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Monday, June 13, 2005

Crime report distracts attention from law enforcement malfeasance

The ruse DoJ has is to pretend "there are no problems" when dealing with law enforcement.

Small problem. DoJ is designed to protect its own not the public.

The latest propaganda is some very poor spin.

The current line of thinking goes like this: "The public doesn't face that much violence from police, so there's no problem."

Small problem. The public is regularly given misleading information by law enforcement about "what constitutes a crime". This means the public with a valid complaint is dissuaded from filing a report.

The numbers are in valid. Law enforcement lies all the time.

It is curious how much time they spend trying to identify those who have 42 USC 1983 claims. Law enforcement will even go so far as to discuss ongoing investigations with perpetrators of crime in order to identify informants who have information that may be adverse to law enforcement interests.

Remember, if you are dealing with law enforcement, you are dealing with people who lie all the time. They fabricate evidence. If you want to read more, read about what they did in NYC to the RNC demonstrators. Evidence was made up. [ More . . . ]

Before they cause you problems, take the time to prepare. Be on your guard. They are not to be trusted. They have already shown at Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib what they will do: Abuse people.

Don't take the bait on their nonsense about "there is no problem." They spend alot of time creating the impression there is "no problem" because the problem is pervasive: Malfeasance, incompetence, and non-sense excuses not to do their jobs.

They bear close watching with civilian oversight boards.

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