Police State Paul: Babeu Wants Your Eyeballs


4th Amendment Effectively Dead in Pinal County
CameraFRAUD Exclusive

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu was elected in 2008 on a platform of eliminating invasive and fraudulent automated ticketing within his jurisdiction. He claimed at the time the “public-private partnership“ between Redflex and municipalities was “corrupting law enforcement”.

The cameras came down as promised, and Paul received widespread media attention for his actions.

Now, that same Sheriff who pretended to be civil-liberties minded has pulled a draconian “one eighty,” and he’s coming for your eyeballs with a technology that makes speed cameras look like a children’s toy.

And yes, it’s all about “safety:”

 …The Pinal County Sheriff’s Office is the first law enforcement organization in Arizona to implement Iris Biometric Identification Technology agency-wide… the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office intends to implement the technology in the field to enable patrol deputies, detectives and SWAT members to verify the identity, and access criminal background and risk information, on suspects using a hand-held, wireless and multi-modal (iris, fingerprint and facial) biometric recognition device operating on a Smartphone.

 Translation: your identification cards are no longer “good enough” in Pinal County and you should expect to be treated as a criminal until proven otherwise.

 Pulled over for a busted tail light? That’s a face-scannin’.

 Suspected of speeding? Iris, please!

 No ID? Hand over your hand, slave. Time for a field fingerprinting!

 Liberty is when government is tightly controlled and restricted, and the people are left to handle their affairs in private. Tyranny is when government affairs are private, and the people are tightly controlled and restricted.

 Paul Babeu: You’re the ultimate FRAUD.

 [more on this later]

26 Responses to Police State Paul: Babeu Wants Your Eyeballs

  1. Sh carlsen says:

    NULLIFICATION.

    Draw your lines now.

    People must resist these devices. Indexing humans and eliminating the ability to operate privately are the final steps to the completion of the police state.

  2. Sure says:

    4409 T-Shirts

  3. Nice Old Granny says:

    Once mil-intel, always mil-intel, as they say.

  4. yoyo says:

    Awe…. your boy Bubu is a fraud after all this time you all bowed down to him.. Could have told you that when he accepted funds from photo enforcement money. Could have told you that along time ago, but ya’ll wouldn’t listen. He was the wolf and ya’ll were the sheeple…

  5. True Republican says:

    Iris biometrics is just like fingerprints, yet not ink. It’s used only for the inmates in their Jail and for the 700 sex offenders…I read the entire news article. I want these criminals tracked better. I’m all for protecting our liberties, yet we need to have a balance of rights and BEST protection of our safety…there is a fine line and the Sheriff has not crossed it.

    • reading 101 says:

      Multiple articles say these are being deployed in the field so any and all deputies can scan various metrics at their whim.

      In addition, since when did it bevome law that those ‘convicted’ of something lose all human rights and basic levels of decency?

      I agree with the other poster that indexing humans is beyond uncool.

  6. Sure says:

    Utah has passed a law intended to encourage residents to use gold or silver [XAG Unavailable coins made by the Mint as cash, but with their value based on the weight of the precious metals in them, not the face value – if, that is, they can find a merchant willing to accept the coins on that basis.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/43214726

  7. fire says:

    Of course any single scan won’t be good enough, so get used to all three plus portable dna sampling coming to a traffic stop (or airport) near you.

    I say smack ’em outta the cops hands and watch their toys shatter on the ground.

  8. Sure says:

    Washington: City Sued for Blocking Anti-Camera Referendum
    Lawsuit to be filed against Longview, Washington for blocking a valid ballot initiative against the use of photo enforcement.

    A lawsuit will be filed tomorrow in Longview, Washington seeking to force city officials to abide by the statutory filing requirement for an initiative that would give residents a say in whether or not red light cameras and speed cameras can be used in the community. On May 23, initiative co-sponsors Josh Sutinen and Mike Wallin handed 3628 signatures on a petition for a ballot measure to the city clerk — exceeding the legally required amount. The city council chose to make up its own procedure.

    On Wednesday, the city council voted 4-3 to create an “advisory” vote and throw out the initiative filed by Sutinen, Wallin and the statewide groups Campaign for Liberty, VotersWantMoreChoices.com and Bancams.com. Sutinen and Wallin’s lawsuit explains simply that state law offers the city no such option. The law requires the collection of signatures from fifteen percent of the voters registered during the last general city election, which would be 2677, for a petition to be valid. Once turned in to the city clerk, the clerk within three working days “shall transmit the petition to the county auditor,” according to state law.

    “As of Wednesday, May 25th, the city clerk did not transfer the petitions to the county auditor for signature verification in the required three day period required by RCW 35.21.005(4),” attorney Shawn Timothy Newman wrote for the petitioners. “The clerk has a clear ministerial duty to act.”

    http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/34/3493.asp#source

  9. vinny says:

    WHAT THE FUCK ARE THESE OUTA CONTROL ASSHOLES DOING ? WHO THE FUCK DO THESE NAZIS THINK THEY ARE ???? damn this bastards. All the stuff I heard about police state coming is winding up to be A FACT, A DAMNED FACT. I DONT THINK I’M GOING TO BE LIVING MUCH LONGER BECAUSE I’M NOT BENDING OVER FOR THESE ASSHOLES, THEY CAN GO FUCK THEIR DOG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  10. Sure says:

    I am thinking I am going to get out of this country.

  11. 4409 says:

    Give me them there eyeballs matey….arrrrrrrrrr

  12. B says:

    Paul Babeu has stood up for taking down the cameras because they didn’t work and were all about money. He’s dealing with issues FAR beyond anything that has to do with making $200 for going 11 over in a speed camera trap.

    To turn on him like this is out of line, whether you agree with him or not. And no – he is not a fraud.

    Dial down the rhetoric and think for a moment before posting opinions like this, maybe?

    • noteworthy says:

      “turn on him”?

      That’s like “turning” on a “friend” who just stabbed you in the back.

      It’s simple, B: either we have LIBERTY (aka, the freedom to do as we please without incessant government intervention in our lives) or we DON’T.

      Does Babeu’s new toy INCREASE or DECREASE liberty, on average?

      Sure, a one-in-a-million felon might be “caught” with the device. At the cost of what? Databasing and cataloging sensitive biometric information— information with no expiration date, no procedures for removal— on potentially EVERYONE?

      It’s downright psychotic to feel the need to have that level of control over society, and by that standard this sheriff is literally mentally ill for thinking that this is OK.

    • yoyo says:

      He stood up against photo enforcement because it’s supposedly all about the money, but now he’s accepting 1.7 mil , money that will be mostly generated from photo enforcement.

  13. 4409 says:

    This is the crap he bought with the stimulus checks he got from the Fed after he got rid of photo radar.

  14. Sure says:

    Airport Scans Can Cause Anxiety For Those With Implanted Urologic Devices

    http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/227155.php

  15. photoradarscam says:

    Another example of how dangerous it is to park speed vans and trailers along the side of the highway:

    Sioux City woman crashes into I-29 speed camera
    http://www.siouxcityjournal.com/news/local/article_44db9fdc-a8ed-5bfa-be37-5a875a88a846.html

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