Local law-enforcement monitoring your car

Government isn’t just monitoring your phone calls, they are monitoring your every move. They are doing so under the guise that “everybody is a potential criminal.”

As in the movie Minority Report, the government may believe it can predict crime, that is if it has enough information.

This video discusses how Big Brother watches you under the guise of watching the bad guys:


This report from Watchdog explains it like this:

OSAWATOMIE, Kan. — Have you ever driven a car through Lenexa, Olathe, Overland Park or Prairie Village? Then congratulations! Local law enforcement considers you and me — everyone on the road — to be a potential criminal.

In April, my fellow Watchdog.org reporter Kathryn Watson had the tenacity to ask police in Alexandria, Va., what information they had collected on her through the use of automatic license plate readers. What she found was nothing short of creepy. Law enforcement records tracked her vehicle home, around Old Town Alexandria and even on her way to Bible study.

My curiosity piqued, I set out to do the same, only to run into a brick wall tossed up by law enforcement.

I have no way of knowing when and where police in Lenexa, Olathe, Overland Park or Prairie Village have recorded my movements with automatic license plate readers, because all three departments cite an exemption to the Kansas Open Records Act.

What exemption is that, you ask? The one explicitly reserved for “criminal investigation records.”

Seeing stories like this, I am amazed that Liberal question the Tea Party. Everywhere you turn, government is violating the rights of law-abiding citizens, slowly trying to slip in violations of our rights. This is how laws “slip in,” as these violations by the government are presented as “the norm.”

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