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Monday, July 04, 2005

 

(GET READY FOR THE DRAFT KIDDOS----USATODAY.com - Bush: U.S. will stay in Iraq 'until the fight is won'

USATODAY.com - Bush: U.S. will stay in Iraq 'until the fight is won'Bush: U.S. will stay in Iraq 'until the fight is won'
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (AP) — President Bush, speaking on America's birthday, said the insurgents in Iraq will fail to stop democracy in that country and U.S. forces will stay "until the fight is won."

 

Boycott-MPAA - RELECTIONS ON THE FOURTH OF JULY

Boycott-MPAA - RELECTIONS ON THE FOURTH OF JULY
I am writing this on the 3rd of July, 2005, as I think about the holiday that we are celebrating in the United States.

The 4th of July is also called Independence Day, celebration the day we here in the States declared our independence from the British. It was a bold move, and yes, under British law, was an illegal act. Certainly, the colonists, in directly opposing King George, were seen as insurgents (hmmm...sound familar?) and yes, as they crouched behind trees and mounds of earth and fired at the uniformed troops, were said by many in the British government, to be terrorists. After all, they did sabotage English property, and kill soldiers employed by the Crown.

It was a homegrown revolution, a response to having what you perceive as your country, occupied by a foreign power, and having foreign rule imposed on you by military force.




We supposedly went through the pains accompanying birth as a nation, in hopes of finding freedom.

Here we are, in the 21st century, facing multinational groups like the RIAA and MPAA trying to hunt us down like dogs, threatening to sue citizens of this country for outrageous sums, for the alleged tort of "copyright infringement". Not only this, but they are not putting pressure on the governments here, and by their sister groups, on governments abroad, to similarly hunt down people sharing bits of ones and zeros.

The Supreme Court has ruled that citizens cannot sue police for failing to enforce orders of protection, even in cases where that failure was the proximate cause of someone becoming killed. In previous rulings, it has been ruled that police have NO specific duty to protect and serve you as a citizen, so this ruling was not a surprise.

The Court also ruled that a large company can decide it wants someone's home, put pressure on a local government, and have that property taken from the private citizen using "eminent domain".

These are only the latest in a string of outrageous court rulings that are effectively eviscerating our rights, freedoms, and liberties.

Daily, our freedoms and liberties are disappearing like drops of a Spring showerr, sizzling to their death on a hot sidewalk, and their spirits descending into a polluted atmosphere.

The point of course is that I am afraid, though many are motivated to oppose these obscene developments, they feel impotent to effect change.

Where is our right to petition a redress for grievances?

Our country was born amid musket fires, and now, most communities have past ordinanaces that not only can people not fire guns into the air to celebrate, they can't even fire off fireworks like black cats and sparklers.

So, here we are, under the regime of a man some call "King George", who is also sending troops to occupy lands across the seas. Our men and women are dying there too, and for what?

We know that eventually, we must remove our troops, but apparently, the current King George wants to put that eventuality off until many mroe of our best and brightest come home maimed, psychologically damaged, or in body bags, or, as they have been euphemstically named, "travel tubes".

So, history DOES repeat itself.

Are we prepared to be there TWELVE MORE YEARS (the reported average length of insurgencies)...are we prepared for many , many more of the dreams of American youth to die shattered in the sands of Babylon ?

~Editorial Comment only reflects "CODEWARRIORZ THOUGHTS"

 

PATRICK HENRY - AMERICA�S RADICAL DISSENTER

PATRICK HENRY - AMERICA�S RADICAL DISSENTER: "This is one of the reasons he declined to serve at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. The public reason he gave for not attending was, as he so eloquently put it, �I smell a rat!� "

 

Federal Flag Code- WEARING OF FLAG LAPEL PINS

Federal Flag Code: "Therefore, the lapel flag pin being a replica, should be worn on the left lapel near the heart. "

PER THE FEDERAL FLAG CODE..WHEN ONE WEARS THE FLAG LAPEL PIN, IT SHOULD BE WORN ON THE LEFT NEAR THE HEART IT SAYS...BUT THEY DON'T SPECIFY IF SOMEONE HAS TOTAL SITUS INVERSUS, IF THE PIN, OWING TO THE REVERSE LOCATION OF THE HEART, SHOULD BE WORN ON THE RIGHT....

MAKES YOU GO...HMMMMMMMMMM !

 

Buffalo News - Ontario death raises question-Link to Taser stun gun probed by authorities

Buffalo News - Ontario death raises questionNiagara Regional Police are attempting to determine whether a 50,000-volt Taser stun gun caused the death of a 39-year-old burglary suspect in Beamsville, Ont.
The death of James Foldi occurred Friday, several days after the police agency began using Tasers to incapacitate combative criminal suspects.

