What follows is a clear demonstration of gross negligence, part of an ongoing lawsuit against Amtrak. We use the criminal statute 18 USC 1512 as a guideline- any attempt to delay, or obfuscate evidence, or a proceeding
Prior to this I had asked two officers to assist me- they refused to talk to me, told me to go away because it was none of their concern that property had been lost or stolen in their building. The third person, agreed to walk to the area with me, and after specifically asking, will you take a report, agreed to do so. He also, told me that the cameras were down and not working. When I asked him how long they had been down and if he thought that would be a national security issue- his story changed, slightly he said they had no access to the cameras.
It was at that point that I decided to start recording the interactions.
The primary purpose of this video is to demonstrate that indeed, the questions about the video camera were going on at the time.- which he refuses to answer, likely being aware that he was being recorded.
I’m a little less cooperative than I would be otherwise, after 2 of his compatriots told me to buzz off in as many words, and either being lied to about the cameras, or in a place where people have fundamentally failed to adopt basic security measures, like accessible camera footage, but having 4 officers- training, equipment, benefits annually that would be no less than $500,000 dollars a year, but neither have cameras operating, nor the time at 6 am on a Sunday to help with a crime. committed within their 40,000 square feet of Jurisdiction
Officer misconduct felony: Obstruction of Justice
After completing the report, I took a walk around the station- just to see if I could find somebody who knew something, and a man was looking at my computer.
There’s 3 people around the individual with my computer, who admits it is mine and offers to sell it back to me.
There are less than 50 people in the station at this time, and later, I come to find out that this individual is a regular there, and has priors for theft, in that station.
Officer misconduct felony: Misprision of a felony
Officer misconduct felony: Accessory after the fact
After leaving the area where these people with my property are, I attempt deliver the previous video – along with the telephone number of the person with my computer to the police. They refuse, to take any information, the evidence of a crime- and seem to know a lot about me, the incident, but unwilling to talk about it. Several questionable statements are said – There is no crime until a report is entered? I just checked the system- (he is clearly not at any terminal. ) He cannot take any more information until the report shows up in the system? The commitment of the Amtrak police to a paperless office and related environmental concerns is admirable, but somewhat misguided in this instance. The officer in the first video- writes in a notebook.
Not shown, is my telling the officers that I have just ran into people who had my computer, that I have relevant details to the case
(b)Whoever ” “or engages in misleading conduct toward another person, with intent to—
(2)cause or induce any person to—
18 U.S. Code § 1519 – Destruction, alteration, or falsification of records in Federal investigations and bankruptcy
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Whoever knowingly alters, destroys, mutilates, conceals, covers up, falsifies, or makes a false entry in any record, document, or tangible object with the intent to impede, obstruct, or influence the investigation or proper administration of any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States or any case filed under title 11, or in relation to or contemplation of any such matter or case, shall be fined under this title, imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both.