Sunday, May 25, 2014

Some info the news didn't/will not tell you about the Isla Vista shooting

Below is an article from the L A Times.
Some thoughts by me, generated by my experiences as a California Peace Officer.

-- Notice how EVERYONE is finding someone else to blame. So far, the Libs locally blame guns.NOTE: This kid was so  well off that he would have purchased guns legally or illegally

-- The parents saw the video .
They contacted Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office.
The Sheriff contacted Rodgers.
Now, here is what the news probably does not know, and would push in Rodgers' favor if they did:
FACT: In California, you can not be arrested for "Acting Weird".
You can take someone to your County Mental Health (Known by cops as CMH) to have them evaluated. Section 5150 of the Welfare and Institutions code gives you that authority, and the person can be held for observation for 48 hours.
BUT--it takes a psychiatrist to declare that person "A Danger to himself and others" to have the person committed for treatment.

In a few of my own experiences, even though the person had shown some suicidal behavior, or engaged to potentially deadly actions against others, a psychiatrist would interview the subject, then declare that the person was not a hazard.

In one case, a prisoner arrested for DUI, asked for water. Told we didn't have any, he went into what appeared to be a seizure, but he was conscious all that time. Due to the behavior, we stopped the car, and an ambulance transported that restrained subject to a hospital. Doctors declared there was nothing physically wrong. Two psychiatrists were called to evaluate. I do not know how the first conversation went, but I was at the door, guarding at the second one. The subject told the psychiatrist,"If I wasn't tied to this gurney, I'd rip your head off and shove it up your ass".
The psychiatrist emerged and told the first psychiatrist, "I think he's a little upset, but I don't think he's  a danger".

San Diego, 2004.
In East San Diego, a family has an adult male in the home, that can not control anger. Occasionally, he strikes at family members, throws objects and damages the home.
Invariably, San Diego PD is called. The officers take the subject to CMH. Invariably, about two hours after arriving at CMH, the staff releases the subject out onto the street.
It got so bad that the SDPD officers, would simply have him get out of the police car and go inside CMH --on his own, knowing they would waste two hours there.
EXCEPT, that last day. He is released by the psychiatrist, goes outside and gets into a confrontation. Police are called as he is swinging a tree limb at people on the sidewalk. An officer arrives, tries to talk him down, but the subject grabs a heavy all metal shopping cart and is trying to hit the officer with it. The Officer shot him.

Oceanside, 2001.
Joe, the homeless alcoholic climbs down from a bridge on to a freeway sign over Interstate- 5 .
The CHP Has to stop all traffic on South I-5 in case he jumps. After two Oceanside PD Officers try to talk him off for an hour and a half, a Sergeant arrives and promises Joe a six pack of beer if he will climb up and off.
Joe is taken to CMH. Joe asks for--and gets his six after CHM declares him "Not a hazard to himself or others".
Two weeks later, Joe does a repeat performance. Same Sergeant gets him off, and to CMH. Psychiatrist is not going to hold him. Sgt asks psychiatrist's home address, phone, etc, and tells him that when Joe jumps, he is going to put an ad in the paper for attorneys to advertise for clients damaged by Joe's jump. Joe got held for 48 hours.

This goes back to JFK and Robert Kennedy.

Deinstitutionalisation (or deinstitutionalization) is the process of replacing long-stay psychiatric hospitals with less isolated community mental health services for those diagnosed with a mental disorder or developmental disability. Deinstitutionalisation works in two ways: the first focuses on reducing the population size of mental institutions by releasing patients, shortening stays, and reducing both admissions and readmission rates; the second focuses on reforming mental hospitals' institutional processes so as to reduce or eliminate reinforcement of dependency, hopelessness, learned helplessness, and other maladaptive behaviours.[1]
According to psychiatrist Leon Eisenberg, deinstitutionalisation has been an overall benefit for most psychiatric patients, though many have been left homeless and without care.[2] The deinstitutionalisation movement was initiated by three factors:
  • A socio-political movement for community mental health services and open hospitals;
  • The advent of psychotropic drugs able to manage psychotic episodes;
  • A ļ¬nancial imperative to shift costs from state to federal budgets.
According to American psychiatrist Loren Mosher, most deinstitutionalization in the USA took place after 1972, as a result of the availability of SSI, long after the antipsychotic drugs were used universally in state hospitals.
According to psychiatrist and author Thomas Szasz, deinstitutionalisation is the policy and practice of transferring homeless, involuntarily hospitalised mental patients from state mental hospitals into many different kinds of de facto psychiatric institutions funded largely by the federal government. These federally subsidised institutions began in the United States and were quickly adopted by most Western governments. The plan was set in motion by the Community Mental Health Act as a part of John F. Kennedy's legislation and passed by the U.S. Congress in 1963, mandating the appointment of a commission to make recommendations for "combating mental illness in the United States".
In many cases the deinstitutionalisation of the mentally ill in the Western world from the 1960s onward has translated into policies of "community release". Individuals who previously would have been in mental institutions are no longer continuously supervised by health care workers. Some experts, such as E. Fuller Torrey, have considered deinstitutionalisation to be a failure, while some consider many aspects of institutionalization to have been worse.

