Why Police Love Vandalism and Young Criminals
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Why would police departments love vandalism, break ins, hooliganism, crime, and especially youth crime?
Well, for starters it helps with revenue collection, property confiscations, police acting as armed revenue collectors, the turnstile collection system of courts and lawyers, with increasing taxes collected, and the hiring of more police officers and the increasing of their pay.
If police solve the ongoing crime problem their would be a question for their need to have so many members, equipment, and across the board domestic spying powers.
If vandals break windows and damage siding on houses, police can fine the owner of the home or property $75 to $100 per day. Vandals make good business sense for police to hire, paid at our taxpayer dollar expense. Wave the flag!
Youth criminals are workers for the police. They can be plied for sexual use and can commit vandalism, thefts, work as police informants, and can help police with their scam, rackets, prostitution rings, and drug dealing businesses. If the youth don't do as they are told they can be violated on probation or tortured.
The police can do as they please. Ritt Goldstein [exposed this] to the Connecticut Judiciary Committee Legislators and then was so terrorized by police he fled to Sweden seeking political asylum.
When I owned a home, had a contracting business, was married, had my daughter in my life, police in Stafford Springs, Connecticut, told me that I was the scum of the earth because I was self-employed. So, the police hired their workers to fix me. I am no longer married, have my daughter in my life, own a home, or have a contracting business. Connecticut State Police taxpayer funded "Mission Accomplished!"
We need civilian oversight of police, the courts, and of lawyers to get our country back.
Your town or city is getting this bad or is going to get as bad.
Police officers threatened my life if I voted. They did not want me talking to others about reducing property taxes, speaking at the Crime Watch I co-founded, talking to reporters, to elected officials, nor to speak at public forum meetings at Town Hall. The Police fixed me, I no longer believe the US Constitution applies, and maybe never did ...