Police Execution Squads, the Tyrannical Government that Supports them.

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  1. BaghdadBob

    BaghdadBob Well-Known Member

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    YOU might want to consider improving your reading skills, and stop insulting other posters that have a better command of FACTS than you.
    A word from the wise: Stop using leftist rags as "news" sources.

    1. "United States Marshals Service (USMS) Task Force" is NOT SOG (Special Operations Group).
    According to Marshals Service policy::

    ...strictly prohibits the use of fully-automatic firearms by the districts and divisions. An exception to this policy is provided for the Special Operations Group, but only during specially authorized missions. Firearms capable of (3 shot) burst-fire may be authorized at the district level by the U.S. Marshal or Chief Deputy and for Headquarters components by the Associate Director or Assistant Director.
    https://oig.justice.gov/reports/2012/a1305.pdf




    2. At approximately 1:25 PM, the United States Marshals Service (USMS) Task Force was serving felony arrest warrants for fugitive Jamarion Rashad Robinson, age 26, for Criminal Attempt to Commit Arson in Gwinnett County and Aggravated Assault on a Police Officer in Atlanta, Fulton County. The USMS fugitive investigation led them to the residence where Robinson was staying. As the USMS Task Force made contact with Robinson inside the East Point apartment, gunfire erupted. According to witnesses and videos taken by those witnesses of the incident, Task Force Officers gave numerous verbal commands for Robinson to put the weapon down. During the gunfire, Robinson was shot and killed. The autopsy was conducted earlier today by the Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office. None of the Deputy Marshals or Task Force Officers were injured during the gunfight. During the scene examination by GBI Agents, a handgun and multiple spent rounds believed to be associated with Robinson were recovered.
    https://gbi.georgia.gov/press-relea...als-service-task-force-shooting-east-point-ga
     
  2. Kokomojojo

    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    He was not a threat

    Thats SOP so its recorded on tape which allows them to slip a weapon in their hands. If you believe that, unless its on a 'clear' tape that was released moments after the video was shot, its faked.

    I would be shocked if the family would sue if he was no threat.



    Apparently you dont know what a machine gun sounds like. the Marshals are credited for it regardless.

    More:

     
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  3. BaghdadBob

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    I'm not interested in crackpot conspiracy theories. Oh, and do work on your reading comprehension. Bye.
     
  4. Kokomojojo

    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    Not my fault you came out here making a bunch of false claims.

    We can hear several machine gun bursts in the video clip, no reading comprehension required. Hearing aides maybe?

    Being corrected for mistakes is not a conspiracy theory last time I checked.

    sounds to me like you are not interested in getting to the facts.
     
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  5. Kokomojojo

    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    and for those who missed it, the kid was hiding the rambos walked up to the door yelling for him to throw down the gun before entering that is before they could even see if he had a gun, no shots had been fired by the kid, it was a LIE to give them plausible deniability.

    Its the SOP lie for the cameras recorders and bystanders to always give the appearance the rambos have been attacked.

    The rambos that slaughtered the kid claimed the kid fired three shots at them, as can be seen from a previous post, claim to have found empty casings, and the TRUTH....the gun was found to be inoperable.

    In todays society fraud is SOP for these LE rambos on steriods and the department of justice has become a criminal organization proven by their demands to stifle the prosecutor and gagging him from asking normal investigative questions by controlling the questions the district atty is allowed to ask these rambos so they wont be incriminated, same style they got away with in the kennedy assasination investigation to insure they are always not guilty of wrong doing.....see the link below.

    Well guess what peeps this **** has now come home to roost. These criminal operations are no a product of the big leagues, but now playing in a theater near you in your small town back yard.

    Prosecutor; DOJ blocking investigation into death of student shot 59 times

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/crime-...stigation-death-student-shot-59-times-n952816


    Proud to be an American!


     
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    Come on, you know fine rightly SWAT teams are heroes and if they do make mistakes they are honest ones in the most trying circumstances imaginable. The days of drop guns went out with Serpico.
     
  7. James California

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    ~ A small laser guided rocket with just enough explosives to take apart the rear axle. "Blow the car to bits " is overkill. Let us be reasonable. :machinegun::bomb:
    ~ That's what a defense attorney does. Honestly does not count in law - only on television shows. :pc:
    ~ Exactly. Close range laser guided. James Bond style ..
     
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    If the surrender, if they don't and flee they clearly want to avoid going to court.
     
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    Kokomojojo Well-Known Member

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    Here is the latest, and had it not been caught on video they would have gotten away with it.

