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  • U.S.A. Becoming a Police State?

    Who’s to keep AMERICA  from becoming a police state?

    Angry American Voters

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES WERE ANGRY LONG BEFORE DONALD TRUMP DECIDED TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT.

    Everybody in the U.S.A. IS ANGRY OR OFFENDED  BY SOMETHING AND/OR SOMEBODY.

    WHO’S ANGRY AND WHO’S VIOLENT?

    MANY ANGRY, OFFENDED PEOPLE  RESORTED TO VIOLENCE, KILLING COPS, ARSON  LOOTING, AND DISRUPTING.

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    WHO’S ANGRY? AND WHO’S VOTING FOR DONALD TRUMP?

    GO FIGURE….

    DONALD TRUMPS 2015-2016 DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE FROM THE  CORRUPTING  INFLUENCE OF POLITICO ESTABLISHMENTS SUPER PACTS POLITICAL $$$$$ CONTRIBUTIONS .

    DONALD TRUMP CAN NOT BE BOUGHT AND HE WILL NOT SELL  AMERICAN CITIZENS OUT TO ANY COUNTRY OR ESTABLISHMENT.

    What’s to STOP AMERICA  from becoming a police state?

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES AND DONALD TRUMP, SHALL  ACT AND VOTE FOR THE RESTORATION OF  THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION AND THE BILL OF RIGHTS.

    WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America…

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    AS PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

    DONALD TRUMP HAS PLEDGED   …

    RESTORATION OF JUSTICE

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    Just asking? Just saying…. Would that pledged include?

    NO MORE AG LYNCHING OF AMERICAN CITIZENS

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    ALL LIVES MATTER

    APPOINTING CONSERVATIVE SUPREME COURT JUSTICES
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    RESTORATION OF DOMESTIC TRANQUILITY,

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    RESTORATION OF LAW AND ORDER

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    RESTORATION OF THE COMMON DEFENSE,  PROTECTING AMERICAN CITIZENS FROM THEIR OWN U.S. GOVERNMENT, TERRORISTS  AND ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS

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    RESTORATION OF THE GENERAL WELFARE, STATE SOVEREIGNTY, ALL LIVES MATTER, BRINGING JOBS BACK TO AMERICA, VETS LIVES MATTER, STATE CONTROLLED EDUCATION FOR OUR CHILDREN.

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    RESTORATION TO SECURE THE BLESSINGS OF LIBERTY TO OURSELVES, THE BLESSING OF ONE NATION UNDER GOD, REBUILDING THE MILITARY

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    RESTORATION OF OUR POSTERITY, ECONOMIC, BUILDING A FENCE, CLOSING DOWN THE BOARDERS,  STOP THE GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION AND GIVING PUBLIC LAND BACK TO THE PEOPLE
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    WHO’S ANGRY AND WHO’S VIOLENT?

    As an informed citizen, I consider the following case to be one of the biggest domestic (homeland security) threats to American liberty.

    The Guardian1 day ago
    County Sheriff Nelson said Finicum was struck in the back by three of the bullets, which were fired by state troopers who were behind him as he appeared to reach for a weapon.
    Shooting death of LaVoy Finicum justified, necessary, prosecutor says
    shows that the three fatal shots , fired by Oregon State Police were justified “and, in fact, necessary”
     To see and hear what it was like to have been in the vehicle, watch this video:
    It has created a new American awakening from both the Left and the Right. It “shocks our conscience.”

    Dramatic video from inside Finicum’s vehicle – The Westerner

    thewesterner.blogspot.com/…/dramaticvideo-from-insidefinicums.html

    12 hours ago – Dramatic video from inside Finicum’s vehicle. Footage released by Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday shows the moment that Robert …

    The American people are outraged at this inhumanity, this brutality and barbarism by the courts and law enforcement.

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    APPOINTING SUPREME COURT JUSTICES?

    Utah v Strieff Oral Argument | Video | C-SPAN.org

    www.c-span.org/video/?404140-1/utahvstriefforalargument

     0:345 on the video.

    Feb 2, 2016 oral statement that Justice Sotomayor

    Reasonable cause? Probable cause in the course of a police stop?

    What’s to keep us from becoming a police state?

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    WHO’S TO KEEP AMERICA FROM BECOMING A POLICE STATE?
    VOTING AMERICAN CITIZENS WERE ANGRY LONG BEFORE DONALD TRUMP DECIDED TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT.
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    JEANETTE FINICUM RESPONDS TO OREGON STATE AND FBI INVESTIGATIVE REPORT

    According to the news story from Portland Oregon: “Officials investigating the death of Robert [LaVoy] Finicum are ready to release results” of the fatal shooting “during a Jan. 26 traffic stop while trying to arrest the rancher and others involved in the takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge.”

