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Q&A:

asked How to help fight the growing police abuse and impunity epidemic?

What can I do to help bust dirty cops and make sure those who abuse their authority are held accountable? I respect cops, but I just want to make sure the dirty ones are wiped out so they don’t give the good ones a bad name.

And got the following answer:

You could do something similar to the stuff that Barry Cooper does with this “Kop Busters” thing, set up little sting operations and catch it on video where the only way a cop could respond is if he did something illegal. They did something like set up a rental house with a few small Christmas trees and a bright grow-light simulating a marijuana grow operation and waiting for the town’s police to raid the place, which they did… point being there’s no way they could have obtained a warrant to raid that house unless they either lied on the warrant or used a thermal imaging camera to scan houses for heat signatures indicating marijuana grow lighting in a way that the Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional without a prior search warrant being had.

Another sting they did was take a cooler bag, place a crack pipe (without residue as to not be illegal), $40 cash, and a fake drug ledger and fill it with junk to make it look “lived-in” and place a GPS tracking device inside, and leave it out in a secluded place at night and call in a tip about a suspicious bag. They got one good cop that found it, who took it immediately to the station’s evidence locker (as evidenced by the GPS tracker) and the public record showed all the contents, including the cash, were accounted for, as the law states they are to do with any drug-related materials found. But repeating the operation with a different cop, and this cop first searched the bag and left, and then returned after a second tip call about the bag was made, and he searched the bag more carefully and then tossed it into a nearby dumpster. When the Kop Busters went through the bag, the money was missing. Total violation of the law. They didn’t speculate as such, but I thought it was suspicious that this cop first left the bag alone after going through it, as if to not want to interfere with drug business in town… makes one wonder if he has certain connections he didn’t want to upset.

But anyway, those were just 2 creative ideas I’ve seen used to bust bad police.

tookeey asked Where can I rent a thermal imaging camera to peform my own home energy inspection?

Does anyone know where I can rent a thermal imaging (infrared) camera to perform my own home energy audit? How much $ for a 1 day or weekend rental? I’m in Northern Virginia. Do any national stores rent them?

And got the following answer:

Seems like i remember you could buy a type of 35mm film for a camera that picked up infra-red heat. You may ask a camera store. Who knows maybe they rent thermal imaging camera’s

Dave asked How does someone hunt ghost?

My uncle saw a ghost and Me and my friends want to Go Ghosthunting at his rental House
Does any experienced ghosthunters have Steps to do so?

And got the following answer:

Yup.

Consult with professional ghost hunting groups like TAPS they give a lot of tips for new ghost hunters on their site http://the-atlantic-paranormal-society.com/arthunters.html .

You’ll need some equipment such as digital cameras, digital voice recorders, video cameras, EM detectors, laser thermometers and the coolest of the cool a thermal imaging camera which records images by heat signature. If on a budget then digital cameras and minicassette tapes.

Be prepared to spend a whole night in the place you’ll want to take a few people and sit in groups of 2 at various points depending on the size of the place you’re investigating and keep quiet unless you’re “calling out” for EVP’s.

You don’t need a medium because there are a lot of fakes and people who honestly believe they are but aren’t. They focus and then their mind pulls up something which they think is coming from the dead but is actually their subconscious making stuff up. I’ve actually seen ghosts on several occassions but i don’t think i’m psychic…maybe empathic…anyway.

You should go in with the mind of a skeptic try to dismiss what you see as supernatural. Just because something goes bump in the night doesn’t mean it’s a wraith. Stay objective.

Don’t be disappointed if you don’t see anything or get any EVPs (electronic voice phenomenononononon). A place can have a ghost smash everything in sight one day and then not have another manifesation for years.

Ghost hunting can be a great hobby make sure if you’re married your spouse has patience because you’ll be up late nights and who knows maybe you’ll be the one to get that holy grail of ghost hunting..the definitive proof…a true video of a full formed apparition interacting with you.

Whatever info you get make sure you share it with other ghost hunters.

Good luck.

tookeey asked Where can I rent a thermal imaging camera to peform my own home energy inspection?

Does anyone know where I can rent a thermal imaging (infrared) camera to perform my own home energy audit? How much $ for a 1 day or weekend rental? I’m in Northern Virginia. Do any national stores rent them?

And got the following answer:

Seems like i remember you could buy a type of 35mm film for a camera that picked up infra-red heat. You may ask a camera store. Who knows maybe they rent thermal imaging camera’s

asked How to help fight the growing police abuse and impunity epidemic?

What can I do to help bust dirty cops and make sure those who abuse their authority are held accountable? I respect cops, but I just want to make sure the dirty ones are wiped out so they don’t give the good ones a bad name.

