#OWS Teach-In: What to Say to the Police

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“Am I free to go? Am I being detained? I do not consent to this search.”

COMO Police in Action

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on Feb 29, 2012

New York, Feb. 26– The first part of a smart, lively and well-grounded training session on the fine points of dealing with the NYPD during an actual or potential arrest situation, held in Tompkins Square during Occupy the Town Square. The Sunday afternoon events included a teach-in by Health Care for the 99% on New York’s acute hospital crisis; info on a bike repair workshop at the 60 Wall Street Atrium and display of a whole range of art and performance pieces made by East Villagers for Occupy Wall Street.

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What To Do If You Get Stopped By The Police by Karl Denninger

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Another post worthy of repeating; first posted Jan. 20, 2006 on my old blog. ~ Lo

by Karl Denninger

The legal system in the US is one arm of the octopus we call “The System.” It was designed by and is used for the benefit of those who control our society. It was not designed to protect the “rights” of those who oppose capitalism or business as usual.

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BUSTED: The Citizen’s Guide to Surviving Police Encounters (must-see video)

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COMO Police in Action

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Originally posted on my old blog: June 30, 2006

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How to exercise your constitutional rights during encounters with police.

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