(Tom Boggioni) Appearing on CNN, a former U.S. Marshals director questioned a Brazilian guard’s actions after getting into a scuffle with four U.S. Olympic swimmers, suggesting that pulling a gun on a suspect or a criminal is not something that happens in the U.S.
The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family…
Genaire: I’m here in OREGON. Passing by the highway patrol in their new mustang and I have to ask why do these pigs need two door vehicles? Do they plan to kill their victims right on the highway and call the coroner for transport?
Morgan S.: they do. at the tax payers expense. like they need mustangs and Lamborghini’s and Lav’s all at the tax dollar.
Rayn: Remember when I reflexively guessed that “civil forfeiture” was behind this “phenomenon” when we discussed it on the phone, earlier today, Genaire?:
From the article: “a Washington Post investigation this weekend revealed that law enforcement in Oregon since 2001 got to keep $1.9 million in cash seized by police under ***A FEDERAL PROGRAM THAT ALLOWS FOR FORFEITURE WITHOUT A CRIMINAL CHARGE OR WARRANT.”**** (emphasis mine)
Cops are career criminals, plain and simple! They rob, rape and murder their way through life under “color of law,” and we, the tax-slaves, pay them for the privilege…
“People are bad, so we need a government made up of people are bad, so we need a government made up of people are bad, so we need a government made up of…”
As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Government Sucks,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…
“‘Just Doing Their Job’ Fallacy #252: ‘Every profession has bad apples, not all cops are bad…’ False. Here is why: Law Enforcement is the only ‘profession’ that claims the right to initiate violence on peaceful people who have harmed no one else. Law Enforcement is forcibly subsidized by the tax payer regardless of quality of ‘service’ or lack of oversight to the community. Law enforcement has zero accountability within the court system & is plagued with a code of silence, corruption and cover ups.”
My Commentary: I’ll see your collectivism, and raise you an original thought!
(Keegan Kyle) Southern California law enforcement agencies failed to report 66 fatal police shootings to state authorities from 2007 through 2011, the latest year available. The name of each agency involved in the shooting, the name of the person killed and the date follow. Agencies aren’t necessarily required to report their own shootings under California law, and officials sometimes debate responsibility for reporting.