sellers and buyers
not gonna take it anymore

Grundy, VA

#1 Aug 8, 2012
I have had enough of the drug dealers and buyers on slate creek and compton mountain so if you buying from these dealers i will be video taping you and getting tag numbers. I have lost the last family member to you people i will be calling you out so starting today I will give a update of who is selling and buying maybe the police will get tired and do something about it or when i start posting your names for everyone and i will call your work place and advise them that i have video of you buy drugs and to have you drug tested so you lose your jobs, homes, family and money. I want everyone to know that if someone sells drugs to your kids and they die you can sue that person so lets wake up and get going who is with me
Really

United States

#2 Aug 8, 2012
Sounds like you have to much free time on your hands, maybe you should give the government back it's monthly check and get yourself a job!!!
NOT GONNA TAKE IT ANYMORE

Grundy, VA

#3 Aug 8, 2012
Really wrote:
Sounds like you have to much free time on your hands, maybe you should give the government back it's monthly check and get yourself a job!!!
I worked for over 25 years so the government check I receive I have earned and time is all I have now that one of the most important person in my life is gone now due to the dope dealer in these areas. I will make this my life's mission and Anthony Skeens will know everyone of them and every buyer as well and if he will allow me to go in and wear the wire I will.
Really

United States

#4 Aug 8, 2012
I hate you lost someone, but unfortunately it's not the drugs dealers fault, the person you lost chose to do and to continue to do drugs, even if you bust the biggest drug dealer around, another will step up in their place. Just the way it is!
Listen

Okeechobee, FL

#5 Aug 8, 2012
what your saying can land you in alot of legal trouble.Best mine your own,and don't worry about what other people do.Sounds like your jealous cause you have no one stopping at your house
Sam

Charlottesville, VA

#6 Aug 9, 2012
I will be putting up two video cameras and will post the pictures and tag numbers on the internet so everyone can see!
oa oa

Haysi, VA

#7 Aug 9, 2012
The guy next door to my house was taking photos of people buying and selling last week. the cops found out and charged him with invading privacy, Recording of Individuals Without Their Consent (Class 6 Felony)Slander and photographed without consent also a felony. The only legal way to do it is have a warrant that allows you to so. That would not be given to you unless you narc. To do that you must be willing to walk to someones house and ask for the pill or ext.. The reason most narcs are drug users in jail is not only because they are trusted and know where to buy it, but because if they are killed or something bad happens to them the county police is not held responsible. To be frank in this country they will not send a cop to get the hard evidence when they can have a narc do it for free.

With that said all you can do is talk to someone about it at the court house but it will just fall on deft ears because everyone wants revenge and they sources are sometimes unreliable. Most of the time people that get caught are buying from someone who has a steady and huge supply of drugs and they will narc out the kingpin.

you can write down what you see but don't tell them you have video or recordings unless you want a charge and every camera,flash drive, disk, computer and memory devices taken away to be left in the evidence locker under the courthouse for 20 years.
Sam

Charlottesville, VA

#8 Aug 9, 2012
oa oa wrote:
The guy next door to my house was taking photos of people buying and selling last week. the cops found out and charged him with invading privacy, Recording of Individuals Without Their Consent (Class 6 Felony)Slander and photographed without consent also a felony.
You dumb a$$! There is not a law against taking pictures or video in public and it sure is not a "Class 6 Felony or Slander"! You must be on drugs!
You can take any picture or video you want as long as a person is in public (outside their home, on the porch, standing in the yard, etc..)! You cannot take pictures or video in their house without their permission and if the window blinds are closed. In their home is considered private.
oa oa wrote:
you can write down what you see but don't tell them you have video or recordings unless you want a charge and every camera,flash drive, disk, computer and memory devices taken away to be left in the evidence locker under the courthouse for 20 years.
You can post all the pictures and video along with tag numbers on the internet if they are taken in public and there is nothing the law can do about you posting the info. Ask a lawyer yourself!
Sam Supporter

Grundy, VA

#9 Aug 9, 2012
We need a lot more people like Sam in this community. We should all be sick and tired of what drugs are doing to our county. Thank you Sam. I appreciate what you are going to do and I hope it will have good results.
oa oa

Haysi, VA

#10 Aug 9, 2012
taking photos of someones house would be taking photos of privet property.

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18.2-386.1. Unlawful filming, videotaping or photographing of another; penalty.

A. It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly and intentionally videotape, photograph, or film any nonconsenting person or create any videographic or still image record by any means whatsoever of the nonconsenting person if (i) that person is totally nude, clad in undergarments, or in a state of undress so as to expose the genitals, pubic area, buttocks or female breast in a restroom, dressing room, locker room, hotel room, motel room, tanning bed, tanning booth, bedroom or other location; or (ii) the videotape, photograph, film or videographic or still image record is created by placing the lens or image-gathering component of the recording device in a position directly beneath or between a person's legs for the purpose of capturing an image of the person's intimate parts or undergarments covering those intimate parts when the intimate parts or undergarments would not otherwise be visible to the general public; and when the circumstances set forth in clause (i) or (ii) are otherwise such that the person being videotaped, photographed, filmed or otherwise recorded would have a reasonable expectation of privacy.

