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This cop and this judge are insects.
I would like to think that the same fraudulent and brutal system that they are part and parcel of is capable of dispensing justice in this case, but in my heart I don't really believe it.
some hungry pigs
I looked the 81st precinct HQ in Ralph Ave. up in Google Streetview.
It is located right at the corner of Ralph Ave. / Quincy Str. .
There are some police cars and some grey vans and pickup trucks parking in front of it.
Maybe you look it up yourself in Streetview and if you're lucky you will spot the van there or in the vicinity of this police HQ.
Wait a minute:
I guess I've found the van.
It is parked in Gates Avenue.
It has a round window with toned glass on the left side above the rear axis, ideally suited for surveillance operations.
Looks like Hymietown is full of human garbage like this cop and this criminal judge Golia. Mafia city !
And hymiemayor Bloomberg is doing NOTHING about it !
But what can you expect from someone who is harboring worthless criminal Jew banks like Goldman Sachs in his city ?!
Fuck New York !
What a worthless city !
30 Ralph Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11221
"The 81st Precinct is located in the north central area of the borough of Brooklyn. This neighborhood is known as "Bedford Stuyvesant." A small section along the southern border is referred to Stuyvesant Heights. The area is both residential and commercial consisting of mostly three story brownstone homes. There are four commercial strips in the command, Broadway between Saratoga Ave. and Marcus Garvey Blvd., Malcolm X Blvd. between Fulton St. and Monroe St., Ralph Ave. between Fulton St. and Broadway, and Fulton St. Between Ralph Ave. and Utica Ave."
I hope your folks were the good ones. I think everyone is missing the point of all this. Police are not military. Its not too difficult to take out dirty cops and judges. It seems people have lost their nuts, sadly. I really feel for the dead guy, and this friend of his. However, we still have the God given right to defend ourselves, and fight force with force. People on this board are telling him to get cameras you wear, and other assorted things. I have a better bit of advice: Go out of NY, buy a gun, follow that piece of shit who threatened you, and when you finally find him alone, BLAMMO! Good riddance to bad rubbish. It really is your god given right as a human being. Vaya con Dios :)
No, wrong answer. Shooting cops in NYC is a horrible plan. You become all our enemy. I wrote I'm in below, no one is "in" to cop killing, that is the dumbest shit I've ever read on an internet site. Congratulations, guy I reply to has turned to the dark side. NYC is a proper place, better than any other shit stain city on the face of the earth. No exceptions. Stand up, let's cause a ruckus for the wrongly deceased. I'm in.
I'm beginning to think you have to be a masochist to read ZH. I understand why most people choose to bury their heads in the sand. ZH should come with a warning like cigarettes. "Warning, ZH is a hazard for your mental health." It would be interesting to see if people who are regulars here have a higher incidence of alcoholism.
Assuming this really is like Argentina in the process of collapsing, Ferfal said that you better be one really chippy and happy dude to survive (or words to that effect).
However, unlike Argentina, we have full-spectrum surveillance and the vice is closing in on us to the point where we will be inmates of a prison the size of a whole continent. A sort of continental Gaza strip. This is where the isolation of the US has its downside. Nothing is worse than the feeling that you are locked in with a bunch of sociopaths and you can't escape. But then, that's what prisons are about.
Regarding Honestan's points about our ruling sociopaths, until the man on the street becomes aware of the personality traits of sociopaths, the markers of sociopathic behavior, and the dire need to insure that these people become pariahs who have zero chance of getting power over anyone, we will never end this scourge. (This suggests that the framers of the constitution were "sociopathically aware.") I honestly believe that there is a religious dimension to this issue--it is just too entrenched and unmanageable for there to be any hope of dealing with it as a species or on an institutional level. Sociopaths themselves will acknowledge this--they think they have chosen the winning side. The dupers have been duped, regardless of the fact that they are right in the short term.
SOCIOPATHS RUIN LIVES
Amazing post in so many ways.
This is no joke - over the last few years, I have been explaining to wife the things I've learned here, and prepping by purchasing year's supply of food for the family, selling our home at a really good time (thanks Reggie!!) and putting the proceeds into physical gold and silver. She is bonefied sheeple (Great mom, and I do love her dearly) but she thinks that I am certifiable now. The last straw for her was when I showed her a video of Building 7 and explained that something was definitely wrong with the way that happened.
