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“If we don’t have the right to question a police officer, then we are living in a police state!”

July 5, 2011

 

“If we don’t have the right to question a police officer, then we are living in a police state!”

Absolutely. Our municipal, state and federal governments exist by the express consent of the governed. The people have the civil authority to question and record the actions of officers while on duty, regardless of what the police unions claim. They exist for the benefit of the people and to uphold the liberties and their state constitutions. It’s the law. Police who violate the law are subject to arrest and removal from their positions.

This video is evidence of a criminal action by the officers at hand. So why were the charges dropped? Because the prosecutor knew the police were in the wrong, so they’ll just drop the case to protect the police. This is how justice is served in America.

This country has become a nation of revolving doors, corruption, bribery and thuggery. Our constitutions specifically point out the illegality of these elements. It also gives the right of the civil authority to dismantle their governments and re-establish new governments as they see fit. When we no longer have that right, we are under absolute tyranny.

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