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To Serve & Protect (ourselves not you)

TO SERVE & PROTECT (OURSELVES, NOT YOU) Our civil liberties sometimes aren't as important as the government's own interests. From police brutality to illegal payouts, our justice system is messed up from the cops all the way to the judges- here is staggering proof that it's not always the citizen's best interest our government looks out for... F**K THE POLICE Cops have a bad rep for a reason: An annual study shows that almost 3,U00 Sworn law enforcement officers are involved in police misconduct cases. From January 2010 to September 2010, there were 3,814 unique reports of police misconduct tracked. 25% PERCENTAGE OF CASES ACCOUNTING FOR POLICE BRUTALITY. Shocking Case Example: In January 29, 2008, a quadriplegic named Brian Sterner was shoved out of his wheelchair and dumped onto the by a Florida deputy who thought he was faking his disability to get out of a pat-down. No personal apologies have been made to Mr. Sterner about the humiliating incident. 380 Shocking Case Example: In May of 2003, a Philadelphia mounted cop was imprisoned for THE NUMBER OF having sex over 100 SEXUAL MISCONDUCT times with a 13-year-old CASES A YEAR INVOLVING A POLICE girl who was a member OFFICER. of his riding club. OF THE 3,000+ MISCONDUCT CASES, THERE HAVE BEEN 193 FATALITIES. Shocking Case Example: In November 21, 2006, 92-year old Atlanta grandma Kathryn Johnston, was shot 6 times and killed by police officers who broke into her home. They even planted drugs to cover up their mistake. III I DEALING WITH THE DEVIL LAWYERS DON'T ALWAYS SEND THE RIGHT PEOPLE TO PRISON. Studies show that 3-5% of inmates in prison that means 46,000 for capital crimes are innocent; people are incarcerated for crimes they did not do. In 2002 a California woman named Gloria Killian, imprisoned for life because of murder, was released after investigations showed her prosecutors knew that the witness who testified against her blatantly lied to get himself a plea bargain. She had been WRONGEUL wrongfully imprisoned for 16 years. In 2007, a man named Mark Sodersten, was not so lucky- also imprisoned for life for IMPRISONMENT murder in 1987, the court ruled "he most certainly did not receive a fair trial" because the prosecutors withheld the evidence that would have cast doubt on the case against him. He had died in prison months earlier. ABOVE THE LAW ALTHOUGH TYPICALLY ADDRESSED AS "YOUR HONOR," JUDGES ARE NOT ALWAYS HONORABLE: THEY WILL ABUSE THEIR POWER TOO FOR THEIR OWN BENEFITS In October 2009, The Pennsylvania 6500 Supreme Court threw out juvenile delinquency cases after two Also in 2009, US District Judge Samuel Kent judges were indicted for taking more of Texas became the first federal judge than $2.6 MILLION in kickbacks impeached in 20 years for sexual assaults. He even from private detention facilities refused to resign so he can keep earning his to lock the kids up. $174,000 a year salary until impeached. ... SILENCE IS GOLDEN Our government likes to keep all the misconduct under wraps- staggering amounts of money are given to victims to compensate for cases of misconduct. $213,840,800 OR AT LEAST VERY EXPENSIVE Is the estimated amount annualy spent on misconduct-related civil judgments and settlements. information provided by: www.CourtReporter.net Sources http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/?page_id=3336 http://abcnews.go.com/2020/pa-supreme-court-throws-thousands-juvenile-delinquency-cases/Story?id-8952028&page=2 http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/10/14/national/mainó957416.shtml http://www.unomaha.edu/criminaljustice/PDF/dwf2o03final.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_brutality_cases_(United_States) http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/08/26/48hours/main570187.shtml http://www.msnbe.msn.com/id/40136990/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts http://articles.cnn.com/z009-06-03/politics/judge.impeachment__sexual-misconduct-sexual-assault-judge-kent?