posted on Jul, 30 2009 @ 09:49 AM
What the police did in this case is highly questionable yet at the same time possibly commendable.
It's been many years now since the police have operated with the mind set of 'protect and serve' yet one does have to ask...
Why did these two officers feel compelled to check?
Did they, do they, do any of us have a feeling, a suspiscion, a doubt, a sixth sense guttural instinct that just maybe we need protected from Mr.
A lot of folks do, and some might say because of the controversial veil of secrecy placed on most of Mr. Sorettos records that he himself is in part
responsible for those concerns.
Common sense would tell an investigative mind especially one with any police experience Mr. Sorettos records would have either been scrubbed, or
completely manufactured from the ground up, and not have been reflective of the real Mr. Soretto who ever that may in fact be.
Assuming that they were manufactured and not scrubbed a good investigator would be looking to know what has actually been manufactured and then to
forensically investigate from there.
In other words was he in Chicago on December 4th 1994 when he allegedly got that speeding ticket? Was it a real police officer with the Chicago Police
Department and a real in sequence ticked number and does the real officer have any recollection of having written the ticket, does his signature and
badge number match, who was the vehicle and lisence plate registered too, does the Vehicle Identification Number match up.
Most people pop up on the grid at some point even if it is just a speeding violation, a J-walking ticket, failure to show up for Jury Duty, a ticket
for a small amount of marijuana posession etc., etc.
The new National Data Base police officers access actually will tell a Miami Beach Cop who stops you for having a tail light out that 30 years ago you
got caught with a gram of marijuana.
It tells them within seconds of running your I.D.
So they would have been looking for when and where Soretto popped up on the grid, and all known aliases associated with Soretto through finger
printing or self incrimination when he did pop up on the grid.
Given the supposed grass roots and religious and minority rights causes he is alledged to have been involved with in the past it would be highly
unlikely at some point he didn't get on the grid and in the system.
The absence of some things would suggest scrubbed.
The presence of some things might suggest manufactured if the actual events then could be researched and discovered to not have taken place.
Chances are though the officers motives were along the 'protect and serve' line.
Ultimately if America is to ever rid itself of the rampant corruption in the body politic it will take actions outside of the political system
designed to stymie and thwart them.
It took seconds for the flag on his computerized file to send an electronic message to the Secret Service and probably just minutes for them to clamp
down on the leak. That is what I mean about how it likely can't be achieved through the actual system. The system is designed to protect the corrupt
and shield them through the misuse of the colour of authority.
The fact that men in uniform who are police officers have these suspicions along the 'protect and serve' line is telling.
It means they themselves are worried and fearful of who Mr. Soretto might be, and that they feel their fears and concerns are valid.
Notice how the police are being villafied in multiple media stories at the moment?
This could be why, because many law enforcement officers, soldiers and citizens are concerned about Mr. Soretto, who he is, his past, and his stated
objective of 'Fundamentally Changing America".
This ellement of concerned law enforcement is in part what is going to drive the argument for the people in the 'victimization' cults to favor a
national and unconstitutional national police force, the million man civilian paramillitary security force for domestic use Soretto talked about
The new SA Brownshirts.
These are the reasons he wants it, citizens in a position to utilize lower public office to 'protect and serve' or at least try.
Citizen soldier veterans who remember the constitution.
Free thinking, intelligent and articulate people like many of the people here on ATS are all potential hazards and road blocks to the Soretto
Yes this story proves police abuse of power, but it also proves people even in law enforcement who work for the government are seriously questioning
and seriously having doubts and it really is not because of his race, it's because of the policies, the rush to cram through sweeping legislation
that does fundamentally change the constitutional system of governance and the rights of citizens, the speeches coming out of Soretto and key
administration officials and the fact that he is shielding his past.
This is a lot more serious than a racial issue, and any who falls into that trap is dooming this nation at this point.
There is no transparency or accountability in our government or in it's officials and in part this story proves it is practically a crime to find out
what they don't want us to know.
I applaude these officers and their initiatives.
I do believe their motives were to protect and serve.
The system is never going to be fixed from within at this point, people are going to have to step outside of it to restore constitutional government
to this nation, and it is a good sign that there are still some authorities willing to do that.
Hopefully there will be more.
Hopefully more and more of us will add our voices to their efforts.