Local Teacher’s Assistant/OWS Protester Also a Big Fan of Public Nudity

September 24, 2012 at 12:55 pm (Anthony Bologna, Kaylee Dedrick, Lawsuit, Lesbian, North Greenbush, Nude, Nude Lesbian, Occupy Wall Street, OWS, Pepper Spray, Robert Grodt)

The Albany Times Union is reporting on Occupy Wall Street protester Kaylee Dedrick, and her attempt at a money grab via lawsuit against the NYPD.

Turns out she’s also a teacher’s assistant in the area:

A teacher’s assistant from North Greenbush who was pepper sprayed in last year’s Occupy Wall Street protests filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Monday against New York City and several police officers, her attorney said.

Kaylee Dedrick, 25, alleges that she was peacefully protesting when Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna pepper sprayed her in the face from a distance of less than two feet temporarily blinding her and leaving her screaming in pain.

As is typical with the OWS protesters, Dedrick portrays herself as a harmless bystander who did not warrant the treatment she received.  But this simply isn’t the case.

Dedrick, who I might remind you is a teacher’s assistant in the North Greenbush school system, was drawing the ire of police prior to the pepper spray incident, when she decided to protest topless on the streets of New York City (video below the fold).

The Times Union report also tries to provide a positive light for Dedrick and the new found love which sprang from the incident.

Dedrick began a relationship with the civilian medic who treated her and the couple is expecting the birth of a daughter in two weeks, Kuby said.

Of course, a quick Google search shows that the relationship between Dedrick and Robert Grodt is nothing but a sham.

Dedrick likes to fashion herself a lesbian, while Grodt spent his time at OWS spreading the love … to several women.

Nudist video below the fold…

Oh did we mention, Dedrick is a teacher’s assistant?

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New York Courts Debate If Naked Pole Dancing is an Art Form

September 6, 2012 at 12:07 pm (Juice Bar, Naked, New York, Nite Moves, Nude, Pole Dancing, Stephen Dick, Strip Club, Taxes, W. Andrew McCullough)

There is a battle underway in the New York Court of Appeals, between the state and a strip club insisting that naked lap dances are a form of art, and should therefore exempt from taxation.

No one would confuse the Nite Moves strip club with the Bolshoi Ballet, but what the lap dancers do there is art and entitled to the same tax exemption other performances enjoy, a lawyer argued in what was surely one of the racier tax cases ever to go before New York’s highest court.

W. Andrew McCullough, an attorney for the suburban Albany strip joint, told the Court of Appeals on Wednesday that admission fees and lap dances at the club should be freed of state sales taxes under an exemption that applies to “dramatic or musical arts performances.”

He said that lap dancing is an art form and that, in any case, the state is not qualified to make such determinations, and that making such distinctions would be a violation of the constitutional right to freedom of expression.

But the attorney for the all-nude strip club didn’t stop there, comparing his dancer’s routines to a ballet performance, and even suggesting they could go for the gold in the Olympics.

“They’re that good!” he exclaimed.

The club owner, Stephen Dick (no we’re not making that up), asserts that his right to avoid paying taxes is protected by the First Amendment freedom of speech.

Suffice it to say, the state doesn’t agree with that assessment, and wants the club to pay up on $400,000 in back taxes. 

“I would submit that if the women kept their clothes on, no one would be coming to this bar for the dance performances,” Assistant Solicitor General Robert M. Goldfarb told the judges. 

Indeed, while pole dancing is dancing, and it is being considered as an Olympic sport, the participants in a ballet performance or an Olympic event are not naked. 

Therefore, you are paying for a very different performance.

Nice try Nite Moves, your attempts at tax evasion have been … exposed.

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Video: Proof That Terrorists Can Get Anything Past TSA’s Body Scanners

March 7, 2012 at 5:34 pm (Body Scanner, Department of Homeland Security, Explosives, Janet Napolitano, Jonathan Corbett, Metal Detector, Nude, Terrorist, TSA)

Well this is comforting…

Via, humorously, TSA Out of Our Pants:

This video is here to demonstrate that the TSA’s insistence that the nude body scanner program is effective and necessary is nothing but a fraud, just like their claims that the program is safe (radiation what?) and non-invasive (nude pictures who?). The scanners are now effectively worthless, as anyone can beat them with virtually no effort. The TSA has been provided this video in advance of it being made public to give them an opportunity to turn off the scanners and revert to the metal detectors. I personally believe they now have no choice but to turn them off.
Please share this video with your family, friends, and most importantly, elected officials in federal government. Make sure they understand that your vote is contingent on them fixing the abuse that 200,000 passengers face from the TSA on a daily basis.

The Daily Caller is reporting that Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, had no idea about the video.

On Wednesday morning, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano denied having any knowledge of Jonathan Corbett’s popular YouTube video titled “How to Get Anything through TSA Nude Body Scanners.”

“I don’t know about that,” Napolitano told The Daily Caller, “so I can’t speak to it.”

The video, released Monday, shows an easy method of concealing large metal objects from the controversial body scanners now in many U.S. airports. YouTube has placed an age restriction on the footage, which has already been seen by more than 216,000 people.

Perhaps if they weren’t scanning the internet for those diabolical Tea Party terrorists, they would have known about a video involving a security breach that has gone viral.

And here’s the video proof…

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