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Dallas Police Assault Free Speech Activists, Punch Alex Jones

Protesters were peacefully assembled outside a barricade in downtown Dallas near the site of the official commemoration of JFK.

The barricades were opened and almost out of nowhere, police marched through and forcefully pushed protesters back, with several being violently assaulted, including radio host Alex Jones who was punched in the stomach.

One of the victims of the violence was a father with his young daughter on his shoulders. The girl began crying, but was pulled to safety by her mother.


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John B. Wells Interviews AJ after the Dallas Sherriff's Assault

At the 1:18 minute mark, one of Coast to Coast AM's most listened to night time radio hosts, John B. Wells, who himself was present for much of the events in Dallas on Friday's Anniversary; interviews Alex Jones for two hours, in his first public exchange of what really happened when the Sherriff's goons-in-uniform assaulted a peaceful assembly of permit-line observing folks, waiting for their court-ordered freedom of access to be restored.


Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Dallas Newspaper Tells Whopping Lies that Our Cameras Deny

Here's a video of Alex doing a walking monologue recapping the event assault at the scene of the crime, and interviewing his crew's eye-witness account; contrasting the documented multi-viewed video and live-stream record that millions of people saw in real-time, and the wretched Dallas press making up every twisted and slanted detail and angle in their report of their Sherriff's well-recorded, and reported, crimes.

No wonder The Big Lie is still popular among high ranking politicians in Dallas. If most good folks know the truth, but don't openly discount the bold-faced lies they're being force-fed, then the Lie gets street-cred it doesn't deserve, and politician's minions get more brazen enforcing it.


Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Listen to John Wells on Coast to Coast

who was there in Dallas on Friday:


Thanks for posting the link

I just noticed that you gave the link out before I did, but with a little more help finding where it starts and a little more of an intro, new folks might check into it more. What I posted above tries to do that, and thanks again for sharing what you found.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

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Title 42 §1983 lawsuit

I hope.


A local government is said to have an unconstitutional policy when it fails to train its employees, and the failure to train amounts to deliberate indifference to an obvious need for such training, and the failure train will likely result in the employee making a wrong decision.[28] An unconstitutional policy may also exist if an isolated action of a government employee is dictated by a "final policymaker,"[29] or if the authorized policymaker approves a subordinate's decision and the basis for it.[30] However, a supervisor can only be liable in his individual capacity if he directly participates in causing the harm--relying upon respondeat superior is insufficient.[31] The Supreme Court has rejected the notion that a plaintiff must meet a heightened pleading standard to state a claim against a municipality for an unconstitutional custom or policy.[32]



However, there is a lot of misinformation floating around like I heard someone yell in the video, "...public property is the people's property."
No its not, its the government's property.
We have got to learn civics if we are going to innovate our way out of this distopian nightmare.

What do you think

the government is, you remember a government by the people, for the people?

I know exactly what government is

Thank you for responding back to me, this reply is meant with the greatest respect for you but it may read as negative, it is meant to be constructive...
What you quoted was a line from lincoln's gettysburg address. It is not law. (Ironically, he gave that speech as he was conquering the south)
What I am going to give you are the undisputed facts about what government is. Your opinion of the below determines your place on the political spectrum.

1) Government a distinct militant entity that is separate from the individuals that compose society.
2) It is composed of the legislature and the army it hires to impose its will on society.
3) It claims the power to harm with legal impunity.
4) It does not work for you...it GOVERNS you. You must obey it, it has no obligation to obey you.
5) It has no obligation to provide anything to you and can take EVERYTHING from you, up to and including your life.
6) Corporations are created by government.

These are the legal facts and they are not pretty.

Thank you for your reply.

With the greatest of respect, let me give you my view on your list of statements. While they may be legal, the question is are they constitutional?

Government is only a distinct military entity because the people allowed it to become military. Nowhere in the United States Constitution does it authorize the federal government to create a standing army. Keep in mind the limitations placed on the federal government. The federal government can maintain a Navy, this is all that is authorized. We the people allowed the federal government to maintain and expand a standing army. Thomas Jefferson is rolling over in his grave.

Dwight Eisenhower warned about the military industrial complex in 1960. The American people weren't paying attention. What you state is true when the people allow the federal government to expand its power beyond the confines of the Constitution.

The federal government can claim all the power it wishes, it's up to the people to stand up and see to it the federal government stays within its bounds.

The federal government governs the states, to make regular those disputes within the states. It grabbed the power to place regulations on the people of the states and the people allowed it. The 10th amendment is quite clear, "the powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people." There are approximately 17 areas where the federal government can involve itself. You wouldn't know that looking at the behemoth its become. The people allowed this amendment to be ignored.

