Wednesday, September 11, 2013

12,000 Illegal Home Searches in DC Metro Area Since 2001...

Hey Yupette,

So the New York Times and Washington Post are disclosing the extent NSA has been conducting electronic surveillance on Americans since 2001? But how about the people who don't own personal communications devices, aren't on the Internet, or are 'suspicious' in some way? Not to worry. National and local law enforcement have experts in lock-picking and conducting warrantless searches on the scene while 'suspicious persons' are away from home. To the tune of 12,000 warrantless searches since 9-11-2001. Oh, they've installed hard-to-detect bugging devices in the homes of people who are really suspicious. Don't want to have your home searched while your're at work? Don't do anything suspicious.

Regards,
Peter

24 Comments:

At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was wondering when the media would get around to discussing physical surveillance of people the Obama and Bush Administrations consider a 'threat'.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Most door locks are not very secure. So it's not hard for them to break in and look around while you're at work.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep, Arlington Police Department = 911 reactive policing + massive surveillance of 'suspicious persons'.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arlington Police Department are a bunch of racists who live in all-white enclaves far from Arlington and have a massive dislike of black, latino, and muslim minorities.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, the break-ins where nothing is taken when no one is home are not by burglars, 'cause there is very little crime during the daytime because everyone is working

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do they get around security systems? No brainer. One member of the team picks a door lock and sets off the alarm when no one is home. Other member of the team is with the cops when they show up responding to the alarm.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You got that right about the Arlington PD. Bunch of damn cowboys when they aren't engaged in warrantless break-ins and putting entire neighborhoods under surveillance.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous fed up Dem said...

Community policing in Arlington County? What's that?

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Half the 9-1-1 calls the Arlington police receive are about 'suspicious' minority group members who are walking through a whites only enclave.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reminds me that it's not too soon to start preparing for the Arlington Civic Federation's 100th Anniversary in 2015.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Crime in Arlington? It's fueled by alcohol. Want to reduce crime (e.g., assaults)? Dump Gourmet Jay Fisette from the County Board.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Twelve years equals 4383 days. MD-DC-VA regional population is what, 3 million?

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Then there are 12,000 more warranted searches that got rubber stamped by some jive turkey judge in a FISA Court somewhere.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't want your home, condo, apartment illegally searched? Move to Arlington's premier law enforcement free zone -- the neighborhood around A-Town in Ballston.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Police are often at the Westin providing security for VIPs, so stay close to A-Town if you want to avoid them.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

First Yuppie and his successor(s) have to keep the USA locked down and under total surveillance for the next 12 years. Can't have the long suffering middle class getting uppity.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous L.K. said...

My kids skipped school today as they do every September 11th. We refuse to allow our family to be involved in the commemoration of an event that we strongly suspect the Bush-Cheney Administration allowed to happen so the United States could become a national security state engaged in non-stop warfighting in the Third World.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Police occasionally show up at A-Town with EMS when some totally intoxicated Yuptard falls and hurts himself or herself.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

U.S. Senate debated Syria and there was much condemnation of the Syrian Regime for killing more than 400 children with poison gas

The United States military has killed more than 3000 people via drone strikes since 2001. Anyone know how many children?

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

F the 21st Century. This Halloween I'm throwing a 1990's Party.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of the 1990s, the first MIB was funny. Where did all the good screenwriters go?

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do "they" know when no one is going to be at home, aside from at work and at school? They monitor the suspicious person's internet traffic and phone calls, of course.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the great screenwriters have been standing in line to script the Tonight Show next year.

 
At 11 September, 2013 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm also throwing a 90's Halloween Party, with a Bill and Monica reenactors contest. G-Rated, of course. ;~}

 

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