Skip to comments.Federal agents' pre-dawn raid on reporter's home raises questions
Posted on 10/28/2013 8:52:02 AM PDT by BulletBobCo
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It's worse than that. The only cops I've seen commenting on this kind of stuff are cops defending these kinds of actions.
With the exception of retired cops who are as offended as the rest of us.
We are on our own BRK, and that includes you. It's us vs them.
And I'm sure they'll be along shortly to deeply criticize you for not supporting the Police State.
The first head of the TSA was a Coast Guard admiral.
The Coast Guard was always a part of the Department of Transportation, except during wartime, when they were under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Navy.
In the aftermath of the September 11th attacks, the Coast Guard is part of the Department of Homeland Security, which is rapidly evolving into America’s Stasi.
My dad was in the Coast Guard during World War II. I no longer trust or respect the present day Coast Guard, sad to say.
The best defense to this is an old scam.
The way to best describe it is in how it was typically used.
A bank robber steals $500. The bank reports $50,000 was stolen. The bank then gets $45,500 in insurance payments as pure profit, less the actual $500 stolen.
In this case, since the DHS has stolen his notes on who in the government was leaking, he should come out and announce who in the DHS and administration was leaking to him, which is why they wanted to “cover it up”.
He could really publish a fiction novel without a shred of evidence. “Hillary-Napolitano-Holder Love Triangle!”
To be honest I'm surprised they're not here already saying "we don't know the whole story" and "you want them to go home to their families at night don't you" etc. Maybe there was a sale on Kiwi and they're all getting high on the fumes.
Any context to this photo, as to why the jackboot thugs were pointing the barrel of a firearm in the face of the motorist?
Who took the picture?
Shoot the bastards!
Rather die like a free man than live like a slave.
Thank you for this. It’s right on the money.
Right, that is what I remembered, but what did he do to get convicted of Felony Resisting Arrest? That could be the reason they used a SWAT team for the felon in possession case or he had a really bad lawyer.
AP Photo: Checkpoint Cops Point Guns at Americans Heads
Fallujah-style security comes to Sacramento
Paul Joseph Watson
October 28, 2013
After a gang member shot and injured several law enforcement officials before going into hiding in a Sacramento suburb on Friday, police responded by setting up a checkpoint and aiming guns at innocent peoples heads, an AP photo shows.
The photo, (credited to AP Photo/The Sacramento Bee, Randall Benton) is captioned, A California Highway Patrol officer and another emergency responder stop a vehicle at a checkpoint near the neighborhood where a federal immigration officer was shot and three local police officers were wounded during a violent confrontation with a suspect in the Sacramento suburb of Roseville on Friday, Oct. 25, 2013.
After an hours-long standoff, the suspect, 32-year-old gang member Samuel Nathan Duran, eventually surrendered after leaving a nearby house in which he had been holed up.
The felon responsible for the shootings was a wanted parolee and was already known to police having been seen riding a bike earlier in the day. His description would have been well circulated and known intimately by those tasked with hunting him down.
So why were Americans innocently driving their cars through the suburb of Roseville subjected to treatment that wouldnt have looked out of place in Stalinist Russia, or more recently in Iraq or Afghanistan?
As we saw during the Boston bombings manhunt, in complete violation of law, police seem to believe that so long as they are hunting a potentially dangerous suspect, the Constitution is null and void, and that martial law is in effect.
The militarized lockdown of Watertown, Mass., during which heavily armed officers went door to door without search warrants terrorizing families at gunpoint and ransacking homes, led Ron Paul to observe that the manhunt was more frightening than the attack itself, saying it resembled scenes from a military coup in a far off banana republic.
We do. It's in Article V of our constitution. If it isn't utilized, it is entirely our fault.
That’s very sad to hear — I didn’t realize they had gone so far over to the darkside too.
You don’t think they monitor this site along with FB and others? My daughter is always telling me the black helicopters are gonna get me. I don’t think she’s kidding.
Hate to inform you but the MSM works for Hitler and the Gestapo.
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
If their warrant didn’t particularly describe the paperwork that they seized from her, than they violated the warrant and committed a theft. They could have gone and drafted another one to get that stuff, after articulating to a judge why they wanted it.
Those things are pretty specific for a reason. It prohibits the police from going on fishing expeditions, as it appears in this case.
But, at the end of the day, absolutely nothing will happen. Have to protect the state at all costs.
If it makes you sleep better.
I didn’t take it badly. I saw your point.
(I love how the pic shows the 10-year imprisonment form of the second, just on its face.)
Those PVC potato guns are supposed to be a LOT of FUN! Don’t they use lighter fluid as a propellant?