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Infowars Journalist Arrested, Held for Asking Karl Rove a Question During UT Appearance

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posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 06:31 PM
He asked a question, Groves answered, Reporter called him liar, and resisted arrest, with a lawful purpose. Sound fimmilar? When that one guy called THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES a liar, and was not arrested, nor was told to shut up and sit down? What makes this Grove guy more important then the president.
This whole sitution is another example of un law fullness.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 06:38 PM

Originally posted by m khan
What Karl Rove did was more than just criminal behavior. He helped destroy your country. Defamation of character and slander don't apply because he asked him a question. He didn't get time to call him names.

Did you not watch the video linked on page 2? Here, watch it.

I can't tell what he was yelling when he was trying to yell over Rove, but he clear as day yelled at him that he was a liar right before being escorted out. This "reporter", and I use that term loosely, wasn't asking a question. He was interrupting the person speaking, trying to yell over him, and started calling him a liar and something else I couldn't quite make out instead of waiting 30 seconds for Rove to start letting people ask questions. Then while being escorted out he keeps turning around to go back and then says "I'm not resisting" even though that's exactly what he was doing. Doesn't matter what Rove did, slander, defamation of character, and disrupting an event all still apply. It could have been Hitler up there speaking and as despicable as that man was, I'd still be saying the same thing. You don't get to act like an ass just because you hate the guy giving the speech.

The question here is not whether the journalist was disrupting the peace, the question is whether the police will snatch anyone who disagrees with the govt and lock them up.

Oh the question most certainly is if he was disrupting the peace. If he'd waited 30 seconds and asked his question respectfully he wouldn't have been escorted out. Instead he shows his ass and gets walked out of the room and arrested. I also feel the need to point out that Rove is no longer part of the government. This "reporter" wasn't arrested for disagreeing with the government, he was arrested for disrupting the event. Were he to have done this to someone you liked, you would be calling for him to stay in jail. Again, just because it's someone you don't like doesn't give anyone the right to act like an ass.

We need to disagree with our government. We need to be able to disagree with our government without fear.

Yes we do, but there is a time and a place for everything. The middle of an event 30 seconds before you'll be given a chance to ask a question is not the place to start shouting and behaving like an idiot.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 06:43 PM
This is just a setup.... Karl Rove is tired of his speeches being interrupted... so... they had setup an Infowars Journalist to disrupt his speech, this is to show the world what happens when you jack with the NWO, this is a viral trick to create cause and effect, to show consequences......

I'm sure Alex set this up with Rove and crew... Alex is one of them!!!!

[edit on 20-4-2010 by imitator]

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 06:47 PM
ok first off: if you call yourself a reporter, do not shout your question before the guest even finished his sentence, no matter who it is. There is this thing called respect. Even if it was hitler at the table, you must show respect. Not for him but for the other people around you, that's how you gain friends. The more respect you show the less attention you draw onto yourself by police.

2: This event was held at the University Of Texas, which is a public place. There is nothing private about it, however the police who escorted the reporter is not Austin PD but UT PD which has a few variables on rules. It is at their discretion to stop anything they might consider disturbance to peace.

3: The reporter did move around while being escorted, this by police rules, is enough to be considered resisting arrest, there is no in between. The rule is actualy simple, if the arresting officer has to use more force on restraining you after initial contact its resisting arrest plain and simple. this is also gaged at the officer's discretion.

4: Do Not Ever rant about your rights, this will only infuriate officers even more. instead stay peacefull and bring the video evidence to court to show the judge you are innocent, this is how the process works.