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    NEWS RELEASE
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    Contact: Cherilyn Bacon Eagar
    for the LaVoy Finicum family
    Cell: 801-592-4245
    Email: Cherilyn@CherilynEagar.com

    March 8, 2016, St. George, UT.
    — LaVoy Finicum’s wife Jeanette Finicum released this statement at a news conference in St. George, Utah:
    The news conference held earlier today in Bend, Oregon to release the report of the investigation regarding my husband’s death was to be expected. No surprises. The purpose of that announcement was for state and federal agencies to continue to lay the foundation of their legal case.
    However, they also continue to bring forward selective evidence. As in all such situations there is another side to this story. We will provide a more thorough analysis at a follow up news conference tomorrow and will be taking questions at that time. Meanwhile, we continue to maintain my husband’s innocence.
    According to the news story from Portland Oregon: “Officials investigating the death of Robert [LaVoy] Finicum are ready to release results” of the fatal shooting “during a Jan. 26 traffic stop while trying to arrest the rancher and others involved in the takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge.”
    As a family, along with our lawyers, we deny this statement. This was not a traffic stop. It was an ambush with a roadblock placed on a blind curve along a lonely stretch of highway. I am told that in law enforcement and prosecuting circles this is called a “Deadman’s blockade,” and is designed to allow a “kill stop” which is illegal.
    The news story continues: “The FBI said Finicum was shot after reaching for a gun…”. We reject that statement. The FBI’s aerial video was of poor quality, edited and provided no audio. Our family asserts that he was shot with both hands up, he was not reaching for anything at the time of the first shot. He was walking with his hands in the air, a symbol of surrender. When he reached down to his left hip he was reacting to the pain of having been shot.
    I can hardly believe that a team of qualified law officers could look at the facts in this case and say that no criminal laws were violated.
    How could they have reached this decision in the face of evidence that clearly shows intent to kill my husband?
    We have talked with an independent investigator who has stated that the “video proves a set up assassination.”
    Many people, including my lawyers, have tried to prepare me for this—-“be strong”, “accept this with peace” —–but I don’t think anything could prepare me to accept what is so clearly a finding that challenges the Constitution that my husband died defending.
    I know that under the Constitution the men who shot my husband to death, while he was surrendering, are entitled to due process of law—-but they are not entitled to walk free and not have to face the same legal process that is a barrier to you or to me.
    They shot my husband, they left him lying in the snowbank—no medical assistance, no charges, no arraignment, no preliminary hearing, no indictment, and no trial by a jury, — and should they just walk free? It just is not right.
    The consolation I have is that hundreds of thousands of Americans have seen and know the truth and believe as I do that my husband was murdered “intentionally, deliberately and with malice.”
    My lawyer has assured me that we will seek justice in a different court, under different circumstances—and I look forward to the day when these men do face a jury that is unbiased enough to return a fair verdict.
    After the Finicum funeral, rallies spontaneously began to organize in many states. The organizers counted, possibly as many as 300 rallies took place throughout the country, in every state but Rhode Island.
    It has been asked how this movement got such momentum so quickly. When Americans heard the details of this story and how these American patriots who have no criminal record and who have stood on the same interpretation of the US Constitution as Justice Scalia have been treated, the actions of law enforcement and the FBI have “shock [ed] the conscience.” Our Supreme Court has set as the standard guideline for practices of law enforcement that are unacceptable to our society, as those that “shock the conscience”.
    A Deadman’s blockade with the intent to kill “shocks the conscience.” Shooting to kill with both hand up “shocks the conscience.”
    Violating the 8th Amendment – cruel and unusual punishment – by placing Americans with no criminal records, who are apparently guilty of defending the US Constitution and the overreach of federal authorities, into solitary confinement and then removing their constitutional right to bear arms are two examples of how elected and appointed officials in the court system, legislative bodies and in law enforcement are violating the Constitution they swear to uphold.
    The Supreme Court has referred to solitary confinement as being “violently insane.” The court has recognized that solitary confinement tortures our human brain and diminishes our God given strength to overcome obstacles.
    Solitary confinement is a form of torture that often drives prisoners mad.
    Last year a Supreme Court Justice wrote a concurring opinion that described the history of solitary confinement and said the practice bears a “peculiar mark of infamy” in its ability to shatter the minds and spirits of prisoners.
    Who are we? We are outraged that men and women who have no criminal records and who posed no threat during the protest in Oregon are being treated as mere animals.
    The American people are outraged at this inhumanity, this brutality and barbarism by the courts and law enforcement. It has created a new American awakening from both the Left and the Right. It “shocks our conscience.” And that is why around 300 rallies spontaneously organized in support of my husband’s assassination and these patriots who are being held as political prisoners.
    Again, my lawyer has assured me that we will seek justice in a different court, under different circumstances—
    We will be commenting on the FBI’s and Deschutes County press release tomorrow after we review their findings fully.
    Thank you.

