Out of Control LISTEN TO THIS TERRIFYING 911 CALL of Thugs Hired by JPMorgan Chase Breaking Down a Door

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Zerohedge fan's picture

The only way, we can help the  money changers:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lo5BBHtn4tM

msjimmied's picture

For the last year or so I've been reading you guys talk about buying guns, and swore I would never go there. Today I've changed my mind.

chopper read's picture

GUNS BITCHEZ.

 

...be sure to join the NRA as they have been carrying the heavy load in the "District of Confiscation" by protecting our right to arm ourselves.  

http://membership.nrahq.org/

 

gwar5's picture

I have two dogs named Smith and Wesson to guard my house. They bite. 

ThisIsBob's picture

All of this white collar terror is a consequence of inadequate or no (legally necessary) paperwork, which was forborne because its cost impacted profits and bonus pools.

The guillotining should begin where the buck stopped.

Burticus's picture

Question:  What stops them from YOU being their next "mistake"?

Answer:  Steel and lead, "the other white metals."  Just ask these "terrorists":

The strongest reason for the people to retain their right to keep and bear arms is as a last resort to protect themselves against tyranny in government. - Thomas Jefferson

A people armed and free forms a barrier against the enterprises of ambition and is a bulwark for the nation against foreign invasion and domestic oppression. - James Madison

If the representatives of the people betray their constituents, there is no recourse left but in the exertion of that original right of self-defense which is paramount to all positive forms of government. - Alexander Hamilton

A free people ought not only to be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government. - George Washington

The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference; they deserve a place of honor with all that's good. - George Washington

Firearms are second only to the Constitution in importance; they are the peoples' liberty's teeth. - George Washington

Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are ruined. - Patrick Henry

Withdrawn Sanction's picture

Love the quotations.  A+

The First Amendment is first, because first, we try to reason w/our representatives for redress of grievances.  Failing that, we can resort to the Second Amendment.

This site is daily testimony that the first route is failing.  No one is listening.  Sooner than most expect, Im afraid, we will be at the second route.  Sad.

Fred C Dobbs's picture

Go read Jim Willie's latest over at Kitco.com.  He talks wrote about Thoreau, civil disobedience and the Facist Business Model.  

Remember when you are on a jury you can decide the law.  You do not have to follow corrupt laws just because a public servant judge tells you to.  It is long past time for civil disobedience.    

Stormdancer's picture

lol!  Come get my car and see where your self-righteous ass ends up :)

minus dog's picture

Well the bank claims they thought the house was empty, which is true means you'd not expect someone to knock.

I'm not doubting this happened, but the media coverage just seems a little odd.  I can't help thinking a lot of this stuff recently is someone trying to drum up support for something.

carbonmutant's picture

What kind of common sense does it take to knock on the door and let the occupants know what you're are there for?

 

gwar5's picture

A lot of burglars and home invaders knock first. Peepholes work. Girl Scouts don't pick the door lock when the door doesn't open.

thesapein's picture

He did knock.

The old woman said so herself on the call.

Listen again with a critical ear. She also changes her answers, once saying no cars were in the driveway, then saying the man's truck was there.

carbonmutant's picture

Okay, if he knocked and found she was home why did he continue changing the lock?

That was in direct violation of Bank procedures and the Law.

At that point it's breaking and entering...

Time to go to Plan B.


pyite's picture

People don't give a fuck when the DEA breaks down the wrong door and kills someone who is innocent, why should they start now?

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Stun Gun's picture

The contractor was not told the truth by the bank which could have gotten him killed. It would have been a tragedy if he had been.

Instead of shooting first and finding out later you killed the wrong asshole I would recommend using a good pistol grip 18% pepper spray. He’ll wish he hadn’t been born and should still by lying on the ground crying for his mamma when police arrive to sort it out.

I’m not against guns, I just believe in shooting the right assholes!

 

minus dog's picture

You are right, the contractor was nearly in a world of shit, and it is the bank's fault.

But what happens when you spray the "wrong" guy?  I tell you what, anyone tries to spray me, I'm running like a mofo.  If I can't do that for some reason, or if they manage to connect, I'm going to shoot the everloving fuck out of them, and the law is behind me 100%.  It's a lot more difficult to defend yourself or others when you can't see, and it is reasonable to assume anyone trying to spray you is not your buddy.

I say this as someone with plenty of experience carrying both firearms and OC spray.  Not to say that OC doesn't have its uses, but don't bring steak seasoning to a gunfight.  Your motivation to shoot the right guy is commendable, but anyone who is going to no-shit come through your door now and doesn't get the hint is the "right" guy.   You're not going to have time to spray then shoot, and it's not worth your life.  If you do have time to spray, then you're most likely not justified in using force in the first place.

And then there are the people who are 100% wholly immune to the OC - I'm assuming you're not aware of them.  Have you ever taken a good dose of OC to the face?

still kicking's picture

Umm, you are the right asshole if you enter the place I am living without knocking or ringing the bell and me letting you in.  If you have a sheriff's deputy and I say no and they force their way in, that's a different story, but if Jesus himself walked in my door without knocking I'd pump 7 shells into him before he could ascend again....no sacrilidge intended.

ZeroPoint's picture

Let's see here. Breaking and entering, home invasion, trespassing, and conspiracy to commit a crime. At least 3 felonies right there. 

That's enough to get your business seized. That is, of course, you are not too big to face criminal charges.

Jay the savage's picture

Ask them to show clean title, or cave still yours.

thesapein's picture

This poor old lady just conned everyone here.