She has me seeing a therapist now to discuss my "paranoia". No shit. I go to humor her, but it is kinda funny b/c the therapist is a huge goldbug, and understands the Fed bullshit. So, to keep the peace at home, I go to this guy once a month and blow 200$ to talk about shit i read about here. IN reality, I should be donating that cash to this site.
I told her ZH was my "therapy" but she wasnt buying it.
Agree completely re. the sociopaths.
For truth and knowledge, there is ZH. For everything else, there is medication.
In America there's no such thing as a good cop (police, whatever).
The moment someone puts on that police badge they're violating the constitution and all the principles America was founded on.
In America's 3-branch system of government, the executive branch has no law enforcement authority whatsoever.
ALL law enforcement is done by the judicial branch, and then only on the authority of a court order from a judge. This is the foundation of due process. The core of due process.
Police (of any type) are in the executive branch, the branch that isn't supposed to have any law enforcement authority at all, therefore police are unconstitutional by definition.
NO action against a citizen is supposed to be done without a court order from a judge.
Police routinely violate this major point of due process, playing judge themselves, taking the law into their own hands.
Police are the #1 violators of due process. Police routinely bypass the judicial branch, taking action against citizens on their own judgment, without a court order.
"Reasonable suspicion" and "probable cause" are direct violations of due process, direct violations of the constitution, and direct violations of America's 3-branch system of government. Police are not in the judicial branch. Police are not judges.
Police = Tyranny
Anywhere you have police you have tyranny. They are one in the same.
If this nation is ever going to get back to the founding principles and the constitution, all police forces must be disbanded first.
For that matter, all city governments must be disbanded. City governments are martial law jurisdictions. They're unconstitutional by definition.
One more thing has to be done. The federal government must get out of the states. The federal government is to have no involvement in a state, nor any involvement with the people of a state.
Under our founding principles and 3-branch system of government, American citizens have one layer of government, not three. That one layer is the county government with county courts and county judges elected by the people of the county, and a county sheriff elected by the people of the county. The county court carries out state laws enacted by the state legislature. The county sheriff is part of the judicial branch. They carry out court orders. They have no authority to act on their own against a citizen.
Under our founding principles and 3-branch system of government, the executive branch does NO law enforcement. The judicial branch does ALL law enforcement, and ONLY on a court order from a judge.
NO action is taken against a citizen without a court order from a judge, and ONLY after the citizen has had an opportunity to appear before the judge and make a defense.
This is the CORE of due proces.
Your right of DUE PROCESS is the MOST IMPORTANT right of all. It protects all your other rights.
DUE PROCESS is THE thing that protects liberty and freedom in America. It's THE thing that prevents government tyranny.
The JUDICIAL branch of government is the TRUE law enforcement authority in America.
NOT the executive branch. NOT police. Not ANY executive branch person AT ALL.
Letting executive branch people start doing law enforcement, bypassing the judicial branch, playing judge themselves, is the textbook definition of TYRANNY.
it will get worse
The corruption of the police is a very subtle and insidious thing. The vast majority of people don't join the police force to become criminals. They very slowly develop the "us verses them" mentality. The idea that many of the laws that apply to the rest of society don't apply to them.
I was once dating the ex-wife of a cop. She took me to a party. The house was packed, the music was blaring and the smell of weed was in the air. They were openly snorting coke off the coffee table. I said to her that we should get out of there as it was sure to be raided. She laughed and said that this was the safest place in the city. Ninety percent of the men and fifty percent of the women were cops. The place would never be raided! Yet the next day they would all be out busting people for weed and coke possession. Many of them soon develop the idea they are above the law.
There's a joke at the academy:
'When you first join the force you find that there are 4 kinds of people: good guys, bad guys, cops and assholes.
After your first year, you realize there are only 3: bad guys, cops, and assholes.
After 5 years: cops and assholes.
After 10: Just assholes.'
It hopefully it doesn't take most people that long to realize the truth in that joke.
It's not an idea... it's reality.
