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October 04, 2016, 03:23:04 AM
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Uhm.  I do not know but it seems like that. Grin  US cops are becoming the headlines nowadays.  Their favorite victims were the black people.  They judging people based on their colors or looks.  But not all police were like that.  I still see more good cops on the news. 

ISIS were the evil of all evil.  They kill for money so I think US cops were nothing evil compared to them.

Cops get paid. When they kill, they do it for the fun of it.    Cool
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October 04, 2016, 03:39:19 AM
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Uhm.  I do not know but it seems like that. Grin  US cops are becoming the headlines nowadays.  Their favorite victims were the black people.  They judging people based on their colors or looks.  But not all police were like that.  I still see more good cops on the news. 

ISIS were the evil of all evil.  They kill for money so I think US cops were nothing evil compared to them.

The US is very big country. If you search local news, there's never a shortage of situations of all kinds. When you see something like Cops shooting a black person continously in the media, it's because they are trying to push those kinds of story, where in other times they would have just gotten local coverage, rather than national.

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October 04, 2016, 09:12:40 AM
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Uhm.  I do not know but it seems like that. Grin  US cops are becoming the headlines nowadays.  Their favorite victims were the black people.  They judging people based on their colors or looks.  But not all police were like that.  I still see more good cops on the news. 

ISIS were the evil of all evil.  They kill for money so I think US cops were nothing evil compared to them.

The US is very big country. If you search local news, there's never a shortage of situations of all kinds. When you see something like Cops shooting a black person continously in the media, it's because they are trying to push those kinds of story, where in other times they would have just gotten local coverage, rather than national.
Media always pushes this type of stories because it sells. It's entertainment only. If you want to know about a country get into the government, not media  Smiley

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October 17, 2016, 11:35:40 PM
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Dallas Cops Retire In Droves





The Dallas police and firefighters pension fund has just 45% of the money it needs to cover benefits. The fund rates to be out of money in 15 years at the current rate of withdrawals.

For those eligible, the sane thing to do is retire and take a lump sum payout before the money is all gone.

That's precisely what's happening, and it is further pressuring the system.



Read more at http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-17/dallas-cops-retire-droves-take-lump-sum-pensions-fearing-money-isnt-there-and-it-isn.


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October 18, 2016, 06:44:04 AM
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ISIS is nothing compared to the US corrupted government. if they weren't everywhere in the world making trouble and firing up conflicts mostly none of the todays terrorist organisations wouldn't exist. Don't blame the cops, blame the government for doing a very,very poor job.
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October 18, 2016, 07:24:11 AM
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ISIS is nothing compared to the US corrupted government. if they weren't everywhere in the world making trouble and firing up conflicts mostly none of the todays terrorist organisations wouldn't exist. Don't blame the cops, blame the government for doing a very,very poor job.

Cops, the American arm of the corrupt government.    Cool

EDIT: If there were no cops or military, the corrupt government wouldn't have the strength to do anything.
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October 18, 2016, 01:24:29 PM
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ISIS is nothing compared to the US corrupted government. if they weren't everywhere in the world making trouble and firing up conflicts mostly none of the todays terrorist organisations wouldn't exist. Don't blame the cops, blame the government for doing a very,very poor job.

Cops, the American arm of the corrupt government.    Cool

EDIT: If there were no cops or military, the corrupt government wouldn't have the strength to do anything.
Governments control banks to some extend. I wouldn't necessarily agree with that statement. You're quite a pessimist about the government. I think comparing ISIS to  government is like comparing Chernobyl to Disneyland. It doesn't make sense, at all.

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October 18, 2016, 01:48:24 PM
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ISIS is nothing compared to the US corrupted government. if they weren't everywhere in the world making trouble and firing up conflicts mostly none of the todays terrorist organisations wouldn't exist. Don't blame the cops, blame the government for doing a very,very poor job.

