Monday, March 24, 2014
KIlled in Jerkwater, USA. For vagrancy.
Some real he-men Rambo hunters with badges find him.
They want to serve him a citation for illegally camping.
Instead, they murder him.
This is what cold-blooded murder by the police looks like.
It was in southern New Mexico that the police sodomized an innocent citizen and made him submit to three enemas--all without a warrant--because they thought he might have drugs. Just a random traffic violation, biz had been slow and this guy might have had drugs.
Outside of Taos, we still remember the video of state police firing on a minivan that had kids inside over an alleged speeding ticket.
As New Mexico voted blue the last two presidential elections, we have elected to not only not travel to the Land of Enchantment (better change their state slogan) and spend our money, but cancelled plans for buying acreage outside of Cloudcroft to build a cabin.
Law enforcement in New Mexico has never enjoyed a stellar reputation to begin with.
I used to think it couldn't get worse.
Leave it to the Albuquerque Police Department to prove me wrong.
Note to Law Enforcement: One day, the American citizen as a whole is going to wake up and decide to view you, the police, as you seem to view us--a crime waiting to happen. In doing so, the American citizenry will deal with you, under those terms, the exact same way you deal with the citizenry.
Shoot first. Make up a story. Move on. Repeat.
Law Enforcement? You have no one to blame but yourself.
Posted by An Ordinary American at 6:00 AM