How FBI Interviews Can Entrap

29 May

Tape recorders.  Don’t leave home without them.

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4 responses to “How FBI Interviews Can Entrap

  1. Roy Dobbs

    May 29, 2016 at 4:32 AM

    Thank you for this Alfred I appreciate it. Roy

  2. Jethro!

    May 29, 2016 at 8:45 AM

    The three rules of dealing with police/agents:
    1. Shut up.
    2. Don’t say anything.
    3. Be quiet.

    • moon

      June 9, 2016 at 9:57 AM

      Jethro, you rock! May I add one more rule to your list? Remain silent.

  3. Richard Donaldson

    May 30, 2016 at 12:33 PM

    Have you seen or heard of Ryan? Check this out! I am so ready for this lawsuit with APD. They are confused. They are going to walk in the courtroom talking about “He has no evidence that it was an illegal search and seizure”, and “We are a department of the City, he should sue the City” and “Texas has Sovereign Immunity in Federal Court”. Lol

    I just have to bring the Original wording of my lawsuit, which emphasized Religious Rights not an illegal search, then just show them a copy of Tx Code Title 5 Chapter 110 where they waive Sovereign Immunity, then US Code Title 42 Chapters 21B and 21C. And once I get my stuff back from the Lab this week I will have a receipt of everything taken. And that’s just where I start, which already negates all of their points in the case.

    From there I can Subpoena the Narcotic Conspiracy Sergeant who knows how long I have been waiting and how hard it has been for me to get my stuff after he told me to go pick it up. I can bring Religious texts, Notarized Articles, etc.

    Then their only hope left will be to say that it was the least restrictive means of achieving a compelling governmental interest, and I will just show how a second group of officers were able to take a sample when they found confusing Religious substances in my car, instead of just taking everything (and they took everything because it wasn’t showing up as Cocaine, Heroine or Meth, that is the opposite of a reason to take everything)

    The real question in the court room will be, “How much do they owe the plaintiff for damages and for Rights Violations under Title 42 Section 1983?” 

    Sent from my iPhone



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