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Rebellion In The USA - Protesters Attempt To Arrest Albuquerque Police Chief

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Submitted by Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

There is something very, very wrong with the Albuquerque, New Mexico police department, and the citizens have just about had enough. Before I get into the heart of this story, I need to provide you with a little background. The Albuquerque Police Department (APD) is well known for its outrageous and inappropriate use of violence. So much so that it has been under investigation by the Department of Justice, which wrote a letter to the Mayor of Albuquerque on April 10, 2014 condemning the police force. Here’s an excerpt from the letter:

Based on our investigation, we have reasonable cause to believe that APD engages in a pattern or practice of use of excessive force, including deadly force, in violation of the Fourth Amendment and Section 14141. Our investigation included a comprehensive review of APD’s operations and the City’s oversight systems. We have determined that structural and systemic deficiencies—including insufficient oversight, inadequate training, and ineffective policies— contribute to the use of unreasonable force. At the conclusion of this letter, we outline the remedial measures that we believe are necessary to ensure that force is used in accordance with the Constitution. In some instances, these recommendations build on measures and initiatives that are already underway within the department.

Just prior to the release of the letter, APD officers shot in the back and killed a homeless man named James M. Boyd, who was camping in the Albuquerque foothills. More recently (and after the DOJ’s letter was sent), 50-year-old Air Force veteran Armand Martin was killed outside of his home by a SWAT team in a standoff with police. It seems the APD is incapable of solving any sort of dispute without a citizen ending up dead.

It makes you wonder what is up with law enforcement in New Mexico in general. If you recall, earlier this year I highlighted a horrific incident in Deming, New Mexico in my post: How a Routine Traffic Stop in New Mexico Turned into a Nightmare of Torture for David Eckert. 

So back to Albuquerque. The people are rightfully very upset, which led to a city council meeting being taken over on May 5th protesters. This display of civil disobedience even led to an attempt to serve Police Chief Gorden Eden with an citizen’s arrest warrant. As a result of the protest, the city council moved to prevent protests at their latest meeting, which may lead to free speech related lawsuits. You have to watch the following video:


People have just about had enough, and civil disobedience will only grow greater in the months and years ahead. This is what happens when a nation morphs into a deranged, oligarchic police state. This is also why the Bundy Ranch standoff was such a huge deal, as I noted in one of my most popular posts of 2014: Why the Standoff at the Bundy Ranch is a Very Big Deal.


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Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:21 | 4757548 Truther
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Bring down the Neocons and all the BITCHEZ that support them.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:35 | 4757568 FilthyHabits
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How human beings can not understand the facts written (Bill of Rights) down for them is very frustrating.

Most peace keeping officers should understand; First, they are not "More Special" they are as sovereign as you and I; second, a human being has rights.

Arm Yourselves.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:36 | 4757587 LetThemEatRand
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Police are now largely selected and then trained as being more special than the rest of us.  They see their own safety as paramount, and all of us as criminals who just haven't been caught.  Protect and serve my ass.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:42 | 4757611 Four chan
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they were all guys who didn't get to kill anyone in the military so the took it out on a homeless civilian.

there should be no more than 5% ex military in any police department.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:48 | 4757644 CaptainObvious
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It's not the military influence.  Military men have far more discipline over their firepower than these clowns.

By the way, I can't stop staring at your avatar.  I'd kill to see an 11x13 blowup of that photo.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:55 | 4757660 Keyser
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A local plod in Texas just shot and killed a 93 year old woman that was alleged to have been "brandishing a firearm"... They fired the guy, but no manslaughter charges have or will be filed against him... We live in a fucked up country when the cops shoot first and never ask questions...


Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:56 | 4757666 Mistress Raindrop
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American cops are out of control.  Bitches.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:02 | 4757681 Vampyroteuthis ...
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Back in the day when I was a resident of 'burque, I can remember hearing stories of APD. They would beat people randomly. Threaten without cause. Basically, they are thugs behind badges. You are supposed to feel relatively safe with a cop nearby. Not true in Albuburque, you felt an unease and it was real.

New Mexico, one step from a third world country.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:05 | 4757693 CaptainObvious
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"New Mexico, one step from a third world country."

Literally and figuratively. 

New Mexico is also known for its aggressive asset forfeiture policy.  (Texas too, for that matter.)  So if you happen to find yourself driving through either of those states, leave all your cash at home, drive a rental car so they can't steal your personal car, and do not have anything of any value whatsoever on your person.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:13 | 4757712 markmotive
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The authorities don't work for the people. They will turn on you faster than you can call your lawyer.

You work for the government so don't try to stand up against it.

This has been going on since Vietnam and beyond.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:34 | 4757753 Gaius Frakkin' ...
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Hmmm... I wonder why early Americans felt it necessary to elect their law enforcement and why they called them officials INSTEAD OF authorities.

Add it to the list of bass-ackward things in the modern USSA.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:49 | 4757781 JohnnyBriefcase
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Better call Saul.



Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:17 | 4757826 wee-weed up
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The Obozo Admin is busily turning all local PDs...

Into militant statist "Brown Shirt" goons as fast as possible...

By having DHS shower all manner of military toys on them.

This is insurance for later when the Admin commands...

