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Set up next to a small train station and across from a city park.



Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vshXO0OS6L0

SouthNewJerseyTRT | December 18, 2010 | 27 likes, 0 dislikes

Recently members of the South New Jersey Tyranny Response Team while driving down a slow backstreet in a small New Jersey town found this, a mobile guard tower!

With tinted windows hiding the "authorities" from the public, a hydraulic lift system and cameras on each side, the tower was an intimidating structure. This is a small town with low crime and the tower was placed next to a clean and well maintained city park.

What could the reason behind this be? Conditioning? Perhaps a trial run to see reaction of the people? As we watched, we saw others slow down and stare in wonderment. No one approached the Guard Tower. It seems no one complained either because the Prison Guard Tower was later brought back again for a few days.

We thought that it could be for the train station. But then why wouldn't they just put an officer in the station? Why the blacked out windows? Why is it positioned in the middle of the park and not closer to the train station?

This is clearly meant to condition all the local citizens to accept the police state that is now America. Our nation is supposed to be based on liberty and freedom, now it has been turned into a virtual prison with literal guard towers on small streets, cameras at intersections and body scanners at our airports. This is all meant to show you that you are no better to those with the power than any common criminal. It is about conditioning, not safety.

Please, stop accepting this sort of conditioning and start working to prevent the growing police state that is now choking our once free nation.
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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2010, 01:54:09 pm »
Now that's downright creepy!
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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2010, 02:02:00 pm »
Mobile guard tower, Camp Delta, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2010, 02:08:22 pm »
more

http://www.ajc.com/ajccars/content/metro/cobb/stories/2008/12/08/security_tower_marietta.html



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Mobile police tower guards Marietta shoppers

Ann Dejarnett went about her shopping at the Kroger on Whitlock Avenue in Marietta with a lot more comfort knowing there was an extra pair of eyes watching.

The Marietta police department’s Skywatch Tower was high above the parking lot Monday afternoon. The tower moves around the city to various store parking lots.

“You feel comfortable knowing the police are out here,” Dejarnett said while loading a cart full of groceries into her car. “At this time of year, people make a lot of purchases and they want to be safe.”

The Skywatch Tower, in use since February, is a $79,000 mobile unit manned by police officers. Police say its presence alone deters crime.

In addition to the tower, Marietta police are using electronic signs in the parking lots of stores, alerting shoppers to lock their cars and put valuables in their trunk or out of sight.

During the peak of the holiday shopping season, police are mindful of the spike in robberies. Late last month, Cobb police received a report about a tactic commonly used in some car thefts.

The suspects usually flatten a tire by pulling the air inflation stem, then wait for the owner. The suspects offer to help the owner, and once inside the car, will steal items from the car.

Authorities say it’s better to contact someone you know to help in an emergency. If you suspect a scam, contact the police.

As they do every year, Cobb police will increase patrols at Town Center and Cumberland malls throughout the month. “We want to be more visible and put the public at ease,” Sgt. Dana Pierce said. “There is a lot of focus on street robberies. We are looking for criminal activity.”

While increased police presence is comforting, some shoppers don’t want overkill.

“When you see a lot of police it makes you nervous that something has happened before,” said Kroger shopper Janet Knautz. “When you find out that it is safe and they are patrolling, you are a little more comfortable.”


http://www2.timesdispatch.com/news/2009/sep/28/skyw28_20090927-221207-ar-28668/

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Richmond police buy SkyWatch mobile surveillance tower

http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/archive/2010/July/Pages/MobileTowerOfferedforPolice,BorderSecurity.aspx



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It recently sold its first vehicle to the Norfolk, Va., police department for $130,000, according to the company’s website. It has also demonstrated the product to the Border Patrol’s special operations group in El Paso, Texas.