I live in Austin and i've been arrested once and pulled over 3 times. My arrest was for a DWI, i went and told the officer who pulled me over for DWI thanks for saving my life once he brought me to county jail. guess what, when we went in front of the judge 8 months later, he mentioned to the judge i was thankfull for him saving my life. I walked out with just a few fines eventhough i gave a breathlizer test almost twice the legal limit, which should have i landed me straight to jail for a few days and lose my licence. Even the lawyer couldn't believe it. Every other time i got pulled over, nothing bad came out of it and you know why, because i showed respect. There's no such thing as police state, its all about how you carry yourself in this world. Do Not disrespect others.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 06:49 PM
reply to post by ALLis0NE


posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 07:28 PM
reply to post by ALLis0NE

"Infowars doesn't have balls"

I am sorry who was it who snuck into Bohemian Grove? Oh that's right. do you have the balls to to that? no.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 07:39 PM
These Q&A sessions are not to ask any real questions at all.They are photo ops if there are any questions they are softballs in general and most of the time it's just someone heaping praise on the speaker.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 07:41 PM
reply to post by Vinveezy

Yep, he "snuck" in (with the help of a woman who'd protested outside the place for years and said his claims were wrong) and no one in this super-secretive club noticed he didn't belong there. Very believable.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:40 PM
O I wonder what kind of response I will get!
Well here we go again. Don't worry if i seam a little confused. This whole issue is confusing. Is it possible that you are all right from your perspective?

Info wars and Alex Jones and their party including this young whippersnapper are trying to wake you up. I don't care what they do to get attention as long as they get attention. This crony and thousands like him have managed to high jack the world because everyone ignored those who tried to sound the trumpet, like JFK.
I dare say that those who come against any of the efforts of those who are crying out, regardless of their methods, are ignorant of the real message. If your best friend were drowning and I chose to save him in some stupid, ridiculous, far-fetched, unsanitary, disgusting way and it worked would you badger me as some are badgering this young snip?
John the baptist called the pharisees vipers and Jesus was no less polite. Should they have waited, filed papers, had their lawyers represent them in court and hope the jury was not paid? Wake up!
I don't care if they run naked onto Obama's stage during a throne speech to get attention, as long as they get attention.
What most people don't get is that it is to late to stop them, but it is not to late to warn the public of what is coming so they at least can make some choices before it is to late concerning the future.
However, contrarily, some say the problem is that it does not give credibility to infowars when they act in this fashion. That they should clean up their act and quit acting like grown children. They lose a lot of their audience because of these shenanigans. Still how many are out there doing a better job. I am trying but who ever even heard of me. They have one of the largest audiences for their message. And believe me it is true, though they have a bad habit of stretching it sometimes. In fact they only know half of the story.
I have some things i want to share with Alex Jones myself, but although he has not called me a fed he has said in comment that he 'won't go there' and seams to have blocked all communication. This is hypocritical of him as a truth seeker. But that doesn't make him wrong in what else he sees.
And what is wrong with doomsday reporting if their is a real danger out there. Just because you don't believe there is a storm coming from the view from your bathroom window, doesn't mean your right. For crying out loud, look at the evidence. Even in a court of law there is credibility in witnesses testimonies and Alex alone has had many many witnesses not to mention all of the other 'dooms day sayers'.
I tell the kids in my neighborhood not to climb on the big maple in my front yard or they might get hurt. Am I a dooms day sayer? Just happens that about a month ago one of our neighbors kids that walked my daughter to school everyday fell and got caught and ended up hanging in the tree in her back yard.
I am a rational man but I and I don't believe anything without good reason and I have lots of reasons to believe that the New world Order is already in charge and that as early as this summer there will be some major changes in government.
I have 2 sites that 'might' convince you. One is
and the other is a list of youtubes saved on my channel at
Doesn't help me one way or another if anyone looks at them but they are there to help you

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 09:47 PM
reply to post by ALLis0NE

Exactly right, the dude filming even stated "Im from Austin Cop watch." as the loudmouth was being hauled out.

They went there with direct intent to disrupt and get caught.

And it worked, judging from the support here..

Lol... and people who speak anything against IW & PP are the sheep?!

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 10:31 PM
reply to post by Vinveezy

We all know how the Infowars people operate. Only a fool would believe them or defend their behavior. They do everything they can to get arrested on purpose.

I wonder how much money Jones will pocket from this one? If this were for real Jones would just pony up the bail money himself. This is all about getting attention. Even bad attention is profitable.

