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"Be a police officer for a day" (Police TASERS)
JUne 2, 2011

"Be a police officer for a day" (Police TASERS) June 2, 2011

Subject: Police Taser
Date: Thu, June 2, 2011 4:21 pm
To: Ken Adachi

Be a police officer for a day. Let someone point a gun at you and see if you would shot or talk to you want to risk them shooting you? Lets think about it...If someone is going to attack you why should a police officer engage in a brawl when they can simply tase them and it is over.

Your claims are unproven and taken out of are allowing a few miss happens represent all of police. If an individual is druged up and dies after being tased that is not the fault of the officer or the taser. The most important thing is officer and public saftey. It a dope boy or criminal gets tased it is 5 seconds of pain with no after effect with the exceptions, they fall on an object, hit there head, or die to the amount of drugs in their system...either of these is better than an officer or an innicident person being hurt. It is ingorance, like in your article, that harms America today.



Dear "yourarestupid",

Phew ...I simply can't imagine someone throwing around the word ignorance and "innicident person" in the same sentence.

It's not really necessary to compose a rebuttal to your letter, since you've already done it for me, but I'll add a few thoughts to what you've already made plain.

For starters, you lack the recognition that a cop (which I assume you are), is being paid by taxpayers in order to serve and protect; not to brutalize and bully.

Your obvious insensitivity to the value of human life, and the rights of citizens to be treated with humaneness and a sense of fair proportion in terms of police response, is not even on the radar screen for you.

The first statement you make is "Let someone point a gun at you" yada, yada. But the reality is that among the tens of thousands of people who routinely get tasered by police in this country (some of them dying and some of them left with permanent neurological damage, and ALL of them with psychological damage) almost NONE of them were holding a gun.

If fact, if they were holding a gun, the police wouldn't be taking out their TASER guns, because they would have already shot the guy --multiple times--with the gun that has bullets in it. You know that. I know that. And everyone reading this knows that.

"Lets think about it"

That's a hot one.

"Thinking" is the last thing that America's modern NWO Robo Cop does. Unthinking and unjustified over-reaction is what we get far too often from police who have no sense of proportion; and no recognition of the freedoms guaranteed to citizens under the US Constitution.

If all we were dealing with were a few "miss happens," no one would be complaining. The reason that you find so many articles, stories, documentaries, videos, web sites and organizations devoted to addressing the issue of police brutality is because the problem has reached epidemic proportions; and no end in sight.

It's not hard to see what's taken place here. Today, police recruits are mostly chosen from the ranks of ex-military with combat experience. The same desensitization to suffering, dehumanization, and psyche indifference training that they received in the military continues at the police academy and the many federally funded "security enhancement" training weekends they get from federal agencies like the FBI and DHS.

The citizens of Everytown, America have become the "enemy" for a growing army of NWO Robo Cops. Mr. Joe Blow is viewed with suspicion and a sort of casual disdain, which is why many cops privately refer to the public as "sheep." The citizen is someone to be spoken to with a sort of phony veneer of civility by repeatedly using the word "sir", but usually winds up being treated like an indentured slave-or worse.

It's no problem "proving" my claims of police brutality because the newspapers are filled with the mega-million dollar lawsuit settlements that are paid each year--borne by the taxpaying public of course-- to the families of victims of police brutality due to over-reaction, misconduct, or criminal intent. If the cops themselves who were responsible for the brutality, had to pay the settlement, police brutality would stop overnight. Police thugs or police murderers never pay a price, execpt in a few highly politicized cases like the BART cop who shot a handcuffed man. Only the local taxpayer and the victim pay the price for police brutality.

"The most important thing is officer and public saftey."

I saved this one to the end. You're not concerned about public "saftey" my cowardly friend. And you never have been, at least not in modern times. I remember how cops behaved in the 1950s and 60's. They acted like human beings then. They saw themselves as a member of the SAME public they strove to protect, and they proved it with their conduct. The modern American Robo cop is something else.

Cops who abuse the very citizens whom they were sworn to protect will themselves gather their own just rewards and pay a price, whether I write about it or not. It's called karma and you can't get away from it. A California motorcycle cop got himself killed last week while participating in the funeral procession of a 36 year old cop who died of cancer (36 years old). It was a collision accident with yet another motorcycle cop who had injured his leg. The AM radio talk show host thought it was so 'strange' that a cop gets killed while participating in the funeral of another cop. But for those who understand how the karmic wheel works, neither of these deaths is 'strange.'

Ken Adachi.


Subject: "Be a police officer for a day" (Police TASERS)
From: Aaron
Date: Fri, June 3, 2011
To: Ken Adachi


To drive your point, a former police officer that's an aunt of mine does not advertise her former glories now that she's at the desk in law enforcement pushing paperwork. All that she says now these days are: "The police are the opposite side of the same coin as the criminals." She wouldn't elaborate on that further, only to say that it was backed up by psychology.

I'm thinking that she learned to not say much more than that to keep her job. Then again, she learned 'what not to say' from my gramps when it comes to government. She's busy writing his career biography, one which is for 'public reading'(which contains fake names and missing info) and one for 'family' in regards to his service in the Navy right after War World II. During the seventies and eighties, he was the Safety Superintendent of 'Mortan Thiokol' (builders of the Space Shuttle launcher rockets). He won't talk about the 'Challenger' incident much except to say that he was flown to Florida and 'briefed' by big wigs at NASA back then. He's eighty-four now.




Subject: "Be a police officer for a day" (Police TASERS) June 2, 2011
From: Ashley (Australia)
Date: Mon, June 6, 2011
To: Ken Adachi

Hello Ken,

I recall Joe Vialls pointing out (earlier last decade) a changed standard for acceptance of police recruits here in Australia. A psychological profile would be determined for each candidate, whereby those demonstrating genuine leadership qualities would be failed, while those more inclined to do and believe as told (or, as I suggest, may be ambitious of one day making it to Drug Squad) are passed for acceptance.


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