As the November 2018 Election approaches, the continued
illegal surveillance of election officials and journalists has been noticed by a few alert
Sonoma County residents, even if they weren't sure quite what they were looking
at. The vibe of police power gone a muck is oozing its unseemly influence right
into the November election. That some Nor Cal politicians are owned by
organized crime is a systemic reality. Combined with a Fascist mentality and
twenty-first century technology leased out, they are free to practice fascism
on vulnerable Nor Cal citizens.
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Citizen 1, El Verano West
police helicopter last night
Does anyone know why there was a police helicopter with a
spotlight in El Verano last night? It woke us up and was shining over our house
for a while. Pretty creepy.
New4d ago · 20 neighborhoods in Crime & Safety
Citizen 2, El Verano·4d agoNew
Was wondering the same thing
Citizen 3, Railroad & Boyes·4d agoNew
Call the cops and ask them. Call the Index Tribune and tell
them to find out what's up with a copter hovering over people's houses in the
middle of the night.
Citizen 1, El Verano West·4d agoNew
I will when I have time.
Citizen 4, El Verano·4d agoNew
I was wondering the same thing. Super creepy.
Yup! Super creepy. I never thought that police helicopters
were creepy when I lived in a dangerous city, but in Sonoma, I want to know
what was happening!
Citizen 5, Temelec·4d agoNew
Finally I saw the alert in my email. I didn’t really
appreciate the lag time. They should have let us know there was no further
Citizen 1, El Verano West·3d agoNew
The helicopter did wake my household up, yes it was very
creepy to have the lights shining in my windows like there was someone outside
of them who I needed to be concerned about. What is your problem with me
expressing that concern?
Citizen 1, South Boyes Springs·2d agoNew
The only reason I thanked a post was because of the comment
“I wonder where he got that shiner”..
Which to me, was implying that the cops did something wrong
and were abusive..
“I am glad we kept the program intact. I know they took a hit (to the budget) and hopefully over the years we can grow the program further,” Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Chairman David Rabbitt said,