     
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    ~ Makes me wonder how often excessive force actually happens without evidence ... ?
     
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    we have judge dredd law today.
    there was a iowa case, the guy was stopped for a loud muffler.
    they searched the car without probable cause.
    they found a small bag of pot.
    so in addition to a muffler violation he was arrested for possession.
    took it to court, said hey the cop had no reason to search the car, (he didnt)
    court said to bad you had pot its illegal.
    took it to the iowa supreme court
    the sc instead of following the law as prescribed, and dismissed the case under due process violations, said to bad you had pot, get your ass back in jail.
    Its a lawless country today, thanks to the Just-US club ****ing it all up when they for all intents and purposes ditched the constitution, in so far as protecting your rights.

    People know when they are being framed, any resistance and you would be surprised what these rambos can come up with.
     
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    ~ Sadly we are seeing this play out more often these days. "Judge"E. Sullivan is the latest example ...:frown:
     
  13. Kokomojojo

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  14. Kokomojojo

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    This guy was framed by the cops (a second time) because he won a 35 million dollar law suit for being framed by them the first time.

    Just got off the phone with Steven. His voice is strong and clear. He has no respiratory issues, no fever or muscle aches. He says he is almost well and this virus is “nothing”compared to the suffering he has endured as an innocent man behind bars.

    Avery was convicted of murdering photographer Teresa Halbach on Halloween, 2005. He maintains his innocence. He was first denied an evidentiary hearing by Judge Angela Sutkiewicz in 2017.

    Avery's lawyer, Kathleen Zellner, appealed his case in October, and Wisconsin Assistant Attorney General Lisa Kumfer responded Thursday with a 130-page document.

    The document rallies against the claim that Avery deserves a new evidentiary hearing after Zellner and team asked to submit new evidence for appellate consideration. Zellner's initial argument claimed Avery should have a new trial for a few reasons. The brief said Avery's trial attorneys were ineffective counsel and pointed to a few moments in which they claim the circuit court "abused its discretion" in failing to grant Avery an evidentiary hearing. Zellner also counted six potential Brady violations on behalf of the circuit court.

    The 10 points Zellner listed in the brief are recapped by ABC 2 here.

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    Making A Murderer subject Steven Avery. Netflix
    Wisconsin's response denies the claims in Zellner's brief. "Accordingly, the question on appeal is not whether Avery is guilty of killing Teresa Halbach," it reads. "That question was for the jury, which many years ago answered yes, beyond a reasonable doubt. Nor is the question on appeal whether Avery's latest counsel can construct a different trial defense, find new ways to attack the trial evidence, or identify issues that have not been raised previously."

    It continues: "The only question before this Court in this appeal is whether any of Avery's motions entitled him to an evidentiary hearing. The answer to that question is no." You can read the full response here.

    So what does this mean for Avery? Zellner and Avery can respond to the state's response by June 11. It will be up to the state to decide if Avery should be granted a new trial.

    Zellner explained Avery's reaction to the state's brief in a comment to Newsweek. "Mr. Avery is not concerned about the State's Brief. It demonstrates a poor grasp of the facts, uses boilerplate language and tries to erect every procedural hurdle to obscure the real issue that Mr. Avery suffered numerous constitutional violations that should result in an evidentiary hearing and/or a new trial," she explained via email.

    The state could allow Avery to present new evidence to a court, and potentially be absolved of his guilty verdict. Or, they may deny a new trial, leaving him in prison. If the latter happens, Avery can attempt to appeal to a higher court, as did his nephew, Brendan Dassey.

    Dassey was convicted of Halbach's murder, too, and was featured in Making a Murderer. Season 2 of the series follows Dassey's process of appealing, which ended in the United States Supreme Court denying a new trial.

    Backlash to the Wisconsin courts began publicly in 2015 after the first season of Making a Murderer premiered on Netflix. The documentary series shows claims that Avery is innocent, and Wisconsin law enforcement framed him. It wasn't until seeing the first part that Zellner signed on as Avery's lawyer. Her new findings are featured in Season 2
    https://www.newsweek.com/heres-latest-update-steven-averys-making-murderer-appeal-1507443
     
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    Several years ago, a video on one of the macabre sites depicted a gang of armed 'hood blacks who had cornered and surrounded another black in a dead end alley and forced him to his knees to perform oral sex on them. As I recall, there were at least two young black women, presumably also ganstas, watching it.

    That clip never made the news and made no impression on the black community at all, as far as I know.
     
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    I think I saw a video of that or something similar, very disgusting, in a civilized society forcing a person to perform a sexual act against their will should be considered a serious crime and a conviction of such should include long prison sentences.
     
