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State claims recording events outside mosque is illegal, now woman fights back


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A Minnesota woman is arguing this week before the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that video recording public events is legal.

Even if the state says it isn't.

The fight is being handled on behalf of Sally Ness by officials with the American Freedom Law Center.

Ironically, she was harassed for filming public events in the same region where the public's videos of a police officer with his knee on the neck of George Floyd have appeared on television thousands of times.

In Ness's case, she alleges the city of Bloomington, two police officers, and the Hennepin County attorney violated her First and Fourteenth Amendments by threatening to enforce local and state laws against her for filming public information exposing various zoning and other violations committed by a local mosque and its associated school, both of which are located in Ness's neighborhood.

https://www.wnd.com/2021/05/woman-fights-states-claim-recording-public-events-illegal/

"Attorney General Ellison is a former member of the anti-American, Jew-hating Nation of Islam, an admirer of the rabid black racist Louis Farrakhan, and a card-carrying supporter of, and fundraiser for, the Muslim Brotherhood in America," he pointed out. "Ellison’s brief opposing this lawsuit is a tutorial on how Shariah-centric Muslims and progressives seek to destroy our fundamental liberties in the name of protecting Islam from legitimate criticism."

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On 5/10/2021 at 6:14 PM, pipedreams said:

Attorney General Ellison is a former member of the anti-American, Jew-hating Nation of Islam, an admirer of the rabid black racist Louis Farrakhan, and a card-carrying supporter of, and fundraiser for, the Muslim Brotherhood in America," he pointed out. "Ellison’s brief opposing this lawsuit is a tutorial on how Shariah-centric Muslims and progressives seek to destroy our fundamental liberties in the name of protecting Islam from legitimate criticism."

“former”?

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Muslims want to rule the world and won't respect any law telling them otherwise. They hate scrutiny because they thrive in darkness and nothing they do will hold up in the eyes of reasonable people. Illegal is the norm and following the law is only something they claim to do if they think they will get in trouble.

After the 9/11 attacks there was a local fair taking place at a city park. A muslim cleric from the local mosque, wearing full traditional dress, parked his car in the parking lot across three handicapped spaces, left his emergency flashers on, then walked hundreds of yards to the sheriff's booth, just to ask for an escort. He said he felt afraid that someone would attack him because of the anti-muslim prejudice.

I was told by the duty Sgt. to "keep him safe" and followed him back to his car. Once I saw how he was parked I told him he needed to find a legal parking spot. He didn't want to do that "The parking lot is so big, I would feel safer if you would find me a spot to park." I told him to find his own damn spot and I'd wait there on the sidewalk. He showed up a few minutes later with a box in his hand and we walked to the booth he was setting up for his business selling imported rugs.

The whole time his attitude was very superior and condescending, he was treating me like I was a slave to be ordered around. He wanted me to help him carry his stuff for his business. 

After we got to his booth I found out he had several more trips to carry even more stuff to his booth. He'd missed the early check in for vendors and so he couldn't drive up and unload like all the other vendors had done. 

At that point I told him if he had a specific threat he could articulate to call 911 and we would send a unit as fast as possible. I told him to be careful and not make a false report or I would arrest him. Then I went back to sit in the shade in front of the fan in our booth.

I should point out that if he hadn't been muslim the sargeant never would have sent anyone. I told him the attitude I got and he said "Really? Well, eff him and the car he drove here. We are not anybodies errand boys."

That was not the only interaction I've had with "leaders" in the muslim community. They believe everyone is a slave to them. Unless you are powerful enough to tell them otherwise they will treat you as such.

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