The only crime defined by the US constitution wherein the federal government can take a life is treason, with the structure in place to absolve or convict, called due process. Anything beyond treason is unconstitutional. The 16th and 17th amendments are unconstitutional. Where the people can modify or enhance the constitution by adding amendments, amendments that change the original constitution are unconstitutional. The federal government taxing the people directly is unconstitutional. Senators should not be voted on by the people, they should be picked by the legislatures of the states. The House represents the people, the Senate represents the states. We the people ignored this provision of the United States Constitution and now wonder why the legislative branch ignores us. I don't have to wonder why.

Corporations are created by successful people who have good ideas. The federal government has no authority to interject itself. There's nothing in the Constitution that gives the federal government the power. The authority under the commerce clause is to make trade among the states regular. Corporate, government partnerships lead to fascism. The people ignored this also.

As you may better understand my position at this point, I place a good deal of the blame on the people of the United States. They had the power to put the genie back in the bottle a while ago, and punted. We need to take responsibility for our own inaction.

I agree with your premise in that

ultimately the power lies with society. The moment they stop demanding governmental power is the moment it dies. It is my mission to expose governmental power for what it is, one person at a time if need be.

These are critical understandings, please consider them or keep the conversation going even if your first reaction is to deflect or disagree- I can substantiate each point.

To be very clear, the points are applicable to all governments and/or each government not just the federal government.

Government is a militant entity because it claims the power to make violence as it sees fit. It's "army" is the people the legislature employs to impose its will (not just the federal governments "army".)

"Corporations are not created by successful people with good ideas." Every part of this statement is false.
1.People (as in non governmental people) do not have the power to unilateraly declare that they possess limited liability. Which is why the government charters each corporation. Could you imagine if I could just declare that I can harm you and you can't sue me. That privilege is granted by government and is a degree of governmental power-the power to harm with legal impunity-which is an imagined power enforced with violence to begin with. (Also, I can give you a fascinating court case who's dicta goes over the difference between a corporation and an individual. Let me know and I will post it for you.)
2.Being successful or having a good idea is not a prerequisite for the government to charter a corporation.

The federal constitution in one compound sentence:
Art 1 sec 8 grants congress 17 specific powers while art 1 sec 9 and the first ten amendments restrict how those powers may be exercised.
All of your statements regarding the constitution are dead on. I can go over the court's justification for all that they do but it is weak legal reasoning and I want you to know that I agree with your assessment.
Have you read your state constitution? I'm willing to bet there is no enumeration of powers. Only a list of "rights" in line with the first ten amendments of the federal constitution.
Even agreeing with your constitutional analysis, it does not change the nature of governmental power(at all levels). a super minority (the legislature) claim the ability to harm society as it pleases with legal impunity. Even with constitutional provisions, this unnatural power must be exposed and the demand for it extinguished.
(also, under our current system, the judiciary are a part of government but that is not their origins nor is it a necessity.)
I have a logical proof for individual liberty if you would like to read it, I can post it.)

Let's stay with the federal government

for people who may be reading this discussion. I do not doubt what you are saying is true, I merely question the premise on which it is based. Corporations should not be granted limited liability by charter, by the federal government. If the product of a corporation, or business, or small business harms someone it should be the responsibility of the corporation, business or small business to make that individual whole. There's nothing in the United States Constitution that grants the federal government the authority to assure anyone they are beyond the power of the courts to settle disputes.

The people allowed this to happen when they did not challenge the authority of the federal government on this issue (or they weren't paying attention). While congress was removing the people's right to sue, the people remained silent. Enron is an excellent case in point. The reality is there is nothing in the United States Constitution that grants the federal government the authority to charter a corporation (with special privileges and limited liability).

When the federal government is exercising authority which is not granted by the United States Constitution, it is not going to regulate itself, it is the responsibility of the people to respond. I would be delighted to read your thesis on individual liberty, if you post it, I will read it.

Great I will post it

The article 1 section 8 clause that congress uses to charter corporations is: "To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this Constitution in the government of the United States, or in any department or officer thereof."

Again, and just to be clear, I'm not saying it's right- I'm just conveying what is.
I don't believe any individual or group has the rightful power to preemptively harm another with impunity. This power is a fabrication and is held in place by brute force and ignorance.

You still believe that fairy

You still believe that fairy tale?

Government is not us.

Simple Facts and Plain Arguments
A common sense take on politics and current events.


That's our own fault...

We were given a gift of the United States Constitution. We let people violate and work to destroy the Constitution and we did nothing about it.

It's time for the people to call the United States what it is, a republic, because what we see happening today is what a democracy looks like...


They sure have a lot of sheriffs. I thought a town only had one sheriff. What ever happen to 'deputies?' Now deputies are sheriffs?

I may be old fashion but I thought what makes someone what he was came from the inside and what you in turn represented? Isn't the sheriff supposed to represent "The Law?" The kind of 'clothes' someone wears does not make the person. The Law isn't just what some director says it's gonna be today.

'The Law' IS the Constitution isn't it, not some unknown, unnamed director in an office saying this'll be the law dejur.

Because: Some animals are more equal than other animals. -Animal Farm- What the? > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MTIwY3_-ks
Strike The Root: There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.

