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Old 09-15-2014, 09:00 AM   #3061
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cops hates people buying electricity:

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cops hates we other people may or may not have a gun, they dont know because they just take random people's word for it, and it may or may not even be the person that they called about, but who cares, they get to surround a house with large guns:

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cops hates people buying electricity:

As a person that used to use GPUs, lots and lots of GPUs, to mine bitcoins I was always afraid the SWAT team would converge on my shop. Few thousand dollar electric bills for months on end, but no cops thankfully.

Poor bastard, that's not entirely on the cops, though. That sounds like one punk *** b*** of a DA.
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As a person that used to use GPUs, lots and lots of GPUs, to mine bitcoins I was always afraid the SWAT team would converge on my shop. Few thousand dollar electric bills for months on end, but no cops thankfully.

Poor bastard, that's not entirely on the cops, though. That sounds like one punk *** b*** of a DA.
Same thing happened to a co-worker of mine c. 2001 when he moved from San Diego to a rural suburb northeast of Cincinnati. He wasn't bitcoin-mining as this thing did not exist, he was just an extreme nerd with several large (mainframe / minicomputer-class) machines.

Apparently it's pretty common practice for utility companies to notice this sort of thing and alert local law-enforcement. As you said, doesn't really reflect on the police at all, they're just following a tip. It's interesting how frequently people ascribe things to the police which are actually the purview of the DA (such as charging Mr. Diener with the marijuana possession.)
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Same thing happened to a co-worker of mine c. 2001 when he moved from San Diego to a rural suburb northeast of Cincinnati. He wasn't bitcoin-mining as this thing did not exist, he was just an extreme nerd with several large (mainframe / minicomputer-class) machines.

Apparently it's pretty common practice for utility companies to notice this sort of thing and alert local law-enforcement. As you said, doesn't really reflect on the police at all, they're just following a tip. It's interesting how frequently people ascribe things to the police which are actually the purview of the DA (such as charging Mr. Diener with the marijuana possession.)
I sat in a presentation at a conference that demonstrated the ingenuity of these grow houses. Since it is common knowledge to them that the utility will report you to the police for above average KWH consumption, They have resorted to finding different ways to cheat the meter.

The most extreme case they showed, someone tapped the 12 KV distribution circuit, ran wire in underground conduit to a pad mount transformer in the back yard. The only thing suspicious looking about the setup was the pad was on cinder blocks and not a proper concrete pad.
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I got a tip for you: mushroom.
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Old 09-16-2014, 12:57 PM   #3067
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Teen critically injured after police use stun gun on him - KCTV5

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The officer used a stun gun on the teenager who is now in critical condition.

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"The cop was like, 'you want to mess with me,' and pulled out his Taser and tased him. I thought he shot him. Then he pulled him out of the car handcuffed him and drug him around the car," witness Michelle Baker said.

Schmidli said Masters was warned the officers were going to use a stun gun and still refused to cooperate.

"It looked like he hit his head on the concrete. You could see blood coming out of his mouth. The cop put his foot on his back and moved it back and forth like he was putting a cigarette out and asked him, 'are you ready to get up now?' You could tell the kid was going into convulsions," Baker said.

Witnesses who saw the whole thing happen say they watched Masters die and then come back to life after emergency crews resuscitated him.
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At this time I went to place the male under arrest. He got into a fighting stance and clenched his fist. Me and the male got into a physical altercation due to me being in fear of my safety and I received a punch to the body.
now watch the cop goes ******* ape **** on this guy:

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I bet that cop hates cameras, cause it's being used in the 5million dollar suit against him and his department.
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Same thing happened to a co-worker of mine c. 2001 when he moved from San Diego to a rural suburb northeast of Cincinnati. He wasn't bitcoin-mining as this thing did not exist, he was just an extreme nerd with several large (mainframe / minicomputer-class) machines.

Apparently it's pretty common practice for utility companies to notice this sort of thing and alert local law-enforcement. As you said, doesn't really reflect on the police at all, they're just following a tip. It's interesting how frequently people ascribe things to the police which are actually the purview of the DA (such as charging Mr. Diener with the marijuana possession.)
You'd think they'd at least run an investigation, I'm sure it would be easy to tell a (probably civilly illegal) home server farm from a grow op.

Seems the police are incredible at putting themselves in the position to either look like idiots, or arrest and charge some poor guy to save face. The cops and DA work together, and if you can't afford a lawyer you're traded like a fricken' playing card, deals with "public defenders" who share the same office as the prosecutor. All seems like a joke to me, honestly not old enough to know if it's always been so shitty.

For all we know, though, he might just have a bunch of old *** servers as a cover. I'm sure you know how cheaply and easily one in the field can come across such things. Run the lights, or run the servers. Felony possession has to be a lot of dope, but not that much...
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I can see it now:

Hey judge, can we get a Search & Seizure Warrant?

why?

Dude is using a lot of power. We have nothing else to go on, no investigation, no background check, no survalence, no suspicion of any crime really, but the power company wants us to check it out.

okay. no problem, bro. Just make sure to destroy as much personal property as possible and refuse to reimburse the homeowner for damages.

not even a problem.

also, dont forget to charge them for something silly like resisting arrest--can't let this be a waste if you catch any fish.

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Old 09-17-2014, 09:22 AM   #3071
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PICS OF INJURIES AT THE END OF THE VIDEO. Officer Brent Aguilar of the Clovis Police Department (Clovis, NM) stopped a vehicle for a traffic stop. When the passenger simply asked why they were being stopped, the Officer turned the investigation on the passenger and demanded his ID. When the passenger kept asking why the vehicle was stopped, Officer Aguilar said he was under arrest for Concealing ID. While taking him to his patrol vehicle, Officer Aguilar claims he "Resisted" and suddenly slams this 26-year-old on the ground, breaking his cheekbone and causing thousands of dollars in medical bills. To top matters off, he then charges the young man with Resisting as well.
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wanna do this the hard way?


