Thurs. Aug. 28: Free Know Your Rights Seminar in Las Vegas

Tuesday, August 26th, 2014
Attorney Stephen "Bowtie" Stubbs, who hosts free Know Your Rights seminars in Las Vegas.

Attorney Stephen “Bowtie” Stubbs, who hosts free Know Your Rights seminars in Las Vegas.

Note: This post was originally published on the Nevada Cop Block site.

This coming Thursday, August 28th (2014), at 7:00 PM; Las Vegas area attorney Stephen Stubbs will be giving a free “Know Your Rights” seminar. The seminar will take place at the Leatherneck Club of Las Vegas, which is located at 4360 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102 (view map to location). If you are on Facebook, you can RSVP here at the event invite.

Among other things, this seminar covers people’s rights under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. That includes the right to freedom of speech and the extent and limitations of that freedom. In addition, the First Amendment also provides for freedom of the press, which applies to citizens ability to film persons, including government officials and the police, while they are performing their duties in public.

While discussing the Second Amendment right to bear arms, Stubbs covers Nevada law relating to open carrying of firearms, as well as the limitations, licensing requirements, and process for such that the State of Nevada places on the concealed carrying of firearms. He also breaks down the different restrictions and prohibitions placed on non-firearm (knives, clubs, brass knuckles, etc.) weapons by state and local law.

Am I Being Detained or Am I Free to Go?

Am I Being Detained or Am I Free to Go?

Another significant part of the seminar involves what the police can and cannot do in relation to searches, seizure of property, and detention of people based on the Fourth Amendment. That includes the requirement for reasonable suspicion to believe that someone is about to commit a crime, has committed a crime, or is in the process of committing a crime in order to justify detaining someone. It also includes the requirement for consent before police can conduct a warrant-less search, with a few very narrow exceptions, such as evidence in plain view and risk of eminent danger (one of several exigent circumstances). In addition, the differences between searches conducted upon someones person, a vehicle, or their home are explained.

Stephen Stubbs' Free Know Your Rights Seminar

Stephen Stubbs’ Free Know Your Rights Seminar

The Constitutional due process protections within the Fifth Amendment are also covered pretty extensively during the seminar. A person’s right against self-incrimination is explained. Stubbs goes over how (and why) people should invoke their right to remain silent when questioned and avoid answering questions without the benefit of legal counsel being present. (That second part actually has a bit of added significance, since Stephen Stubbs was actually arrested himself for refusing to leave the side of one of his clients, who had invoked his right to have legal counsel present during a traffic stop, back in November of 2013.)

In general, the seminar is very informative and worthwhile for anyone, since it’s not unusual for the average person to get stopped for, at the very least, a traffic violation and knowing your rights can’t hurt you. Beyond that, the seminar does focus largely on encounters with police and situations such as filming in public, interacting verbally with police, the legalities of whether cops can justifiably stop; search; and arrest someone, and what to do in those situations. Therefore, anyone involved in or wishing to become involved in Cop Block related activities should find this seminar very useful and well worth attending. It will also serve as a good opportunity to connect with other like-minded individuals within the Las Vegas area.

If you do come (and you should) to this free seminar you will find Stephen Stubbs is a very knowledgeable and entertaining person, with a history of standing up for individuals’ rights, when they are abused by the police or other government employees. Personally, I’m very glad to have someone as well versed and approachable as him performing this valuable service for our community. BTW, did I mention that he does it for free?

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Police and Military Are The Same, Neither Protects Freedom

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

This content was originally published at ChristopherCantwell.com.

Yesterday I posted an article to the Cop Block Facebook page that was very anti military. I later removed the post due to overwhelmingly negative feedback from users. It was after all, sort of off topic for Cop Block. Still, it would seem that even those among us who have figured out that police are nothing but the violent malicious enforcers of the politicians, seem to hold a soft spot for the military.

