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The Government’s War on Cameras – Utah Follows Texas in Criminalizing TSA Groping

May 28, 2011



The Government’s War on Cameras

An important part of the New World Order’s assault on personal liberties is the war against photography.  Even greater damage has been wrought in other European countries, especially Great Britain in this area of liberty.  The videography of police themselves and the power to obtain evidence against rogue officers, is being challenged by these public servants who are charged with the duty to protect and serve us.  The Constitution protects these rights under the 1st Amendment but Federal and local police agencies are using the “color of law,” intimidation or downright lying in an effort to strip we the people of this freedom.  Simultaneously, Big Brother is surveilling us at ever-increasing locations and using the fear of terrorism to conduct Stasi-esque spy activities just like the communists of former East Germany. 

They increase knowledge and surveillance of us while they decrease transparency of their own activities.  As the mainstream media continues to decline in its relevancy, a new breed of citizen journalists are rising up, with the aid of more ubiquitous camera technology, to provide legitimate news for the masses.  Regarding the freedom to use cameras, I suggest that we be friendly to officers, but take a stand not to relinquish the right to video or photograph (our) public buildings or government servants at work.  The fraudulent war on terror is also being used to limit our rights in this area, but court rulings have been moving in our favor.  A recent case in Colonial Heights, VA resulted in an award for false arrest in such an incident.  The power of the camera is immense and I suggest more of us use it.  It is a convincing witness that cuts through all lies and manipulations of the legal system.  Ultimately, it is you and I who must take a stand against tyranny because we will live under the tyranny we tolerate. 



Utah To Follow Texas Lead In TSA Grope-down Revolt

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Utah To Follow Texas Lead In TSA Grope down Revolt  050111TSA

Steve Watson
May 27, 2011

Utah looks likely to be the next state to follow the example set by Texas in attempting to make TSA grope downs a felony.

Rep. Carl Wimmer, R-Herriman has introduced a bill into the Utah House of Representatives that would ensure TSA agents would have to abide by the same Fourth Amendment limits that police do when performing searches on Americans.

“It is a work in progress,” Wimmer told the Utah Daily Herald. “What it would do right now is simply say TSA agents are not exempt from the requirement of reasonable suspicion or probable cause to pat down a citizen.”

Like the bill that was recently unanimously passed in the Texas House, Wimmer’s legislation would make it an offense to touch the private parts of the person on the receiving end of the pat-down.

As we reported yesterday, the man who was instrumental in working with the federal government to sabotage the Texas bill was Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, a former CIA agent and establishment insider considered to be the wealthiest man in Texas politics.

The bill stalled in the Texas Senate, after the Department of Justice sent a letter threatening to impose a no fly zone over Texas and shut down Texas airports. The warning was nothing short of a federal blockade and an act of financial terrorism.

Rep. Wimmer, a long time champion of states rights, told the Utah Daily Herald that it is untrue that the federal government has supremacy over the state of Texas in the matter.

“The absolute overbearing audacity of the federal government in threatening Texas while Texas is trying to protect their citizens should really offend any red-blooded American,” Wimmer said, adding that the issue has been transformed from solely a Fourth Amendment concern to an assault on the Tenth Amendment and states rights.

As a former police officer, Wimmer is adamant that TSA agents should be held up to the same standards as law enforcement officers, and that law abiding citizens should not be subjected to personal searches without reason.

“It does not feel like America when you are going through a TSA checkpoint at the airport,” Wimmer said.

Wimmer’s bill will be considered and debated in the new year when the 2012 legislative session begins in Utah.

Lawmakers in other states, including New Hampshire and California, have already looked into banning TSA gropedowns.

A number of other lobby groups, state and local authorities around the country have also resolved to either block the TSA body scanners or kick the TSA out of airports altogether, including New Jersey, where Republican state Senator Mike Doherty has vowed to push for legislation that will ban both the scanners as well as invasive groping techniques.

Should several more states follow the same example set by Texas, the TSA and the Justice Department will have a major job on their hands threatening half the country with no fly zones and convincing Americans that it is the prudent course of action.

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