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Old 09-24-2013, 01:15 PM   #421
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Wrong-door SWAT raid leaves Georgia couple thinking they were being robbed | Police State USA





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SAVANNAH, GA — Yet another innocent couple was jarred from their beds to the sounds of explosions, glass breaking, and armed men crashing through their door. As armed men broke into their windows and doors, invading their bedroom, they thought that they were being robbed by a criminal gang.

Police crashed through 4 windows and a door. (Source: WTOC) Police crashed through 4 windows and a door. (Source: WTOC)
Michael Hall and his wife were awoken Thursday morning at 4:00 AM to the sounds of violent entry into their home. They both thought that they were being robbed.

But it wasn’t a robbery. They were experiencing first-hand one of the tens of thousands of SWAT raids that occur annually in the U.S. per year. As many are, this one was a no-knock (no warning) raid.

“We heard a kaboom, and after that we jumped up out of the bed and police are screaming: ‘get down, get down get down,’” Hall told WTOC.

The paramilitary team had breached not only his front door, which was splintered into pieces, but also simultaneously breached four windows, perhaps for dramatic effect.

“They stayed in there about two, maybe three minutes, searching the house, saying: ‘clear room one; clear room two; clear room three; clear room four’. At that time the SWAT team left, after they cleared the house,” Hall said.

A Savannah SWAT officer trains on breaching residential doors. (Source: SavannahNow.com) A Savannah SWAT officer trains on breaching residential doors. (Source: SavannahNow.com)
Mr. and Mrs. Hall only had enough time to stumble out of bed before they were taken to the ground by SWAT agents and forced into plastic handcuffs.

Before leaving, the Halls were questioned about a man they never heard of. Police were looking for a 20-year-old gang member named Jashavious Keel, who had never lived at the address.

The Halls had come within inches of their lives over a mistake. Any SWAT raid can easily turn into a tragedy, with the possibility of one false move being interpreted by an edgy cop as an act of aggression.
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The rise of SWAT teams nationwide, the number of annual SWAT deployments in the U.S., has gone from a few hundred in the ’70s, to 30,000 per year in the early ’80s, to 50,000 in 2005. That’s 100, 150 times a day in this country you have these heavily armed police teams breaking into homes, and the vast majority of times it’s to enforce laws against consensual crimes.
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Old 09-24-2013, 04:02 PM   #424
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Assault Timeline (min:sec)
0:26 – Vehicle pulls in, parks.
0:29 – Siren begins.
0:36 – Siren ends. First knock.
0:40 – Grenade explodes.
0:50 – Second knock.
0:55 – Grenade explodes.
0:57 – Door breached.
1:04 – Shooting begins.
1:14 – Shooting ends.

Imagine going from sound asleep, to racing your loved ones into a closet, to getting gunned down in your house in 38 seconds. That’s not a lot of time to comprehend the situation, verify the threats, or understand the implications. A bunch of muffled screams and banging sounds could just as easily be a criminal gang as it could be a SWAT team. With only seconds to react, a frightened father has the choice of either presuming the intruders are criminal home invaders and picking up a gun, or presuming the intruders are wearing from the government and sticking his hands in the air. Its a lose-lose situation if a homeowner makes the wrong split-second assumption in a groggy attempt to rationalize the situation. Guerena, being an innocent man and having the responsibility of protecting his family, presumed the aggression at his door was not from friendly sources, and picked up his rifle.
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Welcome to the P.S.A., the Police States of America. You have the right to do as the government says, and be a good little sheep and abide by whatever fucked up laws and demands law enforcement has for you. Don't question it, or you'll be labeled a terrorist or criminal.

I gave up on hope for this country a long time ago. I don't think it will change, because people don't seem to care enough to do anything about it. If I could afford to move away to another country, I would have done so a long time ago. I'm embarrassed to tell people from other countries that I'm from here. It's no wonder most of the civilized world hates us and thinks we are all insane, because apparently we are for letting this kind of **** happen every day. But we are the greatest, USA! USA! USA! The only part of this country worth saving is the land. The government and people are a lost cause.
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Old 09-25-2013, 10:03 AM   #426
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I love America, just hate about 75% of everyone in it (mostly those who want to change the one thing about america that's great and turn into back into a european colony). I'm proud; wave a flag out front, I ain't leaving.


http://www.policestateusa.com/2013/w...hoot-it-twice/

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JONES COUNTY, GA — A woman says that her ten-month old puppy was shot in the head after asking officers not to shoot it — twice.

