If only the American people really understood just how vulnerable their lives truly are.
On top of that, many murders are preventable or are deliberately caused by well orchestrated acts of corrupt government officials (people we trust).
It's not easy for the average American to see through the prison ("prism" deliberately not used) of lies and deceptions but for the victims it becomes crystal clear if they should survive.
Nothing like being nearly murdered in cold blood and unarmed to wake you up to the cold hard facts our U.S. Justice System is concealing deadly lies.
Betrayed: Exposing the Truth http://lnkd.in/dsEy6eV Remember I said Federal Management will say, "It's a personal problem" LEOs don't be their PAWN - #OATH not #NDAA
You know you're on the right track to exposing govt #corruption when people start threatening you. #OATH not #NDAA
Homicidal Criminals don't give a rat's ass about gun control laws or your life. The only right thing to do is to stay alive when you're faced with a grinning cold blooded murderer intent on offing you. I'd rather have a loaded gun in my hand next time so as to make damn sure I have a fighting chance. I almost didn't survive the 1st time because of a corrupt justice system that has stolen our human right to defend ourselves. Calling 911 is to report a homicide NOT prevent one. #FACT P.S. I was a federal cop no one is going to bullshit me anymore about the real life #FACTs; the U.S. Justice system is TOTALLY FUBAR
Senator Patrick Leahy says that this Orwellian initiative by the Department of Justice, raises some serious privacy concerns. He also wondered what other technology law enforcement is using that could have these serous privacy implications.
The NYPD petty arrest hiatus is over after a video emerged showing a group of cops ganging up on a man standing outside a store for apparently tossing a cigarette butt on the sidewalk, pouncing on him, then piling on him with their body weights while ordering him to place his hands behind his back. ...
Randy L. Dixon Rivera's insight:
Legal Question to all: Does the punishment fit the crime?
New Orleans police are investigating the shooting of an Irish police officer in the 2200 block of New Orleans Street. One local resident describes opening his front door to see the police scene.Prescotte Stokes III, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune...
Hombres se visten como policías y asaltan casa: Siete hombres que se identificaron como policías asaltaron una residencia en Caiminto.
Randy L. Dixon Rivera's insight:
Puerto Rico, USA - San Juan, 29 Jan (INS) .- A family was the victim of a robbery last night by seven alleged police at a residence on the road Tabonucal in Caimito.
According to the victims, seven men dresses in black wearing bulletproof vests identifying them as Puerto Rico Police arrived at the residence in three vehicles exhibiting similar to that agency labeling.
Upon arrival, the alleged police made four shots at one of the windows of the residence, while announcing a raid.
The alleged police with rifles and pistols, with which by threat and intimidation they plundered the residents of three cell phones and keys to the family car, of which no details were given.
Inside the residence two adults and four children, who were unharmed.
In this incident, a neighbor was beaten with the butt of a firearm in the area of the face. This was treated by paramedics at the scene, and is in stable condition.
The Criminal Investigation Corps (CIC) of San Juan was in charge of the investigation. INS
The presidential advisory board on privacy that recommended a slew of domestic surveillance reforms in the wake of the Edward Snowden revelations reported today that many of its suggestions have been agreed to “in principle” by the Obama administration, but in practice, very little has changed. Most notably, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board>>
Amazing how much money is spent on home and business security, when I lived in Puerto Rico, USA many people live in their own personal home jails (with bars); while the criminals run free on the streets. Calling 911 was to report a homicide not prevent one. Yep them criminals (and corruption) there sure love gun control as they controlled all the guns.