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Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Raped by the police

So, whatever happened to "keep your laws off my body" anyway? And how does the so-called "War on Drugs" permit the police to rape innocent civilians?
1.  David Eckert, regular Joe Shmo, finishes up his shopping at Walmart, and then neglects to come to a complete stop at a stop sign pulling out of the parking lot.  Cop stops him.

2.  Cop observes David Eckert seemingly clenching his butt cheeks.  Decides that's probable cause to suspect Eckert is hiding drugs in his butt.  He detains Eckert and obtains search warrant to allow for an anal cavity search.

3.  Cop takes Eckert to ER.  Doc there refuses to do cavity search citing it's "unethical."

4.  Other medical center is all, "Sure!  We'll happily anally probe him!"  Eckert is admitted.  And then the real fun begins.
  • Eckert's abdomen is x-rayed.  No drugs.
  • Eckert's anus is probed.  No drugs.
  • Eckert's anus is probed again.  Still no drugs.
  • Eckert is given an enema, and forced to crap in front of docs and police.  His stool is searched.  No drugs.
  • A second enema is given.  Same deal.  No drugs.
  • A third enema is given.  Again, no drugs.
  • Docs perform another x-ray.  No drugs.
  • Eckert is sedated, and a freaking COLONOSCOPY is performed.  NO FREAKING DRUGS.
At no time during any of this did Eckert agree or give consent.  In fact, he protested throughout, as well he should have.
And it turns out he wasn't the only man raped by the police. "Our investigation reveals another chapter. Another man, another minor traffic violation, another incident with Leo the K-9 and another example of the violation of a man's body.
Police reports state deputies stopped Timothy Young because he turned without putting his blinker on."

Ladies and gentlemen, the land of the free....

197 comments:

  1. There are harder ways to get rich.

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  2. Rape of the surrendered as a show of dominance, yes, yes. What do you expect from a pagan society? This is common.

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  3. Rape of the surrendered as a show of dominance, yes, yes. What do you expect from a pagan society? This is common.

    So that's why they call it Ass Guard...

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  4. It would be a shame if these cops were found on facebook, their homes identified from their photos, and their friends and family... "intruduced" to the same treatment. A real shame.

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  5. The clinic even sent the guy the bill. Six grand.

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  6. The clinic even sent the guy the bill. Six grand.

    Perhaps next time he should try Bangkok. Bound to be cheaper.

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  7. The 2 cops involved have to be closet homos or just sadistic butt hurt betas to do that stupid shitt. Kudos to the 1st ER doc, gives one a small glimmer of hope that not all will submit to the beast.

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  8. So that's why they call it Ass Guard...

    I would expect such resentment from one who has just been reminded that his race--yes, even the sainted white bit--is a great lot of animals, always has been, and always shall revert to being.

    The clinic even sent the guy the bill. Six grand.

    Some would call that "Dark Game".

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  9. The 2 cops involved have to be closet homos or just sadistic butt hurt betas to do that stupid shitt.

    You appear to think that either is unusual among mortal men. Honourable men are the uncommon sort, for today there is no shame in being dishonourable.

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  10. Questions for those with more knowledge than myself:

    When a cop calls a judge to get a warrant, is "probable cause" all he needs to say, or does he actually have to give more details?

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  11. The warrant was executed outside of its jurisdiction and past its executable time. The judge who issued it should also be ridiculed.

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  12. “They say when he stepped out of his car he was standing in a manner that looked as if he was clinching his buttocks,”

    Yeah... definitely ̶R̶o̶b̶o̶C̶o̶p̶ HomoCop.

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  13. He needs to sue the hospital and all the doctors and staff involved.

    If he did not consent to that procedure, they committed assault upon him.

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  14. This is why we can expect to see cops targeted while off duty and while they are at home in the near future.

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  15. "What recourse is there?"

    There's always Rule 303.

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  16. "What recourse is there?"

    Go the cop's house and kill him.

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  17. I wonder if Tad/Golf Pro will be driving erratically near Wal-Mart?

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  18. This is why we can expect to see cops targeted while off duty and while they are at home in the near future.

    Dorner was a harbinger of such things.

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  19. I wonder if this will be the standard procedure at the airport at some point in the near future?

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  20. Does Obamacare cover forced colonoscopies?

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  21. This is why we can expect to see cops targeted while off duty and while they are at home in the near future.

    Or offered tribute. Is not that the usual method of dealing with roving barbarians?

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  22. Josh, probable cause must be articulated. The level of articulation, of course, is up to the issuing judge. I wonder if he slipped down to the clinic to watch.

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  23. The second hospital should be sued for malpractice at the very least. Performing procedures over the protest of the victim....

    There was a time when I thought police were actually to be trusted in general. Now it is more like evaluating them to determine whether they are just a member of the biggest gang around or actually an upholder of the law.

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  24. Cops are simply reflecting the fact that they have been hired and trained by Leftist bureaucrats. Leftists are essentially physical cowards. Their "no tolerance" stance is presented as a courageous stand against whatever outrages them, but really it's just a rationalization for panic and bullying; both characteristic of bratty Leftists. Cops have now been trained to act like panicky Leftist twits. AND you will note that they have been taught to treat law-abiding White people as if they are saggy-pants nonWhite gangbangers. This is a typical denial of reality in the service of the evil Leftist narrative.

    The police have become a perfect reflection of that gang of Leftist thugs currently destroying their own civilization; a gang of thugs epitomized by that effeminate, affirmative-action parasite currently defiling the White House.

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  25. Stickwick November 06, 2013 4:00 PM Does Obamacare cover forced colonoscopies?


    No, but it will probably cover forced stylizations

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  26. One would be curious to know if the doctor is an immigrant, however.

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  27. "whether they are just a member of the biggest gang around"

    With lots of guns, funds, and backup...... for now.....

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  28. .What recourse is there?

    David Eckert is suing the shit out of the cops and the doctors.

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  29. The cops got the judge to invoke The Pelosi. Gotta pass it to see what's in it.

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  30. Wait till McRapey finds out...

    "Hi! I’m a cop. I’m one of those men who likes to force myself on drivers without their consent or desire and then batter them medically."

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  31. I bet the victim wasn't clenching his cheeks, he probably flinched and jumped when the cop fondled him.

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  32. According to Will Grigg, this was retaliation for Eckert asserting his rights in a previous traffic stop that happened a few months prior.

    So basically, Deming, NM has a bunch of thugs with badges, not a proper police force. Funny how there are no anti-rape advocates coming out and demanding the heads of the officers and doctors involved. Because this was rape.