_s=PM:POLITICS http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/Case-targets-predator-immigration-attorney-108853394.html TO SERVE & PROTECT (OURSELVES, NOT YOU) Our civil liberties sometimes aren't as important as the government's own interests. From police brutality to illegal payouts, our justice system is messed up from the cops all the way to the judges- here is staggering proof that it's not always the citizen's best interest our government looks out for... F**K THE POLICE Cops have a bad rep for a reason: An annual study shows that almost 3,U00 Sworn law enforcement officers are involved in police misconduct cases. From January 2010 to September 2010, there were 3,814 unique reports of police misconduct tracked. 25% PERCENTAGE OF CASES ACCOUNTING FOR POLICE BRUTALITY. Shocking Case Example: In January 29, 2008, a quadriplegic named Brian Sterner was shoved out of his wheelchair and dumped onto the by a Florida deputy who thought he was faking his disability to get out of a pat-down. No personal apologies have been made to Mr. Sterner about the humiliating incident. 380 Shocking Case Example: In May of 2003, a Philadelphia mounted cop was imprisoned for THE NUMBER OF having sex over 100 SEXUAL MISCONDUCT times with a 13-year-old CASES A YEAR INVOLVING A POLICE girl who was a member OFFICER. of his riding club. OF THE 3,000+ MISCONDUCT CASES, THERE HAVE BEEN 193 FATALITIES. Shocking Case Example: In November 21, 2006, 92-year old Atlanta grandma Kathryn Johnston, was shot 6 times and killed by police officers who broke into her home. They even planted drugs to cover up their mistake. III I DEALING WITH THE DEVIL LAWYERS DON'T ALWAYS SEND THE RIGHT PEOPLE TO PRISON. Studies show that 3-5% of inmates in prison that means 46,000 for capital crimes are innocent; people are incarcerated for crimes they did not do. In 2002 a California woman named Gloria Killian, imprisoned for life because of murder, was released after investigations showed her prosecutors knew that the witness who testified against her blatantly lied to get himself a plea bargain. She had been WRONGEUL wrongfully imprisoned for 16 years. In 2007, a man named Mark Sodersten, was not so lucky- also imprisoned for life for IMPRISONMENT murder in 1987, the court ruled "he most certainly did not receive a fair trial" because the prosecutors withheld the evidence that would have cast doubt on the case against him. He had died in prison months earlier. ABOVE THE LAW ALTHOUGH TYPICALLY ADDRESSED AS "YOUR HONOR," JUDGES ARE NOT ALWAYS HONORABLE: THEY WILL ABUSE THEIR POWER TOO FOR THEIR OWN BENEFITS In October 2009, The Pennsylvania 6500 Supreme Court threw out juvenile delinquency cases after two Also in 2009, US District Judge Samuel Kent judges were indicted for taking more of Texas became the first federal judge than $2.6 MILLION in kickbacks impeached in 20 years for sexual assaults. He even from private detention facilities refused to resign so he can keep earning his to lock the kids up. $174,000 a year salary until impeached. ... SILENCE IS GOLDEN Our government likes to keep all the misconduct under wraps- staggering amounts of money are given to victims to compensate for cases of misconduct. $213,840,800 OR AT LEAST VERY EXPENSIVE Is the estimated amount annualy spent on misconduct-related civil judgments and settlements. information provided by: www.CourtReporter.net Sources http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/?page_id=3336 http://abcnews.go.com/2020/pa-supreme-court-throws-thousands-juvenile-delinquency-cases/Story?id-8952028&page=2 http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/10/14/national/mainó957416.shtml http://www.unomaha.edu/criminaljustice/PDF/dwf2o03final.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_brutality_cases_(United_States) http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/08/26/48hours/main570187.shtml http://www.msnbe.msn.com/id/40136990/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts http://articles.cnn.com/z009-06-03/politics/judge.impeachment__sexual-misconduct-sexual-assault-judge-kent?