I guess the hard way isn't being tased while handcuffed.
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police hate miata drivers:


there's absolutely no way this guy could have put his belt on while driving without the officer noticing.

at 2:07 the officer says he's not being detained.



and then he gets pulled over in retaliation because:

"...on your last traffic stop, you refused to give any information"


There's no other details with teh video, im assuming he just posted these beacsue he got them for court in a FIAC request. he's looking to make a paycheck from this.

just another day in America when a cop pulls a gun in your face, on an illegal stop, because you refuse to give your ID when you're not even being detained on a prior stop.

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wow, **** those cops. I hope he drains that pathetic citys coffers.
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oh i got an udate from the miata videos:

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Case was dismissed on all three counts (obstruction, resisting, not wearing a seatbelt [this charge was added after being booked in on the original two charges]) on 01/06/14. Lawsuit is certainly forthcoming.
Video from FPV of both stops has still not been released, but contains very juicy audio of the second stop. WMPD has sovereign citizen mania. Officer Richardson (second stop, big guy) says something along the lines of "I was fixin' to waste both these sons of bitches right here on the side of the road, just like last time." A Commercial Appeal article says he was one of the first officers to respond to the sovereign citizen related shooting in West Memphis in 2010.
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oh i got an udate from the miata videos:
because drawing guns and being prepared to use deadly force on some one (even if they were/are/will be a huge *******) over not wearing a seat bealt is clearly an appropriate use of force.....right....
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Welcome to America: keep your kids inside

Child Services to Mom Who Did Nothing Wrong: 'Just Don't Let Your Kids Play Outside' - Hit & Run : Reason.com

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He'd been out there for about 10 minutes when Roy's doorbell rang. She opened it to find her son —and a woman she didn't know. As Roy wrote on her blog HaikuMama last week, the mystery woman asked: "Is this your son?"
I nodded, still trying to figure out what was happening.

"He said this was his house. I brought him home." She was wearing dark glasses. I couldn't see her eyes, couldn't gauge her expression.

"You brought..."

"Yes. He was all the way down there, with no adult." She motioned to a park bench about 150 yards from my house. A bench that is visible from my front porch. A bench where he had been playing with my 8-year-old daughter, and where he decided to stay and play when she brought our dog home from the walk they'd gone on.

"You brought him home... from playing outside?" I continued to be baffled.

And then the woman smiled condescendingly, explained that he was OUTSIDE. And he was ALONE. And she was RETURNING HIM SAFELY. To stay INSIDE. With an ADULT. I thanked her for her concern, quickly shut the door and tried to figure out what just happened.
What happened? The usual. A busybody saw that rarest of sights—a child playing outside without a security detail—and wanted to teach his parents a lesson. Roy might not have given the incident a whole lot more thought except that shortly afterward, her doorbell rang again.

This time it was a policewoman. "She wanted to know if my son had been lost and how long he'd been gone," Roy told me by phone. She also took Roy's I.D. and the names of her kids.

That night Isaac cried when he went to bed and couldn't immediately fall asleep. "He thought someone was going to call the police because it was past bedtime and he was still awake."

free-range-kidsAs it turns out, he was almost right. About a week later, an investigator from Child Protective Services came to the house and interrogated each of Roy's three children separately, without their parents, about their upbringing.

"She asked my 12 year old if he had ever done drugs or alcohol. She asked my 8-year-old daughter if she had ever seen movies with people's private parts, so my daughter, who didn't know that things like that exist, does now," says Roy. "Thank you, CPS."

It was only last week, about a month after it all began, that the case was officially closed. That's when Roy felt safe enough to write about it. But safe is a relative term. In her last conversation with the CPS investigator, who actually seemed to be on her side, Roy asked, "What do I do now?"

Replied the investigator, "You just don't let them play outside."

There you have it. You are free to raise your children as you like, except if you want to actually give them a childhood. Fail to incarcerate your child and you could face incarceration yourself.
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cops still hate: citizens, cameras, freedom, the law, the constitution, etc. etc. etc.


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Weiler was charged with disorderly conduct and 2nd degree assault on a law enforcement officer and goes to trial September 23, according to his Youtube description of the video he posted Monday.
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hey look. at recurring theme:

tsa officer "screen" passenger AFTER he lands, in relationation for not getting enough screening the first time.



Kahler Nygard confronts TSA agents as they try to search him after a flight [VIDEO] | City Pages

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Kahler is referring to a recent spat with the Transportation Security Administration. For several years, he says, he's had to undergo extra scrutiny while flying -- and at one time was denied the privilege to board a plane -- because of comments he'd previously posted on a political website. (It's unclear what those comments were, and Kahler declines to shed light on what he describes as his "unique belief system," which is not "anti-government.")

On Sept. 6, he had assumed he would be turned away again, but ended up boarding a Minneapolis-St. Paul airport flight to Denver after being padded down, along with his father.

The Department of Homeland Security won't say what actions might get you on the naughty list, but the New York Times noted last year that the TSA has begun searching a wide array of databases, including vehicle and employment records, to access fliers for risk. The only way to know that you've been flagged is to check your boarding pass for an "SSSS" designation, as Kahler did.

Sometime in the air, however, TSA agents decided that his body and bag warranted a closer look. Flight attendants singled him out and forced him to leave the plane after it landed ahead of other passengers. He recorded what happened next on his cell phone:
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