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Antifa Rioter has Charges Dismissed.

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posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 09:32 AM
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originally posted by: MiddleInsite
So once again. If the verdict goes the way you want, that's justice. If the verdict goes the other way, it's a total injustice.

Why not let the judges and jury do their job? No need to second guess them.

The hypocrisy on this site when it comes to judges and juries, is astounding.

It's so much like screaming voter fraud when you lose and accepting the results when you win.

So pointing a laser at law enforcement and then when getting arrested resisting arrest is perfectly acceptable ?
You realize you're doing what you accuse us of doing? Typical lefty projecting.
And let's not forget they (the 'elites') want us divided like this (left-vs-right) , so maybe try to rise above that , at least once in a while . As you're always doing this.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 09:35 AM
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a reply to: MiddleInsite

You're kind of naïve . Do you have any idea how many people are charged or not charged due to political considerations?

I've had my car firebombed and a Prosecutor refusing to charge the person who did it because it was during a labor dispute (that I wasn't involved in) and an election year.

I've seen an ex-wife perjure herself stating that her Police Officer ex had threatened her with his weapon. At the time she stated it happened he was testifying in Court. He lost his certification as a Police Officer because of it. His Union wanted no part of it because it was a Woman making the claim. The District Attorney wouldn't press the perjury charge, because, it might prevent other women from coming forward.

Recently a friend told me that the Rittenhouse shooting should have never gone past having a hearing. The entire Prosecution was political. He stated that the Prosecutor was relying on media hype and possibly Jury intimidation. The way the prosecution presented their case told him that they had nothing. Before my friend retired we called him "Your Honor". He was our County's Presiding Judge. If that would have happened here, he would have gotten the case.

Google "The Innocents Project" read how many people have been put in jail, even sent to Death Row based on politically motivated prosecutions. Read about even finding compelling evidence proving innocents, the lengths Prosecutors will go to prevent the conviction from being over turned.

As far as elections go, I support any and all investigations into the possibility of fraud, no matter which Party or Side initiates them. In the 2020 election, the Courts determined nothing. All they did was to show how far they would go to avoid hearing the cases.

If the 2020 election was as honest as the Democrats claim it was, they should be in favor of an investigation. Why are they fighting it tooth and nail?

I live in a County where there is a major City to the South of us. Over the years many people have moved into the Southern part of our County to avoid the taxes and issues of where they used to live. The majority of the County's population is now in the Southern part. The County runs the elections.

In the 2012 election, my Mother, who lived with me, was listed as having voted. When I questioned it, I was told it was an error. When I pressed the issue, I was threatened with arrest. My Mother died in 2010 and was a registered Democrat (a Kennedy Democrat).

In the 2016 election, I was asked to witness a poll worker correct a woman's ballot to show what she wanted. She had hit the touchscreen to vote for Trump, a vote for Hilary came up. This happened in several other places through out the County. When a reporter asked our Head of Elections about it, he blew it off as a "Calibration error". I've programmed touchscreens, if it was a true calibration error, the opposite should have happened as well. It didn't. One of the reasons that I was asked to be a witness and sign a statement was because of a Democrat Poll watcher. When she saw the Poll Worker go over to the woman she came over to whine about the change. If the opposite HAD happened, the local media would have been all over it.

In the 2020 election, I was again asked to witness a ballot being changed. This time when a straight Republican ticket was selected, it showed as a vote for Biden. Until this year my Polling Place was a Vet's Club where I was a member. I was known by the people who worked the elections. They knew that I would help if asked.

I've just listed things that I have personally witnessed, just me. I have posted all of these incidents on ATS when they happened. The touchscreen incident had a link. I don't know if it is still active. Three Presidential elections. Three abnormalities. All three favored the same Party. What are the odds? Personally I don't trust the Media, but, I've seen enough over the last year to make me question the 2020 election.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 09:38 AM
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originally posted by: YouSir

originally posted by: carewemust
OR-CA-WA is where all the dangerous people, thieves, and baby-killers should go to live! Makes the other 47 states better places.




Ummm…according to Obama…that would be the other 54 states…

Sooo…there is that…



YouSir


As long as Oregon Washington and California are not included, I'm fine with including Obama's imaginary states.




posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 09:44 AM
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originally posted by: LordAhriman
I certainly hope those brave officers have recovered form their brutal assault with a laser pointer. I can't imagine going back to normal life after such an attack.