If I had a dime for every time some slave told me, “Soldiers protect your right to say that,” I’d be independently wealthy by now. It would far exceed my adsense revenues. These sort of comments come rolling in any time you say something about the military, as if Afghanistan and Iraq were actually some threat to what I post on the Internet. Far from it, the only threat to my freedom in the United States is the United States government, and the only thing keeping the United States government in power is it’s enforcers.

Think about it folks; if you read this blog on any sort of regular basis, if you read Cop Block, you know that government, all government, is tyranny. The best case scenario for any government is to be a tolerable annoyance, and I certainly find nothing tolerable about government violence in the United States. The Cop Block website and facebook page is a constant 24/7/365 stream of police abuse, kidnapping, theft, assault, and murder, and that’s primarily just for pointing out when they exceed the “limits of the law.”

The fact of the matter is, police do so much more horrific violence within those limits than outside of them, and almost none of it is captured on camera. Every traffic stop is a death threat, and there are more than 17 million of those each year in the US. Every arrest is a kidnapping, and there are more than 12 million of those each year in the US. Almost none of these involve any victim other than the person the officer is threatening, and of course everyone is threatened by taxation, which is how police are paid. So everybody is threatened by police, whether they ever come into contact with law enforcement or not. There is no such thing as a good cop.

Once you understand that, it should not be a far leap to understand that the military is no better.

Police tell us they are keeping us safe by stealing our money through taxes, by threatening us on the highway, by putting us in prison for possessing drugs, by showing up at a crime scene half an hour after the crime took place. This is such complete and utter nonsense I shouldn’t even have to address it. We know that government lies to us about our victimizers keeping us safe.

Police And Military Same Difference

Police And Military Same Difference

The same oppressors tell us the military is keeping us safe from foreign governments, and from terrorism. Anybody who has bothered to turn off their television for an hour a day can tell you this is just as ridiculous. There is no threat to the United States, but that which the United States creates. The constant interference in foreign affairs is what draws the ire of foreign governments and terrorist organizations to us.

They don’t “hate us for our freedom” and if that were the case they would go to any one of a dozen countries on Earth that has more freedom than the US. The top six nations on the Heritage Foundation’s economic freedom index are Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, Switzerland, New Zealand, and Canada. None of these nations are major players in the military business, they tend to mind their own business, and have a lot more freedom than we do in the United States. The United States doesn’t even make the top 45 nations on Earth for press freedom, yet it spends more on it’s military than all the top 45 nations combined. We can see very plainly here that militarism has a very negative effect on freedom. Hell the only charts the US tops anymore are per capita incarceration, and military spending. If anybody was protecting your freedom, it would stand to reason from these stats alone, that they are doing an absolutely terrible job.

If all these other countries wanted to take our resources, then why wouldn’t they attack one of the other top ten most resource rich nations on Earth? Why don’t those countries find themselves in perpetual warfare? Why aren’t they 41% of the world’s military spending? Simple. They aren’t interested in provoking foreign conflicts like the United States.

“If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.” ~ James Madison

Troops do not defend freedom, troops follow orders. To understand that, maybe we should address what freedom is.

Freedom is not something provided to you by a government. Freedom is a distinct lack of something, more specifically violence and coercion. Now, for certain you can lose your freedom by being held captive by some private party. You could be enslaved and kept in a dungeon somewhere by some deranged sociopath. However, when we talk about how free a people are, the common parlance is discussing government. In this context, freedom is a distinct lack of government interference in your life. It is taken away by laws, and taxes, and regulations, and really any government activity that is not explicitly there to repel some other threat.

In order to take away your freedom, it helps if most of your neighbors consent to the invasion on your life. When government wants to control more of your life, they make up insane stories about how there is some threat to us all, and how the only way to repel this threat is to search your vehicle, steal your money, and put you in a cage. Making up lies about foreign threats is part of the same exact business. When they tell us “Islamofascists” are going to take over America and institute Sharia Law, this is just plain ridiculous, it has absolutely no basis in reality whatsoever. It should be taken no more seriously than Reefer Madness and the war on drugs. But just like Reefer Madness and the War on Drugs, the War on Terrorism is touted by TV propagandists, and despite 13 years of repetitive nonsense propaganda being disproven by rational outlets, people still take it seriously.