These jerks are ruining it for the decent people who are just trying to get new honest people elected. Jones and his bunch just give ammunition to those people they claim to be against.

Jones revealed himself for who he really is when he got caught on that video taking over some groups legal demonstration and telling the real people to take a hike because they did not know what they were doing. Anyone who has seen the video would have to be pretty dumb to continue to support this glory hound.

Infowars is a front in my opinion. Associate with him and nobody will ever take you seriously again. He only appeals to young, inexperienced people who don't know any better.

Have you forgotten the phony detainment camp, which was an empty industrial site, in Denver. People, please! Don't let this guy lead you around by the nose while he destroys your reputations and futures. Unless you want to be a 40 year old rebel living in your mothers basement that nobody will hire.

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 10:35 PM
reply to post by badw0lf

This Jones guy is the same as that damn Weather Underground in my day. A bunch of phony pricks only out for themselves. They don't give a damn about anyone's cause. They surround themselves with naive, adolescents who don't know associating with them will ruin their lives. That is why you always see all these young people around Jones. He knows what he's doing and who is easiest to use.

By the time these jerks get done, the real, decent people trying to change things peacefully and the right way get drug into their cesspool.

[edit on 4/20/2010 by Blaine91555]

posted on Apr, 20 2010 @ 10:57 PM

Originally posted by boondock-saint
Rove is the one
who needs to be in jail

what a scumbag and criminal

and he's making money
off of it

*I dont agree with alot of your viewpoints, but this I agree on. And its not just Rove, theres a list of con-artists in on it, and all getting their little scraps from the masters' tables.

** also, I have always wondered: when "code pink" sends someone to make a citizens' arrest, why do they not have a female current or former law inforcement officer do it? Does such a person not exist in their ranks? Surely at least ONE does......? They would probably have a great deal of success, since that pesky Rove has foiled them on more than one feeble attempt. It seems more like PR when they do it, to incite someone else to try as well. If they didnt do that, at least they would have thought about setting a trap for Rove where he is going to appear by already having filed the correct warrants with the local officers for the arrest of Rove? THey had to have thought of that by now...havent they...?

[edit on 20-4-2010 by 12.13.2012]

[edit on 20-4-2010 by 12.13.2012]

posted on Apr, 21 2010 @ 05:04 AM
from the Alex Jones channel

BREAKING STORY: Infowars Journalist Arrested, Held for Asking Karl Rove a Question

posted on Apr, 21 2010 @ 05:26 AM
reply to post by Vinveezy

He didn't sneak into the Bohemian Grove, he was invited.

Members may invite guests to the Grove although those guests are subject to a screening procedure.

All guests are screened. He didn't sneak in, he was invited in.

Then, to get a bunch of sheeple to give him money, he posted a stupid video claiming he snuck in, and ALL OF YOU BOUGHT IT.

You failed.

[edit on 21-4-2010 by ALLis0NE]

posted on Apr, 21 2010 @ 05:44 AM
reply to post by Blaine91555

I agree with you 100%.

There is something not right about Alex Jones. That was instantly noticeable when he disrupted that organized, peaceful, 9/11 truth event that he was actually invited to speak at.

He was invited to speak in front of a microphone on a makeshift stage, but instead shows up late and starts yelling on his blow horn, stepping on someone already making a speech. He was ignoring and cursing at anyone who was trying to speak to him...

He's got an obviously hidden agenda. I don't trust him AT ALL.

Boycott Alex Jones!

posted on Apr, 21 2010 @ 07:14 PM

Originally posted by Vinveezy
reply to post by ALLis0NE

"Infowars doesn't have balls"

I am sorry who was it who snuck into Bohemian Grove? Oh that's right. do you have the balls to to that? no.

There was no need for him to sneak in, that was all for show, as is common with Mr Jones. Also at that event was the journalist Jon Ronson, whose book "Them" is quite enlightening on the subject. Ronson just walked in, as security was very lax, but Jones and Hanson decided they should sneak in through the bushes, I guess to make a more interesting movie.

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