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Comment: I agree with what most of you are saying

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I agree with what most of you are saying

I didn't see enough information in this post to personally believe execution would be appropriate but maybe I didn't get the full article.

It gets harder and harder to defend law enforcement these days but there is and always will be a handful of constitutional sheriffs and peace officers like myself who do this job for the right reason. I have found throughout my caterer that cops at least in Texas are inherently republican and so by default they claim to love the 2nd amendment. But I also feel that those same 2nd amendment lovers would be the first to show up at your door and confiscate your guns if the legislators told them to.

I know from experience that cops are engrained with the "us against them" mentality from early on in their careers. They weren't all born bad people they just got brain washed along the way. I found Ron Paul a couple years into my career in 2008 and it changed everything for me and the people around me who have been forced to listen to my teachings about the 4th amendment, drug raids, traffic stops, etc.

I have found over the past few years that a larger number of peace officers are waking up to what's going on. I have almost changed careers a few times because of my disgust over incidents like this that I read about and have personally seen myself. But I keep sticking around because of the fullfilment I get in being on the right side of the law when the opportunity presents itself.. Some of the newer guys run when they see me and my partner rolling up because they know they are about to get lectured on libertarianism and personal freedom. I try to teach them that when responding to a call for service they must side with whoever is constitutionally in the right and provide due process to whoever is in the wrong. And when it is unclear use common sense to problem solve. Always ask yourself before making an arrest or filing a charge, "how is my action going benefit my community as whole." Never consider how will it benefit the city council or my career.

There are those of us who are trying to fix the problem from within so don't start shooting just yet. You may hit one one of the good guys.. Keep filming! We see these videos too.. And most of us are apolled by what we see.

Law and liberty cannot rationally become the objects of our love, unless they first become the objects of our knowledge.

James Wilson