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  33. Josh, probable cause must be articulated. The level of articulation, of course, is up to the issuing judge. I wonder if he slipped down to the clinic to watch.

    Thanks, Salt.

    It's no surprise that this judge is as corrupt as the two cops.

    Unless it's business as usual to issue warrants because someone flexed their buttocks. Perhaps he was holding in a fart. Or a gerbil.

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  34. David Eckert is suing the shit out of the cops and the doctors.

    Heh. I see what you did there.

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  35. "So basically, Deming, NM has a bunch of thugs with badges, not a proper police force."

    There is no such thing as a proper police force.

    They are all thugs with badges.

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  36. One would be curious to know if the doctor is an immigrant, however.

    The cops appear to be. Maybe they just brought with them some old Guatemalan tactic of "search until seizure." The Doctor's name is Okay Odocha, so I'm guessing he's of British descent.

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  37. Doing the jobs Americans won't do.

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  38. When Bane told his cop stories, most his encounters were not with criminals, just 'people being stupid' He'd send them home with a warning, a little fear and figured society was better off.

    But that was a man with a spine and judgment. Nowdays cops follow policy which protects them and the department from being sued since judgement and thought are no longer required. I'm wondering, if this is policy is it standard policy in many departments? If so, it's gotta be changed.

    Salt, I was typing and caught you comment. I about choked on my lunch.

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  39. I know some of you will be familiar with this, but for those of you that are not... it is worth the watch. America's Largest Street Gang: http://youtu.be/-qEr_mZf06Y

    I have found it useful to let those who do not yet believe they may be in danger to watch.

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  40. I think the left will be generally fine with this incident - unless of course it happens in an elevator, and the arresting/sodomizing officer is of the gamma-type.

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  41. Only the deranged and idiotic don't have their buttcheeks puckered up when they see flashing lights signaling their immenent rape.

    You may be raped figuratively, or now it appears literally, but a raping you will get.

    I am bullish anal clenching futures.

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  42. In case anyone would like to say something to the City of Demming: mygovhelp.info.

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  43. “We follow the law in every aspect and follow procedures and protocols we have in place,” Gigante said."

    That quote is from the Deming Chief of Police. It has a remarkable similarity to comments made by camp guards at various Nazi concentrations camps. Scary times.

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  44. Harold Carper

    In case anyone would like to say something to the City of Demming


    The banner at the bottom: EXPLORE, Deming, New Mexico 360° of FUN!....

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  45. Please tell me this is illegal and the guy has recourse ...

    Clenching your buttocks is not uncommon for runners or bikers who are trying to strengthen their buttocks in an attempt to offset the pressure from stiff hip flexors. I do this myself. Not that it works as intended. Just sayin ...

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  46. They have been doing this to women for quite some time--but then again, perhaps the women actually enjoyed it and were only struck with morning-after regret.

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  47. @ Harold's link -
    The climate and beauty of Luna county beckons you. It is a joy to live, do business, or experience a visit to our area.

    I've heard that Carnival is booking its next gay cruise to Demming, with special stops at the PD, judges chambers, and Wal-Mart.


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  48. Or offered tribute. Is not that the usual method of dealing with roving barbarians?

    Not a very good choice. Being barbarians, they usually don't stay bought.

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  49. Not a very good choice. Being barbarians, they usually don't stay bought.

    No, but your kind do it again and again.

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  50. Just like how cops are illegally taking video evidence at any scene to hide their crimes, I fear the day when people are taken into custody and never seen again.

    Think of how easy it would be for this person to have just disappeared after he was found to be innocent. Instead of risking their cushy gov jobs by allowing him to tell his story, he could have been dumped into the woods and never seen again. The only thing stopping it is the morality of the witnesses (doctors and nurses that know what went on in the clinic), once that is gone.....

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  51. Please tell me this is illegal and the guy has recourse ...

    It was illegal, largely because the search warrant had expired by the time they started administering enemas. Also, the search warrant was executed improperly as they had to go to another county in order to find a doctor.

    As for recourse, there is none. A judge will probably dismiss any charges brought to the cops and a jury will find in favor of the defendants in the civil case.

    So no recourse in the legal realm. Of course, if you want to go by God's law, then those officers and doctors should be stoned.

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  52. Perhaps you've all failed to understand that this is a cultural problem. These Hispanic officers, much like their brethren south of the border, were slapped in the face by a white man refusing their advances. This white racist was demeaning them by his refusal for a personal BCS.

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  53. Oh, maaan, would I love to have that case. I'd even consider activating my license.

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  54. I'd love to be on the jury.

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  55. At what exact point then, should one resist? When one's belt is taken away? When one is ordered to face into a corner? When one crosses the threshold of one's home? An arrest consists of a series of incidental irrelevancies, of a multitude of things that do not matter, and there seems no point in arguing about any one of them individually - especially at a time when the thoughts of the person arrested are wrapped tightly about the big question: "What for?" - and yet all these incidental irrelevancies taken together implacably constitute the arrest. A. Solzhenitsyn, "The Gulag Archipelago."

    The police aren't even worried about the bad press - all these incidental irrelevancies - nothing happening here, on your way...what they want, as AS also wrote about, are passive rabbits - perfect prey for the wolves.

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  56. I'd love to be on the jury.

    You should love to be on the sort of jury that brings indictments.

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  57. ...Hmm... this gives me an idea....

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  58. "and yet all these incidental irrelevancies taken together implacably constitute the arrest."

    I'm stealing that JDC. I read that decades ago and I doubt it made the impact it did today. Thanks.

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  59. From the followup article, all the doctors at Gila who were involved with this have been reported to the NM state medical board. Hey, at least they are pretending to care as opposed to the PD's behavior.

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  60. In his Answer to the Complaint, one of the accused physicians, Dr. Wilcox, asserted "unclean hands" as an affirmative defense. (I'm not making that up.)

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  61. Now I know what to do next time I'm constipated.

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  62. "Does Obamacare cover forced colonoscopies?"

    If you can get signed up

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  63. Hombre... me gusta su boca.

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  64. (Cue Dueling Accordions...)

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  65. Josh November 06, 2013 3:54 PM
    When a cop calls a judge to get a warrant, is "probable cause" all he needs to say, or does he actually have to give more details?


    a drug sniffing K9 'alerted' on the drivers seat. this alone would be probable cause. of course, training the dog to give false alerts at nominally innocuous verbal or physical cues is trivial.


    Salt November 06, 2013 3:55 PM
    The warrant was executed outside of its jurisdiction and past its executable time. The judge who issued it should also be ridiculed.



    why should the judge be ridiculed? judges can hardly be expected to follow every single patrolman around the county making certain that the idiot is actually adhering to the conditions on the warrant.

    there are plenty of reasons to complain about the judges and lawyers in this country. in this case, i don't see how you could expect the judge to do anything else.



