On May 30, 2016 we celebrate the lives of and honor those who never returned home and those that did who were never the same while fighting for our God given rights to live as a safe and free society.
The memorial services all have one thing in common: we honor the brave men and women that constitute the fallen who fell for our freedom. Ladies and gentlemen, listen up. Much work lies ahead. The fallen gave it all so that enemies both foreign and domestic would never have their way with the American people. Many that actually made it home were never the same and to this day wander the streets trying to return to a sense of normalcy that will remain forever elusive comprising an ever burgeoning homeless population.
Fast forward to 2016- In the most abominable sense of irony, under the dark auspices of FPD chief Dan Hughes who tried to frame my close friends, regularly wraps himself in the American flag and makes it illegal to feed the homeless but it is apparently not illegal to murder them. Folks that is where we are today in Fullerton.
Just one day after Independence day 5 years ago, we witnessed a televised event that would make those that paid the ultimate price turn over in their graves.
On July 5, 2011, Kelly Thomas, while being detained and mind screwed by a few thugs with badges, fell into the trap of police provocation and it ended up costing him dearly. It ended up costing him his life. http://thefullertoninformer.com/fullertons-kelly-thomas-murder-her-people-pillars-pillage-plunder-and-all-of-our-peril/
In the dystopian, North Korean style aftermath of the Fullerton officers’ acquittals, more protests erupted. The trials were delayed long enough to get this out of most peoples’ minds. Damage control was now the name of the game.
So here is the moral of the story that needs to be incorporated into the Fullerton School District’s common core curriculum. It goes something like this: If you wear a badge and murder an innocent citizen on camera, you get the best lawyers money can buy, get out of jail free, and get the longest paid vacations in Fullerton’s history. If you don’t wear a badge and spill the beans on the men in the black uniforms, it’s the hoosegow or bust.
The ensuing protests were impressive and considering the reason for them, they for the most part remained surprisingly peaceful. AJ with other members of the media were there live streaming the developments as they unfolded. Cops hate the independent media’s live streamers because confiscating the the devices or their memory cards doesn’t keep misdeeds out of the cloud, it simply keeps the footage out of their hot little hands. AJ was a live streamer at the protests when an unlawful assembly was declared. So why did our very own Dragnet boys in black have the hots for him so much so that they took their show 40 miles down the road out of uniform to the streets of Pasadena to pick him up on a MISDEMEANOR! Yeah they don’t have an officer to keep tabs on the sex offenders in town but good old Danny boy sure has no problem with throwin’ around some dough to bring our boys home when they cross that line-the line our veterans and soldiers bled out barefoot in the snow or soaking wet with bullets in their backs on the beaches of Normandy to hold-our First Amendment rights as Americans. Ladies and gentlemen, here are your tax dollars at work and they claim there is no culture of corruption in The FPD?
Where have we devolved to as a society that the long arm of the law deems clear cut video evidence during a murder extraneous and meticulously analyzes other video evidence of a protest to criminally implicate a member of the press engaging in activities that ostensibly are designed to keep us free.
It is just where we are folks but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Is this a taste of things to come?
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What do we tell our children ladies and gentlemen? What do we make of the dichotomy of what is taught in the civics textbooks, and the abdication of our civic responsibilities that have allowed us to reach this point? Look them in the eyes tonight and ponder this as you celebrate Memorial day. Remember those who gave their lives to keep behaviors such as this relegated to banana republic cesspools. I know that they would turn over in their graves if they could see just how much we have let them and our children down.
Come out today and show you care and are not afraid to stand up for what is right against those who stand for what is wrong who act like right and wrong no longer matter.