We took the protest to Reno on July 26, 2012

Posted: July 27, 2012 in Uncategorized

We took the protest to Reno on July 26, 2012 for new photo shoots and scouted out new areas to protest. We setup early at the Nevada Department of Taxation and got the employees coming into work and the morning rush hour traffic on Kietzke lane. The protest area was small and we’ll consider more protests in this area and adapt to the limited area.  Of course, we can setup across the street for the next protest at this location.

We then took the protest the the Reno offices of the Nevada Attorney General on Kietzke Lane at the round-a-bout near Hwy. 395.  This was a very busy area with tens of thousands of cars zooming by.  The signs worked well and we commanded attention from traffic in both directions and traffic heading to Hwy. 395 south. 

We shot a ton of footage and we’ll be using these images for the new videos.  New videos are being produced to detail the corruption in the Nevada Department of Taxation.  This will cover the IT system issues, the personnel issues and the constructed lax audits on mining and other industries.  

We are also producing short videos that may be released very soon.  The themes are “Halftime in Nevada” based on the Chrysler 2012 Superbowl ad ‘halftime in America’ starring Clint Eastwood.  We will try and adapt the story from Detroit, Michigan to Carson City, NV. The theme is good and appropriate as ANTI-Corruption founders Mike Weston and Ty Robben await legal answers from the courts on their cases described on http;//NevadaStatePersonnelWatch.wordpress.com  

In the meantime, please see our latest video about Rampant, Wholesale Judicial Corruption here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lN4YWCZMrc

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