    Stickwick November 06, 2013 4:00 PM
    Does Obamacare cover forced colonoscopies?



    i'm sorry, but the vic ... er, sorry, PERP chose not to excrete the drugs in question. this means that the colonoscopy was wholly an unnecessary elective procedure and as such is the responsibility of the patient.

    good day and we hope that you have enjoyed your stay at Gila Regional Medical Center.




    http://freedominourtime.blogspot.com/2013/11/welcome-to-deming-new-mexico-where.html
    "On the basis of what was either unsubstantiated gossip or a lie invented on the scene, Eckert was abducted and taken to the police station. When he demanded the right to make a phone call, Eckert was told he was not under arrest. His car was seized and searched – and, once again, no narcotics evidence was found."



    hoooooleeeeeee crap.

    Tom, isn't detaining a citizen and seizing his property in this manner while asserting that they 'have not been arrested', itself a crime?

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  66. "At what exact point then, should one resist?"

    my advice? comply and take it.

    Then about 3 weeks later... wait till he's just getting home from work and put a .270 through his head.

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  67. I'd say go with them but make em work for it. No enema required or medical personnel, just demand they hit the taco bell drive through on the way to the station. Guarantee that's a no knoc k warrant they won't want to serve again.

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  68. I don't understand why the cops aren't afraid people will start arming to the teeth and shooting first when an so-called officer of the laws attempts to stop them.

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  69. Pa Kur

    Because cops are bullies. and like all bullies... the idea that someone can hurt them doesn't actually cross their minds until its far to late.

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  70. seen the first part of the vid, but not the 2nd
    unreal

    keystone kops/murderers

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  71. Bobby Orosco and Robert Chavez: proof that New Mexicans are not better than regular Mexicans.

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  72. A judge will probably dismiss any charges brought to the cops and a jury will find in favor of the defendants in the civil case.
    Since this will involve a judge and cops, I think a change of venue would be the first order of the lawsuit.

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  73. Pa Kur: "I don't understand why the cops aren't afraid people will start arming to the teeth and shooting first when an officer of the laws attempts to stop them."

    Because the people are already armed to the teeth, and they are already not shooting.

    In general, though, cops do act like cowardly, fraidy little bitches.

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  74. Just like how cops are illegally taking video evidence at any scene to hide their crimes, I fear the day when people are taken into custody and never seen again.

    What makes you think that day hasn't already come?

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  75. why should the judge be ridiculed? judges can hardly be expected to follow every single patrolman around the county making certain that the idiot is actually adhering to the conditions on the warrant.

    Fair enough. But upon learning what the pigs did, I would expect an honest judge to hold them in contempt of court. I have no idea what the limits are in terms of jail time or fines for contempt of court. But the judge should give each officer the maximum of both.

    That would be in addition to any penalties from criminal or civil proceedings.

    Of course we all know that the judge is not an honest one, that criminal charges will never be filed, and that at best a civil trial will punish the taxpayer.

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  76. Vox, I perceive that you may have missed the larger issue. I read from the statement by Ekert’s attorney “Hispanic officers may have targeted 'white boy' because they 'don't like him living in their community”, to be an indication that the La Raza faction is asserting themselves, now that they are in positions of authority. The additional factor being the latest news of Timothy Young, if this is him, he sure looks like a ‘white boy’ to me (https://plus.google.com/100794896249600524692/posts). So I think this would fall under the reference of vibrancy?

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  77. Titus Didius TacitusNovember 06, 2013 8:13 PM

    "At what exact point then, should one resist?"

    At the point where policies are advocated, and then put in place, that will make you a minority in your own country, under the domination of other races and ethnicities. Because that domination will likely be degrading and tyrannical. Which it is.

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  78. "Because the people are already armed to the teeth, and they are already not shooting."

    But just because it is that way today... does not mean it will be that way tomorrow. These are thousands of little cracks in the damn. Its like looking a dam with all those cracks and saying, "It hasn't broken yet. So it will never break."

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  79. Titus Didius TacitusNovember 06, 2013 8:20 PM

    The Deliverance rape scene has been rattling around everybody's heads as a cultural trope for forty years: "I bet you can squeal like a pig. Weeeeeeee!"

    That's Hollywood's propaganda, designed to make people hate whites, especially rural whites. It's bogus.

    This case, on the other hand, is the reality. Help overthrow whitey, and this is what you get.

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  80. Its like looking a dam with all those cracks and saying, "It hasn't broken yet. So it will never break."

    No. It is more like looking at a dam with many cracks and behind which the water is being drained away and realizing that there is no longer water sufficient to break the dam.

    And besides. We know libertarians will never risk themselves in pursuit of their freedoms. So the water is nowhere near the dam and nothing will happen. Yes?

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  81. Titus Didius TacitusNovember 06, 2013 8:37 PM

    "In addition to what can be proven from medical records and police reports obtained by Eckert's attorney, there are additional allegations that the officers Chavez and Hernandez mocked him and made derogatory comments about his "compromised position." They also allegedly moved the privacy screen repeatedly to expose him to others in the hospital hallway. This verbal abuse apparently continued during Eckert's ride back to the Deming police station."

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  82. "No. It is more like looking at a dam with many cracks and behind which the water is being drained away and realizing that there is no longer water sufficient to break the dam."

    The water is the anger in the population. The Dam is the civilizational pressure that holds their barbarian instincts in check.

    You can pretend that this isn't a nation of violence all you want.

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  83. "What makes you think that day hasn't already come?" - DT November 06, 2013 7:43 PM

    Point taken, people have disappeared in police custody already. I will rephrase it to say:

    I fear the day when it is commonplace for people to be taken into custody and never seen again.

    I don't think it takes much of a stretch of the mind to see how the State might have an interest in Mr. Eckworth's story never being told. Get the right minded doctors and nurses that depend on the state for survival and.... "Nope, no Eckworth was here last night, might want to check over at Deming, they probably took him there".

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  84. You can pretend that this isn't a nation of violence all you want.

    Yes, but what sort of violence, and by whom?

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  85. "Yes, but what sort of violence, and by whom?"

    Its largely irrelevant. We've seen quite an example of what the police do when they start getting targeted at home. They quit. They leave. Just like all bullies. Punch them back and they fold.

    Something you know a little about eh?

    Regardless... it will be very much like the shooting rampages. its unthinkable. Until it happens. Then it isn't unthinkable at all. Then it happens more and more... and you wonder how anyone could be dumb enough to think it was unthinkable in the first place.

