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Monday, April 27, 2015

Police said Gray was arrested after he made eye contact with officers and ran away.


Police said Gray was arrested after he made eye contact with officers and ran away. 

Officers held him down, handcuffed him and loaded him into the van. While inside, he became irate and leg cuffs were put on him, police have said.

Gray asked for medical help several times, beginning before he was placed in the van. After a 30-minute ride that included three stops, paramedics were called.

Authorities have not explained how or when Gray's spine was injured.

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"Probable Cause" as defined under the "Stop & Frisk" paradigm.

Examine the premise.

Everyone out there looking at Baltimore and NOT seeing the Evils of Tyranny in play - are wrong.

What if YOU ...made eye contact and ran away...?  Or your kid?

I think you'd be hunting LEO, too.  With friends.

Looting?  Destroying your neighborhood?  Not so much.

But you'd better understand that what future FreeFor/OpFor "Candid Exchanges of Ideas" looks like, is on your screens, right now.  Colors may change.  But not the essence.

Kerodin
III

6 comments:

  1. ...and it all plays in so nicely with the sudden emergence of Marty O'Malley as a democrat presidential hopeful for 2016. He's gonna 'hero' himself with how he handles this "revolt" in Maryland. With the help of a complicit MSM, of course.

    Watch as this unfolds, and mister O'Malley materializes, center stage, to solve this 'pervasive problem' of police brutality.

    It's a setup. Period.

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  2. I cannot understand the American Negro. While I believe they are justified in their attacks/riots against the badged thugs, I cannot understand their looting, stealing and destruction of private property.

    They lose their argument about cops when they attack private property.

    Sad to say but they're fucking morons.

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    1. I don't get the psychology behind destroying their own neighborhoods, either. If I had to guess, I'd say they are in their "Comfort Zone" where everything is familiar, yet the rage inside must be released - so they vent on what is there.

      And they tend to vent first against symbols of what oppresses them - like national chain stores owned by people who don't live there. Then they move into local merchants who aren't 'like them' - such as Korean stores. Finally, they move on to local mom & pop shops owned by their own race, because they still have rage to vent and even the "Mom & Pop" owners are better-off financially than are they - so they succumb to the class-warfare and crabs-in-the-bushel-basket divisiveness pimped by Jackson, Sharpton, et al.

      That's my psycho-analysis - and it doesn't matter much, except when one considers how those reflexive tendencies may be used for our own ends. ;)

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  3. "Sad to say but they're fucking morons."
    Without question, that is an extremely common
    multiracial condition for the majority of dumb as
    dogshit Americans, daily masquerading as free people
    and citizens of a Constitutional Republic.
    Have you seen what those fucking morons watch on
    television?
    I have and I don't watch a lot of television, for that exact
    reason.
    You would think that the treasonous crimes of
    the multiracial communist dictatorship ruling our Republic,
    the waves of illegals and terrorists crossing our porous
    southern border unchecked, and the unchecked and merciless
    violence of the multiracial standing army/police state would be
    enough.
    Alas, it is not to be
    As always, it’s not time to fight their traitorous crimes or their police state.
    We don’t want to “lose the moral high ground” or “have another
    Sumter,” don’t you know.
    However, let’s not hesitate to type tough, gear up, load for bear and go to the mat with them niggers, while the traitorous communists in DC
    get a pass.
    "The American Negro."
    Meh!!!
    Fuck that, I am a free man and citizen of a Constitutional Republic.

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  4. Iran just seized a US cargo ship...

    http://rt.com/news/253853-iran-seize-us-ship/

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  5. "Candid exchange of ideas" indeed. Like Appomattox? I think not.

    It may not have been apparent to Lee that they would never be done destroying liberty, that there was no quarter to be given, and never would be; but it is plainly apparent to me, and many other folks. We have the benefit of 150 years of history to look back upon.

    WE HAVE BEEN WARNED
    THEY WILL GIVE NO QUARTER
    WE MUST GIVE EVEN LESS

    Heed their own words: Victory is not victory, until it is absolute.

    We have, indeed, been warned...


    His quis oderunt libertatem, condemnamus se morti!

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