When is a Criminal not a Criminal?
by: Media Relations Team
Answer: When the criminal is a private corporation. Public/private; quasi-government; regardless the title, it all amounts to nothing other than subterfuge; slight-of-hand; cover-up.
In an unprecedented scheme to defraud the public, militarized police units (funded by the public) safeguard their identities and nefarious activities by forming “Law Enforcement Councils” (LECs) and then claiming immunity as a private corporation.
“Some of these LECs have also apparently incorporated as 501(c)(3) organizations. And it’s here that we run into problems. According to the ACLU, the LECs are claiming that the 501(c)(3) status means that they’re private corporations, not government agencies. And therefore, they say they’re immune from open records requests. Let’s be clear. These agencies oversee police activities. They employ cops who carry guns, wear badges, collect paychecks provided by taxpayers and have the power to detain, arrest, injure and kill. They operate SWAT teams, which conduct raids on private residences. And yet they say that because they’ve incorporated, they’re immune to Massachusetts open records laws. The state’s residents aren’t permitted to know how often the SWAT teams are used, what they’re used for, what sort of training they get or who they’re primarily used against.”
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We have gone over the edge when we trade Liberty for security. The time has come to stand up, America, and be counted among those who demand restoration of our Republic under our Constitution. Corporations are an invention of government to protect individuals from loss when acting as a business. This perverted use of Corporations is a weapon against the American People and must be stopped before it spreads to every state, every town.
We can never assume the bureaucracy will protect us from the bureaucrats.
What once stood as a shield to protect us and our lawful protectors from the lawless, now shields the lawless ‘protectors’ from prosecution for their crimes.