“Brutality In Motion”: Each Year, 50,000 People Are Hospitalized From Police Injuries

by | Apr 20, 2017 | Aftermath, Conspiracy Fact and Theory | 73 comments

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    This article was written by Lily Dane and originally published at The Daily Sheeple.

    Editor’s Comment: The level that things have reached on every front is outrageous. It isn’t just police, the entire system is out of control. Hospitals kill at least 100,000 patients per year due; the monetary system is a spreading virus and a fraud. No transaction in society represents what it seems on face value; it is discounted, it is corruption.

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    Study: Police-Inflicted Injuries Send More Than 50,000 To Emergency Rooms EVERY YEAR

    by Lily Dane

    A new study published by JAMA Surgery found that from 2006 to 2012, there were approximately 51,000 emergency department visits per year for patients injured by law enforcement in the United States, with this number stable over this time period.

    From the press release:

    During this time period, there were 355,677 ED visits for injuries by law enforcement, and frequencies did not increase over time. Of these visits, 0.3 percent (n = 1,202) resulted in death. More than 80 percent of patients were men, and the average age of patients was 32 years. Most lived in zip codes with median household income less than the national average, and 81 percent lived in urban areas. Injuries by law enforcement were more common in the South and West and less common in the Northeast and Midwest. Most injuries by law enforcement resulted from being struck, with gunshot and stab wounds accounting for fewer than seven percent. Most injuries were minor. Medically identified substance abuse was common in patients injured by police, as was mental illness.

    The most common cause of injury was “being struck by or against” which accounted for approximately 77 percent of the ER visits.

    Lead study author Dr. Elinore Kaufman, a surgical resident at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City, told Live Science that mental illness was common, affecting 20 percent of people injured. She added that the study’s estimate of 51,000 emergency room visits per year does not include deaths that occur at crime scenes or people who are injured but do not seek medical attention.

    Of the findings, the study authors wrote,

    While public attention has surged in recent years, we found these frequencies [approximately 51,000 ED visits per year] to be stable over 7 years, indicating that this has been a longer-term phenomenon.

    While it is impossible to classify how many of these injuries are avoidable, these data can serve as a baseline to evaluate the outcomes of national and regional efforts to reduce law enforcement-related injury.

    According to The Counted, a database maintained by The Guardian, 1,146 people were killed by police in the US in 2015, and 1,092 lost their lives to law enforcement in 2016.

    The Washington Post maintains a database called Fatal Force that tracks police shootings. So far in 2017, according to the database, 295 people have been fatally shot by police in the US.

    A website called Killed By Police lists people who have been killed by police by all means, including gunshot, taser, restraint/physical force, chemical, vehicle, and “other.” The site is updated regularly, and as of the time of this writing, 343 deaths by law enforcement are documented.

    This article was written by Lily Dane and originally published at The Daily Sheeple.


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      1. It is concerning. The militarization of the police forces – no doubt about it. . .

        • Not to defend the cops, but my bet is the majority of these injured are black criminal street thugs that deserved a good beating anyway.

          • I see where you are coming from

            but in all reality.. no one has the right to put their hands on anyone , especially in force , and when its just to fill a personal thug need

            My policy is.. if you put your hands on me and do something beyond the need of the situation.. I have grounds to smash yer face into the ground to the point where yer own momma wont recognize you ..those days for the Pigs of this country is coming and when it arrives , they will turn into the biggest bunch of cry babies the world has ever seen

            And, I also have a very long memory of who does me wrong , and I also relish revenge , and punishment for being done wrong , especially when things are gotten out of hand

            walking the street a proud tyrant will be a target soon , and rightfully so

            all these cops know how to do these days is escalate the issue , so they feel they have the grounds to assault you , than they do

            • Boyes Hot Springs man and a Sonoma County sheriff’s deputy, who was later charged with beating the man as he lay in his own bed.

              now this cop has, what ever he gets ,,, comin to him

              • EotS, I agree with you. As I said, I don’t defend cops. Police do not help people, it’s not their job nor intent. They only become cops to satisfy their lust for control and intimidation of civilians, and to serve and protect their masters.

                However, I still stand by my comment. There are a lot of PoS scum thugs out there that deserve a good old-fashioned whipping, and not by the badged jack-booted control freaks.

                • agreed

                • I was driving a couple days ago in PA. We heard reports that Steven Stevens might be in PA. I looked at my wife and said “it sucks to be driving in PA, in a white Ford Focus while black. Yes we passed a couple.

