Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Webster, NY Police Wake Taxpayer Up at 2:30 In The Morning for a Report of a Loud Bird in a Tree

Webster, NY Police Sgt. Shaun Welch
at Ryan Conklin's door at 2:30 in the morning
for a report of loud bird in a tree.
By Davy V.

If you're a Monroe County, NY taxpayer, especially if you live in the Town of Webster, NY, you may be interested to know just how the Webster Police department is using your tax dollars.

Looking for a bird in a tree.


You read that right.

Looking for a bird in a tree.

At 2:30 in the morning.

That's exactly what Webster, NY Police Sgt. Shaun Welch and officer Samuel States were doing early Tuesday morning when they went to Ryan Conklin's home for a report of a loud bird in a tree, waking Conklin and his son up at 2:30 in the morning.

The video below, which Ryan Conklin recorded begins with the cops telling Conklin to "turn it off", thinking that Conklin had some sort of electronic bird soundscape recording eminating from a tree.

Later in the video the keystone cops confirm that it's a real bird.



You can't make this crap up!

I have been to Ryan Conklin's home.

He loves birds.

Conklin has over 10 bird feeders in his back yard which he keeps full of bird food for several types of birds.

He spends over $400.00 a month on bird food!

By the way, if the name Ryan Conklin sounds familiar, it should.

On July 4th, Conklin was arrested by Monroe County, NY Sheriff's deputy Philip Baretela, after he asked Baretela, why he, along with MCSO deputy Baker and Sgt. Edwards were all eating together at 2:00 a.m., instead of patrolling for DWI's, at a time when bars are letting out and intoxicated drivers are getting behind the wheel.

Conklin's friend recorded the arrest, and documented it in a video which has gone viral.

Below, I have posted a link to my original piece on Ryan Conklin's arrest by Monroe County, NY Sheriff's deputies.

As an advocate of the right to record, I always encourage taxpayers to video record each and every encounter with law enforcement.

And that's what I love about Ryan Conklin.

He video records each and every encounter with law enforcement.

As he should.

In fact, Conklin's home, both inside and out, has more video cameras than a bank.

Conklin's home is under 24 hour video surveillance.

And everything is backed up.

24 Hour Video Surveillance
signs on Ryan Conklin's property.
As you can see in the photo to the right, Conklin makes it clear, to anyone can read, that his property is under 24 video surveillance, with a posted sign.

I also love the sign below that one that reads "NO TRESPASSING. POLICE TAKE NOTICE."

I guess the Webster, NY cops missed that sign while they were in hot pursuit of a bird.

In a tree.

At 2:30 in the morning.

This, from a police department who for the past 11 years hasn't been able to solve an armed robbery, and shooting at the Xerox Corporation federal credit union, on August 12, 3003 which left an innocent man dead.

Take a look at the must see video below which Ryan Conklin recorded of Webster's finest looking for a bird in a tree.

Click Play below to watch video of Webster, NY's finest harassing Ryan Conklin.

Click on link below to read my original piece on Ryan Conklin's arrest by Monroe County, NY Sheriff's deputies.


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