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by Phil Polizatto, WWH/CJE - The Water Department came by the other day to install a small metering device under the lip of my toilet bowl. When I asked the reason, he said it would provide useful data concerning the amount of water I use, but I was suspicious. He tried to allay my concern by saying it would be useful not only to the Water Department, but to me as well. I might conserve more water after learning how much I really use and thereby have the incentive to flush less. He also warned me that if I tampered with it, it would set off an alarm at the Department’s headquarters, and they would immediately come out to see what was wrong. So not to worry. It was for my own good.
To the officer who sat in circle on the land today. Here is your proof. This was filmed June 15th or 16th from what is currently bus village. They flew multiple passes on multiple days but I have not seen them for a few days now.
REVISION Fly over by NYPD had not been spotted for a few days... TODAY MONDAY JUNE 25th they sent the NYPD again about 10:30AM
June 27th: numerous reports from locals insist that these fly overs are simply helicopters being repaired a few miles away that are on a test drive. If this is truly the case please fly somewhere else cause your freakin' people out.
UPDATE JUNE 29th -
NYPD gets $10M radiation-spotting chopper 28 Jun 2012 The newest tool designed to protect New York is a specially outfitted helicopter -- the Bell 412 chopper. The new $10 million dollar craft was being delivered from the factory in Tennessee. It's loaded with $4 million worth of hi-tech equipment, and part of its job is to keep a nuclear bomb out of the city. [Yeah, right!] The new New York Police Department chopper is equipped with new radiation detection equipment so sensitive that it can fly over a container, cargo or tanker ship and accurately detect a radiation signature from an altitude of 200 feet.
program: Evening News Book content: 0 program date: Thu, 02/02/2012 Short Description: FDA Whistleblower Visibility Site category: News & Public Affairs KBOO Station News Featured content: Display this node in featured content lists on home & landing pages. Newly-released documents show that the Food and Drug Administration targeted whistleblowers for special surveillance and monitoring. KBOO reporter Sue Supriano spoke with Stephen Kohn, the executive director of The National Whistleblowers Center and the attorney for six FDA whistleblowers who filed a lawsuit after being targeted. In a recent statement, Mr. Kohn called the monitoring by FDA unconstitutional, saying it contrasted the company’s otherwise neutral surveillance policy. 3:55 minutes (3.59 MB)