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Thread: AZ - Unarmed man shot dead by cop for non-compliance

  1. #151
    CA is correct.

    So is Fish.

    There was never a time when you might find yourself getting a "wood shampoo" from a cop fro no good reason.

    But things now are without a doubt worse, due to CFC and military style training.

    We are no longer citizens to be served and protected, even if it was only mouthing words in the past.

    We are now threats to be neutralized, if we so much as twitch funny or exhibit the slightest "Contempt of Cop".



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  3. #152
    https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2018...not-complying/

    Anti Federalist January 27, 2018 at 8:04 pm

    Highlanderjuan asked:

    “So, tell me – why are American cops so murderous in the 21st century when they were not so murderous in earlier time periods?”
    As I mentioned in a previous post: it is the result of the use of force guidelines being changed.

    Twenty years ago cops were held to a “rules of engagement” or vertical force continuum that was less likely to result in deadly force being used right out of the gate. A cop was (in theory and legally anyway) only permitted to use whatever force was needed to stop a suspect from using force against them and achieve compliance. Simply put, if you used your fists a cop could a nightstick and no more.

    That has all been thrown out the window post 9/11

    The use of force continuum is now circular, with the cop in the center, and any and all means of force in a circle to choose from at any given time, as long as the magic phrase is uttered: “I feared for my safety”.

    This has created the practical reality that means that cops can pretty much blow you away ANY TIME THEY FEEL LIKE IT, for little or no reason at all: “He twitched strangely and I feared for my safety – BOOM”

    Why has this training been adopted?

    Two reasons: the feds push it from the top, the better to manhandle us and push us around.

    Second and more important: it is the deadly side of the “Cult of Safety”. Officer Safety trumps the life of any single Mundane. They are trained day and night that they are at war with us, that only their quick thinking and fast action will be what saves them every day.

    Lawyers and the insurance mafia love this as well. Simply put, it is cheaper for the state to pay out whatever pittance they have to, to pay off a dead Mundane’s family, than it is to pay for the medical and disability claims of a privileged porker that threw his back out wrestling some suspect to the ground rather than just blowing him away.

    This is a volatile and deadly combination, which is why you see more and more of these stories.

    Your best defense is to avoid cops like the plague, have nothing to do with them, do not call them for any reason, and do everything in your power to get rid of them if they do encroach on your life, as annoying as it is don’t escalate or confront in any way, get them down the road and away from you.

    MGTOW for cops.



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  5. #153
    Quote Originally Posted by ChristianAnarchist View Post
    I can tell you of several examples where the "peace officers" back then did NOT abuse people I knew (or me) and they did not.

    It's my experience.
    Mine too,, I have not been abused by all of them.

    but I have also learned to avoid the abuse.
    Liberty is lost through complacency and a subservient mindset. When we accept or even welcome automobile checkpoints, random searches, mandatory identification cards, and paramilitary police in our streets, we have lost a vital part of our American heritage. America was born of protest, revolution, and mistrust of government. Subservient societies neither maintain nor deserve freedom for long.
    Ron Paul 2004

    Registered Ron Paul supporter # 2202
    It's all about Freedom

  6. #154
    Quote Originally Posted by pcosmar View Post
    Mine too,, I have not been abused by all of them.

    but I have also learned to avoid the abuse.
    lol, yeah it's often better to avoid a confrontation so that one might live to fight another day.

  7. #155
    Former Mesa PD Officer Phillip Brailsford was rehired and then promptly fired with full pension of $31,000 a year, a million dollar payout over one's lifetime for killing unarmed father of two, Daniel Shaver.
    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/ph...tires-pension/
    July 11, 2019

    Mesa cop fired, rehired and then retired with $31,000-a-year pension
    https://www.12news.com/article/news/...b-a96bf4d5172d
    Officer Philip Brailsford was terminated after shooting an unarmed businessman in a hotel. After jury acquittal, he was rehired so he could apply for disability.

  8. #156
    Quote Originally Posted by kahless View Post
    Former Mesa PD Officer Phillip Brailsford was rehired and then promptly fired with full pension of $31,000 a year, a million dollar payout over one's lifetime for killing unarmed father of two, Daniel Shaver.
    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/ph...tires-pension/
    July 11, 2019

    Mesa cop fired, rehired and then retired with $31,000-a-year pension
    https://www.12news.com/article/news/...b-a96bf4d5172d
    Can't blame the cop for any of that. Jury acquitted. Department rehired.

  9. #157
    I don't know if it's true, but I read elsewhere that Brailsford declared bankruptcy to avoid being sued by the family. The one thing he asked to be exempted and protected as far as his assets was the AR-15 he used to commit the killing. His PTSD from the event is so bad he wants to keep the tool he used to do it with.

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