You see, Liberals would rather take a chance that your common citizen might be killed, wounded, raped or maimed than "Deprive some mental person of their freedom".

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The 22-year-old, who law enforcement officials say killed six people before he died in a shoot out with deputies from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff ‘s Office, also “heard voices.”
His parents, Hollywood director Peter Rodger and his ex-wife, Li Chin, are now in hiding, staying at a hotel, as they try to come to grips with what their son is believed to have done.
“Elliot has always been troubled and couldn’t express himself,” the source tells us.
“His parents did everything they could to help him. It seemed that Elliot suffered from extreme paranoia and heard voices, but it was impossible to properly diagnose because he just wouldn’t talk. Having been prescribed psychiatric medication, Elliot refused to take it.
“Before moving from L.A. to Santa Barbara, he had been seeing a mental health professional for years, and his parents got a team of doctors for him to continue to see after his move. Their hearts break for the victims and their families.”
There was a reluctance to let Rodger move to Santa Barbara, but he was insistent, the source says.
“He thought that moving to Santa Barbara would make him happy, and his parents obliged. At first Elliot did really well academically in school at Santa Barbara City College (a community college about 30 minutes from the University of California Santa Barbara campus), but he had a hard time fitting in with the party scene. With that, Elliot became more isolated, and his grades began to suffer.”
In an incredibly chilling video he uploaded to YouTube less than 24 hours before his killing spree, Roger spoke of his frustration at being rebuffed by women. Speaking with little emotion, while seated in his car and looking straight into a camera, he said “I am the superior one” as he wondered aloud why women didn’t find him attractive.
His solution was, he said, to go on a shooting spree.
“I’m going to enter the hottest sorority house of UCSB and I will slaughter every single spoiled, stuck-up, blonde slut that I see inside there. All those girls that I’ve desired so much, they would’ve all rejected me and looked down on me as an inferior man if I ever made a sexual advance towards them.”
His lethal rampage actually began prior to the shooting, Sheriff Bill Brown revealed late on Saturday.
Rodger stabbed three males in his apartment before taking to the streets in a black BMW. There he fatally shot two female and one male UCSB students. Rodger also hit two bicyclists with his car and seriously injured others with gunfire.
His parents were concerned about Rodger’s postings on social media even prior to his YouTube “Retribution” video and had contacted law enforcement in Santa Barbara, the source tells Radar.
According to the Rodger family attorney, Alan Shifman, the family contacted local authorities to do a “welfare check” on Elliot just a few weeks ago and cops found him to be “perfectly polite, kind and wonderful human,” but seemingly without a girlfriend or friends.
Only two years earlier, Elliot was photographed in a much different setting, on the red carpet at the premiere ofThe Hunger Games, alongside his father who was the second unit director on the film.
However, our insider reveals, “Elliot never fit in at school in Santa Barbara, and certainly not in his dad’s Hollywood glamorous world. He was extremely smart, and loved to play video games. He wasn’t prone to violence at all. His parents have been in contact with the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office and have indicated they will fully cooperate with the investigation.”


Elliot Rodger's parents had concerns about his mental health

Sheriff defends earlier investigation of Isla Vista shooting suspect

Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown on Sunday defended his agency's handling of a visit deputies made last month to the suspect in Friday's Isla Vista rampage that left seven dead.
In April,  family members called the Sheriff's Department expressing concern about Elliot Rodger's health. The deputies said Rodger, 22, seemed to be fine and they did not take any action against him.

Brown told CBS News' "Face the Nation" that he wasn't sure whether the deputies checked to see if he had any weapons registered in his name. Had they done that, the check would have shown Rodger had legally purchased three guns. Because Rodger had never been institutionalized or held by authorities, Brown added, he was permitted to have the guns.
"Obviously, looking back on this, it's a very tragic situation, and we certainly wish that we could turn the clock back and maybe change some things," Brown told CBS.

