POLICE CLAIM THE PUBLIC CAN'T USE "WORDS IN THE ENGLISH DICTIONARY" TO FIND OUT ABOUT FACIAL RECOGNITION | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

POLICE CLAIM THE PUBLIC CAN'T USE "WORDS IN THE ENGLISH DICTIONARY" TO FIND OUT ABOUT FACIAL RECOGNITION

According to an article in Muckrock, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office (HCSO) doesn't want the public to know about their 'secret' facial recognition cameras.

Police in Minneapolis are going to great lengths, to keep the public from discovering how they're being spied on.

Last weekend, Tony Webster was notified that the HCSO was asking the Supreme Court to postpone the release of their facial recognition documents.

“I sent the [FOI] request to a bunch of different agencies in the Twin Cities metro area and the state police, and for the most part none of them had any problem complying with the request in a proper manner. They provided the documents and emails and it was really no big deal,” he says. All except for the HCSO, in the county which seats Minneapolis and thus the most populous in the state.

The Star Tribune revealed that the HCSO has been secretly using facial recognition cameras since 2013.

Is DHS and law enforcement using the 2018 Superbowl as an excuse to create a 'secret' facial recognition system?

“First and foremost I want access to the data because from the stuff I was able to see before the stay went into effect they’ve been using facial recognition technology for three years and it had never been disclosed to the public. They were also in talks with a vendor to do real time facial recognition with government and privately owned cameras in downtown Minneapolis.It seems that they are working toward a deadline for having some solution in place before the Super Bowl here next year. No one had seemed to know about this said Webster.”

According to another article written by Webster, Minnesota law enforcement are using Cognitec and Securonet to spy on everyone.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I have a brilliant notion of how to prevent any kind of terrorism against the US and US assets overseas, and that is for the US government to stop mucking about in other people's countries to expropriate resources to which it has no moral right; making sure those countries are western-centric, even if that means regime change, then insuring those assets are only sold in US dollars.

You're welcome! :-)

And for next year's Super Bowl, just don't go. But explain, very publicly, why you will not only not be going, but that you won't watch it on TV, which means that the advertisers will have spent their millions ... for absolutely nothing.

I really dislike how the Federal and State governments have gone all "Code Napoleon" (one is always considered guilty until proven innocent) on the rest of us in this country.

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