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    I can't remember it very well but I recall I was mortified. Even so, it wasn't the most shocking thing I've seen on the internet. The most heart-wrenching, awful scene I've ever watched was the death of a picador's horse being gored to death during a bullfight. It was horrible -- worst thing I've ever seen.
     
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    Look ma, no riots.
     
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    Until criminals surrender to the police they do not have any rights, or at least they should not have any.
     
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    Great idea! With you in charge cops can just shoot everyone you hate dead on site and claim they were a criminal! No right to life! Speeding convictions are criminal offenses, did you ever speed? Why bother with a ticket and court appearances, just cap em. Wow! Just WOW!
     
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    Oh really? Lets get this strait. People either have rights or they do not. Apparently (if you believe the rumors) every citizen of the USA has the rights proscribed to them in the Bill of Rights. So please point to where exactly in that document its says 'unless of course they are criminals'.

    Case in point? If you get stopped for a speeding ticket do your 'rights' as a citizen suddenly go 'poof' and disappear in the wind? Of course not. Bearing in mind you've still apparently broken the law. Your rights are exactly where they were 10 minutes before the event in question took place i.e. still there.

    But then maybe the problem is you see this as case of 'them' and 'us'. Them are bad people who don't deserve the same privileges and protections you have. You of course are 'us' and therefore deserve every privilege the Constitution and the law can provide. But then I guess as long as your OK and your rights are protected everything is as it should be.
     
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    It's not so much they do not have any rights, it is more some rights do not yet apply.

    A perfect example is a person is considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

    A lot of people mistakenly believe that applies on the street, however it does not, if I, as a law enforcement officer (LEO) have probable cause to believe someone has committed a crime I consider them guilty of committing the crime and because of that can take them into custody.

    The once the legal process gets started, that person may be considered guilty by the prosecutor and also at the same time considered innocent by their consul.

    Then once they enter into court, the court must consider them to be innocent until proven beyond a reasonable doubt and it is the reasonable doubt that automatically tips the scales of justice in favor of the defendant.

    If the prosecution cannot convince a judge or jury, the a person charged with a crime is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, that person must be found not guilty.

    Does that allow people who have committed crimes to walk away free, yes it does, but that is much better then tossing innocent people into jail for something they did not do.

    Do people who have been charged with crimes they did not commit and up in jail, yes sadly that happens as well, but those cases are few and far between.

    Now lets look at another example, freedom.

    Freedom is the bedrock of our rights as Americans, but again it is one of those things that can evaporate in a second when a LEO believes a person has committed a crime and their are two stages where that loss applies, the first is detention, this is a stage in an investigation where a person is asked to remain in a certain location, while the investigation is worked, the detention period should be as short as possible, but that is a huge variable depending on the complexity of the investigation, the stability of the person being detained and their willingness to cooperate.

    The second step is arrest, at that point, most freedoms are lost, the person is usually restrained and confined.

    At this point many people make two huge mistakes, they believe they must be read their Miranda rights and they get diarrhea of the mouth, once a person finds themselves arrested it is extremely important to shut the eff up regardless if they have been Mirandazed or not, the only words one should speak are name, date of birth and address and then clearly state "with all due respect officer, I cannot make any statements until my attorney is present," if asked why, repeat, "with all due respect officer, I cannot make any statements until my attorney is present."

    While it's not a official part of Miranda always remember the line, "anything you say will only dig the hole you are already in deeper."

    Now again freedom.

    Fleeing from a LEO, is probably the dumbest thing one can do, guilty or not you flag yourself as guilty of something, plus it is a lot of work.

    If a LEO orders you to put your hands behind your back say nothing other than "yes sir" and then do it, do not play street attorney, no matter how much you might think you understand the laws, the street is a nasty and incorrect place to hold a trial.
     
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    In addition, going along politely and quietly plays a lot better at trial than going ape-sh*t berserk. When the cop says "you're under arrest" you're GONNA be, one way or another.
     
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    It also catches them off guard, by responding with yes sir and putting you hands behind your back, quite often their first thought is, ought oh, this guy is connected.
     
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    Grand theft auto...
    Attempted manslaughter...
    Evading the law...
    Speeding and breaking many driving law...
    Speeding and endangering the public...

    Criminals are criminals, regardless of age...
    The officer did what needed to have been done.
    Execute violent, psychotically deranged, murderous criminals.
    Saving the taxpayers billions in the long run.

    This is how you protect and serve the law abiding public.


    The end.
     

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