Thermal imaging and infrared sensors and ballistic protection for the capsule can be added, as well as customized tires and wheels for off-road use, said a company statement.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/marklarson/5024267474/


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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2010, 02:12:10 pm »
FLASHBACK: If the police get their tower, what does that make us?
http://obrag.org/?p=3323
by Frank Gormlie on January 13, 2009



OCEAN BEACH, CA.  Last week the San Diego Union-Tribune reported that the City’s Police Department has decided to purchase a mobile observation tower.  Paying the $119,000 price tag with funds from a Homeland Security grant, the SDPD has already tried the tower out out on numerous occasions, and expects delivery of the two-storied platform in February.

Police told the U-T that they had used the tower at the beach over Labor Day, had used it at UTC during the recent holidays and at Qualcomm when the Raiders played the Chargers.  “It has assisted us in making arrests, ” police Capt. Shelly Zimmerman told the newspaper, “and has certainly been a huge deterrent.”  We’re told that the El Cajon police use a similar tower at Westfield Parkway Plaza shopping mall to “monitor crowds.”

ICx Technologies, of Arlington, VA, manufactures the tower. In their brochure, they call the tower “Skywatch Frontier” and describe all their product’s features and advantages. Only  trouble is, the tower they offer – the Skywatch Frontier – “was originally designed to meet the needs of forward deployed military forces.” Holy cow!

The mobility and functionality of the Frontier make it ideal for use at impermanent bases or as part of security operations around critical infrastructure facilities.



“Critical infrastructure facilities?” Qualcomm, UTC, the beach on Labor Day, shopping malls?  The brochure adds that “due to varying levels of enemy activities” the Frontier comes in 3 different types of armor and gun ports.  it has an elevation of up to 25 feet and can observe over a second story roofline.  What were the manufacturers’ intentions in building it?

The brochure states: “The Skywatch Frontier was developed with the intention of being deployed with our military forces and as such provides optional ballistic capabilities for those areas in which enemy activity is at its highest.  Due to this inherent design, the Frontier can meet the rigors of expeditionary missions not only for the military, but also for border patrol and high level security arenas.”

The Skywatch Frontier can be loaded with a significant array of surveillance and monitoring equipment as well as high level communications capabilities.

The high profile also acts as a significant deterrent to enemy forces.

Clearly, this so-called platform, then, was developed by its manufacturer as a high-tech, mobile guard tower with gun ports.  So, if the police get their tower, their Skywatch Frontier, what does that make the rest of us?
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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #5 on: December 22, 2010, 02:14:57 pm »
Man I wounder if those things are bullet proof, have there own air supply and or what? Tactically they are pretty stupid, and are probably meant for intimidation(terror) only. You do not need a guard tower without a secured stationary parameter that contains inmates or "detainees". Might just as well paint a target on it too.

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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #6 on: December 22, 2010, 02:18:52 pm »
http://www.policemag.com/Interstitial/Global.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fChannel%2fVehicles%2fProducts%2f2010%2f02%2fMobile-Surveillance-Tower.aspx



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Designed for ease of deployment in emergency or crowd control surveillance situations, the M.U.S.T. (Mobile Utility Surveillance Tower) from Dallas-based TerraHawk LLC is currently being previewed by numerous agencies seeking to improve on domestic security efforts, especially along the border with Mexico. The M.U.S.T. uses its own vehicle to deploy an elevated tower and climate controlled capsule to an eye-level height of more than 25 feet. The mobile, all-terrain surveillance unit can be fully deployed by one person at any location in less than two minutes without leaving the vehicle.

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Designed for ease of deployment when the mission is critical, the M.U.S.T. (Mobile Utility Surveillance Tower) patented technology combines the capability of rapid deployment with the mobile flexibility needed to respond to any emergency situation or surveillance requirement.

M.U.S.T. uses its own vehicle to deploy an elevated tower and climate controlled capsule to an eye level height of over 25 feet.  The vehicle can be fully deployed by one person at any location in less than two minutes without leaving the vehicle.  The vehicle is equipped with a 4-point automatic self-leveling hydraulic stabilization system.   An on-board Programmable Logic Controller operates the scissor mechanism, the electro-hydraulic stabilizers and a series of safety and security lock-out features.