    Maybe americans... maybe mexican cartels... maybe MS-13... it doesn't matter.

    I just know you have a very angry... very well armed population... and an ever increasing number of the males have less and less to lose.

    And that makes them dangerous.

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  86. Nate: Because cops are bullies. and like all bullies... the idea that someone can hurt them doesn't actually cross their minds until its far to late.

    civilServant: No. It is more like looking at a dam with many cracks and behind which the water is being drained away and realizing that there is no longer water sufficient to break the dam

    Awwww, isn't it cute seeing civilServant confirm Nate's point.

    Yes, but what sort of violence, and by whom?

    It certainly appears that the Statists are dead set on finding out.

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  87. The water is the anger in the population.

    No. The water is the capacity of the population to act. And libertarians - always the angriest - will never act regardless of their capacity. They will leave the risk of acting to others.

    You can pretend that this isn't a nation of violence all you want.

    Pretend?

    and an ever increasing number of the males have less and less to lose.

    And that makes them dangerous.


    They would be if they had any means to fight and anything to fight for. But they have nothing. Especially libertarians. They never have anything to fight for at all but their own selves - and this militates against them fighting at all.

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  88. ""I bet you can squeal like a pig. Weeeeeeee!"

    I think you missed some important cultural points here. "Apuesto a que puede chillar como un cerdo? WEEEEEEEEEE!"

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  89. maybe mexican cartels... maybe MS-13... it doesn't matter.

    Pray tell, against whom will they turn that violence of theirs? The army? The National Guard? The police, in force?

    No, they will turn it against you, the white interloper, and when you strike back even to defend yourself, the government will turn against you as well.

    Ask George Zimmerman.

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  90. Especially libertarians. They never have anything to fight for at all but their own selves - and this militates against them fighting at all.

    Again with the "you have no society without us" crap.

    You do not know squat about "society", civilServant. Your myopic vision of what people think of when they think of society limits your imagination. You've constructed a castle in the clouds in your mind with only one possible direction things can go, and that blinds you to the fact that that direction doesn't work.

    Your policotopia won't happen. It might not be replaced by an Ayn Rand-esque society. It might be replaced by any number of farily ugly, thuggish realities instead. In fact, lots of folks figure it will be replaced by more than one new society and some of them will probably be unpleasant one way or another.

    But what we have now is on it's last legs.

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  91. "Pray tell, against whom will they turn that violence of theirs? The army? The National Guard? The police, in force?

    No, they will turn it against you, the white interloper, and when you strike back even to defend yourself, the government will turn against you as well.

    Ask George Zimmerman."

    False.

    First they will turn their violence against the white police. and anyone else that directly interferes in their drug business.

    After that... certainly there will be all manner of violence.

    None of which is relevant to me... since we ran all of the mexicans out of my state in 2011.

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  92. Nate makes the most sense in this entire thread.

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  93. "Nate makes the most sense in this entire thread."

    So you favor the .270 too eh? good man.

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  94. But what we have now is on it's last legs.

    Yes ...

    You do not know squat about "society", civilServant

    ... and you are about to find out all about it.

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  95. and dear loki... i should point out that those brown pride types will find themselves facing a very... very... angry white male population... which again... is well armed.. and has very little to lose.

    You people have grown up in cities and think white folks are big pussies.

    Well girls... those cities you grew up in wouldn't exist if that were the case.

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  96. None of which is relevant to me...

    Yes, you are safely insulated from danger. So we have been told. This is why you are armed to shame the Golden Horde and plan to flee to Costa Rica at the first hint of unrest.

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  97. OT

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  98. angry white male population... which again... is well armed.. and has very little to lose.

    Actually on average they could lose 50 lbs or so ....

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  99. You people have grown up in cities and think white folks are big pussies.

    No, I find that the vast majority of your species is made of "big pussies". White men are no different, angry or no.

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  100. "Especially libertarians. They never have anything to fight for at all but their own selves - and this militates against them fighting at all."

    Wishful thinking but also irrelevant in the larger scheme. I'm guessing that the sodomized gentleman in question isn't a libertarian nor are 99 percent of the people on the internet who are outraged by this incident. In fact the leftists are only dangerous so much as they can convince others to do their dirty work like these two bullies passing as cops. I've known a lot of men in my life who have done, and some are still doing, dirty work. None of them would be supportive of the police position and a lot of them would not let this pass. I suspect the sodomized in this case was a bit of a gamma and was doing everything peacefully possible to appease them... which was impossible because like all physical cowards, which most bureaucrats are from my experience, they were excited by his begging. What I've noticed is the talk is turning in two directions: Resistance and separation. Civil Servants are dismissing this of course (they're out of a fucking job once that starts, not to mention the sodomy will be on the other foot, so to speak) but as often happens in life people have to grow to the idea. One thing cops never take into account is that the general public, to include criminals, mostly gives them a pass and assumed they are just trying to do an honest days work. Once that belief goes away so does their position as morally superior men. Besides, there's a lot of Libertarians like me who understand that eventually one has no choice to but to fight back. Bottom line is you're missing the point... and BTW, you should arm yourself and save some money.

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  101. 'Yes, you are safely insulated from danger. So we have been told. This is why you are armed to shame the Golden Horde and plan to flee to Costa Rica at the first hint of unrest."

    Do read more carefully my frustrated stripper friend.

    I am not insulated from danger.. but I am insulated from certain types of threats. MS-13 has no presence here for example... therefore they are very low on the threat list.

    But I don't like the term insulated at all. I prefer the term.. prepared. and by prepared... I mean I have many many plans that are executable. Not merely a primary and a back up... but many... many more.

    And its a lesson someone like you should probably take to. What with the numerous times you have been caught with your pants down by that moron of brother you have.

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  102. "In addition to what can be proven from medical records and police reports obtained by Eckert's attorney, there are additional allegations that the officers Chavez and Hernandez mocked him and made derogatory comments about his "compromised position." They also allegedly moved the privacy screen repeatedly to expose him to others in the hospital hallway. This verbal abuse apparently continued during Eckert's ride back to the Deming police station."

    "Murricah!!

    Abu Ghraib ain't got nothin' on us!!

    Wait...Abu Ghraib was "us"....

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  103. 'No, I find that the vast majority of your species is made of "big pussies". White men are no different, angry or no."

    I'm certain you do.

    and yet you failed to conquer us for how many centuries now lassie?

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  104. but it will work this time...

    right?

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  105. I mean I have many many plans that are executable.

    Indeed. He once mentioned moving to Somalia and making a living hunting pirates. I think he has more plans than gold.

