Illegal Search – Lincoln Police Try to Seize House After Search

December 21, 2010

Local Lincoln, Nebraska police seize a families house after responding to a man playing with a crossbow in his backyard. A neighbor had called local police, to report this incident. Local police then told his wife that they would seize their house after she refused to let them search her home.

She stated police officers would need a search warrant to enter her home when they asked to come inside her premises. One officer then told her that they could and would seize their home. Her husband was arrested after an alleged altercation with two officers.

Police claimed her husband may have assaulted two officers. His wife claimed he did nothing wrong. Police initially responded to her neighbor’s call, as it is allegedly illegal to shoot a bow and arrow within Lincoln, Nebraska city limits.

You can watch video footage below of incident from a Reality Unknown YouTube channel. Coincidentally, a person on Facebook had posted a link to an original twenty minute video under a YouTube corneliuscomedy username. I noticed that when I tried to view it directly on YouTube, a message stated it was removed by that user, but I was able to download it to my local computer.

I will keep both parts up. So far nobody has asked me to remove them. I split an original video uploaded to YouTube that was twenty minutes long.

It seems that at an end of part two, an original video may have been longer than twenty minutes. Unless a lady filming, stopped her camera, but it seems like there is more video. If I’m able to find an entire video of this incident, I will upload any additional parts.

UPDATE: In January 2015, Stephanie Shaw requested I pull both video clips. As a matter of fact she claimed copyright infringement and now I have a copyright strike. I learned my lesson trying to help out some white people.

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Anarchism – an Only Hope For Real Freedom Peace and Prosperity?

Anarchism is The Only Hope

Lessons from a Spanish civil war. Anarchism is an only hope that a working class have to improve their life and stop exploitation. We anarchists, follow this Bakinin statement: “The power pervert the man!”.

During a Spanish civil war I witnessed how well organized anarchist unions (Sindicados) were in Catalunya and Aragon. It’s not a myth anymore. I am in close contact with Spanish “companeros” and I see how a working class is protected against exploitation.

We need to restore a workers pride and dignity, they should join us Anarchists, because capitalists will never give them a chance to improve their lives; on a contrary, they use cheaper workers overseas. We Anarchists are an only hope of some proletariat and day by day we are growing and become important in our class struggle. George Sossenko is an eighty eight year old veteran of a Spanish civil war.

At an age of sixteen, he left his home in France to fight against Franco’s fascists with anarchists of the Durruti column. A dedicated, life long anarchist, George is still an active organizer as he travels and gives lectures on this important period in revolutionary history. Filmed at a New York City anarchist book fair in May two thousand eight by David Buccola.

Police Seizure

Local Lincoln, Nebraska police seize a families house after responding to a man playing with a crossbow in his backyard. A neighbor had called local police, to report this incident. Local police then told his wife that they would seize their house after she refused to let them search her home.

She stated police officers would need a search warrant to enter her home when they asked to come inside her premises. One officer then told her that they could and would seize their home. Her husband was arrested after an alleged altercation with two officers.

Police claimed her husband may have assaulted two officers. His wife claimed he did nothing wrong. Police initially responded to her neighbor’s call, as it is allegedly illegal to shoot a bow and arrow within Lincoln, Nebraska city limits.

Is anarchism an only hope for real peace and prosperity?

Police Misconduct – Reasons Why You Should Never Talk With Police

James Duane, a professor at Regent law school and a former defense attorney, tells you why you should never agree to interview with police and explains why innocent people should never talk to police. George Bruch from the Virginia Beach police department responds to professor James Duane’s presentation. Legally, police are allowed to lie during police interrogations also known as interviews.

Police often times pressure people into admitting guilt, even when they are innocent. Police are trained to try to get a written confession. Even defense attorneys like James Duane will often times recommend an individual obtain legal counsel, even if they are innocent.

A verbal and or written confession can become devastating to an individual. There are cases when individuals have convictions overturned based on false confessions brought about by coercion. However, this might be an exception rather than a rule.

Mr. Duane’s overall assertion is that individuals should have an attorney or lawyer present when interacting with Police. Also, individuals can assert their fifth amendment right which allows them protection from self incrimination. Innocent people do get jail time and or sentenced believe it or not because they failed to obtain legal counsel to defend them.

With America’s Police state ever becoming more terrorist in my eyes, avoiding self incrimination is all too important. Even if you cannot afford paid legal counsel, a public defender at least is a witness of what was being discussed. James Duane brings up this point of having a witness, even juveniles having a parent as a witness is described.

The legal system can destroy even an innocent persons life. Police are not immune to corruption either. With a persons physical freedom at stake, why wouldn’t people take interacting with Police more seriously?

Curious about whether or not refraining from talking to Police is good legal advice?