As many readers are aware, I've been documenting my recent experiences at a suspicionless internal Homeland Security checkpoint located near mile marker 146 on SR86 in Southern Arizona. I've also been reporting these experiences to Freedom's Phoenix readers along with readers of my blog.
As a result of documenting these encounters and reporting on them, there are currently several efforts underway by various individuals to either shutdown my website or force me to remove content already posted. This article provides information regarding one such recent attempt.
On or about February 14th, an individual identified as Chris Parker sent an email to my service provider attempting to force the shutdown of my website because of content related to a suspicionless Homeland Security checkpoint active along SR86 in Southern Arizona..
Mr. Parker makes several specious claims in his email regarding alleged illegal content but never fully identifies himself, his affiliation, or why he feels he has standing to challenge the content of my protected communications.
An attorney acting on behalf of my service provider responded to Mr. Parker's attempt to interfere with the free exchange of information and ideas on my website by setting the record straight.
Below appears the legal counsel's response to Mr. Parker's frivolous allegations followed by Mr. Parker's original complaint.
My service provider has my thanks for its willingness to objectively analyze the frivolous complaint it received and take the appropriate action. If only more companies refused to be intimidated in such a way and conducted business in this manner.
(all links appearing below were added by me)