posted on Dec, 22 2008 @ 10:53 PM
To Everyone who *THINKS* that police are on our side...
First of all, if your on this site, then you are aware of the countless number of articles about recent police brutality. The police, have been
trained since 911 to treat everything like its a homeland security breach. Police, are the people who can take away our human rights. Not the
judge, not the jury, the police find you first. Yes they may be our brothers, sisters, mothers or fathers- police are people, but they also dont give
a # about our rights.
Case in point:
This happened to me in 2002. This is byfar the worst police story, for someone who is so literally innocent. The police took it, to an entirely new
I have an expensive sports car. Im coming home from a girlfriends house up in DC, and I get lost in a particular bad part of town trying to find the
interstate, and I pass by a cop who is just sitting there. Im like whatever- and I find my way back to the interstate and Im on the road.
So, I was driving home from DC to my home about 25 miles away, when all of assudden I begin noticing that there are cops in the medians, who are
pulling out of the medians and onto the interstate as I pass. I begin to get paranoid. I wasnt speeding, and I wasnt doing anything illegal, so I
laughed to myself and said, surely they must be heading towards a crime somewhere. 10 miles later, they are still behind me, and I pass ANOTHER
police vehicle in the median lane of the interstate who pulls out to follow me. At this point I really begin freaking out. I already had a huge fear
of the police, but what happened to me next, was really the icing on the cake.
All of assudden, before I knew It, the police cars passed me, and turned on their lights, barracading me in against them- and the police behind me.
They slowed down to a stop, stopping all traffic on the interstate, the freaking interstate. Then, to my amazement and horror I heard the sound of a
police chopper coming down and landing on the freaking interstate. The cops surround my vehicle and tell me to get out of the car with my hands up- I
got out of the car totally freaking out- and had 15 cops with their guns on me. They tell me to lie down on the interstate, and I do, and totally
ruin my outfit.
I am totally freaking out. OK I am totally freaking out, I have no idea what the hell is going on, and Im thinking (did I kill someone in my sleep)?
NO- apparantly when they asked why I was driving a stolen vehicle- they forgot to check to see if I was indeed the owner of the car. I said, over and
over and over again that I was the owner- had my license, registration to prove it. They had me in the police car, in handcuffs waiting for 30
minutes discussing their # up, and they did that so they wouldn’t look completely #ing stupid for blockading an interstate for no #ing reason. They
let me go after an hour- and I was completely hysterical. I had a full blown panic attack.
4 Months earlier, someone stole my vanity plates, so I reported it to the police. Not knowing how the "system" worked at the age of 22, I went to
the DMV to get new plates and they asked me if I wanted a reprint of my vanity plates. I said- hell yea (because I had really badass personlized
plates)- and they reissued me my old (stolen) plates. I figured, that would be in the system, somewhere. Apparantly not.
I contacted a lawyer the next day, claiming emotional distress, but he said I had no case against the police or the DMV, So I never pressed
That is just one, of many examples of police brutality and absurd reactive displays of absolute power. Other personal examples of mine include
policemen offering a dropped ticket if I "service them". I have never gotten off a ticket. I have never gotten a warning. I have however, gotten
much disrespect from the "law".
Question who you Obey.
[edit on 22-12-2008 by xynephadyn
[edit on 22-12-2008 by xynephadyn]