I Think We’re Alone Now – Surveillance Camera

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I Think We're Alone Now - Surveillance Cameras

No, I’m not talking about the song that Tiffany sang in the late ’80s.

I’m talking about how in today’s surveillance world, you are never alone when you are in a public place. Take a look at this video of GOP Rep Lauren Boebert, recently being escorted out of Denver Center for the Performing Arts musical while watching Beetlejuice the Musical.

According to official reports, she was asked to leave because of her behavior during the presentation. Her behavior is nothing short of unacceptable, and then when you throw the fact that she is a U.S. Representative, it just makes it worse.

But this post isn’t about her, it’s about how much surveillance they were able to quickly produce of her that evening. She appeared on no less than ten different cameras and that is just those on the Denver Center for the Performing Arts property. That doesn’t count the cameras that would be in the parking garage, or in the Taxi Cab, or Uber. Plus the local businesses in the area. If they were staying the night at the Curtis Denver Doubletree, or maybe they hit up one of the many restaurants in the area. 

Don’t forget the traffic cameras and the ATM cameras. There is a camera on the outside of the Corner Office Restaurant, right across from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. The building right across from the restaurant and on the corner, has two cameras, one on each side of the corner. There are traffic cameras on the corner of 14th Street and Curtis Street.

My point is, don’t think for a second that you are “alone”, there are cameras everywhere.

Cameras everywhere
Red circles indicating where cameras are located, right across the street from the theater

If you care to see what she was doing that got her kicked out, below is a video I found showing some of her behavior.

17 seconds in, you see her vaping. 23 seconds in she is making her camera on her phone flash and at 26 seconds she takes a selfie, while the theater is dark and the performers are on the stage. At 28 seconds you can see her dancing in her seat, and raising her arms in the air.

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