When these soldiers sign up and go to these foreign countries, are they keeping you safe? Are they protecting your freedom? No! Absolutely not. There is no threat to you over there, they are just acting as world police. Just like the cops abuse, kidnap, rob, assault, and murder us here at home, soldiers go into foreign countries and inflict similar injuries on a foreign people, and with far fewer restrictions on their behavior. They kill and destroy and kidnap and pillage for the singular purpose of expanding the influence of the same government that is oppressing you at home.

They might have signed up with noble intentions, they might have thought they were doing a good thing at first, but so did your local cop. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and frankly, once you begin doing terrible things, you lose your claim to noble intentions. You can’t kick down the doors of complete strangers and drag them out of their homes and kidnap or murder them, just because someone else told you to, and still say you’re being a good person. That’s not how morality works, and geography is no excuse.

So if they’re not keeping you safe, if they’re not protecting your freedom, what possible reason could they be doing all these terrible things for? For the same reason as your local police – for money, and for power, and for respect. They will do absolutely anything they are told to keep their jobs. When asked directly, most marines said they would fire on American citizens if they were ordered to during a federally ordered gun confiscation. We’ve already seen National Guard disarming people after Hurricane Katrina, and saying they would shoot Americans. We’ve already seen martial law in Boston.

Little by little, the tactics and equipment of the police and military are becoming indistinguishable. Why does Concord, NH need an armored personnel carrier? Well, because Free Staters are terrorists, of course, and they have to fight a war on terrorism, just like the military does. There’s no crime in Concord, NH; this is a weapon of war. Where do they get these weapons of war? Well, from the Federal Government, of course. From the same manufacturers as are making them for the military. Who trains them on how to use these weapons? The military, of course.

Then, many of these police already have military training, because they became police after being in the military. When one is trained for combat instead of a trade, there’s little else they are suited to do besides harass, assault, rob, kidnap, and murder people. This makes the military a prime recruiting ground for police departments. Take this quote from military.com: “Former military personnel hold a special place in the heart of police department recruiters across the U.S. The qualities of a great police officer are virtually identical to those of a great soldier.” Military service even credits towards retirement in most law enforcement agencies surveyed, a very strong incentive for making that transition. There are no solid statistics readily available on what percentage of law enforcement has military experience, but based on various forum posts, the numbers can range anywhere between 10-70% of a department.

To summarize, let’s take a look.

Police: Rob, assault, kidnap, and murder you in the name of “law” here at home. They are paid through taxation (theft). They are increasingly becoming more militarized, taking their weapons, manpower, and training from military forces.

Soldiers: Rob, assault, kidnap, and murder foreigners in the name of “orders” abroad. They are paid through taxation (theft). They are feeding weapons and training to police to make them more militarized. They often become law enforcement officers after leaving the military.

Neither protects your freedom, otherwise you would have freedom. There would be no gun control, PRISM, checkpoints, war on drugs, high taxes, or burdensome business regulations if they did. They follow orders, and their orders are to take freedom, not protect it. If their orders are to disarm you, you get disarmed. If their orders are to kidnap you, you get kidnapped. If their orders are to kill you, you die. In that light, it seems rather ridiculous to put either of these professions up on a pedestal, especially if you already figured out that one of them is your enemy.

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Knowing the Difference Between Allowed and Not Permitted

Friday, March 14th, 2014

Submitted by guest writer, Keith Killian

What happens when the law makers become the law breakers? What happens when the protectors become the attackers? Who is to be held responsible? Who is to be trusted? These are questions plaguing the minds of millions of Americans, who are scared, disappointed, and angry at the rising brutality of American police. Too many incidents of uncalled for police aggression and unjustifiable police brutality have cropped up in different parts of America. This cop violence phenomenon simply cannot be ignored anymore. Let us take a quick look at some incidents of police brutality and the common trends emerging from those.