Them to turn against the law-abiding citizens when the SHTF.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:02 | 4757901 SilverIsKing
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The cops can get away with this shit because their is little to no cost to them to act this way. When those who are directly affected begin to put a cost back onto these cops, then the number of police brutality incidences will decline.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:13 | 4757913 wee-weed up
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Sadly, I think we've already passed a tipping point.

Most PDs now have more than enough military weapons...

And fire-power to counter almost any number of local citizens.


Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:23 | 4757923 ACP
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Yes, we've definitely passed a tipping point...the temperature at which the Constitution burns...however...

A couple things that ordinary citizens have are: time, numbers, and ingenuity.

Unfortunately, things will probably have to get a lot worse before people get to that breaking point...

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:29 | 4757931 wee-weed up
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Meanwhile, local PDs are arming up like some small countries militaries.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:53 | 4757951 ACP
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True...but soldiers were using all that equipment only a few years ago, and every time a new piece of equipment is introduced, soldiers are the test subjects who use said equipment, and the first to complain about all the flaws they discover. Of course, all their complaints go unnoticed by the govt, but I'm sure they'd be more than happy to talk about what types of situations would turn those monsters into death traps.

There was actually a movie about this called "The Pentagon Wars", which described how the M2 Bradley was described as both a "deathtrap" and "crematorium".

Every monster has an Achilles Heel, and you can bet your ass the Feds didn't tell these local departments a damn thing. Information is still the world's most valuable commodity.


Wed, 05/14/2014 - 02:28 | 4757998 New Ordnance
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RE: Achilles Heel

Before taking ballistic measures, consider these proven strategies and tactics for overthrowing tyrants and dictators:

See page 25 for "Identifing the Achilles Heel".


Wed, 05/14/2014 - 06:10 | 4758111 gold-is-not-dead
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Just shoot the mofoka, don't arest him...

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 07:11 | 4758164 ilion
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Where is it all going to end? I mean if God really exists then what is he still waiting for?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 07:26 | 4758191 negative rates
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A women God, that's what.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:05 | 4758243 sleigher
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Read this and see where we are.  I know it is ny times, but it should be rather telling.

Justices Rule Police Do Not Have a Constitutional Duty to Protect Someone



Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:52 | 4758341 Joe Davola
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The Dept of Justice calling out another entity on 4th Amendment, that's rich.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 10:26 | 4758819 LooseLee
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'God' does not exist for the benefits of humans. 'God' is within humans. When humans realize their true nature, then things will change. For those who cannot understand, this does not mean humans 'are' god. 'God' acts through humans when the 'individual' human has perceived his/her 'essence'. This 'essence' does not belong to the individual. Hope that clarifies. Sadly, most humans live in fear and so, due to fear and therefore unable to perceive their 'essence', use all means of imagination to scapegoat their responsibility for their own salvation. Hence the popularity of 'Christianity'. Unfortunately, the Jesus that walked the earth 2000 years ago would not recognize nor understand this 'religion' created by humans...

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 10:50 | 4758940 Things that go bump
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If you're waiting for God to intervene you will be waiting a long time. You're expected to actively participate to solve your own problems not sit passively waiting for devine intervention. God appears to be pretty hands off and when He does intervene its pretty heavy handed. 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 13:47 | 4759735 waterhorse
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So the moral of the story is:  Gawd helps those who help themselves?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 12:04 | 4759292 Warhead
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That's great, except I don't for a second believe that any large majority of veterans or active soldiers wouldn't be aggressively backing up the local authorities. Trust me, I work for the local authorities, and I know the veterans. They're besties. They have their own "big club" and if you don't or didn't wear a uniform, "you ain't in it".

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:47 | 4757955 Oh regional Indian
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Son of a friend of mine just committed suicide because he did not want to enter the florida prison system. He was charged with being a part of a night club fight.

Seems anyone over 70 IQ need not apply to the Florida Police Dept.

Brutes. Alberqurque is a test bed of what is coming. You all have to do something.


Wed, 05/14/2014 - 05:47 | 4758101 new game
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Ukraine, new mexico-shots fired at inocent citizens...

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 09:37 | 4758545 Bagbalm
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Why didn't he take some with him?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 10:21 | 4758795 SumTing Wong
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All of you should come to Indiana. I saw three cop cars with a station wagon pulled over and noticed that the back hatch was up. I assumed they were looking for some sort of drugs, as we're nearly the meth capital of the Midwest. We like to call it the Methbasket rather than Breadbasket at this point...anyway, I notice that the car is jacked up with a wheel off, and one police officer is changing a pregnant lady's tire while one is talking to her and the other watching traffic to make sure everyone gives the tire-changer a lane. 

Made me think of Andy and Barney...and be glad I live in the middle of nowhere, where I know my police officers and have some of them as neighbors. Now I left a bigger city on the east coast, and a lot of the police there thought they were enforcers. Some were the biggest assholes around. It's a shame that all it takes for evil to grow is for the good people to stand around and do nothing. Good on the protestors of Alberquerque.