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  106. The Milgram test comes to mind when I think of those doctors. The first ER passed. The second flamed with a bang.
    As for probable cause, if you need a colonoscopy to find the contraband, you don't need to clench your butt cheeks to keep it there. I also read the police dog wasn't licensed for drug searches and may have been a pet. If I were to bet, I'd say the cops involved hide behind qualified immunity.

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  107. and yet you failed to conquer us for how many centuries now lassie?

    Once, about a year ago, which was foiled by--oh my, a cowardly long-range attack on a civilian population by its own defenders. I wonder why I think so little of your species' "courage".

    And I forgive you for projecting your femininity on me; women ruin everything with their solipsism, so I cannot blame you.

    but it will work this time...

    right?


    Of course it will. All I need do is wait, and then step into the power vacuum. Your kind, in a crisis, will naturally follow anyone who appears to know what he is doing.

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  108. Nate:

    My wife of forty years has been hit with cervical cancer, a massive stroke, and was dropped by the don't-give-a-damn assholes at the rehab/skilled nursing home (which they all deny).The stoke has deprived her of her strength, her entire left side and her ability to communicate clearly. The drop fractured two of her vertebra, and she appears to be slipping daily. A malady called Excessive Tremors has developed, depriveing her the ability to use her right arm and hand. She cannot even feed herself.

    She may never see home again. And she may not last out the year.

    The stock market wiped out the 401K and we have been surviving on SS. No sunny American dream retirement for us as we watch the government pour trillions into one sewer after another.

    So. If some defender of the peace decided to give me a bunch of enemas followed up by a colonoscopy, you can bet I would feel I have nothing left to lose if I decided to reiurn the favor with a.50 cal.slug from my 12 gauge up his worthless barbarian butt.

    I am proficient with firearms, a good shot and a life-long owner of firearms. With all that happened and is happening to my wife and I, if I happened to get unjustifiably roughed up by some jack-booted thug, I could easily lose it. And I always carry.

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  109. "Actually on average they could lose 50 lbs or so ...."

    Another thing you need to consider is do you want a fat, foul smelling, drunken red neck taking offense? Imagine it's your turn to squeal? And imagine him not finding you clever? Being witty and amusing can only carry one so far in certain situations. Sad times for the civilized.

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  110. He once mentioned moving to Somalia and making a living hunting pirates.

    How adorable.

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  111. Especially libertarians. They never have anything to fight for at all but their own selves - and this militates against them fighting at all.

    Wishful thinking but also irrelevant in the larger scheme.


    I so completely agree that libertarians are irrelevant in the larger scheme. I am laughing here ....

    What I've noticed is the talk is turning in two directions:

    What I have noticed is that it is talk.

    Besides, there's a lot of Libertarians like me who understand that eventually one has no choice to but to fight back.

    Tomorrow

    you should arm yourself and save some money.

    No need. I am sure Nate has a bullet for me.

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  112. Another thing you need to consider is do you want a fat, foul smelling, drunken red neck taking offense?

    Now, now, let's not all have a go at Nate at once.

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  113. "Of course it will. All I need do is wait, and then step into the power vacuum. Your kind, in a crisis, will naturally follow anyone who appears to know what he is doing."

    And yet in all these centuries... you've not had the ability to fill any of those vacuums have you... horse lover?

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  114. "How adorable."

    I think you meant, "How exciting"? I'm always amazed that Liberal women are drawn straight to Nate in a "Show me who's boss, big Nate" kind of way.

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  115. My wife of forty years has been hit with cervical cancer, a massive stroke etc

    I will remember you in my prayers.

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  116. "Now, now, let's not all have a go at Nate at once."

    hrmmm...

    It would be a curious definition of fat... I'm 5'9 and weigh 170... making my BMI... 23. well within the ideal weight category. At times of course the foul smelling applies... for example the other day I was outside throwing around hay bales... the speed stick is not invincible.

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  117. Nate...

    Jan = Gundeck Bob. I'm on my wife's computer.

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  118. ... have you... horse lover?

    To be fair, the horse was in the driver's seat.

    and the .270 was a fine choice.

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  119. "I will remember you in my prayers."
    civilServant

    Most appreciated. I'm quite frazzled and that really does help.

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  120. " I'm always amazed that Liberal women are drawn straight to Nate in a "Show me who's boss, big Nate" kind of way."

    oh come on... that's not fair. We can't really call loki a liberal.

    lets investigate this.

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  121. "Your kind, in a crisis, will naturally follow anyone who appears to know what he is doing."

    I have to admit this is my biggest fear. An Acquaintance from Sarajevo (now living in Canada) was telling me that during that little dust up in the Balkans that women became the second form of currency behind food and it's continued right up to this very day. I can't imagine that happening here but then you read about these fine officers and the work they're doing and the place becomes rife with revenge. That's why I set my hopes on a separation. Maybe it's not likely but it did happen in Lebanon with some success. So just maybe...

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  122. Loki... help us out with your take on political philosophy. Is it more pure divine right monarchy... or Chairman Mao "I have the Power because I have the Will to take it."? of something else.

    I generally don't think we can consider you liberal at all of course. Authoritarian certainly... despotic probably... but I don't see liberal here. Help us out.

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  123. GDB

    You and your wife are in our prayers. Even Loki's.

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  124. And yet in all these centuries... you've not had the ability to fill any of those vacuums have you...

    I've only got started. You have no concept of time, have you?

    horse lover?

    How shocking. You fall back on a discredited, anatomically impossible slander. I am surprised, I must say.

    I'm always amazed that Liberal women are drawn straight to Nate in a "Show me who's boss, big Nate" kind of way.

    It is curious how lesbians behave, yes.

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  125. OT

    My reply to ENthePeasant posted but has since disappeared. Perhaps it violated a rule and was auto-deleted but I have no idea what rule.

    Not complaining only observing.

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  126. Gundeck Bob:

    Prayin' for ya, brother

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  127. I like to think of my political philosophy as "shut your bone boxes, if you were intelligent enough to rule yourselves you would not have fouled your own nests with such abandon".

    And no, indeed, I am no "liberal". I simply reserve the right to override the idiocy of my subjects as I see fit--which is apt to be often, with your track record.

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  128. You fall back on a discredited, anatomically impossible slander

    And here I thought your were actually a god. Tsk tsk tsk...

    I had my hopes.

    So the alpuny "god" cannot shape-shift.

    What else can you not do?

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  129. 'How shocking. You fall back on a discredited, anatomically impossible slander. I am surprised, I must say.'

    discredited? and by that you mean... denied? by one of the greatest liars known to human kind?

    as for anatomical impossibilities... we have testamony from Odin his own self that you walked the earth as a woman for centuries as a human woman.

