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Federal court: police can break down door and seize guns without warrant or charges
05-22-2014, 07:22 AM
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Federal court: police can break down door and seize guns without warrant or charges
After being informed of the police involvement, Sutterfield requested that Dr. Bentle ask that police “call off ” the search. The doctor notified police that she spoke with her patient and that “she was not in need of assistance.”
However, Officer Hewitt would not take ‘no’ for an answer. The showdown continued for approximately 30 minutes. Police requested backup, and Ms. Sutterfield called 9-1-1 to attempt to call off the pushy officers.

Despite having no warrant, officers helped themselves to a “proactive sweep” of the woman’s home. During the search, police broke open a locked, opaque case and discovered her pistol. “It was definitely not in plain sight,” Sutterfield said, explaining that the officers had opened up a gym bag located in another room, and then busted open a locked CD case to reveal her gun.


In short, Sutterfield’s privacy (which was admittedly encroached upon) was left unprotected by the Bill of Rights because of the “exigent circumstances” in which police executed an emergency detention — with no warrant, no criminal charges, and no input from the judiciary. Similarly, the gun confiscation was also deemed as acceptable due to the so-called “emergency” which police claimed had been taking place for 9 consecutive hours.

http://www.policestateusa.com/2014/sutte...milwaukee/

Is it considered a conspiracy if they really are after you?Huh
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05-22-2014, 07:47 AM
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Sooner of later "We the People" will have our say on this gross abuse of police powers......and the total rape of the United States Constitution.

It just makes me sick to keep reading these stories.

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05-22-2014, 08:43 AM
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There are three stages of a revolution, in my opinion, we are very close to the third stage.
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05-22-2014, 10:00 AM
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Closer than I ever thought we would be, not sure if the country can survive until the end of Obama's term. He keeps pushing, poking etc
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05-22-2014, 03:09 PM
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Across the nation, law enforcement top to bottom has demonstrated they have no interest in enforcing laws against criminals of any kind. Law enforcement is bent on actions such as this taken against law abiding citizens who have committed no crime and have no interest in law enforcement inserting itself into their lives, honest US citizens simply going about their daily business are routinely harassed. The only solution I can see if to de-fund these rogue agencies and departments to the point they have been stripped of any and all resources that can be used to harass and intimidate the law abiding citizens who have become their targets. This de-funding can be done locally in town meetings and city counsel chambers, in county commission chambers, up to state legislatures by citizens directing their elected representatives including the governor to gut funding, right up through to the federal level. We can change this by stopping the bucks.
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05-22-2014, 09:51 PM
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Federal court: police can break down door and seize guns without warrant or charges
(05-22-2014 03:09 PM)Candice Casey Wrote:  Across the nation, law enforcement top to bottom has demonstrated they have no interest in enforcing laws against criminals of any kind. Law enforcement is bent on actions such as this taken against law abiding citizens who have committed no crime and have no interest in law enforcement inserting itself into their lives, honest US citizens simply going about their daily business are routinely harassed. The only solution I can see if to de-fund these rogue agencies and departments to the point they have been stripped of any and all resources that can be used to harass and intimidate the law abiding citizens who have become their targets. This de-funding can be done locally in town meetings and city counsel chambers, in county commission chambers, up to state legislatures by citizens directing their elected representatives including the governor to gut funding, right up through to the federal level. We can change this by stopping the bucks.


Obama, in one of the few candid moments in his life....told us from the beginning that he wanted to form a "federal police force" and we are seeing it materialize before our very eyes. DHS is pouring multi-millions of dollars into civilian police forces all over the country. Those who don't think that this money comes with "strings attached" from the White House, are not paying attention!

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05-23-2014, 04:44 AM
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Another example of the King's soldiers supported by the King's appointed magistrate.
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