Friday, February 26, 2016

Concerned Citizens Turn Out to Be Political Theater


"Political events often rely on public comment, but what if those concerned citizens were not there for the cause, but for cash? Marin Austin reports for the NBC4 News at 11 on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016. (Published Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016)"

"In Camarillo, citizens aren't shy about expressing their opinions. But on a chilly Wednesday night in December, city officials say one man stood out. For nearly three minutes, Prince Jordan Tyson is on camera telling city leaders what he later admits, is a lie.

In fact, Tyson, who is not from Camarillo, is a self described struggling actor from Beverly Hills and he now believes he was involved in a secretive new industry where actors are hired to try and sway public officials.

...He adds that politicians have known about the industry for some time."

nbclosangeles.com

crowdsondemand.com

What is important to point out here is that none of this is "illegal".-C

Via: Jim S.

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