That being said, there are rumored to be weapons in my house...just in case... 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 18:08 | 4760768 Gaius Frakkin' ...
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Nice story, but most Indiana cops are just as bad. Why do you think Meth is so bad there? They run the stuff.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:39 | 4760680 zerozulu
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So the second amendment is true for PDs only?????

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 18:04 | 4760757 Berspankme
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Yes, they have firepower but we have numbers. Massive civil disobedience cannot be stopped with weapons. Refuse to comply. If everyone (very large number) refuses to comply they are powerless. Don't participate, don't play their game. Don't eat in their restaraunts, don't buy their crap, refuse to pay taxes. If everyone bands together we could win but we need a very large number.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:14 | 4757914 ACP
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That is exactly right. It's really that simple.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 02:47 | 4758012 fencejumper
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This started with formation of DHS and control is above Obama...IMO of course.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 02:10 | 4757855 Lore
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@ CaptainObvious: Military personnel are conditioned thoroughly to kill without conscience. It's video game psychology taken to another level.  Good police departments try their darnedest to avoid recruiting militroids -- ex-military who lack any conscience -- because of the headaches it creates for them when things go wrong on the street.  Militroids are not what you want for community policing.  Unfortunately, no interview technique is perfect, not even Targetted Selection, and some sneaky nutbars always squeak through.  The process of weeding out dangerous psychopaths is very expensive and time-consuming. Still, the most important thing is to set a good example, and that responsibility lies with the brass, setting the tone for the rest of the organization.  Basically, if you have a lot of trouble with a significant number of officers, the root of the problem generally lies at the top. It is important for executive officers to come down hard on officers found to have used excessive force. "Not only must justice be done; it must also be seen to be done."  Rgds

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 11:28 | 4759105 sister tika
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"@ CaptainObvious: Military personnel are conditioned thoroughly to kill without conscience. It's video game psychology taken to another level."


How many years did YOU serve in the US military?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 12:07 | 4759303 Warhead
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This is not an opinion, this is documented fact. Many years of research have gone into figuring out how to train our soldiers to kill without conscience. That doesn't mean they don't HAVE a conscience, or that they are dangerous or bad on their own. But they are very carefully honed and dangerous tools, and like any dangerous tool, it really depends on who directs it to which targets. You just gotta make sure you're in their "us" not their "them" category.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 19:26 | 4761031 jimmytorpedo
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Child abuse creates soldiers.

Look at the correlation between those who enlist from the south and those who are beaten as children.

Bad parenting creates the enforcer class for the elites.

Check out stefan Molyneux, he has a lot to say o this subject.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 12:12 | 4759332 rubiconsolutions
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"How many years did YOU serve in the US military?"

Sister tika - Six years. And I shred my DD-214 and (not so) honorable discharge years ago because I woke up and saw just what military 'service' is all about which is to advance the agenda of bankers and corporate rapists like Raytheon, Lochheed-Martin et al. Anyone who would enlist or encourage their children to enlist is a dolt.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 12:52 | 4759532 sister tika
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Did I ask you a question, rubiconsolutions?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 14:04 | 4759807 rubiconsolutions
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Hey sister - I couldn't care less if you asked me a question or not. This is a public forum and I gave you my opinion whether you agree with it or not and whether you asked or not. If you don't like it, well, too bad. As long as there's some semblance of free speech that's the way it works.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 16:48 | 4760478 sister tika
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Nice rant, rubi.  You need to write a bestseller.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:43 | 4760688 Ralph Spoilsport
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Sister Titti, didn't you star in that classic film "Dirty German Nuns"? Great acting!

Sun, 05/18/2014 - 16:50 | 4771796 Lore
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@ Sister Tika: Why do you ask?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:07 | 4757809 chumbawamba
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Calling this a "rebellion" implies the people were usurping power unjustly.  This was actually a sovereign ass-kicking.  The sovereign people of New Mexico revoked their consent from their local government and took it back into their own hands to correct a major problem in the servant class.

Words matter.  We are not the problem ones here.  They are.

I am Chumbawamba.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:55 | 4757886 Seer
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It seems you'd disappeared for a while.  Perhaps I just was traveling on other paths here.  At any rate, from my perspective, welcome back.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 02:17 | 4757991 DontGive
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He's lurking in the shadows - along with the rest of us miscreants.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:16 | 4758260 insanelysane
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Probably enjoying the warmish weather and absolutely destroying the ZH technicals.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 06:57 | 4758145 BandGap
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I, for one, am buoyed by the fact that enough people got off their asses and did something. The largest of fires start with the smallest of sparks.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 18:14 | 4760783 rosiescenario
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Having been in my 20's during the Vietnam era, I agree with you that the big lies and duping of the public on a massive scale were started then....from the contrived "body counts" to the Gulf of Tonkin incident to Brown & Root profiteering (Haliburton and Cheney).


Back then the fear was the red menace, the domino theory, etc. Now we have massive "homeland sekurity" and Islamic terrorists are the 'danger'.


LBJ can be viewed as setting a new ever declining moral tone which has now culminated with the current D.C. leaders.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 06:23 | 4758117 negative rates
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We just call them cold states with bad economy's.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:10 | 4757817 813kml
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Reminds me of a late December night back in 1999.  I got pulled over around midnight just outside of Roswell because my U-Haul had expired tags.  Deputy Dawg gave me 20 questions and then decided to have me step out of the vehicle because he thought he smelled a hint of marijuana.  I consented to a search of the bags in the cab because I just wanted to be on my way, but Mr. Policeman still wasn't satisfied with tossing my belongings on the side of the road and decided to call in the K-9.