Cops, the American arm of the corrupt government.    Cool

EDIT: If there were no cops or military, the corrupt government wouldn't have the strength to do anything.
Governments control banks to some extend. I wouldn't necessarily agree with that statement. You're quite a pessimist about the government. I think comparing ISIS to  government is like comparing Chernobyl to Disneyland. It doesn't make sense, at all.


What? You haven't seen all the info that shows that the U.S. is supporting ISIS? Google "U.S. supports ISIS" and look through several pages. You will find lots of info on how the U.S. is supporting ISIS. Even Ron Paul has shown us that this is so - http://www.ronpaul.com/2015-08-08/us-intelligence-confirms-us-support-for-isis/. So why would anybody think that government is not trying to do something similar in America? One major reason it isn't working here is that common law can overthrow government here, and government doesn't want us to get the idea of how to use common law correctly.

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December 16, 2016, 04:29:48 PM
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VICTORY! State Disbands Cops Who Robbed Innocent People's Life Savings, Victims Reimbursed





One of the worst states engaging in civil asset forfeiture, better known as "policing for profit," suffered a blow in its campaign to rob innocent people of their cash and assets. After withering criticism and a lawsuit it couldn't win, Iowa's "Drug Interdiction Team" was disbanded on December 6.

"The so-called "interdiction" unit's key focus was to stop vehicles traveling along Interstate Highway 80 suspected of being involved in drugs or other crimes. It was a part of the Iowa Department of Public Safety and had become a target in recent years from critics who alleged the team used unconstitutional practices to seize private property for law enforcement profits."

This special group of State Troopers used every trick in the book to engage in warrantless searches of people's vehicles, after pulling them over for minor "offenses" like failure to use a turn signal. Using flimsy excuses such as a dirty car, the odor of air freshener, or fidgeting, the cops would ransack vehicles in hopes of finding any amount of suspected drugs or paraphernalia.

The cops would then make up suspicions about "criminal activity" and use Iowa's broad civil asset forfeiture laws to seize cash, assets and vehicles of the occupants – with no charge or proof of a crime. Even if no charges are filed or the person is found innocent, he or she must prove to a court they obtained their cash or property legally, incurring attorney and court fees.

Using these devious methods, Iowa law enforcement has raked in more than $55 million in cash since 1985 and 4,200 vehicles since 1991. It's entirely unknown how much the cops took in other valuables such as guns, jewelry, furniture and artwork, as no records are kept for those items.

The Des Moines Register began exposing Iowa's egregious use of civil asset forfeiture after a 2013 incident. Two California gamblers were traveling through Iowa with $100,000 in cash, and were pulled over for allegedly not using a turn signal. Having a California license plate, this was a golden opportunity for the "interdiction" team.

The cops used alleged "fidgeting and nervousness" to justify their search, which found a small bit of cannabis. It didn't matter than both the men had California medical cannabis cards. After arguing the search was illegal, $90,000 was returned to the men, who filed a federal civil lawsuit in 2014 for damages, stating "the troopers had no probable cause to detain the men for a search of their vehicle and that officers had been taught improper techniques for justifying the search."

Iowa settled the case by awarding the men an additional $60,000, on the same day it disbanded the Drug Interdiction Team.

"The true importance of this lawsuit was that it forced the state of Iowa to re-examine its decades-long practice of pushing the constitutional boundaries of the state's civil asset forfeiture law and to disband the Iowa Drug Interdiction Team," said Glen Downey, attorney for the gamblers.


Read more and check the links at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/state-disbands-forfeiture-team-of-cops-robbing-motorists-reimburses-innocent-victims/.


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December 16, 2016, 06:44:03 PM
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Governments control banks to some extend. I wouldn't necessarily agree with that statement. You're quite a pessimist about the government. I think comparing ISIS to  government is like comparing Chernobyl to Disneyland. It doesn't make sense, at all.

There can by only two reasons to make such a statement (that ISIS is equivalent to the US cops). The first one may be a complete ignorance of what the ISIS is, and what sort of atrocities and barbarities they are capable of. The second reason may be a desperate attempt to whitewash the ISIS atrocities, by comparing them with the cops.