I believe this Judge Golia is "owned" by someone doing some RICO shit in NYC. As to this f'n pig who assaulted Mr. Galison, he's probably a former US serviceman of some type. NO country should EVER recruit their LEO's from the miltary. All former miltary should be legally barred from any type of domestic police or public security employment. These people are trained killers and do not know what "public service" means. NYPD, Philly, N'awlins, Chicago, LAPD, SFPD, etc., one and all well known via public record for their own special brand(s) of police brutality. You can't trust ANYONE on a fucking POWER TRIP and that's what this disgusting and criminal scenario proves, if nothing else.
Very, very +. But you know they are ubiquitous.
There is one cool cop out there. He is in Lawrence KS. I was driving home from work one night and was pulled over b/c i forgot to put my licence plate back up after getting some gas. He introduced himself and explained why he pulled me over . I was also not wearing my seat belt. He let me go without a citation.
That being said, I was at the Taste of Chicago when I was 19 and was flasley arrested and I said , No, you got the wrong guy. The cop grabbed my throat and said, I am nver wrong. Fuck Chicago NYC and all those big cities. Grrrreeeeeeeeeeeen Acres is the place for me :)
If CPL is reading this thread, can you take the info from those pics and identify this cop and do some computer mumbo jumbo and bankrupt him or something?
I am getting old. Nothing surprises me anymore. To quote my Grandad (1878-1976).."Those damn sons of bitches". Yeah. He was 98.
Those damn sharks been around a along time.
here in thailand everyone and everything is corrupt so it all tends to cancel out. but my sister lives in the usa and works for a bank. some manager there embezzeled some money from the bank and one day the fbi came to talk to her and the others about it. a few days later, during protests of the first gulf war, she was caught in a crowd of anti war protestors while trying to get to her car downtown after going shopping. she got mixed up in the protestors and one of them she said dressed like a hippie with a sign and shouting slogans turned and bumped into her becasue he did not see her behind him. she said she looked up and he looked down at her, and he was one of the fbi guys that had been to the bank the week before. this shocked her to her core. she also said the local police were agents of the local chamber of commerce not the people. she felt that the corruption in the usa operates on a much "higher" level than thailand and that it is actually worse but you dont see it easily until you get mixed up in it, and that usa corruption seems so much more sinister because it is so institutional and top down that you dont really see it happening in real time like you do here in asia where corruption is so much more petty and obvious. my only experience with usa police was when i was an undergraduate in california. i got stopped for riding my bike across a tiny bit of grass next to the sidewalk, instead of staying on the sidewalk. an infraction in that town and a 20 dollar fine. it always seemed to me that when you went somewhere you were at risk to be preyed on by criminals and the police, all only interested in shaking some coins from your pockets. People try to drive to and from work without being stopped for some petty this or that attached with a big fine. if our pathetic police tried to do that here they would have to put the entire country in jail lol.
Good perspective, and I don't doubt it.
My letter was a bit verbose but it gets the point across.
To The Honorable Eric T. Schneiderman:
Recently the issue involving the
potential homicide of Sunny Sheu has
grasped my attention. I have been
following developments with great
concern as there seems to be a complete
lack of interest in this case by all
aspects of law enforcement, including
I do not find the statements of the NYPD
to be credible. Fact is, anectdotally,
not many folks on the internet find them
Please be assured that I am doing my
part to spread this story to every
single person that I know in Florida, as
well as commenting and reposting
articles on Sunny's death, as well as
the recent assault of William Galison,
the reporter that has been exposing this
It is my intention to do my part to
bring public awareness to this issue.
I ask that you step in and at least
assign some resources to investigate
this matter. Should you be unwilling to
do so then I think such inaction would
only serve to further undermine the lack
of credibility of the justice system in
this nation and further reinforce the
claim that there are two systems of
justice. One for people of influence,
and one - the really harsh one - for the
rest of us.
I am also contacting the FBI to voice
similar concerns as well as my
congressman and senators.
Good luck and Godspeed in your efforts.
Contact the NYS Attorney General's Office.
This is actually really scary. I would move to somewhere safer, and still do what you do through Internet. If the system turns against you, it will be impossible to depend on anything. Apparently the mainstream media has not picked up the story. That's where we should send this story to.
The lame stream media is just as corrupt
My associates have created a protest site at http://22.214.171.124/protest/index.php/board,1.0.html Your prior article about the demise of Mr. Sheu was their inspiration for this and they've honored his memory on this site.
The site is dedicated to exploring methods of protest, as well as to serve as a method whereby aspiring protesters can communicate and organize.