    Bottom line

    ARE YOU ANGRY NOW? ARE YOU VOTING FOR DONALD TRUMP?


  • The Supreme Court C-SPAN Feb 2, 2016

    The Supreme Court C-SPAN Feb 2, 2016

    In a small town of 21,000, in rural America,  80% of the people had outstanding arrest warrants.
    Another Justice, said she was staggered by the number of outstanding arrest warrants.

    Listen to the oral statement that Justice Sotomayor makes at 0:345

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    I live in a small rural town of 17,000 in America. I can’t even begin to fathom, how and why, 80% of the people in any small town in the United States of America could have that many outstanding arrest warrants?

    WHAT TOWN? WHO? WHEN? WHERE? AND WHY?

    AS AN AMERICAN CITIZEN AREN’T YOU WORRIED ABOUT THIS ANOMALY?

    What has the Supreme Court argument in the following case, on illegal police stops, illegal police search and seizures and incriminating evidence got to do with outstanding arrest warrants?

    Utah v Strieff Oral Argument | Video | C-SPAN.org

    www.c-span.org/video/?404140-1/utahvstriefforalargument
    C‑SPAN

    Oral Argument The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Utah v. Strieff,

    a case questioning whether incriminating evidence can be used against a defendant if it was discovered

    in the course of an illegal police stop. 

    The heart of this case rests on the Fourth Amendment’s ban against illegal searches and seizures and what’s known as the exclusionary rule.

    The rule prohibits evidence found in an illegal police search from being used against a defendant in a criminal prosecution. close

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    Listen to the Feb 2, 2016 oral statement that Justice Sotomayor makes at 0:345 on the video.

    “IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON 80% OF THE PEOPLE HAVE OUTSTANDING ARREST WARRANTS”

    Reasonable cause? Probable cause in the course of a police stop?

    What’s to keep us from becoming a police state?

    Just stand on a corner and ask everyone their name, run a background check and you have an 80% probability of an arrest.

    If you just want to talk to them and improve the relationship between the police and the citizens?

    Don’t ask their name, just talk to them.
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    Feb 2, 2016 THE U.S. SUPREME COURT A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON

    Aug 9, 2014 IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON?

    August 11, 2014 IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON?

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    August 16, 2014 IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON
    Governor Nixon declares a state of emergency in Ferguson, and imposes a curfew making it illegal to be on the streets after midnight.
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    Nov 25, 2014 IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON

    Grand jury decides not to indict officer Darren Wilson

    Epic Riot Footage From Inside The Battle of Ferguson …

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ut3xsdkIWhg
    Nov 25, 2014 – Uploaded by The Alex Jones Channel

    After days of largely peaceful protests Ferguson, MO erupts with chaos. Infowars Reporters Stand tall in the …

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    MEDIA REPORTS UNREST in Ferguson?
     ON THE TIMELINE Nov 25 2015
    Grand jury decides not to indict officer Darren Wilson, sparking unrest in Ferguson.
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    Mar 5, 2015  IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON

    Ferguson shows how a police force can turn into a plundering

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/…/fergusonshows-h

    The Washington Post

    Mar 5, 2015 – Of all the harrowing stories buried inside the Justice Department’s report on the Ferguson Police Department, one of the most illustrative begins …

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/…/ferguson-shows-h…
    The Washington Post
    Mar 5, 2015 –  The Ferguson police and courts have come under broad criticism for … Ferguson city employees, from the police chief to the finance director, collaborated to generate revenue … 32,975 arrest warrants for minor offenses, according to Missouri …

    The Ferguson police and courts have come under broad criticism for discriminatory practices. Eighty-five percent of people subjected to vehicle stops are African American, according to the report. Ninety percent of people hit with citations are African American. Ninety-three percent of people arrested are African American.

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    67% of the people in Ferguson Are BLACK

    29% of the people are WHITE

    AND, 80% OF THE PEOPLE IN FERGUSON HAVE OUTSTANDING ARREST WARRANTS”

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    Mar 12, 2015 IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON

    Ferguson shootings: Two officers shot amid protests …

    www.telegraph.co.uk › … › North America › USA

    The Daily Telegraph

    Mar 12, 2015 – One officer was shot in the face and another in the shoulder causing serious injuries as a protest rally was dispersing, police

    Ferguson: Arrest made in connection with shooting of two …

    www.telegraph.co.uk › … › North America › USA

    The Daily Telegraph

    Mar 15, 2015Police take cover after two officers were shot while standing guard in front of Ferguson Police Station. … Mr Williams, who is African-American and faces life in prison,

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    August 9, 2014 Day One – to Aug 10, 2015

    Ferguson: timeline of events since Michael Brown’s death …

    www.telegraph.co.uk › … › North America › USA
    The Daily Telegraph

    Aug 10, 2015 – A timeline of events since the death of an unarmed black teenager sparked riots on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri.

