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Homeland Security Encouraging Citizens to use Cameras to Report "Suspicious Behavior"

Homeland Security officials routinely associate camera-wielding citizens as bomb-strapped terrorists, as you can see in the above video, so it’s a little surprising they are now asking citizens to use their smart phone cameras to report suspicious behavior.

The only catch is that you would have to download a special Homeland Security app in order to send the photos or videos to your local Homeland Security fusion center, where they would be forced to stop monitoring citizens’ Facebook pages for a few moments in order to check out your report

The program has kicked off in Delaware, according to a press release.

“The suspicious activity reporting app provides the citizens with a new method to communicate their concerns to law enforcement by leveraging the smart phone technology that most citizens now possess and improving the safety of our communities and State.”

Homeland Security officials even promise that you could do all this anonymously, which is as believable as saying terrorists prefer to use DSLRs over Google Earth to study their targets (there is actually no evidence of either).

After all, why would they go through all this trouble of developing this app without including a geo-tracking device (for “safety reasons,” of course)?

The whole idea seems stupid because if you are really witnessing a crime taking place, you should just dial 911 in the hopes that police officers can be dispatched immediately.

Otherwise, you should mind your own business because you’re just going to end up profiling innocent citizens.

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I am immersed in a legal case where I not only want to clear my criminal charges stemming from my arrest in January, but I want to sue the Miami-Dade Police Department for deleting my footage, which I was able to recover.

My goal is to set some type of precedent to ensure this does not happen as often as it does today where cops simply get away with it.

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Homeland Security officials routinely associate camera-wielding citizens as bomb-strapped terrorists, as you can see in the above video, so it’s a little surprising they are now asking citizens to use their smart phone cameras to report suspicious behavior.

The only catch is that you would have to download a special Homeland Security app in order to send the photos or videos to your local Homeland Security fusion center, where they would be forced to stop monitoring citizens’ Facebook pages for a few moments in order to check out your report

The program has kicked off in Delaware, according to a press release.

“The suspicious activity reporting app provides the citizens with a new method to communicate their concerns to law enforcement by leveraging the smart phone technology that most citizens now possess and improving the safety of our communities and State.”

Homeland Security officials even promise that you could do all this anonymously, which is as believable as saying terrorists prefer to use DSLRs over Google Earth to study their targets (there is actually no evidence of either).

After all, why would they go through all this trouble of developing this app without including a geo-tracking device (for “safety reasons,” of course)?

The whole idea seems stupid because if you are really witnessing a crime taking place, you should just dial 911 in the hopes that police officers can be dispatched immediately.

Otherwise, you should mind your own business because you’re just going to end up profiling innocent citizens.

homeland_insecurity.jpg


Please send stories, tips and videos to carlosmiller@magiccitymedia.com.

CARLOS MILLER’S LEGAL DEFENSE FUND

I am immersed in a legal case where I not only want to clear my criminal charges stemming from my arrest in January, but I want to sue the Miami-Dade Police Department for deleting my footage, which I was able to recover.

My goal is to set some type of precedent to ensure this does not happen as often as it does today where cops simply get away with it.

So if you would like to contribute, please click on the “donate” button below and contribute whatever you can afford.

Facebook PINAC Page

You can keep up with my stories by friending me on Facebook or following me on Twitter and/or Google + or by liking the PINAC Facebook page.

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