Meanwhile, Niagara Regional Police used a Taser stun gun Saturday night on a 35-year-old Welland, Ont., man with "both hands clenched" who threatened to kill police. Police said the Welland man was uninjured by the stun gun and was arrested.

The Ontario case that might have caused a suspect's death is being watched by Niagara Falls, N.Y., Police Superintendent John R. Chella.

His department started using Tasers about six months ago. Chella said he does not know of any other police department in Western New York that is currently using the device.

"It's very unfortunate to hear about that happening in Ontario, and we'll be waiting to hear exactly what happened," Chella said. "But in our department, I've been happy with (the Taser's) performance. . . . The company that makes them has assured us that they've been thoroughly tested for safety."

In April, Amnesty International issued a report saying that there were 103 documented Taser-related deaths in North America between June 2001 and March 2005. In Florida, critics who are protesting the Taser say it has killed 25 people in the state.

The maker of the device, Taser International of Scottsdale, Ariz., says the device saves lives every day by allowing police, private security and the military to safely control dangerous and combative suspects.

Chella said his department has used the Taser during the arrests of highly agitated suspects. On June 26, Niagara Falls officers said, they used a Taser to subdue a belligerent and intoxicated 19-year-old man who tried to flee when police attempted to question him on Military Road.

On March 19, Niagara Falls officers used the Taser to stun a 26-year-old man who was accused of trying to force his way into a Third Street nightclub while armed with a box cutter.

"We do a lot of training with any officer who will be using the Taser, and we review every use of it," Chella said. "We've had weeks where it was used two or three times. We've had weeks where it wasn't used at all."

Niagara Regional Police have released little information about the death of Foldi, except to say that a Taser device that was reportedly fired at Foldi has been "seized for examination."

Officers were dispatched to Village Park Drive in Beamsville, near St. Catharines, to investigate an early morning break-in, the police agency said. Foldi was placed under arrest near the scene of the break-in, and at that time, officers "observed that (Foldi) required immediate medical attention."

The Hamilton Spectator newspaper reported Saturday that Foldi was already "bleeding heavily" before police arrived on the scene.

The newspaper said windows were broken at several homes and added that Foldi left blood at more than a dozen locations.

A woman whose home was allegedly entered by Foldi told the newspaper she heard three Taser shots after hearing Foldi pleading with police not to shoot him.

A civilian agency known as the Special Investigations Unit is investigating the death. Police said the special unit looks into incidents in Ontario involving police and civilians that have resulted in serious injury, sexual assault or death.

Saturday night, Niagara Regional Police officers saw a man walking down a street in Welland carrying a crowbar at about 10:15 p.m., police said, and he ignored their requests to stop, telling them, "I'm going to take care of it."

Staff Sgt. Brian Nesbitt said the man then walked into a Harold Avenue house, confronted the residents and only left the house when escorted out by the three officers.

Once outside, police said, the man became aggressive, with "both hands clenched," and told the officers, "I'm going to . . . kill you."

Nesbitt said the man was pepper-sprayed, but it had "little effect on him," so police subdued him with the Taser. The man, whose identity was not released, was arrested and charged with uttering a death threat.

"(The Taser stun guns) are relatively new here, but from what I hear they're a very effective tool," Nesbitt said Sunday. "I spoke to the officer involved, and he said they were amazed how effective it was. It took immediate effect, and (the man) was handcuffed and taken into custody without anyone getting hurt."

Across the border, Chella said he is unaware of any misuse of the Taser in his department.

He said the department has eight Taser units, which cost about $500 each. "The expensive part is that it costs $40 to recharge each time it is used," he said.

The region's largest police force, the Buffalo Police Department, has been approached about buying Tasers but has decided not to use the devices, Deputy Commissioner Crystalea Burns Pelletier said. "I feel there is a lot more testing that needs to be done on the Taser," she said.

The Taser gun fires probes, attached to wires, which can incapacitate someone from as far as 35 feet away. Its manufacturer says the device "overrides the motor nervous system, blocking command and control of the human body."

Tasers are in use or in testing in 7,200 law enforcement, military and correctional agencies in the United States and other countries, Taser International says.

"Taser devices save lives," the company says in a statement on its Web site. "Taser devices dramatically reduce injury rates to suspects and officers."


