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Video: FBI Visits Peace Mom About "Pre-Crimes"

A mother and professional nurse is visited at her front door by two FBI agents about her attending peaceful protests. Instead of letting them in, she grabs her video camera and films the interview at her front door with the door remaining open.

She interspersed the video with essential advise for any activist.

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All great points! I thought

All great points!

I thought the part in her video made an extremely important point when she stated that the law makes it a crime if you lie to the FBI, but they do NOT have to tell you the truth and can in fact lie to you (as they do in their attempts to gain your trust and/or elicit info from you.) Case in point - Martha Stewart....she went to jail not for illegal trading but for lying to federal agents. Also think of all the stake outs they do on groups where they send in undercover agents. Those agents are taken in as trusted friends and confidants. In that light, is it wise to talk at all?

She could have admitted not knowing

anyone & then they could catch someone she is aquantanced with on such a rampage..She would then be suspect at that point.
Silence is golden today.
Being MR. nice guy got me in trouble ..Never again.

Good point - better to say nothing at all, except NO THANKS!


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It takes more discipline than anyone might imagine.

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Excellent video

The Hasbara crowd will have a Kiniption...

"Give a man a gun, and he could rob a bank. Give a man a bank, and he could rob the world."

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Those agents won't be able to do undercover work

with being all over you-tube.

You guys know how I feel about Israel

But this is some scary S$%T. I support her 100% and am totally freaked out right about now. Compare this with that.

http://www.kyivpost.com/news/russia/detail/69373/

Seems Russia has the same plan.

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Great Video - Many of Our "Laws" are Now Pre-emptive & Illegal

Many of our illegal "laws" punish everyone by preemptively restricting the freedom of everyone, rather than only punishing those that actually do in fact violate someone else's freedom.

Being prepared. Excelent activism.

7 million dollars per day given to Israel. Wow.
Also on our home front, other facist visits:
One can only imagine what the raw milk farmers are going thru with this incremental invasion and training in tyranny; the visit from your local FBI.

I know what the legalization of drugs activist are going thru.
The U.S. federal government spent over $19 billion dollars in 2003 on the War on Drugs, at a rate of about $600 per second. The budget has since been increased by over a billion dollars.
Currently, the war on drugs cost 23 billion per year
($22,730,099,687)

that's 63 million dollars per day here in USA)
How many lunches would that buy?

see the Drug War money clock here:
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Isn't the right to remain silent and not incriminate yourself

in the Fifth Amendment? And isn't there another line hiding in that ancient, outdated document that says you have the right to confront your accuser (and know who they are)?

Just asking... Silly me.

No she is right.

The first amendment is the right to speak (or not to speak)

the fifth amendment is your right not to incriminate yourself

Why yes it is...

and Miranda rights do not apply until the suspect is arrested so anything you say prior to being arrested is admissible in court. Smart thing to do is not talk to them period.

Miranda rights always apply

Not just after an arrest. Your constitutional rights are always in effect.

Also, review your state constitution for your state's bill of rights. In some cases they are stronger than the federal ones.

Also, use this form

http://billstclair.com/blog/images/public-servant-questionna...

One of the things they are required to tell you is where the information they gather will be kept and who it will be shared with.

In this case I guarantee the information gathered at her front door is in the hands of the Austin Fusion Center, which means it is now shared with other fusion centers around the country, US military databases, private security firms, and foreign governments.

Welcome to the new normal.

I stand corrected

but any physical evidence obtained by opening your mouth prior being mirandized is admissible.

Wow!

Very educational...bump.

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Crazy but

we don't know what the person who called in a warning about her accused her of. If the FBI people are telling the truth and her protesting isn't what brought them there, she shouldn't have kept trying to get her viewers to think that.

This lady doesn't make much sense to me. The fact that she is a mother and registered nurse doesn't mean she is automatically innocent. I assume she IS innocent, but to say "I'm a mom, I'm a nurse" is no defense.

why not?

government employees do it all the time.

cops do it all the time.

anyone in a position of power.

