Police Brutality is Sweeping the Nation: RELEASE US from the Police State

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500 innocent Americans are murdered by police every year (USDOJ). 5,000 since 9/11, equal to the number of US soldiers lost in Iraq.

In 1994 the US Government passed a law authorizing the Pentagon to donate surplus Cold War era military equipment to local police departments.

In the 20 years since, weaponry designed for use on a foreign battlefield, has been handed over for use on American streets…against American citizens.

The “War on Drugs” and the “War on Terror” replaced the Cold War with billions in funding and dozens of laws geared towards this new “war” against its own citizens.

This militarization of the police force has created what is being called an “epidemic of police brutality” sweeping the nation.

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  • GrandpaSpeaks

    It is worse than I thought. We are late to the gate.

  • Hammerun

    Imagine what would be happening if they disarmed us. Think about that for a second.
    There exists a way to get somebody to rethink their actions.
    The Chris Dorner solution. Look at what just one motivated individual did.
    One guys actions threw multiple law enforcement agencies into a tizzy.
    Just “one” guy. Multiply that by a hundred, a thousand.
    Politicians would retire, or stay out of sight and law enforcement would revert back to peace officers.
    To think “all” law enforcement is involved in this type of behavior and mentality would be incorrect and would be a grave mistake on our parts.
    The willingness for an agency to weed the bad apples out are solely on that agency.
    So long as these actions are approved and swept under the rug as they occur, they will continue. Only when an agency is forced to pay a price, only then will policy change.
    Look at Fullerton, California. That town is out of control. The cops beat that guy to death, on camara. There’s no getting out of that one. And things are a changing and fighting all the way. Plus the fact his father is a retired Sheriff.

  • braveheart

    Howdy Hammerun and I agree wholeheartedly. I really wish the “Chris Dorner” method could be avoided, but I recognize the day nis fast approaching when we’ll have no other choice. It’s high time to start resisting rogue cops who engage in criminal behavior. Next time a SWAT team raids a home they need to be taken out. when they start paying a price in lives lost because of stupid, illegal, unconstitutional, and unjustifiable actions, then hopefully they’ll start singing a different song and change their tactics. Anyone who wants to force their way into my home [I don’t care what you’re wearing] has to expect resistance. I won’t submit to anyone with bad intentions toward me. I don’t care who you are.

  • kennyj

    Hmm. braveheart. Really! Next time a SWAT team raids any home? What if it is a legitimate drug warrant or barricaded person that has been on a shooting spree? Perhaps we can do away with all police in the country. Doctors and Lawyers have broken the law before. Maybe we could do away with them. A guy sold me a bad used car once, maybe we could do away with all car dealers. Had bad service at a restaurant, maybe some wipe you hamburger on their shoe. Let’s do away with them. Yes you are brave. I hope you don’t make a mistake, maybe someone will take you out. Get rid of the bad police, absolutley. But let’s not throw out the baby with the bathwater.

    • Sonokar

      Can you say hyperbole?

      • CS

        Good thing it’s backed up by offical stats.

        • kennyj

          What is backed up by official stats? Show us.

  • Andy

    To me it appears that most of the violence by police is happening in the larger cities on the East and the West coasts of this country.So far down here in Mississippi,we have not had this type of violence against the citizens,it could be that it is because most folks down this way are armed to the teeth and will not put up with it in any form,most folks in the south have a true dislike for the Federal government,due to the fact that it goes all the way back to the 1st Civil War,yes I said 1 st Civil War because I feel that another is on the way,but it will not be a racist war,it will be between the People who want our freedom back,and the Federal Government who is trying to enslave us!Back to the first Civil War,A lot of revisionist history is being put out there about the war,first slavery was not the main reason for the war,taxation was the main reason,raw materials shipped north to the processing plants,which were not built in the south because the money holders in the north did not want the south to achieve the same status and prosperity as the north because they felt as if southern folks weren’t as smart or educated as they were,and tended to try to keep them downtrodden,after these materials were processed were then shipped back to the south,but the thing about this is the same goods were taxed going up north for processing and then taxed again coming back south,also in this mix was the fact that the south did not like the Federal Government at the time,trying to override the states rights provided by the Constitution.Maybe some of ya’ll don’t know that a lot of the so called black slaves fought on the side of the Confederacy,this has been largely played down in the revisionist history agenda,all I am saying is we may have to really take up arms against what is happening but in a concerted effort,not by piecemeal,as then it makes the fight look like someone who is painted as a nutcase or mentally ill,but when you have strength in numbers it changes the appearance and outcome,think of it this way what if on a day when there is a demonstration against some violence perpretrated on the people that say you have 200 or more heavily armed citizens show up and march with these folks,do ya’ll really think that the police will attack these people? My guess is no because they realize that they may be out gunned,but if they do attack these folks they will have a small war on their hands because at this time,they should realize that the people are fed up and payback is coming,so if they try to attack the armed citizens and arrest them and are fired upon,then they would be starting the 2nd Civil War,because when the MSM reports this I believe that it will escalate nationwide.Myself I see what is happening to us everyday and it makes my heart hurt,as to what might to our children and our grandchildren,and as soon as a spark ignites the growing anger of most citizens at having to put up with all of the legislation coming down by striping our freedoms,paying for lazy people who won’t do for themselves,or giving our money to countries that hate us but have their hand out and a smile on their face,when that spark hits I will be one of the many who will stand and join the fight so help me God.Be prepared and ready.Keep your powder dry.

  • buttcrackofdoom

    shoot first and ask questions NEVER. that’s their policy, and yuh better get USED to it! it’s because our politicians WANT it this way….otherwise they would curb these thug’s powertrips. welcome to the 21st century police-state….party like it’s 1984!!!

  • american

    The lack of integrity and lack of trust make it impossible to have a legitimate law enforcement department in the USA. They are so reactive management. The justice system has been broken for a long time now. I believe they have been empowered to much . In short the justice system needs to be regulated along with the legal profession.the sad part these are fellow Americans in these occupations.

  • anon34

    Although Martial Law will never be declared the streets of America will feel like it. We are now in the stages of Pre-Martial Law.

    • citizen

      I think that statement is naive at best.
      The government is quick to use martial law the minute they feel they are loosing control of a situation.
      Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy,…. the national guard went door-to-door seizing weapons.

  • georgew

    Police brutality must be condoned from higher up the chain of command, for if it was not it would stop.

  • Hammerun

    You know what would be an interesting conversation? A talk with a policeman from Juarez Mexico. The cartels kill policemen wholesale down there. I’ll bet you a buck to a doughnut they might give a little pause before gunning down somebody. Somebody that might be connected to someone. I don’t think they want to be happily driving down the street on patrol and all of a sudden their windshield blows up riddled with 7.62. They’re in all probability mindful that their actions can most of the time be accompanied or followed by a extremely violent reaction.
    Policemen don’t have to be concerned anything like that could happen here.
    Do they?

  • not happy

    in cumberland county tennessee parents are now being arrested for trying to sign their children out of school early. one incident just happened. what is wrong with our law officers. do they think they are that big and bad they can tell a parent he or she cant walk their children home??????

  • Gail Wingert

    The problem here is the lack of evidence to back up this statement. I read no source for these stats. I hear that they are estimated numbers… estimated by whom?

  • bill bergovoy

    yawn! easy to not research for urself..just sit back, question everything, let others prove their points while u spout nonsense