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Subject: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] protecting OWS using media over
the next few days
From: John Greaves <email@example.com
Date: Wed, November 16, 2011 2:24 am
I set up an event scheduling and rsvp system that might be useful for creating and managing shifts. it is at http://laj4a.com
If it seems like something useful, I can move this to whatever domain you need easily and from there I can customize it to our needs. You can easily set up 4 6 or 8 shifts that repeat every day and have people reserve time.
If someone wants to manage the events/shifts I will send over admin access info and or move it to where is appropriate.
I'll be back online in the morning.
On 11/15/11 11:50 PM, Nikolas Gelormino wrote:
i will sign up for shooting live stream. let me know what i need or when i can be of help. it would help for me to have a shift. if you're short on members, let me know.
i respect what you guys bring to this.
On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 11:42 PM, Andrea Ciannavei <firstname.lastname@example.org>
i can manage a facebook page that outs bad coppery just send me photos and synopsis of their misdeeds. i'll do it tonight.
On Nov 15, 2011, at 11:09 PM, Vlad T wrote:
> Hi People
> I think we find ourselves in a very intersting situation now, which i many ways feels like the first days of the occupation. however, the police is much more present in the park and is asserting certain aggresive attitude towards the people in the park which is aimed to stop us from having a normal working environment. At the same time, there are a lot more of us and we are so much more smarter :)
> I propose that we engage this problem from a tactical media perspective. - specifically i propose that all the members of the collective try to spend as much time as reasonable in the camp in the next few days, and even go so far as to assign shifts when people would defend the camp with livestream and other cameras. we want to be able to cover it 24 hours a day to provide protection.
> In addition, I want us to capture and immediatly digitize footage of cops acting in aggresive way, or other ways that violate peoples civil rights, create a facebook of sorts of bad police officers and try to find the victims and work with them to file ccrb complaints. i think over a short time we wiull be able to inundate the CCRB police complaint comission with complaints about different police officers (a lot of who will end up with multiple complaints) and that will eventually jam up the system...
> Who wants to participate in this? we provide whatever training and we have basic equipment to do this.