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‘Big Brother’ Style Policeman:”If Obama Doesn’t Follow The Constitution, We Don’t Have To”

Cop Explains Why Police No Longer Follow the Constitution

“Obama just decimated the freakin’ Constitution, so I don’t give a damn. If he doesn’t follow the Constitution, we don’t have to.”

The Free Thought Project
Matt Agorist
August 5, 2014
 

A brutally candid video was captured and uploaded to youtube Monday of an Helmetta, NJ cop.

Steve Wronko had gone to the Helmetta Police Department with a list of objections about recent violations at the Helmetta Regional Animal Shelter. According to the Community outreach facebook page created to expose the atrocities of the shelter, Reform Helmetta Regional Animal Shelter, there is a long stemming controversy from the Helmetta Mayor, Nancy Martin.

Martin also happens to be the tax collector for the City of Perth. In 2011, Martin made her son, Brandon Metz, the head of the Animal Shelter. She also appointed him to  Animal Cruelty Investigator, Borough Laborer, Water Meter Reader, and Certified Recycling Co-ordinator, according to the facebook page.

When Wronko went to the police department to voice his complaints about the violations of his Constitutional rights by this corrupt, nepotistic system, he was met with even more corruption.

“I have major objections about what’s going on at the shelter over there….,” says Wronko.

To which the corrupt Helmetta police officer replies, “Obama just decimated the freakin’ Constitution, so I don’t give a damn. If he doesn’t follow the Constitution, we don’t have to.”

Let that set in for a minute. A cop, knowing that he was being filmed, just admitted to NOT following the law that he swore an oath to uphold.

This one example is the epitome of most government institutions, regardless of size. The Constitution was designed to keep these corrupt tendencies of government from gaining strength, so naturally it is a severe hindrance to would-be tyrants; therefore it is first to go when the chance arises.

Maybe this instance, captured on film for the whole world to see, will serve as a wake up call to those who may still be asleep. Please share this so that it can help others to see the leviathan for what it is, a gang of thieves writ large.

 

 

Unfortunately this all started well before Barrack Obama became president. This privileged world of above-the-law state corruption goes back centuries.

 

 

 

 

NWO Police: The Most Likely Encounter You Will Have With Violent Terrorists

As Winston Churchill once said, “Democracy means that when there’s a knock at the door at three in the morning, it’s probably the milkman.” Today, In America, it’s certainly not the milkman, and if it’s a SWAT team at your door, forget the knock.    Jim Fisher

Via: Huffington Post by John W. Whitehead

 

How many children, old people, and law-abiding citizens have to be injured, terrorized or killed before we call a halt to the growing rash of police violence that is wracking the country? How many family pets have to be gunned down in cold blood by marauding SWAT teams before we declare such tactics off limits? And how many communities have to be transformed into military outposts, complete with heavily armed police, military tanks, and “safety” checkpoints before we draw that line in the sand that says “not in our town”?

The latest incident comes out of Atlanta, Georgia, where a SWAT team, attempting to execute a no-knock drug warrant in the middle of the night, launched a flash bang grenade into the targeted home, only to have it land in a crib where a 19-month-old baby lay sleeping. The grenade exploded in the baby’s face, burning his face, lacerating his chest, and leaving him paralyzed. He is currently in the hospital in a medically induced coma.

Where too was the outrage when a Minnesota SWAT team raided the wrong house in the middle of the night, handcuffed the three young children, held the mother on the floor at gunpoint, shot the family dog, and then “forced the handcuffed children to sit next to the carcass of their dead pet and bloody pet for more than an hour” while they searched the home?

