15 July 2009

Light Rail Fatal Accident Update

Baltimore County Police are looking for a man who was a passenger on the MTA light rail train that struck and killed two teenage boys. Baltimore County Police Spokesman Mike Hill told ABC 2 News; 'From some things that the detectives have garnered in their investigation they really believe that this man saw quite a bit and may have experience quite a bit while being passenger on that train from where he was sitting and his perspective.'

If you have any faith in MTA public transit surveillance cameras in Baltimore, check out the grainy, unrecognizable photos released of the man police are looking for. They stressed he is not in any trouble, and is not a suspect. The Spectator wants to know, what if they were looking for a crime suspect, would this poor quality image serve any useful purpose?



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To all those who willfully, deliberately and routinely violate the civil rights of law abiding American Citizens; Yes, you're powerful. Sure, you're everywhere. But this is still America, and the Constitution of the United States Of America still reigns supreme as the law of the land. The Baltimore Spectator will vigorously and aggressively defend against any and all attempts at spying and suppression. Let it be known to all that we are already aware of the regular monitoring and shadowing attempts. There is nothing to hide, but cross the line and there will be hell to pay.

In the end, efforts to impinge upon the freedoms of the people will ultimately fail. Some of us may get taken out in the ongoing battle for true and lasting freedom, but as I've said many times before, and will say till the day I die or get taken out by you goons, THERE ARE MORE OF US, THAN THERE ARE OF YOU.

A.F. James MacArthur -- American patriot & lover of liberty.

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