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Friday, September 24, 2010

Without Rule Of Law: An Episode Following The 4/19 Rally

Read the details at Restore The Constitution.

And someone put a call into Xochitl Hinojosa in the Civil Rights Division of DOJ.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

My blood is boiling after reading this account of gun confiscation in Tennessee.

This is classic WOROL! This is where we are and Oath-Keepers and RTC rallies won't fix it....can't fix it. We are too far down the road to despotism. This is a prime example why I did not and will not attend such futile parades. I have been on the receiving end of this type of thuggery and do not want to ever face it again....unless I am shooting these traitors down like the yellow dogs that they are.

Who do these fucking goons think they are? They think they are the professionals, the "only ones" who should be owning or carrying guns.

Some advice for Mr Howley:
#1--NEVER, EVER, I MEAN NEVER, SPEAK TO THE POLICE. They are not your friend. They do not respect your rights. They will use everything you say to make your life a living hell.

#2--NEVER KEEP SALES RECEIPTS FOR A GUN WITH THE GUN, ESPECIALLY WHEN TRAVELING. This creates a license to steal and it will only come down to your word against the "honorable" men and women who "put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe" (I want to vomit every time I hear that garbage).

#3--LEO's view mere mundanes (that is you and me, fellow citizen)with great contempt when we speak of civic duty to assist them.

When the shit hits the fan, and cops are taking heat from real criminals, I won't lift a finger to assist. They made this mess and they can now rely on themselves to fix it. They are the ones who have driven this wedge between us and them. They can suck eggs out of a rooster's ass before they get any help from me.

What this pack of highway robbers are betting is that you won't spend the time, energy, money and other resources to come back to fight and collect your property....all the way from Colorado.

How does it feel to be rolled by criminals with badges?

September 24, 2010 at 8:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Officer Loftis then asked with no probable cause, if I had any drugs or weapons in the car"

Correct answer: I do not consent to a search of my vehicle.

Restoring the Constitution begins with simple actions such as this, as does simply living and behaving like a free man (with or without the parchment).

September 24, 2010 at 9:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also posted this at the WOG site

This is my issue with States Rights. As soon as you cross that line on the map you are now a criminal. Since each State is not a separate nation unto itself how can this be??? How many people sit down and read all of the laws for each state they will be traveling through??

Futhermore this story amplifies the point that we will be picked off one at a time.

The law is whatever the officer wants it to be right at that moment. The burden is placed upon you to prove the existence of such law. In the mean time your property and freedom have been stolen. The act of walking down the sidewalk in your own neighborhood is all that is needed to place you in prison for the rest of your life. Once you have been targeted by the police your are screwed!!!! Protest and you get beaten and tased. Once you've been beaten and tased the long list of charges can be filed against you. Once in prison and you defend yourself then your fate is sealed.

Police have the absolute ability to pass life or death judgement over you in an instant. Any infraction is punishable by instant death. Erik Scott is a perfect example.

The American citizen is the enemy in the eyes of LEO. American citizens have no standing when in the presence of the police. You are not equal to an officer of the law.

We are to be punished by the police because it has been drilled into their heads by their superiors.

How many women are molested yearly by these animals in state issued costumes?? How many are molested in the presence of their husbands under the guise of law?? How many are molested with the intent of daring their husbands to react????

Newark, Ohio

September 24, 2010 at 9:46 PM  
Blogger Pat H. said...

As I pointed out over at Restore the Constitution, the officer violated several federal laws at the felony lever by his actions.

First, the Safe Passage provision of the Firearms Owners Protection Act, prohibits exactly the act perpetrated by the THP officer.

Second, the officers action violated USC Title 18, Section 241, a civil rights offense that carries felony punishment provisions.

We need to make sure the THP thug gets appropriate punishment for his error, one way or another.

I'm forwarding this to the appropriate individuals.

September 24, 2010 at 10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This abuse of authority by law enforcement is ongoing across this country. The local district attorney's support the action of the cops. It's one big group of "good ol' boys". It won't end until the shit hits the fan.

Remember. NEVER, EVER trust ANY one with a badge. NEVER.


September 24, 2010 at 11:07 PM  
Anonymous Rhodes said...

This is a clear case of not having read and understand the basic tenets of dealing with the state's police. In fact Ive never seen a more instructive case.
1. Get a warrant
2. Stop talking

How hard is this to remember?

September 24, 2010 at 11:30 PM  
Anonymous Defender said...

Oh, this is so bad as to almost be beyond WORDS.
Is it becoming necessary to travel in convoys, with units overwatching in case of enemy action? The cop didn't know the laws but decided he'd take a whack at it. Why have an academy? Why even have training at all? Just put badges in gumball machines.
The laws on window tint are for RESIDENTS OF THAT STATE. If everyone with Florida plates and 90% black tint were pulled over here in Virginia where you can only have 60% (for "officer safety," and heat damage be damned), hardly anyone would pass through unmolested. And molestation was what it was.
Another PR disaster for law enforcement. Every-freaking-where can be New Orleans.

September 25, 2010 at 2:03 AM  
Blogger Dedicated_Dad said...

I could scream.

What I have to say won't fit in this "comment" blank so I'll have to put it on my blog.



September 25, 2010 at 4:21 AM  
Anonymous Defender said...

Usually in these cases I think about emailing the head of whatever agency, the governor and the tourism bureau about a boycott. Now I've thought about how little concern my opinions receive within my own state.
Odds are that someday I'll come across an officer down. Car crash, shooting, whatever.
If I call 911 and report his position, that COULD be "illegal monitoring of a law enforcement officer" under wiretapping laws.
If gas is leaking and sparks are sparking and I pull him from the vehicle, that COULD be abducting an officer. If I open the car door to do it, that COULD be breaking and entering and trespassing on government property.
Maybe by even slowing down to look I've broken the "emergency stopping only" law. It's not MY emergency.
If I am a medical professional and administer first aid and painkillers, that COULD be illegal possession, transportation and distribution of drugs, maybe even COULD be battery on a police officer. How do they know -- how does the state even know -- my license is valid, that the pain meds aren't stolen, that I'm not trying to poison him? COULD be attempted murder, first degree premeditated.
If they can make it up as they go, so can I. It's just not worth the risk to get involved.
Is there a Good Samaritan law that requires at least offering aid? I'll roll down the window as I slow down a bit and yell "I am offering aid." Then I'll speed up again, careful not to exceed the posted speed limit.
I won't watch the news or read the paper to see how he made out. With all this stuff going on, Nightline, 20/20 and the others are using their weekly hour to report on bigamist scam artists and domestic murder cases 20 years cold.

September 25, 2010 at 4:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What part of don't talk to cops is hard to understand and implement? Yes sir, no sir, have a good day sir and I'm on my way home.

Less said best said as granny used to say.

September 25, 2010 at 4:45 PM  
Blogger daniel said...

No nonviolent method can solve the bigger problem here.

Dan Almond
RTC founder

September 25, 2010 at 5:22 PM  
Anonymous Mark Matis said...

I concur with Dan Almond.ppr

September 26, 2010 at 3:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is correct, Dan. We are too far down the road for a peaceful way out of this mess.

It won't be us that starts it but it will be a long bloody fight to end it.

LEO's have been given plenty of opportunity to come clean and cull the evil-doers, rogues and oath-breakers. They have instead chosen to protect their "brotherhood". Their inaction will be the root of their undoing.
LEO's have become nothing less than thugs protected by union contracts and the blue wall of silence.


September 26, 2010 at 4:24 AM  

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