Killing Without Consequences: “Counter-Insurgency” Warfare in Greenfield, California

Reblogged on libslayer2013

It’s often said that police are the country’s most dangerous street gang. One significant distinction between police and their private sector counterparts is that street gangs don’t expect to receive commendations when they kill innocent people.
To that I would add that the common street criminal will rob you than go on and leave you alone. The State Mafia will follow you around and repeatedly rob you. Then, to add insult to injury, they will try to convince you that it is “for your own good.” — jtl, 419
SWAT operators assault Rogelio Seartto’s home.
After eluding the police for more than a week, Alejandro Gonzalez surrendered in San Jose on January 10, 2011. The 22-year-old was the suspect in a non-fatal shooting that had taken place on New Year’s Day at a local bar called the Mucky Duck. 
As should be expected, the police had done…

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