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Elderly Man Calls Ambulance for Wife with Dementia, Cops Show Up and Beat Him

Melissa Melton
The Daily Sheeple
April 19th, 2014
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It seems more and more these days that if you think a loved one is in danger in America, calling the cops should be your absolute last possible resort.

Missourian Elbert Breshears recently called for an ambulance because his elderly wife, who suffers dementia, had endured an episode and knocked a window out of their home.

According to ABC affiliate KSPR33 and unfortunately for Breshears, the cops showed up before the ambulance did:

“The wife and I were standing about here, that’s the window she knocked out. I was standing here holding her hand and she was wavering hollering help,” Breshears said.

When police got there,”police car drove up, he bailed out ran over and knocked me down. He told me to get up, I told him I couldn’t,” he explained.

That’s when Breshears says police got aggressive. “First thing, I know they grab me, threw me out there on the gravel. One of them sat down on my back, the other sat down on my head. They were trying to get handcuffs on me. I told them I can’t get my hands up. I have no objection to being handcuffed,” says Breshears.

By then paramedics arrived. Breshears says he and his wife were taken to the hospital. A doctor looked him over. “He dug out the gravel out of my head and sewed my head up,” he says.

Who are these cops? Who do they think they are? Who exactly do they think they’re serving and protecting??

It’s as if they are under the impression that their job on every call is just to show up at an address and either beat up or tase or shoot someone without actually ascertaining what’s even going on first.

Last month I reported on the parents of an Arapaho teen who called the cops because they were afraid their son might harm himself. The police showed up and harmed him instead, shooting him seven times and killing him. That kid wasn’t alone either; a similar story happened earlier this year to the parents of a North Carolina teen. That kid was barely 90 pounds and probably couldn’t have even hurt himself that badly to begin with, let alone hurt the well-armed police officers who showed up and ended his life.

Last year I reported on how an unarmed car wreck survivor was gunned down in the street as he was running to the cops for help.

We live in a country where the police are highly militarized and approximately 500 innocent Americans are killed by them every single year; based on the frequency of these reports, that number is set to rise.

“I don’t hit my wife. I’ve lived with the woman for 47 years. I love the woman. I can’t help what she does,” says Breshears.

Breshears’ wife is in the hands of professional care right now out of Humansville. He is working on getting her help a little closer to home here. He is also working on getting an attorney and plans to press charges. (source)

And you know who ultimately pays the price when all these police brutality lawsuits get filed? The taxpayers who pay these officers’ salaries, that’s who. The officers themselves hardly ever get anywhere close to anything most of us would consider actual punishment.

Case in point?

Deputy Micah McNinch pulled over a man in the middle of the night as he was rushing his sick mother to the hospital. The woman was in the back seat, having trouble breathing.

McNinch pulled over the man for having expired tags. They were a mile from the hospital.

Instead of escorting the man and his mother to the hospital so the woman could receive medical attention right away and sorting out the ticket later, the officer kept them there and continued to write it.

The woman died. Over a ticket for expired tags.

The kicker?

McNinch was punished in only the way cops whose actions lead to an innocent person’s death get punished: one whole day without pay.

It’s as if America has fallen prey to unmitigated thuggery.

Oh wait. It has.

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Contributed by Melissa Melton of The Daily Sheeple.

Melissa Melton is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes, a site that offers teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we find ourselves living in. Melissa also co-founded Nutritional Anarchy with Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper, a site focused on resistance through food self-sufficiency. Wake the flock up!

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  • matism

    Do you know where the “Law Enforcement” live in your AO? Have you made plans to deal with them appropriately in accordance with their very own Rules of Engagement?

    • knotjammin2

      Well stated!!

    • Thomas Parker

      Area of operations, I get it. When you begin operations, why don’t you try this trick perfected by the Black Panthers in the sixties. Call in a fake criminal tip at a location with good field of fire. When the pigs show up, smoke ‘em! Almost fool-proof.

    • http://www.whyisthesubsinking.com Tim Brown

      PARKER is obviously a gov’t revenuer , stirrin’ up da pot to gather evidence

  • knotjammin2

    These thug cops are enjoying pushing innocent civilians around but that’s only because we haven’t retaliated. Yet!! We’ll see how brave they are when there is push back of equal or greater force. Their cowards.

    • NVN777

      Yet? How about NEVER with you fat dumb Amerikans .

      • knotjammin2

        Your just another jerk that speaks poorly of the USA while suckling The USA taxpayer teat. Your just another jealous loser. Get a job!!

        • NVN777

          Sorry to spill your bean fat man but I work and don’t need welfare like you fat slob.