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The Baby-Burning Stormtroopers of Habersham County Georgia

Beaten To Death During  a Traffic Stop

Young Boy Shot To Death By Female Officer

Diabetic Severely Injured During Scuffle With Police

Police Burst Into Wrong Apartment And Shoot Woman Hiding Her Closet

No-Knock SWAT Raid Leaves Texas Father Dead

ebook preview: SWAT Madness and the Militarization of the American Police

 

 

 

Policing For Profit: Institutionalization of Government Looting Results in Police Robbing Citizens

Via: Institute for Justice

Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture

by Marion r. Williams, PhD., Jefferson E. Holcomb PhD., Tomislav kovandzic PhD., Scott Bullock

 

Civil forfeiture laws represent one of the most serious assaults on private property rights in the nation today.  Under civil forfeiture, police and prosecutors can seize your car or other property, sell it and use the proceeds to fund agency budgets—all without so much as charging you with a crime.  Unlike criminal forfeiture, where property is taken after its owner has been found guilty in a court of law, with civil forfeiture, owners need not be charged with or convicted of a crime to lose homes, cars, cash or other property.

Americans are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, but civil forfeiture turns that principle on its head.  With civil forfeiture, your property is guilty until you prove it innocent.

 

 

 

 

Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture chronicles how state and federal laws leave innocent property owners vulnerable to forfeiture abuse and encourage law enforcement to take property to boost their budgets.  The report finds that by giving law enforcement a direct financial stake in forfeiture efforts, most state and federal laws encourage policing for profit, not justice.

Policing for Profit
 also grades the states on how well they protect property owners—only three states receive a B or better.  And in most states, public accountability is limited as there is little oversight or reporting about how police and prosecutors use civil forfeiture or spend the proceeds.

Federal laws encourage even more civil forfeiture abuse through a loophole called “equitable sharing” that allows law enforcement to circumvent even the limited protections of state laws.  With equitable sharing, law enforcement agencies can and do profit from forfeitures they wouldn’t be able to under state law.

It’s time to end civil forfeiture.  People shouldn’t lose their property without being convicted of a crime, and law enforcement shouldn’t be able to profit from other people’s property.

 

Looting By U.S. Government at All-Time Highs

Operation Mini-van: NYPD still using scantily clad female officers as bait to forfeit the vehicles of men looking for sex

Cato Institute: Policing For Profit Podcast

Man Loses $160,000 in New Policing For Profit Case

Forbes: Cops In Texas Seize Millions By Policing For Profit

Romulus (MI) Police Chief accused, with fellow officers, of using asset forfeiture funds to pay for drugs, hookers and personal enrichment

Property On Trial: Texas vs. One 2004 Chevy  Silverado

Police ‘Shakedown’: Where Is The Money?  Give Us The Money And You Can Go! 

 

 

 

 

Arrest-Proof Yourself!

Mike Adams talks to Dale Carson, a trial lawyer, former FBI agent, police officer, detective, SWAT team member, undercover operative and private investigator who now defends clients against unfair charges. He is the author of Arrest-Proof Yourself, which is required reading for anyone wanting to avoid unnecessary interactions with the law. 

 

 

 

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Have Police Stopped You Without Probable Cause?

Via: flexyourrights.org

What Are My Rights At Various Checkpoints?

There are four general types of checkpoints you might encounter: DUI checkpoints, US border checkpoints, drug checkpoints, and TSA checkpoints. In a legal sense, they are not all created equal. So depending on which one you encounter, you’ll want to be prepared to flex your rights appropriately.

DUI Checkpoints

Sobriety checkpoints — also known as DUI checkpoints — are the most common roadblocks you might encounter. They function as a general purpose investigatory tactic where police can get a close look at passing motorists by detaining them briefly. A roadblock stop is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to peer into the vehicle for a moment.

Remember that your constitutional rights still apply in a roadblock situation. Though police are permitted to stop you briefly, they may not search you or your car unless they have probable cause that you’re under the influence or you agree to the search. As such, you are not required to answer their questions or admit to breaking the law.

 

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Do We Live In A Panopticon?

Via: CBS News

The Data Brokers: Selling Your Personal Information       correspondent Steve Kroft

Over the past six months or so, a huge amount of attention has been paid to government snooping, and the bulk collection and storage of vast amounts of raw data in the name of national security. What most of you don’t know, or are just beginning to realize, is that a much greater and more immediate threat to your privacy is coming from thousands of companies you’ve probably never heard of, in the name of commerce.

