Comment: Should consider this the "arrest warrant"

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Should consider this the "arrest warrant"

You should consider this the "arrest warrant", since after all that, they didn't bother to get one - and they needed it. So after 7 days of being a suspect without lawful ability to be detained for the bombings, they file something. It is exactly the separation of powers between the police - who can only arrest for crimes they actually see - and the judges - who issue arrest warrants - and for people's houses, search warrants - that prevents us from having a police state. Throw in the unlawful use of military and federal jurisdiction being used *in* a state, and this is how a military dictatorship looks like in any third world country. The police and military runs things and you have no rights.

This is a model for how any city in America will be shut down by the government, brought to you on America's birthday, with everyone knowing about it beforehand, happening right when Obama and Feinstein were trying to pass gun control.

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