whose jurisdiction is giles flea market

whose jurisdiction is giles flea market

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move on movies

Ooltewah, TN

#1 Nov 6, 2011
whose jurisdiction is giles flea market? i was up there today and all i saw was bootleg dvds and druggies, snorting pills and smoking pot. if the dvds are illeagal and bunch of druggies from kentucky selling them why hasnt our local police done their job and cleaned this up.
Pssssss

Tazewell, TN

#2 Nov 6, 2011
Wish I know .. I wouldn't even buy them and knowing its illegal. If I wanted to see the movie that bad and wanted to add it to my collection .. I just waited out to buy it from store where its legal..
It would be nice someone go there and film it while buying it and turn it in other then local police department . They know what going on up there and they cant lie about that either.....I have a friend whos a cop and he said he know about it...
cartright

Ooltewah, TN

#3 Nov 6, 2011
the local police get free dvds so they aint gonna do nothing, plus most of the cops know the people or went to school with the people selling the dvds. they have been selling those dvds for a couple of years and nobody has got into any trouble for it yet. as for the drugs well this is claiborne county.
dumnasses

Ooltewah, TN

#4 Nov 6, 2011
you bunch of idiots should know that burning dvds is a victimless crime, and the ones who benifit the most are the consumers who save thousands of dollars on the dvds, how many people buy a dvd and watch it once maybe twice, so where is the justice in paying 20+ dollars to watch a dvd a couple of times in these trying financial times. just come on to giles flea market and you can buy a bootleg copy for 2 dollars and watch it and throw it away when finished just like the other cheap chinese shit. god bless america cause we sure wont.
Dont_STEAL IT

White Pine, TN

#5 Nov 6, 2011
dumnasses wrote:
...how many people buy a dvd and watch it once maybe twice...
Exactly....

That's why I just go pay a dollar at Red Box to watch a DVD. It legal AND it's cheap. If you have one of those CODES...you can even rent it for FREE.

It cost a lot to make a movie. You don't have to buy the retail CD...but if you don't toss them SOMETHING (like a dollar)...how are they gonna pay to distribute the movie on DVD to begin with?

Besides.....Hollywood only produces 2 or 3 a year that isn't just vile GARBAGE anyway.

HERE'S a MOVIE PICK if you want to see something clean and decent...you can even watch it with your kids.

The most recent CAPTAIN AMERICA. It's in Red Boxes now for $1.00

“Pills are good”

Since: Sep 11

Tazewell, TN

#7 Nov 7, 2011
Giles faimly and our hihg and mighty sheriff are kin so chill the flea is a cool place
That is over there heads

New Tazewell, TN

#8 Nov 7, 2011
To report dvd
18006626797
That is over there heads

New Tazewell, TN

#9 Nov 7, 2011
Document the Piracy

1:Record the basics. When you report to the authorities, they will ask for standard information; the who, what, where and when pertaining to the pirated DVD.

2:Organize the information before making the report. Once you've gathered all of the information about the pirated DVD, you must organize the information so that the facts are easily accessible to make the report.

3:Record as many details as you can pertaining to the DVD piracy. Especially in the case of large scale operations, even the smallest detail can lead to the pirates' apprehension.
Report the Piracy

1:Contact the filmmakers. You can find the production company's name on the back of the DVD. If your copy doesn't have a cover you can also find the name after the movie, at the end of the credits. When you have the name, find the company's website (see the resource section of this article) and go to contact information. There might also be a link for reporting a pirated movie. If there isn't, then just email, write or call the company. Your report will be directed to the appropriate department.

2:Figure out if the pirating was an isolated instance or if the person is running a pirating business. The answer to this question will decide whether you report only to the film studio or the federal government. An isolated incident can be reported to either however the federal government is better equipped to deal with a large scale operation than a movie studio.

3:Contact the US Justice Department. DVD Pirating is a federal offense. The Justice Department has a site devoted to pirating. They have an address, telephone number and fax number that you can use to report the instance of pirating.

4:Report to one source that will do the rest. The Motion Picture Association has a section of its site dedicated to DVD pirating. There is a tab on the home page that will lead you to the right place to report DVD piracy.
That is over there heads

New Tazewell, TN

#10 Nov 7, 2011
Giles Flea Market
Highway 25 East
Tazewell, TN 37879
Fact

Ooltewah, TN

#11 Nov 8, 2011
Don't waste your time, Those that sell movies at the flea market are already busted they just haven't been picked up yet. The Feds have been watching and documenting for a year. Cases like this take a while to come about. Buy the movies while you can as soon there will be no more.
why

