Q:Do you know what a pig's penis feels like inside of you, tickling your belly from the inside? For insulting me, you soon will.
bring it on little man syndrome.
Q:Drown the boys in blue in a pool of red.
i think public hangings are better suited for pigs like yourself.
BOSTON, MA — Warrantless bag searches at have become commonplace at travel checkpoints in Boston as concerns for Homeland Security have overridden citizens’ right to be free of unreasonable searches. Travelers are forced to “security inspections” of their handbags, briefcases, and other personal possessions.
Large signs indicate that public spaces under the authority of the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) are void of privacy rights. The first bullet point on one of the signs displayed the following:
For the protection and the security of the riding public, all persons choosing to use the MBTA transit system will be subject to security inspections of their handbags, briefcases, and/or other carry on items.
The signage goes on to claim that all persons will be stopped and searched and that declining a search will result in an order to leave the station. Those who object will be arrested and charged with trespassing — on public property — which could result in a $100 fine and up to 30 days in jail.
The Bay State Examiner published a video of one of the checkpoints, located in the Chinatown area, which was staffed by approximately half a dozen armed, badge-carrying checkpoint officers. Individuals from a group called “Defend the 4th” [Amendment] entered the subway station and asked the officers a few questions.
When an individual asked the checkpoint sentries whether they had warrants to conduct any of the bag searches, the leader grew annoyed and insisted that searching bags was legal and had been accepted as legal by the SJC (Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts). The officer then insisted he citizens move along or leave the station — located on public property.
Of course the courts have upheld warrantless searches in public; no one ever believed that a police state could be erected without the complicity of all three branches of government. The courts have tolerated a constant erosion of essential rights for a long time. The enforcers bypass critical questions about their oaths by passing off their constitutional responsibilities to another branch of government.
But we must ask, if the 4th Amendment isn’t applicable on public property, where is it applicable?
The signs and the literature explain that the checkpoints have been installed because of concerns raised by Department of Homeland Security. Searching purses and luggage is the government’s solution to combating terrorism.
Yet isn’t the subversion of liberty exactly what a true terrorist would wish upon his enemies? Isn’t the existence of checkpoints across the USA an indication that the “terrorists” have won?
And what effectiveness do these checkpoints have at stopping an attack? Would any committed terrorist be imbecilic enough to walk up to a bunch of cops in yellow vests and hand over evidence that would lead to his conviction?
Cops across America really don’t want you to jaywalk. In San Diego they doled out 328 tickets (on a single day!), in New York they bloodied an 84-year-old who crossed against a red light, and in Austin they jailed a jaywalking jogger.
Austinites responded to the incident with outrage, and Chief Art Acevedo reacted to their outrage with outrage of his own. “In other cities there’s cops who are actually committing sexual assaults on duty,” said Acevedo. “So I thank God that this is what passes for a controversy in Austin, Texas!”
And sure, jaywalkers in LA get stuck with $200 tickets, and entrepreneur Peter Shankman’s offense of jogging in New York’s Central Park before 6:00 a.m. could cost him as much as a thousand bucks, but it’s important to remember that jaywalking crackdowns are all about keeping pedestrians safe. They definitely have nothing to do with raising revenue.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -
DPS troopers are investigating an officer-involved shooting that happened near 82nd & I-27 around 5 a.m. Sunday morning.
DPS representatives say it started as a routine traffic stop. A trooper stopped a 4-door Cadillac with three people inside. The driver failed to identify himself and was placed under arrest. DPS says the driver fought with the trooper as she tried to arrest him and was shot.
The driver was transported to UMC and later pronounced dead.
DPS is blocking off the access road as far down as 98th Street, so if you’re headed north on I-27 you’ll want to avoid this area.
China: “Violent Government Thugs” Beaten To Death By Angry Crowds After They Killed A Man Documenting Their Brutality
At least 4 Chengguan, the most hated police-inspectors in China, were beaten to death by angry people in Cangnan County of Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province (located in the industrial southeast), after they killed a man with a hammer. The police-inspectors hit the man with a hammer until he started to vomit blood, because he was trying to take pictures of their violence towards a woman, a street vendor. The man was rushed to hospital, but died on the way.
Thousands of angry people took to the streets, surrounded the police-inspectors in their van, attacked them with stones, bats, and beat them to death. People were shouting that the police-inspectors be killed on the spot for what they did: “Kill them! Kill them!”
These police-inspectors are notoriously violent, are rarely investigated or punished for their crimes, and are terrorizing people making a living. The Chengguan, which are a special combination between regular police and state inspectors, are called “violent government thugs” in China, thousands of them are on the state payroll in at least 656 cities. In July 2013, they beat to death a man and almost killed his wife, for trying to sell watermelon they had grown on their land. The crime of the Chengguan police sparked riots in the province of Guizhou.
It’s not clear what happened, though, but the responsibility for murdering the bystander taking pictures lays with the Chengguan. Among people there circulates a version of the events that claims that the police-inspectors hired some men to beat the bystander up after he tried to film them. The police-inspector ran so he could not be accused of being related to the murder. Apparently these Chengguan police proceed like this every time they meet people attempting to document or stop their violence.
Numerous police troops were deployed to disperse the crowds, but people kept protesting and demanded that media report what happened. Police used tear-gas and fired warning shots in the air, but could not control the angry crowds, which kept growing.
The images are very brutal. The woman lying on the street is the one abused by the Chengguan police. The dead men in the bus and beside it are the Chengguan police.
Similar police violence against workers and street vendors led to at least two insurrections against the state back in 2011.
All cops are lying ass pigs.
===A federal lawsuit on Thursday accused five police officers from Chicago and Glenview of conspiring to lie under oath at a court hearing late last month, only to be caught by a judge after a video taken from a squad car contradicted their testimony.
The lawsuit alleged that the incident exposed a broader “policy and practice” by Chicago police “to pursue wrongful convictions in drug cases through untruthful testimony.”
“The biggest casualty in the war on drugs is the truth,” attorney Jon Loevy told reporters at a press conference at his Near West Side office.
“All officers lied on the stand today. … All their testimony was a lie. So there’s strong evidence it was conspiracy to lie in this case, for everyone to come up with the same lie. … Many, many, many, many times they all lied,” a transcript quoted the judge as saying.
The lawsuit named the city of Chicago and Village of Glenview as defendants in addition to the five officers.
A young man, who was lawfully carrying his rifle, was held at gun point while the cavalry was called in. His 7 month-pregnant wife was told to lay down on the ground while filming as well.
It is imperative gun owners understand the war on gun rights will not relent unless they collectively and peacefully assert and exercise their rights. As one of the signers of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, Benjamin Franklin, stated, “We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.”
The incident starts around 2:30 in the video. Tax payer money well spent…..
Read more at http://thefreethoughtproject.com/q-cops-illegally-disarm-man-open-carrying/#q6dJWhyQ8mWOI4t9.99