This guy had it coming though. mostly peaceful.



Ummm…imagine…having the job of defending the state…from enraged citizenry…

Do you go home at night and declare your pride of self to the wife and kids…declare your abject pride…that you have defended the very definition of corruption…?

Imagine…standing there…smashing your baton…spraying your sprays…in defense of the most corrupt entities on this planet…

What kind of personality profile fills that niche…fits it like a glove…protects…knowlingly…the proclivities of those that gravitate into power positions…?


They must be so proud of exactly who…and what they are…





YouSir



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 09:51 AM
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originally posted by: face23785
Gee, I wonder why crime is on the rise?

A crim major would learn this in their very first class. No consequences = more crime.


And it's worth noting, a lot of politicians are lawyers. They are familiar with this principle. The only conclusion is that when they make these soft-on-crime laws and policies, it's not out of naivety, it's on purpose.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:10 AM
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a reply to: JIMC5499

Next time an Antifa thug assaults a person, simply defend yourself.




posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:26 AM
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originally posted by: dleeb
No bias or no problems there huh. I guess the message is "if you're protesting/rioting/looting on the side we're on you're fine!" Simply pathetic.


He shone a laser in the face of some cops. That's all he's accused of. Not looting. Not rioting.

Not a light saber, not a phaser, not anything with the ability to do more than temporarily distract or obstruct vision.

note: the right to protest is a First Amendment right.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:28 AM
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a reply to: LordAhriman

Certain laser pointers can cause severe eye damage. it depends on the type of pointer. It also depends on what they are calling a "pointer". I have a laser tube at work that I can put in my shirt pocket, but, can catch paper on fire if I aim it at it.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:35 AM
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a reply to: Byrd

Reading comprehension isn't you're strong suite. First it was a she and SHE was arrested three times. Only once did it say that SHE had a laser pointer. Read the statement below and then follow the link.

"A laser pointer between 5 mW and 499 mW is considered class 3B. This type of laser pointer is very dangerous and exposing anyone to the beam even accidentally is illegal and subject to arrest and incarceration. Although it is no longer illegal to possess or use such a laser, if you expose another person to the beam, even accidentally, it is a criminal offense. Class 3B laser pointers can set paper on fire, melt plastic, scorch wood, and even the diffuse reflection from a wall or piece of paper can cause eye damage. Laser goggles for this power laser and above is usually required by law.

www.laserpointerpro.com...



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:36 AM
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a reply to: JIMC5499

You would think a lefty such as MiddleInsite would see the danger in misuse of the courts considering they constantly proclaim they are wrongfully imprisoning people of color, yet the poster can't see past their own nose, maybe it has grown too large?



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:37 AM
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I guess it would be useful to know what milliwatt the laser was...
American Academy of Opthamology

If a laser with less than five milliwatts of output power is directed at someone's eye, that person can blink or turn away without suffering an eye injury. However, the natural protective mechanisms of the eye – such as the blink reflex – are ineffective against lasers with an output power greater than five milliwatts, and severe retinal damage may occur, even after momentary exposure.
Here's what the FDA advises:
Never aim or shine a laser pointer at anyone.
Don't buy laser pointers for your children.
Before purchasing a laser pointer, make sure it has the following information on the label: a statement that it complies with Chapter 21 CFR (the Code of Federal Regulations); the manufacturer or distributor's name and the date of manufacture; a warning to avoid exposure to laser radiation; and the class designation, ranging from Class I to IIIa.
Class IIIb and IV products should be used only by individuals with proper training and in applications where there is a legitimate need for these high-powered products.


I see that JIMC has enlightened us to the power of the laser that was used by the 'protestor'.
I wonder what they were 'pointing out' with it.... or maybe they were playing with their cat. They certainly weren't using it to blind an officer of the law.... right?

edit on b000000312021-12-30T10:40:44-06:0010America/ChicagoThu, 30 Dec 2021 10:40:44 -06001000000021 by butcherguy because: (no reason given)



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:38 AM
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originally posted by: JIMC5499
a reply to: LordAhriman

Certain laser pointers can cause severe eye damage. it depends on the type of pointer. It also depends on what they are calling a "pointer". I have a laser tube at work that I can put in my shirt pocket, but, can catch paper on fire if I aim it at it.


