Saturday, January 10, 2009

17 Year Old Youth Electrocuted Without a Trial


Virginia State Police are investigating the death of a 17-year-old Martinsville boy who died Thursday after a city police officer used a Taser on him.

A 17-year-old boy died in the hospital after being Tasered by a Martinsville police officer during an incident Thursday night, the city says.

By Candice Nelson WSLS10 Reporter Published: January 9, 2009


We are now living under the early stages of a de facto martial law, extra-judicial killings and beatings are now reported often and perpetrated upon the the American people who are afraid almost on a daily basis. Police have modeled themselves on the worst components of thugs . Police have copied the Nazi SS in manner, in demeanor and now in their public behavior toward the American people.

In closing we sure miss the old days where no officer was allowed to become judge, jury and executioner; much less without first arresting the individual that might be suspected of a crime.

When crimes are committed by civilians they are summarily arrested and charged, often within hours. But when an "officer" kills someone whether with bullets or by Taser no action against the police is taken for an extended period of time. That practice compounds the original crime and is far more serious because it means that those who are responsible for enforcement do not face the same consequences as do the citizens. that these 'officers' are supposedly charged with protecting the public from, but also from the government as well!

Since The Doctrines of 2002 went into effect, America has been living as a nation without laws. Those wearing a uniform in this country have become a major part in a lawless society unto themselves, and this must be ended if we are to have a country that has any authority to function as a nation of laws instead of as the outlaw State that the USA has now become.

The execution of an unarmed and thoroughly contained individual constitutes a crime against society, as well as murder.

ref. 1) Stealing the Dream

3) Open letter to the Tens of Thousands of Rogue Cops

* This does not reflect upon the thousand of polite,caring and professional police officers that are proud of what they do but the action of some rougue cops that believe that they are above the law.

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