On September 22, Anna “Chrissy” Music-Peed, of Macon, GA, drove to the Jones County Sheriff’s Department to request an officer come to and investigate a vehicle that had been brought to her property by an acquaintance, that both she and her roommate strongly suspected to have been stolen. Music told policestateusa.com that it was a Nissan Xterra from Virginia Beach, VA. As Music wrote in a blog post, “I will not have that influence around my family,” saying she was trying to do the right thing by making a report. The acquaintance was still on the property and Music had not let on that she had gone to talk to the police.

Music wrote on that while she was providing officers with details of the stolen property, and the individual who had brought it over, she also explicitly told the police not to shoot her dogs.

“The puppy may jump, we have been trying to get her out of that,” Music explained, stating that the dogs were friendly puppies. She said the officers laughed and told her not to worry about it. Unconvinced, she emphasized again: “PLEASE don’t shoot my dogs, they are my babies.”

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About 5 minutes later is when the sheriffs pulled up, came flying in. Sgt Little was exiting the vehicle and as he was exiting I noticed he already had his sidearm trained on Ammo who was just sniffing around the ground wagging her tail. And then she looked up at him, did not growl, did not bark, and before I could say anything he fired his weapon. Shot her point blank in the head,


This is the second dog shot by this officer in under a year.
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Old 09-25-2013, 10:13 AM   #427
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"if you're looking for a person, why are you going through my stuff?"

5 minutes into the forced search (cops steals keys from girl when she is trying to see the warrant, which they refuse) they find out it's an arrest warrant and not even a search warrant...
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Fat guy doesn't like cops on his property.


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So, I just found this thread, and frankly, this is terrifying.
Recent years events (US politics external and internal) has made me reconsider my former thoughts of moving to the states.

What I see here is obviously events from a huge country, but they are still too many, Is this on a national scale? or is **** like this happening all over? I've always loved north cal, and I have problems picturing stuff like this happening there.

Now, over here (in what you call socialist sweden, somewhat misinformed ) there is some serious medial heat every time an officer fires his gun improperly, and in many cases even properly. (There is a fairly recent incident of a jewelry store robber who was shot in the head whilst pointing a fake ak47 at a cop. Medial response was along the lines of "the carbine was fake, why did you go for the head". But the officer was quickly found free of guilt).
Now, obviously, we are not allowed to concealed carry, there is a criminal record investigation if you buy a gun, and in order to own a pistol, you need to have a license and gun club membership. That makes guns a lot less common and I'd like to think that it makes our officers less jumpy. We are also less than 1/20th as many as you are, but hey, something is really, really broken in your system.

Poverty?
Gun control?
education and health care?
police training?
legal system?
all of above?

Since my experience of the states is limited to vacations, what is your general idea of the problem? Does it at all affect your lives?
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Government bullies are taking the little guy's milk money.

Earlier this year, without warning, the federal government seized the store's entire bank account—more than $35,000—and refuses to give it back. The government falsely accused Terry and Sandy of breaking anti-money-laundering laws by making frequent bank deposits of their store's cash receipts. But they did nothing illegal and have been charged with no crime. In July, the government filed a lawsuit to keep the money, not against Terry and Sandy but against the cash itself, which is why the case has the bizarre title of United States v. $35,651.11.

Federal civil forfeiture law features an appalling lack of due process: there is no way to quickly get a ruling from a neutral decisionmaker about the validity of the government's seizure, and therefore Terry and Sandy must do battle in federal court against the U.S. Department of Justice to prove themselves innocent and get their money back. Shockingly, the money taken by the government will be used to fund the budgets of the very federal agencies that seized the money in the first place.

On September 25, 2013, Terry and Sandy teamed up with the Institute for Justice to fight back. A victory for Terry and Sandy will vindicate not just their right to be free from abusive forfeiture tactics, but the right of every American not to have their property taken from them by government when they have done nothing wrong.
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So, I just found this thread, and frankly, this is terrifying.
Well now you know what to be really scared of when you move here: the state.
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Old 09-25-2013, 12:04 PM   #432
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LiveLeak.com - Police Bullying Tactics Have No Effect On Cop Blocker.


