A HIDDEN line in poster 7! Forget about News and media. Usps audit

#firstamdendmentaudit #poster7 https://www.1stmlg.marines.mil/Portals/123/Docs/Postal/pos7.pdf

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While checking out the United States Postal Service in Orange city. Rogue Nation and Shawn Barry got a guided tour around the post office. It might’ve been fun for them but I definitely did not wanna be part of it!:)

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29 thoughts on “A HIDDEN line in poster 7! Forget about News and media. Usps audit

  1. Consider how many people would know that the following are actually federal crimes:
    To make unauthorized use of the 4-H club logo,[8] the Swiss Confederation coat of arms,[9] or the “Smokey the Bear” or “Woodsy Owl” characters.[10]
    To transport water hyacinths, alligator grass, or water chestnut plants.[11]
    To keep a pet on a leash that exceeds six feet in length on federal park land.[12]
    To picnic in a non-designated area on federal land.[13]
    To poll a service member before an election.[14]
    To sell malt liquor labeled “pre-war strength.”[15]
    To write a check for an amount less than $1.[16]
    To roll something down a hillside or mountainside on federal land.[17]
    To park your car in a way that inconveniences someone on federal land.[18]
    To “allow . . . a pet to make a noise that . . . frightens wildlife on federal land.”[19]
    To “fail to turn in found property” to a national park superintendent “as soon as practicable.”[20]
    [8] 18 U.S.C. § 707 (2014).https://www.govinfo.gov/…/USCODE-2011-title18-partI...
    [9] 18 U.S.C. § 708 (2014).https://www.govinfo.gov/…/USCODE-2011-title18-partI...
    [10] 18 U.S.C. § 711–711a (2014).https://www.govinfo.gov/…/USCODE-2014-title18-partI...
    [11] 18 U.S.C § 46 (2014).https://www.govinfo.gov/…/USCODE-2009-title18-partI...
    [12] Id. at (a)(2).https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/36/2.15
    [13] 36 C.F.R. § 2.11 (2016).https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/36/2.11... https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/36/1.5
    [14] 18 U.S.C. § 596 (2014).https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/596
    [15] 27 U.S.C. §§ 205, 207 (2014); 27 C.F.R. §7.29(f) (2016).https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/27/205https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/27/7.29
    [16] 18 U.S.C. § 336 (2014).https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/336
    [17] 36 C.F.R. §2.1(a)(3) (2016).https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/36/2.1
    [18]36 C.F.R. § 261.10(f) (2016). https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/36/261.10
    [19] 36 C.F.R. § 2.15(a)(4) (2016).https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/36/2.15
    [20] 36 C.F.R. § 2.22(a)(3) (2016).https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/36/2.22

  2. Wait…. i know many postal working people and they do not make fuck all close to that. My company also says they pay people a certain amount. Maybe after 40 years they do.

  3. The main PO in town have union employees while the substations are private. That way they shut down substations when money is tight.

  4. Tell me, what can I do during a postal cover up? A delivery driver gave my packages away without my consent, to someone whom was not on, or at the residence. The unattractive she beast is trying to cover it up, and keep the discipline ''in house'', which is basically a slap on the wrist. Also, it's been over a week and still no contact from that location. It's the worst possible postal location in history, look it up on Google, 3000 Spring Park Rd, Jacksonville Florida 32207. It literally has 2 stars at that location, and that is being generous. I've even heard 2nd amendment arguments at the counter with employees and customers. On top of that, they're trying to twist my words, and stopping all mail delivery to my home.

  5. Of course you are correct. However when the police arrive you need comprehensive proof of your rights just to avoid getting arrested. Such as the news portion of poster 7 as well. Because they seem obsessed with you needing to have acceptable business to carry out and not be inhibiting business. From what I have seen from England via You tube. So I may be wrong.

  6. @James Madison Audits Just some information for you as to why UPS or FedEx would be at the USPS; I have a PO box because we don't have mailboxes where I live, so I have the physical address to my post office as the address for UPS and FedEx to deliver to and then the USPS workers will put that parcel in my PO box. If the parcel is too large to fit, they will give me a yellow slip in my box and I have to go during business hours (I can pick up my mail 24 hours a day) to the front desk, because they hold the parcel in the back for me to pick up at a later date. Also, my USPS used to be a UPS drop off site, unfortunately they discontinued doing that about 3 years ago and now the nearest drop off site is a 20 minute drive one way.

  7. Now here’s a question based on that poster seven says photos for news purposes may be taking in lobbies foyers etc. by stopping you aren’t they violating these rules so aren’t they subject to a fine no more than $50 or imprisonment no more than 30 days the clerks themselves and here’s another thing to consider if they invite you in with poster seven To take pictures and photographs and then they try to get you arrested for it isn’t that entrapment

  8. No. Abrogate means to repeal or do away with. This sentence is just letting you know that their rules and regulations do not do away with any laws federal, state, or local. Yes you are right that does include the 1st amendment. As with any federal building though they can have restrictions with both guns and cameras for while you are inside the building.

