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    Quote Originally Posted by Libertarian ForOur Future View Post
    I just want to applaud you for keeping up with this thread. I remember when you first created it, glad to see you're keeping up with it.

    To add more to this, I'll insert a few stories of my own:
    I try. I have recently acquired a new gf, so weekend posts are unlikely.

    Feel free to add as much as you like.
    Last edited by Wolverine; May 20 2013 at 12:59 PM.
    There is no love in Fear.

    Feminism is pretty much an all whites club pretending to be concerned with equal rights of racial minorities.

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    I was going to start a new thread, but figured I would keep this one going:

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (CN) – A woman died on a courthouse floor because Alabama sheriff’s deputies refused to give her her medicine – after arresting her for an old traffic ticket, the woman’s daughter claims in court.

    Ayunna Johnae London sued St. Clair County Sheriff Terry Surles, jail administrators Austin Nash and Terry Marcrum, Southern Healthcare Partners, and its employee Jennifer Eisel, in Federal Court.

    London claims her mother, Dwana Voncia London-Richardson, died gasping for breath in court after callous and unconstitutional treatment from the defendants.

    (Philadelphia, PA, May 20, 2013)— Activist advocate Shield Mutual has launched the Free Adam Kokesh Campaign in response to the US Park Police’s arrest of activist Adam Kokesh while speaking to a marijuana legalization rally on Saturday, May 18 in center city Philadelphia.

    A video on YouTube shows the US Park Police arresting Kokesh while he was speaking to the crowd. He is currently being held at the Philadelphia federal prison. “They just came after Adam and N.A. Poe, the organizer of Smokedown – the only two there out of hundreds present who were taken into custody,” said Michael Salvi, an observer of the rally.

    Last edited by Libertarian ForOur Future; May 21 2013 at 06:30 AM.

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    Out alone where no one can witness what we do? That's a beating!

    Last edited by BleedingHeadKen; May 21 2013 at 05:27 PM.
    The principle that the end justifies the means is, in individualist ethics, regarded as the denial of all morals. In collectivist ethics it becomes necessarily the supreme rule -F.A. Hayek.
    Statists see shortcomings in the marketplace as a reason for government to get bigger, but they rarely see any shortcoming in government as reason for it to get smaller.
    The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.-Albert Camus

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    Teenager Held on Terrorism Charges for exercising free speech

    Homeland Security Monitors Tea Party Protests at Chicago, Los Angeles, and St. Louis IRS Offices
    There is no love in Fear.

    Feminism is pretty much an all whites club pretending to be concerned with equal rights of racial minorities.

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    Man carrying umbrella that looked like sword arrested

    Read more: http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/M...#ixzz2U3vHRrcz

    Florida teen fights expulsion and criminal charges for same sex relationship
    There is no love in Fear.

    Feminism is pretty much an all whites club pretending to be concerned with equal rights of racial minorities.

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    Man Killed By FBI After Being Questioned About The Boston Bombings

    An FBI special agent shot and killed a man in Orlando, Florida, early on Wednesday morning, just hours after he was interrogated about the Boston Marathon bombings. The man, who was identified as 27-year-old Ibragim Todashev, was reportedly an acquaintance of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, who he met through the world of mixed martial arts. Like Tsarnaev, he was a Chechen-born Muslim, but only met Tsarnaev after moving to the United States. Todashev was shot shortly after midnight at an apartment complex about 10 miles from Walt Disney World, after FBI agents reportedly returned for a final interview.


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    California Police Kill Again, Hit Restrained Man In The Head At Least 10 Times With A Baton

    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A man taken into custody by the Sacramento Police Department has died, according to the police department.

    Video obtained by CBS13 of the arrest on the 8300 block of Folsom Boulevard shows a suspect being restrained by a male officer’s legs, while a female officer strikes him 10 times with a baton.

    According a statement from Sacramento Police Department, a man in his early 40s entered the Metro PCS store and made unintelligible statements to a female employee. She called 911 fearing for her safety. The man left the store, but went back in when officers arrived and attempted to barricade himself inside by trying to secure the front door.


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    Protecting Or Bullying? Cop Posing As Student Gets Autistic Kid To Buy Some Weed

    May 28, 2013 by Sam Rolley

    A scary trend in which cops infiltrate American schools and set up unassuming students for drug deals is emerging in the United States.

    Last week, the parents of a special-needs boy in Temecula, Calif., filed a claim against the local school district for “It is shattering to our son. I don’t know how he will ever be able to trust friends again,” Doug Snodgrass, the father of the student, told ABCNews.com “He is changed for life by this.”

