Lawrence O’Donnell on Police Brutality at Occupy Wall Street (video)


Sometimes, in the pile of crap that is mass media, a gem of true journalism can be found.



  1. I literally cried within the first few minutes, frightened of this world, but more than ever I'm motivated to stay true to my beliefs – despite the opposition.

  2. As I tod all of you in another comment above, you are being conned in a major way. Read this and see what you think.

    Who is behind the "Occupy Wall Street" protests? It's quite obvious to most of us who are paying attention, but to simplify it – two words = George Soros. One of the most evil and wealthy men among the entire global elitist cult.

    Formula: Prepare and create the chaos and destabilize society, prepare to crack down on the anarchy and offer the "final solution"; i.e., Martial law, Global government and global currency.

    Useful idiots, indeed.

    The more things change, the more they stay the same….now more than ever before.

  3. Odonnell is a piece of garabge and now that his side of politics is under fire he is acting like a little girl!!! Dude you deserve to have your face caved in and how you treated Mr. Cain, a man much greater than yourself, made me sick!! The funny thing though is that he crushed you and now you are back tracking and looking for black racists like Sharpton to come to your aid!!! What a pathetic little man!! Hey what were you doing during Vietnam Lawrence?!?!?!

  4. I work by the area, and Occupywall street has been there for 2 weeks, everyday more and more cops are in the area, watching over 50 cops, when its obvious the people are peaceful and kinda quiet, they act like they are criminals instead of the quiet peaceful group they are

  5. this mainstream media opinion piece reeks of carefully strategic chunk of PR stunt/ propaganda to me…

    This report has two-pronged approach, one is to give the viewer the brunt of the full police experience in the comfort of their own homes. In essence, we are subtly told not to protest peacefully, as he says at the end, no-one will get prosecuted in the police, even if you film it. (Also who doesn't watch this and silently think, glad I wasn't that person getting pepper sprayed in the face…)

    Secondly, to place the blame at the foot of the police, and not at the govt, which diverts the viewer away from the real villains in this story (goldman sachs et al / govt/global elite)

    it's like blaming the violent dog, when their owners have trained them to be so.. The job role is complicity and obedience to the laws, (that they keep making up), the question is not are they brutal but rather, who is giving the orders for them to be like that towards peaceful protestors? His opinion piece is telling in how it's also set up, just a lot of disturbing footage, and then you are told that the police do not get made accountable for any bad things they do. This video is informative but with a subversive intent behind it.

    Thus, we ought to keep being visible and keep peacefully protesting, insisting that we don't want their system, and let everyone know about it, and keep the movement going, and don't get scared by blatant examples of fear mongering and moral panic such as this..

  6. What if the man with the pepper spray was not a cop. You notice he walks up, unholsters and aims, sprays then just walks away. At least the other commander that beat the s**t out of the guy with the camera stayed there and arrested him. I think they are trying to provoke a response, then they clamp down.

  7. It really bothers me that the news refer to the movement as "a few people," but what OWS is trying to represent is that 99% of the world is being screwed over.

  8. People like Mr. O´Donnell brings me back my faith on human being.

    Bill O´Reilly should spend some time with him and try to improve and learn how to be a good person.

    For those cops I have 3 words: PIGS – BULLIES – BASTARDS

  9. c'mon. it's msnbc. it's like faux, but with different logos in the background. owned by the same elite who financed fake protests in 3rd world countries, so yeah. when msnbc gets "hardcore" and does some "real journalism" it still sounds so fake.

  10. Police need to wake up and realize that they themselves are part of the masses. The elite rulers will chew them up the same as the rest of us. In the global slave state they are building, the police are being trained to be the NWO's overseers. These videos are of the good overseers whipping the sheep that get out of line. The Constitution says you have the right to protest, but corporate America has other ideas. It makes me sick. Those NYPD officers need to be held accountable.

  11. America : Aren't we the country that brings "peace"(sarcasm) to other countries?

    If that's so, then why are these police officers beating human beings?