And so we waited an hour with me shivering in sub-freezing temps because I was wearing a T-shirt and the nice policeman wouldn't let me put on a coat that was lying five feet from me because he thought I might be "trying to hide contraband".  The whole time was spent listening to Deputy Dawg trying to coerce me into confessing to possession of a non-existent small amount of MJ or else he would be forced to throw the book at me.

The K-9 finally showed up and went in and out of the cab and around the truck and its genius handler thought he had a hit.  They asked to search the back and by this time I was pissed and literally ready to piss my pants (had been drinking a lot of coffee).  I unlocked the back of the 24 foot truck and told them to have at it.

They stared at my wall of shit for a few minutes (I'm a messy packer) and decided to let me go with a stern warning.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:20 | 4757830 Overfed
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Never, ever consent to a search. Ever. Make them fuckers get a warrant.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:58 | 4757844 813kml
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I was young and naive then, I hadn't had an encounter with aggressive cops before and had nothing to hide.  I was also on a tight schedule and thought everything would be quick and painless if I cooperated.  Things would play out much differently today, I would probably be shot for using one too many combinations of colorful language.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:47 | 4757956 chumbawamba
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I attribute this to a failure of public schooling and parenting.  The public schools we are all expected to attend should have prepared us to know how to defend our basic rights.  And our parents should have warned us and passed down the knowledge kept by their parents about our fundamental rights as Americans.

I take responsibility for myself and my children, and I will make sure they know the law.

I am Chumbawamba.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:15 | 4758257 sleigher
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The schools teach that they are the "authority" and that you must consent/submit.  I personally do everything I can to undo the programming my kids get at school.  I wish I could somehow afford a private school but I just don't have an extra $1500 per month.  I give my oldest reading assignments that have nothing to do with what he would otherwise be learning at school in an attempt to open his eyes before it is too late.  I think it is helping.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:18 | 4758270 insanelysane
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Ditto here as well.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 10:04 | 4758700 HardAssets
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OUTSTANDING for both of you, your kids, and (perhaps) for America's future !


This is what happened to American 'education':



Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:53 | 4760720 nc551
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In high school they had a program for a couple years called 'pennies for thomas' or something stupid that was collected in homeroom every morning.  All we really knew is that once enough money was made they would rescue a dog or something.  Well they finally got enough money and Thomas was rescued.  The next year they had that dog sniffing our backpacks once a month during random classroom searches.  Looking back it may have been voluntary but I can't imagine the hell you'd catch for standing up for your rights.  None of us even questioned our rights in that environment with the teachers showing us the way to lay over.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:58 | 4757892 thamnosma
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Pennsylania Supreme Court ruled a week or two ago that warrants are not necessary to search a car.  Google it.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:38 | 4757942 Buckaroo Banzai
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That's Pennsylvania. Doesn't apply in 49 states. Yet, at least.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 10:06 | 4758718 HardAssets
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Will u.s. 'supreme' court of govt lawyers in black dresses, hear a case and overthrow that PA ruling some day ?


I highly doubt it.

Nazi nation now.


But, I'm glad it's only in PA.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:15 | 4758259 sleigher
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Justices Rule Police Do Not Have a Constitutional Duty to Protect Someone
Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:59 | 4757893 Seer
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No search is possible if they can't catch you!

I had a habit of outrunning cops.  Was unprepared once and ended up getting ticketed: I was going so fast that the cop had to pack up the radar and go after me, otherwise I may still be locked up.  So I go to court and tell the judge I was checking the car out before I went to the dragstrip.  I'm honest to a fault...

Thu, 05/15/2014 - 13:54 | 4763303 MeelionDollerBogus
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You know they have helicopters and drones so you can't out-run them, right?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:25 | 4757926 Flagit
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This fucker only clicks once, no matter how hard i stomp.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:58 | 4757971 European American
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"Warrant"? I remember those...back in the 20th Century, I think it was.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:10 | 4757910 New World Chaos
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That cop probably saw your U-haul as a juicy target for highway robbery.  He was just itching for an excuse.  While moving with a U-Haul, I took a long detour towards Supai on the Grand Canyon.  Ended up on an Indian reservation out in the middle of nowhere.  Got an Indian cop on my tail almost immediately.  I drove with robotic perfection but after about 20 miles he pulled me over anyway for weaving.  Then he got into a lot of questions about what was in the van, why I had the van locked, what was worth stealing in there ("just my bike"), etc.  He left me alone shortly after I told him, in a nicer way, that I was on my way to start a  bigshot Federal Government job that he had no hope of understanding so he might as well not ask about it.  I am certain that if I hadn't said that, he would have robbed me of everything I owned and seeking any justice in Indian court would have been even more Kafkaesque and ultimately futile than seeking justice in Federal court.  Because that's how my ancestors treated his ancestors.  The gram of weed which I had forgotten about would have sealed my fate.