The sheriff added that deputies who checked on Rodger followed procedure and that they were convinced he was not a harm to himself. Rodger, he added, had a "a very convincing story." 
"During the course of his interaction with mental health professionals, he apparently had never been either institutionalized or committed for an involuntary hold of any kind," Brown added. "And those are the two triggers that actually would have made him a prohibited person in terms of a fire arms purchase. So he was able, sadly, to obtain those three firearms.

In a 137-page document Rodger wrote, he mentioned the sheriff's welfare check last month, saying his whole plan would have been foiled had the officer found his guns and writing, which were in his room.
"That would have ended everything," he wrote. "For a few horrible seconds, I thought it was all over."
The welfare check was one of three interactions Santa Barbara authorities had with Rodger.

In January, officials said, Rodger accused his roommate of stealing three candles worth $22 and performed a citizen's arrest. The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department eventually arrested the roommate and booked him on petty theft charges.
Last summer, he accused several people of assaulting him. But investigators concluded he was the aggressor in the incident and a detective suspended the case.
Rodger is suspected of killing six people before taking his own life Friday. Officials said he targeted his apartment complex, then a UC Santa Barbara sorority and then a deli. 

The narrative of the violence described by authorities shares striking similarities to the statement Rodger wrote in which he described plans to kill people.
In that document, he outlines detailed plans for killing his roommates and then attacking a sorority in what he described as his "war on women."
"I will attack the very girls who represent everything I hate in the female gender: The hottest sorority of UCSB," he wrote.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Rodney King and Donald Sterling

Is it just me... or is this like Rodney King?

You see, what happened to Rodney at the end of that pursuit was a common occurrence. Run from LA PD and you got your ass kicked. 

It was nothing new or out of the ordinary.The changer was that a man had just got a new video camera, and had a vantage point. 

The outcome of that was that Rodney was transformed into a Saint while all involved were punished.

Now we come to wealthy Democrat Donald Sterling. 

Everyone one knew what a low life he was. BUT, hypocritically, they kept it to themselves because --He kept money coming their way [ Kinda like Democrats. They hate your guts, but they shower you with money as long as your are not white or hold a steady job, and vote Democrat]

But a stripper sets him up, records him, and that recording gets to TMZ--where a lot of brain dead people watch, and suddenly, Sterling is condemned and over.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

The Cavalry riding to Bundy Ranch Cattle

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Unseen Alfred Hitchcock Holocaust documentary ‘Memory of the Camps’ to be released


By Ben Child, The Guardian
Friday, January 10, 2014 7:09 EST
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The ‘disturbing’ film, made in 1945 and withheld, was restored by the Imperial War Museum
An Alfred Hitchcock documentary about the Holocaust which was suppressed for political reasons is to be screened for the first time in the form its director intended after being restored by the Imperial War Museum, reports the Independent.
Hitchcock was asked to assemble footage shot by a British army film unit cameraman of the liberation of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945. But the resulting documentary, which had been commissioned in an attempt to inform and educate the German populace about the atrocities carried out by the Nazis in their name, was ultimately held back.
It was not shown at all until 1984, in an incomplete version at the Berlin film festival, and was missing a sixth reel and in poor quality when it was screened on the PBS network in the US a year later. Now the film, retrospectively titled Memory of the Camps, is to finally see the light of day in a format Hitchcock would have approved of.
“It was suppressed because of the changing political situation, particularly for the British,” Dr Toby Haggith, senior curator at the Department of Research for the Imperial War Museum told the Independent. “Once they discovered the camps, the Americans and British were keen to release a film very quickly that would show the camps and get the German people to accept their responsibility for the atrocities that were there.”
Haggith said test screenings had left colleagues, experts and film historians extremely disturbed. The film’s narration, which has been re-recorded with a new actor, features descriptions of “sightseers” at a “chamber of horrors”.
“The digital restoration has made this material seem very fresh,” said Haggith. “One of the common remarks was that it [the film] was both terrible and brilliant at the same time.”
The film is due to be shown on British television in 2015 to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Europe. It will be accompanied by a new documentary from Andre Singer, a producer on the acclaimed 2013 film The Act of Killing, which has topped a number of critical best of the year lists including the Guardian’s. Both films will be shown at film festivals and cinemas later this year.

Friday, January 10, 2014

A notice of Passing, and a reaction

An email this morning asserted that a Lieutenant Mike Maas had dies in San Diego. 