    How do they(Police) feel at the end of the day? "Well I did my job" Yuck! How does their food taste that they bought with the money they made by beating and hurting other human beings?

    Sad very sad. For the honest cops out there, Wow! keep your head up,because your uniform is and has been judged just like us…truth seekers, vilgilant citizens.

  12. Amendment I:

    "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

  13. I've been reading articles by Vigilant Citizen for a long time now but this is the first time I've commented on matters. Back before the story I'm about to share with you, I was as brainwashed as the rest of the herd. Sure, I had acquaintances and friends who spoke passionately on these subjects but it had no real lasting effect. In retrospect, I regret that I hadn't investigated further into detail. It took my own experience of being in the crosshairs of a sneering corrupt cop's Remington Shotgun that brought about my enlightenment. This was quite a few years ago but it still feels like a distant memory. I shudder even thinking about it…

    I was in my early twenties at the time, living in a typical (I can't stress that enough since this goes on all the time around here) suburban city in Southern California surrounded by yuppies, phonies, and "bro" types. Being a young guy, I had my fair share of harassment from the Sheriff's Department for nothing more than having tats and being well, a young guy. You see, to cops ALL young guys driving alone in their car at night MUST be up to something right? Wrong, I had my car searched about a dozen times and had hours of my time stolen from me which caused me to be late for work on some occasions, bothered coming home from work, weekends, Thanksgiving, and I even missed my only chance to enjoy my Aunt's famous Christmas Party with relatives who only came to the US once to see all of us. A very special memory taken from a bitter cop who had to work that cold Saturday night and saw an easy target in me…but I digress.

