If you read my blog, you know the other day I wrote about having a problem videotaping the people who harass me. The complex manager said she had a few complaints from tenants about me videotaping them.
I went to the police department to find out what my rights are re videotaping my harassers. The person I spoke with told me a lot of nonsense, but he did tell me, I could go downtown to the Constable‘s office to find out more information about it.
So today, I went down to the Constable’s office. The woman at the desk told me she could not help me and said the Constable’s office only handles evictions, and re-directed me to Justice Court.
The Justice Court is only a few blocks away, so I decided to walk over. When I got to the Justice Court, there were a lot of people. We all had to go through metal detectors, plus have everything we had with us checked. I had to put everything in a plastic container and pass through the metal detector.
While I was waiting to go through the line, I mentioned to a woman near me that this was Communism. She replied, “They’re just trying to keep us safe.” I replied, “No, they’re not. This is Communism.” She quickly moved away from me.
I was told by one of the police officers that I had to take my belt off, too.
I had to remove my sweater, my shoes, my belt, and give my handbag to the police officer. He dumped everything out of my bag. He said I had a lot of things in my bag and it felt heavy. I told him I had to carry everything that’s important with me because of all the break-ins I have.
I had a nail file, Swiss type manicure set, scissors, and some other things in my bag that were considered weapons. The police officer told me that I could not enter the Justice Court with any of these things. He would have to throw them out. I asked him, “Can’t you just save them and when I come out I can pick them up?” He pointed to sign that said everything gets thrown out and nothing’s saved.
The police officer held the items in his hand while I decided what to do. If I decided to keep the items, I could not enter Justice Court. I said to the officer, “This is getting more and more like a Totalitarian state. Everywhere we go, we’re checked and not allowed to take our things with us.” I told him I wanted all my things back. I was not about to go out and spend more money buying things that were not weapons. The officer gave me back my things and I left.
I remember I’d been at Justice Court about a year before and had to go through a metal detector. I had to pay $190.00 fine because I’d jaywalked. Someone I worked with had gotten a jaywalking ticket and didn’t bother to pay after getting a few notices. One Friday night, two police officers showed up at his door and arrested him for not paying the ticket. He spent the whole weekend in jail. There are no judges in court on weekend, so he couldn’t see one. So to jail he went. I remembered this and did not want to end up in jail, so I paid my ticket right away.
Anyway, I got distracted. There were only metal detectors then. I did not have to take off my shoes, belt, etc. It’s amazing how things changed in less than a year.
The U.S. is certainly headed toward totalitarianism. If what I went through can take less than a year to happen, what will the U.S. be like ten years from now? The U.S. will definitely be a place where no one will want to live. It will be worse than China or Russia.
What amazed me about going through the line is how everybody just accepted what was happening. No one complained, no one said anything, they just accepted things as they were happening. No questions, nothing. Just a bunch of sheep doing what they were told.
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