Racial Brutality

A charge often placed against American police is their racial discrimination and inhuman treatment of minorities. The 1999 murder of the young, Black, West African Ahmed Amadou Diallo by the elite Street Crime Unit cannot be forgotten and only shows the deep rooted suspicion and hatred of some White American policemen against Black people. Ahmed did not have any criminal record and had 41 shots fired at him by the police in his own home in New York. What was the police’s justification? Ahmed apparently gestured with his hands in a way which made the police think that he was reaching for a gun.

In 2006, a 23 year old Black man, Sean Bell, was shot on his wedding day by NYPD officers. His crime? Officers say the victim and his friends who were celebrating Bell’s Bachelor party were going to use a gun when the police intervened. 50 bullets were shot at this young man. The city was outraged, and violent protests resulted. The above are not incidents in isolation. Racial prejudice is too obviously prevalent in American police and this dangerous trend must be curbed to prevent many more from being victimized.

Brutality against Women

17 March, 2013 saw the most terrifying set of events unfold for 27 year old Kim Nguyen. She and her male friends were stopped by an officer outside a restaurant in Los Angeles at around 2 am while waiting for a cab as they had been drinking. The police apparently thought they were intoxicated. However, while her male friends were left behind she was charged with public intoxication and put behind the car. While she was handcuffed, an officer began to sexually assault her by touching her chest and pulling her ears to face him. Then he started grabbing her left thigh and trying to open her legs. That is when she fell out of the vehicle to avoid being sexually assaulted by the cop. She was injured very badly, spent two weeks in the hospital, had bruises all over her body, lost all her teeth and had to have her jaw wired shut.

On October 30, in Detroit, a woman called 911 to seek help from police after being assaulted by her boyfriend. The cops come in, and one of them take her to the upstairs bedroom and sexually assault her. These are just the small fraction of cases that come in the spotlight. There are hundreds and thousands of other cases of police brutality against women convicts of which there is scant record or coverage. Innocent or guilty, women have become a soft target for police violence and assault and the boundaries between permitted and absolutely not allowed and humiliating are being blurred regularly by the police department. Steps to protect dignity of women during all types of police encounters is the need of the moment.

Suppressing Anyone Who Tries to Question the Establishment through Brutal Means

So you are underage while entering a casino. You are stopped by a police officer. You follow their instructions but have an argument with them or say something to them, even while complying with their instructions. What follows is five policemen beating you up brutally, kicking you, hitting, you, handcuffing you, then releasing a German Shepherd on you to attack you in the presence of the officers. You would be lucky to be alive – and so was 20 year old David Castellani, who suffered multiple, deadly, injuries in the attack. This is not fiction, but the facts of an incident that took place and was captured on camera on 15 June 2013 in Atlantic City. While the victim’s family filed a lawsuit against the inhuman officers, the police chief of Atlantic City stood by his officers’ actions.

Last year also saw uncalled for police brutality on 75 students of City University of New York who were demonstrating against former CIA chief, David Petraeus, who was being given a teaching position at the school.

Video footage of the incident has emerged that shows New York police being irrationally violent with the young students, slamming them against cars and pavements and punching them in the kidneys. What were the police trying to do? Can anything justify their barbaric behavior?

Dealing With “The Epidemic of Police Brutality”

Wrongful deaths, sexual assault, gun violence, physical threats and dreadful injuries, fire-rubber bullets at peaceful protesters; indeed we are facing the epidemic of police brutality. Demonstrators across the US took part in the October 22 protests to stop police brutality, repression, and criminalization of a generation. This day has been observed as the National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality since 1996. Despite many public efforts to stop this catastrophe, no concrete results have been obtained, and little has been done by state agencies. To counter police violence and convict and punish offending cops will require consistent and binding state policies, proper training among law enforcement officers regarding what the uniform permits them and what it does not and how their power is not to be misused.
Keeping an official record of such police misdoings and regularly suspending or punishing such policemen who have been involved in such incidents of police violence is absolutely necessary. The State, the people and the law enforcement agencies all need to work hand in hand to deter this uncalled, excessive violence. Violence is not legitimate, not justified simply because it is being committed by a law enforcement individual.

