November 13, 2019
Glowniggers are after the Stormer – but they’re also not against using the spy network for personal gain. God bless these defenders of freedom.
America is the land of freedom, you know?
So stop complaining that everything you do is monitored 24/7 by the most sophisticated electronic surveillance system ever devised.
After all, if you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to worry about, right?
Our ZOG glow-in-the-dark nigger agents are the peak of professionalism, and would never do something like use your data for their own use.
And if you believe that, goyim, I’ve got some wonderful multi-level marketing
scams opportunities you might be interested in, huehuehue…
On June 5, 2013, San Francisco police Sgt. John Haggett was working the 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. shift in a third-floor office at the city’s Hall of Justice.
At 11:48 that morning, someone logged into the department’s secure database inside that office and used Haggett’s sign-on and password to run a criminal background check on a San Francisco woman through the department’s local records.
Within minutes, Haggett’s account was used to run a Department of Motor Vehicles check on the same woman, as well as an FBI criminal records check and another background check run through the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System, known as CLETS.
Eventually, investigators found Haggett’s sign-on had been used to run checks on two other city residents, and that all three of them had something in common: they were tenants renting apartments from Haggett’s girlfriend, according to San Francisco Superior Court records.
Haggett, who spent three decades on the police force, was charged with a single misdemeanor count of misusing DMV computer information and retired from the department while the case was pending. He later pleaded guilty and was ordered to pay $150 in restitution.
Haggett, who did not respond to a request for comment, was allowed to keep his pension, which last year paid him $75,613.26, according to the online database TransparentCalifornia.com.
“I felt so violated,” said one of the tenants whose name was run through law enforcement computers.
“Did he get away with it? Yes,” said the woman, who asked not to be named to preserve her privacy. “It’s such a clear-cut thing. You’re not allowed to do that.”
Haggett is one of more than 1,000 California law enforcement agency workers in the last decade who have been found to have misused the CLETS system or other sensitive databases that are supposed to be accessed only for legitimate investigative purposes.
Those are just the 1,000 who were stupid enough to have been caught – in California.
If you expand the numbers to those who haven’t been caught, in the entire country, and throughout the entire surveillance state, rather than just the police, then… It’s safe to say that this is an absolutely common occurrence.
Yeah, turns out the most common type of “hacker” is the cop.
And what’s with these “slap-on-the-wrist” punishments?
Isn’t what these people are doing technically “unauthorized access to a computer system?”
This is exactly the kind of crap that’d get your door kicked in at 3 A.M. if you were an average Joe.
But apparently, if you’re a cop that only warrants a $150 fine, huh?
The allegations against officers around the state run the gamut, according to an investigation from a coalition of news organizations, including McClatchy, and coordinated by the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley.
A California Highway Patrol officer was accused of accessing computer files to dig up information on a romantic rival, then allegedly driving out and keying her car.
A West Sacramento police officer pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of harassment after being charged with accessing department computers and making “repeated telephone calls” to harass someone at their home.
This is your future, White man.
A privileged class of traitors will be able to use the massive surveillance infrastructure with impunity to crush the rest of us at their whim, getting nothing but a slap on the wrist in the rare cases where they’re caught.
And as these intelligence agencies and police departments are filling their ranks with brown people, you can be sure that whatever semblance of discipline is limiting these abuses now will quickly deteriorate. At that point, you can be sure that all of our enemies will have free access to all of our personal information, and will not hesitate to use it against us with no regard for the law.
Look forward to the day the ADL, the SPLC and La Raza have free access to everyone’s personal information, goyim.