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Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

Discussion in 'Education, Research and Inside Reports' started by Ann O'Nymous, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. mickturate Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Plymouth= hostile: def. NOT neutral after the last raid, see plymouth cult watch vids.

    lone plodz citing section 60 (supposed to be used only for threats of imminent violence-plymanons couldn't scare a looooong cat, er, not that they'd want to TBH)

    Plymouth = hostile
    esp.
    after they did the $cilons dirty work and tried to Dead Agent Stu Wyatt

    we've offered to edumacate 'em with a presentation: why we protest/how we protest, response: not necessary....thats not neutral, issit?
  2. lvanonlv Member

  3. Mouseyhair Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    The cop we have in Amsterdam (Harm) is slowly starting to understand lulz. He's completely on our side now, occasionally giggles at our antics, jokes around a bit at the end of the day and has actively started googling Anonymous. Plus, he told us he's written a very positive report about our conduct.
  4. Lady.Nonymous Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Hamburg, Germany:

    Police are a bit more cooperative than neutral. ^^

    They escorted $cilon bullbaiters to their culthive after them not wanting to leave on their own! :D
    We're allowed to wear masks, hear our lulzy music and stuff. Only sometimes we're not allowed to use chalk. ^^ But that often depends on the officer in duty.

    So all in all, they're cool. :D
  5. themadhair Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    We have some police officers suggest infiltration as an idea....

    On our side then.
  6. AnonOrange_ Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Hemet (Gold Base), California: (San Jacinto police)

    Initially Cooperative, then very hostile (would not allow protest) and at the last event, would not even show up. Instead, the California Highway Police were sent.

    Their hostility were tamed by the worldwide response to their actions by anonymous. Call from England and Germany to San Jacinto apparently had a huge effect on their behavior.

    Thanks GlobeAnons !
  7. H-20-66 Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    State College: No police; we had the option of requesting PSU campus security on May 4th and for the 18th too but I don't think we'll need it given our distance from Scilon establishments. Not sure they'd really get involved anyway as they referred me to campus personnel.
  8. norma_scock Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Gateshead (Newcastle, UK)

    Police response so far has been positive but neutral.
  9. Whanonstler Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Might want to do some updates. Columbus Police Department is very cooperative with us and our efforts, guarding our backs and helping us ahead of time know what would cross the legal line.

    What this is about I dunno, but I figure you and your OSA handlers should at least have accurate info, Ann.
  10. Mouseyhair Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Rotterdam: 100% pro-anon and incredibly friendly.
  11. thebluemage Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Melbourne Police are definitely on our side. They've said it quite clearly that the Scilons are the bigger threat. Hell when they handed over a bunch of names to the police expecting something to happen, we got told that they did and that nothing would ever come from it.
  12. AlbanyAnon Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Ive never been to a protest here in Albany, but my sister was in the feb 10th one and she said that the police were extremely polite
    the Scilons however were not
    so I would say that:
    Albany: Very nice police, very cooperative, the scilons have a bad history with local police.
  13. A_nonchalant Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    Mountain View, CA:

    Cops are very friendly, and have even stopped sending squad cars to monitor our protests (which is their usual protocol iirc). We have heard of incidents where the police stood up for us without our even asking, and overall we are damn happy to have their appreciation. :eek:
  14. LordCeptimos Member

    Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    lets see cops in reno....


    pretty mcuh dont give a rats ass unless they get a call about it.

    normal. i dont bother them they dont bother me.
    im fine with that as long as they keep doing their jobs and coming over when called.
  15. Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide

    I like the Hamburg cops. Especially the way they deal with random passers-by who decide to bitchslap OSA Camfags...
  16. Re: Police force's attitude towards Anonymous worldwide


    mask law retaining to state found here CND: State Codes Related To Wearing Masks

    as well as a prepared flyer to give police while asking them if you may keep your mask on as long as you are non-violently protesting if asked a second time always comply with the police

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