographer, accusing him of obtaining photographs of possibly sensitive material in Hull city centre,” reports Amateur Photographer. “Photo enthusiast Steve Carroll… said that the officers objected to him photographing ‘sensitive buildings’, one later adding that people had been anxious about his use of the camera.”

In other words, it is now illegal in Britain to be a street photographer and if you are caught in the process the cops will grab your film, sort of like they did in the Soviet Union.

Read Full Article Here

Chicago Tourists and Photographers Now Considered al-Qaeda

Kurt Nimmo
TruthNews
December 20, 2007

In Chicago, tourists consulting maps and those with cameras are now to be considered to be with al-Qaeda.

Chicago’s “Bureau of Strategic Deployment” has issued an “awareness bulletin” advising snitches to turn in people using binoculars, cameras, and maps to the Deployment Operation Center, apparently part and parcel of the Ministry of Homeland Security. “See Something, Say Something, Call 911,” posters demand of the citizenry.


As well, if you are in the wrong place at the wrong time — workplaces, business establishments, or key facilities — you will be considered a homegrown terrorist. If caught by snoops “mapping out routes, playing out scenarios” or “timing traffic lights,” you will be denounced. If your neighbors or family catch you “stockpiling suspicious materials or abandoning potential containers for explosives,” described as “vehicles, suitcases,” they are instructed to call 911 and turn you in.

See the poster on the City of Chicago’s website.

“If terrorists do their dirty work by spreading, well, terror, what should we call public servants who promote fear and unhinged suspicions by telling the public to report note takers, binoculars users, camera enthusiasts, map owners, and motorists who time traffic lights?” writes blogger Nobody’s Business.

Call them what they are… minions and factotums for the emerging fascist state.

As suspected, a simple Google search reveals that Chicago’s Bureau of Strategic Deployment is involved with the Ministry of Homeland Security.

 



Fox News Goons: We Decide Whats The Law!!!
September 17, 2007, 3:47 am
Filed under: 1st amendment, 9/11, Camera Ban, Fox News, New York, Police State, Propaganda

Fox News Goons: We Decide Whats The Law!!!
While filming the headquaters of Fox News in New York City on September 10th, 2001. Fox News Reich Security tells me I can’t film above the logo. When I ask the law, he called the NYPD.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voVnRFF7QAM