                  Thanks for posting here, I know you take heat. You are a voice for some under represented conservatives. Keep doing what you are doing.

                  I don’t agree sometimes, but you’d be surprised how often America is with you.

            • EOTS, damn good points. Whoever put their hands on me has no business doing so, and if they do, they will have a fight on their hands. If I’m struck by anyone I have the right to strike back in self-defense. It’s irrelevant who the person is or what anyone’s law says about it. I don’t have any obligation to let someone with bad intentions toward me have their own way with me. I don’t have any obligations to any govt. thugs.

              • So what would you do if a cop stripped searched your child?

            • Enemy,
              The escalation part is so true. Keeps the arrest numbers up. And the money coming in.

            • You said,”My policy is.. if you put your hands on me and do something beyond the need of the situation.. I have grounds to smash yer face into the ground to the point where yer own momma wont recognize you…”

              Reply: It seems that the more you resist or at least try to defend yourself the more violence you will provoke. That and the judge will throw a bigger book at you for ‘injuring’ an officer of the law. I am totally disabled due to constant, high level pain from a crushed vertebra. A baton blow to the back could be devastating physically and emotionally. (BTW, no flame intended to your comment.)

          • BlackMoe, I was thinking the same thing. Black males are more likely than any other group of people to commit serious and violent crimes. Look up the FBI and DOJ statistics for crime. Very telling.

        • I had the shock of witnessing a guy at the supermarket get in his car, start it up and try to pull out of the Parking spot, only to immediately begin having a seizure.

          I called da popo to come render some assistance and all the dude having the seizure got from the shithead that responded was THIS STORY. Coincidentally, I knew this cop.

          He’s a POS that lives in my neighborhood and falsified evidence against me to obtain an illegal fireworks conviction.


        • if you look at situations police have had to deal with the past 20-30 years, for their own safety they have “militarize”…but it’s mostly equipment wise…an officer can’t toss a grenade into a room to clear it…a flash bang yes, a GI nade no…the vests, the vehicles…they are needed to keep the officers safe…extract another person from a “hot” area…unless you want to pony up and go get them…i would bet most of these injuries could have been avoided if the persons had done what the officer asked to begin with…

          • I’m sure that you have seen videos of compliant people who were forcibly ridden to the ground with a wrist twist and forced shoulder and once down the cop would kneel on his neck. That just about freaks me out with all of my disabilities and the constant pain that I endure. I hold my breath every time a police car rolls up behind me!

      2. Each year a half million American die from US MEDICAL FAILURES MALPRACTICE AND PHARMA PRODUCTS…So what. Lets deal with the WORST OF THE KILLERS instead of being fixated on police. Are they bad, yeah, but a doctor will kill you and get away with much more likely than dying by the hands of Police.

        • Disagree. Both categories are worthy of intense scrutiny.

      3. leave the GOOD cops in america alone!…..BOTH of ’em!

        • As one of the two good cops in America, let me say most of us only use the amount of force necessary to overcome the resistance. Quit resisting!!

          I have never deliberately beat anyone, and I have never witnessed another officer beat anyone. Does it happen, even in my department? Probably, but we try really hard to weed out the bad actors. Can’t say that’s true with every department, and the numbers don’t lie.

          Bottom line – you can’t have civilized society without an enforcer of the rules. To think otherwise is delusional. There are no Utopia’s.

          • A good cop would not be a cop at all. If you are truly a good person, would you consider another line of work that actually helps people instead of over-powering them?

            • BlackMoe,

              That’s like saying a good doctor would not be a doctor at all based on the malpractice of so many doctors and the death rate in hospital admissions.

              Your hatred of police (a necessary element of civil society) is painting with too broad a brush. Most are good people trying to keep their communities safe. I say they are no different than our military – just focused on domestic threats instead of foreign threats. Just like most doctors try to help patients not kill them.

              I’m not making excuses for the bad LE officers – just remember; out of more than 335,000 Federal, State, and Local police officers, with more than 1,500,000 publicly reported contacts with the public, 957 people were killed in 2016. Of these, 595 cases include fatal shootings that followed a wide range of violent crimes, including shootouts, stabbings, hostage situations, carjackings and assaults. (Washington Post) You have a better chance of getting struck by lightning than getting killed by a police officer, unless you are violently resisting them. The few bad actors (in any profession amplify the perception that they all are bad – but it’s not true!)

