“South Bend is a big city with lots of things to do.
But we’re not going to have all the fun if you can’t do the right thing and stop us.”
The man, who identified himself only as “A.K.,” said he had a few ideas to keep South Bend safe, but that “the real solution” was the city’s police department.
The man said he was looking for someone to go undercover and gather evidence to help the city stop the NSA’s activities.
“We can’t have this happening,” he said.
“There’s going to be repercussions.”
As of Sunday afternoon, A.K. had collected 1,000 photos and videos, including one that showed a man and his girlfriend filming the NSA gathering at a church in the city, according to a statement from South Bend Police Chief Scott Bixby.
“The images are not public property,” Bixson said in a statement.
“However, I do believe that those who have taken the photographs should have their names and addresses released and the video footage taken.”
South Bend’s police chief says the photos and video should be released to the public, but the department is still working to identify those involved.
“We need to be sure that if we release these photos to the general public, that there are no names that are associated with these individuals, but if we have a name that has been identified, that we know about and that we have the names of the individuals, that the public will be able to get to that information,” Bresson said in an interview with the South Bend Tribune.
The surveillance photos and surveillance videos that A.G. has captured include one man wearing a mask with a black visor and carrying a rifle and one man who is armed with a knife.
“I’ve been waiting for this day to come,” A. G. said.
He also has pictures of the man and the woman who are still unidentified.
“There is a lot of misinformation out there and a lot that is out there that is trying to scare people,” he told the Tribune.
It’s not just going to stop when the mayor and city council step down.””
A large part of the surveillance was in the guise of protecting the public’s safety, said A. K. “They need to stop it now.
It’s not just going to stop when the mayor and city council step down.
“South Bend has had a history of violence.
In 2009, a man wearing an orange jumpsuit attacked two women with a rock and stabbed one of them to death.
Two years later, police officers shot and killed a man in the parking lot of a liquor store.
The attack was captured on a surveillance video.
In 2012, police shot and wounded a man who was trying to steal a backpack from a store.
In January 2013, a woman was shot to death during a protest.
This is what happens when you’re not afraid of what you see,” he wrote in an email.
K.’s wife and children were among those who gathered at the church Sunday.
“Our hearts are broken, but we have faith that this is the right time,” she wrote in a post on her Facebook page.
“My husband is a patriot.
The surveillance videos, which A. C. has posted on YouTube, are available for people to view.””
In light of the news of the NSA surveillance, we ask that you help us by taking down the spyware that is taking over our lives,” she said.
The surveillance videos, which A. C. has posted on YouTube, are available for people to view.
“If you have information that can help us to stop this, please contact us at [email protected],” she continued.
We are grateful.”