Everyone will forgive me if I do not get all choked up. 

Maas came to the El Cajon CHP Office around 1993 . We were warned in a Briefing that 
he and another officer had declared themselves to be Gay while as Sergeants in the West Los Angeles Office.  They had been subjected to hazing, had sued the State and collected around $750,00 for "Sexual Harassment" 

When Maas arrived, he was thin, only about 5'6", and very concerned with himself. 

I do not know what I did to alienate him, but he made it his life's goal to see that I was written up, given days  off without pay, or terminated. 

Since he worked the 1400 shift, and I usually worked the 1300 shift, we had several encounters. Here are a few: 

-- Around 1400 hours one day, I turn around at an under crossing in El Cajon.  I see a van pulled over to the right. I stop. In the van is a woman who has clearly been beaten up. I asked who did it. She said it was her live-in partner, a Hispanic male who was visible ahead of us walking on to the I-8. I call dispatch after finding the beating occurred at some apartments in El Cajon, asked for El Cajon Police, and stayed with the woman in case the male decided to return

Next thing I know, Maas and two CHP Units are there. El Cajon PD had arrived, stopped and arrested the male, and had brought him back to the van. 
Maas walks up and immediately started berating me in front of everyone for not calling the El Cajon CHP Office.

---One afternoon, I get onto I-8 east bound. There is a cafe racer motorcycle with a male driver and female passenger at high speed . After about 3 miles, I pace him at 85, then stop him.  
The motorcycle has a Baja California plate. I had never seen one on  a motorcycle. I did know that many cars and cycles are stolen, disappear into Mexico, and never recovered
So, I ran the VIN number. 

Dispatch initially said it was stolen.

My Beat Partner arrived. I had just wet ahead with a speeding ticket. Stan walks up, I tell him, you go on his right side, I will go on the left, and we will handcuff him. We did.
After a short period, Dispatch calls and asks me to repeat that VIN number. I do. 
After about a minute, Dispatch says "Sorry--it is not stolen". 
All this time, the female Hispanic was sitting on the curb. She had in  sandals, a short skirt, and a brief top. 
Maas arrives, and stops  my patrol car. He leaves all the emergency lights going on the Chev Suburban he drove there. Soon there are two rear-ender crashes, caused by gawkers . Maas calls a third unit and assigns him to take the collision reports. 
Then, he says ,"Let me use my PR skills to smooth this over". I asked, "What for--he's going to sign a ticket, and we will never see him again. He's from Mexicali" 
Maas talks to him. I have him sign the ticket. The motorcycle leaves. I leave. 

Maas calls me and orders,"Meet me at the Greenfield Dr off ramp" .

I do. He gets out and says, "Did you search that Female?"
I said "No--What's to search. You could see everything on her". 

He declared pompously:"I am seriously concerned about   your Officer Safety Skills", and left.

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We had a K9 Officer, whose main job was to check for drugs. She had got after a pickup-camper, and declared she was in pursuit. I started going east, ans I was 30-35 miles west of her. No--I did not notify Dispatch that I was rolling.
The K9 car then said that the pickup was now westbound--in the eastbound lanes of I-8 .

When I arrived, the pickup had pulled off to the right shoulder, and the driver and about 25 smuggled human beings fled up the hill south of I-8 on foot. 
There were SIX Border Patrol Vehicles, a second K9 car, and a San Diego Sheriff's car there. 

Now, the brush in that hill was dense, and about 5 to 6 ft high. I had on $85 pants, spit shined boots and a $65 shirt--all of which would have been torn up if I tried to navigate that brush, The K9's , Border Patrol and the Deputy all wore coveralls. 

No one was in sight. 

I decided to just return to my beat. 

That night, Maas called me in to the Sergeants office, closed the door and demanded:
"Why didn't you go up to help Jennifer (K9)?" 
I did. 
"You did not say on the radio that you were responding--or that you arrived there".

" No need--One, she was in  a pursuit. You are supposed to keep a clear channel. TWO--when I got there, there were six Border Patrol vehicles, a Deputy and the other K9-- They did not need my, so I returned to my beat. "

Maas: "We are looking into writing you up for failing to assist a fellow officer". 


Fast forward. 
I had my fill of El Cajon. There was an absentee Captain--who came in once every two weeks--in a suit. He had turned most things over to a Lieutenant Rick Ward. 
This man had become a Cadet, intending to go straight to Commissioner. He was ruthless, unethical, and put in practices that angered about 95% of the Officers.