    So...

    Next?

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  130. "I like to think of my political philosophy as "shut your bone boxes, if you were intelligent enough to rule yourselves you would not have fouled your own nests with such abandon"."

    well... so more Mao than traditional monarchy. ok...

    well the term liberal applies losely I suppse. after all a large tenet of liberalism is the notion that only they are smart enough to rule.

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  131. Pull over! Rape police!

    The consequences will never be the same!

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  132. Pull over! Rape police!

    ~Out goes a very willing grossly fat girl~

    grossly fat girl: I'm all yours!!!

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  133. What else can you not do?

    Clearly, I cannot make you intelligent.

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  134. There are consequences, Toby.

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  135. "It is curious how lesbians behave, yes."

    Yes, it is. It makes you wonder about so many claims of the current social tyrants?

    CivilServant, please try posting again. I've never seen you post anything that was not in blog taste.

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  136. we have testamony from Odin his own self that you walked the earth as a woman for centuries as a human woman.

    The Lokasenna? You mean that adorable little tale wherein I publicly accused my own mother of whoring with her brothers-in-law? The one that claims that I am blood brothers with my father and an uncle to my brother?

    Yes, I can see why that would be compelling evidence.

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  137. "Clearly, I cannot make you intelligent."

    and what does it say then... that you also cannot conquer us? After all.. we're such a dumb and weak people...

    Shouldn't you just be able to will yourself to power?

    Stalin did. Mao did.

    What kind of of god can't match mere megalomaniacs?

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  138. Shouldn't you just be able to will yourself to power?

    Stalin did. Mao did.


    And neither of them did it overnight, either.

    There is a rhythm to this sort of thing. I tried the blunt-force method before; now I am trying summat else. Patience, little fellow. Patience. You will get to bow to me soon enough.

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  139. "And neither of them did it overnight, either."

    certainly didn't take them centuries.

    pussy.

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  140. Clearly, I cannot make you intelligent.

    Ok. What else?

    There are consequences, Toby.

    There will be a spike in the number of reports of individuals breaking traffic laws and making false claims of hiding illegal substances inside their bodies.

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  141. Nate: None of which is relevant to me... since we ran all of the mexicans out of my state in 2011.

    Correction: You were allowed to run the mexicans out of your state -- a right denied to every other state, by the federales.

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  142. "if you like you ass, you can keep it!"

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  143. There will be a spike in the number of reports of individuals breaking traffic laws and making false claims of hiding illegal substances inside their bodies.

    Yes. YES! To the LEFT! THE OTHER LEFT! There's heroin here! You just have to find it.

    Harder! Yes!

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  144. Fat drunk redneck argues with role-playing Norse god on thread about anal-probing cops.

    The NSA spies must draw straws to see who gets stuck monitoring this blog.

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  145. Gundeck, sending prayers.

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  146. Titus Didius TacitusNovember 06, 2013 11:24 PM

    hausfrau: "The Milgram test comes to mind when I think of those doctors."

    This is not a Milgram scenario. That experiment excluded in-group / out-group dynamics.

    This is the doctor.

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  147. He speaks Igbo? He is from Nigeria?

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  148. On the upside, I'm seeing this story get lots of exposure on the internet media. Beck even covered it on his radio show today.

    Saw this today: Seattle cop who shot the wood carver from a second angle. Cops stack to approach the dead body... .270 indeed.

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  149. Video link:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnKLEOXenow

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  150. Will pray for your wife, Gundeck.

    I would also like to request prayers from the Ilk. Philippines is about to get hit by a super typhoon very soon.

    Thanks.

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  151. "So. If some defender of the peace decided to give me a bunch of enemas followed up by a colonoscopy, you can bet I would feel I have nothing left to lose if I decided to reiurn the favor with a.50 cal.slug from my 12 gauge up his worthless barbarian butt."

    You say you always carry so, I'm going to assume you have a state issued license too. Look up your state statutes but, most states with carry laws have statutes in place for use of, up to and including, deadly force if you feel the officer is using excessive force.

    All that being said I wouldn't go down without a fight either. Especially since a cop buddy told me that (at least in this state) it's legally easier to shoot someone than if you just beat them down.

    You and your wife are in our prayers Bob.

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  152. Titus Didius Tacitus

    That link explains a lot. Wherever Dr. Okay is from, I'm guessing they don't pay much attention to the fine points of civil rights law.

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  153. I lived in Albuquerque for three years, know the law firm the victim is using, and that little pissant town is in big trouble.

    I hope it can afford the two or three million dollars the victim is going to get.

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  154. Laz: You say you always carry so, I'm going to assume you have a state issued license too.

    If he's registered CCW with the state, then the cop will know that, at some point during the traffic stop. The cop will naturally be scared to death by this, and disarm him before the subsequent enema.


    Especially since a cop buddy told me that (at least in this state) it's legally easier to shoot someone than if you just beat them down.

    Your cop buddy couldn't have been talking about shooting a cop in self-defense. If the entire jury traveled back in time to personally witness your justified analrape-prevention, they would still convict you of killing a protected member of the Hero class, because a judge told them to.

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  155. Gundeck Bob...Prayers for you and your wife, man. I was recently there and I know how hard that is. Much love sent your way.

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  156. "Fat drunk redneck argues with role-playing Norse god on thread about anal-probing cops."

    Porky, that's rich. File under: Angry comment by dude who can't possibly use his real name lest he be found out in the nest of liberals he currently resides with. You are not planning well. Good luck to you, man, but I'm not liking your odds.

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  157. I hope it can afford the two or three million dollars the victim is going to get.

    Well, the tax payers, at least.

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  158. "Your cop buddy couldn't have been talking about shooting a cop in self-defense. If the entire jury traveled back in time to personally witness your justified analrape-prevention, they would still convict you of killing a protected member of the Hero class, because a judge told them to."

    The media don't typically cover it, but legally justified killings of on-duty cops do happen, and I remember cases of grand juries refusing to indict. Still, your chances of being wrongfully convicted if you do find yourself in that situation are probably very high.

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  159. The cops were probably just pissed about the Whitest Jobs in America.

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  160. "If he's registered CCW with the state, then the cop will know that, at some point during the traffic stop. The cop will naturally be scared to death by this, and disarm him before the subsequent enema."

    ...if he's smart enough to do it before he tries to go anal (remember, below-average intelligence). In Texas they know as soon as they run your plates.

