The ACLU is in Gross Violation of My Privacy Rights Under CT State Law YouTube Channel Video and Transcript

Below please find my The ACLU is in Gross Violation of My Privacy Rights Under CT State Law YouTube Channel Video and Transcript. Many persons have requested transcripts of my videos, and I will provide them here, especially the videos of my full, detailed account of what really happened during the now notorious Living or Napping While Black incident at Yale, which was actually a hate crime hoax, and the Yale Administration and the Yale Campus Police were complicit.

Here is the The ACLU is in Gross Violation of My Privacy Rights Under CT State Law YouTube Channel Video:

Here is the transcript thereof:

Hi, this is Sarah Braasch. Welcome or welcome back to my channel.

Today, I’m just wondering which of the ACLU’s attorneys is going to go to prison for violating my privacy rights.  

The ACLU grossly violated my privacy rights under CT state law when they widely distributed online the illegal recording that was made of me on May 8th, 2018.  

The recording was illegal, because CT is a 2 party state, which means that both parties must consent to a private 2-way conversation being recorded, even if the conversation took place in public.  Although, this conversation did not take place in public.  

But, what I was researching this evening was the dissemination of the illegal video of me from May 8th, 2018.  

The ACLU, as I mentioned in my prior video, has edited this video and disseminated it widely online, in an effort to attack me for my mental health disability, and to destroy my life and career, nearly driving me to suicide and inciting my murder.  

The recording of this video was clearly illegal under CT state law, not that the Yale campus police will ever pursue criminal charges therefor.  Despite my repeated requests to pursue criminal charges, including with the District Attorney’s office, the Yale campus police continues to ignore my attempts to secure justice.  

But, I’m interested this evening in the illegality, under CT state law, of the dissemination of this clearly illegally recorded video of me from May 8th, 2018, wherein I’m standing in the threshold of my isolated dorm room, on private property, in my dormitory on Yale’s campus, at approximately 2 am.  So, I clearly have a reasonable expectation of privacy in this location.  Additionally, I neither knew that I was being recorded or filmed, nor did I consent to being recorded or filmed.  In fact, at one point in the video, I am clearly objecting to having my photo taken, and the female Yale police officer present motions for me to turn around, so that my face will not be visible.  

CT General Statutes Chapter 952, Section 53A, Provisions 189 a and b make clear that both the recording of this video and the subsequent dissemination of this video are grossly illegal.  They are actually either or both a Class C and Class D felony.  The statute of limitations in Connecticut for a felony is 5 years.  A Class D felony is punishable by up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to $5k. 

189 a reads:

(a) A person is guilty of voyeurism when, (1) with malice, such person knowingly photographs, films, videotapes or otherwise records the image of another person (A) without the knowledge and consent of such other person, (B) while such other person is not in plain view, and (C) under circumstances where such other person has a reasonable expectation of privacy

Please note that plain view here means in the public space.  So, I was most definitely not in plain view.  

189 b reads:

(a) A person is guilty of disseminating voyeuristic material when such person disseminates a photograph, film, videotape or other recorded image of another person without the consent of such other person and knowing that such photograph, film, videotape or image was taken, made or recorded in violation of section 53a-189a.

The ACLU had every reason to know that the recording of me was made in violation of 189 a.  But, regardless, they are now on notice that I did not consent to this recording, I do not now consent to its dissemination, and it was made in violation of 53a-189a.  

I demand that the ACLU immediately remove this illegal video of me.  

I demand that the ACLU replace this illegal video with one which explains the illegality of the prior video and apologizes to me for having done incalculable harm to an entirely innocent lifelong human and civil rights licensed attorney activist.  

I almost killed myself. 

I was being hunted by murderers.  

My life and career are over. My reputation and livelihood are ruined. 

Everything that I had worked for my entire life has been destroyed.

Do you care, ACLU?  Do you care?  Do you care that you destroyed the Living While Black movement?  

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