    August 11, 2014 IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON

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    There’s a lot of angry folk.
    And I don’t know what made it rise to this kind of level?

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    The shooting of Michael Brown on August 9, 2014 IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON

    REALLY ANGRY PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES, CAME FOR THE  RIOTING, BURNING, LOOTING, RUNNING AMOK AND SHOOTING COPS.

    The Psychology of Aggression
    Four psychological factors that influence aggressive
    behavior are:
    1.Dealing with aversive events
    2.Learning aggression is rewarding
    3.Observing models of aggression
    4.Acquiring social scripts

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    Just asking? Just saying…

    WHO SET THE FERGUSON POLICY?

    Mar 5, 2015 WHO WERE THE ELECTED FERGUSON CITY EMPLOYEES, FROM THE POLICE CHIEF TO FINANCE DIRECTOR THAT COLLABORATED TO GENERATE REVENUE,  AND CREATED THE FERGUSON POLICY?  32,975 arrest warrants for minor offenses?

    AND USED THE POLICE AS A COLLECTION AGENCY?

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    Mar 4, 2015

    The report said the St. Louis suburb overwhelmingly arrested and issued traffic citations to blacks to boost city coffers through fines, USED THE POLICE AS A COLLECTION AGENCY and created a culture of distrust that exploded in August when Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.

    “This investigation found a community that was deeply polarized; a community where deep distrust and hostility often characterized interactions between police and area residents,” Holder told reporters.

    Brown’s killing touched off a national debate on race, led to months of street protests and amplified long-standing complaints in Ferguson and across the country of police harassment and mistreatment of minorities.

    Of course, violence is never justified, But seen in this context, amid a highly toxic environment, defined by mistrust and resentment, stoked by years of bad feelings, and spurred by illegal and misguided practices,

    It is not difficult to imagine how a single tragic incident set off the city of Ferguson like a powder keg.

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    THE BLAME GAME
    Fundamental Attribution Error

    The policy was set by the Ferguson governing.

    THE POLICE WERE USED AS THE  COLLECTION AGENCY
    The cops get blamed and  killed and the elected get to resign?

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    THE BLAME GAME
    Fundamental Attribution Error

    In social psychology, the fundamental attribution error, also known as the correspondence bias or attribution effect, is the tendency for people to place an undue emphasis on internal characteristics (personality) to explain someone else’s behavior in a given situation rather than considering the situation’s external …

    The Psychology of Aggression
    Four psychological factors that influence aggressive
    behavior are:
    1.Dealing with aversive events
    2.Learning aggression is rewarding
    3.Observing models of aggression
    4.Acquiring social scripts

    Frustration-Aggression Principle
    A principle in which frustration (caused by the
    blocking of an attempt to achieve a desired goal)
    creates anger, which can generate aggression.

    Learning that Aggression is Rewarding
    When aggression leads to desired outcomes, one learns
    to be aggressive. This is shown in both animals and
    humans

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    Scholarly articles for Scholarly articles for poverty and fear breeds violence

    Scholarly articles for poverty and fear breeds violence
    1978 – PSYCH.PURDUE.EDU
    [PDF] Obedience to authority
    S Milgram, E Van den Haag – 1978 – psych.purdue.edu
    … Prejudice is often directed towards different cultural, ethnic, or gender groups. 1. Beliefs
    (stereotypes) 2. Emotions (hostility, envy, fear) 3. Predisposition to act (to discriminate) … 50 Gender
    Most women still live in more poverty than men. … Similarity breeds content! Page 14. 14 79 …
    Cited by 7513 Related articles All 20 versions Cite Save More

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    Feb 22, 2016  IN A TOWN LIKE  FERGUSON

    Utah v Strieff Oral Argument | Video | C-SPAN.org

    www.c-span.org/video/?404140-1/utahvstriefforalargument
    C‑SPAN

    Feb 22, 2016 – The Supreme Court hears oral argument in [Utah v. Strieff], a case questioning whether incriminating evidence can be used against a …Utah v Strieff Oral Argument | Video | C-SPAN.org
    www.c-span.org/video/?404140-1/utah-v-strieff-oral…
    C SPAN
    The Supreme Court hears oral argument in [Utah v. Strieff] … February 22, 2016. Utah v. Strieff Oral Argument The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Utah v. … Feb 27, 2016 | 6:00pm EST | C-SPAN RADIO; Mar 02, 2016 | 12:59am EST | C-SPAN 3; Mar 02, 2016 | 6:54am EST | C-SPAN 3 … See all on Fourth Amendment.
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    It is not difficult to imagine how a single tragic incident

    IN A TOWN CALLED FERGUSON  set off  THE ENTIRE BLACK MOVEMENT  like a powder keg.