    I came home on a Weds. night I believe late February feeling really sick to my stomach. I assume it was stress I had been suffering from after a day of arguing on the phone with my girlfriend wanting to split up. I eventually came home after spending some time alone driving aimlessly through the afternoon after we hung up. As I was walking up the stairway, I had the sudden urge to throw up so I raced to my bathroom and did so. Unlike your typical upchuck, I was shocked to find that it was blood. I know that's gross to say but it's true and it sent some serious red flags up. Right then, I got a call on my room phone from my girlfriend and went to pick it up. Again, I received a barrage of words which I interrupted abruptly explaining what had just occurred. Despite our differences, she immediately changed from anger to concern and pressed to come over and take me to the emergency room. Not knowing that I'd be going there for another reason… I declined and told her that I wanted to be left alone assuring her that my parent's would come home eventually. She protested and shouted that I was this and that but I told her that quite frankly I didn't want to see her then. Apparently, that wasn't an acceptable answer because about 20 minutes later I started to hear a pounding on my door. She had come over and was yelling out for me to come and open it. I went downstairs and saw her through the glass panes in our front door and told her to go home and leave me be. She didn't budge and we continued to argue with the door between us. She said I was being a stubborn you know what and I told her she was causing a scene and that my next door neighbor's would hear the commotion. Well, my neighbor's did hear the commotion and called the police. Of course, it wasn't my any of my neighbor's with any visibility. It was my neighbor's 6 houses down that had absolutely no idea what was going on. When they called the police, they told them it was a domestic violence call which, if they would've been able to actually SEE there was a door that separated us and there was no physical contact. Sure enough, the cops came and instead of walking up calmly and making their presence known. They came up to my house without their lights on, ran up behind my girlfriend and yanked her by her shirt and wrist away from the porch knocking her down in the process and dragged her away. At that moment, I thought there was only one but there were a bunch of cruisers in front of my house I would later find out and that they had surrounded the place. Not to mention, I couldn't even tell it was a even a cop cause her rushed her from behind outside of my view. Before I even had a chance to open the door and find out what the hell was going on, they were crashing through the backyard and side doors with their guns drawn. Since none of the downstairs and backyard lights were on all I saw was glass shattering and dark figures yelling cuss words breaking into my house. Call me crazy but my first reaction was to retreat upstairs since there was one of me and I don't know how many of them pumping shotguns. Right after I reached the bathroom and locking the door behind me I could hear them shouting and slamming on the door. I don't know if any of you have been in any disturbing situations but time is no concept and things go VERY quickly. A moment later, the bottom part of my door broke open and a vicious K9 rushed in and took me down with it's teeth in my ribcage. I yelled in agony as the damn thing violently shook it's head holding my bleeding flesh with me still connected around on the ground. Just then, it released me and as I looked up for the last fleeting second on my knees with my hands holding my bleeding side, I saw a gun barrel in my face and the loudest sound I ever heard in my life, the brightest flash I ever saw in my life, and the most excruciatingly painful feeling in my forehead. I saw beams of light that quickly took my entire vision and the last sound I heard was my screaming in agony. Mind you I wasn't some scrawny little guy, I spent my earlier years in football and wrestling, and I was taking brazilian jiu jitsu and weightlifting at the time. Sometimes, I think that's the only reason I survived. Yes…..the first cop shot me point blank in the head less than six inches from my face. I was so close that the lead didn't even have a chance to spread out. The entire bullet was inside my head. Entirely. Somehow, due to the angle of the shot and the impact into my skull it changed it's velocity and went into the back of my left eye socket severing my optic nerve and causing melted lead to pour into my cranium and eye socket. Of course, I wasn't conscious when this was taking place but I heard and saw pictures later confirming this. I went from being sick to being shot in the head in the matter of an hour or so I presume. After this had occurred and my lifeless body violently twitched on the now blood-stained carpet, they had the audacity to keep my parents out, my next door neighbors out, my girlfriend out, and yes, the ambulance EMT's out as well for more than 45 minutes. I would later find out from my doctor that the blood had dried and coagulated by the time I reached the ER which had disturbed them greatly. Not to mention, they had dragged me around my house in that span of time hoping I would bleed to death in the process. The trails of blood left signs of me being dragged from the bathroom, to my room, down the hall, DOWN THE STAIRS, and even in my parents bedroom!!!!! I finally gained consciousness a couple days later for a couple minutes…it's all hazy but I just remember seeing my next door neighbor's standing over me crying. I knew my closest neighbor's well and we had a great relationship. One time, I even prevented my ultra-Christian neighbors next door from getting their house toilet papered and egged scaring the wits outta the teens doing it and stealing all their supplies. My neighbor's I saw briefly were across my street that had moved here from Texas. The guy was a 6'8 ex-marine who I had many laughs with and I looked out for his house whenever he had to go on a business trip and his lovely wife. I would later find out that my neighbor almost went toe to toe with one of these fascist thugs because the guy shoved him back with his shotgun telling him to..pardon my french, "get the f**k back inside" on HIS OWN DRIVEWAY. As my neighbors looked on from outside from their driveways, they were all shouting out "Don't hurt him, he's a good kid!!! Leave him alone!!!" before hearing the shattering of the door and the loud BOOM! from the gun. There were 6 cops alone in my tiny bathroom standing over me when the shot was taken…6. One guy who was unarmed who didn't do a damn thing. I didn't even have time to!!! Well, I know this is a lot to digest so I'll end this pretty soon. I had brain surgery, I lost my left eye, the shot was literally a millimeter away from blinding me and turning me into a vegetable, I had to be revived since I flatlined, I STILL have pieces of lead in my brain, my face has disfigurement, my entire left side of my head is numb, it took me on a psychological roller coaster of depression, post-traumatic stress, social anxiety, and depression, myclonic jolts, anxiety attacks, etc. But, I was fortunate to live and still be mentally and physically intact….mostly after years of therapy. I'm sharing this with you as not only the most horrific experience of my life but also a reason why I NEVER trust cops. They are the most organized crime unit in the world and the worst part is they know it. Sure their may be a decent .075% that are actually there to uphold the law and our rights but the other 99.925% are just hired thugs. When I pursued legal action, I got even MORE attention from the cops and even had them hanging out in front of my house with their lights on at midnight just leaning on their cars staring into my house. Of course, I relocated cause there was no way I was gonna live in THAT house again and it didn't take long for them to find out where. Even though I got a private number and kept a low profile…. they harassed me, my family, and my neighbors. Take my advice, don't EVER talk to or acknowledge a cop. Don't ever be alone or in a dark environment with a cop and if you have to interact with one or a few make sure it's in a public environment with complete visibility for others to observe. Take care and good luck…

    • I am so sorry that this has happened to you.

