American cops are becoming more militant and nothing good can come of it.
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Wild Bill, as usual, is right on target. As a fellow veteran of law enforcement. Tea Party Patriot and American, I agree. I caution those who wish to attach an Alex Jones conspiracy to this to relent. I believe that there is less chance of Obama mobilizing a nationalized "Hitler Force" against the citizenry than a Patriotic armed forces taking over government (military coup). Some in higher places are bound to sift through all of the "unlawful" orders.
Well Bill I like your Video's, Educational, and to the point. Thanks Dawn Denniston!
I have been interested for a while with this 'bad cop' issue. I think we might all be over looking an obvious link to this problem. Unions, almost every cop in the country is a union member. Who gave millions to Obutthole? Unions! Who protects the 'bad cops' from getting fired? Unions! Who doesn't want the public to be armed or exercise their rights? Unions! So, I see the issue as being a union problem. Which is easier to solve if proper force is exerted. Think about it, it makes sense.
By now ALL Patriots should be members of their local ghost busters... when agent orange comes knocking it will be too late!
The bad cops rising are some say Obama's new army. Remember he needs one and giving federal money to city and state cops ensures they will do his dirty work. At least those that don't care about this country.
Good God bill hit it right on the nose,And if cops our missbehaveing and you feel for your life you have a right to take them out, it's getting way out of hand and they are PEACE OFFICERS and had better start cleaning up their ranks and start acting like Peace officers no more battel dress.
KINGMAN — Two women who were sexually assaulted by a former sheriff’s office detention officer in Mohave Valley filed a civil complaint in federal court against the former officer, Mohave County and the sheriff.The complaint filed in U.S. District Court of Arizona seeks damages against the county, Sheriff Tom Sheahan, Jail Commander Bruce Brown and former detention officer Shannon Correll. The lawsuit was brought to address the treatment of female inmates at the sheriff’s office District II substation in Mohave Valley.Correll, 25, pleaded guilty May 16 to unlawful sexual contact after he exposed himself and assaulted a female inmate in a shed on July 6, 2012, at the Mohave Valley substation. He was sentenced to 18 months in state prison.That sentence runs consecutive to another 18-month prison sentence he received May 10 after he pleaded guilty in February to unlawful sexual contact in another case, in which he improperly touched another female inmate Aug. 4, 2012, also in a shed at the Mohave Valley substation.
Correll was arrested Aug. 20, 2012, at his Bullhead City home and fired from his job the next day. He had been a detention officer for about a year.In count one of the civil complaint, the two women claim they were subjected to illegal search and seizure by Correll. Counts two and three state that Correll committed unlawful sexual conduct with the two women. Count four is based on equal protection since Correll subjected the women to a strip search but not male inmates, the complaint states.Count five claims that Sheahan, Brown and Mohave County caused the violation of the women’s rights by failing to supervise Correll, allowing him to violate female inmates’ rights by conducting illegal strip searches.Count six charges assault and battery against Correll. Count seven states that Correll inflicted emotional distress against the women and count eight claims invasion of privacy by Correll’s assaults on the women, according to the complaint.The claim, filed by the women’s attorney, Lee Phillips of Flagstaff, asks for compensation damages against the defendants and punitive damages against Correll and Brown. The claim is that Mohave County housed female inmates without adequate or proper facilities and staff to protect female inmates at the Mohave Valley substation.
Dr. Gene Sanders: Most LEO begin with great ideas and hopes for being able to change the system, but like most other occupations, where most of the people you meet in your every day travels are assholes, you tend to make the wrong changes and become the enemy.
There is no oversight on these Paramilitary Police Forces and the people they are supposed to protect have become the opposition. As in Vietnam, our military became addicted to adrenalin from the 24 hours of stress, everyday, the Paramilitary bunch is becoming, or has become, addicted to the "crash & bash" psychotic behavior and will continue until they are stopped. They, the Para LEOs, have created the very thing they are supposed to protect the civilians from, and they will regret every second of it.
Let me pose a situation for you and I think you will understand: I am 70 years old, ex (by some 40 years) LEO. I have lost my hearing, like so many others, from the constant time on the range when hearing protectors was the subject of jokes. Needless to say that I have a severe hearing loss without my hearing aids, that reside on the bedside table. I am on medication that causes me to sleep very deeply. I have a 48 year old daughter living in my house that has her own set of problems, and neither of us is able to hear the doorbell, if one would try to wake us up.
Given the above, if I am woken, suddenly, by someone entry-bashing the door and the alarm going off, I will be positioned in the hallway to take on all comers with a full load of 12 gauge Sabot ammo. Would it be a mistake? I don't think so, at least on my part. I will probably die protecting my daughter but I will guarantee that there will be a number of the intruders that will go with me.
Remember, The most dangerous man in the World is one that has nothing left to live for.
To: Dr. Gene Saunders.
I'm not sure what country you live in, but here in Florida and other states that I have had to live or travel in have both State Troopers and Local Sheriff departments that have absolutely no respect for their citizens.
I am fortunate. I know my Sheriff personally and am a member of the Sheriff Volunteer Unit so I have a pretty good idea of what is going on. However, I was stopped last year by a State Trooper who said I was speeding. I don/t know if he was correct or not so I will not contest that, but he told me to get out of my car which I did without protest. I spoke to him cordially but he started to get really nasty. I am 68 years old and not ready to take on a twenty something in good condition. When he attempted to put me in handcuffs, my wife, who he didn't know was in the car, protested. I told him that I was armed and that I didn't want any trouble so I would gladly follow him to his headquarters. He refused, wrote me a ticket and left. When I went into the Secretary of the Court's office the next day to have a court date set for a hearing on the ticket I was told that this officer was in the county jail for sodomizing an elderly person that he had stopped for speeding, handcuffed and assaulted.
I have to disagree with you that the police act only in the best interest of the public. There is no reason to hide your face, wear military attire (excluding protective vests) or storm in screaming in the middle of the night in a residential neighborhood. All that this kind of action will do is raise the level of tension between the citizens and the police, increase the amount of distrust of the police by the citizens and make any entry more dangerous because the home owners will fight back against a home invasion. If the police are not in their official (not military) uniforms, how is a sleepy, apprehensive and startled homeowner going to know that these people are police officers?
By the way, I am a former Federal Enforcement Officer and also have a PhD.
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