Under him were Sergeants that avoided him, or three suck-up Sergeants known as the Three Stooges. Maas was one of those. 

I had put in for transfer back to Oceanside. 

I got that transfer before Mass and the other two could get action against me approved .

When I got to Oceanside, a Sergeant I had known for a long time showed me what papers they had prepared, and said,"This isn't going anywhere". 

After two years, Maas shows up in Oceanside as a Lieutenant. 

One night, a VERY rare occasion had came about. I had agreed to have lunch with someone, and I was enroute there. Normally, I took my lunch to avoid restaurants and fast food places.

Dispatch gave me a call that a woman had called in and said she was broke down about four or five miles north of Escondido. I answered, and said, " I will be on the way". 
A CHP Motorcycle rider came on the air, and said" I coming back to my beat (Highway 78) from my lunch at home--I'll take that--I'm right there"

I went to lunch, and thanked the motor rider. 

When I got to the office--end of shift-- a Sergeant interrogates me about not going to the disabled motorist,

Next thing I know, the Sergeant tells me that the Lieutenant--Mass--has recommended Day Off without ay for me for "Refusing to assist a disabled motorist". 

Fortunately, we had a very common sense Captain, and it never came to that.


Maas promoted to Captain and went to Contra Costa CHP Office. 


A couple of years go by. 
One day, I talk to one of the Oceanside Motor Officers. 

He tells me that Contra Costa had a in house investigator that got a plain car, and went out following up on Hit-and Run crashes, suspected fraud, and other items. Upon arrival, Maas had taken a shine to this man and they had apparently co-habited. 

Time goes by, like 6 or 8 months. 

Maas takes a shine to a field officer. He kicks the inside investigator out--sends him out to a beat--and brings in his new fascination. 

Maas wants to get back to San Diego, as his mother died and left him a veritable mansion overlooking Mission Bay. He gets a transfer, and is to be Captain at the San Diego CHP Office.

BUT-- before his reporting date, the first in-house investigator---the jilted party--had filmed them in intimate, compromising encounters i their shared home. He had sent those photos to Border Division CHP via the CHP IntraNet ..

Maas was supposed to be terminated (Anyone else would have been)

Then he declared himself stressed and took six weeks off. 

He engaged an attorney, who negotiated  that he only be reduced to Lieutenant and assigned the scales near Banning on I-10. 

Thursday, January 9, 2014


Doug Ross @ Journal: HIGHLIGHTS OF SECDEF ROBERT GATES' NEW BOOK: For O...: Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates has a new book coming out this month. Entitled " Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War ", ...

Wednesday, January 1, 2014


Cheers to the Truth! 
"Where is the G-damn f**king flag?  I want the G-damn f**king flag up every f**king morning at f**king sunrise." (From the book "Inside The White House" by Ronald Kessler, p. 244 - Hillary to the staff at the Arkansas Governor's mansion on Labor Day, 1991) 
"You sold out, you mother f**ker!  You sold out!"From the book "Inside" by Joseph Califano, p. 213 - Hillary yelling at Democrat lawyer. "It's been said, and I think it's accurate, that my husband was obsessed by terrorism in general and al-qa ida in particular." (Hillary telling a post-9/11 world what a 'great' commander in chief her husband was; Dateline, NBC 4/16/2004.) 
"I have to admit that a good deal of what my husband and I have learned [about Islam] has come from our daughter." (TruthInMed 8/8/1999 - Hillary at a White House function, proudly tells some Muslim groups she is gaining a greater appreciation of Islam because Chelsea was then taking a class on the "religion of peace") 
Hillary's opinion of cops:"F**k off!  It's enough that I have to see you shit-kickers every day, I'm not going to talk to you too!!  Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut."(From the book "American Evita" by Christopher Anderson, p. 90 - Hillary to her State Trooper bodyguards after one of them greeted her with "Good morning.""You f**king idiot."(From the book "Crossfire" p. 84 - Hillary to a State Trooper who was driving her to an event.)
"If you want to remain on this detail, get your f**king ass over here and grab those bags!" 
(From the book "The First Partner" p. 259 - Hillary to a Secret Service Agent who was reluctant to carry her luggage because he wanted to keep his hands free in case of an incident.) 