    That aside, for the most part, police in this state are really cool about the concealed weapon. As evidenced by the half dozen times I've been stopped and they could care less if I had a firearm in the car (CHL holders rarely give them any problems). Almost all CHL holders here will tell you the same thing.

    "Your cop buddy couldn't have been talking about shooting a cop in self-defense."

    Correct, he didn't know. He was talking about your everyday Joe. The statute I'm talking about specifically targets police officers on top of the already existing state firearms statutes and constitutional rights. They wouldn't have made the statute without seeing a need for it. I do agree that it would be VERY hard to defend.

    " If the entire jury traveled back in time to personally witness your justified analrape-prevention, they would still convict you of killing a protected member of the Hero class, because a judge told them to."

    The justice system here isn't quite that progressive... yet.

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  161. "There is no such thing as a proper police force. They are all thugs with badges."

    Make sure to yell this statement at the top of your lungs when your precious daughter is brutally assaulted by a vibrant or that your house is ransacked by shit colored cretins (right, Scoob).

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  162. 46.05.
    (c) The use of force to resist an arrest or search is justified:
    (1) if, before the actor offers any resistance, the peace officer (or person acting at his direction) uses or attempts to use greater force than necessary to make the arrest or search; and
    (2) when and to the degree the actor reasonably believes the force is immediately necessary to protect himself against the peace officer's (or other person's) use or attempted use of greater force than necessary.

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  163. Gundeck Bob, I sort of know what you are going through. My prayers are with you and Jan too.

    And I know the feeling of "the next idiot I run into is going to be one less idiot on this Earth." Hang in there.

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  164. Joe Cop,

    of course, you got there too late in that scenario, didn't you?

    Amazing, the guy wants credit for failure. Must be a liberal.

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  165. hausfrau November 06, 2013 9:48 PM
    I also read the police dog wasn't licensed for drug searches



    evidently, the dogs have to do regular recerts. this dog's cert expired last year. so it would appear that the dog HAD been used regularly as a K9 ( there was also talk of previous false alerts by this dog ) and the officer / dept just hadn't bothered to go back for the refresher course. this info was in one of the first articles linked.

    proper recerting is one of the things that it's easy for sloppy people to let slide, that doesn't really mean anything, but that will get their ass reamed if they face a decent lawyer in court.

    of coure, proper certification has nothing to do with the issue of whether or not the dog has also been trained to 'false alert' on command.



    Loki Sjalfsainn November 06, 2013 9:48 PM
    Your kind, in a crisis, will naturally follow anyone who appears to know what he is doing.



    *looks at Loki*
    *looks left*
    *looks at right*
    *looks at Loki*


    yeah, well, i think Vox might know what he's doing. you? eh.

    i think you might be more convincing if you didn't spend so much time clenching your butt cheeks around Thor's big hammer.



    Loki Sjalfsainn November 06, 2013 10:44 PM
    There is a rhythm to this sort of thing.



    poor, poor, Loki. haven't you learned that the Rhythm Method is an ineffective means of achieving your goal?



    more seriously, praying for Jan, Gundeck.

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  166. I think the left will be generally fine with this incident - unless of course it happens in an elevator, and the arresting/sodomizing officer is of the gamma-type.

    No, I saw it reported on a leftist site today, with equal outrage. Can't find it again to link to, but I got there from Pharyngula somehow. (I've been having some fun over there, teasing the rabbits.)

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  167. Some people maybe read Wretchard over at The Belmont Club on PJMedia.

    Rebellion often becomes not about recovering the old life, or the old country, nor even about surviving. At the last it becomes about proving to yourself that you can beat this human Stay-puft man. And that effort, believe it or not, is really the most valid form of struggle of all. In the end we cannot guarantee outcomes. But we can guarantee effort.

    Revolutions are never made up of a majority of the population. They're often just the men too fucking ashamed to be pushed around by any more by the Stay-puft man. Bi-directional contempt is a good recipe for 3kfps.

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  168. A good example of reaping what you sow. If it's convenient, for various reasons, to allow uncharismatic or nonsocial children to be tortured and molested by their so-called peers, by allowing it, society has abandoned the principle that such thing shouldn't be allowed. Once you've abandoned that principle in the case of unpopular people, you've given up the best argument against not allowing it in the case of other people, as well. Including yourself, at some point in the future.

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  169. Swiftfoxmark wrote: **Funny how there are no anti-rape advocates coming out and demanding the heads of the officers and doctors involved. Because this was rape.**

    The problem is, the increasingly tacit assumption nowadays is that a person's body belongs not to themselves, but to the government. Thus, it is not 'rape' or even 'child molesting' if the government decides that it is fine. However, even if the person gives their consent, it is 'rape' or 'child molesting', if the government decides for whatever arbitrary reason that it is not fine.

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  170. The Great MartiniNovember 07, 2013 3:45 AM

    He'll do alright in the end.

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  171. If it's convenient, for various reasons, to allow uncharismatic or nonsocial children to be tortured and molested by their so-called peers, by allowing it, society has abandoned the principle that such thing shouldn't be allowed.

    Grow up, Ann. It's pathetic that you are STILL whining about how people were mean to you at school. Do you still not understand that part of why they were mean to you is because you are obnoxious and seriously overrate your intelligence?

    Get over it already.

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  172. Game on....cops put themselves in this predicament. Yes, dancing on their graves is justified. When one dies, so what? All the murders they have covered up...and they think they wear the white hats. No. You pathetic braindead pension worshiping cops, you are in the sights of all Constitutional freedom loving individuals. You better pick your side soon.

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  173. Make sure to yell this statement at the top of your lungs when your precious daughter is brutally assaulted by a vibrant or that your house is ransacked by shit colored cretins (right, Scoob).

    How, exactly, are cops going to prevent this from happening? Especially if they're out playing anal-probe-meter-maid?

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  174. This is the doctor.


    This is a completely new take on the "anal probe by aliens" phenomenon.

    Was Roswell (also NM, by the way) just a traffic stop gone wrong?

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  175. certainly didn't take them centuries.

    I can't make you intelligent, either.

    i think you might be more convincing if you didn't spend so much time clenching your butt cheeks around Thor's big hammer.

    Yet another one with deviant fantasies about me. I am not surprised.

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  176. "If he's registered CCW with the state, then the cop will know that, at some point during the traffic stop"

    Actually that's not true. Most states data bases are not nearly as well executed as you people assume they are.

    The vast majority of the time the cop will have no idea you have a ccw unless you hand it to him.

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  177. Make sure to yell [that cops are all thugs with badges] at the top of your lungs when your precious daughter is brutally assaulted by a vibrant or that your house is ransacked by shit colored cretins....

