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It is an interesting story - but not an example of some overarching conspiracy.

 

Here is the rest of this "news" story:

 

http://reason.com/blog/2013/05/03/culpeper-cop-who-shot-and-killed-patrici

Daniel Harmon-Wright, the police officer in Culpeper, Virginia, who shot and killed former Sunday school teacher Patricia Cook in February 2012, has been sentenced to three years in prison. This is what the jury recommended upon convicting Harmon-Wright of manslaughter three months ago. According to WJLA, the Cook family will proceed with its lawsuit against Harmon-Wright.

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It is an interesting story - but not an example of some overarching conspiracy.

 

Here is the rest of this "news" story:

 

http://reason.com/blog/2013/05/03/culpeper-cop-who-shot-and-killed-patrici

Daniel Harmon-Wright, the police officer in Culpeper, Virginia, who shot and killed former Sunday school teacher Patricia Cook in February 2012, has been sentenced to three years in prison. This is what the jury recommended upon convicting Harmon-Wright of manslaughter three months ago. According to WJLA, the Cook family will proceed with its lawsuit against Harmon-Wright.

 

 

Well I wouldn't call it conspiracy but what we are seeing in law enforcement is acting out a form of lawlessness. If you did that you'd do a lot more then 3 years time. It's really not a conspiracy that there are two different sets of rules of law, one for us and one for them. It's an alarming trend, whereby innocent people are being killed and no responsibility is being taken and when it is, it's minimal if any punishment and shooting dogs is part of the program of dominance.

 

People have to be taught to obey...

 

http://xrepublic.tv/node/4241

 

This one cost them 134k but that doesn't matter because it happened again ---

 

Old friend in OC Sheriffs dept once told me they do whatever they can get away with, They see how far they go and if people put up with it them doing so they make it a law in some way. Color of law is what they practice - do what I say or I'll arrest you or abuse you. It's a practice not an exception.

 

What would make a person shoot an unarmed woman like that? What type of mentality? Her tax dollars at work I guess...

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You know - if they locked up a few more of these rouge policeman - maybe things wouldn't escalate as quickly as they seem to.

 

 

That's the problem, they don't so it escalates and now it's pretty common and 3 years? That's less then most white collar crimes. I see so many of these daily it's scary .

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It is sad, but true - there are 2 sets of laws.

Last Sunday our talk was 181 - "Is It Later Than you Think?" good talk. One of the 5 parts of the composite sign they reviewed was Matt 24:12 - "an increase in lawlessness". I like that they defined that as - breaking God's laws - not necessarily human laws. And the breaking of His laws is WAY on the increase by MOST people!! - as you posted in multiple threads.


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This is just another example highlighting the folly of man not only directing his own step but elevating himself to direct the steps of others.  Law enforcement, in small towns and large urban centers alike, has become militarized and the citizenry is reaping the seeds sown.  Here are a couple more news items regarding this incident:

 

http://reason.com/archives/2012/06/27/how-facebook-helped-a-small-town-fight-b

 

http://www.wusa9.com/news/article/208366/158/Culpeper-Family-Describes-Encounter-With-Harmon-Wright

 

People are on edge.  Gun sales are through the roof.  Unfortunately, this can only end badly, more blood and carnage.

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