      May God bless you and keep you and your loved ones safe.

      God sees everything,even things that take place in the dark.

      Peace be with you.

    • Thank God you lived to tell the tale. This is shocking but actually I'm not that shocked. It a shame you didn't get the support you needed to actually complain and get some kind of justice for what you experience. Instead you were faced with ahrrasment and intimidation.

      Stories like this make me glad to live in Britain where cops do not carry guns as routine. Not to say we do not also have police brutality but an incident such as this would not happen and if it did they would never be allowed to get away with it. Bursting into an unarmed mans house and shooting him in the head for no reason, then dragging his injured and unconscious body around the house – my goodness.

      I believe that they will be held accountable for their actions in some way even if its not until judgement day.

      • Hello again, I'm sorry I haven't replied since the last time I commented on this subject but my internet had a fallout. I'm amazed at how long my post was but I just couldn't help myself. The words just seemed to scream out of me. Especially when I typed the last paragraph which was practically the length of an essay. This is my story and my reality. But I was one of the lucky ones that was actually able to walk away from this. They may have left me bloody and abused but I'm still standing and breathing so they can't break me! It happens all over the world but sadly we aren't ALL unifying against these criminals, and I do mean criminals. I've heard stories from my lawyers from drug running /protecting dealers, hit and runs, even assassinations. I even met a former police officer who fled the state for his life after refusing to do one of the above mentioned. That made him a marked man. You wouldn't believe the stuff that goes on…even in England.

    • I was crippled by cops after gangstalking, false arrests/convictions that have ruined my life. IEven attempted murder! am sorry for what happened to you. Mine was all covered up and the more I tried to tell the truth, the worse the sheriff/cops treated me. I doubt I'll Everett see justice in my situation. I hope I did. God bless.

    • They could, but it won't stick…the police department have already given these officers a pass, and really, the police are just doing the bidding of people who could easily get any charges dropped anyway

    • Exactly. This is absolute socialist propaganda and rhetoric, and I really thought that people who regularly visit this site of all places would recognize that. Disappointing.

      Anyone with a discerning mind should know by now that mass media edited video clips like this that emphasize only a few moments in time are deliberately seeking to paint a certain picture, not reporting the facts of the situation.

      Words out of context, or actions – it's all the same tactics, and MANY stories like this going back to the Vietnam hippie protest era were later shown to be exactly that – riots organized by Weather Underground and other communist agitator front groups, that were done specifically to provoke the police response, precisely so that it could be exploited on the evening news. Then you cleverly edit out and ignore the bottle throwing, etc that incited the police response to begin with and report only about the police abuses.

      All I can say in fairness is that since I wasn't there I can't be sure whether the people arrested in this case were "doing anything" or not, but you can be certain that this "journalist" does not know either…yet he doesn't hesitate to state as fact a certain point of view – no doubt using it to support views he already had, and again – not simply reporting the facts of what happened. That is the definition of propaganda.

      It could easily be blatant police abuse, but from many years of experience studying the media on this earth, I can tell you that it is far more likely that we are not being shown or given the entire picture here – on this, or any other story, for that matter.

      We need to be much smarter than this and not be drawn into reacting emotionally to manipulative stories like this, before we can call ourselves "vigilant" – or even intelligent.

      Just use your heads a little bit here, please, because you're being conned in a big way here by the current master of socialist network programming – MSNBC.

      Owned and run by GE and Microsoft. Do you really think they have any sympathy or interest in supporting these misguided people who we're told are allegedly protesting "Wall Street greed"??