              Personally, I’d rather have the police in my neighborhood protecting me and my family from violence – if they can get there in time. I also strongly encourage you to learn to defend yourself until the police can get there. Rather be judged by 12, than carried by six.

              • YGBSM, no hatred here. As you say, everyone should take responsibility for their own defense. That in itself is much more valuable and required to attain and maintain a civilized society, and does not need a gang of “enforcers of the rules”. Law-abiding responsible civilians should be the sole enforcers, if they were allowed to be.

              • BlackMoe,
                I wend to college in a clan stronghold in the south, decades ago. It was creepy. Even if you were white you weren’t safe.

                Me and a buddy hitchhiked to Lauderdale for spring beak. We were unaware that a couple drivers were killed by hitch hikers, and a couple hitch hikers were killed by drivers that week. It was crazy. No one was picking us up, we walked like 80 miles on the trip home.

                We got close to our destination and saw a pickup truck with a stocked easy rider shotgun rack pass us three times. Third time a shotgun was not on the rack anymore. We freaking ran.

                We zig zagged through town on foot and ran into a Dennie’s. Had a 10:pm breakfast as we watched the easy rider truck drive by several more times, looking for us. We called a friend to pick us up and take us the last 50 miles. We paid him twice round trip gas. Best bargain I ever made.

                My whole point, you don’t have to be Black to be a target to either citizens, or police. But you have to be on you toes to live.

              • you are 10 times more likely to be killed by a cop then a “terrorist” you are a liar and your stats are bull. if you “defend” your self you will get arrested if not shot when the cops finally get there

              • when SECONDS count, a cop is only MINUTES away! i STILL help cops, even though i KNOW i will get no respect or thanks for it…i don’t know what’s wrong with me, but i bet it’s damned hard to pronounce….it’s a club, and WE aint IN IT!

          • YGBSM, welcome. I’m sure you’re aware that according to certain federal and state supreme court rulings ‘serving the public’ is NOT part of your job description. I know you only serve government and no one else. I know what kind of garbage has put into your mind concerning the public at the academy. To be fair, I realize there are certain parts of the public that ‘leave a lot to be desired’. Those parts of the public I have no use for myself. I’ve had 3 cousins in LE who dropped out because of the militarization of law enforcement and all the corruption they saw in it. There’s only one part of ‘police work’ that has NO legitimate basis and that is civil asset forfeiture. It’s amazing even today you people and the courts still use the ‘war on drugs’ as an excuse to steal from people and there’s no due process in that either. I’ve lost count of how many articles I’ve seen since the 80s about cops, prosecutors, and even some judges have taken stolen money and property from people for their own personal use. The war on drugs is bogus and you know it, just like the ‘war on terror’. If anyone ever tries civil asset forfeiture on me, I will resist. I don’t play the ‘shakedown’ game, period. You’re just a glorified revenue collector for the system. Gotta keep the money flowing for the crooks in suits and black robes, don’t we? You people don’t even care about the public. Whenever we ‘civilians’ get into a one-on-one situation with real criminals, AS INDIVIDUALS WE ARE ON OUR OWN AND HAVE TO BECOME OUR OWN FIRST-RESPONDERS. When mine or my loved ones’ lives are in jeopardy, the law becomes irrelevant. I will engage in self-defense, period. My rights come from God, NOT from anyone’s government. While you do make a valid point about there can be no civilized society without people playing by the rules, your chosen profession needs to be cleaned up. Civil asset forfeiture needs to stop along with the other crap. When my cousins attended the academy, they were taught that ‘cops aren’t supposed to be dirty. They’re supposed to stand up for everything that’s good, decent, and right.’ When I have to view LE and the courts the same way I look at groups like Black CRIMINAL Lives Matter, New Black Panther Party, etc., you know something’s seriously wrong in this country.

            • cops steal MORE than the burglars, in america.

          • Your a liar pig. Lets see you don’t move after being tased. When I put a hexolit 32 in your head, you’ll quit resisting,pig fucker.

          • There is one rule. Mess with me and die. The only good cops to enforce the rule are Smith and Wesson.
            Anyone who thinks society will not organize itself and remain moral without cops or government help is blind. Cops can not save a country from destruction. Only a Christian patriarchy gives children a conscience that provides safety from criminals.

          • you are a liar it is natural for a cop

      4. We’re being conditioned to accept the new Gestapo

      5. “Stop Resisting!”
        Just kidd’n.

        Sovereign immunity, in the line of DUTY?

