posted on Oct, 29 2007 @ 10:29 PM
My home was obliterated last Sunday night. I have spent the last three days in Ramona at the center where all the 'help' is. And it really is.
Problem is the gangbangers who assaulted me there when I was attempting to locate my misplaced papers/items. The scum pretending to be 'peace
officers', ie the gangbangers in blue, actually wearing sheriffs uniforms, but stressing me out TO THE MAX and not 'helping' the victims, me, any.
ANY. Then they assaulted me and gave illegal commands. I was going to deliberately get arrested for his illegal order, to get some press attention.
But he backed down, and offered to go look for it himself. Earlier, I demanded to speak to his commanding officer, he point blank refused. That alone
is a crime, for city police. I don't know if the sheriffs are supposedly immune to law, but they are in reguards to every other law. But it surprised
me that they didn't pretend to honor law in front of all those people. Sanctimonius tripe. He had told me that I could just call. I told him I only
had a phone they just replaced, and that was what was missing. So he told me to go to the nearby office. I did. It was closed for the weekend. And he
KNEW that. He lied, and had me running around like some stupid taxpayer who pays HIS salary. HIS slave. All the other gangbangers were standing around
threating me, so it was not just him. I thought it would be different out here, not like LA or Long Beach. Wrong. They ARE above the law, and they
flaunt it. I wore the same set of sox for a week, until I bought more today. I lost everything but my escape car, and my guitar. And I have to deal
with gangbangers assaulting me after a major disaster. I tell the press, and they don't care. Arny is saying everything is fine. The president is
trying to redouble efforts after the Katrina incident. And the press is squelching any facts to the contrary. Oh, and they wouldn't let us back into
Ramona after the flames were out. Why? Because of no water pressure. If it flared back up, they couldn't protect us. So? They didn't do anything
for us the first time, when there WAS pressure. So what's the dif? And the brother next door? He had three cows that lived, and they wouldn't let
them in to water or feed them. So the sons walked in, around the checkpoints. Then the national guard showed up, and filled in the gaps, so no more
food or water. OK tho, the next day they let us in.