    As noted by others, the cops will only be a cleanup crew in the former scenario. If stopping the rape will, as is likely, entail at the very least display of a weapon, they have to be called, but only because of how the system treats these sorts of things (and has to if anyone is shot). If not, you and your daughter will have to weigh the risks of not having the police-judicial complex pursue that "vibrant" vs. the can't calculate ahead of time costs and risks of involving the complex at all. That's no longer clear cut.

    In the latter, it's becoming an open question if you should even involve the cops at any point. This is something I thought about lately: when is the risk of involving the cops to get a police report for a claim to your insurance company worth it? I decided the loss would have to be pretty high, I have to consider it to be an implicit deductible.

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  178. Behold the Butthold police / TSA / hospital training device

    http://i.imgur.com/3xkxUrf.jpg

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  179. Nate,

    I always thought you were a lot bigger than I was.

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  180. You'd have thought at least one of those stacked up cops had seen Quigley.

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  181. Brings a whole new meaning to turning the other cheek. They do it because they know that for the most part, that they can get away with it. Until men start taking these matters into their own hand and making these cops pay with their lives, it will continue and get progressively worse. Instead of seeing dollar signs, men need to start seeing vengeance.

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  182. Ah, Loki, so good to see you still going up and down in the world, and to and fro in it, seeking what mischief as you may. I must admit that of all of the comments I've read on VD's estimable weblog, yours and Stickwick's are the ones I've enjoyed the most. But I must confess that, as regards your postings, I've always had something of a weakness for personae who take on superhuman and daemonic roles, from C.S. Lewis' Screwtape, through Sax Rohmer's Dr. Fu Manchu, all the way down to the 'Cthulhu for President' postings (as perhaps can be seen from my chosen 'avatar').

    I have one question for you, though, my dread lord: Isn't the cognitive dissonance between your secret identity and your demigod nature beginning to get get to be a bit much? After all, the Lady Sigyn seems in her latest postings to be swearing fealty to the Abrahamic God and the pale Galilean. How long will you put up with this divine cuckoldry?

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  183. After all, the Lady Sigyn seems in her latest postings to be swearing fealty to the Abrahamic God and the pale Galilean.

    As much as I should like to divest her of this fealty, I countenance it. It appears to form the foundation of her loyalty to me.

    That loyalty has been tested and proven. I do not grant you to ask how.

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  184. That loyalty has been tested and proven. I do not grant you to ask how.

    I would not wish inquire as to the loyalty or honor of a woman, far less the fair Lady Sigyn, who by many of her postings has already shown herself to be 'a woman of wisdom and virtue, to be far prized above rubies.' While I might inquire as to your worthiness to have her, I fear that I am not that interested in the personal lives of demigods.

    But I am afraid, my dear lord, that until and unless you are in a position to exercise your vaunted dominion over me, you fail to have the means to grant or to withhold anything to or from me.

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  185. There is recourse. We can pray that God takes revenge, like I'm already doing.

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  186. And remember people, when civilServant provokes you, don't say anything that you'll later regret being on your record.

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  187. Concerned Rabbit HunterNovember 07, 2013 6:12 PM

    Police also don't like heroics:

    http://www.myfoxny.com/Story/23906473/police-stun-stepdad-trying-to-save-son-from-fire

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  188. This is the doctor.

    I'm waiting for Dr. No to jump in and tell us how awesome these foreign medical grads are, and how we should be happy that they're replacing US MD's in droves.

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  189. VD wrote: ** Do you still not understand that part of why they were mean to you is because you are obnoxious and seriously overrate your intelligence?**

    Which pretty much makes my point. You obviously find it acceptable for children to be sexually molested, if you happen to find them 'obnoxious'. Once that principle is accepted, pretty much anyone is going to be up for grabs, since there is probably no human being that someone, somewhere, does not find 'obnoxious'.
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    Roper: So now you'd give the devil the benefit of law?

    More: Yes. What would you do? Cut a great road through the law to get after the devil?

    Roper: I'd cut down every law in England to do that.

    More: Oh, and when the last law was down, and the devil turned on you, where would you hide, Roper, all the laws being flat? This country is planted thick with laws from coast to coast, man's laws not God's, and if you cut them down -- and you're just the man to do it -- do you really think that you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then?

    Yes, I'd give the devil the benefit of the law, for my own safety's sake.

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  190. Dear Ms. Morgan,

    At risk of being accused of 'feeding the troll' by others, I would like to address this quotation of yours:

    Which pretty much makes my point. You obviously find it acceptable for children to be sexually molested, if you happen to find them 'obnoxious'. Once that principle is accepted, pretty much anyone is going to be up for grabs, since there is probably no human being that someone, somewhere, does not find 'obnoxious'

    While I do like your quotation from A Man For All Seasons at the end of your entry, I fear that St. Thomas More would find your own quotation above to be replete with such fallacies as non sequitur, straw man and . Do please try to do better than that. At least, try to do so if you wish your arguments to be heard.

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  191. Terribly sorry, but for some reason, the antepenultimate sentence in my last entry was cut off. After "straw man and" should have followed with the words: "and argumenta ad hominem."

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  192. Thanks to everyone. all prayers are gratefully accepted.

    And yes, I live in Texas. Our smallish community still has a few OK cops, mostly deputies, men who realize that our local citizens have more guns than the entire police force, know how to use them, and are pretty angry over the way things are going to hell.

    As an aside, there is indeed a heavy undercurrent of swelling anger in the populace, except for the transplanted Mexicans and Californians.

    But they aren't Americans anyway.

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  193. Interesting.

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/11/07/new-details-emerge-about-new-mexico-man-at-center-of-police-departments-anal-probing-controversy/

    A records search for David W. Eckert’s past criminal history returns several results. The most recent drug-related arrest appears to have been in 2012. A section on the record, however, says the case was “dismissed by prosecutor.”


    He was charged with possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), a felony, in the case. The state of New Mexico entered a “nolle prosequie” motion, meaning it found it was not in the state’s best interest to prosecute, according to court records.

    In 2008, he was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and misdemeanor use or possession of drug paraphernalia. He pled guilty and a judge granted him a “conditional discharge” with the stipulation of 18 months supervised probation, records indicate.

    In 2005, Eckert was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute in a school zone and misdemeanor use or possession of drug paraphernalia. The case was ultimately dismissed by the prosecutor after it went to trial and the defense entered an “alibi or entrapment” defense.

    Finally, in 2002, Eckert was charged with forgery, possession of a controlled substance with the intent to distribute and use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Each count was apparently “dismissed” by the prosecutor after the state of new Mexico again entered a “nolle prosequie” motion.

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