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  • #50747
    Copy_cat
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    The Staten Island man who took the cellphone video seen around the world of a cop killing Eric Garner with a chokehold said Thursday the grand jury was rigged.

    “I think they already had their minds made up,” Ramsey Orta told the Daily News a day after the panel voted not to charge Officer Daniel Pantaleo with a crime.

    “I feel like it wasn’t fair at all,” he said. “It wasn’t fair from the start.”

    See video of Eric Garner death.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMcBh3KCVO4

    What if the public knew about the very worst human rights offenders, institutional psychiatry ???

    A mental health “patient” is killed while being restrained. No one is punished. No large protests or media attention.

    Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’intrate -Abandon all hope, ye who enter here . Video below.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxpf0OLk4qU

    I have to keep the focus on psychiatric brutality , killings and crimes, there are enough activists fighting police brutality.

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    #50749
    Copy_cat
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    Excessive use of face down restraint in mental health hospitals

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJQy0IoAtOU

    #50750
    Copy_cat
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    Mental health “patients” don’t have cell phones to record what happens behind psychiatric locked doors.

    #51098
    Copy_cat
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    #51502

    Two NYPD officers assassinated by gunman:

    http://foxct.com/2014/12/20/watch-live-nypd-update-on-two-officers-assassinated-in-ambush/

    Is this what we’ve come to in our society?

    Duane

    #51518
    Copy_cat
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    [quote=51502]Two NYPD officers assassinated by gunman:

    http://foxct.com/2014/12/20/watch-live-nypd-update-on-two-officers-assassinated-in-ambush/

    Is this what we’ve come to in our society?

    Duane
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    Yep its happening. People are pissed off.

    police state

    “Never in the civilised world have so many been locked up for so little.”—“Rough Justice in America,” The Economist

    Why are we seeing such an uptick in Americans being arrested for such absurd “violations” as letting their kids play at a park unsupervised, collecting rainwater and snow runoff on their own property, growing vegetables in their yard, and holding Bible studies in their living room?

    Mind you, we’re not talking tickets or fines or even warnings being issued to these so-called “lawbreakers.” We’re talking felony charges, handcuffs, police cars, mug shots, pat downs, jail cells and criminal records.

    https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/john_whiteheads_commentary/were_all_criminals_and_outlaws_in_the_eyes_of_the_american_police_state

    The accelerating rate of incarceration over the past few decades is just as startling as the number of people jailed: in 1980, there were about two hundred and twenty people incarcerated for every hundred thousand Americans; by 2010, the number had more than tripled, to seven hundred and thirty-one. No other country even approaches that.

    #51519
    Copy_cat
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    Our lives don’t matter to them. Big time cop union lawyers let them get away with anything.

    This Is What Happened to Kelly Thomas

    police state

    Warning this is a nasty video, if your not up to it don’t click.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1po6Sic5lOU

    Kelly Thomas Beating Trial – VERDICT

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLgB5NPj75A

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    #51523
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    Cleveland’s troubles began in 2008, when a police roadblock went up in her neighborhood. She soon received several tickets for driving without insurance and without a license. “I knew it was wrong,” she told me, but she had to take her son to school and to travel to work. When she was unable to pay her fines, a judge sentenced her to two years of probation with Judicial Correction Services, a for-profit company; she would owe J.C.S. the sum of two hundred dollars a month, with forty of it going toward a “supervision” fee. Cleveland considered the arrangement a reprieve.

    The first year, Cleveland regularly reported to the J.C.S. office with cash in her purse, whatever she could put together, handing it to a woman in a crisp collared shirt, who she assumed was working for the state. But she quickly fell behind on payments, in part because her weekly cash deliveries sometimes went solely to covering the company’s supervision fee. She had lost her full-time day-care job the previous winter, after the local Hyundai plant cut workers’ hours, and employees stopped dropping their kids off each morning. Cleveland was broke. Instead of hiring someone to fix the holes in her bedroom walls, caused by shifting prairie soil beneath the house’s foundation, she stuffed towels in the cracks to keep out the cold. In early 2012, she turned over nearly all her income-tax rebate—some two thousand dollars—to J.C.S. But by that summer her total court costs and fines had soared from hundreds of dollars incurred by the initial tickets to $4,713, including more than a thousand dollars in private-probation fees.

    For much of the previous year, a J.C.S. officer had warned Cleveland that her probation would soon be revoked and her name placed on what Cleveland called the “jail list.” As she looked for full-time work, she rented an empty room in her home to an elderly stranger with dementia, and sifted through neighbors’ trash for soda cans to cash in at the scrap yard. For months, she felt hopeful that she could fend off a reckoning.

    Read more http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/06/23/get-out-of-jail-inc

    #51524
    Copy_cat
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    [quote=51502]Two NYPD officers assassinated by gunman:

    http://foxct.com/2014/12/20/watch-live-nypd-update-on-two-officers-assassinated-in-ambush/

    Is this what we’ve come to in our society?

    Duane
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    Your profile says you are 75 years old meaning you have seen a hell of a lot more than I ever have. I wasn’t even born yet when all the civil rights stuff in the 60’s went down.

    What do you think is going to become of all this ?

    #51535

    I’m not sure whose profile says they’re 75, but it’s not mine.
    I’m in my late 50s.

    What’s going to become of this?
    That’s entirely up to us.

    I’m for putting an end to all this hatred.
    Including hatred of police.

    Duane

    #51550
    Copy_cat
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    [quote=51535]I’m not sure whose profile says they’re 75, but it’s not mine.<br>
    I’m in my late 50s.

    What’s going to become of this?<br>
    That’s entirely up to us.

    I’m for putting an end to all this hatred.<br>
    Including hatred of police.

    Duane
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    I’m for putting an end to all this hatred…

    Me too.

    This is starting to remind me of that episode in the original star trek where that thing wanted everyone to fight to just feed off the energy of it.

    See if I can find it.

    got it its called “Day of the Dove”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVb-WiricB4

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    #51551
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    #51612
    boans
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    It’s interesting that these police executions of citizens have been going on for a long time. The game has changed a little with the new technologies, we now get to see first hand what has been going on for a long time. I live in the hope that people who are subjected to the vicious brutality that is forced psychiatry begin to gather some footage too.

    There are some habits that people in these positions of power develop, and in the heat of the moment tend to forget that they may be being observed. There is a window of opportunity at present, that will pass.

    I say it will pass because I have spoken to a police officer who has explained to me how to get around the cameras which are installed in police vehicles if they wish to avoid any liability for what they do. new methods of executing those they wish to will be developed and it will be back to business as usual.

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