US Police State

All blog entries related to the US Police State and destruction of civil liberties.

Lessons To Be Learned From This Police Dash Cam Video

Webster Texas, September 2013, a man is violently thrown to the ground and arrested by the police following a traffic stop. The video is instructional in a few different ways. 1.  For most people, the police are the most violent sociopathic people they will ever encounter.  ANY physical non-compliance after an officer announces that you…

Own A Gun? Now You Could Get No-Knock Raided

You have to love this case.  The Rutherford Institute reports: In August 2006, Collin County (Texas) police obtained a warrant to search John Quinn’s home based on information that Quinn’s son might be in possession of controlled substances. The warrant did not authorize police to enter the residence without knocking and announcing their entry. Nevertheless,…

Cops Break 10-Year-Old’s Leg, Then Sexually Assault His Mom

  Cop Block reports: Court documents claim officers of the NYPD’s 63rd Precinct came to Krystle Silvera’s home looking for an ex-boyfriend at 7 a.m. on Jan. 30, 2013. Silvera’s mother, a 61-year-old lung and brain cancer patient, answered the door, but couldn’t understand why the officers were there. That is when Silvera’s 10-year-old son picked…

Cops Kill More Americans Than Iraqi Or Afghan Insurgents

FilmingCops.com reports: Cops have killed well over 5,000 Americans since 9/11. Many of these killings have occurred during no-knock raids, which have risen by 4000% since the 1980s. Iraqi insurgents, by comparison, have killed around 3,500 Americans in Iraq since 9/11 in Operation Iraqi “Freedom.” It is not just Iraq. The number of Americans killed by police also now exceeds the number of…

Total Privacy = Total Destruction Of The State

The state cannot exist without invasions of privacy.  Without invasions of privacy, taxes could not be imposed.  If all transactions and accounting records were private, incomes and revenues could not be verified.  Tax evasion could not be prosecuted because no proof of incomes could be obtained. Further, state currencies could not be imposed.  If all…

1 In 8 New York City Residents Should Be Behind Bars

A NY Daily News article from February notes that one in eight city residents has an outstanding arrest warrant issued against them. There are now more than 1 million open bench warrants against loiterers, boozers and other petty scofflaws in New York, court records show. And while it’s unclear how many offenders are deceased or carry…