Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Will elected officials do something about a Police State?




To the Connecticut Public Safety Committee Legislators:

Should a Connecticut State Police Commissioner be able to target citizens who complain to elected officials, proposing laws regarding police misconduct and making police function better serving the public?

Should the Connecticut State Police Commissioner be able to illegally collude with Connecticut Judges to rig cases so targets have their families broken up, lose their homes, ability to get a job, are no longer taxpayers, and are railroaded to prison to be ruined for life?

Should lawyers be coerced into serving the Police State, not their clients?

Is it ok with you that State Registered Police Confidential Informants are paid to hurt, ruin, assault, set up, and even kill citizens on a Police “Enemies List”?

Are you interested in having a hearing on this matter?

Are you interested in learning the fate of Ritt Goldstein who proposed Civilian Oversight of Police at a Special Hearing in front of Connecticut legislators and then was so terrorized by police that he fled to Sweden to seek political asylum?

[my beef]

-Steven G. Erickson

http://thesrv.blogspot.com/

http://thegetjusticecoalition.blogspot.com/

This blogger's email: stevengerickson@yahoo.com

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Ritt Goldstein flees the US Police State to seek political asylum in Sweden. [more]

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Is there still "Gay Bashing" going on within the ranks of the Connecticut State Police? [more]



GOAL/NE Vice President, Det. Michael Carney

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A blowjob, car crash, politically powerful man dead, and alleged police/court tampering, skewed investigations, and harassment allegedly orchestrated out of a governor�s office ...

[more]

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Excerpt:

The 37-year-old Meehan, who was suspended from the force after the charges and now lives in Meriden, was one of eight police officers - a state police trooper, five Hartford officers and two New Britain officers, arrested in late 1994.

Meehan is the son of former Hartford assistant police chief James Meehan Sr., who along with his wife, daughter, James Meehan Jr.'s wife and other family members watched the trial closely from the spectator's section, behind the defense table.

James Meehan Jr.'s arrest with the other officers stemmed from an 18-month police corruption inquiry conducted by a one-man grand jury, former Senior Superior Court Judge Arthur L. Spada, now state commissioner of Public safety. [from here]

Should there be one allegedly corrupt judge, a former Connecticut State Police Commissioner be the only person on a Grand Jury system? Or should there be a real Grand Jury System [like this]?

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Should Police Officers be able to have 14 year old prostitutes run around them in cruisers, drive drunk and leave the scenes of accidents, and have their prostitutes attack citizens that make police misconduct complaints to arrest the complainers? Enfield, Connecticut, property investor, Donald Christmas, tells about what passes off as law enforcement in downtown areas:


Police Officers pay tax dollars to informants to beat up other police officers and citizens that lodge police misconduct complaints. Officers will even hatch murder-for-hire plots [example] paying informants to kill "mouthy" citizens:

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