Farmer Jailed For Removing Govt Surveillance Cameras On His Own Land

Friday, November 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Carol Adl
November 6, 2015

A farmer who provided raw milk to his community was reportedly arrested and jailed after he removed government surveillance cameras from his own property.

The cameras, which had no identification on them, apparently belonged to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) and were put there to spy on Glencolton Farms.

The Canadian government is now filing charges against the farmer for ‘theft.’

Natural Society reports: When Michael Schmidt found cameras on his land that had been spying on him and his friends, he simply removed them and contacted the local police department to find out who they might belong to. It was at this time that he was charged with theft after refusing to hand the cameras over to the police.

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