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Old 01.25.2011, 10:50 AM   #1
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ACCORDING TO fOXNEWS, COPS ARE GETTING WORRIED ABOU THE CITIZENS KILLING THEM
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/01/24...rs-shot-hours/- its obvious why, we're sick of this unending shit:

Jeffrey Manzelli, 46, a Cambridge sound engineer, was convicted of illegal wiretapping and disorderly conduct for recording MBTA police at an antiwar rally on Boston Common in 2002. Though he said he had openly recorded the officer, his conviction was upheld in 2007 on the grounds that he had made the recording using a microphone hidden in the sleeve of his jacket.
Peter Lowney, 39, a political activist from Newton, was convicted of illegal wiretapping in 2007 after Boston University police accused him of hiding a camera in his coat during a protest on Commonwealth Avenue.

Charges of illegal wiretapping against documentary filmmaker and citizen journalist Emily Peyton were not prosecuted, however, because she had openly videotaped police arresting an antiwar protester in December 2007 at a Greenfield grocery store plaza, first from the parking lot and then from her car. Likewise with Simon Glik and Jon Surmacz; their cases were eventually dismissed, a key factor being the open way they had used their cellphones.

Surmacz said he never thought that using his cellphone to record police in public might be a crime. “One of the reasons I got my phone out . . . was from going to YouTube where there are dozens of videos of things like this,’’ said Surmacz, a webmaster at BU who is also a part-time producer at Boston.com.

It took five months for Surmacz, with the ACLU, to get the charges of illegal wiretapping and disorderly conduct dismissed. Surmacz said he would do it again.

“Because I didn’t do anything wrong,’’ he said. “Had I recorded an officer saving someone’s life, I almost guarantee you that they wouldn’t have come up to me and say, ‘Hey, you just recorded me saving that person’s life. You’re under arrest.’ ’
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Chicago artist's protest backfires as he faces 15 years in jail... because he recorded his own arrest on video
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1349966/Chicago-artist-Chris-Drew-faces-15-years-jail-recorded-arrest.html#ixzz1C3wEq4QI

A Bronx man arrested in front of his kids for "stealing" his own car is suing the NYPD for $1 million.
Jamieson Prince, 43, says cops swarmed his 2007 GMC Yukon and cuffed him as he prepared to drive his daughters to school on Nov. 11 - even though he had papers proving ownership.
When the elder Prince went to the 28th Precinct stationhouse to retrieve his SUV, police couldn't find it, according to court papers.
"They had absolutely no idea what happened to it," said Prince, an MTA track worker. "It had disappeared."
http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2011/01/25/2011-01-25_bronx_man_i_just_want_my_daughters_to_know_thei r_father_didnt_break_the_law_i_wa.html
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Old 01.25.2011, 11:00 AM   #2
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If you're not happy, join the police force and change their ways when you make commander!
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Old 01.25.2011, 11:32 AM   #3
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a case here in Oregon where a couple of right wing nut cases got the death penalty for planting a bomb, issued a warning and tried to extort a bank..... the cops picked it up, shook it and started digging at it with a screwdriver when it went off. I think the stupidity shown by a "bomb expert" police and the police captain was so much a part of the crime that the penalty should have been at most manslaughter 1.

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Charlie Beck, the chief of LAPD voiced similar comments after the MacArthur Park killing of that Guatemalan dude that had the community in heated protests for days. On the surface, analysts and TV talking heads attributed uprising to the shitty way LAPD treats the immigrant populations, particularly the street vendors, and the crowds of protesters largely consisted of these folks, however this was only part of it. Beck's own comments reveal more of the underlying factors when he said, "I don't know why this particular time the people are so upset, there are dozens of these kinds of police related fatalities a year in this city."

In LA county police related shootings account for nearly 15-20% of fatalities. This year in the US more than 100 officers were killed in the line of duty, mostly to traffic accidents. This past year in LA county ALONE the various law enforcement agencies killed more than 100 people, quite a few of them unarmed.
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Old 01.26.2011, 10:45 AM   #5
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In Connecticut they disqualify you if you rate too highly on their police exams. I don't think they are alone in that. The Feds recently fired a Border Patrol agent for simply voicing his opinion that there would be less deaths if marijuana was legal. I wouldn't last long, bro. What you forget is the cops work for us, not the other way around. Civilians don't need to be cops to change how their tax dollars are spent. BUt you know may know, they dose us all with massive amounts of flouride and porn and sugar and people are just brainless robots, basically, reacting to one manipulation by the Spectacle after another.

I realized what really makes me angry is the lawlessness of the law enforcement "class".
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In Connecticut they disqualify you if you rate too highly on their police exams. I don't think they are alone in that. The Feds recently fired a Border Patrol agent for simply voicing his opinion that there would be less deaths if marijuana was legal. I wouldn't last long, bro. What you forget is the cops work for us, not the other way around. Civilians don't need to be cops to change how their tax dollars are spent. BUt you know may know, they dose us all with massive amounts of flouride and porn and sugar and people are just brainless robots, basically, reacting to one manipulation by the Spectacle after another.

I realized what really makes me angry is the lawlessness of the law enforcement "class".

I kind of get it. Except for flouride and sugar.
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Old 01.26.2011, 01:41 PM   #7
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excuse me be what?

The cops are the largest mafia in the US, they work for themselves, and marginally for the interested of the police state in general. Its not because of paperwork or conspiracies that you can not change the police force from the inside, its common sense, those gangsters will simply kill you to stop you fucking with their shit, that is sort of how gangsterism works
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