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June 30, 2011


Kay Sieverding

I wasn't just stopped, I was imprisoned by the feds BECAUSE I filed documents in federal court. I was accused of being a vexatious litigant. I wasn't vexatious at all. I verified all my documents under penalty of perjury and I was not accused of perjury or fraud.


I was stopped by a washington policeman, asked for my ID and asked the purpose of my visit in the rudest manner possible for taking photographs of american flags! It is a sad reflection on our democracy- or the lack of it that people in a public place, doing a lawful act, publicly can be subjected to such harassment.

metropolitan police

This is somehow so disturbing, well, i think what our government should do here is to further educate our police officers with their rightful responsbilities.

police jobs

I think that it says clearly in the Section 58A of the Terrorism Act 2000 that any officer making an arrest for an offence under Section 58A must be able to demonstrate a reasonable suspicion that the information was, by its very nature, designed to provide practical assistance to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

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