        Militarized police is very concerning. Narrative: Gangs, Terrorists, Loners…
        Antifa and All other Leftists; well funded and roam freely with “Zero” accountability.
        This are a ruse trying to flush out certain types etc…! So obvious its STUPID!

        For avg. folks its Overwhelming use of force! The pre-conditioning starts at school.

        Heck, every public events including parades start out with the civilian military forces. Even July 4th has been turned into to a salute to Cops!
        July 4th parades should be started with out with Patriot portrayals. So much for saluting the reason for the holiday.

        The US states its free however more Americans are incarcerated per capita than any other country in the WORLD! For profit prison institutions etc…

        Neocon Trotsists and Communist Marxists- Thanks A Lot!

        BTW: There are good cops its the system and driving agenda’s!

      6. About 70% of arrests are resisted in some form or another. Fighting or running. Probably accounts for most of this. Then you have the bad cops. Then you have activist lawyers. Then you have activist media.

        • Summary execution and censure of media would prevent a lot of this

      7. Here’s the part where the people should wake up to the fact that they are the enemy of their own government.
        But hey, at least none of those injured people were flying United.

      8. There are Good Cops and Bad Cops. Most I work with are Good Cops. Yes there are going to people getting hurt because most of your job is dealing with people hurting other people, and when we arrive they try to hurt us. When that happens they get a good ass kicking.

        What the story doesn’t tell you is that there are at least that many officer that get hurt every year. I know I’ve been hurt at least 10 times in 30 years and yes the person that hurt me Got a Good Ass Kicking, and the next time we met he/she had a different additude. I wish it hadn’t gone that far but it did and I get paid to win.


        • Amen Brother!

        • Hey Sarg,

          I’m sorry to have personally observed
          a lot of police brutality. Brutality
          inflicted for no good reason, other than
          they could get away with it.
          Perhaps I have seen these actions
          because I was raised
          in southern California, which I escaped
          from, years ago.
          I have never been convicted of any crime.
          I hate and despise cops, but respect
          the need for them in our society, and the
          sometimes nearly impossible job they have to
          do eg. deal with domestic violence.
          If we didn’t have Democrats, we’d only
          need three cops and one sheriff per town.

          • “R”
            I pulled a cop off a subject one night because I thought he was going over board. As his Sgt. that was my job.

            I asked what the hell he was doing. He told me that he lost it when the bastard took a swing at him. Then he went on to tell me that he had to deal with this piece of shit several time before, and the worst one was when he arrested him for putting cigarettes out on his 4 mouth old baby. He told me that he had also arrested him for Domestic Battery where he beat the Holy Hell out of his wife and mother in law. When I told him that was for the courts to deal with he told me he that they just slap his wrest, and he got a $100.00 fine for burning the baby and for the domestic battery. He told me that he lost it and became the Judge, Jury, and executioner.

            Shit like this happens it is too bad but it does. By the way this piece of shit got his. Drunken bastard drowned in his own vomit.

            P.S. I didn’t report it to the higher ups. I let it go.


            • There was a time in life when I thought
              I wanted to be a cop. I took police
              science in High school and rode along on many night/
              midnight shifts. I quickly learned I did not have
              the people skills needed.
              In your example I would have killed the guy
              that tortured the baby.
              In my response I was referring to other
              out of the blue brutalities I saw.
              I knew some of these
              people and the worse thing they ever did
              was mouthing off.

              The worst ride along I had was when the cops
              busted one of my high school friday night
              illegal ( minors in posession)drinking parties.
              All the girls wanted to
              know why I was in the cops
              car. The cop told them I was under arrest.
              They bought it even though I was in
              the front seat. No one at the party
              got arrested.

            • Then you are just as guilty OATH BREAKER!

              This coming from the same guy who would stick a foreign object up a two year olds penis because a judge told him too.


              • Nofilter78, like I said earlier, drop the whole subject and move on.

              • Who are the freaks that would write or agree to a law that would do this legally to a child? Secondly, who are the freaks that would carry it out? Just because some freak judge said it was ok doesn’t make it morally or ethically right. And child protective services instigate a lot of bullshit like this.

            • Sgt.
              I had a nephew going wrong. For a time we helped. Once we paid off a victim of his theft. In another case we paid for a good lawyer, who got him off.

              Then he actually robbed us one Holliday. We pressed charges, toughest thing we ever did, tough for him too he did six months, and is still wanted in anther state for several more years until statute of limitations runs our.

              Tough love works, he’s been working for a few years and has a wife and son now. He seems to have found himself. It’ll be a while before we break bread with him.

