Skip to comments.National Guard forced to stand down by law enforcement in Boston
Posted on 04/22/2013 8:42:40 AM PDT by patriotgal1787
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Every police officer and attorney should know it is priority one to assist the wounded, evidence be damned.
Once the wounded are helped and the scene secure from other threats, then crime scene maintenance and inspection becomes important.
No, neither of you are the only ones.
There are photographs clearly depicting actors being made-up as ‘victims’. These are photos showing the process in action.
I’m outraged. And what really galls, is that many people are being manipulated and are blind to it.
Not like it matters.
Local enforcement has never like the feds sticking their noses into things. It’s a turf thing. They probably resented the FBI being there, also.
I’m skeptical, but not of the bombing itself, just who did it.
This can’t be fake...
I hate the media and the government
Just before, and in the early day of WWII, Germany put together a very sophisticated Civil Defense plan, that monitored night time raids by British bombers, alerted the civilian population to take shelter, and let the civilian population know when it was all clear, and it could exit the bomb shelters.
Only the Brits quickly found out that by sending a couple of bombers to Berlin, they could get the Germans to activate their civil defense system, interrupting night time business, and depriving millions of war workers of a night's sleep. The loss of productivity alone made the raid a success, even if the bombers never dropped a bomb within 10 miles of a target.
That reminds me that any bomb coming within a mile (or half a mile?) was scored as a direct hit.
In theory you’d think that would be good policework. However, firstly, I really don’t think the ‘police’ were at the root of the home invasion problem, and secondly, I think considering an entire town of 30,000 homes or whatever it was is patently bad ‘police work’.
Yea......probably CSTs at the Waco site.....there were military personnel there.
This was not a posse commitatus thing...this was a Fed in control of everything thing.
Wait a minute, wouldn’t a grecience be more like “Wessonality”?
I tend to think you’d need mind bleach to get rid of that (maybe?).
You are correct. She had no authority
I tend to think youd need mind bleach to get rid of that (maybe?).....I remember this girl in Australia in 1969 while on R&R who had bottle of....Oh...wait. Not here.
Sorry. I got so used to National Guard personnel being called up for federal duty in the sandbox.
Rog. No worries.
I think you are confusing a guy with his legs blown off wearing a pull-over sweatshirt with a guy wearing a hooded jacket with a zipper up the front.
No, I was not deniying it, what I meant to your comment was “ almost daily “ cough cough, almost daily ? more like every day 24/7 .
I really don’t think this is fake.
“Yea......probably CSTs at the Waco site.....there were military personnel there.”
The CSTs did NOT exist in 1993 at the time a WACO. They came latter in the Clinton administration. Also, CSTs are NOT traditional armed troops. They are WMD evaluation and advisory personnel.
Please do not make the mistake of tying them to that screw up at Waco. That was an abuse of the military force even if they were under state control (which is questionable). CSTs are under Title 32 (State) and not Title 10 (Federal).
Waco (under Bill Clinton) was HOUSE CLEANING and nothing more.
The only two law enforcement offices that were killed at Waco were the two former Clinton Bodyguards, and they were killed by ‘friendly fire’.
Clinton was cleaning house of anyone who was going to talk about his Arkansas days, and sending a message to everyone else.
I don’t really care what you call them or when they were established. There were military advisors of some flavor there. Supposedly, they did nothing but “advise.”
We are so far gone (morally) that truth stands outside and cannot enter.
Isa_59:14 And judgment is turned away backward, and justice standeth afar off: for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter.
Very telling post, now that we find out that ‘Suspect #2’was UNARMED....they found NO weapons either on the boat or evident of anything in the boys apartment.