And got the following answer:

You could do something similar to the stuff that Barry Cooper does with this “Kop Busters” thing, set up little sting operations and catch it on video where the only way a cop could respond is if he did something illegal. They did something like set up a rental house with a few small Christmas trees and a bright grow-light simulating a marijuana grow operation and waiting for the town’s police to raid the place, which they did… point being there’s no way they could have obtained a warrant to raid that house unless they either lied on the warrant or used a thermal imaging camera to scan houses for heat signatures indicating marijuana grow lighting in a way that the Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional without a prior search warrant being had.

Another sting they did was take a cooler bag, place a crack pipe (without residue as to not be illegal), $40 cash, and a fake drug ledger and fill it with junk to make it look “lived-in” and place a GPS tracking device inside, and leave it out in a secluded place at night and call in a tip about a suspicious bag. They got one good cop that found it, who took it immediately to the station’s evidence locker (as evidenced by the GPS tracker) and the public record showed all the contents, including the cash, were accounted for, as the law states they are to do with any drug-related materials found. But repeating the operation with a different cop, and this cop first searched the bag and left, and then returned after a second tip call about the bag was made, and he searched the bag more carefully and then tossed it into a nearby dumpster. When the Kop Busters went through the bag, the money was missing. Total violation of the law. They didn’t speculate as such, but I thought it was suspicious that this cop first left the bag alone after going through it, as if to not want to interfere with drug business in town… makes one wonder if he has certain connections he didn’t want to upset.

But anyway, those were just 2 creative ideas I’ve seen used to bust bad police.

Dave asked How does someone hunt ghost?

My uncle saw a ghost and Me and my friends want to Go Ghosthunting at his rental House
Does any experienced ghosthunters have Steps to do so?

And got the following answer:

Yup.

Consult with professional ghost hunting groups like TAPS they give a lot of tips for new ghost hunters on their site http://the-atlantic-paranormal-society.com/arthunters.html .

You’ll need some equipment such as digital cameras, digital voice recorders, video cameras, EM detectors, laser thermometers and the coolest of the cool a thermal imaging camera which records images by heat signature. If on a budget then digital cameras and minicassette tapes.

Be prepared to spend a whole night in the place you’ll want to take a few people and sit in groups of 2 at various points depending on the size of the place you’re investigating and keep quiet unless you’re “calling out” for EVP’s.

You don’t need a medium because there are a lot of fakes and people who honestly believe they are but aren’t. They focus and then their mind pulls up something which they think is coming from the dead but is actually their subconscious making stuff up. I’ve actually seen ghosts on several occassions but i don’t think i’m psychic…maybe empathic…anyway.

You should go in with the mind of a skeptic try to dismiss what you see as supernatural. Just because something goes bump in the night doesn’t mean it’s a wraith. Stay objective.

Don’t be disappointed if you don’t see anything or get any EVPs (electronic voice phenomenononononon). A place can have a ghost smash everything in sight one day and then not have another manifesation for years.

Ghost hunting can be a great hobby make sure if you’re married your spouse has patience because you’ll be up late nights and who knows maybe you’ll be the one to get that holy grail of ghost hunting..the definitive proof…a true video of a full formed apparition interacting with you.

Whatever info you get make sure you share it with other ghost hunters.

Good luck.

asked How to help fight the growing police abuse and impunity epidemic?

What can I do to help bust dirty cops and make sure those who abuse their authority are held accountable? I respect cops, but I just want to make sure the dirty ones are wiped out so they don’t give the good ones a bad name.

And got the following answer:

You could do something similar to the stuff that Barry Cooper does with this “Kop Busters” thing, set up little sting operations and catch it on video where the only way a cop could respond is if he did something illegal. They did something like set up a rental house with a few small Christmas trees and a bright grow-light simulating a marijuana grow operation and waiting for the town’s police to raid the place, which they did… point being there’s no way they could have obtained a warrant to raid that house unless they either lied on the warrant or used a thermal imaging camera to scan houses for heat signatures indicating marijuana grow lighting in a way that the Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional without a prior search warrant being had.

Another sting they did was take a cooler bag, place a crack pipe (without residue as to not be illegal), $40 cash, and a fake drug ledger and fill it with junk to make it look “lived-in” and place a GPS tracking device inside, and leave it out in a secluded place at night and call in a tip about a suspicious bag. They got one good cop that found it, who took it immediately to the station’s evidence locker (as evidenced by the GPS tracker) and the public record showed all the contents, including the cash, were accounted for, as the law states they are to do with any drug-related materials found. But repeating the operation with a different cop, and this cop first searched the bag and left, and then returned after a second tip call about the bag was made, and he searched the bag more carefully and then tossed it into a nearby dumpster. When the Kop Busters went through the bag, the money was missing. Total violation of the law. They didn’t speculate as such, but I thought it was suspicious that this cop first left the bag alone after going through it, as if to not want to interfere with drug business in town… makes one wonder if he has certain connections he didn’t want to upset.

But anyway, those were just 2 creative ideas I’ve seen used to bust bad police.