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Desc:Harvey Silverglate on why you shouldn't talk to the FBI.
Category:Educational, Crime
Tags:FBI, Harvey Silverglate
Submitted:Koda Maja
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Jet Bin Fever
Fascinating. I'm not surprised that those goons pull tricks like this. Like the border patrol video from a few months back, I hope more people watch this sort of thing and use their rights.
The Mothership
Fascinating insight into the FBI's tactics, but I didn't need someone to tell me to never to speak to them. I already learned here not to ever speak to the police.
Fascinating use of both a busy tie and a pattern shirt. I guess it helps disguise the ink stains on his unprotected pocket.
Fascinating distribution of legal books, with a fractal algorithm seemingly determining which ones are moved from uniformity with the others.

Also, write your own report after the FBI interview, include the words "gangstalker, targeted individual," and "reptoids."
I've been reading his book, "Three Felonies a Day", which is about how federal law has expanded and become vague to the point where just about every modern professional has committed a crime.

He has a lot of horrifying examples of people being charged with felonies they were unaware of committing. This definitely isn't representative of the efforts of law enforcement as a whole, but it is real shit that has actually happened to people like you and me.

Thank you for the recommendation, I will look for this book. I have always sort of assumed that no law enforcement agency existed which didn't wholesale manufacture crime against everyone else, so my cynicism had me covered. I look forward to reading about the logistics of the trainwreck, however.

Oh, hey, I found some scarezamples!


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