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          • NVN777

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  • ZombieStomp

    What the hell is wrong with these employees? This is glaringly perverse, awry, and out of order.

  • CharlesH

    When a few well armed militia start paying back some lawless “law enforcement officers” things will change drastically. Whats good for the goose is good for the gander.

  • Thomas Parker

    Right on brother! Smoke the pigs!

  • http://www.whyisthesubsinking.com Tim Brown

    Private prosecutions MUST be reinstated, the pukes called prosecutors/persecutors P’sOS are in the rear end of the IMF / World banksters.

    The current best approach is a COMMERCIAL LIEN

    http://educationcenter2000.com/remedies-in-commerce/affidavit_of_obligation.pdf

    http://lien.fmotl.com/

    http://freedom-school.com/law/commercial_liens4bonding.htm

    for a few fun examples / teachings

  • http://www.whyisthesubsinking.com Tim Brown

    trap doors, leg breakers under private conveyance at the flip of a switch, radio jammers, fun things to ponder

    • Thomas Parker

      Punji sticks, landmines, piano wire at neck height for motorcycle cops, I’ve got a few books on this if you want to borrow.

      • http://www.whyisthesubsinking.com Tim Brown

        no way mr g-man , revenuer
        PARKER is obviously a gov’t revenuer , stirrin’ up da pot to gather evidence, then raid your C’esta que Trust and your bank account and your retirement, and your casa, and your kids, and your spouse, and your relatives, and the rest of your property while tossing you in the warehouse on falsified securities documents based on concocted probable cause and entrapment.
        Utilize NOW the 15 United States Statutes at Large/ Expat statute to rid yourself of the 666 trillion statutes you are currently liable to via your ignorance, and adhesion CONtracts you have unwittingly entered into

      • Joseph Lizak

        Okay Ho Chi Men send me one.

        • Thomas Parker

          Post your address.

  • GeorgeW

    Whatever happened to “innocent till proven guilty”?
    As it appears to me, the cops who commit these crimes against innocents are actually being rewarded for their actions.

  • Undecider

    All she needs is more cholesterol and natural fat in her diet. Dementia solved.

    • Witchwindy

      RSO does a better job.

  • metalious

    “When Did This Become This?”

    You do realize that the officers on the left are fictional characters in a TV show, right?

    • knotjammin2

      You do realize that Reed and McCoy were based on the average citizens view of a law enforcement officer of that era. Fact!!

      • metalious

        Oh bullshit. You have no idea what the real life average citizen thought. I grew up in Atlanta and all the cops there were fat, greasy rednecks.

        Adam 12 was propaganda. It was designed to portray cops, who were increasingly seen as racist, anti-social thugs (especially in LA where the show was set and produced), as saintly figures keeping law and order. As not “pigs”. Remember that?

        • knotjammin2

          So your one of the assholes that base all of your judgements on a city you grew up in that has totally failed because of the Black element. I grew up in the 60′s and 70′s and never came across a cop like you did. Then again maybe your worthless ass should have stayed in school instead of raping old women and being abused by your Atlanta cops. Go screw yourself!!!

  • Joseph Lizak

    I’ve dealt with cops in my area of Southern California due to a neighbors break in and a stolen truck. Both times the cops were considerate and polite. My only complaint is when you call them for something like that they take two days to show up. My point is not all cops a A-holes. I’m just telling you my personal experience that’s all.

  • Dan Sanders

    I told my close friend tonight, “I don’t think American Soldiers will fire on American Citizens; it will be the Police.”

  • Jo Brown

    Every single one of these thug cops who cause the death of an innocent person needs to be held accountable for that lost life and pay the ultimate price with his or her own life. The authorities themselves don’t do it, so where are the patriots who should be doing this service to their community?

    • knotjammin2

      Soon brother. Soon.

  • Josh

    Well he should have explained the situation to the officers properly and done whatever he was told without question. They’re not psychic; how on Earth do you expect them to know who you are and what’s going on if you don’t tell them?

  • OldPoorRichard

    The terroristic police state could probably be sustainable indefinitely at a slightly lower level, say the level in 2010. But as we “unwind” the war in Afghanistan, the war is coming “home” to roost with more and more war-addled, steriod-addicted thug enforcers arming themselves with their familiar weapons of war to be used against American citizens.

    The people are waking up, and standing up. That’s what happened at the Bundy ranch. He’s just a sore tax resister, not worthy of the support he’s received, but that support is changing the country.

    People have had enough of government bullying. And they demonstrated that a LARGE, PEACEFUL show of arms can cause the thugs to back off–not to prevent “loss of life” as they claimed, but to prevent loss of control of the media message. If there were just a few armed supporters, they’d have been murdered or captured and imprisoned for their lawful exercise of their First and Second Amendment rights. It’s because a LOT of people came that the people were successful against blatant tyranny.

