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Lampoon the System: Cop Block

Civilian Journalists like Cop Block turn the table on the Surveillance State. Eliminate police brutality, fraud, waste, and corruption by keeping your cameras ready. See the cartoon here:

Visit Cop Block here: CopBlock.org


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Loved the video

where the judge tells that Keene activist to sit down and just as he is about to sit down, the judge throws him out.

Administration/Admiralty/Maritime courts = part of the problem.

Lima-1, out.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

Check out the CopBlock Tour


"Kicking-off from Keene, NH in mid-January and ending a month and almost 4,000-miles later at the Liberty Forum in Nashua, NH, the Cop Block Tour seeks to facilitate local, on-the-ground connections, brainstorming and the sharing ideas and tactics, and collaboration, to grow and make more effective efforts for police accountability."

Pete Eyre, cofounder of CopBlock.org, made a stop in Nashville, TN and spoke at Vanderbilt University:


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See Copwatch

Copwatch is a worldwide network of activist organizations that observe and document police activity while looking for signs of police misconduct and police brutality. We believe that monitoring police activity on the streets is a way to prevent police brutality.

Copwatch was first started in Berkeley, California in 1990.