Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

Discussion in 'USA - Central/Mountain' started by MSAnon505, Oct 30, 2010.

  1. theLastAnon Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    Sweet irony in this notice:

    "Business: Church of Scientology"

    Yep, that pretty much sums it up.

    Good job ABQanons. Not only do you have the world's saddest looking org in ABQ, the cult has to bring in staff from CO to handle you. Next raid, ask ol' Patty how her good buddy Rex Fowler is doing these days. Ha! Ask her what was in the briefcase! Ask her if she'll be at the murder trial. heh heh
  2. RightOn Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    frame it Bipolart!!

    great job you guys
    An easy way for COS to get dox eh?, just call the police, make up some shit and then they have access to the names. fargin' ice holes

    Glad everyone is ok, but yeah look into that sidewalk discrepency moar.
  3. Bipolart Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    A friend of mine has just offered (and I accepted) to check this out with the city. He said someone outside of the Anon group should do it. I agree. He saw the notice, and lol'd at "Rev" Patty. This has some real potential for win. I've known this guy for years, and he knows about Scientology and their PI's. I will surely keep you posted.
  4. subgenius Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    Well they certainly pulled that in, no?
    Scientology: pulling in their own ruin for over 50 years.
  5. Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    Excellent. Us folks in the peanut gallery would be interested in hearing how this shakes out if you feel inclined to update later.

    Love you, Albuquerque.
  6. Rockyj Member

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    LOL, Sparrow Totem!
  7. BigBeard Member

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    Any word from the Planning & Zoning Office regarding this "private" section of sidewalk yet??

  8. John Basilone Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    Haven't heard from Bipolart about it yet.
  9. Radio Paul Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    The city got back to me:

    Public sidewalk (along a public roadway) is located within the public
    right of way (or, alternately, a public easement). Therefore, public
    sidewalk that crosses a driveway is not located in private property but
    within a public way.
    -Kristal Metro, City of Albuquerque Transportation Development

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Nason, Deborah A.
    To: Metro, Kristal D.
    Subject: FW: Public Easement

    2nd email

    The City of Albuquerque Standard Specification for Curb Cuts
    (Specification number 2425) shows the location of the property line with
    respect to the sidewalk location. A copy is attached for your
  10. Radio Paul Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    how the F do you insert a photo from you computer on this? Is there an upload function?
  11. Radio Paul Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    So basically it is as I thought, the driveway section is not considered their property by the city but they are responsible for maintaining it.
  12. Rockyj Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    I think so! :) like @ megalaod
  13. BigBeard Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    So can this be used with the PD to kill the trespassing citation??

  14. Anonymous Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    Upload the image to any of a number of file/image sharing sites. Everyone has a favorite or two. I usually go with TinyPic. It's quick, easy and doesn't require any pre-registration. > Seven proxy's could be your friend here, it's up to you. Then grab the url of the freshly uploaded pic and post it into your message.

    Images aren't stored/taking up space on WWP. They're stored on massive image sharing sites that don't seem to mind managing all of the crap that gets uploaded to them.
  15. Triumph Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    no need to sign up
    upload your file and copy the address it here.

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  16. Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    Heheh, MelbAnon here.

    Nicely handled. It's kinda the opposite with us. The police tend to leave us alone on small protests, and the big ones it's a regular occurance. That's not to say that they haven't done it.

    Our group should start doing this, it'd be nice to record their reactions when there's less than 5 of us.
  17. Radio Paul Member

  18. Radio Paul Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    What they got is a warning and I don't know that one could kill it? What they can do is contact the police department and ask that the officers be corrected in their understanding and that notification of said correction be confirmed.

    It is important that everyone is on the same page and have it in writing. I had a hard time finding it and it was not easy. The police might not even know this. Also it is important to get them to agree that is what it means, if not legal action might be required to get them on the same page. The bottom line is no one wants friction and no one wants an arrest but at the same time we all want our rights that the cult works so hard to deprive us of.
  19. Radio Paul Member

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  20. BigBeard Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    The warning means if the PD gets called again on a trespass complaint, there could be an arrest for 'Criminal Trespass' since the warning is in the system showing the person(s) were aware of the private property limitations. Which in this case don't actually exist.

    It may work differently in Alburquerque, but according to a local police contact in my part of NC, a trespass warning like that gets killed by pulling it up in the system, annotating it with comments showing the property in question is actually public property, notifying the complainant of such, and flagging the warning as closed.

    If the people at the location making the original complaint do it again, after being notified by the PD the property in question is in fact public property, they can be charged for making a false police report.

    For what it's worth.

  21. Radio Paul Member

    Re: Albuquerque 10-30-10 Post-Game

    Also I wonder if the cult even had the right to call in the first place. Who's property line is it? If it is shared with other tenants, who would get to make the call? The landlord perhaps? Also the cop said the city does not pave driveway entrances with asphalt, did the cult brake code? It looks as if the city has some specific rules o that. It must suck to be required to maintain a sidewalk as a property owner but you cant keep people off it.

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