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The New York City Police Department is furious about graffiti tagged along the Manhattan Bridge. The words spray painted read: “NYPD KILLS.” The police were notified of the white-lettered graffiti Friday morning. The tagging runs along the support beams under the walkway which is on the south side of the Manhattan Bridge. “Of course this is just a slap in the face. We have enough going on already,” the New York Police Department spokes person talking to local reporters said. Annelien Ornie, 26, a resident who lives nearby the graffiti said “Not all police kill.” The NYPD said that they are investigating the incident and are working to catch the “culprit” who painted the politically-charged graffiti.
originally posted by: 024nona
Every cop is not bad. Everyone needs to stop grouping a certain "person". It only spreads the hate. Any person can be good, any person can be bad. Show love to others and hopefully they will spread it. If not, you had the the heart to show love. Namaste
originally posted by: Bloodydagger
a reply to: AnuTyr
Yeah, I agree. There is a very foreboding feeling over this whole "Cop Situation" here in America. I feel like its something that will pick up momentum as we go forward and get a lot worse.
....You can't help but get the feeling that something bad is coming.
WASHINGTON (Proceso)(apro).-- Three former U.S. federal agents decided to end a 28-year silence and simultaneously entrusted this journal and the U.S. Fox news services with an information "bomb": Enrique Kiki Camarena was not murdered by Rafael Caro Quintero -- the capo that served a sentence for that crime -- but by an agent of the CIA. The reason: the DEA agent discovered that his own government was collaborating with the Mexican narco in his illegal business.
In interviews with Proceso, Phil Jordan, former director of the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC); Hector Berrellez, former DEA agent, and Tosh Plumlee, a former CIA pilot, claim that they have evidence that the U.S. government itself ordered the murder of Kiki Camarena in 1985. In addition, they point to a sinister Cuban character, Felix Ismael Rodriguez, as the murderer.
I do not understand how the US people stand that corruption in US legal system where cops are more like thieves (thru cash seizures) and kill people instead of someone who is helping other people out.