Thursday, September 1, 2011

Alex Jones: Illegal recordings of cops are a hoax

So they are allowed to record our face and take fingerprints and scan us any time they want to but we can't film them? Nah... This goes both way's... It's only fair They typical mom and dad American are as dense as bricks. Or course they would convict innocents charged by phony laws. They've got to get back to football, beer, sucking off...Are they TRYING to set a precedent in America for a violent revolution? Waging war on civil liberties, teaching our society that law enforcement is almost PURELY corrupt... And you, for some reason, think people under 30 should have ANY faith in their government or law enforcement. Prove to us that there is ANY reason to trust either entity. You can't. They're all bought out liars, on their selfish, greedy agendas.

In Illinois Michael Allison, a 42 year-old man, is facing 75 years in prison for recording police officers. In Illinois, and about 12 other states, it is illegal to record audio without a person's consent. Many civil right advocates say Allison doesn't deserve the same punishment a murderer or rapist would get. Alex Jones, radio host of the Alex Jones Show, tells us the part this plays in the bigger picture.

1 comment:

  1. Great job RT and Alex Jones, the public needs to wake up and see how bad things are getting. Ron Paul would end this insanity. Ron Paul 2012.