posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 11:47 PM
Originally posted by Golf66
Originally posted by LadyGreenEyesDo, please, provide news links (not blogs with no proof) of the extent of the "lockdown". From all
I heard, they asked people to stay inside for their safety, and weren't out arresting any and all that didn't.
Perhaps you have not seen these photos?
The cop in the HMMWV is pointing a fully automatic assault rifle at the person taking a photo from his _ For whose safety?
The photo of a middle aged lady being hustled out of her home at gun point (again why are they pointing locked and loaded firearms at people who do
not resemble the suspects in any way?) is an especially fascist treat.
The citizens (who also do not resemble in any way the suspects) lying face down in the dirt with their hands up might not be an "arrest" per se but
as far as that person is concerned being put face down at gun point and frisked is probably close enough for government work.
I have participated in (and lead and organized) a Cordon and Search operation which is a military operation. This is exactly what this was a text
book cordon and search.
Just because you don't call it martial law doesn't mean it isn't.
This is in my book will be remembered as the day America died and we transitioned to full on AmeriKa – 1984.
Appreciate the links. Been looking all over for some evidence. Seen claims of forced searches, but haven't seen much in the way of video so far, or
any firm statements from anyone that didn't consent to a search. A family member watched a Dateline (I think) that talked about this, but they said
"most people" consented to having their homes searched, and didn't offer any information on any that might not have. All things considered, this
is looking very bad.
I wasn't going to apply a label without good evidence, because too often, such things are said when they aren't true, and "crying wolf" isn't a
good plan. Hence, a request for firm evidence. Pictures are good! Is there any firm data on how many homes were searched, and who, if anyone,
didn't consent? In a case like that, I would NOT have. I would certainly know if some stranger was in my house, and would have no need for an armed
search. Pointing guns at people, and having people on the ground, who most likely had no association at all with the suspect, is beyond bad. The
more we see, the more this looks like clear martial law, for NO good reason. ONE suspect, at large, isn't a call for that sort of action.
The ONLY time I could see them acting is in the specific area where he was found to be hiding. Clearing those homes, for safety, is reasonable. The
rest of this seems beyond any reason.
So, at this stage, we basically don't live in a free country. This was predicted before the '08 election.
Thanks for the data.