Originally posted by AceWombat04
I can only repeat what I said in my first post. I feel that the people or officers who questioned the woman did so with courtesy, respect, and mild
manners. I don't like the fact that someone can be questioned in such a way as a direct consequence of peaceful assembly, but I do not feel that they
(at least that I could see in this video) violated her rights or privacy in any way.
Yes, they were well restrained, and within parameters. Tried to carry on a civil conversation, and we see what they got. No wonder so many turn into
A-holes after a short time on the job, having to deal with foolishness like that.
Camera Lady, by reacting so negatively to such simple questions, probably get herself put fairly high on some investigator's 'to do' list if they
were real. That just made her look suspicious as hell.
And that, my friend, is why the nice guys go out first, or in the more entertaining cases, the investigator acts nice at first. When they smell blood,
they turn into sharks.
If you don't bleed on 'em, they keep looking for other prey.
Also, they stated time and again that it wasn't because of her mere presence at a protest. Either they thought she heard or saw something, or someone
else heard or saw something concerning her. Her reactions to such simple questions made her look suspicious as they get. All that from a feeler
interview. I wonder what happens if a REAL interview goes down?
It's not like they have the manpower to chase down every single person at a protest. There is SOME reason this woman was singled out as potentially
of interest. This video, if genuine, only gives HER side of the story, and in that case, not only is she hiding something from the FBI, she's hiding
something from the rest of us as well.
[edit on 2010/6/13 by nenothtu]