I have heard similar stories about Indian cops in NM.  Can't afford books for their kids but they can afford $50,000 SUVs for robbing whitey.  Oh well, at least they're not homicidal maniacs.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:21 | 4757920 El Vaquero
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A lot of the cops on the rez near me are whities.  Last time I got pulled over by one, it was because I had a license plate light out, and he was looking for an excuse to pull anybody so he could rack up a DWI arrest. 

Thu, 05/15/2014 - 13:52 | 4763296 MeelionDollerBogus
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That's all I need to know, to know the U.S.S.A. is a police-state I will never enter from this day forward.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:09 | 4757685 ACP
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Meh, I'll call it a rebellion when someone gets summarily convicted and strung up on the spot. Until that time, it's just a protest.

Chief Wiggum gets to go home, enjoy the fruits of his overbloated salary, and whatever happens to him, he'll no doubt get a fat pension when he leaves.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:19 | 4757828 kchrisc
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But I am sure that his name is on several lists.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:26 | 4757846 stormsailor
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maybe one of the belski brothers will pay him a visit.  like in the movie "defiant"

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:01 | 4757896 Seer
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"he'll no doubt get a fat pension when he leaves."

Sometimes endings don't always turn out how they're expected to.  The future ain't what the past used to be...

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:19 | 4760595 kchrisc
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"Fat pension" in dollars, that is. LOL

He'll end up impoverished like many Americans, except he will be walking destitute amongst his victims.


"The guillotine will see you now."

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:03 | 4757689 Blano
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Oh God not you again.


Wed, 05/14/2014 - 05:52 | 4758103 StandardDeviant
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Yes, really.  Should be some filters in place to automatically nuke this blog-pimping cretin and his list of sock-puppet accounts.  Please, don't anyone vote him up, no matter what tagline he uses.  Moron.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:11 | 4757819 Borrow Owl
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You may well be the first person that I've ever downvoted on ZeroHedge.

Just so you know:

Belaboring the obvious as a means of generating traffic to your sorry-assed website is a rather pathic ploy

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:04 | 4757905 Seer
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Didn't anyone ever warn you to not click on links connected to anyone with a name like "Mistress Raindrop?"

Your "sin" has been forgiven through the act of your community service here (warning others).

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 06:21 | 4758115 negative rates
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Don't drink in a bar with one off duty, his true emotions come out and he prolly is responsible for yellen being the new Fed head. In a donut shop he's prolly more comfortable and reasonable. 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:30 | 4758293 Nom de Guerre
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Go pimp your shitty blog in hell.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:05 | 4757692 Blano
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That cop didn't shoot first.  The 93 y/o woman fired her gun twice before she was shot.

It's not as cut and dry as you might think.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:24 | 4757740 Abitdodgie
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So let me get this straight you think it is justifiable for a 20 + Cop to shot a 93 year old woman because he feared for his life. in that case you are as f**king GAY as he is 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:33 | 4757754 Overfed
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Please go die in a fire.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:01 | 4757898 thamnosma
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It's true she fired her gun, but from what I've read, she fired into the ground.   No, he didn't just blow away some granny on her rocker but at first glance, his actions were precipitate.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 07:26 | 4758189 FredFlintstone
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Fired into the ground is what all reports say, but if I shoot at a target there is a good chance it will end up in the ground. Were the bullets in dirt 8 inches from HER foot or HIS foot?

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:37 | 4757758 Renewable Life
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What the cops and authoritarian loving types better get their heads around, is the same reality the Ukrainian police and military are facing there! Your outnumbered usually 10,000 to 1 on any given day on any given city and State in this world. When people finally have had enough, there's no firearm, APC or squad car that is going to save your life! It will be over that fast!

People in a civilized society, consent to be governed, period! When they no longer consent, there will be blood! And every police officer in America has family, wives, children, parents, grandparents, etc living in this Country, usually in the community they police!! This Country is racing down a very dangerous path at 150 MPH right now!! When shit gets real, all bets are off, this bitch will go medieval, just like every other place on this planet!! What amazing is how few gets it, New Mexico looks like it gave a pass to the chief and his crew that night, next week, next month, who knows how that ends?????

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:23 | 4757841 kchrisc
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Like I like to remind 'em, "Mind yur oath, your family depends on it."

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 09:20 | 4758431 HardAssets
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The fatal flaw of all parasite systems:


Such systems require that there be far more people victimized by the parasites (who live off of them),

thus one side is vastly outnumbered.


But the pole-lice don't recruit the types that did all that great in math.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 11:07 | 4759002 NihilistZero
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Read up on the Mexican vigilantes who evicted the local drug cartel.  Once it was safe the Federales came to take their guns.  They said "No".  Next thing you know they were being deputized.  The power remains for the people, they need only seize it.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:44 | 4757773 F0ster
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My guess is these killer cops will all get theirs when the SHTF. The people won't forget these murders.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:19 | 4757829 El Vaquero
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I think a lot of them will not show up for work when SHTF.  One of the reasons they swarm is because they are scared that they cannot control the situation without overwhelming force. 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:15 | 4757915 Seer
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I wouldn't want the job.  As a low-level trooper you're sent out there to protect the masters, to get placed into impossible situations.  I really like that police finally decided that it wasn't worth it to engage in high-speed chases; of course, lawsuits helped "adjust" their thinking, but the point here is that one has to really look at it along the lines of when it's really necessary to use deadly force.  There was an incident in a smaller city that I'd once lived in in which a cop (one?) essentially blocked some guy (drunk?) and the guy ran his car into this fence (chainlink I think) and was basically penned in.  The cop ended up shooting the guy.  I don't believe the guy had a gun.

