Belief That Police Are “Public Servants,” Keeping “Law and Order” Indicates a Severe, Almost-Completely-Irreversible Case of Stockholm Syndrome

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

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief, Kerr Putney

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief, Kerr Putney

Charlotte Police Chief Will Not Release Bodycam Video of Keith Scott Shooting Because of State Law (That Doesn’t Even Go Into Effect Until Oct. 1):
http://thegrio.com/2016/09/22/cop-refuses-release-bodycam-video-keith-scott/

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney is refusing to release the bodycam video footage of the death of Keith Scott.

The announcement came just moments after Mayor Jennifer Roberts promised that there would be transparency in the case.

Putney claimed that he could not release the video footage because of a state law that requires a court order for such video to be released.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: If you still believe these are “public servants,” keeping “law and order,” you have a severe, almost-completely-irreversible case of Stockholm Syndrome! Keep licking those boots, and eating that dust, my friend!

For those who still have a moral compass left in all of this madness, please take that final, courageous step towards the peace and justice of true freedom, and Vacate The State! “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery”! Your soul will thank you, and love you back, when you no longer have to justify the things that offend it, most.

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