Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Even if I did run a light (which I didn't) $220. + 2 pts for a first time moving violation in over 15 years?

Your tax dollars at work.

I wonder why South Burlington Police Chief Trevor Whipple NEVER allows citizens who are clearly being harassed to have access to the dash camera video of the traffic stop? It's a public record and it's me supposedly "breaking the law." So let's see it!

Remember, there are two ways to enforce the law when it comes to local law enforcement:

You can enforce the law by earning the public's respect, such as giving them a warning if they have a clean DMV history and no priors, or you may enforce the law by busting as many people as you can, earning the public's disrespect, justifiable fear and loathing.

The choice is yours, just as much as it is theirs, but the "Justice Vacuum" exists in both Burlington and South Burlington, Vermont and the following document is an example of that sad fact.

Its not WHAT laws you enforce but HOW you enforce them and the state of Vermont has this well hidden history of police misconduct which for some reason has been obscured from the public's eye.

I mean lets face it, if you're not the one being harassed why bother? "Let them do their job" right?

This is the "old breezer" or to suggest that wasting hundreds of thousands of dollars of your and my tax money by selectively harassing peaceful tax payers just because you disagree with them, share a different opinion or need someone to target is an example of Pure Vermont Bigotry through and through and this is what you're looking at right here.

Monday, September 22, 2014

I've never "run a red light" in my entire life

On 9/11 of this year, yes "9/11" I was stopped while working by South Burlington Police Officer Dennis Ward who claims I "ran a red light" and gave me a $220. ticket with 2 points off my pristine Vermont Driver's License.

Knowing fully well I didn't "run a red light," nor have I ever, I contested the ticket and also requested the video dash cam footage of me "running this red light" which exists on all police vehicles.

Since my request was processed, the Chief of the South Burlington Police, Trevor Whipple told me that this video doesn't exist because the "system was down" that day "non-operational."

This is not the first nor second time, I've been harassed by our local police where their chief Trevor Whipple, has denied public access to dash cam video footage for the purposes of confirming the harassing officer's claims.

The public should always be mindful that the video dashboard cameras fitted to most all police cruisers are for the public to make sure the police aren't abusing their power just as much as they are for the police to prove your guilt.

I've requested the written, logged or recorded evidence of the video camera's being "non-operational" for that day. IF what the chief says was true, then there should be evidence and proof of that.

We will see...


The South Burlington Police have been increasingly more and more oppressive and highly selective in who they ticket. Their "enforcement" of our laws is by no means "equal" by a large margin.

This particular officer has been seen numerous times over zealously "enforcing the law" in South Burlington and it is little surprise to me that he engage in this retaliatory type of harassment.

The South Burlington and Burlington Police have been harassing me at my employment, me at my home, my mother at her house and on the phone at both places now for the past seven or eight years.

I don't think I'm worthy in any sense of any expenditure of your tax dollars under the pretext of an "Investigation." And as long as these people are harassing me and my mother with your tax dollars as retaliation for me doing the Right Thing peacefully without breaking the law, then I'll not only write about it, I'll publish and promote it til my dying breath.

I mean who wouldn't?