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Jan 22, 2012

Just Pondering-Updated w/ comments

OtL has an update to his post from some one who saw it go down.  I have some words to say, but will hold my tongue, as they would be construed as threats against LEO.  But I will say Santa is making a list & checking it twice.

Lancaster Citizen at 1:21 PM January 22, 2012
I see the comments…but on this one I was there. This dude just finished coming into my buddy’s store, bought a few items, talked with us, he was very peaceful. Now you could tell he had a drug problem, but this guy was wearing a t-shirt, and sweat pants….those flimsy kind with the drawstring in the front, there is no way those would manage to hold a gun much less anything else….He was on a kids BMX bike. So as far as the thug comment…this dude was not one. and the shots rang out, police were there in less then 30 seconds after that…and i mean alot of them. They could have handled this so many different ways, but like always….they decided to shoot…and they shot ALOT of times…dude couldn’t have been bigger than 5’9, and maybe 150 pounds….and the so called “suspect”….he was a witness…and we seen with our own eyes…they threatned to kill him too…I would have ran too. But these cops will walk…go home to there families…and this dude went home in a bag. SMH.

On to Liberty has a post up on a man murdered by LEO for riding a bicycle on the sidewalk.

Curtis @ Battliefield USA has a similar story from his area.

 In the past year we have saw more of these stories.  At some point the some citizens are going to stand up and say enough is enough.  We have seen few people stand up and fight back.  But, I'm talking about "what's good for the goose is good for the gander" thing on a large scale.

The fuse is lit,  it's anybodies guess as to how long it takes to burn down.

Just somethings to ponder on a Sunday afternoon


  1. I'd be perfectly happy if the various LE agencies in this nation held their officers to the same standard that I'm held to.If I shoot an unarmed person on the street,I'll face at least attempted murder charges.If that guy dies,I'll be up for murder.Why is it so hard to hold themselves to that standard?Or could it be they find it too inconvenient?Either way it is a piss poor assessment of their reputation as the "Finest".

  2. LEOs are "above the law". I haven't trusted any of them, or the "justice" system since my first ticket at 17. I got railroaded because I was a kid (easy prey). Now with their trigger-happy antics, I fear them. Yeah, "to protect and serve" my ass...

  3. For Santa's list