I don't believe that all cops can kill someone and brush it off.  I think some of these events can haunt someone for the rest of their lives.  I detest the very notion of having to put people in that situation.

But as someone else commented, it's a culture thing, and if it seems like more than one or two people then it's the "leadership," and that "leadership" should get pinned down and forced to correct or be tossed out.

Oh, and now I se that in that city someone running for city council that wants to clean up the downtown, to make it safer (I'm getting old, I've heard this same old shit for WAAY too long now).  Was wanting to write in and say that that's not what is meant by "throw out the bums!"   Anyway, it's the same mentality- make the streets safe for the priviledged: until the time when they get overrun...

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:00 | 4758237 Mesquite
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Katrina was an interesting case study...

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 09:48 | 4758610 SilverDOG
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Those are the ones who need not wake up some morning, quietly.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:22 | 4757736 seek
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His avatar is actually from a blog about one woman's plastic surgery. The pics are from the third set of implants:

Scroll down to 2 Dec 2012, first pic on the left. Not 11x13 but larger, at least.


Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:24 | 4757742 CaptainObvious
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Thank you sir.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:02 | 4757794 Quus Ant
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Holy shiz that blog is insane.  I like a nice rack as much as the next horndog, but nothing is worth all that nonsense. 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:40 | 4757943 Seer
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Not going to look... We have enough fake shit in this world, that's one of the reasons why things are so fucked up...  Nothing was more disturbing to me than seeing a billboard in Manila advertizing whitening cream (a Filipina comments on this shit here:  I'm sure that people are aware that I find my wife to be extremely beautiful, well, it's not just my opinion, but to think of her trying to change her wonderful brown complexion (oh, she's Filipino) is total insanity, and, fortunately, she'd never think of it (she's modest and not vain at all).


Wed, 05/14/2014 - 03:20 | 4758030 flyingcaveman
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Should have stopped after the second boob job. 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 13:54 | 4759767 waterhorse
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Well, they aren't just like lightbulbs that you can pop in and out.  Capsular contracture and gravity will take their toll.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:07 | 4757808 Frankie Carbone
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Yes, it is. Sorry. No combat vets in the PD. Our rights as people are more important than their claim to a job. Too many military thinking cops and not enough peace officers.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 09:45 | 4758597 kill switch
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I'd kill to see an 11x13 blowup of that photo.


You must be A member of the APD!!!

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:36 | 4760668 Mr. Delicious
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no, Captain - it is most assuredly the military influence, I promise you.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:23 | 4757647 Shrike99
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But if they don't hire ex-military, who is going to have the experience necessary to drive all the MRAPs through the suburbs?

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:14 | 4757717 Andre
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The situation is worse than it appears, IMO

First, we have selected police being trained in Israel by the IDF, under OPERATION SWORD. This is not a joke or a fake.Think about Israeli treatment of Palestinians. I strongly suspect this is how the police think of us.

Next, there was a shooting incident where a female office knocked on a door for no obvious reason. The teenager asked who was there, got no answer, went and opened the door, and was promptly shot dead. "She was afraid for her life because she mistook the Wii controller for a gun". Sounds to me like the pistol was out and aimed, and whoever answered the door was going to die. This is similar to a gang initiation killing - "Do you have what it takes to BE ONE OF US?" This is a consistent concern about the escalating number of police homicides - are the killings for practice and/or psychological preparation?

Third, the bullet purchases. The whine "you don't practice with hollow point ammo" is pure bunk. Any thinking person practices with the duty round. That said, you don't get 1.6 billion rounds just for duty practice. That's a serious lot of killing they bought.

Fourth, the number of pets getting killed for no obvious reason. Again this seems like a planned, considered terrorist tactic, intended to cause anguish and feelings of helplessness in those so victimized, while limiting public outcry - "It was just a dog". A lot of people like their pets more than most people, but for others it is easy to underestimate the effect this has on the family.

Fifth, the consistent judicial and oversight support for these actions would indicate a substantial level of official support for these actions. The perpetrators are NEVER held to the same standard as civilians, and usually it's a 2-week paid vacation while the review board exonerates them.

It seems the people of Albuquerque have realized something - A wrongful death lawsuit does not bring back the wrongfully dead.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:03 | 4757788 New World Chaos
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Repost of old comment because I haven't seen mention of "stress payments" as being an inspiration for APD shootings.  Don't know if they still do this.  Probably.  Your comment is also interesting because the cops are toadying up to our despotic foreign overlords.