They’re called data brokers, and they are collecting, analyzing and packaging some of our most sensitive personal information and selling it as a commodity…

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A vast hidden surveillance network runs across America  powered by the repo industry 

Mother Jones: Meet the Data Brokers Who Help Corporations Sell Your Digital Life

Can You Escape the Digital Surveillance ‘Dragnet’?

Dragnet Nation: What Do Data Brokers Know About Me?

ebook preview: Dragnet Nation

ebook preview: The Road To Big Brother

 

 

Unconstitutional Government Always Sings This Song: ‘I Want Your Money’

“These are the rules of big business. They have superseded the teachings of our parents and are reducible to a simple maxim: Get a monopoly; let Society work for you; and remember that the best of all business is politics, for a legislative grant, franchise, subsidy or tax exemption is worth more than a Kim-berly or Comstock lode, since it does not require any labor, either mental or physical, for its exploitation.”  – Frederic C. Howe

 

 

 

The Confessions Of A Monopolist

Civil Asset Forfeiture:

“Every year, federal and state law enforcement agents seize millions of dollars from civilians during traffic stops, simply by asserting that they believe the money is connected to some illegal activity and without ever pursuing criminal charges. Under federal law and the laws of most states, they are entitled to keep most (and sometimes all) of the money and property they seize. ”  (Source)

Policing For Profit

Texas Statute Paves  Way For Highway Robbery

Easy Money: Civil Asset Forfeiture Abuse By Police 

 

Government Is The Biggest ‘Special Interest’

The Biggest Game In Town

 

 

Stop Resisting Execution: Cold-Blooded Arizona Cops Assassinate Suspect with His Hands in the Air

Via : thedailysheeple.com

by Kimberley Paxton

For absolutely no reason other than “because they could”, cops in Pinal County, Arizona executed a suspect who was standing there, not near any of the officers, with his hands in the air, offering no threat whatsoever. Without trial, judge, or jury, they simply assassinated the man, as his family looked on in horror. Warning: There is some graphic violence in the video below.

This is your police force, America. Protecting and Serving you to death.

 

 

Sometimes we get letters or comments from readers wondering why we are so hard on cops here at The Daily Sheeple. They call the staff writers “cop haters” and “anarchists”. The readers say that we spend too much time “bashing” police officers who have such a “difficult and dangerous” job.

Are there some good cops out there? I’m sure there are. I am certain that some people go to the Academy hoping to do right and to help others. But…they have to know their “brothers” are doing these terrible things. What are they doing to put a stop to it? When you accept an action, you are deeming it “acceptable”, no matter how passively. And that makes you just as guilty as the person perpetrating the action.

So, why are we so hard on the boys in blue? Because they are the ones that are supposed to enforce the rules, and thus they must be held to a higher standard.

If you decide to become a police officer, you are vowing to uphold the law. You are swearing an oath to “serve and protect”. More and more, we see these oaths violated. And the worst part is, the cops aren’t being held responsible when they sexually assault men and womenbeat people up for fun, and commit crimes that would send the rest of us to prison while they are shielded from prosecution by merit of their uniforms. They shoot our pets, they beat the elderly, they frighten and molest our children, and they wield their badges to coerce people into acts that they might not normally perform.

Here are just a few headlines from the last year:

Excessive Force: Cops Beat Man With Down Syndrome

Man Subjected to 8 Anal Exams After Routine Traffic Stop

Shouldn’t the Police Have a “Do Not Fire Unless Fired Upon” Rule?

