The nanny-state doing it's best work - does this chafe anyone else's chaf?
Are we not responsible for the consequences of our own actions?
Police Leave Warnings Inside Unlocked Cars On North Shore
If your car door was unlocked, or an officer spotted your GPS, wallet, or something important in plain view, you might have found a warning on your windshield in Beverly this weekend.
Any car doors they found unlocked they opened up and locked themselves for the owner. They admit they did get some angry calls from drivers — who left their keys inside their unlocked cars.
The police came and told us that waving signs could kill people because they could look at them. This cocky police officer asked if we had thought this out. We all looked at him weird. I guess only mega corporations can have signs on the side of the road. He also predicated it saying that he knew there was a first amendment but let us ignore it.
Needless to say we got moved. Thanks police state. I said we got the complete Ron Paul experience. It was fun.
Luke Rudkowski the founder of WeAreChangeNY attacked by NYPD while doing his work as a journalist covering Occupy Wall Street protest.
Watch & pass to others:
Journalist Luke Rudkowski was attacked by police Wednesday night while trying to document the Occupy Wall Street arrests in NY. NYPD used pepper spray, batons, and brute force to move protesters away from the entrance to Wall Street after many tried to push through police barricades. Rumors immediately circulated that police provocateurs dressed as protesters were to blame for the incident.
Found this on Anonnews and pastebin this morning
Greetings citizens of the world,
For over the past few days, we have seen our allies occupying New York City being seized in unlawful ways.
Shortly after a 4.6 million dollar donation by J.P. Morgan, the NYPD began planning and executing their aggressive and tactful mass arrest on the Brooklyn bridge which seemed more like entrapment from the eyes of many.
In solidarity with the ones arrested, we are publicizing private information on the associated bankers and officers.
When Ron Paul was asked about OccupyWall Street, he naturally defended the right to free assembly and speech. His concern was police aggression against peaceable citizens:
Imo, it's important for others to view this video in that it surprisingly (to me, anyway) appears to be an actual honest piece of media reporting. It's so different than the usual "news" we're given, that it captured my attention. O'Donnell speaks out against the police brutality that occurs in this nation every day! I can only wonder what motivated this broadcast. Thoughts?
Finally, someone in the MSM has taken the time to watch the videos taken by the general public, showing the police brutality on the protesters on Wall Street in New York City.
I put the #occupywallstreet in ‘quotes’ so that for those of you unfamiliar with the news, you can type into google or your search engine #occupywallstreet to get the latest from the people there in NYC and not the mainstream media.
Watch the videos here: http://www.freedividual.com/2011/09/27/mainstream-media-fina...
I rarely find anything that I could come close to agreeing with Lawrence O'donnell on. However, he hit the nail on the head tonight when talking about the police brutality at the Wall Street protests. I have to agree with 100% of what he said in this clip. Check it out!
I love the white collar cop who runs and maces them then runs away.
The police officers in the following article are being charged for the murder of the homeless man beaten to death by them.
One part of the many pieces of damning evidence against these abusers of force are the many portions of cell phone video taken by civilian witnesses to this atrocity.
The Indiana Supreme Court has affirmed its controversial ruling that Hoosiers have no right to ever physically resist police entry into their homes.
In a 4-1 decision, the state's high court said Tuesday the common law rule that "a man's home is his castle" cannot be used as a defense if a person is accused of attacking a police officer entering a home in an official capacity.
I know we are busy with money bombs and such ... but I just caught this video while watching the wall street protest live feed.
Besides being a great rap it is a compelling story. If you can please watch and throw some Ron Paul love to these guys by commenting and liking their youtube they will see that people are starting to wake up to this God aweful police state.
Here is the website http://justiceforjordanmiles.com/ for more info.
THESE COPS NEED TO GO TO JAIL
Gene Basler noticed police stopping speeders down the road and went to investigate. This is what happend. Stay tuned to http://www.copblock.org for a post by Gene.
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