Sadists in Costumes Police the Streets of America
The United States is becoming day-by-day a stranger and wackier place. The population is being filled with pills that create psychosis, vaccinations that create disease, and foods that create illness. Americans are literally eating Americans in hallucinatory zombie episodes brought on by the poisons that the U.S. government and its corporate partners pump them full of. It makes the show about zombies walking the streets of America, The Walking Dead, seem tame. In the real world, zombies are not beyond the government – they are created by the government. That the government would pump its own population up with poisons that lead people to act totally insane should not be a surprise, considering the U.S. government’s long history of harming its own population through experiments such as Tuskegee and MK Ultra.
It’s no wonder that people are starting to act as sadistically as the super heroes and villains in their favorite movies. A recent murder near the second largest military base in the United States, Camp Pendleton which sits north of San Diego, CA, has implicated a U.S. Marine in the bloody murder of a 22-year-old. The terrible incident reads like the U.S. sitcom Dexter or Criminal Minds. Brittany Killgore, 22, was seen for the last time on April 13. She was wearing a borrowed purple evening gown. Her body was later found near a lake in Southern California with neck injuries consistent with strangulation and marks on her write and leg demonstrated that someone tried to use a saw or other tool to dismember her body.
What most U.S. citizens choose to ignore is that, as their austere plight grows grimmer, the amounts of sadistic violence committed both by authority figures—police and military—and everyday people will increase. For example, if an individual’s economic situation is considered not ideal, the typical U.S. Citizen can receive prescriptions with ease. These prescriptions in turn undoubtedly increase an individual’s likelihood of psychosis, of Goin’ Postal, of kill, kill, kill.
The 45-year old Camp Pendleton Marine defendant in the case pleaded not guilty to murder charges in the death of the wife of a Marine. Staff Sgt. Louis Ray Perez is believed to have been the last person seen with the 22-year-old woman, who evidently sent a text message to a friend that read, “Help,” before being murdered. There are three suspects, however, who investigators say lived together and kept a “sex dungeon” at their home in Fallbrook, California, northeast of San Diego. Investigators claim to have found “bondage type sex apparatuses, toys and tools” in their home. All three, including two women and one marine, have been charged in Killgore’s murder.
One of the suspects, 25-year-old Jessica Lopez wrote a vivid seven-page letter about the gruesome murder of which she was accused. Her motive, according to the letter tied to her, was that she believed Killgore, the victim, was “trying to come between and the other two suspects, Louis Ray Perez and Dorothy Maraglino.” She wrote that she had been wronged before in a relationship and was determined to do what she had to do when Killgore entered their home. Lopez detailed that she shot Britanny with a stun gun, wrapped a rope around her neck, bured her face in a pillow and strangled her. “She barely moved but she just wouldn’t die, the miserable whore,” Lopez wrote.
Lopez claimed to have made “a few attempts to chop her up” with Perez’s power tools and doused Killgore’s body in bleach to get rid of evidence. She then dumped the nude body near Lake Skinner in Riverside County. Investigators apparently found the letter in a San Diego hotel where Lopez was discovered with signs of attempted suicide four days after Killgore’s disappearance. Detectives have said that Killgore accepted Perez’s invitation to a San Diego dinner cruise after having helped her move that afternoon. The warrants do not say how Killgore met the suspects.
And then there is the recent case in which an NYPD detective was suspended without pay over other police officer discovered a bound man being held for ransom in the garage of the officer’s Queens home.
Veteran NYPD officer Ondre Johsnson, also 45 years old, was arrested outside his home after a kidnapping victim was found there. The police claim that the 25-year-old victim was kidnapped from his home and brought to the garage behind the NYPD officer’s house by two other suspects. At the garage, the victims’ hands were tied with zip ties and his feet with rope. In a drama of American stupidity, one of the kidnappers called a relative of the victim and demanded the $75,000. The relative recognized the kidnapper’s voice, according to the police. Busted.
The 17-year old veteran of the NYPD was arrested after he identified himself as an officer. Johnson claims he did not know about the kidnapping taking place in his home. Johnson avoided any charges, but had been suspended while the matter is investigated. But Americans can rest assured that this potential NYPD kidnapper might still face charges. “He’s still not completely off the hook,” a source said. “Something is not right here. They’re going to try to find out what he was doing there and how he knows these guys.”
Nothing is right here? These are the sorts of observations reserved for the mainstream media in the United States. Truisms are the new revelations. Obviously, one glaring similarity between these two cases lies in the proximity of authority figures to them; that is, the staff sergeant and the officer. In the first one, a Marine is a prime suspect, although news reports have focused specifically on the woman who purportedly wrote the letter detailing the murder. In the latter, an NYPD police officer escapes charges of kidnapping, though the victim was held in his garage. Neither costumed thug is the focus of the mainstream media.
These stories teach one not trust those in positions of authority, just because they are in positions of authority. The amount of sadistic violence being perpetrated by police officer and military personnel in the U.S. has reached a staggeringly public level. Citizens in the U.S. are waking up to the truth that they cannot trust the authorities, but is it too late?
Ultimately, that’s up to the U.S. citizenry to decide. It’s going to take a lot of grassroots organizing, with people doing everything they can to starve the massive banks which have taken over society with an iron fist of absolute fascism. This means implementing alternative currencies such as bitcoin and using local, personal vendors. To practice the sort of organization needed for a boycott—of, say, the transnational corporations that are sucking the dynamics out of doing business—can lay the foundation needed should the armed U.S. population need to take up a guerilla war against the largest Empire in world history. Organization they will need, for they will be surely up against some depraved sadists in costumes.