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How to Handle Police Encounters in a Police State (4 videos)

How to Handle Police Encounters in a Police State


Four videos from Terry Ingram, a decorated veteran Hollywood Police Officer with twelve years’ experience in Robbery/Homicide, Vice, Intelligence and Narcotics, and Uniformed Patrol. As a decorated combat Vietnam Veteran, having served his country honorably for six years, Terry founded “Law In Simple Terms”, an organization which teaches the art of “Pro Per litigation”. Terry developed an easy to comprehend course for laypersons which teaches the proper application of civil rights in the face of government confrontation, as well as how to negotiate the legal system without the aid or assistance of an attorney, and much more.

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The ABA hasn't capped this guy down for 'practicing law without a license'? He's really cutting in on their racket....er....self-granted monopoly.....er....scam...er...he's really putting people 'at risk', yeah, that's it.

I upvoted you.


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Carl Miller has a Constitutional argument.

The government cannot take a right and convert it to a privilege by requiring a license to practice the right.

The right to work, the right to represent yourself, the right to pursue happiness.

That's very rough summary.

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That was good. I hope he

That was good. I hope he posts more. I would like to hear his advice on how to handle being pulled over, expecially wneh they ask you to vacate the car.

If my need to be RIGHT is greater than my desire for TRUTH, then I will not recognize it when it arrives ~ Libertybelle

More on the Police State

Thanks for your comment The Libertybelle. I just published an eBook on this subject. The link below will permit you to view 20% of the book for free. Check it out and if you like it please support me. Thanks again.

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I will go here and purchase your book. I grew up on a ranch around cops and learned to trust and believe they were the good guys, because the ones I knew were. Now, I no longer trust them, as I used to or that the Police are here to help me. Here's my story:

I had a personal encounter with the police last year, where they searched my house without my permission. They came to the sidedoor of my residence where there are no windows and I could not hear them through the solid wood door. I could only hear "POLICE...mumble, mumble,mumble..." Innocent and concerned, I thought maybe a bad guy was in my yard. I made the mistake of OPENING THE DOOR, as you admonish us not to do. I saw only two plain clothes detectives standing there with clip boards, they asked me if my son was home, confused and then scared something had happened to him,I said No, why? And then they asked if they could step inside to ask a few questions. I innocently said ...yes, yes!!! I wanted to know if my son was alright, I had nothing to fear, right? WRONG!

Well as they stepped in the other 5 fully rigged cops with guns drawn swarmed in behind them (they must have been hiding along the wall to the left of the door out of my line of vision).They overwhelmed me and took over my home searching (for guns I was to find out momentarily). Not only was I scared to death, I was totally confused, off guard and overwhelmed by this show of deadly force. At the same time I saw other rigged cops swarming my garden and backyard there must have been a dozen cops on my property including the detectives. (BTW I have always been what is called a good citizen. I have never been arrested, never been in trouble in my life, at 58 I have only received 3 traffic tickets in my life! My 14 yr old son they were looking for was not home at the time and is a good student, and not a behavioral problem in the least at school or at home, he's a good kid. So I could not imagine what was going on.)

To make a long story short, a notebook was found earlier that day at school by my son's history teacher. It had a hand drawn picture of a video game forge (where gamers go to build their own melieu play in a game). I believe the game forge they were planning to build was for Call of Duty so they showed a building with stairs, tables. hallways, and bodies lying on the floor. There was also a short list of the three kids who planned on going on X-Box live to play. My son's name was on this list. The teacher did not realize the drawing was a video game, and took it to the principle, and said he was quite sure the notebook belonged to my son (it did not BTW).
The principle did not call me, the parent, he called the SDPD who came calling to my La Mesa City residence (out of their jurisdiction)and tricked me, in my opinion, into searching my home.

While the search was going on one of the detectives waved the notebook in my face and berated me for being a bad parent. He shouted at me and told me he had done his "homework" and knew we had guns in the home. I asked when did it become illegal for Americans to own guns? And furthermore, that this was not true, if he had done his homework, he would know that my ex-husband was the owner of the guns and he had taken them with him over a year ago.

One of the cops searching found an airsoft pisol of my sons during the search of his bedroom, and the detective again berated me for allowing my son to have one of these as the cops could mistake it for a real gun. I said that might be possible if my son was allowed to carry it around but he was not, he shoots targets on the property (WE have an acre in a rural area)! Since when was this an excuse to raid my house? (Well, their justification was that the SDPD was on high alert because the anniversary of the Columbine HS shooting was the following week. But I digress...)

I finally grabbed the notorious notebook he was waving in my face, flipped through it and realized it was not my son's notebook afterall as the handwriting was not his. It was too neat. I pointed this out and that the drawing was a video game forge and my son was not plannig an attack on the school, if that was what all this was about.(I must say the look on the cops face was priceless when I told him the notebook did not belong to my son!)By this time my fear was gone to be replaced with righteous rage and indignation and the utter stupidity and hubris of these cops. I felt tricked and violated because that is exactly what happened.

They finally left when they damn well pleased. And I and my son had to deal with this again the next day in a BIG meeting with the cops, the kids and the principle at school the next day, but that is another story.

These arrogant, short-shighted police accomplished some very important...they WOKE ME UP! I used to respect police officers, but now have ABSOLUTELY no respect or trust for any cops and lock my front gate, not to keep out the criminals, but to keep the cops out...how sad and telling is that?

If my need to be RIGHT is greater than my desire for TRUTH, then I will not recognize it when it arrives ~ Libertybelle

Arrogant Police

First may I say you are very eloquent and your post a very good read. It's a shame to have your world turned upside down by people who are supposed to be the good guys. These bottom feeders ought to be hog tied and placed on the wrong side of a good Title 42 Section 1983 (civil rights action). There is no excuse for this type of conduct and we ought not take it anymore. The Police are very practiced adversaries nowadays and not to be trusted whatsoever. Their time honored reputation has been completely sullied and they no longer deserve our "benefit of the doubt".

Yours is a hard and sad lesson, but a lesson none the less Libertybelle. Time we start teaching them that "we are profit and they are overhead"! Learning your rights and their limitations is a great way to start.

I hope you never have to be victim of that type of behavior again. Thanks for sharing your story. I appreciate you.

I linked you in this Post! and received 58 votes so far!


Hi Again, Terry! I never intent to be victimized agasin by the police, sir! And now I have you to help me! BTW,I edited and added more details to my story, and posted it as new content in the politics and law forum. I received a lot of attention - made it in the top 8 stories today!! After opening up and writing to you of my experience, I wanted to share to help others who might make the mistake of trusting the police when they should not. I included your link I hope it generates traffic to your site.

Thanks again for all you do!

Forever in Freedom, your Patriot friend, The LibertyBelle

If my need to be RIGHT is greater than my desire for TRUTH, then I will not recognize it when it arrives ~ Libertybelle

A week before the SSRI induced shooting at Columbine?

What is up with that. I wonder how many the cops terrorized before the "random" shooting.

Who egged the Columbine boys to do their dastardly deeds? What happened to him?

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Thank you!

That was extremely informative and empowering. I will share this with my friends and relatives.

"I don't know if the world is full of smart men bluffing
or imbeciles who mean it."