    Snodgrass said his 17-year-old son, whose name has been withheld at the request of his parents, transferred to Chaparral High School, a public high school in Temecula, for his senior year. District discipline records from his previous school, Temecula Valley High School, “showed 10 discipline referrals” between August 2011 and May 2012, according to court records, but Snodgrass said the reason for the transfer was the family’s move to a different section of Temecula.

    He was placed into an art class at Chaparral where he met Daniel, who befriended him. Not having any friends, his father said, his son quickly latched on to Daniel.

    Snodgrass’ son began texting round the clock with his new friend, which at first thrilled his parents, happy that their son had made a new friend, Snodgrass said.

    What they didn’t know was that Daniel was an undercover police officer, who the family claims would pressure their son to procure drugs.
    helping “local authorities in an undercover drug sting that intentionally targeted and discriminated against their son.”.......
    The rest of the story: http://personalliberty.com/2013/05/2...buy-some-weed/
    Seem like a (*)(*)(*)(*)ing cop will do anything to get an atta-boy...........anything......an ything even befriending then betraying a special needs (autistic, no less) student.
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    Handicapped Texas Man Shocked To Death With Taser On Suspicion Of Drugs That Apparently Weren’t There

    May 29, 2013 by Ben Bullard

    Handicapped Texas Man Shocked To Death With Taser On Suspicion Of Drugs That Apparently Weren’t There

    A 350-pound asthmatic man was sleeping on the couch at his Fort Worth, Texas, home on May 16 when the cops showed up with a warrant to search his house. They were looking for cocaine.

    Jarmaine Darden had asthma severe enough that he wasn’t able to sleep lying down. He had to sleep sitting up. From Monday’s CBS DFW report, it appears Darden’s relatives were at his home when the cops showed up and let in the cops.

    That didn’t stop the “zero-tolerance” officers from immediately treating the situation like a standoff with a dangerous criminal. According to the victim’s mother:

    They physically pulled him off the couch because, like I said, he was asleep. They pulled him off the couch and they tried to put him on his stomach. He can’t breathe on his stomach. He don’t even lie on the bed on his stomach.

    He had his hands behind his back the whole time. But me and about five other people were hollering the whole time, ‘He cannot breathe like that. Please handcuff him on his side.’

    Instead, Darden’s brother said, the cops warned the victim that unless he hit the floor on his stomach so they could cuff him, he’d get hit with the Taser. He didn’t — he couldn’t — and then they used the Taser on him. Darden immediately started having trouble breathing. They used the Taser on him again. In total, cops used the Taser on Darden three times. Then, he stopped breathing. Shortly after the 4 p.m. “raid” was over, an ambulance came and took Darden to the hospital; compression CPR was administered on the way. But Darden never revived. His relatives, including his two teenage sons, are in shock.

    “He wasn’t resisting. He was actually trying to lay on his side, so they could handcuff him on his side, because that pressure on his lungs will cut off his air and he’ll stop breathing,” said Darden’s mother, who was at the scene. She told WFAA that she and other relatives kept pleading with the cops, “He can’t breathe like that — he’s not fighting you.”

    Darden had one drug conviction on his record and, as part of his probation, took — and passed — frequent random drug tests.

    In their incident report, police noted that Darden resisted arrest. Five others in the house were arrested, but there’s no mention of any drugs being found. And the only thing police are saying to the media is that they were “met with resistance” at the home.

    Darden’s death marks the fifth time someone’s died after being shocked with a Taser by Fort Worth police since 2001. The department settled with the family of one victim (a man who died after being shocked for an astonishing 49 seconds in 2009), paying out $2 million in an agreement that saw the offending officer keep his job without reprimand. The department admitted to no wrongdoing, despite the fact the death was ruled a homicide.

    it was anyone else's fault but the cops. I can't imagine what kind of party they had after they murdered this guy. Seems like they get a party and promotion after murdering innocent people.
    Libs would say, "Naw, This ain't no damned Police State. Just another anecdotal incident."

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    Not a police related issue, per say, but definitely a public officer that is supposed to protect children, not beat them up.

    School Safety Officer Caught On Camera Pushing Teenage Girl Down Stairs And Then Punching Her In The Face

    A member of the security staff at a Chicago school was caught on camera this week pushing a female student down a flight of stairs and then punching her in the face.

    Students at Dunbar Vocational Career Academy watched in amazement with cellphone cameras as the unnamed employee tried to interrupt an altercation between the teen and another student and lost his cool in the process.

    The victim, who was captured lying at the bottom of the stairs after her dramatic fall, was filmed rising to her feet and approaching the man again only to be punched in the face and sent tumbling back to the floor.


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