Tuesday, June 12, 2018

VIDEO: WA State Workers Think Their Hurt Feeling Trump Constitutional Rights

(Seattle, WA) - Recently a man visiting the Washington State Department of Transportation: Good to Go! Customer Service Center in Seattle filmed his experience filing a public records request while armed. In the video, state workers attempt block the man's camera and tell he he can't exercise his constitutional rights.


TIMECODE
(0:35) Previously on Cameras Everywhere.
(2:15) I request public records.
(2:46) Public Copy of Public Record Request.
(3:23) Fragile WSDOT employee tells me "You cannot film..." and tries to obstruct documentary footage.
(3:42) I tell fragile employee that I have "no respect" for his personal policy. 
(3:55) I apologize to female WSDOT employee for prior false accusation. 
(4:21) Fragile employee gets upset / tries to block camera. 
(4:59) I converse with female manager about FOIA.
(6:04) Fragile employee holds papers in front of his face.
(6:09) Lady customer questions my right to film.
(6:42) I say "Your rights don't end where my feelings begin."
(6:57) Fast forward waiting / snowflake melting.
(7:35) Fragile employee acts guilty / Manager provides receipt. 
(8:17) Public Records acknowledgement letter from WSDOT.

GENERAL RESULTS & APPLICABLE LAWS
Fragile public employee displays disdain for citizen freedoms:
- United States Constitution #1, #2, #14
- WAC 468-300-806. #1 & #4, a-e  
- RCW 9A.04.020 "Principals of construction"
- RCW 9A.36.070 "Coercion"
- RCW 9A.52.070-.090 "Criminal Trespass"
- RCW 9A.80.010 "Official Misconduct"
- RCW 9A.84.10 "Criminal Mischief"
- RCW 42.52.200 "Agency Rules"
- RCW 42.56.030 "Construction"
- RCW 42.56 "Public Records Act"
- RCW 9A.04.020, 1; a-b-c-d
- RCW 42.50 - "Ethics in Public Service"
- 18. U.S. Code § 241 "Conspiracy against rights" 
- 42 U.S. Code § 1983 "Civil action for deprivation of rights"
- SMCode 14.06.010 - .030 "Unfair Public Accommodations Practices"
- 5 U.S.C. § 552 - "Freedom of Information Act"
- 8 U.S.C. § 241 - "Conspiracy against rights"

Monday, May 7, 2018

VIDEO: WA State Public Servant Grabs Camera, Violates Lawful Citizen

(Seattle, WA) - A man recently visited the Washington State Department of Transportation: Good to Go! Customer Service Center in Seattle in order to ask questions about obtaining a "Good to Go" pass for tolled highways and film the process. Upon arriving workers of Washington State almost immediately begin committing crimes against the man including coercion, criminal mischief and official misconduct. 


VIDEO TIMECODE BY VIDEOGRAPHER
(0:34) I browse Good to Go! customer reviews.
(2:02) Video of firearm restriction sign with relevant code.
(2:35 ) I confirm that I am in State Building.
(2:29) Customer Advocate Manager says "no pictures."
(2:57) I film and question unlawful sign.
(3:15) Public servant refuses service and tries to block camera.
(3:29) I converse with managers about unlawful signage, misconduct and coercion against civil rights. Managers fail to answer simple questions and are not familiar with their own ethical policies.
(4:05) I inform managers of their "Unfair Public Accommodations Practices" and discrimination according to SMC 14.06.
(4:24) Managers admit discrimination and their ongoing attempts to violate citizen's 1st amendment rights.
(7:58) I tell them I am press and inform them that "In public areas there is no distinction between individuals employees by media organizations and those who are not."
(11:59) I tell them their restrictions on photography are unlawful and they are dumbfounded.
(12:30) I offer to show Managers the laws they are violating and they refuse to be educated.
(13:07) I ask for customer service and am denied by 2nd public servant who threatens to "sue me back to the stone ages," then REACHES OVER THE DESK, GRABS AND HOLDS ON TO MY PROPERTY.
(13:40) CITATIONS
(13:59) I SAY "NO!" TO UNLAWFUL REQUESTS and PUBLIC SERVANT ATTEMPTS TO CALL POLICE.
(14:09) Body cam provides second angle of PUBLIC SERVANT
(14:40) 3rd customer service rep says that I can't film in public "according to my rules" then blocks camera.
(15:00) I tell him his behavior is "unethical", but he doesn't care.
(15:03) Ethical public employee wants to intervene to help me. 
(15:10) Customer service managers refuse to intervene.
(15:19) Public servant says "I want him arrested."
(16:19) Public servant says "There's no proof of me grabbing the camera" while on at least 3 cameras."
(16:33) Ethical public employee intervenes, deescalates and provides excellent and efficent customer service.
(18:48) Ethical public employee describes Good to Go! business model, which includes photographing license plates in public.
(21:55) Unethical customer service managers refuse to identify public employees to a member of the public.
(23:09) I apologize to a manager for calling him "belligerent."
(24:10) I get a drink of water and see the public servant again; he does the walk of shame.
(24:38) I try to wait for the police, but they are not coming.
(25:05) I show manager the U.S. constitution, my press pass and other obligatory ethical codes. 
(26:51) Customer Advocate Manager says I can "take all the pictures I want," but still asks that I not photograph public employees in public.
(29:26) Lady Manager continues to argue that public employees have a reasonable expectation of privacy when working in public. I explain what "reasonable" means, Manager says "you're right" and then I leave.

