Boots-And-Triggers: The United States Police State Is Here
Despite the attempts of the powers-that-be to keep the masses locked in their cage of US Dollar hegemony and terrorism, the system is at the end of its ropes. In the United States, the quickly evolving culture at the end of the currency cannot be kept up with by the bureaucratic institutions of the past from the DMV to the IRS. These agencies are having to quickly adapt to an increase in unpaid tickets by people who do not wish to pay indulgences to corrupt cities, states and Feds, as well as those who are avoiding the tax system because they do not believe it is just and/or do not make money enough to pay the indulgences.
More-and-more, people are letting their hair down on a sinking ship. They are seeing it in themselves to stand up to the power-abuse, thus risking their well-being in the process. It is a brave endeavor as the United States shows itself to the world as a Neo-Nazi, Soviet State. These phenomena are leaving one last option for the state, and that is violence and incarceration. Police across the United States are growing increasingly boot-and-trigger happy. And why not? Chances are their tickets will not be paid, and why put the added weight of one more prisoner on the U.S. taxpayer. Just shoot to kill. When the use-of-force complains come across the department secretary’s desk, rest assured that Sarge will make it disappear.
At least, that is what Washington State’s King County’s Sheriff’s office has been doing in regards to police brutality. Simply not reporting it. In 2011, the county internally considered two use-of-force complains. That same year, the Seattle Police Department investigated 150 use-of-force complaints. County auditors in King’s County have wondered if the Sheriff’s Department is even accepting brutality complains any longer.
“Supervisors,” states the audit presented to the County Council by a consulting firm, “are not consistently identifying and reporting complaints or incidents of misconduct and policy violations. In its interviews of KCSO management and officers, Hillard Heintze discovered multiple instances where supervisors and commanders did not know about, review, or refer issues to the IIU [Internal Investigations Unit] for review and action.”
14 of 732 investigative cases were examined by the consulting firm. Of those 14, complaints were found that had been stamped “unfounded” and “not sustained” even when accused officers admitted to the violations. The audit found that “early implementation efforts were not fully executed or sustained over time. As a result, King’s County Sheriff Department is not complying…to create and sustain a culture of accountability.”
This news out of Washington State as the amounts of police brutality cases across the United States grow to staggering levels. Use the keyphrase of “police brutality” in Google’s news aggregater and there is no lack of evidence of the growing danger U.S. citizens are in when they step outside, and especially when, if they dare, question authority. July 25, 2012, Google’s aggregrater brings us the following news stories:
Police Brutality in Anaheim, County Solves Police Brutality: Don’t Report It, Stamford drug bust raises police brutality claim, police-brutalized black mayor, groups to protest what they consider police brutality, and so on.
Maintaining peace is not the job description of the new police officer. Ensuring that authority is respected is the new assignment. And when it is not, anything goes. Occupy Wall Street protesters have had gross instances of police brutality perpetrated against them, and they have vowed to bring these cases to court. Godspeed to them, but there is very little chance that anything will come to fruition in their favor in court. The full force of the State is against free humanity, and the boots-and-triggers will do everything they can to ensure that you Respect Their Authority: