THIS IS IDENTITY THEFT----WHEN NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG TRIES TO MAKE THE VICTIM ASSUME THEIR OWN SHAME AND HUMILIATION-----A GOOD PERSON MADE TO LOOK LIKE A WILLING PORN STAR.
All last week I noticed one nosy neighbor having captured my building and pornography of tenets suddenly left. Feedback earlier in week had them saying they were afraid they were being surveilled-----that they were indeed illegally captured by camera and microphone----making a dash from my immediate surroundings. Now, this may be temporary but, I want to note this. A bit of fear of retaliation may have motivated this departure as well. Just noting------we cannot be sure at this point. One thing for sure------BODY ELECTRIC-------FEEDBACK-----ALL THOSE SURVEILLANCE DEVICES feel to be less active----maybe not completely gone.
Another nosy neighbor seems to have been told over these few weeks SILENCE IS GOLDEN in the world illegal surveillance----FEEDBACK let us nosy neighbor was being told not to talk downstairs so movement away brought decrease in BODY ELECTRIC/FEEDBACK. I have stated over and again-----while a target of nosy neighbor and THE GANG may feel they are in a FISH BOWL--------captured by surveillance----so too, this same condition exists for those NOSY NEIGHBORS----they are illegally surveilled by camera and microphone and made pornography----they and their families. At this nosy neighbor two-------SILENCE IS GOLDEN-----these days my living space feeling more and more SAFE.
North Dakota man pleads guilty to identity theft, possessing child pornography
FARGO, N.D. – A North Dakota man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to identity theft and possessing child pornography. The case was investigated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) with the assistance of the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigations.
Thomas Jacob Weldon, 32, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Court Judge Ralph R. Erickson to possessing materials involving the sexual exploitation of minors, and identity theft.
Weldon admitted using personal information of three Jamestown, N.D., residents to purchase items for his own use. Weldon also pleaded guilty to possessing videos on his computer which depict children involved in sexually explicit conduct.
The incidents occurred between April and July 2010 in North Dakota. The identity theft conviction carries a statutory maximum penalty of five years' imprisonment; possessing child pornography carries a statutory maximum penalty of 10 years' imprisonment.
This investigation was part of Operation Predator, a nationwide ICE initiative to protect children from sexual predators, including those who travel overseas for sex with minors, Internet child pornographers, criminal alien sex offenders, and child sex traffickers. ICE encourages the public to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity through its toll-free hotline at 1-866-DHS-2ICE or its online tip form. Both are staffed around the clock by investigators.
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FACE RECOGNITION SOFTWARE being developed as fast as global banking 1% can do it---------will have the ability for example when one of our young adults captured by nosy neighbor AND THE GANG-----goes to apply for employment----that global corporate EMPLOYMENT office will take an image of that prospective employee and do FACE RECOGNITION on an internet which will capture anywhere in world -----that nosy neighbor and THE GANG pornography happening for example in BALTIMORE currently. Once that pornography hits the net-------whether porn sites called THE NETWORK-----or whether images sold to other porn sites------that image of you or me will bring forward in FACIAL RECOGNITION WEB SEARCH-----those pornographic images.
THE DAMAGE BEING DONE BY NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG TODAY--------IS NOT TEMPORARY------IT IS LIFELONG.
Remember, global banking 1% OLD WORLD KINGS AND QUEENS KNIGHTS OF MALTA---TRIBE OF JUDAH who drive these pornography criminal cartels-------really do today consider our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE black, white, and brown citizens as CHATTEL----- global banking 1% using those dastardly 5% freemason/Greek players/pols have these few decades attacked our US citizens and immigrants in earning profits ANYWAY THEY CAN-------this explosion of global criminal cartels tied to pornography having filled our US cities steadily especially over BUSH/OBAMA era.
FACIAL RECOGNITION EVEN BY FEDERAL, STATE, LOCAL SURVEILLANCE IS IDENTITY THEFT BECAUSE THEY KNOW THIS NETWORK IS BEING HACKED AND ACCESSED SUPER-DUPER CRIMINAL ACTIVITY GOING ON.
'A recent challenge to Illinois’s law suggested that plaintiffs should have to demonstrate actual harm to take legal action, but in an age of surveillance capitalism, traditional concepts of harm are inadequate to describe what may happen behind the analytical curtain'.
The United States’ toughest biometric privacy law is facing a challenge from Six Flags
By Colin Lecher@colinlecher Nov 25, 2018, 9:00am EST
In 2008, Illinois passed a law that, a decade later, remains the toughest standard for biometric privacy in the nation. The Biometric Information Privacy Act imposes strict rules on how companies can collect sensitive information from a person’s body, requiring consent before obtaining data like fingerprints.
While other states have since passed similar laws, Illinois’ allows consumers to file lawsuits if they believe their rights have been violated under the law. This week, that led to the start of a major legal battle: the Illinois Supreme Court heard arguments on a challenge to the law that will decide when consumers can take action under the act.
So, taking today's issue for me with this DEPOSITION tied to being targeted by nosy neighbor and THE GANG-----I discussed last week how personal information was transmitted verbally------but I am exposed many ways in IDENTITY private information. I have institutions in Baltimore requiring my driver's license be photographed and/or details of driver's license handwritten. I have situations where for example I buy a pack of cigarettes and a retail store tells me I must provide driver's license for AGE AND SMOKING LAWS and the clerk is holding that license right where store surveillance captures it---just as we stated earlier----where THE NETWORK shows retail store video of me handing a clerk at $20 bill. All that PRIVATE information is being downloaded onto THE NETWORK.
One more important tie to these privacy information surveillance structures has to do with FORMER EMPLOYERS now downloading onto internet PERSONAL EMPLOYMENT FILES. When someone knows my personal CONTACT NUMBERS tied to my workplace employment -------I KNOW from that private contact information came-------it comes from FORMER EMPLOYERS DOWNLOADING personal files of former employees.
THERE IS TODAY AN ENTIRE RACKET IN TAKING MY PERSONAL INFORMATION AND MAKING IT SOMEONE ELSE------AT AN TIME.
I am noting because I am getting FEEDBACK and CHATTER making it clear mechinations are moving forward in producing IDENTITY THEFT tied to my character-----my past history-----et al.
Is it illegal to photocopy passports, ID cards, driver's licenses, checks, in the US?
Fordham U. School of Law, JD, 2003;
once got Kennedy to admit SCOTUS is political
Photocopying the above documents in the United States, is not inherently illegal. But it could be, depending on what you do with it.
You certainly can photocopy those things, and stick them in a drawer, and you have not broken any laws. But if you photocopy them, in an effort to then do something nefarious with them, then that could be illegal.
Sometimes you are required to photocopy documentation such as a passport or drivers license to send to a Financial institution or some other company to prove that you are who you say you are, and/or to prove that you live at the address you say you do.
Obviously, it’s not that hard to alter something on a document so the photocopy shows something different regarding relevant information. That is why the government is not going to accept a photocopy of one of these documents as definitive proof of anything. But when you are dealing with a private company, they may accept the photocopy.
I remember when I was in college, color photocopying Was just in it’s in infancy and most state drivers licenses were not made with the security features they are today so that when they were photocopied, something like the word VOID, would not show up on the copy, like it does today. It was a big deal if you could use a photo colorcopier, so that you could alter the date of birth information and then work to create a false photo ID, mainly for the purposes of being able to purchase alcohol, which in the United States is the minimum age of 21, for many years now now. I remember that you could not even go into a Staples or a store like that, and use a color copier by yourself. You had to you to the store employee what you wanted copied, and they would do it. Obviously, they were not supposed to Color copy a doctored version of a drivers license for example.
I knew a kid in college, who purchased a color copier for maybe $5000 or more, so he could manufacture fake IDs, and he made quite a profit doing so.
Nowadays, if you try to color copy a state ID or passport, you will get all sorts of disqualifying words or logos on the copy which will make it useless to try to turn it into a fraudulent ID.
Copying checks is something that I can’t think of a really legitimate reason why you would want to do that. Again, if you did it, and just crumpled up afterwards and threw it away, I can’t imagine how that is a crime. The crime would be what you did with the copy. Obviously, if you tried to do something with it, like change the dollar amount or who the check is made out to, and then try to cash it or deposit it, you would be looking at serious bank fraud. But again, just the act of copying it, and not doing anything More than that, I don’t think it is going to get you in much trouble. It’s your actions at afterwards that would make what you did possibly illegal.
But, since I’m not completely up-to-date on what some states or the federal government might say about something like this, in theory would be illegal just to make the copy. Sometimes statutes are written very broadly, so that even though you were not trying to do Anything Fraudulent, in theory, I guess it could be illegal, although, again, if you had no mens rea to do anything more than just see what the photo copy looked like for your edification, I doubt you would get in serious trouble if you never did anything illegal with it.
And regarding passports I believe the state department does encourage you to copy the information page and keep it in a separate place from your passport when you travel, or also at home, so that if you lose your passport, you either have the copy of the information page Which will greatly expedite the issuance of a new passport while you are abroad at the US Embassy or Consulate either with you, and/or at home, where someone can email or fax it to you.