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request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

Discussion in 'GoldBase' started by Jeff Jacobsen, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    I sent my sprinkler tech video to the Hemet Sheriff's office last week. Two days ago Sgt. Roach left me a message while I was at work that they had watched the video. He said he was at Gold that day and told the scilons there could be liability if they continued spraying protesters.

    Sgt. Roach asked that if there is a protest planned or about to happen, to please let them know so if they can they'll come by and check on things. He didn't tell which phone # to use but the Hemet station general # is (951) 791-3400.

    So I'd suggest that one person if possible be the contact person so there can be a relationship of sorts built and so people aren't willy-nilly calling the Sheriff's department with duplicating phone calls.

    I think the Sheriff's dept. is starting to get that the scilons are pretty nasty toward us and that WE are the ones who need protection. I mean, what have any of us done? The worst I can think of is AGP stepping on pansies.
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  2. Anon1720 Member

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    Another win today? My heart is going to give out soon. Hey OSA....getting any sleep lately?
  3. CantPickaName Member

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    I still LOL hard when I think of how they said those pansies were $4000.00

    I was browsing nurseries today and pansies were 3 to 5 bucks a pot

    4 grand!! LOL
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  4. Herro Member

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    Good news. Well done.
  5. anonsparrow Member

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    All Your Gold Base...
  6. xBLiTZxKRiEGx Member

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    ARE BELONG TO XENU
  7. ARC Member

    El Oh El

    PS: Remember that it's not an obligation, only a courtesy. If you want to surprise the Scilons with a baloon or whatever, you might want to refrain from giving advance warning to the sheriff.
  8. caekanon Member

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    Could just give them the courtesy of calling them right when we get there. That way if they're in with the Scis then it's still a surprise to the scis and the sheriff still knows we're there and can check on things if he wants.
  9. pacora Member

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    I can tell you from personal experience that keeping the lines of communication open with RSO is not a bad idea. During our protest against David Allyn Dokich, I had the cell phone numbers of two department lieutenants and the corporal in charge of V.O.R.T. (sex offender squad).

    Do not, however, let your guard down. It took many months of our time to "educate" RSO on the Constitution, county laws, etc. Just because they wear a badge does not mean they know the law;-)

    We let them know when they were wrong but we also let them know when they were doing something right.

    When Dokich was picked up on a violation and put back in jail, we all made it a point to go to the station to say, "Thank You". Because after all it was they who tracked him not parole. The corporal told us that in 17 years on the job, he had never had anybody come into the station to offer their gratitude. But I digress.

    To this day members of the MVPP (Mead Valley Pervert Patrol) enjoy a good relationship with Perris RSO.

    It's up to your protestors to make the decision on whether to announce your protests, but never forget that you are never required to do so.

    Take care.
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  10. Ima Nonymous Member

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    I look forward to the day I can walk into the Riverside station and say "Thank-You".
    I'll bring caek.
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  11. Smurf Member

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    Sgt. Bill Roach.. his direct line at Hemet Station.. (951) 791 3409.

    Sgt. Roach is in charge of the Human Trafficking Division at RCSD.
  12. SouthSideAnon Member

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    Again, I'd like to see their permit to plant all the landscaping, as well as the fence etc...considering most of it is on Public property. And yes, pansies are an annual and can be bought as cheap as 1.99 a six pack.

    Amazing what a little publicity does for LE. : )

    Either way...Thank you to whomever sent in the footage and established that comm line.
  13. Anonymous Member

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    but you have to look at it from a silons perspective .
    these are the people who are prepared to pay $10,000 for a baseball cap
  14. Smurf Member

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    Of course, the windbag will have to present evidence of the cost of the pansies and that evidence will be closely scrutinized.

    One more opportunity to show Catherine Fraser's penchant for pathological lying.
  15. anonymous1312 Member

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    ^^^^
    THIS

    Police can be arrogant, wilful and annoying but you need to know your stuff, have reference material even and be firm with them. Call them on mistakes, assume it was innocent even though sometimes you may be sure it isn't (that said make formal complaints where actions exceed what they should be doing) and praise them for being right.
  16. anonymous1312 Member

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    It might go something like this:

    AGP crossed a bed of pansies. AGP is full of entheta and so contaminated the whole bed of pansies (250) with entheta. As a result the whole lot had to be dug up to a depth of 2 feet and replaced; includes new top soil.

    Further more everyone who worked on the bed of pansies (10 people for 5 hours) was also contaminated with entheta and so enturbulated, as a result they all had to under go expensive de-entheta-ization and de-enturbulation programs. So thats:

    Pansies: $100
    Top soil: $100
    Labor: $5.00
    De-entheta-ization and de-enturbulation programs,

    oh wait did I say $4,000? Duh where did I get that from? It should be $40,000. Sorry. :)
  17. V for Anon Member

  18. ARC Member

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    Now you're thinking with portals.

    I was just thinking somehting simple like

    Pansies: $40.000
    Bought from: Theta flowers Inc. Owner: Thomas W. Davis
  19. arturoui Member

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    You win.
    Over 9000 Nazi Internets.

    Es grüßt
    Herr Ui
  20. crockhat Member

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    I think the scilons are applying their standard 4000% markup. They're so used to bilking their 'church members' the markup is added subconsciously to any price they throw out now....
  21. Anonymous Member

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    hang in there rummy (high road and all) :)
  22. OTBT Member

  23. Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    well hose me down! I haven't had an infraction in a long time.
    is hoseing me down close enough to being on topic?

    RCSD has a human trafficking division?