B. The provisions of this section shall not apply to filming, videotaping or photographing or other still image or videographic recording by (i) law-enforcement officers pursuant to a criminal investigation which is otherwise lawful or (ii) correctional officials and local or regional jail officials for security purposes or for investigations of alleged misconduct involving a person committed to the Department of Corrections or to a local or regional jail, or to any sound recording of an oral conversation made as a result of any videotaping or filming pursuant to Chapter 6 ( 19.2-61 et seq.) of Title 19.2.

C. A violation of subsection A shall be punishable as a Class 1 misdemeanor.

D. A violation of subsection A involving a nonconsenting person under the age of 18 shall be punishable as a Class 6 felony.

E. Where it is alleged in the warrant, information, or indictment on which the person is convicted and found by the court or jury trying the case that the person has previously been convicted within the 10-year period immediately preceding the offense charged of two or more of the offenses specified in this section, each such offense occurring on a different date, and when such offenses were not part of a common act, transaction, or scheme, and such person has been at liberty as defined in 53.1-151 between each conviction, he shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony.

(1994, c. 640; 2004, c. 844; 2005, c. 375; 2008, c. 7
oa oa

Haysi, VA

#11 Aug 9, 2012
18.2-386.1. Unlawful filming, videotaping or photographing of another; penalty.

A. It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly and intentionally videotape, photograph, or film any nonconsenting person or create any videographic or still image record by any means whatsoever of the nonconsenting person if (i) that person is totally nude, clad in undergarments, or in a state of undress so as to expose the genitals, pubic area, buttocks or female breast in a restroom, dressing room, locker room, hotel room, motel room, tanning bed, tanning booth, bedroom or other location; or (ii) the videotape, photograph, film or videographic or still image record is created by placing the lens or image-gathering component of the recording device in a position directly beneath or between a person's legs for the purpose of capturing an image of the person's intimate parts or undergarments covering those intimate parts when the intimate parts or undergarments would not otherwise be visible to the general public; and when the circumstances set forth in clause (i) or (ii) are otherwise such that the person being videotaped, photographed, filmed or otherwise recorded would have a reasonable expectation of privacy.

B. The provisions of this section shall not apply to filming, videotaping or photographing or other still image or videographic recording by (i) law-enforcement officers pursuant to a criminal investigation which is otherwise lawful or (ii) correctional officials and local or regional jail officials for security purposes or for investigations of alleged misconduct involving a person committed to the Department of Corrections or to a local or regional jail, or to any sound recording of an oral conversation made as a result of any videotaping or filming pursuant to Chapter 6 ( 19.2-61 et seq.) of Title 19.2.

C. A violation of subsection A shall be punishable as a Class Class 6 felony .

D. A violation of subsection A involving a nonconsenting person under the age of 18 shall be punishable as a Class 4 felony.

E. Where it is alleged in the warrant, information, or indictment on which the person is convicted and found by the court or jury trying the case that the person has previously been convicted within the 10-year period immediately preceding the offense charged of two or more of the offenses specified in this section, each such offense occurring on a different date, and when such offenses were not part of a common act, transaction, or scheme, and such person has been at liberty as defined in 53.1-151 between each conviction, he shall be guilty of a Class 6 felony.

(1994, c. 640; 2004, c. 844; 2005, c. 375; 2008, c. 7
Sam

Charlottesville, VA

#12 Aug 9, 2012
oa oa wrote:
taking photos of someones house would be taking photos of privet property.
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18.2-386.1. Unlawful filming, videotaping or photographing of another; penalty.
A. It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly and intentionally videotape, photograph, or film any nonconsenting person or create any videographic or still image record by any means whatsoever of the nonconsenting person if (i) that person is totally nude, clad in undergarments, or in a state of undress so as to expose the genitals, pubic area, buttocks or female breast in a restroom, dressing room, locker room, hotel room, motel room, tanning bed, tanning booth, bedroom or other location; or (ii) the videotape, photograph, film or videographic or still image record is created by placing the lens or image-gathering component of the recording device in a position directly beneath or between a person's legs for the purpose of capturing an image of the person's intimate parts or undergarments covering those intimate parts when the intimate parts or undergarments would not otherwise be visible to the general public; and when the circumstances set forth in clause (i) or (ii) are otherwise such that the person being videotaped, photographed, filmed or otherwise recorded would have a reasonable expectation of privacy.
You dumba$$! You did not read what you posted or you did not understand! That law states you cannot video and or photograph a person that "would have a reasonable expectation of privacy."

You can video and or photograph anyone in the public, that means outside their home, on the porch, standing in the yard, standing beside their car, etc.. where they do not "have a reasonable expectation of privacy."

Are you worried my might end up on the internet? Stop smoking crack, it is messing up your brain!
Sam Supporter

Grundy, VA

#13 Aug 9, 2012
OK Sam.
Be sure not to film drug sellers or buyers if they are nude. And, don't record their voices.

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