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Photojournalist sues feds after raid on home

• Photography is not a Crime
Federal agents raided the home of a photojournalist last year, seizing cameras, memory cards, a digital voice recorder, computer hardware and digital storage devices.

The photojournalist, Laura Sennett, had photographed people protesting an International Monetary Fund meeting in Arlington, Va on April 12, 2008.

On September 23, 2008, the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force along with several local law enforcement agencies raided her Arlington home, seizing 26 items as her son looked on.


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Comment by Jerry Alexander
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Who are the cops that did the raid?

Call them out in front of their Mothers and Children and have them explain their actions.

Call them out to speak to their neighbors,their clergy,the people.

The don`t have the nerve,or,honesty to come out of the dark.From behind the mask..they don`t want their children to know what they really do for a living,and how they are helping to destroy their own children`s future...they just do not have the nerve to stand up in front of the people without a mask.

These demons should be put on a list just like Sex Offenders....Every honest American should be told if they live next to,or,even near one of these common Nazi`s.

A neighborhood watch!  Good Idea...let`s expose these comi`s to their families....Take off you mask now,you Mom wants to talk to you.


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