You can always trust the pigs to support the status quo no matter how evil it becomes.  They are always on the wrong side of history.  They oppose people-powered revolutions to the bitter end but will always be the first to support a junta or even an invasion, if the foreigners are more vicious.  The cops in Nazi-occupied France jumped at the chance to lick jackboots, crack skulls, crush souls, and send their brothers to the camps.  This is what they live for.  One of the main job requirements is a total lack of unity consciousness, very Us vs. Them, which prevents them from having any empathy at all.  And everyone is a crimminal except those who write and enforce the laws.  This is a fundamental axiom which must not be questioned.  Which is the reason for another job requirement- low IQ.

Here is an upper bound on how much your life is worth to big-city cops:  500 clownbux.  That's the "stress payment" which the Albuquerque PD started giving to officers who shot people.  Shootings surged by 400%!

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:24 | 4757925 Andre
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Very good point!

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:59 | 4757974 August
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>>>The whine "you don't practice with hollow point ammo" is pure bunk.

True.  The Feds certainly practice with high-quality hollowpoints.   At least the security force at Hanford Reservation does so, and in quantity.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 17:04 | 4760550 Overfed
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Hell yeah! When unka sugar is footin' the bill, ya' practice with the best ammo money can buy.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 11:08 | 4759006 Things that go bump
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Time for frontier justice since we can't get it from the system.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 09:51 | 4758628 Dead Man Walking
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an ex military guy would never have shot that camper. It was probably severe incompetence combined with the caffein from 2 or 3 16oz dunkin coffees that caused the blood rage shooting of that innocent man.

btw, I second the request for a blow up of your avatar.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:43 | 4757621 Miffed Microbio...
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Seems to me it's the reverse. The most power hungry sociopathic assholes of my acquaintance had an unusually strong predilection for law enforcement and politics.


Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:48 | 4757641 LetThemEatRand
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Perhaps I wasn't clear.  That's what I meant.   The militarization of the police requires the selection of sociopaths.  We're seeing the results all over the country.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:33 | 4757752 Anusocracy
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Government control of society selects for, and promotes the reproductive success of, psychopaths.

The alpha-males in nature are very prolific breeders - how many offspring did Genghis Khan have?

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:38 | 4757760 LetThemEatRand
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So does capitalism.  Survival of the fittest etc.  Big government is an extension of oligarchy.  Small government of the People is the enemy of oligarchy.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 23:45 | 4761579 Anusocracy
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No government is the enemy of psychopaths.

Government is their nurturer and their playground.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:02 | 4757798 Jugdish
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You are stretching very far a broad assumption that Genghis Khan was a psychopath. Un-founded. He killed and fucked as you would do given the power.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:08 | 4757812 Quus Ant
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You have a disturbingly twisted opinion of your fellow (hu)man. 

Keep an eye on this one, lads.  He's destined for great things.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 01:28 | 4757928 edotabin
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Political cereer?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 04:39 | 4758064 Socratic Dog
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It is irrelevant whether the Great Khan was a psychopath or not.  He was successful, from an evolutionary perspective.  One in 12 Chinese men seem to be his direct descendants.  Our petty opinions of his morality just do not matter.  Get over it.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 16:14 | 4759052 Things that go bump
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One in ten males in Mongolia alone are Gengis Khan's direct descendents in the male line. Worldwide it is calculated that one male in 100 is a direct descendent in the male line, a prince of the blood, if you will, from a line that has given the world 2 great conquorers (Tamerlane was descendent). Some of you are probably in that group all unknowing. He was a busy boy and so were his sons and their sons, etc. Like that Eve we see when we look in the mitochondrial DNA, one woman from whom we all sprung, someday in the distant future when we look in the Y chromosone we may see that old devil peeping out and laughing at us from across the millennia, father of us all. 

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:58 | 4757791 Amish Hacker
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Rand, it's not Serve and Protect, it's Observe and Collect.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 00:18 | 4757827 booboo
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In my local county they removed "To Protect and Serve" and replaced it with "Making a Difference" soon to be replaced by " What Diffence Does It Make" I suspect.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 12:50 | 4759524 Drop out
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Yes, they will protect and serve the shit out of your ass.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 07:26 | 4758190 Bangin7GramRocks
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Let's go back to calling them Peace Officers. Only a symbolic measure, but maybe some of these steroid pumped assholes will get a better understanding of their role in society.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 14:49 | 4759961 Drop out
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They will only think, or scream "rest in peace!".

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 08:58 | 4758350 HardAssets
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Police are selected with lower IQs than in the past.

How can human beings understand the Bill of Rights when most Americans do not read a single book of any substance once out of h.s. or college ?  This is likely even more applicable to police.

A republic requires an intelligent and informed citizenry.  That's why we lost ours.

If you or your kids spend hours watching mindless dribble on t.v., but haven't read & discussed American history, the founding principles, the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and overall U.S. Constitution (not leaving it up to the 'schools' to do) . . .

than You are part of the problem.

And your children's enslavement is on your head.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 18:15 | 4760788 Milestones
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This appears as good a place as any to interject an item that is going on in your newly adopted state Mike, Yup we talking about an ongoing situation going on right here in Grand Junction, Colorado. and has been for a couple of weeks, with large #'s of Sheriff's peoples and yes there are some militia involved from other states as well as locally. 

the Grand Junction hoe down has a real possiblity of blowing up over the fact that one gengleman, fed up woth the law persons and the courts, demanded that the sheriff arrest 4 Judges for not being in compliance with the U. S. Constitution amoung other picadillos. 

