Government: Lethally Enforcing “Public” Funding of Common Thieves, “Legally” Empowered to Rob Us “For Our Own Safety”

I originally posted the following information and commentary upon my Facebook wall…

Police Chief, Mike De Nardo

Police Chief, Mike De Nardo

Mississippi Police Chief Kills Self Amid Federal Asset Forfeiture Investigation:
http://reason.com/blog/2016/09/09/mississippi-police-chief-kills-self-amid

() Mike De Nardo, the police chief for Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, apparently turned his gun on himself and committed suicide Thursday, not long after being relieved of his duties over an outside investigation.

According to the Sun Herald, De Nardo was being escorted from the police station by a pair of Hancock County deputies. Witnesses said a commotion broke out in the parking lot, and De Nardo shot himself. He was apparently alive and even conscious while heading to a hospital, where he died.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: But, without government, how would we lethally enforce the “public” funding of common thieves, “legally” empowered to rob us blind “for our own safety”?

American Cops Now Steal More Property than All US Burglars Combined:
http://thefreethoughtproject.com/american-cops-steal-property-burglars-combined/

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