Sunday, September 23, 2012

Everyone Who Attended OWS with a Cell Phone had Their Identity Logged

Private investigator Steven Rambam reports:
One of the biggest changes is the ability to track your physical location. I'm sorry I came in at the end of the previous talk. I heard them talk about surveying cell phones with a drone, in a wide area -- this is something that is done routinely now. I can tell you that everybody that attended an Occupy Wall Street protest, and didn't turn their cell phone off, or put it -- and sometimes even if they did -- the identity of that cell phone has been logged, and everybody who was at that demonstration, whether they were arrested, not arrested, whether their photos were ID'd, whether an informant pointed them out, it's known they were there anyway. This is routine.
Hmm, did you pass by an Occupation site?

Here's three hours of presentation by Rambam. His comment about OWS is at roughly the 7:30 mark of the first video. Note: He claims government is an amateur in collecting data compared to business.


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