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December 16, 2016, 08:09:28 PM
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Governments control banks to some extend. I wouldn't necessarily agree with that statement. You're quite a pessimist about the government. I think comparing ISIS to  government is like comparing Chernobyl to Disneyland. It doesn't make sense, at all.

There can by only two reasons to make such a statement (that ISIS is equivalent to the US cops). The first one may be a complete ignorance of what the ISIS is, and what sort of atrocities and barbarities they are capable of. The second reason may be a desperate attempt to whitewash the ISIS atrocities, by comparing them with the cops.


There is at least one reason that is a third reason. It is to show that cops are becoming as bad as ISIS, so that we wake up to our rights, and stop it while it is easy to stop.


Precedent Set -- Man Found Not Guilty for Shooting 3 Cops During No-Knock Raid






Corpus Christi, TX — Ray Rosas is a free man tonight after a jury of his peers found him not guilty of shooting three Corpus Christi police officers on February 19, 2015. On that day, early in the morning, CCPD executed a no-knock search warrant, forcing entry into the home without first knocking and announcing they were the police.

A flash bang grenade was fired into Rosas' bedroom, reportedly stunning the 47-year-old, who then opened fire on the intruders. Three officers were wounded; officers Steven Ruebelmann, Steven Brown, and Andrew Jordan. Police were looking for drugs and Rosas' nephew, who they suspected to be a dealer. However, the unnamed nephew was not home at the time of the raid.

Rosas spent nearly 2 years in jail awaiting trial, which concluded Tuesday with a Nueces County jury finding him not guilty. Rosas' defense maintained, based on statements he made immediately following the shooting and later in jail that he did not know the men breaking into his home were police officers and there was no way he could've known, having been disoriented by the flash-bang stun grenade. "The case is so easy, this is a self-defense case," said Rosas' lawyer in closing arguments.

Rosas originally faced three counts of attempted capital murder, but the prosecution dropped those charges just before the trial began, opting instead to try him for three counts of aggravated assault on the police officers. The jury sided with his defense attorney's argument he had a right to defend his home and found him not guilty on all charges.


Read more, and click the links, at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/no-knock-raid-exonerated-shooting-cops/.


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December 17, 2016, 05:51:31 AM
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What really caused Philando Castile and Diamond "Lavish" Reynolds to be pulled over? Well it wasn't because of a busted tail light as she stated several times, he matched the description of a robbery suspect . The media put out a false narrative and innocent people have DIED because of LIES and the media pushing their agenda instead of getting FACTS
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December 17, 2016, 06:57:23 PM
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Governments control banks to some extend. I wouldn't necessarily agree with that statement. You're quite a pessimist about the government. I think comparing ISIS to  government is like comparing Chernobyl to Disneyland. It doesn't make sense, at all.

There can by only two reasons to make such a statement (that ISIS is equivalent to the US cops). The first one may be a complete ignorance of what the ISIS is, and what sort of atrocities and barbarities they are capable of. The second reason may be a desperate attempt to whitewash the ISIS atrocities, by comparing them with the cops.

If both things results in the same thing then i could probably say that there is really no difference at all. Now in this case if they both kill innocent people then this makes sense at all. I am not familiar on the US corps tho.

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Governments control banks to some extend. I wouldn't necessarily agree with that statement. You're quite a pessimist about the government. I think comparing ISIS to  government is like comparing Chernobyl to Disneyland. It doesn't make sense, at all.

There can by only two reasons to make such a statement (that ISIS is equivalent to the US cops). The first one may be a complete ignorance of what the ISIS is, and what sort of atrocities and barbarities they are capable of. The second reason may be a desperate attempt to whitewash the ISIS atrocities, by comparing them with the cops.

If both things results in the same thing then i could probably say that there is really no difference at all. Now in this case if they both kill innocent people then this makes sense at all. I am not familiar on the US corps tho.