If I were 3 months behind on my mortgage, I'd be expecting a knock at the door. Once it came, she tried to get the police to shoot someone. She is no better than the evil banks.

TeddyRoosevelt's picture

now folks are getting it.  do business in cash.  prepare to do business in silver coins and gold.  remove yourself from the financial system.  and buy guns to protect yourself.

chopper read's picture

protest with guns and gold, bitchez!

Goldenballs's picture

Once TSHTF you won,t be able to move at Ports and Airports for these buggers going home.

trav7777's picture

Yes, but if you are an illegal alien, you can waltz right into a hospital for free care.  If you're the right kind of minority, people will bend over backwards to get you free housing and free foodstamps and free money and free everything.

Better to be the right color and totally unproductive these days...you have rights!

Goldenballs's picture

Walk right in,sit right down ..... well we,ve stolen your home but how are you doing for a pension ............

tony bonn's picture

every single one of those bankster thugs needs a bullet hole in his head.

Dr. No's picture

Watched "O Brother where art thou" the other night....

 

"Hold it right there!

- You men from the bank?

You Wash's boy?

Yes, sir. Daddy told me to shoot who's ever from the bank.

We ain't from the bank, young fella.

Yes, sir. I'm supposed to shoot folks servin' papers.

- We ain't got no papers, neither. - I nicked the census man.

Now, there's a good boy.

Is... is your daddy about?"

Agent P's picture

"Mrs. Hogwallop up and R-U-N-N-O-F-T"

Classic Coen Brothers movie!

Buttcathead's picture

Yes, Bailing Out the banks was a great idea.  Thanks Hank, Ben, and Timmy.  I aint buy'n nuttin...  I aint short'n nuttin.  Let them choke on Hank and Ben's fake ass money.

Milestones's picture

A "bank robbery" has taken on a whole new meaning. Now ya got to ask, which one was the crook??  Milestones

Milestones's picture

A "bank robbery" has taken on a whole new meaning. Now ya got to ask, which one was the crook??  Milestones

Widowmaker's picture

Nobody, if the entire thing is topsy like (insert favorite pyramid scheme name here).   When Fan and Fred had the US Treasury guarantee, the door was wide open.  

Yee haa.

earnyermoney's picture

Banker's are terrorists.

chopper read's picture

protest, with bullion that connot be "fractionally lent".   fuck fiat.  fuck The Fed.  fuck The Wall Street Industrial Complex.

What a mess_man's picture

Which ones?  My wife who counts the beans in the branches?  My next door neighbort making $10/hr on the teller line?  The branch manager who has to play teller, open new accounts, get yelled at by customers and still try to manage?  Or do you mean Wall Street Investment Bankers?  Pretty big difference there.  Maybe we should redefine "bankers" here.  Of course I doubt any of this will matter when the hordes decide to take out their gripes on the local branch - they'll lynch my innocent family and neighbor.  Because they are a) stupid, b) have no idea where the WS Investment Bankers are, and/or c) are motivated by comments like yours...

Fish Gone Bad's picture

Once people find out that Bank of America is openly stealing homes, there will be a backlash against ALL BANKS.  The demo-rat party is in for some real trouble, and the rat-publicans are going to be very happy fairly soon, that is until they find out that people only hate the rat-publicans just a little less than the demo-rats.

TARP was an unmitigated disaster.  Why?  The banks and bankers all got a whole bunch of free money that they paid themselves their BONUSES and salaries with.  With 1 out of 5 Americans not having a job, let alone a BONUS, it is very hard to understand why these are the favorite children.  Banks have been failing left and right, but not before everyone on the inside got their wages, bonuses, and whatever they could pry up from the floor.  It is really hard to be sympathetic to source of all evil.

Widowmaker's picture

Wasn't it Geithner who recently spoke "we saved the financial system but lost the country?" or something like that? 

Was he referring to when he headed the NY Fed or US Treasury or?

What did he mean by "lost" exactly... like the Vegas one last shot on my last dime for a bus ticket to get home, kind?

 

gmrpeabody's picture

"What did he mean by "lost" exactly... like the Vegas one last shot on my last dime for a bus ticket to get home, kind?"

Too funny!

gmrpeabody's picture

Someone who gets it.

people only hate the rat-publicans just a little less than the demo-rats"

tom's picture

And if that doesn't get you riled up, think about this: a lot of these foreclosure sales are actually collecting money on behalf of the US public.

The federal government guarantees agency MBSs, and it has committed itself to bailing out GSEs from the losses they are taking on their guarantees of GSE MBSs. So if foreclosure is impossible on a GSE- or agency-guaranteed mortgage, that means more public losses tacked onto the public deficit and the public debt.

The federal government could try to recover some of those losses by suing the banks for failing to keep their commitments to properly handle all the paperwork that underlies these publicly guaranteed MBSs. But I doubt the government will do that, as these are the same banks the government just bailed out. The government already majority-owns GMAC, so no point at all in suing that one.

Talk about having you coming or going.

grovernors's picture

Beans, bullets and bullion before bedlam because busy bees breed better babies.

tona2009.com

 

Robslob's picture

PLEASE COME TO TEXAS AND TRY THIS JPM, BAC, Citi...PLEASE!!!!

Sabibaby's picture

Better be wearing a heavy fricken jacket too!!!

SheepDog-One's picture

Its now a bizarro-world where it takes due diligence and a lot of research to see if articles are The Onion or not! Very hard to tell!

Bagbalm's picture

It's hard to believe nobody has been shot dead doing this. Perhaps it has and it is being hushed up.

sgt_doom's picture

Bagbalm, dead people tend not to give interviews.