I invite LordAhriman to point a small pocket laser pointer into their, hopefully they can eventually recover from their little weak eyeballs being scorched by the big mean laser.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:40 AM
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originally posted by: butcherguy
I guess it would be useful to know what milliwatt the laser was...
American Academy of Opthamology

If a laser with less than five milliwatts of output power is directed at someone's eye, that person can blink or turn away without suffering an eye injury. However, the natural protective mechanisms of the eye – such as the blink reflex – are ineffective against lasers with an output power greater than five milliwatts, and severe retinal damage may occur, even after momentary exposure.
Here's what the FDA advises:
Never aim or shine a laser pointer at anyone.
Don't buy laser pointers for your children.
Before purchasing a laser pointer, make sure it has the following information on the label: a statement that it complies with Chapter 21 CFR (the Code of Federal Regulations); the manufacturer or distributor's name and the date of manufacture; a warning to avoid exposure to laser radiation; and the class designation, ranging from Class I to IIIa.
Class IIIb and IV products should be used only by individuals with proper training and in applications where there is a legitimate need for these high-powered products.


*points laser at your eye and you don't blink fast enough*
Well I shouldn't be charged with a crime because you had a split second to blink or turn away! Should of had faster reflexes!



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:40 AM
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a reply to: butcherguy

I agree. Take a look at what I posted above. The laser I use at work is to melt insulation on wires so I can attach test probes. If I play with the lens I can start a fire at 20 ft.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:41 AM
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a reply to: Byrd

wow so causing flash blindness is a legitimate form of first amendment right in the USA good to know.




any laser with a power greater than 5 mW has the potential to immediately and negatively impact vision when viewed directly. Unfortunately, “handheld” lasers greater than 5 mW are readily available through websites from distributors in Asia. A Google search for “high-powered laser pointer” returns many websites selling so-called “laser pointers” rated at up to 2000 mW of power. This is 400 times more powerful than a 5-mW laser, the FDA’s top limit for laser pointers. A 2000-mW laser is capable of popping a balloon or melting plastic from up to 50 feet away.


CONCLUSIONS
Inappropriately used class 3B or 4 lasers should be considered weapons that can cause serious, permanent bodily injury. Even brief exposures to diffused rays of laser beams can cause temporary flash blindness that may last for hours



April 2015 | Trauma Laser Pointer Retinal Injures

Six years on we are no longer worried about the use but the prevention of use???

Who is going to help protect you?



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:42 AM
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originally posted by: JIMC5499
a reply to: butcherguy

I agree. Take a look at what I posted above. The laser I use at work is to melt insulation on wires so I can attach test probes. If I play with the lens I can start a fire at 20 ft.

Yes, thanks for that info.
I did an edit after I saw your post about what the power of the 'pointer' was.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:48 AM
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originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: JIMC5499

Next time an Antifa thug assaults a person, simply defend yourself.



My exact thoughts. Maybe expand that to if anyone assault's you, ya know kinda defend yourself.
Heck one of my cameras pinged my phone to let me know some movement was detected in my back yard.
I have a storm drainage creek that through the back part of my property line. The homeless and drug addicts like to use it. They also like to come into my yard. Ya I am putting a stop to that and I hope my coming out with a MCX blackout and telling the dude he has one chance to walk out of this alive gets around. As in hey guys don't freaking go on his property. I don't give a crap what they do in the creek just stay off my land.
Wow sorry that has just been irking me about how dumb some people are. This is the freaking south man. Not smart to trespass on private land. Really not smart.
So ya just defend yourself be it from Antifa to BLM to crazy Q folks to even hippies.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 10:57 AM
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I know it's in poor taste (that's never stopped me before) but is anyone else humming, "She blinded me with science"?




posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 11:00 AM
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a reply to: butcherguy

I don't know what the power of the pointer was. it wasn't mentioned in the article. I'm just showing the power range of things considered to be laser pointers.



posted on Dec, 30 2021 @ 11:20 AM
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No worries, we should feel safe knowing that this person is now on the FBI's payroll radar ....



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