Tag Archives: Boston PD

Today in Recent History: Laughing at the Police State

by Garret Ean Jan 31 2017 On this date ten years ago, two artsy Boston residents faced down a militarized police bomb disposal unit, who were accusing them of faux terrorism, and took the opportunity to shift a discourse dominated … Continue reading

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AKPF #1: Wiretapus Dialectus

Straight off the press of the latest episode of AKPF #1, this persevering installment features historical footage from the Boston ATHF hoax of 2007 which resulted in a major press conference regarding hairstyles of the 1970s. The show also hosts … Continue reading

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Keene Peaceful Streets Films Unprecedented Snipers at PumpkinFest – Can You Identify Their Agency?

Jason Talley has the story at Free Keene. Below are photos from Garret Ean and Graham Colson. Photo by Graham Colson:

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Occupied Chicago: The NATO Summit Protest Tapes, Day Zero

by Garret Ean Jan 11 2013 Presenting Day Zero of Free Concord’s Occupied Chicago series. The series features limited commentary over the raw video taken while traveling to and attending the NATO summit protests last May. This segment takes place … Continue reading

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War on Cannabis – Boston: ‘It’s legal, but you still get a fine’

by Garret Ean Oct 15 2012 I’ve just gotten around to finalizing more videos from the NATO Summit in Chicago, and today I uploaded this short encounter from after our group’s second attempt to leave Boston. The third time proved … Continue reading

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Occupy Boston Visual Overview

by Garret Ean 30 Nov 2011 On November 22, I happened to be at Boston’s south station and had the privilege of visiting Occupy Boston. Dewey Square is situated at the foot of the Federal Reserve’s Boston branch, and as … Continue reading

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Court: Recording Police is a First Amendment Right

by Garret Ean Aug 31 2011 The federal first circuit court, which covers the New England area, has ruled that it is a clearly established first amendment right to record police performing their public duties, regardless of ambiguous wiretapping statutes. … Continue reading

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