Thursday, July 3, 2014

restrain chair death

http://www.policestateusa.com/2014/daniel-linsinbigler-jail-death/

unfortunately daniel is not the first person to die like this in a restraint chair, nor do i think will he be the last until we stop doing this to people. patients in the psych wards have also died while strapped in a restraint chair people. the device is deadly.

really ? can't find him.

http://www.ksat.com/content/pns/ksat/news/2013/09/20/san-antonio-police-seek-40-year-old-man-accused-of-murder.html

the fact is the police have not really bothered to look for him. he is still in san antonio, hiding in plain sight,rather not hiding at all people .SAPD have information where to find him. i wonder whether he mows the lawn for the district attorney or the police chief.get this POS off the streets. he is connected to the La Familia cartel.

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Aaron Swartz died fighting for free speech

/www.upworthy.com/he-broke-the-rules-to-make-a-point-he-had-no-idea-theyd-go-so-far-to-make-an-example-out-of-him?c=hpstream

Thursday, June 19, 2014

why i don't fly

http://www.policestateusa.com/2014/jonathan-corbett-vs-tsa/

it's wrong what happened to you. i reckon this is also why the news-media don't ask Obama the tough questions anymore. we have check points here so the police can do breathalyzer test 365 days a year. during apartheid  there were checkpoints to travel, one had to have their papers in order to leave town.
i can only hope we don't get to that level of security conscious stupidity.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

NSA can turn on your phone

http://money.cnn.com/2014/06/06/technology/security/nsa-turn-on-phone/index.html

so much creepiness here,so orwellian.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

choicepoint is trampling our rights

https://www.aclu.org/files/assets/policingfreespeech_20100806.pdf



this is from the ACLU site:
Texas DHS Tries To Create Massive Database of Law Enforcement, Government, and Private Data. In the wake of the influx of evacuees after Hurricane Katrina, the Texas Department of Homeland Security contracted with Northrop Grumman Corporation for a $1.4 million database project that would bring together a wide variety of law enforcement and government data, as well as consumer dossiers gathered by the private data company ChoicePoint. The project was intended to create a “global search capability,” which would then be made available to the Texas Fusion Center. The project failed due to concerns over the security of the data: “it was not clear who at Northrop had access to the data, or what had become of it.” Tags: State and Local Police, Fusion Centers http://www.aclu.org/pdfs/privacy/fusioncenter_20071212.pdf


Friday, May 16, 2014

murdered police officer

balcones heights had one of their police officers murdered at his tattoo parlor that he owned and operated as his 2nd job. the names of the police who reported on the shooting incident were redacted from the report. after his death he is not  mourned with the usual respect by his fellow officers. they did not wear the black band on their badges, nor help his family financially to pay for his funeral. instead his memory was maligned and marred by them. i wonder if it was them, his fellow officers who killed him, sure looks like it, since they went out of their way to disrespect the dead.