Police Attack – It Is In Their Training.

Police Attack more than 600 people who are killed by law enforcement in the U.S. each year. 15 % of civilians who experience police threat of or use of force during legal interventions are injured. An estimated 250,000 civilian injuries are caused by law enforcement officers annually.

Police are trained to be aggressive but when they become aggressive due to the police system business model to create arrests you are in trouble. This is when you realize that the police and legal system are not about serve and protect but serve and extort. The next level is a power structure know as the SS NAZI system that protects the criminal police.

What You Should Know

Police are often perceived as professional liars.

They may attempt to entrap your conversation during an interrogation.

Some officers might even fabricate arrest reports.

In certain cases, officers could exaggerate the details in an arrest report.

Regrettably, there are instances where police officers have been known to lie in court under oath.

It’s essential to acknowledge that while most police officers are dedicated professionals, there have been incidents where some have engaged in misconduct.

If you have a neighbor or friend who is a police officer beware. They are in their own club of Nazi members.

Police Attack – What You Should Know About Police & Sheriffs.

Everyday police arrest people for crimes they committed. But what about the people who did not commit the crime!

Though my own experiences with the police & legal corrupt business model I know the ropes.  Your public defenders are not  defenders. He or she is a prosecutor and jury. The judge is the executioner.

Police Attack – Here Are The Numbers 

If there are 2.3 million people in prison and just .5% of them (half of one percent) are innocent, that’s 11,500 people serving time in jail for something they didn’t do. If there are about 195,000 new convictions across the country every year, that would mean 975 innocent people are being locked up every year; an average of more than two people every day. Looking at it another way, if 975 innocent people are convicted, but only 136 people were exonerated in 2019, that means 839 more people are still wrongfully behind bars. That would indicate that about 85% of those who are wrongfully convicted are never able to prove their innocence.

You Have NO Tools To Fight

Until Now…

Police Attack – What I failed To Do Early In The Process.

I only failed early in the process however the fight has been four years to get my pictures from the police and I still have not received the police video cams. I am still fighting.