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Sheriff Allows Illegal Trespass

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posted on Dec, 2 2011 @ 11:48 PM
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I searched for a thread on this video. I didn't find one. This video is insane. I live in the state of Indiana, and with recent rights taken away from the civilians of this state, by allowing police to enter a property without a warrant, or probable cause, I think this video shows even more, this state is getting it wrong.

A lady wants to come onto a man's property, in which she already tresspassed the day before. This time she comes with a sheriff. The man records everything. By the end another sheriff enters the mix, but it's not resolved.


Am I crazy or is this woman abusing her power by faking a government ID?




posted on Dec, 3 2011 @ 12:05 AM
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I saw this video a long time ago. It's painful to watch because of the the behavior of the man making the video as well as the complete disregard and violation of the man's rights. In a country that has declared total war on its people, defrauded them of their money and intends to lock them up indefinitely I am not surprised by anything.
There is no rule of law left in the USA except a ridiculous burden of unfathomably twisted legal fiction designed to entrap, imprison and enslave citizens. Free pass to anyone within the system and its violent enforcers.



posted on Dec, 3 2011 @ 12:17 AM
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Originally posted by addygrace
Am I crazy or is this woman abusing her power by faking a government ID?


The former, there is no reason to believe this person was not a heath inspector. This was hotly debated on youtube 2 years ago, why post it here now? From Youtube (synopsis) of the final facts:

Ohio Revised Code 2911.21(A) exempts people with "privilege" to enter private property. ORC 3709.22 allows boards of health districts to provide inspections to prevent disease. Generally, state laws against trespassing exempt government agents for certain purposes. And since she searched areas not protected by the U.S. 4th Amendment, it is not a constitutional requirement that she get a warrant.



posted on Dec, 3 2011 @ 01:16 AM
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not even your house is yours. this hard to watch.

if i was him, i'd find where this health inspector lives and throw a bunch of syringes in her backyard and call the health board.



posted on Dec, 3 2011 @ 02:28 AM
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I have run into bureaucrats just like that lady that were working for the state.

First they think they have law enforcement powers when many times they know they don't.

Also many times they are also working for other non government groups.

Working in the mining industry i ran into a few that worked for state agencies but also reported everything they found to environmental groups.

Then the environmental groups would use information they got by illegally from the government agent to sue in court

I always had a form for every government agent to sign that was a privacy statement that they could not release any propriety information on any thing seen on the mining property..
A few of the other miner used my form when they had visitors.

One got sued by a environmental groups in state court and tried to call the state agent to testify.
The mine owner showed the judge the privacy statement and the judge refused to allow the state agent on the stand.
Then they tried to call to of there environmental group members that had trespassed on posted property and the judge did not allow that ether because they had committed a crime of trespass.

If the state agent had not wanted to sign the privacy statement we would not allow them on and if they brought the shierff (who did a little mining on his days off)that was friends with most of the miners he would advise them to sign the form or he could not help them.



posted on Dec, 3 2011 @ 02:59 AM
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Originally posted by Zaphod
 

The former, there is no reason to believe this person was not a heath inspector. This was hotly debated on youtube 2 years ago, why post it here now? From Youtube (synopsis) of the final facts:
Well we don't know. I said that because, I thought it was odd she had a "W" instead of her last name. When does that ever happen? You would think any governmant agency, especially locally would want to be transparent, as to not cause any danger to a health inspector because their name badge looks like she made it at her computer.

Ohio Revised Code 2911.21(A) exempts people with "privilege" to enter private property. ORC 3709.22 allows boards of health districts to provide inspections to prevent disease. Generally, state laws against trespassing exempt government agents for certain purposes. And since she searched areas not protected by the U.S. 4th Amendment, it is not a constitutional requirement that she get a warrant.
We don't know if she searched areas covered by the 4th amendment because we don't know if a judge would consider his dirt work covered by the amendment or not. If he's privatized his yard in any way, that could be enough for coverage under the amendment. Also, this happened in Indiana, not Ohio. IC 16-20-1-23 is the relevent Indiana code.

At least one court in Indiana said "IC 16-20-1-23 should be interpreted to require that the WCHD must obtain judicial permission prior to conducting a health inspection, unless there is permission or exigent circumstances."



posted on Dec, 3 2011 @ 05:45 PM
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Originally posted by 0001391
There is no rule of law left in the USA except a ridiculous burden of unfathomably twisted legal fiction designed to entrap, imprison and enslave citizens. Free pass to anyone within the system and its violent enforcers.


Bammer made a mockery of rule of law last august when he announced that all 30 million illegals in america can openly stay here in brazen defiance of laws passed by congress.



posted on Dec, 4 2011 @ 02:54 PM
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While I may see it that a property in the sense of the fourth amendment, should include enclosed as well as outdoor areas, I actually think it's pretty frakking awesome that you posted the factual code this situation falls under.

Awesome work. We need more folks like you on here... in far more varying genres of study as well!!!

Damn those 'in plain sight' technicalities!!!



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