Flashing lights on a car do not always mean legal authority

What good father wouldn't warn his daughter or son to be wary of thieves who have been known to prey on unsuspecting folks by running flashing lights on the vehicles? Where no other lights allow a rear view identity, the only way to know would be prior knowledge of what light patterns are legitimate and therefor which are not.

Criminals have also preyed on people trust in uniforms and badges, to coerce the unsuspecting to submit to abuse, even taking their freedoms, and very lives.

Whenever law enforcement agencies fail to deal harshly and openly with corruption in their ranks, they dishonor all who are trying to uphold the public's trust, and establish an adversarial tension where good will and good faith are damaged and destroyed. It is much harder to rebuild than repair that trust whenever police crimes are known, go unpunished, or worse, are rewarded with higher ranking.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Alex Jones on tonight with John B. Wells, Coast to Coast AM

During the last two hours of the show tonight, "Alex Jones, will discuss the police intervention which took place at Friday's JFK rally in Dallas, Texas."

You can check for listings of your local channels and/or live listening links here: http://www.coasttocoastam.com/stations

For a preview of what to expect more of, here's John B. and AJ face to face on the streets of Dallas, Friday: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9kYYxTC03JE

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Found a YouTube channel that will play it when posted

Here is a way to not lose sleep, and play it whenever: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjEP3Z1FYMw&feature=c4-overvi...

I posted the Friday night show with each hour featuring a different JFK historians, starting with Jim Marrs, after a short news intro. When the AJ/Wells interview is posted, this channel will be where to find it.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Well that was disappointing.

Well that was disappointing. I thought I was going to get to see Alex Jones get punched.

What a dick!

Taking pleasure in seeing people assaulted.

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

Rights don't just apply to people you like.

Keep that in mind while you make a fool of yourself celebrating people being violated.


You are a sick individual if you enjoy watching peaceful demonstrators getting punched and shoved by thugs in cop uniforms whether or not you happen to agree with the demonstrators or not, and if one happens to be Alex Jones or not.

And for the rest of you, since you didn't see him actually get punched while the initial melee was transpiring he said something like, "I just got punched, that cop just punched me, unbelievable!"

We watched in horror the whole thing transpire. The camera men where getting shoved and knocked around while attempting to film the whole thing, so no, you didn't get to see who punched him or the fist to the stomach because of the camera angles. But there was no time for him to "make it up" during the crush, you just hear him say, "Hey, that cop just punched me!" or words to that affect.

You'll have to go to Ustream for the whole video. This is just an excerpt of it.

We Watched the Whole Live Stream

Unfortunately we don't have a job where we can take off and attend a protest rally in another state, so we have to watch.

For those of you that post against AJ, where the hell were you during this event? This was AJ's 3rd day outside in the bad weather with several hundred supporters/protestors.

He admitted he was wet and cold and miserable, several times, but stayed because the crowd wanted to go to Dealy Plaza.

The incident with the sheriff's thugs started just before the main show was to be over. He went into "over drive" for an hour interviewing many of those caught up in the incident.

I'm sure everyone's adrenaline was up after the incident and the cold, wet and miserable feeling gave many the staying power to continue with AJ.

You can make comments that beat up on AJ all you want, but he's the first to admit he's not perfect, he makes mistakes, but he's real and unscripted, unlike the stupid mainstream media.

At least he's exposing the corruption and right out there in their faces. He gets out and does something as much as he can, but you have to get out and do it too.

So go ahead and trash him... just brings him into the light from the darkness you want to keep him and others in.

When I first heard Alex Jones I thought he was INSANE.

Then I did my own research. About Pepsi using fetal cells for sweetener and all the other "crazy" things Alex talks about. He speaks the truth. Doesn't always get it correct but his track record is better than anyone in the MSM and his motives from what I can tell, are honest.
Thanks Marhlfld, you hit the nail on the head. I agree 110%.

This Video= ZERO evidence

This Video= ZERO evidence that someone punched Alex Jones. Maybe he did get punched but shit...this is the type of misleading information that we don't need. The video Luke Rudoski labels the video as "Cops start a fight at JFK memorial"....not Alex Jones gets Punched.

- Brennan


Someone down below said that Alex Jones helped PLAN the Second Amendment protest that he INFILTRATED & DISRUPTED. (that video is posted in one of my other comments)

Here is MORE PROOF that Alex Jones Disrupts a Peaceful Rally.

Alex Jones heard 'locals' were having a protest and you'll hear him admit that he had "just heard about this last night."

Will Anyone Refute this Now ?

Troll Alert!


"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

Sell your soul

Alex was invited by the organizers of the Alamo open carry protest and almost all in attendance were Alex jones fans , even a good percentage wearing infowars shirts, are you really serious or are you paid to comment on DP and other liberty sites



People's rights were violated and they were assaulted.

Whether you like Jones or not, this assault and violation of rights by the gov't is not ok.