Tag Archive for Police State

Cops Beat Honor Student Into Bloody Pulp

For carrying a soda bottle in his jacket. The post-gazette reports: Mr. Miles, 18, who is charged with aggravated assault and resisting arrest, said three undercover officers beat him when they mistook the bottle of soda he was carrying for a concealed weapon. Let us count the ways in which this totalitarian fascist action violated this…

NH Cops Arrest For Victimless Crime

The Ridley Report updates us on the egregious violations of our civil rights committed by NH police.   ManchCops put out fire with kerosene…as continued detention of liberty activist sparks renewed civil disobedience. There will be new law-violating demonstrations in Keene today to protest the seven detentions and two arrests which occurred when activists lit…

Help A Neighbor? GO TO JAIL!!!

A citizen recently attempted to help a neighbor install a generator during a massive blizzard in NH. In the course of installing the generator, he mistakenly set it up to feed back into the city’s power grid. The city states he put at least one person at risk because of this. Subsequently he has been…

Interpol Granted Near Total Immunity

Basically Interpol agents can come on US soil and do just about anything they like shy of murder and not be prosecuted for it. Confiscate land and not pay property taxes?  OK! Search and seize without warrants?  OK! No notice to our government they are operating here? OK! Automatic immunity from FOIA requests, no reporting…

Try To Sell Biscuits And Gravy – Watch What Happens

Some guy was selling biscuits and gravy out of his house.  Savannah PD puts 5 investigators on the case, and arrests the delivery boy.  Then interrogates him for several hours under duress. Praise Pelosi, Praise the Savannah PD, for I am too dumb to buy biscuits and gravy without guns in my face at all…

We Welcome the Year of the Checkpoint

haahahha where to begin with this one. The st helena star reports: Clearly, something must be done. State government has started. Last week state traffic safety officials announced plans to tighten their grip on drunk drivers and declared 2010 “The Year of the Checkpoint.” Plans are to send a record $8 million in grant funding…