Thursday, September 29, 2011

Another Instance Of A Monstrous Abuse Of Police Power -- Cop Body Slams 80 Year Old Woman With Alzheimers To The Pavement

  • This author posts the hyperlink to John St. Clair Akwei's 1992 lawsuit against the National Security Agency on a Wikipedia webpage regarding NSA's Signals Intelligence - In less than two minutes the hyperlink to Akwei's lawsuit is deleted. This is illustrative of the real time NSA surveillance - not of Wikipedia - but rather this author's own EMF field - If I were to post the hyperlink to Akwei's NSA lawsuit again, the hyperlink would be removed almost instantly - this is how the NSA is able to keep this information from the general population in the United States, while maintaining the agency's fraudulent image as a protector of the American people

  • Editor's Note: What was this cop afraid of, that this elderly woman was
    going to slap him upside his head with her walking cane? Not only was she not attacking him, but he could have easily subdued her if she were. One of the bystanders who recorded the incident claimed that the woman was holding a knife, however this is unclear from the video.

    And there was no sign that she was approaching the officer in any type of menacing way.

    So why did this cop treat this woman as if she were a 250 lb. out of control wrestler who had lunged at him? The insanity of the New World Order's brainwashing of federal, state and local police is becoming more outrageous by the day. What we are seeing here are men and women who are being densensitized into torturing and murdering, because they know that they are not going to be prosecuted for it.

    Body slamming an 80 year old woman to the pavement? What's next, tasering a nine year old because he was cycling on the sidewalk?
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