 

TASER MANUFACTURER SUES USA TODAY FOR LIBEL

Taser Manufacturer Sues USA Today

July 3, 2005 11:35 a.m. EST


Christina Ficara - All Headline News Staff Reporter

SCOTTSDALE, AZ (AHN) - Taser Internationl Inc., the manufacturing company of the controversal stun gun, announced Friday it filed a libel lawsuit against USA Today publisher Gannett Co. for misleading readers about their products' safety.Taser, which has been under scrutiny over the safety of its stun guns, said it filed suit in Arizona Superior Court accusing Gannett of libel, false light invasion of privacy, injurious falsehood and tortious interference with business relations. The lawsuit is in response to a June 3 USA Today article, which Taser believes overstated the level of electrical output of one of Taser's stun guns. According to Taser, the newspaper "further sensationalized" the story with photographic comparisons of the power of the Taser gun with the electrical output of an electric chair, a lightning storm and an electric train track. The article reported the electrical output of the gun was more than 100 times that of the electric chair, when in fact the average electrical current of Taser guns is 1,000 times less than that of an electric chair, refutes Taser.

Representatives from Gannett Co. have not commented on the allegations.

 

Police use of Taser is cut - FROM THE TASER FILES

Police use of Taser is cut
By John Steele
(Filed: 04/07/2005)

Taser stun guns are "too dangerous" to be handed out to all patrolling police officers, a Home Office minister has said.

Despite police support for issuing them more widely, Hazel Blears said that Tasers, which deliver a 50,000-volt shock to disable their targets, were not appropriate for "everyday circumstances".

At present only authorised firearms officers are allowed to use Tasers. But a poll at the Police Federation's recent annual conference suggested a large majority favoured giving them to all operational officers.

"Taser is quite a dangerous weapon," Miss Blears told Police Review magazine. "It is substantially different from handcuffs and a truncheon, and I would not want to see everyone on the streets having that kind of weapon."

 

USE OF FORCE CONTINUUM- ALASKA

USE OF FORCE CONTINUUM
This Use of Force Continuum is from the Alaska State Troopers
The court case is just one of many
to demonstrate what I proffer is true.


What people are not understanding is that the police, firemen, FBI, ect are all members of a paramilitary organization(s) They have been militarized and not not civil officers to which they appear to want us to believe they are. Ask them? I have the commissioning documents on the AST, but this is not included as yahoo will not pass all of the info in one post. If wanted, e-mail and I will forward.

They use the Use of Force Continuum against us. All Police Force types will have a policy and procedures manual, which will have a Use of Force Continuum contained within. You may have to lean on them to produce the Use of Force Continuum parts, as they don't want the public to know who they are and what they are doing.

FROM Alaska State Troopers Use of Force Continuum parts:

1. First read the 107.101 intent of the disclaimer as evidence.
2. 107.020 (A)(1) the purpose of the use of the force is to gain control of a person, ect.
3. 107.020 (B), when practical, a verbal warning should be used before force is being used.
4. 107.020 (C)(1) Can't use force as punishment or retaliation.
5. 107.020 (C)(2) Accomplish the officers "lawful" objectives, etc including physical control.
6. 107.020 (C)(3) can use any level of force
7. 107.020 (C)(4) The Use of Force Continuum
a. Officer presence, uniform
b. Verbal Commands [military orders in reality]
c. Soft hand techniques - grabbing you and a heel hand hit.
d. OC - pepper spray [you will got to jail if they use this]
e. Batons
f. TAZARS
g. Deadly force
8. 107.030 A use of Force Form just be filled out. Ask for it!



So what is happening when a police officer walks up to your car window with his traffic lights flashing or walks up to you in the street.

First he is ALWAYS USING FORCE against you to gain control of YOU and to conduct an custodial interrogation[investigation] and he is instilling FEAR!
Should you not be in FEAR of your LIFE knowing of the Use of Force Continuum that the OFFICER is using, is trained to use, and will not stop until [continuum] YOU SUBMIT while he is carrying weapons of deadly force, OC, and TZAR's to use at his discretion as long as he justifies said use to HIS leaders and the DA?

You can use the am I under arrest, am I free to go and are you conducting a custodial interrogation to invoke your Constitutional secured rights.
After that is accomplished, I would clearly use the words similar to "I am in fear of my life, as I know you have been trained in the use of deadly force and you are now using the Use of Force Continuum and to what ends, I do not know. I see [or suspect] that you have a loaded weapon, OC [pepper spray], a TAZAR and who knows what else upon your person at this time. Is that correct Sir?

Because I am in in Fear of my Life, I, John Doe, under the laws of necessity am giving you some identification. Otherwise, stand upon you constitutional rights, unless your safety or whatever becomes an issue. Being dead or injured, does not justify being right. Live to fight another day.

This should then disable all evidence that could be used against you in any future Complaint or whatever.

But also, if you have demanded Assistance of Counsel, the cop should then be liable to a law suit if he continues, which most of them will. He violated your constitutionally secured right and did not have jurisdiction to proceed. This last part of jurisdiction to proceed, I will be researching out in the near future to validate if true, i.e. exceeded his authority.

To further validate that the Police are Military, we find in the Alaska Statutes the following:

AS 18.65.110 Members not to interfere with rights and property.

