Nov. 16, 2012
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Tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live! 6-8 PM Central
Howard and I will be covering a variety of topics including the latest on the Obamacare implementation and the resistance to the healthcare exchanges and medicaid expansion that are integral to the implementation of the health care reform law. Amanda Teegarden, Executive Director of OK-SAFE will join us to go over the Action Items for opposing Obamacare that were developed for the Rally for Oklahoma Healthcare Independence held last July following the mixed Supreme Court ruling on the federal health care reform law.
The roll out of Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPR) in the state of Oklahoma and the concerns that surround the use of these devices will also be covered. ALPR can be a valuable tool for law enforcement or they can be mis-used to create a mass surveillance system that tracks our every move without a warrant or probable cause. Unfortunately, there is ample evidence that they are being used in exactly this way. Howard and I will explore what can be done to stop the unconstitutional uses of these license tag scanners.
We will also catch up with Dan Feidt, indy journalist and activist to find out what ever happened with the investigation into the wayward Drug Recognition Expert program in Minnesota that Dan helped uncover was giving drugs to Occupy protestors.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — A Chicago County sheriff’s deputy told state investigators he was “in shock” after he saw his training partner give two young men marijuana to smoke in the back of a squad car. Read more
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Posted in AxXiom for Liberty Radio, General Information, Oklahoma Politics
Tagged ALPR, Amanda Teegarden, Dan Feidt, dre, drugs, exchange, Health, Howard Houchen, insurance, investigation, kaye beach, Minnesota, obamacare, occupy, Oklahoma, tracking
May 9, 2012
Last week I posted an unbelievable story on the police actually providing drugs to Occupy protester, Why are the COPS Giving Drugs to Occupy Protesters?
Here is a follow up from The Downtown Journal posted today.
UPDATED May 9, 2012, 11:07am
By Nick Halter
Minnesota Public Safety Commissioner Mona Dohman has suspended the state’s Drug Evaluation and Classification program and launched an investigation of the program amidst allegations that officers gave drugs to people.
In a press release, Dohman announced that an officer said he witnessed a Hutchinson police officer giving marijuana to the subject of the DEC program. She’s directing her department’s Internal Affairs Division to investigate, and also said the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has launched a criminal investigation.
The investigations come less than a week after OcuppyMN protesters posted a video on YouTube showing out-state law enforcement agencies persuading protesters to get into the cruisers. The protesters say in the video that officers gave them drugs at a Richfield location.
Posted in Activism, Citizens Score, Police
Tagged Dan Feidt, dre, drug evaluation, drugs, Minnesota, occupy, occupyMN, Police, protesters, suspended
May 2, 2012
The police in Minnesota are picking up Occupy protestors that have been recruited to do drugs, (apparently provided by the Cops!) getting them high and then dropping them back off at Peavey Plaza.
What am I missing here?
MK Occupy Minnesota: Drugs & the DRE Program at Peavey Plaza
Video documentation [shown below] by local activists and independent media shows that police officers and county deputies from across Minnesota have been picking up young people near Peavey Plaza for a training program to recognize drug-impaired drivers. Multiple participants say officers gave them illicit drugs and provided other incentives to take the drugs. The Occupy movement, present at Peavey Plaza since April 7th, appears to be targeted as impaired people are dropped off at the Plaza, and others say they’ve been rewarded for offering to snitch on the movement.
Local independent media activists and members of Communities United Against Police Brutality began investigating police conduct around the Plaza after witnessing police dropping off impaired people at the plaza and hearing rumors that they were offering people drugs. We videotaped police conduct and interviewed participants, learning some very disturbing information about the DRE program.
Officers stated on record the DRE program, run by the Minnesota State Patrol, has no Institutional Review Board or independent oversight. They agreed no ambulances or EMTs were on site at the Richfield MnDOT facility near the airport where most subjects were taken. Multiple times, participants left Peavey Plaza sober, returned intoxicated, and said they’d been given free drugs by law enforcement. We documented on more than one occasion, someone being told they were sober by one officer, and then picked up by a different officer, and returning intoxicated.
Read more and watch the video