United States

#12 Nov 13, 2011
why would anybody want to ruin a good thing. It is not like the movies are going to kill someone. Forget this and bust the drug dealers in this county. Go to Middlesboro and pay a couple of bucks to watch a movie or go to the flea market and buy one and take the chance of it playing. I have 4 that wont do anything. No harm in that. It was my choice to buy from them. With the economy the way it is, let them make a dollar if they can. The mexicans out there sure rake in the bucks. Wonder if they are legal? I dought it. That would be of more importance to me than a country boy trying to make a buck.
Someone

New Tazewell, TN

#13 Nov 13, 2011
why wrote:
why would anybody want to ruin a good thing. It is not like the movies are going to kill someone. Forget this and bust the drug dealers in this county. Go to Middlesboro and pay a couple of bucks to watch a movie or go to the flea market and buy one and take the chance of it playing. I have 4 that wont do anything. No harm in that. It was my choice to buy from them. With the economy the way it is, let them make a dollar if they can. The mexicans out there sure rake in the bucks. Wonder if they are legal? I dought it. That would be of more importance to me than a country boy trying to make a buck.
You just do not really know do you.Pirated dvd's hurt everyone,They take jobs away from family's.If you do not know what i am talking about research it and you will understand.
Need2Knox

United States

#14 Nov 13, 2011
why wrote:
...The mexicans out there sure rake in the bucks. Wonder if they are legal?...
What are they selling ?
also

Tazewell, TN

#15 Nov 14, 2011
That is over there heads wrote:
Document the Piracy
1:Record the basics. When you report to the authorities, they will ask for standard information; the who, what, where and when pertaining to the pirated DVD.
2:Organize the information before making the report. Once you've gathered all of the information about the pirated DVD, you must organize the information so that the facts are easily accessible to make the report.
3:Record as many details as you can pertaining to the DVD piracy. Especially in the case of large scale operations, even the smallest detail can lead to the pirates' apprehension.
Report the Piracy
1:Contact the filmmakers. You can find the production company's name on the back of the DVD. If your copy doesn't have a cover you can also find the name after the movie, at the end of the credits. When you have the name, find the company's website (see the resource section of this article) and go to contact information. There might also be a link for reporting a pirated movie. If there isn't, then just email, write or call the company. Your report will be directed to the appropriate department.
2:Figure out if the pirating was an isolated instance or if the person is running a pirating business. The answer to this question will decide whether you report only to the film studio or the federal government. An isolated incident can be reported to either however the federal government is better equipped to deal with a large scale operation than a movie studio.
3:Contact the US Justice Department. DVD Pirating is a federal offense. The Justice Department has a site devoted to pirating. They have an address, telephone number and fax number that you can use to report the instance of pirating.
4:Report to one source that will do the rest. The Motion Picture Association has a section of its site dedicated to DVD pirating. There is a tab on the home page that will lead you to the right place to report DVD piracy.
Prepare to testify, expose your identity,(no witness protection program for this type crime, and besides who want to live in Boise, Idaho?), and last but certainly not least, live in fear from the folks who just trying to make it today. At least it's not drugs!
Someone

New Tazewell, TN

#16 Nov 16, 2011
also wrote:
<quoted text>Prepare to testify, expose your identity,(no witness protection program for this type crime, and besides who want to live in Boise, Idaho?), and last but certainly not least, live in fear from the folks who just trying to make it today. At least it's not drugs!
If you are trying to scare me.....I laugh in your face,Do you think i give a rats ass about who is selling them and putting families out on the streets,All these ripping off,low down,lazy asses that sell pirated dvd's will get busted very soon.
To someone

Winchester, KY

#17 Nov 20, 2011
If you'e not scared then why are you not posting your name? Sounds to me like you're nothing but a trouble maker.
osomabeenbombing

Tazewell, TN

#18 Nov 24, 2011
i guess next your gonna say the money goes to terrorists like money from pot. our own goverment sells guns to the mexicans but we are supposed to obey the law. our own government sold us out a long time ago, so why not sell what you want to who you want and the government should keep to their illegal gun running and bringing the cocain in for the drug cartels they have been in cahoots since the 60's so it shouldnt surprise anyone.
Marty

Ooltewah, TN

#19 Jul 26, 2013
The Giles Flea Mkt is fantactic. If you only see bootleg movies, then maybe you better open your eyes! They have great deals on rugs, dishes, wonderful home grown produce, whatever. Look deeper, if you really want to find something, look harder.
Venessa

Ooltewah, TN

#20 Jul 26, 2013
Are you idiots just obsessed with the bootleg movie crap?? Then dont buy any.! Is that all you see? Open your eyes! What about horse tack, peaches, tools, yard sale finds? Why give your money to the all mighty Walmart when you can support a local person that depends on this income as their way of life., I found a rug for $30.00, the exact same as Home Depot sold for $99.00.
Person

Tazewell, TN

#21 Aug 23, 2013
It is in county jurisdiction, but if it is DVD's ....Now that would be the FBI> Call the Knoxville office. We have bigger problem than Illegal DVD's.

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