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Two Atlanta Police Cruisers Hit By Bricks, Rocks After Police Beat Helpless Man and Pepper Sprayed Kids - VIDEO


Adan Salazar | Infowars.com | April 11, 2013

Two Atlanta police cars were pelted with bricks, rocks and hammers Tuesday night after they cruised into a neighborhood where residents were already angered over cell phone footage that captured a man being beaten by several police officers.

According to WSBTV, that man and another woman were questioning why a separate arrest was taking place. Instead of answering their questions, witnesses say police responded with “direct violence.”

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i finished reading the

i finished reading the Franklin Cover-Up. those police should feel lucky they got off with a stiff warning of bricks and hammers


Signs of a war on tyranny. The first rapid bubbles are appearing

When the pot comes to full boil, the scalding waters will engulfs the tyrants before they can react.

For anyone who has not seen it, I highly recommend "The Sand Pebbles" (1966)http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060934/?ref_=sr_1 It is available from NetFlix by mail or on Amazon Instant Video.

Personally, I prefer more directed responses to abuse of power, as fewer innocents get hurt.


Good for them.

i think that is considered a non violent protest?

you should be able to throw rocks and bricks at a car that you have paid for right? especially if you are not allowed to drive the car you were forced to paid for by guys with guns who are now driving them. the police sound like the mafia with an added legal monopoly on the use of force.

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excatly right, remember

Obama says "we" are the government. Therefor it is your police car, you should be able to do whatever you want to decorate your own car. ;)

I'd rather have a bottle in front o' me than a frontal lobotomy