The observation capsule provides a perfect platform for a variety of surveillance devices such as recordable digital and/or thermal imaging camera systems, communication and radio equipment, and a workstation for computing.  The capsule easily accommodates two persons with an elevated line of sight which facilitates improved crowd control management and acts as a ground force multiplier.










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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #7 on: December 22, 2010, 04:24:47 pm »
Man I wounder if those things are bullet proof, have there own air supply and or what? Tactically they are pretty stupid, and are probably meant for intimidation(terror) only. You do not need a guard tower without a secured stationary parameter that contains inmates or "detainees". Might just as well paint a target on it too.


It is intended to provoke...it is a fuse for the NWO. It likely will be used for false flags and then when the anti-government trilateral terrorists get the orders from Brzezinski, 24/7 news will say..."martial law is now justified". Just look at the G20, CSIS burned police cars right in front of a bunch of cameras and all the cops were told to not contaminate the propagada scene so that the actors could jump around screaming hate/violence speeches just as they are trained to do in the military drills.
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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #8 on: December 22, 2010, 04:29:52 pm »
We have those here in New Orleans, for a long time now. But we handle some of the biggest crowds in the nation, during Mardi Gras and any other bug event we may get, Super Bowl, Final Four etc. We have a record of handling some of the biggest crowds with the least amount of incidents. I can understand the need for this type of tower here but not in any other town. These towers don't even need to be manned, they have data transmission that will send all information back to the nearest precent, they do audio, gun shot detection, video, spot lights.

We dubbed them the deer stands.
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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #9 on: December 23, 2010, 03:14:45 am »
These are a huge link in the FEMA camp puzzle.

There can be hundreds of potential FEMA camp sights nation wide, but without guard towers installed it's just a random lot with chainlink fence and barbed wire facing in -- a conspiracy, right?

Enter mobile guard towers.

Dare I ask, what next?  Mobile human incinerators?
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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #10 on: December 23, 2010, 03:22:04 am »
There was something about giant ones of these at the St. Lawrence River border a couple of years back. I poked around but came up with squat. Anyone remember that?
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« Reply #11 on: December 23, 2010, 08:40:18 am »
I would not want to be in one of those in a riot, or combat even. Oh and if there is already a razor wire permanent fence then that would qualify as a secure perimeter to most people.

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VIDEO: Mobile Prison Guard Towers Coming to a Walmart near You
« Reply #12 on: December 23, 2010, 09:08:45 pm »
Mobile Prison Guard Towers Coming to a Walmart near You
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVQRMrlQ95U

Here is another in a small NJ Town
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vshXO0OS6L0

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Re: VIDEO: Mobile Prison Guard Towers Coming to a Walmart near You
« Reply #13 on: December 23, 2010, 09:22:06 pm »
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Vantage point is everything when it comes to surveillance. SkyWatch™ mobile observation towers provide a high level platform for an array of surveillance options. Every portable tower includes the basics for the comfort and safety of the officer inside through adjustable heat and air conditioning, tinted sliding glass windows and comfortable seating. And no matter the application, only one person is required to set up and deploy a unit.

The SkyWatch portable surveillance tower can easily be relocated and is rugged enough to handle even the most primitive off-road conditions. Each of our hydraulic security tower models are adaptable for cameras, radios, public address systems and other equipment integration. Now, one officer can cover an area previously requiring three or more personnel.

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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #14 on: December 24, 2010, 12:24:40 am »
Prison Planet?

















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Re: Tyranny Response Team Exposes Mobile Guard Tower in Small NJ Town
« Reply #15 on: December 24, 2010, 07:39:50 am »
My girlfriend lives in southern Jersey (Franklinville in Gloucester County).  >:(