Monday, June 15, 2020

Seattle Police Intimidation FAIL: King County Downtown Public Health Center Want Constitutional Rights Violated

A man visits the King County Downtown Public Health Center ( Covid-19 screening site and records from unrestricted public space. King County workers and Seattle Police respond by violating a myriad of laws and ethical codes (listed below) as they attempt to convert constitutional rights into a crime.

Also see the Part 2 / Follow Up.

0:00 - INTRO
1:25 - Email tip
1:31 - Security approaches and makes several false statements
7:30 - Front of King County Downtown Public Health Center
8:42 - King County manager approaches and stands 1 foot away from me
10:09 - King County manager makes physical contact with ATUSA
11:02 - King County puts hand in my face during cam-back
13:03 - King County medical guy accuses me of doing what he's doing
13:48 - 14:44 - Security # 2 makes false claims and is proven wrong by reality
15:04 - "Do you hope they're (police) going to violate our civil rights when they get here?"
16:42 - Seattle Police arrive, try to intimidate and make fools of themselves
20:04 - Seattle Police officer has ever heard of SPD's ethical policing manual
21:11 - I request for a supervisor
23:21 - "Did you know you were called here to violate constitutional rights?"
25:20 - Officer tries to force me onto the property he ordered me to stay off of
26:15 - Officer: "I've been doing this for 12 years"
26:31 - I can't hold my tongue
26:48 - "...Men in costumes..."
27:18 - Sergeant arrives, is rude and refuses my 5.140 complaint
29:34 - Sergeant: "Are they committing any crimes right now?"
30:15 - Sergeant identifies
30:26 - Dismissed
30:37 - Truth hurts ("spinning")
31:14 - I talk to livestream viewers
32:29 - Dismissed again
33:07 - Truth hurts #2
33:47 - Eye contact + drives of shame
34:53 - Truth hurts #3 + Security dances
35:58 - Debrief with ATUSA
37:11 - "They do things like that here"
37:57 - Talking to livestream + conclusion
39:35 - Watch the uncut live-streamed follow-Up:

 United States Constitution, A. #1, #4, #14
- Washington State Constitution Article I, SEC. 1-35
- RCW 9A.04.020 "Principles of construction"
- RCW 9A.36.070 "Coercion"
- RCW 9A.52.090 “Criminal Trespass—Defenses”
- RCW 9A.72.080 “Statement of what one does not know to be true”
- RCW 9A.80.010 "Official Misconduct (Abuse of Office)"
- RCW 9A.84.010 "Criminal Mischief"
- King County Ethics Code 3.04.015(b) "Policy"
- King County Ethics Code 3.04.020(b/g) "Just & Equitable Treatment"
- Seattle City Ethics Code. 4.16.020 "Purpose"
- S.M.C. 14.06.010 - .030 "Unfair Public Accommodations Practices"
- 5.001-POL "Standards & Duties"
- 5.140-POL "Bias-Free Policing"
- 6.220-POL - "Voluntary Contacts, Terry Stops and Detentions"
- 18 U.S.Code § 241 "Conspiracy Against Rights"
- 18 U.S.Code § 245 "Federally Protected Activities"

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