08 May 2009

"mark in atlanta, texas" on gadsen flag traffic stop in ball louisiana

early yesterday morning we received an email "tip" with the subject line: "louisiana cops detain man for 'don't tread on me' bumper sticker; suspect he's an 'extremist.'"

the tip provided a link to a blog post from the american vision blog entitled "man detained for displaying "don't tread on me" bumper sticker." the american vision blog is the blog for a website called the american vision.

we werent familar with either the blog or the website and after reading the blog post to us it seemed very ambiguous. the post starts off about how someone named rosemarie had called someone else about how her brother-in-law had been detained by the ball, louisiana police department supposedly because he was sporting a gadsen flag bumper sticker on his automobile. but the post didnt give a date for the pull-over or the name of the policemen involved or anything else to corroborate the story.

this morning we were surprised to hear someone call into the moon griffon radio program to say that the world net daily website was running this story.

so we jammed over to drudge where we know there is a link to world net daily towards the bottom of his links list. we dont trust world net daily because its run by the zionist jew / israeli agent joseph farah (farah claims that he is an "arab christian" but its more likely that he is a crypto-jew) and always has a pro israel and pro zionist slant. wnd also pushes christian zionist propaganda such as the column by christian zionist dirtbag hal lindsey.

sure enough they had the story at the top of the page

wnd had a little bit more on the story but they leave out a lot of information such as the identities of the mysterious ball policeman and ball police receptionist:
The situation developed in the small town of Ball, La., where a receptionist at the police department told WND she knew nothing about the traffic stop, during which the "suspect" was investigated for "extremist" activities, the relative said.

A man identifying himself as a police officer from Ball called WND later to report that the town's records of traffic stops did not include this situation. He suggested it might have involved one of several other agencies that work in the area. ~ read more
not long after the radio program, someone from the town of ball was using yahoo search for "moon griffon ball police department:"

ip number redacted

the local media as far as we know have been totally silent on the whole thing.

the audio of the moon griffon caller is here:

audio link