Thursday, July 14, 2011

This Weekend IsThe Gloucester County Renaissance Festival , July 16 & 17, 2011

Okay everyone. It's once again time for the Gloucester Renaissance Fest. It's here this weekend and these folks know how to put on a great show. We are looking forward to the new acts as well as the usual acts. So you all there.

US Coast Guard Member Breaking Virginia Laws Round 3

So now Scott Petty is threatening a law suit. Well first off I wish him luck finding any attorney dumb enough to take on a frivolous lawsuit. The fines the attorney will get hit with are not worth the consideration. Second, the counter suit of 1st Amendment suppression, something he is sworn to uphold and protect, would be forthcoming and I am being nice. But again let's re look at the video, he gave his full permission to post and show the video. Now what we still have not covered yet is the illegal storage of illegal fireworks and the illegal transportation of said fireworks. A question that the US Coast Guard must look into is how did he come about these illegal explosives and did he acquire them while on duty? Did he use the US Coast Guard to carry and transport illegal explosives for his own use? Did he use the Coast Guard to break numerous state laws by bringing these fireworks into the state? Trained in terrorism, is he bringing his training home and using it against others? I have interviewed a few of his neighbors who hate him for many reasons.

Again I will point out, if he is willing to violate a number of state laws, what else is he willing to violate while on the job? One has to ask.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

More Virginia Law Regarding Fireworks

Fireworks #1
Fireworks #1 (Photo credit: Camera Slayer)

Specifically permitted Sparklers, fountains, pharaoh’s serpents, pinwheels, and whirligigs.

Specifically prohibited Firecrackers, skyrockets, torpedoes, and other fireworks which explode, travel laterally, rise into the air, or fire projectiles into the air.


Display permit Apply to local authorities at least 15 days before display date.

Insurance Bond adequate to pay for all damages to persons or property is required.

Operator No license specifically required in state law.

MANUFACTURE, STORAGE, Banned items may not be transported, stored or manufactured.

ENFORCING AUTHORITY Commonwealth of Virginia
Dept of Housing & Community Development
Office of State Fire Marshal
501 N 2nd Street
Richmond, VA 23219


Local fire officials in those areas in which the local

governing body has elected to enforce the Statewide

Fire Prevention Code.

LAW NUMBER Code of Virginia, Chap. 11, Sec. 59-1-142 et seq.

Statewide Fire Prevention Code Art. 27

NFPA 1123, NFPA 1124, and NFPA 1126

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Local Coast Guard Member Seen Here Breaking Laws Round 2

Life is so interesting. So far I have been contacted by the US Coast Guard in regards to the video, and I mention this as there is a question about it, I shot. Yup. Not hiding anything or behind anyone. I shot and produced the video. There also seems to be a question about whether the fireworks in the video are legal. One's that are classified as explosives, as seen in the first section of the video, are. So for those of you who are questioning this, let me post the law right here for you. Link 1 Link 2 Link 3 Link 4
Now this is just to get you started. These are the links for you to do your own research instead of just taking my word for it. Want to have some fun? Try sending a firecracker through the mail. See if you do not go to jail. Unless you hide it in the middle of something, your going to go to jail for it.

Try sending the firecracker through UPS or FedEx. You have a better chance of getting it through, but you still risk going to jail for it. Go to any of the web sites where they sell explosive fireworks. States that are good for this are South Carolina and Florida. They won't send them to you. It's illegal to send them into Virginia. Have any of you ever stopped at the fireworks stands here in Gloucester? They can't sell you nor do they carry fireworks that explode. Why? Because they are illegal. Another question that has come up, seems Scott is now mad as hell about this video and is not going to take it. Wait, did you see the video? He gave his permission for me to post the video and to show it to his boss. Now I must confess, I have no idea who his boss is so I sent the video link everywhere all the way up to Congressman Wittman's office.

I figured someone in higher positions would know who his boss was and get it to that person. Now I have nothing against the military at any level. I have shot plenty of video of the US Army bands, Air Force bands and the like and fully support them in fact these videos produce thousands of hits. Someone somewhere through my grapevine told me that some officials are calling the video, illegal. I spent 5 years as a right hand para legal to one of the top litigation attorney's in the nation in New York. I have a pretty darn good idea of what is legal and what isn't and I am not intimidated.

Let's go a step further. Let's declare every Friday night, fireworks night down at the Gloucester Point Beach. All explosive fireworks are highly encouraged. How long do you think it will be before there is an accident on the Coleman bridge and all kinds of people will be charged with all kinds of legal violations? Wait, there are officials in this county saying that the explosive type of fireworks seen in my video are legal. So why should there be any legal charges? It's common sense here folks. No explosive fireworks at the beach please. You will probably be arrested and charged. And for those officials making that claim? Please keep in mind that you never know who you are talking to in Gloucester and or who might be listening. I see and hear a lot more than you think. It does not make it on here, and let's keep it that way.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Local Coast Guard Member Seen Here Breaking Laws

Local Coast Guard member, Scott Petty is seen here committing illegal acts. Says he is fine if we show everyone this video. So here it is. Scott Petty has been blowing off illegal fireworks from his backyard over into his neighbor's yards for years causing all kinds of problems and he knows the problems he has been causing. Reported many times about his constant bombardment over neighbor's properties, nothing to date has been done about it. Well we expect that is going to change as he also threatens the life and well being of my own family at this point. We have sent this video to Homeland Security, Congressman Rob Wittman, A top admiral of the US Coast Guard, and several members of our local board of supervisors. We do not need local terrorists in our community that hide under the guise of US Coast Guard members. If he is willing to break multiple laws here at home, how well is he protecting our shores? Can you say, "For a fee I can look the other way and pretend I didn't see those drugs and guns"?

He has compromised himself to where he can now be blackmailed due to his many now public breaches of the laws that we are all bound by. Would you even trust him as a desk jockey at this point? He could even be a risk for that job if anything remotely sensitive even comes through the office. For a fee that paper work might just go away or forever be lost? Okay, let's be fair here. Fireworks violations are a slap on the wrist and I have a zero sum issue with fireworks. I do have issues with them when they are used in a terrorist manner however, and that is the real story here.