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FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory: Radio Users Reminded Not to Use Radios in Crimes

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I sent an email to arrl asking if they were/ did issue a statement about antiFa, BLM illegal use of radios. I won’t hold my breath.
F.B.
If they send you a response, consider posting it.
(By all means anonymize the hell out of it -
just interested in the body).
 

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Government issues enforcement advisory: Citizens reminded crime is illegal

That should do it.
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Here we go again..... For all of you criminals that have your ham license... reminder required apparently;

ARLB013 FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory: Radio Users Again Reminded Not to Use Radios in Crimes​


ARLB013 FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory: Radio Users Again Reminded
Not to Use Radios in Crimes

ZCZC AG13
QST de W1AW
ARRL Bulletin 13 ARLB013
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT April 21, 2021
To all radio amateurs

SB QST ARL ARLB013
ARLB013 FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory: Radio Users Again Reminded
Not to Use Radios in Crimes

On April 20, the FCC's Enforcement Bureau issued a new Enforcement
Advisory, repeating the admonishments contained in a January
Advisory that no licensee or user of the Amateur or Personal Radio
Services may use any radio equipment in connection with unlawful
activities of any nature.

The Enforcement Advisory can be found online in PDF format at,
https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments/DA-21-453A1.pdf .

The Commission specifically cautioned that individuals found to have
used radios in connection with any illegal activity are "subject to
severe penalties, including significant fines, seizure of the
offending equipment, and in some cases, criminal prosecution."

In addition, licensees should be aware that illegal operation in any
service or band, including completely outside the amateur
allocations, could potentially disqualify a person from holding any
FCC license in any service, not just the Amateur Service.

Any amateur observing a suspicious infraction that might be of
illegal or criminal nature should report it to their local law
enforcement office or the FBI.
NNNN
/EX
 

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Here we go again..... For all of you criminals that have your ham license... reminder required apparently;

ARLB013 FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory: Radio Users Again Reminded Not to Use Radios in Crimes​


ARLB013 FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory: Radio Users Again Reminded
Not to Use Radios in Crimes

ZCZC AG13
QST de W1AW
ARRL Bulletin 13 ARLB013
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT April 21, 2021
To all radio amateurs

SB QST ARL ARLB013
ARLB013 FCC Issues Enforcement Advisory: Radio Users Again Reminded
Not to Use Radios in Crimes

On April 20, the FCC's Enforcement Bureau issued a new Enforcement
Advisory, repeating the admonishments contained in a January
Advisory that no licensee or user of the Amateur or Personal Radio
Services may use any radio equipment in connection with unlawful
activities of any nature.

The Enforcement Advisory can be found online in PDF format at,
https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments/DA-21-453A1.pdf .

The Commission specifically cautioned that individuals found to have
used radios in connection with any illegal activity are "subject to
severe penalties, including significant fines, seizure of the
offending equipment, and in some cases, criminal prosecution."

In addition, licensees should be aware that illegal operation in any
service or band, including completely outside the amateur
allocations, could potentially disqualify a person from holding any
FCC license in any service, not just the Amateur Service.

Any amateur observing a suspicious infraction that might be of
illegal or criminal nature should report it to their local law
enforcement office or the FBI.
NNNN
/EX

W1AW can eat a bag of dicks......right along with the useless FCC.

There's been daily and nightly major jamming and interference going on in the HF ham bands for years an the FCC hasn't done shit about it. I'm talking about people playing music for hours on end, not someone tuning an amp for ten seconds.
There's a half dozen people casing 90% of the jamming and the FCC is so inept that they cannot find them? Get fvcked!
 

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Not sure if already mentioned and not rereading to check, but it is also specifically illegal to wear body armor while committing a crime.

No armor. No radios. What's a criminal to do?
That's why Antifa is just an 'idea' or 'myth'. Laws don't apply to ideas or myths do they?
Read the Textbook; loaded with good ideas.
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I remember when McDonalds had this campaign! Dunkin Donuts at the time had Dick Tracy scratch tickets as part of the movie promo too.
 

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That appears to be ways to STOP crime, not perpetrate it :(
Dave Ramsey convinces people to sell the house they're leaving behind while
while moving cross-country, instead of using it as long-distance rental property,
by asking the caller if they would buy that house three time zones away
just as an investment. "Hell, no!". "Well, then if you wouldn't buy the house,
why wouldn't you sell it?". Light dawns on Marblehead.

Just apply the Ramsey Reverse Jiu-Jitsu to the Crimestoppers Textbook.
It's like analyzing a circuit using current flow instead of electron flow.
Works like a charm.
 
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