Needless to say this did not sit well with TPTB over here on the wesrern slope of this state. Furthere, needless to say the Grand Junction daily sentiental has not seen fit to mention this little item to the people other than a (kauff) slight Boo Hoo.

Some of the people were at the Bundy Ranch that are involved in this episode.

Why the U.S. government see it is in their best interests to piss off everyone (damn near) out here in the west is beyond me. These are some of the most heavly,anti government and by in large have next to no use for them armed folkks in D.C.

Mike, if you'd like to follow up on this I''ll be only too happy to send you some info. and some live commentary.                    Milestones

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:37 | 4757588 ebworthen
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The Liberals as just as eager to oppress the populace.

Don't forget that the Nazi's were the "National Socialist German Workers' Party".

The Constitution is quite direct and straightforward; neither party recognizes it nor enforces it.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:39 | 4757595 LetThemEatRand
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There are very few liberals or conservatives in mainstream politics.  Certainly not on the national level.  They use the tribal identifier, but that's about it.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:43 | 4757620 Chandos
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It took all of four entries for «the nazis» to be mentioned....I think you guys can do better... \sarc\

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:49 | 4757646 LetThemEatRand
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If the jack boot fits.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 09:23 | 4758467 HardAssets
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Someday saying "Nazi" may very well be considered 'hate speech' . . .


What a fukin' (Nazi) country

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:01 | 4757680 NidStyles
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Oh look a scoialist that is offended by the truth, go fuck yourself you pos.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 23:38 | 4757763 Anusocracy
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The "Nazis" are the cultural descendants of the "Commies".

The hunter-gatherers begot the settlement folk.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 11:44 | 4759171 Things that go bump
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In the spectrum of isms, fascism is on the far right, where business owns the state. Communism is on the far left. where the state owns all business. I understand that you would prefer to think of all evils as on the left, but like the Catholic Church advises, moderation is best in all things. Excess leads to an occasion of sin. We can hardly have an intelligent discussion unless we understand the terms we are throwing around. The Nazi's party name was intended to deceive. There was nothing in the least socialist about them and they preferred their workers to be anyone besides them and enslaved.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 13:57 | 4759786 waterhorse
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I was surprised that authoritarianism can also be on the left, mostly you see the shining examples on the right.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 15:28 | 4759809 Things that go bump
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Left or right, there is plenty of blame to go around, if assignment of blame is required. It does concern me that so many are so ill-educated that they don't understand the end result of the politics they endorse. Besides that, the populace at large has been deeply indoctrinated for many years to lean heavily towards the right and they're ripe for the takeover that's been happening in incremental steps for a long time. The Rockefellers et al must be pleased. Their slow and careful work over the years is paying off big. We are already required to present proof of identity on many occasions; when you travel, when you seek medical or dental attention, when you apply for a job, when you transact nearly any business - the mark of the beast for you Christians out there. My daughter married and to change her social security number into her married name she is required to give her parents' names and social security numbers.  It all echos of the 3rd Reich. I'm surprised they didn't ask her if any of her grandparents or great grandparents were Jewish, though I think the internal enemy will be some other group this time around. When I called CenturyLink to get internet connection when we moved, when asked for my social security number I gave them a number that was off. They knew I was mistaken at once, so they are tied into the government computers to the extent that they have access to your social security numbers, a marriage of business and government. 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 15:34 | 4760190 waterhorse
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When I called CenturyLink to get internet connection when we moved, when asked for my social security number I gave them a number that was off."


That's because the bastards probably pulled your credit without telling you.  Comcast pulled that on me and I raised holy hell.  Not only did I get the impermissible and unauthorized inquiry deleted, I replaced them as service provider.  Yes, the "marriage" of business and government is certainly an unholy alliance.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:38 | 4757591 Spumoni
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Its a contagion. Miami cops spent 350+ rounds to kill two guys, yesterday, I think? Shot up a whole neighborhood in broad daylight. Stories like this keep popping up. First its pepper spray and batons on non-violent protesters. Now its bullets. I can't count the number of times I have heard policemen say that they are not allowed to interpret the law, that they only asnwer complaints and let the courts sort it out. Looks like that is a thing of the past. 

I wouldn't worry so much about how few people are paying attention, except that history (in my estimation) is more full of examples of rogue police actions than any other single type of event. One wonders...what are the cops so afraid of? 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 11:53 | 4759239 Things that go bump
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They're afraid of us and rightly so.

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 05:01 | 4758079 A Nanny Moose
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Why? Is there some alternative you had in mind?

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 09:33 | 4758522 JRobby
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He really took the memo seriously! It's VEILED POLICE STATE. Saving the SS stuff until further orders from NWO. 

Wed, 05/14/2014 - 19:21 | 4761022 Sorry_about_Dresden
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We should force our legislators to pas law requiring urine testing for illicit steroids for a police, then fire those who fail. 

There! Problem solved.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:23 | 4757555 Omegaman2211
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Fuck government. Fuck police.

Tue, 05/13/2014 - 22:26 | 4757560 Truther
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