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Posts Tagged ‘police brutality’
Tags: Brooklyn, civil unrest, clampdown, injustice, killing, marital law, murder, police, police brutality, police violence, protests, riots, rt, russia today
Tags: accountability, ambush, Christopher Dorner, fascism, justice, law, Manifesto, police abuse, police brutality, police murder, police state, public safety, shootings
The premeditated hit on Dorner, as described by the two women’s lawyer. The women were inside the truck pictured above:
Jonas [lawyer for the two women] told The Times that the police officers gave “no commands, no instructions and no opportunity to surrender” before opening fire. He described a terrifying encounter in which the pair were in the early part of their delivery route through several South Bay communities.
Hernandez was in the back seat handing papers to her daughter, who was driving….
Jonas estimated that the officers fired between 20 and 30 rounds. Photographsof the back of the truck showed at least two dozen bullet holes. Neighbors, however, suggested there were more shots fired. The street was pockmarked with bullet holes in cars, trees, garage doors and roofs.
by PETER LEE
We know beyond any reasonable doubt that the San Bernadino police deliberately burned Dorner alive in the cabin. Should you be concerned that police throughout Southern California across multiple jurisdictions are acting as unaccountable death squads?
And of course Christopher Dorner was fired specifically for blowing the whistle against fellow officers abusing suspects. His Manifesto.
Tags: assault, fascism, impunity, oppression, police, police brutality, police state, state terrorism, violence
Top 10 Astonishing Police Brutality Videos Caught on Surveillance Cameras by Clint Henderson
The Big Lie About Police Brutality by Dave Lindorff
Police Brutality in the USA: Americans, Too Are Oppressed by Paul Craig Roberts
Tags: abuse, copblock.org, criminalizing journalism, high school, minors, police brutality, wiretapping, wiretapping laws
Journalist Adeemo Freeman prosecuted for investigating police brutality inside a high school (report). Sentenced to one year in jail with five more years probation for recording police and school officials over the telephone and posting to youtube. ”Wiretapping” law used to prosecute journalist for asking valid questions about the abuse of a minor by a police officer in the Manchester West High School in New Hampshire.
Video with the so-called criminal wiretapping:
Video of alleged police brutality inside the school:
Accountability remains an historical artifact. Citizens no longer have the right to gather newsworthy statements from “officials,” without risk of prison terms.
Tags: clinton, free speech, hypocrisy, i am not moving, nypd, Obama, occupy wall street, police brutality, repression, washington
Tags: free speech, hillary clinton, police brutality, protest, ray mcgovern, veteran intelligence professionals for sanity, veterans for peace, vips
American hero, patriot, former CIA analyst and co-founder of Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, Ray McGovern was brutally roughed up by security while Hillary Clinton blathered on about freedom of speech.
The hypocrisy was pretty striking. Business as usual in DC.
Tags: agents provocateurs, G-20, G20, G8, Genoa, police brutality, Seattle, state sponsored terrorism, Toronto, violence
“Provocation and police terror at the G20 summit in Toronto”
“Ignorance is Strength”
(Your) ignorance is (their) strength. Such is modern propaganda.
Those looking at the ten second news blurbs of the protests in Toronto this week miss the story entirely. That would be most people, who are the targets of this staged propaganda.
With dramatic footage of burning police cars, most people are comfortably ignorant and don’t bother to inquire as to the basic facts:
Why were police cars abandoned for hours in the middle of the street?
Who set them on fire?
Why didn’t any of the thousands upon thousands of battle dressed cops stop the people from lighting them on fire?
Why didn’t anyone call the fire department?
Why were non-violent political demonstrators targeted for brutalization and arrest immediately after this event?
This is an old scenario, a tired and repeated scenario. In 2007, three Canadian police officers were caught red-handed dressed up as “black block anarchists” holding rocks, and about to attempt to cause a riot. These agents provocateurs were taken away, and never charged or heard from again, despite the Quebec police admitting that they were indeed working for the police.
Did you catch that?
The Canadian authorities admitted in 2007 that they used undercover agents provocateurs who were attempting to cause a riot — state sponsored terror against peaceful political demonstrators.
In a sane world, that would be big news, covered by all media until those responsible were brought down and charged with crimes.
In a sane world.
Agents provocateurs are a standard ingredient and they appear at all the major international economic summits. They have been spotted at Seattle in 1999 when rows of police stood by and did not intervene as supposed “black block anarchists” smashed a bunch of windows, thereby ushering in the crackdown against the large peaceful demonstrations, exactly as was done again this week in Toronto.
Agents provocateurs have been spotted in Genoa in 2001 and in Greece, as well as a number of other incidents around the world. Also spotted at these major summits is the excessive police violence against demonstrators and violations of their civil liberties.
As this practice has been admitted to by the Canadian government, we must ask what exactly happened this week in Toronto and who is responsible?
The use of agents provocateurs is a direct attack on the people, an attack on one’s own population. It is highly dangerous and it corrupts the police force with brainwashing techniques designed to foster an “us vs. them” mentality. These police state measures, while effective, are immoral and one would hope patently illegal. Civil liberties are still supposed to carry some weight and the force of law. State terrorism against those who exercise the right of free speech should be punishable by long jail terms. Abuses of trust and power of this magnitude cannot go unchallenged, even if the corporate news whores refuse to cover the issue.
Agents provocateurs are not a new phenomenon. A poignant film from 1969 entitled Z shows a plausible scenario where they are used in Paris, but their assault backfires. It’s a tense political drama, and worth a look.