_s=PM:POLITICS http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/Case-targets-predator-immigration-attorney-108853394.html TO SERVE & PROTECT (OURSELVES, NOT YOU) Our civil liberties sometimes aren't as important as the government's own interests. From police brutality to illegal payouts, our justice system is messed up from the cops all the way to the judges- here is staggering proof that it's not always the citizen's best interest our government looks out for... F**K THE POLICE Cops have a bad rep for a reason: An annual study shows that almost 3,U00 Sworn law enforcement officers are involved in police misconduct cases. From January 2010 to September 2010, there were 3,814 unique reports of police misconduct tracked. 25% PERCENTAGE OF CASES ACCOUNTING FOR POLICE BRUTALITY. Shocking Case Example: In January 29, 2008, a quadriplegic named Brian Sterner was shoved out of his wheelchair and dumped onto the by a Florida deputy who thought he was faking his disability to get out of a pat-down. No personal apologies have been made to Mr. Sterner about the humiliating incident. 380 Shocking Case Example: In May of 2003, a Philadelphia mounted cop was imprisoned for THE NUMBER OF having sex over 100 SEXUAL MISCONDUCT times with a 13-year-old CASES A YEAR INVOLVING A POLICE girl who was a member OFFICER. of his riding club. OF THE 3,000+ MISCONDUCT CASES, THERE HAVE BEEN 193 FATALITIES. Shocking Case Example: In November 21, 2006, 92-year old Atlanta grandma Kathryn Johnston, was shot 6 times and killed by police officers who broke into her home. They even planted drugs to cover up their mistake. III I DEALING WITH THE DEVIL LAWYERS DON'T ALWAYS SEND THE RIGHT PEOPLE TO PRISON. Studies show that 3-5% of inmates in prison that means 46,000 for capital crimes are innocent; people are incarcerated for crimes they did not do. In 2002 a California woman named Gloria Killian, imprisoned for life because of murder, was released after investigations showed her prosecutors knew that the witness who testified against her blatantly lied to get himself a plea bargain. She had been WRONGEUL wrongfully imprisoned for 16 years. In 2007, a man named Mark Sodersten, was not so lucky- also imprisoned for life for IMPRISONMENT murder in 1987, the court ruled "he most certainly did not receive a fair trial" because the prosecutors withheld the evidence that would have cast doubt on the case against him. He had died in prison months earlier. ABOVE THE LAW ALTHOUGH TYPICALLY ADDRESSED AS "YOUR HONOR," JUDGES ARE NOT ALWAYS HONORABLE: THEY WILL ABUSE THEIR POWER TOO FOR THEIR OWN BENEFITS In October 2009, The Pennsylvania 6500 Supreme Court threw out juvenile delinquency cases after two Also in 2009, US District Judge Samuel Kent judges were indicted for taking more of Texas became the first federal judge than $2.6 MILLION in kickbacks impeached in 20 years for sexual assaults. He even from private detention facilities refused to resign so he can keep earning his to lock the kids up. $174,000 a year salary until impeached. ... SILENCE IS GOLDEN Our government likes to keep all the misconduct under wraps- staggering amounts of money are given to victims to compensate for cases of misconduct. $213,840,800 OR AT LEAST VERY EXPENSIVE Is the estimated amount annualy spent on misconduct-related civil judgments and settlements. information provided by: www.CourtReporter.net Sources http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/?page_id=3336 http://abcnews.go.com/2020/pa-supreme-court-throws-thousands-juvenile-delinquency-cases/Story?id-8952028&page=2 http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/10/14/national/mainó957416.shtml http://www.unomaha.edu/criminaljustice/PDF/dwf2o03final.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_brutality_cases_(United_States) http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/08/26/48hours/main570187.shtml http://www.msnbe.msn.com/id/40136990/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts http://articles.cnn.com/z009-06-03/politics/judge.impeachment__sexual-misconduct-sexual-assault-judge-kent?