What Happened When The Cops Took The Cameras

Luke Rudkowski and Dan Dicks sit down together to explain what happened when the cameras were stolen from them by the police.

Special Thanks to Line Sejr for back up camera and not leaving our side.

Via We Are Change


Luke Rudkowski is an independent journalist, activist, live streamer and founder of WeAreChange.org.

9 Comments on "What Happened When The Cops Took The Cameras"

  1. I have totally terminated all contact with my siblings over their psychotic support for the establishment.

    I don’t suppose that anyone here can say the same.

    • Number1Framer | May 30, 2014 at 1:06 am |

      Love the sinner, hate the sin.

    • misinformation | May 30, 2014 at 1:51 am |

      The same.

      I said it (trust me), do I win something?

      • Isn’t it strange how the Imperial West logically levys indefinate sanctions against rebellious nations, yet the common Westerner is incapable of consistently boycotting anyone or thing?

        I saw a Michael Moore stunt many years ago, where he set up a Saddam Hussein-themed petrol station in the U.S., selling very cheap fuel.

        People queued round the block.

    • Rhoid Rager | May 30, 2014 at 2:26 am |

      nice avatar. i mentioned to my good friend about 7 years ago that some may consider it reprehensible to wear a poppy during Remembrance Day (i didn’t explicitly say why, i just thought it was commonsense that remembering war deaths was a propaganda technique to concentrate the public’s psychic energy on war, rather than peace). The look on his face immediately signaled in me that i had said something to insult his entire family. his grandfather served in the Kanadian forces. my grandfather was an Enqlish working class labourer. we slowly drifted apart after that statement over beers. some people’s commonsense is another’s extreme mental instability.

      • Very often online, I’m confronted by cynical accusations that I’m insulting WWII veterans with my avatar (occasionally with preposterously ironic threats of punitive action, on behalf of those who’ve died for my freedoms).

        Who are typically dumbfounded by this succinct citation:

        ‘The…”Poppy Appeal”, which supports all current and former British military personnel.’ ~ h**p://en.m.wikipedia.*rg/wiki/Remembrance_poppy

  2. How sensationally convenient

    • Rhoid Rager | May 30, 2014 at 2:37 am |

      No, it’s just covering your ass when the pigs come up and take what’s not theirs. I might be inclined to turn that around on you and say: ‘Guest? How anonymously and flippantly convenient?’

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