GENERAL RESULTS & APPLICABLE LAWS
Public employees display disdain for freedoms of citizens.
Violations include, but are not limited to:
- United States Constitution #1, #14
- SMCode. 14.06.010 - .030 - "Discrimination"
- RCW 9A.80.010 - “Official Misconduct”
- RCW 9A.84.010 - “Criminal Mischief”
- RCW 9A.36.070 - “Coercion”
- RCW 42.20.100 - “Failure of Duty by Public Officer”   
- RCW 9A.04.020, 1; a-b-c-d
- RCW 42.50 - "Ethics in Public Service"
- 42 U.S.C. 1983 - "Deprivation of Rights"

Sunday, January 21, 2018

VIDEO: Constitutional Rights Could Be Terrorism Say Seattle Police & Federal Agents - 4th & 1st Amendment Audit

(Seattle, Washington) - A man visits the U.S. Post Office at Wedgwood Station to do business and film what he can see only from unsecured, unrestricted, public-access areas (01:20). An angry postal worker calls 911 within about 30 seconds of first contact and repeatedly violates federal and state ethics, local codes and official policies.

Postal Worker makes a false report to 911 (03:50) insults the man repeatedly (04:32) and flees when asked simple questions.



AGENCY RESULTS
► Federal Agents: FAILURE
► U.S.P.S Wedgwood Station, Seattle: FAILURE
► Seattle Police Department (North Precinct): PASS [minus]

GENERAL RESULTS & APPLICABLE LAWS
Federal agents and police fail to issue trespass warning or conduct proper investigation; display disdain for basic civil rights freedoms:

►Federal Law
- U.S. Const. amend. #1 & #4
- FPS Information Bulletin USDHS-FPS-TMD-HQ-IB-012-2010
- USPS, Poster 7: "Rules and Regulations"
- 5 CFR 2635.101 - "Basic obligation of public service"
- 33 CFR 105.260 - "Security measures for restricted areas"
- 39 CFR § 232.1 "Conduct on postal property"
- 39 CFR, 1-F, §447.21 "Prohibited conduct"
- 41 CFR 102-74.420 "What is the policy concerning photographs for news, advertising or commercial purposes?"
- 18. U.S. Code § 241 "Conspiracy against rights"
- 42 U.S. Code § 1983 "Civil action for deprivation of rights"
- RARC-WP-15-001 "Vision for the future"

► State Law
- WAC 468-300-806. #1 & #4, a-e
- RCW 9A.04.020 "Principals of construction"
- RCW 9A.36.070 "Coercion"
- RCW 9A.52.070-.090 "Criminal Trespass"
- RCW 9A.80.010 "Official Misconduct"
- RCW 9A.84.10 "Criminal Mischief"
- RCW 42.52.200 "Agency Rules"
- RCW 42.56.030 "Construction"

► Local Code & Policy
- SMCode 12A.08.040.C. #2
- SMCode 14.06.010 - .030 "Unfair Public Accommodations Practices"
- City Ethics Code.  4.16.020 "Purpose"
- 5.001-POL, "Standards & Duties" #2, #13 & #16
- 5.140-POL, "Bias-Free Policing" #1, #2, #9
- 5.160-POL, "Citizen Observation of Officers"
- 6.220-POL, "Voluntary Contacts and Detentions"
- 665.2-USPS Conduct Standards, "prohibited conduct"

Bill of Rights:
https://repository.ecacolleges.com/PortalResources/PDF/ConstitutionDay/billofrights.pdf