The Enemy's system is based on a foundation of bribing the people to obtain their docility. The Enemy's ability to fund this bribery is based on their financial system. Their system is a house of cards that really, really needs a gentle gust of wind to knock it down.
How about hitting two birds with one stone? Organize a protest regarding the circumstances surrounding Mr. Sheu's death, but stage it in front of the New York Fed or some such place that would provoke the ire of many of the protesters.
Good luck with your quest.
P.S. If any of the donut eaters can read, I challenge them to come get me :-)
Look what they tried to do to Frank Serpico that time.
As a US Marine said about his local Police, they are "thieves with badges"
let's upgrade that to "thugs with badges"
this is what comes of monopolies, in institutions like Govt and its Police, they run out of control because they have no checks and balances such as competition (that sorts good from crap) or citizens that can make choices (here's the police take it or leave it)
The State, or 'democratic Government' to give it its most liberal sugar-coated turd of aname, in every country is now running out of control on all fronts in every Dept.
You have a choice: Pay Zero Tax
It'll bring this most abusive, obtrusive and ignorant institution to its knees in a matter of weeks. Stop funding the States theft from society, thuggery and bullying, deceipt and liesand murderous wars
if our military serves israel like slaves... there whores and shit tho
Go sleep it off, fuckface.
I wonder how many people with cameras would be willing to show up to surveil the surveillers. The Miami Cubans made it very, very difficult for the Feds to get their hands on little Elian Gonzalez (and if they'd been a bit more vigilant, it might never have happened).
My impression of the modern police is that they are effectively operating like a criminal gang with a monopoly on the lawful use of force. Of course, tyrants have used "the law" for centuries to oppress and rob The People. At least honest criminals must keep their customers happy and worry about getting punished for breaking the law.
My guess is the NYPD has a cell of rogue cops, working for the New Machine that will take over once the wheels really fall off. Galison is as good as dead, unless he leaves the state, and maybe the country. I hate to say it. These are the times.
Don't forget about the NYC coroner's office. That's where blunt force trauma to the head, two days after a death threat, is ruled an accidental slip and fall. Nothing to see here, move along.
"I fell down some stairs."
The authorities cannot be trusted. There was a girl in Buffalo that was found dead in a trashcan, naked, head down. The coroner ruled she died of natural causes. Baiscally, she stripped naked, walked over to a trashcan and crawled in to die.
Fucking Ballbusting Imbeciles = FBI
Once a cock sucker always a cocksucker. Be it the po-lice in NYC, the FBI or anywhere else.
The rule of law does not exist in the US
Time to leave a dump on a cops, lawyers, lawmakers or judges doorstep
William Galison: You need to take the lead in your own protection. Find a way to physically vanish but not intellectually or informationally vanish.
Whether you like it or not, you should also send formal complaints on paper to so-called appropriate parties (district attorney, internal affairs, i don't know) so they risk starting a snowball of recriminations and backlash if they have done nothing and something does happen to you as well. Do this by mail or attorney, not in person (except maybe giving papers to low level clerks).
If you really get behind the 8-ball and need somewhere to vanish to, find a way to get in touch with me (or any others who might also volunteer to help in replies to this message or otherwise), and we will hide you and do whatever else we can given our circumstances and resources.
Some of the cities are societies of criminals. There it is the law of the jungle. Kill or be killed.
The law is a matter of consent amongst decent people. Where you are, there is no law of this kind, only jungle law.
The advisary is blind. When he looks, he sees a stupid fluffy white bleating sheep. This can be used as an advantage. He would never expect a sheep with a cutdown 12 guage loaded with OO buckshot coming from under its fluffy white fleece. A sheep who had previously cleaned and wiped the shotgun and previously cleaned and wiped the shells, leaving it there after shooting the first load into the balls where the armor is weak and the area is rich with blood flow, taking him down and stunning him long enough for a second round to the head.
You have nothing to lose if you are for all practical purposes already dead.
The cops have a better chance of finding you than the journalist does.
It's been nice knowing ya.
The people in this world who I most value, are people trying to do the right thing, not people I just happen to meet. Does supporting good people sometimes involve risk. Now and then. And the alternative is? Answer: The world we live in now. A world utterly dominated by predators. Bad tradeoff.
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