      Seriously??? LOL

  14. I normally LOVE and rave about your blog. But in this case it is important to know, that police brutality aside and despicable, that what has happened with this "Day of Rage" has been orchestrated and funded by George Soros and is not an organic movement but generated by the communists/anarchists and socialist activists. Please do this research, as your site is about exposing the truth behind what lies beneath the exterior veneer. This link is not the BEST place to start, but it is a good place and links to others. Communism always uses "revolution" to infiltrate and get the people behind it. I have watched a lot of video from what is happening there, and find many instances when youth seem to purposely try and agitate the police.

    • Please describe the "agitation" you are referring to that warranted police brutality. I watched the videos myself. Freedom of speech may agitate the police, but it is a constitutional right.

    • Nobody is talking about socialism or communism. Its about free speech and the right to assemble without violent repression from the autorities.

      Free speech is guaranteed even to those you don't agree with.

  15. Well, I'm going to theorize that MAYBE the reason that MSNBC (mass media) reported on this in opposition to the police brutality is to make us aware of the consequences of a peaceful protest. Basically, look what can happen to you if you oppose the elite or governement; Even though it's wrong, you will be assaulted and there's nothing you can do about it. When people think of protesting in the future, it's already in our awareness that the police could harm us with no real consequence, therefore making people not want to protest. Maybe I'm becoming paranoid about all these agendas, but I question all motives now….

    BTW, watching the Rodney King video was horrific. Haven't seen that in a long time.

    • I don't really agree. My BF and I were inspired to see the media recognition and justified position portrayed. But our minds are, perhaps, not as self-defeating as your own. The way the world looks is affected by the lens you use. When you feel a victim, you see cruelty even in a news program trying to bring light and attention to a wrong-doing.

      I suggest you all take the V's off of your foreheads, if you are sporting one, and stand up by at least protecting yourselves and slowly getting off the 'grid' so the Powers That Be can't track you or starve you out.

      • There are strength in numbers, my friend. Your approach is taking a loner approach. That will not get us out of this situation.

      • To Diana below me:

        …the loner approach? Hot air, my friend. We seek to connect to everyone we can and organize them to at the minimum, being informed and self sufficient, and at maximum, to join our ranks.

        Save your vitriol and negativity for yourself, loner. We've had enough from the 1%

      • I don't find the difference negative, but rather, that one would willingly think of defeat. That's just objective reality. No matter what you want, or how you want it, never limit yourself!

  16. The problem with this is the subliminal message that is hidden here, the whole clip talks about the police brutality, news should say who, what where when how, and WHY.

    Who: people protesting, cops abusing

    What: police brutality during protest

    When: the past week or so

    Where: wall street

    How: mace, batons ect.

    Why: ? tell us msnbc! why are the people angry? Why are there protests? the MSM ignores the most important part.

    The sinister subliminal message they program the audience with: the guy basicly concludes with "this happens every day though, it never changes, the powers that be actually support this and turn a blind eye, it has been this way and will continue to be that way so YOU (the audience) should know thiswont change, its the way it is, there is no use fighting it they/WE the elite controlers Have and will always win."

    Unknowingly your subconcious is attacked this way, and your left at the end of the clip feeling horrified, sad, hurt, and HELPLESS.

    On another note i sold a bic lighter today (i work at a gas station) and noticed that it had symbolism on it, a Bic lighter!

    it has the Rock and roll sign(satanic salute) and below it says "flick my bic" the "i" in the word flick is dotted with an upside down star(satanism/baphomet). it keeps geting more blatent by the day, i also noticed the spin magazine cover with "The new rave generation" and the kid flashing the one eye a fewdays before you posted it VC, nice work.

    keep your eyes open friends.

    • Lawrence actually covered all of that earlier in the show…this is just a segment on police brutality. The first 17 (or so) mins can be found on youtube. He interviews Michael Moore live in NY and asks all the questions about the protest.

  17. Please check out the Anti terrorist channel on youtube – too understand/educate yourself on the full British legal rights/laws the Police may or may not have …….. excellent tips on protecting your Freedom of rights.