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Cop gets blocked. Know your rights!

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Poverty?
Gun control?
education and health care?
police training?
legal system?
all of above?

Since my experience of the states is limited to vacations, what is your general idea of the problem? Does it at all affect your lives?
The problem is government intervention. I'll explain:
1.Government intervention in Gun control is a problem.
2.Government intervention in education is a problem.
3.Government intervention in health care is a problem.
4.Government intervention in police training isn't necessarily a problem. Government style leadership of the police force is.
5.Government intervention in the legal system is a problem

Do you see the trend?
Here are the solutions:
1. The government must repeal most laws on gun control.
2. The government must repeal all laws on education
3. The government must repeal all laws on health care.
4. The police must separate themselves from influence of "the government". They think they are "hand of government first, servants to the public second" - this is incorrect.
5. The government must stop trying to change the legal system.

Since the formation of our congress, members of congress have had the easiest jobs in the world: Go to work and make sure nothing changes. Somehow they f*cked that up. Regarding the police: I'm not saying they should be a private force, but when the police get to decide what laws should/shouldn't apply to them, and our checks and balances system doesn't apply to them - that's when the police force gets out of hand. There needs to be a division of the legislative branch who's sole purpose is investigating and prosecuting government crimes against civilians.
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We are also less than 1/20th as many as you are, but hey, something is really, really broken in your system.

Poverty?
Gun control?
education and health care?
police training?
legal system?
all of above?
All of the above, including "profit motive" in the legal system. See earlier commentary on the criminal forfeiture laws. Add to that the "war on drugs" and for-profit incarceration system.

The militarization of our police force is turning cops in to soldiers and soldiers face enemy combatants. Who are the enemies combatants? Any non-cop.

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Since my experience of the states is limited to vacations, what is your general idea of the problem? Does it at all affect your lives?
It mainly affects my life in that I have zero trust of police officers and treat them with intense fear and loathing, rather than respect. I am courteous to cops because I firmly believe they can beat me or my wife to death and suffer almost no consequences for it. They can definitely kill my dogs and not even face a verbal reprimand.

I live in the same state that a lot of those video clips are from (Florida). Our sherriff's spokesperson is the one who said, discussing the hiring of war veterans, that they are a "paramilitary" organization.
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Very true... Its a 60 year old law, that they are using to make money.
IRS rides 1884 'dead horse' law to defense of tax preparer rules | Reuters
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Best handling of police bullying that I've seen lately. Well spoken cameraman burns two officers and two lawyers at random traffic stop.

Guy films some random detentions and gets approached by cops and then by lawyers.
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Cops Accused of Forcing Woman to Delete Video of Husband’s Arrest Sparked by ‘Unloaded’ Shotgun and Trespasser on His Hunting Property

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A man in Crawford County, Mich., was arrested and charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon on Sunday after he called authorities about a trespassing suspect on his property, his wife tells TheBlaze. There are also serious allegations being made about officers demanding that video footage of the incident — taken by the man’s wife — be deleted.
Funny how so many people that call the cops end up arrested.
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BRAZORIA COUNTY, TX -- Two women had the inside of their crotches searched on the side of the highway, thanks to the dutiful enforcement of tyrannical drug prohibition laws.

https://www.facebook.com/PoliceStateUSA

Officers pulled the women over for speeding on their way home from the beach. Of course, traffic stops are just the excuse a good enforcer needs to begin fishing for reasons to throw people in cages.

After finding a small amount of forbidden plants in the vehicle, officers weren't satisfied. They wanted more. The two women, dressed only in bikinis, were told they were going to get an internal body cavity search.

"Are you serious," Brandy Hamilton asked the trooper.

"If you hid something in there, we're going to find it," said the trooper.

"You're going to go up my private parts?!" Hamilton said.

"Yes ma'am."

The women say that the same glove was used to violate all of their orifices.

There are truly no limits to the amount of terror and tyranny that are created by the fascist Drug War that plagues the country.

Brandy Hamilton and Alexandria Randle are suing the officers involved.
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I wish I could stop coming to this thread. It really ruins my mood. Yay, this country.
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