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How dare you access our publicly available email addresses

Send an email to EPA, get a visit from EPA agents and the local sheriff.

14 Responses to “How dare you access our publicly available email addresses”

  1. Freiheit Says:

    Wrong link or I really don’t get the joke

  2. thirdpower Says:

    Oh good. I thought I was the only one missing something.

  3. Robb Allen Says:

    The truck driver who cut me off was with the EPA?

  4. SayUncle Says:

    d’oh. fixed.

  5. HL Says:

    Next, they will send a drone over his fence, or an armored car.

  6. Rivrdog Says:

    Blogged that. BTW, in my not-so-humble opinion, the “I pay your salary” thing has zero effect. As a riposte, it rates down there with “your lips utter meaningless words and can also suck cock, so which purpose are you actually here for?”

    A better thing to do is have a copy of the Constitution handy, and give it to the Federal gendarmes. You can get the handy, pocket-sized Constitution for little cost at the Heritage Foundation. I keep a few dozen around.

    As for the local police officer, you can actually DO something about that. Visit your County Sheriff, preferably at a public forum so there will be friendly witnesses, and calmly voice your outrage. Perhaps the next time the sturmtruppen come to town and want a local rozzer to lend some local credence to their visit, the Sheriff will deny their request, unless they come with a warrant.

  7. Divemedic Says:

    The other is to simply say to all requests to “sit down and chat”: “I do not have chats with law enforcement conducting their duties without an attorney present. I will need to contact him, and we can make an appointment. Otherwise, have a nice day.”

  8. Jake Says:

    The other is to simply say to all requests to “sit down and chat”: “I do not have chats with law enforcement conducting their duties without an attorney present. I will need to contact him, and we can make an appointment. Otherwise, have a nice day.”

    This. If any LEO shows up unexpectedly and “just” wants to “chat”, DON’T. That’s a sure sign that they’re fishing for something they can use to charge you with a crime. If they insist on meeting, find an attorney to sit in and advise you before you answer any questions that could incriminate you under some obscure law (like buying a lobster in the wrong type of bag, or something).

  9. Barron Barnett Says:

    2nd What Jake says. Either show me the warrant or leave.

    Also when offered a business card, ALWAYS take it. I had an incident where an officer was trying to conceal his identity. It worked until I walked up to the door of his truck, unaware that I knew about the discomfort and harassment he did earlier, and asked for his name and business card.

    I have been known to chat with law enforcement, however my rule is it’s on MY Terms. If I sense fishing it ends and I walk off. If they show up at your house wanting to chat, you already know their fishing.

    … I suppose we all should find this guy’s email address for the specific individual and email him… Here’s his contact info page… so well hidden that!

  10. John Smith. Says:

    I have had visits from law enforcement like that before. I have a unique way of letting them know what the gravity of their situation.. On my door are 3 heavy duty locks and one electromagnetic 2500lb’er..They are the kind that have a key for both sides and no hand latch.. When I answer the door I unlock all 4 then when I close it I lock all 4 regardless of who come in… The look on a cops face when you lock him inside with yourself for the chat is priceless.

  11. JFM Says:

    My best bud’s father worked in law enforcement all his life and the best advice he gave us was to treat leos like vampires-never invite them into your house!

  12. Cormac Says:

    This story takes on a slightly different tone if you’re in the middle of re-reading MHI…

    So, Franks was dressed as a cop?
    Good ol’ Dwayne was just making sure this guy didn’t know the truth about “Dr. Armendariz” (better than Mr. Wolf, right?)
    I must say, Stork did a pretty good job of keeping “fish eggs” out of the conversation…

    I’m going back to my book

  13. Paul Says:

    If the cops want to chat, sure! Just tell then you have a cam-corder and will record the whole conversation.

    Here in Texas only ONE party of the conversation has to agree to be recorded for it to be legal (in other words this ain’t no liberal union Yankee thug state.)

    And then see if they still want to ‘chat’. Nothing like a ’60 minutes’ moment to see then crawfish out the door.

  14. Lyle Says:

    Authoritarians are sniveling cowards as a rule, finding comfort only in numbers. They have an almost desperate need to intimidate you. Otherwise they are nothing and they know it.