_s=PM:POLITICS http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/Case-targets-predator-immigration-attorney-108853394.html TO SERVE & PROTECT (OURSELVES, NOT YOU) Our civil liberties sometimes aren't as important as the government's own interests. From police brutality to illegal payouts, our justice system is messed up from the cops all the way to the judges- here is staggering proof that it's not always the citizen's best interest our government looks out for... F**K THE POLICE Cops have a bad rep for a reason: An annual study shows that almost 3,U00 Sworn law enforcement officers are involved in police misconduct cases. From January 2010 to September 2010, there were 3,814 unique reports of police misconduct tracked. 25% PERCENTAGE OF CASES ACCOUNTING FOR POLICE BRUTALITY. Shocking Case Example: In January 29, 2008, a quadriplegic named Brian Sterner was shoved out of his wheelchair and dumped onto the by a Florida deputy who thought he was faking his disability to get out of a pat-down. No personal apologies have been made to Mr. Sterner about the humiliating incident. 380 Shocking Case Example: In May of 2003, a Philadelphia mounted cop was imprisoned for THE NUMBER OF having sex over 100 SEXUAL MISCONDUCT times with a 13-year-old CASES A YEAR INVOLVING A POLICE girl who was a member OFFICER. of his riding club. OF THE 3,000+ MISCONDUCT CASES, THERE HAVE BEEN 193 FATALITIES. Shocking Case Example: In November 21, 2006, 92-year old Atlanta grandma Kathryn Johnston, was shot 6 times and killed by police officers who broke into her home. They even planted drugs to cover up their mistake. III I DEALING WITH THE DEVIL LAWYERS DON'T ALWAYS SEND THE RIGHT PEOPLE TO PRISON. Studies show that 3-5% of inmates in prison that means 46,000 for capital crimes are innocent; people are incarcerated for crimes they did not do. In 2002 a California woman named Gloria Killian, imprisoned for life because of murder, was released after investigations showed her prosecutors knew that the witness who testified against her blatantly lied to get himself a plea bargain. She had been WRONGEUL wrongfully imprisoned for 16 years. In 2007, a man named Mark Sodersten, was not so lucky- also imprisoned for life for IMPRISONMENT murder in 1987, the court ruled "he most certainly did not receive a fair trial" because the prosecutors withheld the evidence that would have cast doubt on the case against him. He had died in prison months earlier. ABOVE THE LAW ALTHOUGH TYPICALLY ADDRESSED AS "YOUR HONOR," JUDGES ARE NOT ALWAYS HONORABLE: THEY WILL ABUSE THEIR POWER TOO FOR THEIR OWN BENEFITS In October 2009, The Pennsylvania 6500 Supreme Court threw out juvenile delinquency cases after two Also in 2009, US District Judge Samuel Kent judges were indicted for taking more of Texas became the first federal judge than $2.6 MILLION in kickbacks impeached in 20 years for sexual assaults. He even from private detention facilities refused to resign so he can keep earning his to lock the kids up. $174,000 a year salary until impeached. ... SILENCE IS GOLDEN Our government likes to keep all the misconduct under wraps- staggering amounts of money are given to victims to compensate for cases of misconduct. $213,840,800 OR AT LEAST VERY EXPENSIVE Is the estimated amount annualy spent on misconduct-related civil judgments and settlements. information provided by: www.CourtReporter.net Sources http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/?page_id=3336 http://abcnews.go.com/2020/pa-supreme-court-throws-thousands-juvenile-delinquency-cases/Story?id-8952028&page=2 http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/10/14/national/mainó957416.shtml http://www.unomaha.edu/criminaljustice/PDF/dwf2o03final.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_brutality_cases_(United_States) http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/08/26/48hours/main570187.shtml http://www.msnbe.msn.com/id/40136990/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts http://articles.cnn.com/z009-06-03/politics/judge.impeachment__sexual-misconduct-sexual-assault-judge-kent?