posted on Apr, 23 2013 @ 01:09 AM
Originally posted by Mianeye
As you can see in the video, they didn't go door to door, they supposedly searched ONE house who had called in about sounds in their basement.
Wrong, there are other videos. There is a witness testimony of a man explaining that it was done to him, in his home, and to all his surrounding
neighbors. I believe in Watertown.. (I should bookmark these things..) He said it was very terrifying, and shocking, and everyone was very afraid of
They all gathered in a yard and talked about it.
It wasn't one home.
There is also plenty of evidence of them searching dozens of citizens at gunpoint, face down in the dirt, on the street. People being screamed at,
people being ordered around. The "safety" of the officers was not a concern as has already been noted. They didn't even secure the perimeter, everyone
was watching. Their only intent was moving people around.
This is what little evidence we have. It is surprising they didn't confiscate video cameras from the few people that captured it all. Independent
journalists were reportedly disallowed from entering "lock down" areas.
I don't care about the excuses, I don't care if you want to pass out "hugs". An officer's safety is not my concern if it is going overstep my 4th
Amendment Rights (Read: Everyone's Rights). It is a very clear line drawn in the very firm damn sand, and that line is never to be crossed. I don't
care the circumstances. You follow the rules, or you don't play the game, period.
Washington DC was "terrorized" for 3-weeks straight by a sniper team killing civilians. They didn't shut down the nation's capital, patrol the streets
in armored vehicles & columned marches - stomping all over everyone's rights, and they shouldn't have done it now.
If you're okay with this, you are complicit in allowing criminals to supersede your rights, and complicit in suggesting it be removed from
edit on 23-4-2013 by guymontag because: (no reason given)