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Police State Actions — November 2018

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Louisville, Ky declares war on food trucks.

A few years ago, local government tried to ban them altogether, but lost in a lawsuit.

Now the city has recently put forth new rules requiring mobile food trucks to relocate at least 250 feet every TEN MINUTES.

And they would only be allowed to operate during daylight hours.

The only reason for this is to protect entrenched business interests.

These business interest support politicians as payback for government attacking food trucks.

 

 

In New York City, police raided Airbnb providers.

Airbnb providers rent rooms, houses, apartments, etc for short term stays; such as for vacationers, business travelers and any visitor.

These providers use an online rental agency, Airbnb.

Once again, government is attack an independent business to protect entrenched business interests.

 

 

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This one is pretty disturbing.

In January 2016, Detroit police were tipped off that someone was selling small quantities of marijuana out of their home.

Given that the City of Detroit’s murder rate exceeds that of Mexico, you’d think that the Police Department would have had bigger fish to fry.

Apparently they didn’t. So the cops obtained a search warrant and went over to the house.

They knocked, waited a moment, then busted down the door, where they found the resident Nikita Smith had just put two of her dogs in the basement, and was enclosing a third one in the bathroom, before going to open the door.

One of the dogs got out of the basement and returned to her owner, Ms. Smith.

The cops claim the “vicious” beast was “charging.” So they unloaded with a shotgun blast to the animal’s head, plus seven more rounds from another officer’s handgun.

But the blood lust didn’t end there.

The officers knew that there were two more dogs in the home– one in the basement, one in the bathroom. Both were restrained, as was Ms. Smith.

The cops could have called animal control. They could have done a dozen other things.

Instead, Detroit Police officers went into the bathroom and killed the second dog… then down to the basement where they killed the third dog.

Finally, with all three dogs executed and the home’s resident in custody, police conducted a full search of the home… finding a big fat ONE OUNCE of marijuana, barely enough to qualify as a misdemeanor.

Then the cops called animal control to clean up the dead dogs’ bodies.

The charges against Ms. Smith were ultimately dismissed because the cops didn’t even bother to show up for the court hearing.

And an internal police investigation found that shooting the dogs was justified.

All said and done, the cops simply entered a woman’s home, and went room by room killing her pets, charged her with a petty misdemeanor, and then didn’t even bother to see through this ridiculous insult to justice.

Most people consider their pets members of the family. But under law, they are property.

That’s what adds insult to injury. There is no recourse for murdered pets, it is simply unlawful destruction of property.

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Our comment:  The policemen involved are cowards, their yellow-stripe runs from shoulder to shoulder.  They are also incompetent.  There are very few instances where an animal has to be shot; VERY FEW.

Companion animals should have the same rights as people.  If a companion animals bites a person, then a person should be executed instead of the animal.  The person bitten violated the rights of the companion animal and received a just penalty.

If a person is stupid enough to be bitten by a companion animal, then maybe they will learn; probably not, that is why they should be executed.

 

 

Government should not be protecting special interest groups.

 

 

 

 

 

The facts no one wants to read.

If the facts make you mad, it could be the truth hurts.

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