"who me? ohhhh noooo. I could never do something like that"

"I'm the government, and we're here to help"

THE POINT she was trying to make, and one you apparently cannot fathom is that MOST people consider themselves the sort of person to NOT be visited by law enforcement, or any kind of regulatory agent.

Her statements were for the benefit to the viewer. Not herself, not the agents.

The people who might watch this video are going to be clueless sheep who think that they should automatically roll over for a couple of badges being flashed at the door.

She also shows how not to be afraid.

A lot of people would not deal with this scenario very well.

She never said she was innocent. She doesn't have to.

And her statements are not a defense.

Those are your interpretations.

Just saying you're a mother and a nurse

means nothing when it comes to being violent, innocent, etc.

That's probably the only blunder she made repeating that she had 5 children and was a nurse (like, who cares? Serial killers have jobs and families too). Everything else -- videotaping them, not letting them in her house, pleading silence, were all proper responses.

Perhaps she doesn't realize that everyone is a suspect as a domestic terrorist if they're seen at *any* sort of protest. What used to mean you were a stable or productive member of society (being a nurse, being a mother) means diddlysquat nowadays in the great big witch hunt.

you would have a point if . . .

she knew why they came to see her. They wouldn't tell her--

so she gave her best guess. She is an activist, so what else was she to assume?

She makes perfectly good sense to me, by the way. She was trying to remain calm, but you could tell that she was indignant. She is one of those who has the gift of not being 'flapped'--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Her video was true and correct.

But was it complete and not misleading?

they gave her no other information. If the FBI came to see

me, and I had been involved in protests, I would do what she did to protect myself and others--

she was 'covering her bases'--

what did she do or say that was misleading?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

That was my question

Was her video complete and not misleading? The answer is either "yes" or "no".

this isn't a court room, you

this isn't a court room, you aren't an attorney.

the answer is maybe.

You are assuming facts not in evidence

Can you prove that I'm not an attorney?

Your answer is that the video is maybe complete and not misleading. Can her testimony be used against her?

Did the agents articulate their suspicion prior to questioning?

I have a client who was arrested, spent three days in solitary confinement, and was refused his one phone call for the charge of "Failure to say his name." No other charge or claim was stated. Problem is there is no law against taking the Fifth. He now has a lien against the LEO and an administrative hearing to have him terminated. Oh, and the FBI is also investigating the matter as political terrorism. Just doin' my part to restore Constitutional government to the United States of America.

Sagacious advice: Read Article 30 of the INTERPOL Constitution to understand your adversary.

"Political Terrorism."

Now that is a new buzz word that could work in our favor.
Hmmmmm.

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
"I know major allies who fund them" Gen. Dempsey referring to ISIS

Also read: Title 42 U.S.C. sections 1983 & 14141(a)

Title 28 CFR 0.85(l) Exercise Lead Agency responsibility in investigating all crimes for which it has primary or concurrent jurisdiction and which involve terrorist activities or acts in preparation of terrorist activities within the statutory jurisdiction of the United States. Within the United States, this would include the collection, coordination, analysis, management and dissemination of intelligence and criminal information as appropriate. If another Federal agency identifies an individual who is engaged in terrorist activities or in acts in preparation of terrorist activities, that agency is requested to promptly notify the FBI. Terrorism includes the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives."

Now all she has to do is file a complaint with the DOJ that two INTERPOL agents conspired to violate her civil rights to fit into their criminally psychotic social order. However that would be reporting the whore to the pimp as the U.S. attorney general is the U.S. liason to INTERPOL and the Treasurer of the U.S., Timothy Geithner, is his alternate.

Audit the Fed and you can expose criminals from the top down.

I see. And I think you would need to talk to the woman--

who made the video.

I think she just filmed that particular experience. From *my* perspective it is hard to see how it could have been contrived.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

you

would make a great agent.

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LOL!

if you mean what *I* think you mean--

great agent--

LOL!

always suspect the private citizen, correct?

There's got to be some crime, if we look over that 99 year old great great grandmother long enough, right!?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

great

That's the spirit.

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