Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Police Union illegally using GPS for Arrests



Being taxed by the mile would mean that GPS would be places on all of our cars. Police already abuse those whom they have illegally placed GPS devices on their cars. We the people need to pay attention to this issue no matter where we live. [source of video]

Massachusetts Officer Winfield was eventually prosecuted for having raped a 3 year old with a hot curling iron. Prosecutor Martha Coakley did not want to prosecute Winfield because he was high ranking in the Police Union and Coakley wanted Police Union help getting elected to an office. Lawyers who belong to the BAR also are influenced by the Police Union and cases are mostly decided before being held and some cases don't even end up in arrests if the Police Union is involved. The Police Union is international so there is international criminal influence for all police. [Coakley/Winfield story]

The FBI, State Police, CIA, DEA, NSA, court personnel, and organized crime might all be on the same team. [The Whitey Bulger story]

Steven G. Erickson and Ritt Goldstein [liveleak video], who did know each other at the time, each around the same time proposed Civilian Oversight of Police to Connecticut elected officials. The Police Union in each case put these individuals on the enemies list. Union Rep Stephen Spellman told State Senators Tony Guglielmo and John A. Kissel, Rep. Mordasky, and other elected officials that they were not allowed to bring such legislation to a vote. Ritt fled to Sweden seeking political asylum and [Erickson] was railroaded to prison for a year for being attacked by a police informant on his own property.

stevengerickson at yahoo dot com

Connecticut State Police "100 Club" to celebrate false arrests, filing false reports, perjury, and abusing the public with their taxpayer paid golf outing for officer who have made 100 or more arrests for DUI or OUI. [Story]

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