Sunday, February 04, 2007

Homeland Security and FBI for arresting those that "test" Free Speech?

Is Home Land Security and the FBI keeping "Secret Enemies" lists to pass out to police for police to arrest those on the list on sight. Is America now about the holding of Political Prisoners.

Connecticut State Representatives has a word for the Nazi-like behavior, not being "Bush-ist":

Ken Krayeske Arrest:

Police are looking at blogs to "tag" potentials for their list.

If you are on the Secret Police "Enemies List" can you be arrested and held for "blowing a stop sign"?

The Krayeske File:

Steven G. Erickson lets Official Connecticut have it:

Olbermann: Newt sees terrorism as something to be exploited

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah Stark, thanks for getting the news clips out for those in the wilderness.
Police abuse and corruption is very ole in CT, and has never been thoroughly investigated or systemically reduced or eradicated.
Gov. Rell must be held accountable for the offense to CT citizens civil liberties and this secret-list cops squad.
Since the 9-11 official truth will NOT be told, the government will continue the lie of Terrorism.

Sunday, February 04, 2007 11:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Republican-American (Waterbury, CT) - November 15, 2006

Lawsuit tossed in Naugatuck police search
NAUGATUCK - A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit filed by a former police sergeant who accused police of searching his home in retaliation for his criticism of high-ranking department officials. The case filed by Rick Smolicz was dismissed on Oct. 23 at U.S. District Court in Bridgeport.Smolicz accused Chief Dennis E. Clisham, Deputy Chief Thomas Hunt and Capt. James Fortin of unreasonable search and seizure, invasion of privacy, and prior restraint of Smolicz' free speech...

Sunday, February 04, 2007 11:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ken's lawyer should look into "The Detain List".

If the event of a National Disaster or Emergency there is a list of "troublemakers" that have been critical of police, the courts, and Connecticut Governor.

After 9-11, States have identified areas for detention. It is part of Civil Unrest preparedness. Downtown train stations areas and large abandoned factories with fences around them have been converted for possible future use. A giveaway to these areas are razor wire facing in, not out, to keep people in, not out. There are also often some sort of stainless steel turnstile system in a small building to allow entry and exit from the compound.

Some states have just amassed razor wire and army tents for field detention centers in open fields.

Citizens in Metairie Louisiana were held in rotary area at highway intersections with national guard encircling them. That list was simple and not even distributed, you just had to be non-white. Step off the curb and die.

Someone should FOI request that "detain on sight" list. Those lists have pre-dated 9-11 and it was originally something informal where a police chief and police brass heads would have. The dossiers on those on the list include family members, friends, potential jobs, interests, habits, and addresses to check.

Friday, February 16, 2007 8:11:00 AM  

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