Comment: I asked my parents how

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I asked my parents how

I asked my parents how policing was 50 years ago, they responded that policing was contrary with today’s practices; for instance, they would drive someone home if they were drinking while driving, Today they slap you with a fine, ruining your life. Today’s policing has become the standing army the founder’s feared, where police run rampant, without care or diligence, tyrannizing the people.

This sad episode proves tyranny is alive and well in America; where police, without reservations, capitulate to their desire to control, leaving the citizens fearful. This police officer — rather, petty tyrant — should suffer as all murders suffer: with jail time. God awaits his fate! And only God will bring judgment down on this menace of humanity!

malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

I am an aristocrat. I love liberty; I hate equality. - John Randolph of Roanoke