  18. This "Occupy Wall Street" thing is baloney. Vigilant Citizen should know better. "Thesis played against antithesis leads to the Synthesis". Socialism is the favorite system of the super-rich.

    • I call shenanigans, good sir or madam.

      I am a member of an Occupy movement, and we don't want ANYTHING to do with government or politics. We as a group (I will not speak for individuals) do not push socialism or any other failing ism, just freedom. We as a group do not tolerate anyone using our protests as a soapbox for any political party or regime, because a lot of 1%ers aren't even in politics- they OWN the politicians. A good lot of us don't even want taxation in any respects. Socialism still requires that the government tell someone how much of what they have they HAVE to give to someone, and that's still oppression.

      Please be informed, and please join us (the 99%) or Anonymous.

      • I applaud these efforts. Government and Politics are corrupt. The system is broken and we need to stand up to this as it's our money funding this corruption. Think about it. Please let us know how we can support this movement.

      • Not to divert, but anyone interested in direct support please go to

        Anyone more subversive looking for more info and interested in protecting self-sufficiency for the future (fall of gov't >.>) look here: (Yes, bees and hivemind are bizzwords ((lol)) there but mainly because hivemind was an old 4chan meme, and the group acts as a unified mass (to protect individuals. If you're not familiar with 4chan, now is not the time to get acquainted. That place is crazy!)

  19. the police state is in full motion. And this is just a taste of what's to come. Moving away from the illusion and disillusion is the only way of surviving. I sympatise with these protestors fully. But if they move away from, the glamour of the big city and sustain themselves through farming and other activities. They will see that being apart of lucifer's world is basically redundant.

  20. Is it now illegal in the US to peacfully protest?

    Police Brutality is rampant in the city that I live. Last week in my city, three people were killed by the APD. All three were completely seperate incidents, all three were shot in the head. The three police officers involved were suspended with pay for (get this) THREE days. One of the men killed was carring a bb gun.

  21. It made me cry when I watched the videos of the police using violence against people who were doing nothing against the law, especially the second video (black and white one). Although I'm not American, I'm sure it's happening here in Britain too, and I'm absolutely disgusted just thinking about it. Something has to be done, and soon.

    • Yea I cried too, but what do you really think could be done that would fix anything? Humans are hopelessly flawed. There will always be heartless, violent people out there..

  22. well if they can get away with it , im gona carry my pepper spray with me when i protest, and use it against them, but oh no thats an assult to an officer, well im gona take this matter to another level and give them a taste of pepper spray, to see if they like it, lets walk around now with legal gas mask when we protest to see what theryre gona use, problably, there guns ? if they can get away with it i can to, no body is above the law even cops, i was gona join the police department but by seeing this no chance im putting my good name behind a bunch of loosers that abuse the law, keep up the fight The Spanish Templars are with the people and the good name of the Catholic church, God is good, God is great.

  23. We the taxpayers are paying for our own brutality and slavery! I am so disgusted! Not just at this video but all they are doing. True justice needs to be served!

  24. I am glad that they have not involved the fire department yet like they did in the 1960's using water cannons and hoses to push people back at civil rights and anti-war demonstrations. That would be the time I would have to drop the hose because it is meant for life safety, incident stabilization, and property conservation.

    This is horrible, I am sure there are many in uniform who would like to protest but would risk losing a career over it and a lifeline to support their families. It is ashame that rescources like this are mis-appropriated and the few bad apples are selected just for this kind of function. Most people in uniform (Police, firefighters, and rescue crews) are for the greater good and for peace! It's just a small few are a POS or do not know any better and can be seen on this video.

    • I'm aware of delta corrupt to the core because the sheriff is corrupt. Be orders his cops to do harm if he doesn't like you, or better yet, wants your property, etc.

