FBI Quietly Adds Civil Fingerprint Collection to Criminal Database

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Accessing the FBI’s biometric database has long been a critical step in catching and prosecuting criminals. People who commit serious crimes tend to do so many times throughout their lives, so it makes sense that law enforcement agencies would be able to record their fingerprints when they’re caught, and save them for future references. In the near future however, your fingerprints may also find their way into the FBI’s database, regardless of your criminal history.

Originally, the FBI rarely held on to fingerprints that weren’t related to a crime (at least that we know of) and even when they did keep them, they weren’t readily accessible. But now the FBI has merged their criminal database with the civil database. This means that anytime your prints are submitted to the FBI for any reason, they are lumped together with those belonging to criminals. And this doesn’t just apply to high-profile jobs that require a security clearance, this includes just about any job with the federal government. It also applies to many private fields that require a license (this could include security guards, lawyers, contractors, nurses, etc). California alone submits 1.2 million sets of fingerprints to the feds every year.

Not only does this increase the chances of innocent people getting caught up in criminal cases, it’s an egregious violation of our rights. By collecting this information into a criminal database, they’re essentially treating ordinary citizens like criminals before they’re ever charged with a crime.

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  • Since the FBI is a blatant violation of the Constitution that We the People have never tried to abolish, this is blowback.

    • Right to the Point

      Don’t you just love it when you explain how these agencies are granted “Titles of Nobility” so that they can issue “Bills of Attainder” outside the legislature, glosses people’s eyes over? We are in real trouble.

      • Agencies are as incapable to hold titles of nobility as corporations are capable to have rights, but bills of attainder have been issued by every government that has ever existed, under different names, and they are common in the United States under administrative law.

        • Right to the Point

          They are both expressly forbidden by the constitution, and both in play. How do you figure agencies are “Incapable of holding titles of Nobility?”

          • Nobility is a characteristic of a person, not an agency. It was forbidden by the original 13th amendment, which wasn’t adopted, so you’ll have to tell us where it is forbidden by the Constitution, which you disrespect by using lower case.

          • Right to the Point

            “Title of Nobility” is in Article 1, Sections 9 and 10 of the Constitution. I would think someone who doesn’t know that, is showing a much higher degree of disrespect. Take the Plank out of your eye first. “Nobility” comes in many flavors. It could be a direct grant of land, control over said land, or ability (outside of legislation) to set regulations which carry punitive damages. Nobility is not a “Characteristic.” I also suggest you learn the “Intolerable acts,” and the governorships set up in the colonies before the war, so that you may better understand why it’s forbidden for congress to lay “Bills of Attainder,” “Titles of Nobility,” make “Ex Post Facto Laws,” and “Coerce Contracts.” Please learn the material before you make assumptions……

          • I was testing you, and I am truly surprised that you have actually read the Constitution enough to have found the words, but your lack of understanding of them is what lead me to believe that you don’t.

          • Right to the Point

            Is BS your first or second language?

          • Neither, you are the virtuoso, not me.

  • tanaberrys .

    And this is shocking how? They’ve been treating everyone like criminals for decades now!

    • YeahRightOkay

      …and as I wrote above you…for decades…

  • YeahRightOkay

    …sorry…this has been going on for decades…started with the military…and then anyone who held a security clearance…and progressed from there…so this is no news…

  • bustermosson

    Law enforcement has the mindset that there are 2 types of people (1) Police (Law Enforcement), (2) Criminals so their deduction is that if you are not in Law Enforcement you MUST BE A CRIMINAL!

  • Elizabeth Greene

    In my state you get fingerprinted for a concealed carry permit. Great.

    • don’t be in a STATE, CITY, VILLAGE, CORPORATION, etc as that is all legal fiction la la world of make believe. If some oink starts oinking something like ” Well, in the State of Ohio….blah blah blah….gimme your money…” let the PIG know you are not in his fairy tale legal fiction.

      for a good cut and paste from earlier:

      http://www.myprivateaudio.com/Estate_Executor-Executrix_Office_Letter-Revision-6.pdf MEMORIZE and USE when needed as a last resort, after suing their eyeballs out:


      On a local level, if pulled over by a pig, ask the cob roller if he has written delegated authority to administer the Estate name on your ID. Don’t call it a legal person, ID yourself as The Estate…

      http://youhavetheright.com/teachers/doug-riddle/19%20Comprehending%20the%20estate%20&%20office%201.pdf talk about TMI

      ask the oink if he/she/it can obtain Ratification of Commencement at their pretend court. Demand he/ it / thing produces a real party in interest. ( they can’t if no victim or property damage) http://freedom-school.com/law/ratification-of-commencement.html that will be fun

      And when you are ‘in’ that fictional court ALWAYS claim and demand that you are there in SPECIAL APPEARANCE,,,,now matter how much they squeal, oink and crap themselves.

      tell them if they are treating you as a driver involved in commerce and therefore subject to their puke internal policies / codes that you want your check NOW,,,, $5 / mile for the last million miles you allegedly drove as an employee of their foreign corporation.

      let it know that the ONLY reason you have an extortion plate on your private conveyance is because you were forced to get one at gunpoint – the swine has a gun right? Same with the ID, same with commercial Insurance, same with registration… all via gunpoint / threats / coercion.

      USA INC is not the united States, it is a satanic entity hellbound and hell bent on destroying itself and everyone in the world,,,,, worse than Pinky and the Brain stuff…..

      usa vs USA is a decent site to get too much info on the subject

      • Elizabeth Greene

        I appreciate the response, but after very careful and studious research I have come to the conclusion that the legal foundation of the sovereign citizen idea is crap. The very best you can hope for in this avenue is that a judge will find your arguments humorous and entertaining enough to warrant a lighter sentence.

        While you do your WORDS in CAPS makes IT SPECIAL bit, I’ll continue to teach the uninformed why privacy matters, why search and seizure matters, why the US drug policy needs to change, and why more laws are not the answer. Which do you think will have the greater impact?

        • special appearance, demand ratification of commencement, be the estate – not a surety for a legal ‘person’ all caps or not,,,,who gives a crap?
          ” Your alleged honor, on the alleged bench of some alleged court- do you have a claim against this estate? do you know any named claimant with an affidavit that is an injured party? stuff like that…. you know…. force the pukes to demonstrate they have any jurisdiction over a man or woman.
          Inherent rights, unalienable rights – screw sovereign citizen: that is antithetical.

        • mine

  • Dimitri Dontspamme

    There’s a certain irony in this. When you are hired to work for “the man” (government in general, including schools, the fire department, anything really that qualifies for a .gov paycheck) you are fingerprinted as a matter of course, frequently at your local police department. From there your prints (unreliable as they have been shown to be) get cc.ed to “Data Central” at the FBI. Thanks to our hopelessly socialistic social order probably about 50% of us are on The Man’s payroll. So there’s nothing “quiet” about this bizarre data bank that the FBI insists on managing.

  • henrybowman

    Gun owners have had to live with this indignity for years. For example, in Massachusetts, the state requires you to obtain a may-issue license before you can even OWN a firearm (not just carry one); and all that license information is maintained by the state’s “Criminal History Systems Board.” How flattering.

  • They must all be removed from power! Revolution now!

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    We ARE ALL guilty! Guilty of being sovereign citizens.

  • just be sure your prints melt off the shell casings, use +P powder

  • unbubbleslayr

    We don’t need the FBI, we can save lots of money by abolishing them.