Google "police brutality" for starters.    Cool
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Two Entire Police Depts Shut Down During FBI Raids Over Massive DEA Drug Ring Conspiracy





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Tangipahoa Parish, LA — A massive raid was carried out by the FBI on Thursday of  Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office and the Hammond Police Department. The raids were part of a year-long investigation into a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency task force accused of a massive conspiracy to rob drug dealers and profit from selling the stolen narcotics.

According to the Advocate, two former members of the New Orleans-based task force — both of whom worked for the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office — are facing federal charges, and one pleaded guilty earlier this year to state drug conspiracy charges.

During the raids on Thursday, both departments were completely shut down as FBI agents seized computers, cellphones and case files. The raids involved an earlier investigation the Free Thought Project reported on in March.

After Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office Deputy and DEA task force member Johnny Domingue took a plea deal and began rolling over on his co-conspirators, the FBI has nabbed more crooked cops.

Before he started selling out his fellow criminal DEA cops, Domingue acknowledged that drugs had been stolen "with the dual purpose of ingesting them and selling them for profit." He also admitted to selling cocaine that had been stored in evidence bags at the DEA's office in Metairie.

During the raid on Dominque's house in January, authorities found a whopping 300 grams of cocaine hydrochloride, oxycodone pills, methadone, Xanax and "a voluminous number of manila envelopes that contained additional prescription medications," according to court documents.


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December 18, 2016, 04:03:59 PM
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If both things results in the same thing then i could probably say that there is really no difference at all. Now in this case if they both kill innocent people then this makes sense at all. I am not familiar on the US corps tho.

It is just propaganda. I don't think that the American cops kill innocent people without any reason. And it is not race related, in my opinion. A lot of whites get killed every year as well.

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Elderly Man Mauled As Police Sic K9 on Him for Rescuing His Neighbor's Cat





While rescuing his neighbor's cat from a construction area, retired sound engineer, Richard May, 64, was attacked, brought to the ground, viciously mauled by a k9, and then arrested by a sadistic officer who would photograph his kill. May is in court this week attempting to seek justice for that horrific evening involving a deputy and his dog with the San Mateo County Sheriff's Department.

On the night of January 1, 2015, May was conducting, what he thought to be, a good deed. He was helping his 73-year-old neighbor, Sharon Coster, rescue her cat, Domino who'd climbed up construction scaffolding on an unfinished building next door.

As May was climbing up the scaffolding to retrieve the black and white cat, he recalls the K9 biting into his right leg. During this week's trial, May recalled to the eight-member jury that the bite was "extremely painful."


Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/elderly-man-mauled-as-police-sic-k9-on-him-for-rescuing-his-neighbors-cat/.


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June 11, 2017, 01:12:35 PM
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Elderly Man Mauled As Police Sic K9 on Him for Rescuing His Neighbor's Cat





While rescuing his neighbor's cat from a construction area, retired sound engineer, Richard May, 64, was attacked, brought to the ground, viciously mauled by a k9, and then arrested by a sadistic officer who would photograph his kill. May is in court this week attempting to seek justice for that horrific evening involving a deputy and his dog with the San Mateo County Sheriff's Department.

On the night of January 1, 2015, May was conducting, what he thought to be, a good deed. He was helping his 73-year-old neighbor, Sharon Coster, rescue her cat, Domino who'd climbed up construction scaffolding on an unfinished building next door.

As May was climbing up the scaffolding to retrieve the black and white cat, he recalls the K9 biting into his right leg. During this week's trial, May recalled to the eight-member jury that the bite was "extremely painful."


Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/elderly-man-mauled-as-police-sic-k9-on-him-for-rescuing-his-neighbors-cat/.


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And our police state has enhanced powers under the current administration.