              He’s family, like many other Leo’s you know. Sgt., we are alike more than we are different. I grasp how family is protected, until they cross a certain line.

              Still I have to respect how you reach beyond the blue wall, and touch many across the country here. My hat is off to you Sarge. You are doing a great service to LE and to prepping. Bridges are among the toughest things to build.

              • Sarge, he robbed you? At gun point?

        • “There are Good Cops and Bad Cops.”

          So how does John Q. Public go about distinguishing the good cops from the bad cops?
          Is there a special patch the good cops wear on their uniforms that says “good” on it?
          And vice-versa, a patch that says “bad” for the bad ones?
          Is there a secret sign that I should look for?
          Maybe a poker style tell, perhaps?
          All the public sees is the uniform. Militarized, these days.
          When you swear the oath and don the uniform you lose any and all right to claim any sort of individuality, good or bad. You are now a member of a group. Some folks call that group the Blue Line.
          When one member of the group does something bad, the entire group should be held accountable for it. But, as we have seen time and time again, there is no accountability.
          There is just the group doing whatever the group pleases while the American people suffer for it.

      9. Didn’t tell you that most of the ER visits are mandatory after an “altercation” occurs. How many of these were serious or life threatening injuries? And how many of these were street thugs, that were resisting or assaulting the police officer.? Cat got your tongue you communist bastards. Yes we all know there are a few bad apples in any organization. And lest not forget that these cops are humans also. They have emotions and get angry like the rest of us. Between dealing with these street animals, and the filthy communist lawyers licking their chops to bring charges 9civil or criminal) after an “altercation”, I’m surprised we have any cops left that want the job.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        • “J”
          Thank you, and well stated!!!!!!

          1980’s and 90’s you only went if you were ordered to or you felt like it.

          For me 2 Bites
          1 leg cuts that had to have stiches.
          2 Arm ” ” ” ” ” ”
          2 Hand ” ” ” ” ” ”
          2 X-Rays on ribs
          1 dislocated fingers.


        • Anyone who supports cops is a commie. In USA every freeman is supposed to have same authority as a cop. If everyone was armed all of the thugs would be dead in a week.

      10. Thugs fight the cops to give themselves street creds in front of their buddies. by themselves they usually don’t resist. I bet they don’t slap their mama.

        • If you were hit first , do you roll up in a ball?

          I hope the answer is no

          plenty of times people are assaulted by the Pigs , when they never lifted a hand to them

          now if they struck the cop first and he just deals with it at that level and doesn’t escalate the force , ok than.. but you know in 99.9% of the cases , even if you just touched him on his shoulder that is concerted assault and you will be fed yer face , and usually way way past the need to subdue the person

          Im not naive to those who have to be treated as such, but if that person isn’t 1st off being combative PHYSICALLY ( not verbal) than that cop needs to do his job , and by that I dont mean be a tyrant prick .. in other words if the pig starts or initiates the physical attack when there isnt that threat already .. he’s way out of line

      11. Play stupid games…win stupid prizes.

      12. BlackMoe, that or some white trash hyped up on meth or animal tranquilizers…

      13. Wonder if these stats include the mental anguish of pre-teen boys being stripped searched for $33?

        • Hey
          Brave and Warchild.

          Guess who is back, The Troll BJ

        • Nofilter78, you need to stop beating on a dead horse. What’s done is done and there’s no going back and changing it. Go take a flying leap.

          • Muzzle Flash, thanks for the heads up. He sounds and writes like BJ but using a different name. I don’t care what name he uses, I’ll still tell him where to go.

          • The moron from Memphis is at it again!

            Speaking of dead, Waffle House?

            Now you talk about stop beating a dead horse but if that was your son what would you do to that cop? So those violated boys should just forget how a cop violated them? Forget how a cop violated their rights?

            Two quotes ago you were talking about beating cops, just not good old Sgt Dale. The same guy who we know is an oath breaker. Same guy that violates little boys rights. Same guy who will do whatever a judge told him to do. Same guy who watched his subordinates play judge and jury to an alleged criminal.

            Simpleton who hates all illegal immigrants unless they decide to sleep with him!

      14. America is 1938 Germany, complete with a Nazi Police State.

        • Oh, worse than that.

          Much worse, Germany was actually a paradise compared to America today.