Members of the state troopers may not interfere with the rights or property of any person except in a lawful manner necessary for the prevention of crime or the capture and arrest of an offender.

The troopers can not even arrest. They must capture and arrest! Capture means taking by military power, then arrest (civil side). See United States v. Athens Armory, 24 F.Cas. 878, 880 (1868)

Alaska Department of Public Safety Operating Procedures Manual Use of Force


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This is a case from New York explaining the use of force by police.

 

Brent Bozell: Penn and Teller trash Mother Teresa

Brent Bozell: Penn and Teller trash Mother Teresa
Penn and Teller trash Mother Teresa
Brent Bozell (archive)


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A year ago, I attended the Viacom shareholders meeting in New York. When an investor questioned the propriety of this media behemoth launching a gay cable television network, Chairman Sumner Redstone virtually leapt at the opportunity to defend Viacom's commitment to tolerance and diversity.

But not for Catholics. Viacom has no problem whatever insulting Catholics.

The Catholic League's William Donohue is America's leading watchdog of all things anti-Catholic in the media and the culture. In 12 years at the helm he's seen a lot of bashing and trashing and believes there's been nothing as outrageous as the May 23 edition of the professional magician duo Penn and Teller's aptly titled show "B.S." [spelled out] on Viacom's pay-cable channel Showtime.

While the episode titled "Holier Than Thou" ends with a few smacks at Mahatma Gandhi and the Dalai Lama, Penn Jillette mostly savaged the world's most beloved woman of the 20th century by Catholics and non-Catholics alike. The woman beatified by Pope John Paul II and surely to be declared a saint was known as Mother Teresa. On this Viacom/Showtime program she is called "Mother F---ing Teresa."

The show features notoriously vicious anti-Catholics like Christopher Hitchens and Aroup Chatterjee. Viewers are told that she intentionally let the poor suffer, providing neither beds nor bathroom facilities. "She had the f---king coin and pissed it away on nunneries," says Penn Jillette.

Donohue said it did not bother him they called him "Catholic Boy" on the show, and not even when they referred to him with the F word since he could "only see good in her." But when they mocked the Catholic Church's teaching on the meaning of suffering; when the nuns who worked with Mother Teresa in the Missionaries of Charity were referred to with the F-word and the offensive C-word for female genitalia; and when they said of the poor that "They had to suffer so that Mother [F-word] Teresa could be enlightened," he protested. "They are behaved like monsters ... It turned into hate speech."

This anti-Catholicism is no accident. The Showtime website actually boasts about the aching anti-religious bigotry behind the show. "By their own admission, Penn & Teller have been dying to do a show like this. Confirmed skeptics and pro-science atheists (they call God an 'imaginary friend'), these magicians are big fans of the art of debunking." The Showtime booster copy continues: "As our increasingly anti-intellectual, anti-science culture moves on each day to new crackpot subject matters, Penn & Teller are there to aggressively shoot down whack-jobs and fuzzy thinkers, no matter where they originate."

Isn't Showtime a piece of work? This junkyard of "edgy" programming was the final resting place of "The Reagans," the canceled CBS TV-movie making up vile charges against a man on his deathbed. It has two regular dramatic series celebrating the gay lifestyle, "Queer as Folk" for the men, and "The L Word" for the women. It recently began airing the original movie "Our Fathers," a movie on the Boston pedophile-priest scandals, which even the Washington Post called "Showtime's Unholy Mess." Four years ago at this time, Showtime was airing the original film "Sister Mary Explains It All," starring Diane Keaton as a vicious nun who ruined the lives of schoolchildren.

Now it has the two smart-aleck magicians reviling, with F bombs, the holiest women walking the face of the Earth while attacking the entire concept of holiness as a racket for "whack jobs and fuzzy thinkers."

The Catholic League protested outside this year's shareholders meeting of Viacom in New York, but tight-lipped Showtime could only remark on this inflammatory show by patting itself on the back as a haven for free speech. They claim they're "in the unique position to give artists the creative freedom to express their views," unlike other broadcast and cable networks who avoid "controversial subject matter." Sadly, and predictably, the TV writers who've happened upon the Penn and Teller show haven't exactly criticized their shtick. Associated Press reporter Frazier Moore praised the duo as "sassy secularists in a priesthood of knaves."

Didn't anyone involved in the making of this trash -- the writers, director, producers and the like -- see the wretched ugliness of the product? What of the Showtime front office -- the programming executives, the public relations/marketing staff? In fact, they all saw it and approved it. What of the Viacom leadership, the board of directors? One presumes they didn't see it, so busy are they giving speeches about corporate commitments to diversity and tolerance.


Brent Bozell is President of Media Research Center, a Townhall.com member group.

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Penn Jillette is an ASSHOLE as are the other atheists at the Skeptical Inquirer

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