    Does anyone bring raincoats and rubber boots to protest at Goal Base?
    the pointy tip on an unbrella might look too much like a "weapon"
  24. fitch2000 Member

    Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that 600,000 to 800,000 men, women and children are trafficked against their will across international borders. Of those, 14,500 to 17,500 are trafficked into the United States.

    The U.S. Department of Justice also notes that traffickers use various techniques to instill fear in their victims and keep them enslaved:

    * Debt bondage - financial obligations, honor-bound to satisfy debt
    * Isolation from the public - limiting contact with outsiders and making sure that any contact is monitored or superficial in nature
    * Isolation from family members and members of their ethnic and religious community
    * Confiscation of passports, visas and/or identification documents
    * Use or threat of violence toward victims and/or families of victims
    * The threat of shaming victims by exposing circumstances to family
    * Telling victims they will be imprisoned or deported for immigration violations if they contact authorities
    * Control of the victims' money, e.g., holding their money for "safe-keeping"

    hmmm sounds familiar

    -freeloader debt
    -wogs(non-scientologist) are evil, here Katie have a handler with you lol
    -work 24/7, sorry you can have 1/2 hour with your family for dinner, maybe
    -confiscation of dox
    -if you leave you will die
    -if you leave you will be disconnected from family because you must be a criminal
    -they have no money lol

    wonder what part of this the FBI doesn't understand?
  25. OTBT Member

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    I don't really know where to put this info, so I'll just leave it here.

    U.S. Department of Labor - Employment Standards Administration (ESA) - Wage and Hour Division (WHD) - Minimum Wage Laws in the States - January 1, 2008

    Okeydokey, here is Labor Code section 510 for exceptions:

    California Labor Code Section 510 - California Attorney Resources - California Laws

  26. Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    Finally, Riverside Sheriff's Dept. seem to be pulling their heads out of their asses.
  27. ScudMuffin Member

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    California legislates minimum rates of overtime? I'm living in the wrong place.
  28. PagAnon Member

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    Yeah but they also charge you through the nose for just about everything. Rent is ridiculous here.
  29. Anonymous Member

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    Basically CA wiped out OT, hourly workers are always split into shifts. Instead of getting more pay from OT, people are forced to get several jobs, no one job exceeding 40 hours. Salaried skilled workers are being compensated for their completed tasks. If you don't complete your task in your own way (meaning own time), you are fired anyway.
  30. Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    Labor: $5.00 lmao.................did someone get a raise? Do pansies have thetans?
  31. Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    This drives me crazy.

    Why are Scientology gulag-operating properties considered hallowed grounds and authorities never enter?

    There are only a mere 13 million+ entries on the Google search engine concerning Scientology/Abuses if they have a moment to look for corroborating information.

    GOOGLE:
    Scientology / Abuses
  32. Enturbulata Member

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    Consider that this bunch of criminal dupes pay $320,000 for a bad science fiction story and by then they're so brainwashed they just cough it right up.
  33. xenubarb Member

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    I apparently have $2000 worth of pansies in my planter boxes. Happily I bought them at Home Depot, so they were under $10.
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  34. Ogsonofgroo Member

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    Yeh, guess this pile of poos is coming up soon so a bump times, it still makes me go WTF!?! Up here we were getting flats of 200 pansies for around 15-20$..
    ~this means for the cult's claim of 4,000$ worth of destroyed shubbery AGP would have worn his little pink booties out and been-a-stomping for days n' days lolol.
    I think we did teh proper math in USD when this happened, it was liek 200$ incl. labor.
    But, as others have rightly stated, they get folks ta pay 300k for nothing but grief and bs,
    100$ flowers lol.
    Yikes!

    LRon Hubbard> A [strike]30[/strike] [strike]20[/strike] 5 watt bulb, plugged into a 60 watt idea, lighting up the world on a 1.5AA battery... Sukkkkahz!

    :)
  35. LarryBren Member

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    And the thing is that is not even really crossing a bed of pansies in a proper fashion. In fact it is quite amateur.

    THIS is crossing a bed of pansies the right way!!! Brought to you by the New Hampshire Anonymous 1st Mechanized Division:

    warwagon1.jpg

    If you're going to "stomp" pansies, I say do it right!
  36. Vir Member

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  38. AnomAnom Member

    Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    Pardon my ignorance, but what about pulling some old tricks out of the bag... think Psy-Ops/Resistance/POWs.

    First thing that comes to my mind: LEAFLETS. Big or small (heck, think fortune cookie size) I like what someone somewhere had written, that went something like "Jump and the net will be there." exsea.org and the toll-free number, or whatever.

    My $0.02
  39. Anonymous Member

    Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    inflation means your $0.02 is worth nothing.
    Necromancing a 6 month old thread with advice that has been tried for 20 years ongoing, drags it into a negative value.

    You owe me $0.50

    [ To understand why leaflets are pointless, try learning about the local geography. ]
  40. AnomAnom Member

    Re: request from Sheriff's Dept. re: Gold Base protests

    I have tried to find references anywhere online to air-dropped (or similar) leaflets to Gold Base. I have been unsuccessful.

    I was unaware that it was a crime to resuscitate old threads... People always say "lurk moar" and "search the forums first." I do that and get bonked on the head for it?

    Anyway, to me, this seems like a good way to get a message to lots of people there. It would certainly make them think a little, no?

    Imagine if the flyers were fortune-cookie-sized, and printed on a material like Tyvek... The things would continue to give benefit for YEARS.

    Seems like a good idea to me.

    If the leaflets needed to be somewhat more dense because of heavy winds or something, so be it -- think guitar picks. Prevailing winds would be less of an issue, and could be compensated for. Why is this not good stuff?

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