  25. ladies and gentlemen, we have team of highly trained, intelligent, woman slapping, Rodney king beating, trigger happy, pepper spraying, doughnut munching, crotch scratching, overweight policemen sworn to protect and serve you, should you be the victim of gender violence, racist attacks, armed assault, peaceful protests, etc. we might as well give badges to the murderers, rapists, paedophiles, thugs, and terrorists coz they're also doing the same job pretty damn well.

  26. I want to hug Lawrence O'Donnell. It's so hard when no one believes you about police brutality. It's like people think the police are demi-gods that can never be wrong. A bad cop is WORSE than a petty criminal in some ways. They've abused their authority and betrayed the public trust.

    • Yes, the mainstream media is a steaming pile of crap.

      Not since the old school days of 60 Minutes was there a possibility of just glimpsing the truth in the mainstream media. Even then the door was closing on any hope of light shining onto the dark truth of the world. Do not for a second think that this news reader was giving it to you straight. More of the same is more like it…bend over.

      To want to give this "reptilian shapeshifter" (as noted @8:48 in video/sarcasm) a hug is understandable, until you take off your blinders. This nightmare of an agenda (Ordo ab Chao)is pretty much scripted and now it is time to throw those who follow orders, under the bus.

      IAm willing to bet that you will start to seeing more of these "cop smearing" treats pop up in the great steaming pile, like bits of corn for your addled brain to examine.

      Remember what our one time president Woodrow Wilson once said…….."Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men's views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the U.S., in the field of commerce and manufacturing, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it."

      And this steadfast warrior of truth, this beacon of the people, the great MSNBC news reader Lawrence Odonnell is in NO POSITION to decide what the people deserve to hear.

      Smoke and mirrors vigilent citizens, do not fall prey to their silly little games.

  27. The police brutality is uncalled for. Way to go police for detaining and locking these "criminals" (I use that term loosely in this post) up because we all know harsh, retributive puntive measures are the only way to deal with "criminals" — sarcasm by the way.

    The way the police are acting is nearly as disgusting as the 1919 general strike/riot in Winnipeg. Women and children, mostly, were beaten by police.

    • what do you mean they didnt do anything?

      they are not being blind obedient sheep staying home and watching main stream media

      they are actually taking a stand protesting and expresing their opinions and needs

      thats the worst thing any of us can do according to the police and the government

      you allowed this to happen in palestine, Irag and afganistan to innocent people and children and now it will happen in USA .

    • The day they interview the protesters and show the world what EXACTLY what we are angry about and why (for which there a countless reasons) will be the day i tell these sick corporate media clowns that they actually did their job….

    • boycott JP Chase, their subsidiaries, their supporters…

      unfortunately, this leads you to the Federal Reserve. we are to blame for the police state which is fostered by banks, which are created as a means to control the profane, by NWO FASCISTS and because we buy into this system, because we BELIEVE THERE IS NO OTHER WAY (which there is, clearly, another way to live your life) we are to blame for the fact there is a police force, fostered by banks, that batter and bruise us as a society.


    • I'm a certified nurses aide at a nursing home. If a resident at my work so much as has a bruise or skin tear on them, resistive or not, there is an incident report filed immediately.

      If they feel that it was caused by force or abuse they investigate it.

      If it is found to be abuse then that person loses their job and if the employer so chooses to, they can report it to the state and that person loses their certification/license and are banned from working with children or the elderly for the rest of their career.

      THAT'S how it should be for ALL PEOPLE who SERVE PEOPLE.

      • But the cops are never found guilty. They cover it up. Even after they assault,they will bring false charges on u to make u look bad and ruin your life. And you paid 10000. In fines so they are robbing as well. The retaliation one receives is even worse, if u try to do anything about it.

    • Do you guys know what is the difference between a cop and a criminal? here's the answer, I guess:

      A criminal has got a gun illegally, and a cop carries a gun legally. So, that's the only one difference between them, because uniformed or not, they end up doing the same blurred, such as killing, beating, corrupt, violate, extort, taking something that don't belong to them, and so on…

      It's impressive how people are personally similar to the Lord, and still can think in that petty and stupid way.

      Peace 🙁


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