Virginia Capital Police pay a visit...

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  1. Rotn1

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    Isn’t the right approach to judge them as individuals, just as we would want to be judged?
    Just because they wear the same uniform does not make them the same.
     
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    Do you realize how many communists infiltrated the military and federal police forces when 0bama was president?
     

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    Welcome to the year 1984.
     
  4. Rotn1

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    I don’t have a clue....
     
  5. 'Ol Grandad

    'Ol Grandad Director of civil unrest

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    5 words. Don't give them anything!
     
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    i wonder how many officers were out interviewing "Suspects". How many miles are they willing to drive to talk face to face. Who is co-ordinating these "investigations" and deciding who is a "Suspect". and once you are a suspect...
    Dems are building quite a spectacle.
     
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    I'm scared for the folks in Virginia. This (video) is nothing but a portent. I believe dire circumstances are a lot closer than I ever thought they would get. Scary times! Prayers for all.
    :flag:
     
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    . Once they “noticed” him. They could try facial recognition, watch him leave, follow him to his car. Did he sign a guest book? Buy anything with credit card?
    If LEO at Capital think he looks like a threat. Why not chat with him there?
    Yrs back I was touring Texas Capital. I drew attention. Chatted with Capital Police. They offered to let me into non public areas. I had a great tour far outside normal public areas. “Just walk with me like I’m training you into area”. How the non AC vent system worked, construction area...

    I fear for the 2nd amendment supporters there tomorrow. IMO it’s not safe to go inside the cage.
     
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  9. Lt. Donn

    Lt. Donn PSO Survivor. currently in NW Georgia

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    Personally, I do not believe he did himself any good by speaking with them at all...I think he should have failed to answer the door and left it at that...but your thoughts may be different
     
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    This was done for a reason. The same reason the GPS is to be jammed at the same also. The carrier battle group maneuver too. The vast left wing and their deep state allies are concerned over challenges to authority.
     
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    I agree... i wouldn`t ever answer the door knowing whats on the other side is not going to be in my favor. I would let them kick my door in (while they are being caught on video) so that i could use it against them in court for unlawful break-in entry.
     
  12. Rotn1

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    Wow............. FOx News playing "Scandalous " a Documentary on Ruby Ridge..........

    Sometime I really wonder if the News Media wants the to be trouble by winding their audience up......... And then I wonder no longer.

    Story needs to be told, but tonight? Is this really helpful?
     
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    Let's see. He did NOT let them inside. Once inside anything they see (or claim they saw) can be used against him. He was in shower? They can wait in their car. We like to be polite. But IMO you do not want them moving around in your house, on your property. I hate to say that.

    He needed to play on "I was a architect" so I was interrested how they built it. I might also mention. " when I saw walls being erected I was concerned because you are making it unsafe for the citizens to peacefully protest"
     
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    But they drove 100 miles just to see him! :broccoli:
     
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    My thoughts on this video:

    1. How did they identify him in the first place? He was walking around the VA Capitol and somehow they were able to find out his name and address??

    2. I agree that he shouldn't have cursed at them, but the cops have to understand that tensions are high and people are extremely upset because their Constitutional rights are being threatened. It's not surprising that a guy reacts angrily when cops drive 100 miles to see him, and then basically accuse him of plotting a terrorist attack, on his own doorstep. Which brings me to #3:

    3. The accusation/ insinuation that he was engaged in "pre-operational planning" for a terrorist attack is offensive. Since when has taking photos and knocking on pillars = domestic terrorism? This smacks of intimidation.

    4. The blond guy drove over 100 miles, only to be unceremoniously kicked off the guy's lawn.

    5. I'd better remember to not knock on any pillars in the future. The authorities might accuse me of "checking for densities"! :animlol::animlol::animlol:
     
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    Except GPS is NOT being jammed there.
     
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    I noticed neither one was wearing their hats, soooo. Wait, a copper advising not to talk to the popo? Say it ain’t so Joe. Jk
    I agree, and taping it, he did come off a bit on the unhinged side, justified or not.
     
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    Of course they do. If it bleeds, it leads. Violence will only crank up viewership, they only win. The media is all about, and only about fear mongering.
     
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    I agree. If he would have seen what they wanted, just tell them he has nothing to say. If they had anything on him they would have taken him in. He was not going to talk his way out of it. Talking to them only opened up the possibility of him incriminating himself.
     
  20. LApm9

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    You are likely correct. When faced with the certainty of losing their livelihood versus the perceived minimal danger from the target, they will begin the mission.

    As for those that say they will resist......they will be looking at taking an act that will end the very comfortable life that they live. It will likely also plunge their family into poverty.

    It will then come down to who is willing to pay the greater price. If the people easily give up their guns, the police will continue to collect them. If the police begin to take casualties, they may determine that their jobs don't pay enough. On the other side, will men accustomed to a soft life, sacrifice their lives, alone, in order for others to keep their rights?

    If enough citizens are willing to pay with their own lives so that others will keep their rights, then the police will cease to enforce the laws in the current fashion. Of course, those charged with collecting guns may just start dynamiting the houses of resisters rather than walking up to the door.....those reducing their "cost".

    Those that are willing to pay the greater price will win. As is always the case.
     
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