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|Mineral_Estate_Grantee||Re: Example of remaining silent, but yet not remaining silent|
|Rod_Seiad||Re: Example of remaining silent, but yet not remaining silent|
Clearly the LEOs weren't up on their law.
4 uniformed officers, led by a sargent was a show of force. For what or why wasn't told.
Did the video camera incapacitate the badges and sworn duties?
Discretion and good judgement by the commander saved the squad to be redeployed to worse problems.
I do agree with your parallel example of small-scale miners and our dwindling rights. One miner at a time who receives that volume of intimidation normally will surrender his rights just because it's the path of least resistance. But that's wrong.
Rights are worth defending..
|Mineral_Estate_Grantee||Example of remaining silent, but yet not remaining silent|
This following clip is an example of knowing your rights/law and asserting them/it.
Citizen Teaches Cops About The Law
Miners/Property Owners, Are you studied up on your Bag O' Law? http://www.jeffersonminingdistrict.com/BoL/BoL.html