Copping a Thrill: Two of Philly’s Finest Strip a Woman, Masturbate, and then Lie About It

Traffic Stop Humiliation: Woman Ordered to “Shake out her Bra” – Cop Received ONE Day Suspension

Don’t Anal Probe Me, Bro! Another NM Man Subjected to Rectal Exam After Traffic Stop

Cops Strip Search Mom, “Forcibly” Pull Tampon Out of Her for Maybe Rolling Through Stop Sign

 

And what’s worse, if you don’t allow some stranger to stick his fingers up your hoo-haw, then that stranger legally gets to beat the daylights out of you. This happens to men and women both. By stating that our persons are our own, we risk getting beaten or killed. By putting you your hands to block a blow headed towards your face, you are “assaulting an officer”. By turtling and protecting your head and face when a dozen cops begin to kick the snot out of you, you are “resisting arrest.” Check out this video to see what “protecting and serving” means to cops all over America right now.

Your innocence of a crime is not relevant, by the way. Many people who have been assaulted, beaten, and molested are later found to be innocent of the original charges, but are then, as leverage, charged with resisting arrest or assaulting a police officer. When you get pulled over for something as simple as a speeding ticket, you must be aware that your entire life can change at the whim of the person who stopped you. And there really isn’t a whole lot you can do about it without the risk of death, a beating, and/or a long prison sentence.

How much more if this are YOU willing to put up with?

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Officer Ramos: “see these fists?….They’re getting ready to —- you up.”

Via: Wikipedia

Death of Kelly Thomas

Kelly Thomas (April 5, 1974 – July 10, 2011) was a homeless man diagnosed with schizophrenia who lived on the streets of Fullerton, California. He died five days after an altercation with members of the Fullerton Police Department on July 5, 2011. Thomas was taken to St. Jude Medical Center before being transferred to the UC Irvine Medical Center, where he was comatose on arrival and not expected to recover. He never regained consciousness, and died on July 10, 2011.

Medical records show that bones in his face were broken and he choked on his own blood. The coroner concluded that compression of the thorax made it impossible for Thomas to breathe normally and deprived his brain of oxygen.

 His parents removed him from life support five days later, and he died from his injuries on July 10, 2011. Officer Manuel Ramos was charged with one count of second-degree murder and one count of involuntary manslaughter; Corporal Jay Cicinelli and Officer Joseph Wolfe were each charged with one count of felony involuntary manslaughter and one count of excessive force.  All three pleaded not guilty.

A judge declined to dismiss the charges against the officers in January 2013, finding that “a reasonable person could infer that the use of force was excessive and unreasonable.”

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Pro Libertate: Dr.  Raskolnikov, I Presume?

Prison Planet: Kelly Thomas Verdict: Police Now Have  License To Murder

CopBlock: Where’s The Justice For Kelly Thomas?

Kelly Thomas Trial: People stunned by verdicts

Eddie Craig:Tao of Law Presentation

Via: ruleoflawradio.com

Eddie Craig

Eddie is an Air Force veteran that began realizing that the government was lying to the people at virtually every turn. He earnestly begin his research into government rules and statutes in the mid 90’s after he witnessed his mother breakdown into tears of hopeless frustration over a property tax bill that threatened to take away her property and home.

Angry at the malicious and callous demeanor of those that supposedly worked for the greater good of the People Eddie began to carefully research and document the relationships between the various statutes and the legislative enactments that created them, especially the “ad valorem” property tax, and eventually the federal income tax. He has since spent the past eleven years researching the various Texas Codes such as the Transportation Code. Much to the dismay of many municipalities, police officers, and prosecutors he has thrown a very large monkey wrench into the gears of their money machine, using their own laws! With Randy Kelton’s passed down knowledge about due process and criminal actions Eddie’s research has become even more dangerous to them.

Vigorous study and research revealed the truth, most government employees know even less about the language and application of the law than the general public! Angered by the cavalier attitudes of public servants acting as if their ignorance was of no consequence, Eddie sought out other like minded people to exchange ideas and find a remedy, which led him to Rule of Law Radio.

Eddie has now dedicated himself to “fighting the good fight” against the total willful ignorance that consumes our public servants at every level of government, an ignorance in which too many people share by way of an apathetic attitude about our rights and liberties. The biggest problem with being apathetic is that it is a word comprised mostly of the word “pathetic”.

 

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