Let me add to the clusterfuck that is modern policing theory in America:

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Burning-Man-Beaten-Police-Officers-Jersey-City-Chase-Was-Innocent-Bystander-427098313.html

An innocent man was beaten by cops after a police chase and shooting that ended in a fiery crash in Jersey City Sunday night, prosecutors say.
The man seen on video being kicked by officers on Tonnelle Avenue turned out to be a bystander who suffered burns in the crash -- not the driver that police officers were pursuing, according to the Hudson County prosecutor's office.
"Our investigators have reviewed the video and we believe with certainty that this man is the bystander from West New York who suffered burns, not Leo Pinkston, the individual pursued by police," said a spokesman for the prosecutor's office.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop says he wants the officers fired.


Be careful guys. This isn't the community policing that our parents grew up with, this is an entirely different beast. And my parents were Black, in Louisiana, during the 60s. That should speak volumes.
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June 11, 2017, 01:44:59 PM
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Elderly Man Mauled As Police Sic K9 on Him for Rescuing His Neighbor's Cat





While rescuing his neighbor's cat from a construction area, retired sound engineer, Richard May, 64, was attacked, brought to the ground, viciously mauled by a k9, and then arrested by a sadistic officer who would photograph his kill. May is in court this week attempting to seek justice for that horrific evening involving a deputy and his dog with the San Mateo County Sheriff's Department.

On the night of January 1, 2015, May was conducting, what he thought to be, a good deed. He was helping his 73-year-old neighbor, Sharon Coster, rescue her cat, Domino who'd climbed up construction scaffolding on an unfinished building next door.

As May was climbing up the scaffolding to retrieve the black and white cat, he recalls the K9 biting into his right leg. During this week's trial, May recalled to the eight-member jury that the bite was "extremely painful."


Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/elderly-man-mauled-as-police-sic-k9-on-him-for-rescuing-his-neighbors-cat/.


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And our police state has enhanced powers under the current administration.

Let me add to the clusterfuck that is modern policing theory in America:

http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Burning-Man-Beaten-Police-Officers-Jersey-City-Chase-Was-Innocent-Bystander-427098313.html

An innocent man was beaten by cops after a police chase and shooting that ended in a fiery crash in Jersey City Sunday night, prosecutors say.
The man seen on video being kicked by officers on Tonnelle Avenue turned out to be a bystander who suffered burns in the crash -- not the driver that police officers were pursuing, according to the Hudson County prosecutor's office.
"Our investigators have reviewed the video and we believe with certainty that this man is the bystander from West New York who suffered burns, not Leo Pinkston, the individual pursued by police," said a spokesman for the prosecutor's office.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop says he wants the officers fired.


Be careful guys. This isn't the community policing that our parents grew up with, this is an entirely different beast. And my parents were Black, in Louisiana, during the 60s. That should speak volumes.

Three or Four decades ago, some people started finding out what the law really was. But they didn't quite go far enough.

When they started representing themselves in court, their wins became so popular that many people started using their methods. This clogged the courts with cases. The judges fell back on the one thing that they could use to overcome these pro se/sui juris/propria persona people. They fell back on the fact that most of these people had entered into the judge's jurisdiction, and so the judge could rule however he felt. He could even direct the jury on how it must rule.

Because of this, the "patriots" (as they were called) started losing cases, until the government started becoming the dictator it is today.

Here is the thing that many of the patriots lacked in their understanding. It is extremely simple. It works like this. You file a claim, in a court of record, present (not represented at all in any way). That's it. When you know how the law works, a court of record is between two human beings and the jury. The judge is a referee, only. Or, if you make the judge to be your literal judge rather than the jury, he has to judge according to the clear law.

Google and Youtube search on "Karl Lentz common law." Look at http://voidjudgments.com/ and http://1215.org/. Do it Karl Lentz's way.

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June 11, 2017, 05:32:50 PM
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Mostly to black people that is, we have seen so much police brutality as if we were still in the 1960's and all of these things happened during the tenure of a black President who cared nothing about his own people being killed and only made speeches about the whole thing. Such an incompetent man.



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