Author Bio:
Keith Killian is one of the principal attorneys at Killian Davis Richter & Mayle, PC, based in New Mexico. The firm exclusively focuses on personal injury, wrongful death, workers compensation and many more. Keith takes enough time to understand and analyze each and every aspect of his clients’ case. And eventually, his team works together to achieve the best possible outcome. Visit the firm website here.

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FBI Excels At Foiling Own Plots

Sunday, January 12th, 2014

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The Terror Factory: Inside the FBI’s Manufactured War on Terror shows how the FBI has, under the guise of engaging in counterterrorism since 9/11, built a network of more than 15,000 informants whose primary purpose is to infiltrate Muslim communities to create and facilitate phony terrorist plots so that the bureau can then claim victory in the war on terror.

Security theater at its finest – FBI employees waste resources creating, then busting fake plots, all on your dime. They must be so proud of themselves!

But this isn’t a surprise. Already staffed with 36,000 employees who have over 8,000,000,000 stolen FRNs from taxpayers, the FBI outfit – a coercive monopoly afflicted by perverse incentives – must create issues where none exist, to try to legitimize not just its own existence, but further growth.

Their tactics only create division and perpetuate a culture of fear. Don’t buy into their charade. Don’t call them “authorities.” Think for yourself.

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Know Your Rights When Interacting With Law Enforcement – A Must Have Chart

Saturday, January 4th, 2014

Doc Liberty shared this post via CopBlock.org’s submit page.

You have the right to stay out of prison. It is just that simple. You must know your rights because law enforcement [be it the local ticket writers or one of the alphabet agencies] will lie, cheat and manipulate to get you into custody. Once you enter into Legal Land, you stay on the plantation, even if you are merely arrested and never prosecuted. Every time you are pulled over and your ID is checked, that arrest is now shared with the officer you are in contact with and he/she knows you were arrested previously for something, thus making them prejudicial in this interaction and causing them to treat you as if you are a suspect, whether you are or not. You must take control of your freedom.

Know where you stand and what to do. This chart is a must for everyone: http://www.online-paralegal-programs.com/legal-rights/

If you fail to learn it, love it & live it, when you are on the prison plantation, you have no one to blame but yourself.

Doc Liberty

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Justice Caps – Hiding in Plain Sight from Illegal Video Surveillance

Friday, December 20th, 2013

Charlie Bluehawk shared this post via CopBlock.org’s submit page.

At justicecaps.com, we believe that justice is freedom, and that freedom means living free.

Did you know that every time you leave your home you are being watched by the NSA?

Video cameras on every street corner, in every shopping mall, in every supermarket are watching you.

And now, thanks to the US government’s multi-billion dollar software program – called TrapWire, the government is tracking your every move.

By using the latest in facial recognition software along with TrapWire, your face is being matched with your name.

And all the illegal collected records that the bankers have on you – are all being tied together – and they can find you – whenever they want.

Because now – you are trapped!

Because now the NSA knows your face, and they know your name.

Now you are no longer a person. You are a number.

You are the property of the bankers.

You have no rights. You have no freedoms. There will be no justice for you.

But now imagine – what if you could hide in plain sight?

Imagine you can go anywhere you want at night, do anything you want, with anyone you want, and no banker will ever know your name?

At JusticeCaps.com, we give you the ability to hide in plain sight, and no video camera can record your face.

For just $14.99 – you have rendered the US government’s multi-billion dollar facial recognition software useless.

And if TrapWire cannot find you? You are now free.

Now is the time to defend yourself!

Now is the time to protect yourself!

Now is the time to fight back against illegal NSA video surveillance!

Because now, you can hide in plain sight.

And you can be free!

Go anywhere you want, with whoever you want,

And no one will ever know it’s you!

So visit us today at justicecaps.com

Believe in justice!

And be free!

Charlie Bluehawk
charlie@justicecaps.com

 

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Dancing With California Fruit Police

Monday, November 11th, 2013

Gavin Seim shared this post via CopBlock.org’s submit page.

