The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
Having just been a victim of mail theft and the resulting identity theft, I'd bet the cameras were installed to catch someone stealing mail. However, AND I SAY THIS AS A VICTIM OF SUCH CRIME, it is NOT ACCEPTABLE to film every vehicle and person to catch a thief. You don't give up your 4A rights just to try and catch a sleaze ball.I commend whoever in Denver (a growing liberal paradise) had the balls to yank the camera....as long as it wasn't the thief they may have been trying to catch of course. ;)
Trust us, everything we are doing is for your own good. Busted!!!
Maybe our faith in America is not entirely misplaced!
Looks like I need to keep my eyes open when around the Post Office. If I spot one of those cameras I just might want to grab it for my "Trophy Collection". There is always a blind spot around cameras.
Poke their 'eyes' out!III
agh, probably mail theft as one poster already said. Remote cameras are used all the time for LE purposes and that doesn't mean that every tag/picture gets loaded into a database.
Has anyone considered that the cameras may be used to document child support payment or similar judicial payments?
Camera asassination, a growing Freedom Venture MovementWon't be the lastOr my Favorite...Extraordinary Camera Rendition and Interrorgation
All these cameras and the USPS will still loose my packages!
Let's not forget that for a while now, many (perhaps all?) new first-class stamps have had a QR code printed on them. They could easily encode the ID of the purchase transaction, which would lead straight back to who bought which stamp, when it was bought, etc. Of course, that code is scanned by sorting machines while the piece of mail makes its way to its destination. And oh hey, we don't like who sent this piece of mail over here, so let's divert it for special processing...
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