    Bundy and Snowden get the credit for waking people up, even if their own actions were suspect. I don’t think Snowden himself is a hero for stealing classified information, but the world is a better place because of his action. The same is said for Bundy, I think he’s got no right to graze his herd on public land without paying the fees, but he’s opened people’s eyes to the government scheme of intimidation.

    When politicians take sides, it lets us see who the genuine threatening evildoers are, such as Harry Reid, Diane Feinstein, Pete King, Lindsey Graham.

    • Witchwindy

      I agree with much of what you said, however, I think the land Bundy was using to graze his cattle should have never been owned by, or even under the control of, the government, I’m pretty certain that in itself is unlawful. Also, I do think Snowden is a hero for releasing the info he has, and yes both situations have helped to wake some formerly half asleep people, not enough by any means but it is a start.

  • Thomas Parker

    Suggest you hire a lawyer and have him explain to you a few things.

  • FX ofTruth

    This is just a theater of war for the cops/paramilitary police.
    You are the enemy, always.
    They are trained to kill the enemy.
    You are a constant threat, always.
    They are trained to kill all threats.
    Call the cops if you want to die.
    At least with a criminal attack you can negotiate with them.
    Cops don’t negotiate they kill first then brag about it.

  • mr_bellows

    did anyone see what happened in China this weekend? RE: cops kill man with hammer, crowd kills four cops.

    Now that is real justice, unlike the corrupted justice we too often int the west, the people in the east seem to have the right ideas about what to do with traitors to the community, like killer cops and dual citizen politicians.

  • Sooriamoorthy

    Kill the cops, kill as as many cops as possible every day, every minute of your existence, you honest people.
    Cops are dirtier than shit and should all be exterminated.

  • Uncle_Meat

    These punks with badges know that their time is running out. Soon people will be hunting them, setting ambushes and even going to their homes in the middle of the night and exterminating their entire families. This happens every time in every fascist takeover. Read your History. These scumbags never learn and must be disposed of. There will be no pity.

  • tward3

    These pigs do not have a website nor do they have a phone number listed.
    Here is their address and phone number and fax number.
    Humansville Police Dept.Chief
    of Police Teddy J. Burt202 W. Buffalo St.
    P.O. Box 144
    Humansville, MO 656744177548110
    4177548276 fax

  • knotjammin2

    Your the typical couch coward. The number of ambush attacks on police in this country are up 62% in the past 18 months. You need to shut the f%ck up and stay on the couch you pansy!!

  • fredderf

    The only power any government has is the power to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren’t enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws.

    Ayn Rand
    Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/a/aynrand125008.html#vfw0yA5z3ljT73hL.99

  • NVN777

    And here you have Amerika going around preaching the world about freedom and democracy.
    Bwahahahahaha

  • Badger Badgerism

    FOR NOW ON WHEN COPS SHOW UP START SHOOTING

  • RE Hafner

    First, these candy ass cops are civilians and subject to the same laws as everybody else. The best way to hurt them is sue the hell out of the police force, throw out the prosecutors who support them and face them down with overwhelming numbers. Keep track of their addresses along with the addresses of politically correct judges. Mass marches on city hall will definitely get their attention. Remember we out number them and are better armed then they are. We control them, they do not control us and it’s about time that we shoved it up the out of control cops and politicians asses.

    • Witchwindy

      That’s a start. Also vote out EVERY incumbent politician at every level of government and never ever vote for a statist. Every new law they pass steals another unalienable right to liberty or steals our money, or both, NONE of them (since Ron Paul) honor their oath of office or recognize the Constitution’s limits on their power. Until we finally get politicians who DO honor their oath and the Constitution, keep voting out the incumbents, sooner or later they WILL get the message and we will restore a Constitutional government.

  • Witchwindy

    Rather than gunning them down we should imprison each and every one of them, permanently, they can take the cells of the people who are currently in prison for acts that did NOT violate other people’s rights (drugs, prostitution, gambling, etc.)

  • Witchwindy

    Well that is partially true, but it HAS gotten worse, in 65 cops weren’t killing people’s pets at the rate of one every 98 minutes, they weren’t dressing up in armor and using a battering ram on people’s doors, nor were they tossing flash/bang grenades in the cribs of babies or shooting/killing children in homes or playing in their yards with toy guns. All these things ARE happening now.

  • Witchwindy

    Unfortunately, you are correct, they’ll get a paid vacation, be exonerated of any wrongdoing, and be back on the job soon.

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