Beyond the Vests….

There is a lot of legal mumbo jumbo flying around right now but the fact is, all they have to know is the rights that were violated. I touched on this to a letter I wrote to the DA the other day…

Civil liberties are personal guarantees and freedoms that the government, neither state or federal or Patrick Swanton cannot abridge, either by law or by force or by gun or by judicial interpretation. The scope of examples of civil liberties include the freedom from torture, like making vets sit in soiled pants for six days..freedom from forced disappearance, like not telling the families whether they were in jail or dead, freedom of press, like allowing someone besides Swanton in front of a camera, freedom of religion, like actually holding the church service they were promised in jail, freedom of expression, like wearing anything they want and not getting murdered for it, freedom of assembly, like a CoC meeting , the right to security and liberty, and not to be MURDERED AT LUNCH, freedom of speech, enough said there, the right to privacy, like not searching a woman in from of 170 men, the right to equal treatment under the law and due process, and not being told if they want to be victims they should act like it… the right to a fair trial, before they get fucking house arrest and ankle bands, and the right to life. Your cops robbed eight or nine people of that…Other civil liberties include the right to own property, like motorcycles, the right to defend oneself, when being shot at, and the right to bodily integrity.. Like not carrying a naked body around in front of a news camera.

The fact is, they have seriously violated the 14th Amendment.. That one should get every single prisoner pardoned. They have been deprived of life, liberty AND property by Waco.

The Due Process Clause prohibits state and local government officials from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property without legislative authorization. This clause has also been used by the federal judiciary to make most of the Bill of Rights applicable to the states, as well as to recognize substantive and procedural requirements that state laws must satisfy.

The Equal Protection Clause requires each state to provide equal protection under the law to all people within its jurisdiction. This clause was the basis for Brown v. Board of Education (1954), the Supreme Court decision that precipitated the dismantling of racial segregation, and for many other decisions rejecting irrational or unnecessary discrimination against people belonging to various groups.

A good post from a comment box that sums this all up neatly… .
As a prior law student I am appalled at not only the handling of the shooting itself it is number one improper prceedure to arrest every person in the vinicity just because of the clothes they wore. This is a clear violation of the 14 ammendment discrimination protections available based on race creed religion sex or parched leather vests. The second ammendment violations were the had the right to peaceful assembly. Ever photo shows all but nine people did just that. Sat quietly peacefully. We let the klue klux klan more rights to assemble with police protection. Second the right to due process provide specific procedures to be followed to arrest you read your rights. You have to right to know what you are being charged for. A right to an attorney a right to a speedy trial. Must be arranged witnin 48 hours. Allowed a phone call. And bail set at an amount deamed resonable. Now comes the shady part. Not only were unheard of unreasonable bail set, but we’re offered a lower bail if they would sign off on any rights to sue the police for unlawful procedure. To ask them to sign off on their rights in exchange for resonance bail is just a bribe. Also per the freedom of information act the public is entitled to a cess to the video footage available. The public is also entitled to ballisting reports showing one man that was actually shot by a club brother and not the police. Where is this information. Why is this and the video evidence released to the public. Being a witness to violence is not a crime. Wearing a club patch is not illegal. Carting a firearm with a proper permit is not only legal but a way of like in the state of Texas. Most of the 170 plus persons arrested are still incarcerated. Many have lost their jobs and cannot take care of there families. People wake up. This could happen to your kids because an altercation occurred at a graduation party. Does your child have piercings tattoo’s gauges in their ears. Tounge rings lip rings. Can you honestly say because your child is different does that make them a target for discrimination or unlawful arrest and detainment.. how about because you are black or Hispanic or Jewish or a biker. This is a police state and if we as citizens allow this to continue we are leaving our selves open to a b tyranny our forefathers fought so hard to protect. This is freedom people. Maybe suprised to know majority of bikers are war veterans. Is this what we have come too. Look at the videos least 160 plus bikers sat peacefully and calmly while waiting on the police. WACO. DEMAND THE TRUTH GET THE FACTS BEFORE THE LAND OF THE FREE STANDS FOR TYRANY. Wake up demand the truth and put a stop to abuse of power by those in charge.


One Response to “Beyond the Vests….”

  1. Waco will getaway with it again
    Look at thier past(Waco)

    They burn those children at the branch dividians
    Covered it up then 20 years later ,turned out it was a cover up and so what. So wake up thier gona get away with it again
    Jus like that song by filter,”hey man , nice shot .” They’ll stick it in your face and let smell what they consider wrong

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