_s=PM:POLITICS http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/Case-targets-predator-immigration-attorney-108853394.html TO SERVE & PROTECT (OURSELVES, NOT YOU) Our civil liberties sometimes aren't as important as the government's own interests. From police brutality to illegal payouts, our justice system is messed up from the cops all the way to the judges- here is staggering proof that it's not always the citizen's best interest our government looks out for... F**K THE POLICE Cops have a bad rep for a reason: An annual study shows that almost 3,U00 Sworn law enforcement officers are involved in police misconduct cases. From January 2010 to September 2010, there were 3,814 unique reports of police misconduct tracked. 25% PERCENTAGE OF CASES ACCOUNTING FOR POLICE BRUTALITY. Shocking Case Example: In January 29, 2008, a quadriplegic named Brian Sterner was shoved out of his wheelchair and dumped onto the by a Florida deputy who thought he was faking his disability to get out of a pat-down. No personal apologies have been made to Mr. Sterner about the humiliating incident. 380 Shocking Case Example: In May of 2003, a Philadelphia mounted cop was imprisoned for THE NUMBER OF having sex over 100 SEXUAL MISCONDUCT times with a 13-year-old CASES A YEAR INVOLVING A POLICE girl who was a member OFFICER. of his riding club. OF THE 3,000+ MISCONDUCT CASES, THERE HAVE BEEN 193 FATALITIES. Shocking Case Example: In November 21, 2006, 92-year old Atlanta grandma Kathryn Johnston, was shot 6 times and killed by police officers who broke into her home. They even planted drugs to cover up their mistake. III I DEALING WITH THE DEVIL LAWYERS DON'T ALWAYS SEND THE RIGHT PEOPLE TO PRISON. Studies show that 3-5% of inmates in prison that means 46,000 for capital crimes are innocent; people are incarcerated for crimes they did not do. In 2002 a California woman named Gloria Killian, imprisoned for life because of murder, was released after investigations showed her prosecutors knew that the witness who testified against her blatantly lied to get himself a plea bargain. She had been WRONGEUL wrongfully imprisoned for 16 years. In 2007, a man named Mark Sodersten, was not so lucky- also imprisoned for life for IMPRISONMENT murder in 1987, the court ruled "he most certainly did not receive a fair trial" because the prosecutors withheld the evidence that would have cast doubt on the case against him. He had died in prison months earlier. ABOVE THE LAW ALTHOUGH TYPICALLY ADDRESSED AS "YOUR HONOR," JUDGES ARE NOT ALWAYS HONORABLE: THEY WILL ABUSE THEIR POWER TOO FOR THEIR OWN BENEFITS In October 2009, The Pennsylvania 6500 Supreme Court threw out juvenile delinquency cases after two Also in 2009, US District Judge Samuel Kent judges were indicted for taking more of Texas became the first federal judge than $2.6 MILLION in kickbacks impeached in 20 years for sexual assaults. He even from private detention facilities refused to resign so he can keep earning his to lock the kids up. $174,000 a year salary until impeached. ... SILENCE IS GOLDEN Our government likes to keep all the misconduct under wraps- staggering amounts of money are given to victims to compensate for cases of misconduct. $213,840,800 OR AT LEAST VERY EXPENSIVE Is the estimated amount annualy spent on misconduct-related civil judgments and settlements. information provided by: www.CourtReporter.net Sources http://www.injusticeeverywhere.com/?page_id=3336 http://abcnews.go.com/2020/pa-supreme-court-throws-thousands-juvenile-delinquency-cases/Story?id-8952028&page=2 http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/10/14/national/mainó957416.shtml http://www.unomaha.edu/criminaljustice/PDF/dwf2o03final.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_brutality_cases_(United_States) http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/08/26/48hours/main570187.shtml http://www.msnbe.msn.com/id/40136990/ns/us_news-crime_and_courts http://articles.cnn.com/z009-06-03/politics/judge.impeachment__sexual-misconduct-sexual-assault-judge-kent?_s=PM:POLITICS http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/Case-targets-predator-immigration-attorney-108853394.html

To Serve & Protect (ourselves not you)

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