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Buffalo Officials Duped By Professional Antifa Provocateur

  1. "In this slow motion video, you will see Gugino using a phone as a capture scanner. You might have heard the term “skimming”; it’s essentially the same. Watch him use his right hand to first scan the mic of officer one (top left of chest). Then Gugino moves his hand to the communications belt of the second officer. Watch Closely:"

    View: https://youtu.be/9CubkyIzygQ

    "The capture of communications signals [explained in detail here] is a method of police tracking used by Antifa to monitor the location of police. "

  2. the clowns are WAYYYY smarter than the ringmaster
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  4. Well that old SOB! I’m glad they pushed him.
  5. Where are all the folks shouting about how wrong what happened to this guy was ??????

  6. "Communications belt"? Any cops wanna weigh in on that theory?

    Looks to me like he was videoing nametags and scary weapons. It could've been anything. As usual, Trump picks up on the most retarded of all the theories.
  7. Would be incorrect to have a radio on the belt connect to a ear piece or headset. Remember this was a special riot control unit.

    You might start here and do a bit of research.

    The 6 Best Police Scanner Apps for Android & iPhone


    Software-Defined Radio with Android Smartphones
  8. I don't doubt the guy is some kind of habitual agitator, but the "scanner" business sounds like a bit of technical mumbo-jumbo to promote a conspiracy theory.

    Maybe someone with *genuine* technical savvy in this field can weigh in. Until then, color me skeptical.
  9. The only thing usual here is your TDS is causing you to lose your mind, as usual.
  10. The less senile Antifa rioters got out of the riot squad's way when they enforced the curfew.:faint:
    Grandpa had a helmet in his hand, but didn't know how to put it on.:tinfoil:
  11. Still wrong. It doesn't matter how many times he was arrested or what his intent was. The job of the police isn't to injure people, if he was committing a crime he should have been arrested again not sent to the hospital.
  12. those apps allow you to listen in on unencrypted frequencies, like a hardware scanner would, they don't actively scan frequencies from other devices or decrypt encrypted communications.
  13. Depends on how much you want to spend,the tech is out there.You can crack local "secured" if you want.I have a uniden patrolman2 and a homepatrol2,if you want they can be upgraded.The NC P25 system is what they use,I can hear the outer banks on it.'08.
  14. I don't approach police with small black objects in my hand. He could also have avoided all this by not walking up to riot cops trying to push a crowd back.
  15. Avoidance was NOT his objective. He achieved exactly what he wanted.
  16. He shouldn't have been there, and he got what he got.... Guy's a career scumbag agitator, he's lucky he wasn't dog bit ....
  17. One thing's for sure.

    He needs to learn how to roll when he falls.
  18. This conspiracy seem like total bull****. Stupid to even make up this crap.

    That said, the old moron would not have been pushed if he didn't ignore repeated demands to get back and get his stupid ass in the faces of the police clearing the area. I'm glad he got his head cracked but unfortunarely the MSM uses this to further the anti-police narrative.
  19. Conspiracy? I guess you have not been paying attention to who this guy is and what his previous 300 arrests have been for...