  9. You people watching this may not know what you are seeing. This is change people, this is a movement. Imagine if video cameras were readily available during the civil rights movement back in the 60s. I think we are seeing the same thing here. 10 years from now we are going to be amazed (and sickened) that this shit used to happen in America!

  10. Poster 7 is irrelevant, a piece of paper in your case 13 years old is not law, you should reference the actual federal law that allows you to record inside and out in non-restricted areas

    The Federal Register Act was created on July 26, 1935 to give government agencies the ability to set rules and regulations without congressional approval.

    Photography of the Post Office falls under
    US Federal Code of Regulations Title 39 section 232.1 Conduct on Postal Property
    as created by the Post Office Board of Governors.

    (i) Photographs for news, advertising, or commercial purposes. Except as pro-hibited by official signs or the directions of security force personnel or other authorized personnel, or a Federal court order or rule, photographs for news purposes may be taken in entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors, or auditoriums when used for public meet-ings. Other photographs may be taken only with the permission of the local postmaster or installation head.

    Postal and security employees, and signs can restrict photography in restricted places like the sorting area, back bay, and behind the counter. But these restrictions can be removed by the local postmaster or installation head.

    It is a crime (disorderly conduct 39.232.1.e ) to disrupt business at the counter or to intentionally record another individual's address. And you can not stay after business hours since the public access ends. Those are the only things you can not do.

    Postal and security employees, and signs can NOT restrict photography in public entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors, and auditoriums when the auditorium is used for public meetings as this violates 1st amendment freedom of the press

    So, FACT #1: photographs for news purposes may be taken in entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors, and auditoriums when the auditorium is used for public meet-ings.

    Federal District Court Cases also reinforce the individual's right to record:

    Musumeci vs Dept of Homeland Security was a lower federal court ruling where DHS claims that photography of the exterior of federal buildings was illegal.

    The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. On Oct. 13, 2010, a federal judge signed a settlement in which the federal government agreed that no federal statutes or regulations bar photography of federal courthouses from publicly accessible property. It agreed to issue a nationwide directive to members of the Federal Protective Service instructing them about the rights of photographers.

    Since Musumeci had been charged with violating a regulation that applied to all federal property, not just courthouses, the NYCLU hold the position that the settlement in effect covers photography of all federal buildings. S.D.N.Y., Index No. 10 CIV 3370 (direct).

    The result was dismissed with prejudice. In other words the DHS/FPS settled out of court since there may not be a chance of winning in the upper courts due to 1st amendment freedom of the press rights.

    This link has the New York Times article with a link to the case also:

    DHS/FPS was ordered to send information that public photography of exteriors of federal buildings was allowed.

    So, FACT #2: photography of exteriors of building (OK per US District Court)

    HOWEVER, in a rare instance, the DHS/FPS went one step further and issued operational readiness order HQ- ORO- 002-2018 that allows photography from traditional public forum

    Section U: part C of "Photography the Interiors of Federal Facilities"
    (… the public is allowed to photograph interior building entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors and auditoriums from publicly accessible areas. For example, someone can photograph in the common space and publicly accessible lobby of a federal facility.)

    It is not just the DHS Memo that people like to quote, it is the operational rules for photography for any federal agency

    So, FACT #3: photography of interior entrances, lobbies, foyers, corridors and auditoriums (OK per US District Court)

    Glik v. Cunniffe, 655 F.3d 78 (1st Cir. 2011) is a case in which the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit held that a private citizen has the right to record video and audio of public officials in a public place.

    So, FACT #4: If you are in a public lobby, you can record a public servant like a postal worker (OK per US District Court)

  11. It's cool brother that's what we want 👊 no conflict no audit fails . Gotta show good with bad. Good job 👍 hope they all act this way. It's working

  12. The Post office always looses money. But that is not a problem to the US Postal service. Why? Because their debt is paid by the American taxpayers…but not really…they just add it to our national debt that goes up and up.
    If you want a real fright then research "By Pass Mail" in Alaska. This mail 'By Pass'es the Post Office completely. The Post Office simply pays for most of the cost to ship goods in Alaska. Why does the Post Office supplement the cost to ship goods in Alaska? Because Alaska has almost "NO Roads" or highway system. Why? Alaska is over twice the size of Texas and has almost no roads or highway system. Why? Because of permanent frost. Highways heat the permafrost causing the roads to sink into the ground which causes them to eventually crumble and become unusable and worthless!
    To build an airport runway they dig down removing the top 3 to 5 feet layer. Then the create a base with grave/rocks. Then they add around 6 feet of styrofoam insulation to keep the sun from melting the permafrost. Then they fill it over with rock and gravel. In the Bush they leave the runways with gravel as long as there is no Airline Jet traffic. The few large village paved runways are to allow for Airline Jet traffic.

  13. Just an FYI, I have UPS bring all my packages to PO by using their street address. I do it because packages are safe delivered to my home. Some items C/N be ordered to PO boxes..(stuff with batteries,etc). Works well

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