POLICE ABUSE - VARIOUS LOCATIONS ACROSS UNITED STATES
See also: Firefighter Arson
Minority deaths have been seen across the board in police related killings, as well as certain other groups.
Should we ask ourselves if there is a master plan or hidden war?
Although we need to consider the news at face value in terms of possible or likely news events
regarding police abuses, we also need to consider alternative possibilities. For example, special
interest groups with mafia-like infiltrations and influences might be doing things that are hard to see
because they are behind the scenes. There are several groups to consider: Muslim Mafia/Brotherhood
and their affiliates; Russian influences; older school, a more traditional mafia (Italian, Corsican) or
localized networks - one example of this was a drug ring in the Farmington, New Mexico area caught
several years ago (see Christesen, etc).
If these types of groups are messing with situations involving real or apparent police abuses, we need to
consider both more direct and indirect influences. Direct ones would be the more visible and obvious
discoverable using normal investigative strategies. Indirect ones would include things that “go bump in
the night” - that is, paranormal and/or paratechnical influences (ie, invisible fingers).
When looking for real root causes, we need investigative teams operating from this whole-brained
paradigm - that is, those able to consider both the more “normal” causes as well as the
paranormal/paratechnical. This will help bring the United States into the current century and beyond, as
we are still experiencing lag time on these concepts throughout the general public. In addition, we need
to develop our savvy regarding network violence, which includes network surveillance, communication
Summary of Links on This Page:
Nicholas Heyward shot by white police officer in 1994 in New York
Ferguson vs. Rodney - Lessons
Rodney King Beating Full Video in Los Angeles, CA
Another black teen killed miles from Ferguson
Michael Brown Shooting by white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri
Walter Scott Shooting by white police oifficer in North Charleston, S.C.
Taser! Taser! Taser!' a possible clue in dashboard camera video (Sarah Parvini, April 10, 2015)
Experts who spoke with the Los Angeles Times were struck by how courteous the initial exchange was between
North Charleston, S.C., Police Officer Michael T. Slager and motorist Walter L. Scott.
They agreed that Scott should not have run, but disagreed about whether Slager should have chased him. And
they noted that when Slager shouted, "Taser! Taser! Taser!" it meant he was about to use the non-lethal weapon.
The attorney said, "Clearly a Taser was involved, and the bystander said he heard the Taser going off. It still
makes the shooting at this stage as far as I can tell indefensible. ... It doesn't justify under any legal theory being
shot in the back."
Updates: From rivergold dot net-- 05/11/2018 on paranormal/paratechnical; 06/03/2016