Look at theses two videos. What you will see will or should make you angry, unless you are compliant sheep. The FBI and other law enforcement are here to protect our rights, not to be an occupying force.
David, the photographer, goes out a photographs and records videos in public. Many times he will record video of public buildings from public areas, like police stations. David does this to audit the response of the police personnel. Sometimes his activities are uneventful, too many times the response from law enforcement does not live up to protecting rights.
The two videos below are an example of law enforcement not being peace makers, instead they escalated the contact to an arrest. An arrest for just for exercising constitutionally protected activity.
Review the videos below.
Videos Published by News Now Houston
Published on Apr 24, 2017
Here are the contact numbers for the involved FBI Agency and Main Office in DC.
Video from second camera (BUC-G)-https://youtu.be/quVb6hVA3sg
Agent in Charge El Paso Scott Brunner (was on scene) 915-832-5000
Asst Agent in Charge Robert Casper (was on scene-this is the fat/bald Agent standing in front of me while I was being tortured).
FBI Director James Comey 202-324-3444 or email at James.Comey@ic.fbi.gov
FBI HQ in DC 202-324-3000
DoJ Office of Inspector General DC 202-514-3435
DoJ Civil Rights Div 202-514-3847/4609
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Raw footage from my BodyCam of arrest by FBI in El Paso Tx on 4-20-17 at about 11 A.M. (Mountain). This took place at the FBI Bldg in El Paso. This footage only covers from initial contact by Agents until shortly after the arrest when I was sat on the ground. The full video runs almost two hours-most of which I was in cuffs on the ground without shade or water in temps at/about 100 degrees F.