Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Lunatic Policeman Assaults Local News Crew

A local news reporter, along with his Constitutional rights, was virtually pummeled by a rabid, power-tripping policeman, who is supposedly a "civil servant".

Why did he do this?

This is one of the more egregious attacks on the American press, especially since he was so physically abusive towards the reporter. An internal investigation is not enough; that policeman should be tried and imprisoned for assault.

He seems to think police have absolute control over non-police citizens, as police, by definition, are themselves regular citizens.

This is a disturbing trend toward a world more violent than George Orwell's "Nineteen Eighty-Four".

But, in this particular case, we must understand the circumstances:

If you watched the video all the way through, you will have seen a man in desert-style camouflage, which I took to be either National Guard or Army; it was then explained that Ft. Bliss soldiers were "heroes" in the traffic incident, rescuing the driver of the overturned vehicle.

Well, whoever ordered those troops deployed should also be incarcerated for violating the Posse Comitatus Act. (If you not quite familiar with that, double-click it.)

I don't think I would have been able to stop myself from tasing or pepper-spraying that policeman; he is a treasonous criminal.

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