Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Want highly addictive prescription or illegal drugs?

Maybe the Connecticut State Police and/or the TSA can help you if you want highly addictive or illegal drugs. When officers, and other taxpayer paid employees, try to do what their superiors do with permission, those without permission of government organized crime, they get toasted.

Partners in Crime: The U.S. Secret State and Mexico's "War on Drugs"

Federal Prosecutors: TSA officers, Connecticut trooper charged in oxycodone ring

[source, The Hour online]

STAMFORD (AP) -- Federal prosecutors in Connecticut say a state trooper, a police officer and three Transportation Security Administration officers based at airports have been arrested on charges of participating in a conspiracy to distribute tens of thousands of highly addictive painkiller pills.

Authorities say the TSA officers, based at airports in Florida and New York, a Westchester County, N.Y., police officer and a Florida state trooper received cash payments to help transport oxycodone pills from Florida to New York and Connecticut and/or transport cash proceeds from the sale of the drugs back to Florida.

Authorities plan to announce details of the arrests at a news conference in Stamford on Tuesday afternoon.

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Should a high ranking Connecticut State Police Officer who had hundreds of thousands of dollars in unexplained cash, who goes on a shooting spree in front of a courthouse, raise some eyebrows? That story:

New Haven police officer drug ring exposed:

A Hartford, Connecticut, Narcotics detective wanted to bust a Mafia drug lord against his captain's wishes. The result was almost 2 decades of official terrorism of himself, his family, and his extended family, officially and through rigged courts. His two sons were abducted out of his home in retaliation to be tortured at Connecticut State Police Troop K. His 17 year old son, Ian, was possibly choked to death, and revived, tortured in Connecticut State Police custody. Ian was then harassed by police, along with his entire family. His father, now deceased, told me that police called Ian's high school, to get the principal to harass Ian out of dating a girl, and to get him to quit high school. His older, US Marine son, Stephen, had a police informant, paid $10,000 cash, to kill Stephen paid out by police officers. When that police informant got cold feet, a felon on probation stabbed Stephen, where Stephen got arrested for being stabbed. Get in the way of organized crime drug dealing and their official friends, and anyone can get toasted, even it you're an official, story:

Steven G. Erickson's beef with organized crime drug dealing police and their rubber stamp, citizen/family abusing, courts:

Should kidnappers get a mansion and fat pension?:

Steven G. Erickson's not so nice letter meant to arrive for former Connecticut Governor John G. Rowland's first day of federal prison in Pennsylvania:

Do Connecticut State Troopers get awarded taxpayer funded golf outings for false arrests, perjury, lying, filing false reports, manufacturing evidence, and being parasites on humanity? Police can get special privileges for being on the "100 Club", arresting 1oo, or more, allegedly, or not even drunk motorists. [That Story]



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