No, there were no dancing wolves today, just silly agents who don’t understand the Constitution they swore to upload. We do not comply with them. If everyone did the same at checkpoints, they would go away.

I propose that we the people should not tolerate warrentless checkpoints of any kind. It’s the little bites taken out of liberty that will eventually consume it all.


More about this encounter at: http://callmegav.com/2013/11/califonia-fruit-police

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A Few Updates on Recent Police News

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

In case you were having too good a day, here’s the latest in police brutality:

John Pike, the disgusting excuse for a human being who pepper-sprayed peaceful, protesting, college students at UC Davis has been approved for disability compensation on the taxpayers’ dime. On Oct. 16, a judge approved a $38,000 settlement between John Pike and the University of California.

The 40-year-old former officer claims he suffered depression and anxiety after he and his family received death threats over the pepper-spraying event (Really? Only death threats? A nice kick to the balls or punch in the face would have been far more appropriate and gratifying). It sounds like a bad joke, but unfortunately isn’t. More here.

In other happy Californian police news, police have shot and killed a 13-year-old who was playing with a fake gun. (Story here). There was a time in American history when playing with toy machine guns was perfectly normal for children. However, in the current age of paranoia and hysteria over “terrorism,” children must be murdered for the “safety” and “protection” of all.

This should come as no surprise. Posters at the train station constantly encourage people to keep a suspicious eye out for their friends and neighbors. Announcements at the airport always imply there could be terrorists around every corner. The “See Something, Say Something” campaign is everywhere you go, even though 99.9999999999 percent of the time, absolutely nothing is going on and no one should be saying anything. (You hear this, Homeland Security? It’s me saying, “Go fuck yourself!”). The Department of Homeland Security has also trained officers to shoot with no hesitation – by using posters of pregnant women, children, and the elderly, for target practice.

As usual, the officers responsible for the murder have been placed on administrative leave (paid vacation). If we’re lucky, they’ll be fired and be rehired in 6 months, maybe at the next town over. If the usual happens, they will be found to have been justified to shoot a child because they “reasonably felt in fear for their lives. ”

It could be because officers are fucking the citizenry up the ass every which way that the Department of Homeland Security anticipates some push back from civilians. I would argue they need not fear any such resistance, as most Americans continue to be mindless lovers of tyranny and authoritarianism. I would bet money that 80 percent of Americans who have learned of the events above are blaming the child or his parents for this atrocious murder, and are defending the nasty pepper-spraying scum – “He was just doing his job! I hate hippies! Stupid college kids.”

Regardless, Homeland Security does seem to anticipate some disorder, or they would not have purchased 2,700 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles, i.e. tanks on steroids*** (more here and here). Since it is the Department of Homeland Security, we can safely assume these are meant for domestic use.

Oh boy! In time, police can just crush children and college protesters with tanks instead of pepper-spraying or shooting them. I can’t wait!

***[Upon the enlightening instruction of one of our dearest readers, I am informed that it is inaccurate to describe the MRAPs as "tanks on steroids." As such, I hereby amend "tanks on steroids" to "motherfucking armored vehicles - who really gives a fuck about the details."]

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Carson City Nevada

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

Submitted by Aaron

I live in Carson City, Nevada and it would be great if we could turn some attention to what is going on in this town. I’m really sick of law enforcement getting away with whatever they want.

Here is the first part of two of me getting harassed for filming police enter and leave the sheriffs department. I called the Sheriff’s department dispatch, and was told dispatch could not find out weather its legal for me to film or not – meaning these cops were making up stuff as they go.

Here is the second part of the video where they completely violated my rights and took my 500$ Ipad and threw it. You can hear the audio, but the cop eventually turns it off again violating my right by touching my property. He frisked me and told me he was not seizing anything, however Ipad was seized, and they would not let me touch it.

Here is another one of me getting illegally detained for walking down the street minding my own business -

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Police Officer Doesn’t Take Kindly to Being Filmed

Wednesday, June 26th, 2013

Police can follow people around and spy on them all they like, but apparently don’t take kindly to being watched themselves.

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