      15. El Reno, Oklahoma: bedfast 86 year old woman refused to take medications, grandson concerned calls emergency services thinking he would get a technician. Instead several uniformed police show up. One policeman stands on woman’s oxygen tubing trying to make her comply. Another policeman tased the woman claiming she took an aggressive poster. Woman transported to hospital where police insisted she be put in a psych ward. The woman sued, I do not know results of suit. Muskogee, Oklahoma: Sister receives phone call from her depressed sister talking of suicide. Sister leaves to go to sister’s side, but calls police first, thinking the police could get there before her. Depressed sister taken to emergency room at hospital. At some point depressed sister is put in leather restraints on both wrists and both ankles. Nurse was trying to give shot to depressed sister to calm her. Because she still was not cooperating police tased her and maced her. The police in this case(IMO) did not take into consideration any one else in the immediate area that could have been affected by the mace. The nurse in attendance could have asthma, or some other person close by could have some type of breathing problem. This was excessive force, IMO ,If 3 to 4 policemen can’t hold a woman still enough to give an injection, then they need to find a new job. The woman sued and lost, the court ruling it was not excessive force. Yeah, right. I said it before and I’ll say it again, police are just thugs in uniforms. They either have no training or totally disregard their training. As a nurse we were taught how to handle combative patients without causing harm. Also the state has a law that a person has a right to refuse their medications.

        • …..she took an aggressive posture.

      16. What is the matter with you people? Who are you gonna call when things go south. Ghost busters, please. Live all your little prepper fantasy. I have been following this and other web sites for years. They economy will not collapse and even if it does you will not be able to run around like a bunch of vigilantes. Grow up. Put on your big boy pants and act like adult men and women.

        • Lane, why should you call anybody? People like you are living in a fantasy world where you think you can just pick up the phone and call for help anytime and everytime you need someone to rush to you and save you, instead of taking responsibility for your own safety and security. Grow up, learn to be more independent and self-sufficient.

        • When you give authority to retards you are inferior to them. I would trust my gun or even an average American more than a cop. You can defend yourself against a thug. But you can’t defend against organized mafia called the police. You will get executed without a trial.

      17. The population of the USA in 2017 is over 325,000,000. 51000 in not even 0.1 percent of the population. If you really believe that is a HUGE problem, you don’t have any problems.

      18. Hmm, maybe there is a correlation to the 50,000 police officers assaulted every year. If you’re going to show stats then show the flip side to it.

        • “50,000 police officers assaulted”…..ummm, yeah,….we’ve SEEN that movie(youtube) too many times…..you mean 50,000 SUPPOSED assaults?….or, ALLEGED assaults?….right….BANG BANG BANG….POLICE OFFICER! stop or I’ll SHOOT! BANG BANG BANG!….shoot first, and ask questions NEVER!

      19. Well said Sarge, that is the God honest truth.. Too much negativity against cops. I know some really good ones, that are trustworthy. Cops are human too. One of my cop friends is now a bounty hunter. I have been on hunts with him on a few runs to pick up bad thugs. Funnily the thugs cooperated with me and I didn’t have to implement instinction level protocol.


      20. The police also save lives and prevent injuries. There are no solid statistics on these topics but I’d bet than they far exceed the 50,000

        hahaha 🙂

      22. Sexual child abuse committed by cop whose job was to visit local public schools and interact with the students. I’m talking grades K through 6th. When this starts to come out, it gets shut down so fast the public does not here about it. It is covered up, and the cop gets to resign under the pretense of taking a prestigious job in DC. The reason I know about it is because my sister worked there as a cop too. Now there’s more. This excop/perp comes back to a nearby town and buys a skating rink. He starts to sexually abuse children coming to his business. Eventually he is found out and tried for his crimes and sent to prison where he belongs. The first offense this person committed at his job as a cop should not have been covered up. It would have prevented more children from being sexually abused if he had been prosecuted the first time. I don’t know how the higher ups at the police dept. who covered this crime up could live with themselves. I guess they have no conscience. This is also a good example why people do not respect or trust the police. If they will cover up such a hideous crime as this they will lie about anything.

      23. The NWO agenda is to nationalize the police and to use them as a standing army for those who do not conform to the NWO system. Slowly incrementally over time the COPS will become the enforcers of the NWO. They will become more aggressive, hostile, and predatory towards the general public and given a green light of the corrupt judicial system at every level as central planning and regionalism continues under UN agenda 21policies that are going through city councils, state capitals, county boards and especially at the top in DC.

        There is a place for LE, constitutional LE, but the future of LE is to be a militarized police state.

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