The III Percent Mission Statement: Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will
within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. ~ Thomas Jefferson
In the absence of orders, go find something Evil and kill it!
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
"Not one more inch" crowd? "LEO is good" crowd? Bueller?
You already know California confiscates guns from newly-listed "Prohibited Persons".
Now Illinois is doing it.
Every single person involved in these crimes against Liberty, from the LEO knocking on the door to the politicians who voted for the legislation to the voters who pulled the lever for those politicians are guilty of Treason, for they are deliberately and knowingly seeking to overthrow the Constitution - they are waging war, they are NOT engaged in "legitimate political differences of opinion".
Think they are not "Waging war?"
They WILL shoot you if you resist. That is the definition of waging war.
And in the case of the LEO and politicians involved, their crimes are even more vile and deserving of the ultimate penalty - for they are breaking their sworn oath, an oath they voluntarily took to protect and defend the Rights of Citizens they are supposed to serve.
They are all repugnant traitors and undeserving of the title "Americans".
Here's the link, I found it at Brock's place.
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It should shortly be just as dangerous to do your 'job' as it is to set in your living room minding your own business.ReplyDelete
At that point, though, I think it should be just as dangerous for them to set in theirs since they can't mind their own business.
Remember Mouseketeers, if you are not doing anything wrong, you have nothing to worry about.ReplyDelete
Cigarettes Can Kill: Florida Deputies Shoot Man Looking for a Smoke in His Own Driveway
July 29, 2013
Early Saturday morning, Roy Middleton was rummaging through his mother’s car in the driveway of his Warrington, Florida, home, looking for a cigarette, when he heard someone bark, “Get your hands where I can see them!” Middleton initially thought it was a neighbor playing a joke on him, but when he turned his head he saw Escambia County sheriff’s deputies standing in his driveway. The next thing he knew, he says, they were shooting at him. “It was like a firing squad,” Middleton told the Pensacola News Journal. “Bullets were flying everywhere.” Middleton was lucky the deputies were terrible shots. His injuries were limited to a leg wound. “My mother’s car is full of bullet holes though,” he said. “My wife had to go and get a rental.”
The deputies came to Middleton’s house around 2:42 a.m. after a neighbor saw him reaching into the car and called 911. What happened after that, from the cops’ perspective, is unclear. But let’s say they were unnerved by Middleton’s slowness in obeying the command to show his hands and feared that he was armed. Maybe he even moved in a way that suggested to the deputies that he might be reaching for a weapon. That scenario is in some ways similar to the one confronting Merritt Landry the previous night, when he shot a teenager who had hopped the fence in front of his New Orleans home. Landry said he shot the intruder, Marshall Coulter, because he seemed to be reaching for a weapon. Coulter was in fact unarmed, although there is little doubt, given his history of burglary arrests (his brother called him “a professional thief”), what he was planning to do after climbing the fence.
Police Kill 95-Year-Old Man with ‘Bean Bag’ Rounds Chicago Tribune
July 30, 2013
The 95-year-old resident of a Park Forest senior living community who died after a Friday confrontation with police was killed by the bean-bag rounds police fired at him, the Cook County medical examiner’s office determined following an autopsy today.
The Cook County medical examiner’s office said that the cause of death of John Warna was hemoperitoneum – bleeding in the stomach area from blunt force trauma of the abdomen after he was shot with a bean bag gun.
Warna, wielding a 12-inch blade and a cane, was shocked with a Taser and then hit by the bean-bag rounds from police before later dying at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn about 2:30 a.m. Saturday, according to authorities.
Read more at the Chicago Tribune