Police Watch a new service by SLU2.com

We have set up a new website called “Police Watch @ Sensi Life”

URL:  http://policewatch.lounge.slu2.com



Would you believe that these people are police?


Police rioters


Ya, they look like rioters, but check this link out.  They were in fact police officers, er I mean ‘police

provocateurs’ < click for link


They were hired to riot, by the police department so that the police had a reason to break up the riots!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1r05T1T1jY

These tricky cops will try anything to get their funding!

In this video they get TOTALLY busted for once!


Exposed, but not at all sorry


We are living in a ‘brave new world’ friends……


Now check this story out.  It starts out seeming like a regular drug bust.  It ends up being police corruption.

These police in California were attempting to steal this man’s property, he had no drugs.  They wanted to seize his assets and sell them at auction at the profit of the police department.

This isn’t hearsay, this evidence was confirmed and ruled upon in a court of law, the widow of the man that the police killed got a settlement from the police, and the claim on their land was dropped.  But at what cost?  A human life and the end of freedom as we knew it!


Civil Asset Forfeiture is just one of many police activities which violates the rights of the people that they are hired to serve!

We started Police Watch, to get the cameras pointed at our corrupt public servants to keep them in check!

I made this video in 2008 to demonstrate HOW to watch cops (legally)

References to legality of recording:

Currently, 37 states allow “one party consent” recording of telephone and in-person oral communications. These are: Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

http://www.utahbar.org/rules_ops_pols/ethics_opinions/op_96_04.html


http://www.callrecordingcenter.com/call_recording_law_utah.php




Lets keep our public servants HONEST!


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