"Get f**ked!  Get the f**k out of my way!!!  Get out of my face!!!"
 (From the book "Hillary's Scheme" p. 89 - Hillary's various comments to her Secret Service detail agents.) 
"Stay the f**k back, stay the f**k away from me!  Don't come within ten yards of me, or else!  Just f**king do as I say, Okay!!!?" 
(From the book "Unlimited Access", by Clinton FBI Agent in Charge, Gary Aldrige, p. 139 - Hillary screaming at her Secret Service detail.) 
"Many of you are well enough off that [President Bush's] tax cuts may have helped you.  We're saying that for America to get back on track, we're probably going to cut that short and not give it to you.We're going to have to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."(Hillary grandstanding at a fund raising speech in San Francisco; 6/28/2004.)
"Why do I have to keep proving to people that I am not a liar?!"(From the book "The Survivor," by John Harris, p. 382 - Hillary in her 2000 Senate campaign) "Where's the miserable c*ck sucker?"(From the book "The Truth About Hillary" by Edward Klein, p. 5 - Hillary shouting at a Secret Service officer) 
"No matter what you think about the Iraq war, there is one thing we can all agree on for the next days - we have to salute the courage and bravery of those who are risking their lives to vote and those brave Iraqi and American soldiers fighting to protect their right to vote. (Was posted on Hillary Clinton's web site on 1/28/05)
"Put this on the ground!  I left my sunglasses in the limo.  I need those sunglasses.  We need to go back!"(From the book "Dereliction of Duty" p. 71-72 - Hillary to Marine One helicopter pilot to turn back while en route to Air Force One.) "A right-wing network was after his presidency...including perverting the Constitution."(To Barbara Walters about the Republicans who impeached her husband; 20/20, ABC 6/8/2003.)
"Son of a bitch."(From the book "American Evita" by Christopher Anderson, p. 259 - Hillary's opinion of President George W. Bush when she found out he secretly visited Iraq just days before her highly publicized trip to Iraq) 
"What are you doing inviting these people into my home? These people are our enemies! They are trying to destroy us!" (From the book "The Survivor" by John Harris, p. 99 - Hillary screaming to an aide, when she found out that some Republicans had been invited to the Clinton White House) 
"I mean, you've got a conservative and right-wing press presence with really nothing on the other end of the political spectrum." (C-Span, 1/19/1997 - Hillary complains about the mainstream media, which are all conservatives in her opinion )
"Come on Bill, put your dick up! You can't f**k her here!!"(From the book "Ins ide The White House" by Ronald Kessler, p. 243 - Hillary to Gov. Clinton when she spots him talking with an attractive female at an Arkansas political rally) 
You know, I'm going to start thanking the woman who cleans the restroom in the building I work in.  I'm going to start thinking of her as a human being -Hillary Clinton(From the book "The Case Against Hillary Clinton" by Peggy Noonan, p. 55)
"You show people what you're willing to fight for when you fight your friends."(From the book "The Agenda" by Bob Woodward, ch. 14) 
"We are at a stage in history in which remolding society is one of the great challenges facing all of us in the West." (From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 119 - During her 1993 commencement address at the University of Texas)
"The only way to make a difference is to acquire power" (From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 68 -  Hillary to a friend before starting law school.) 
"We just can't trust the American people to make those types of choices.... Government has to make those choices for people"(From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 20 - Hillary to Rep. Dennis Hastert in 1993 discussing her expensive, disastrous taxpayer-funded health care plan)
"I am a fan of the social policies that you find in Europe" Hillary in 1996" From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 76 - Hillary in 1996)
This ill-tempered, violent, foul mouthed, hateful and abusive woman wants to be your president and have total control as commander-in-chief of a military that her party so openly and proudly admits they detest.  I can see someone like this gaining the respect of other nations, and especially from their leaders, who refuse to do as she tells them ...or else.  No thanks; my country deserves a better leader, not a dominatrix! 

Friday, November 29, 2013

Modern Police Quandries

Now here is a good example of what a police officer faces: Generally Damned if you do, Damned if you don't. 

The general response: AWW-- the police officer should not have shot him!

O K lets look at the other options--

--- Ignore the call, with the logic that "This guy is only hurting himself".  
       PENALTY-- The cops shoulda done SOMETHING!

---Respond and wait the guy out. And then he either kills himself or someone else. 
         PENALTY-- The cops shoulda done SOMETHING!

---Let the guy get close to you and reason with him. 

     PENALTY... This officer tried that 

The Incident that generated this observation:
November 29, 2013

11/29/2013 6:00:00 AM
Witness account of police shooting describes an alcohol-fueled rage
Scott Orr
The Daily Courier
PRESCOTT - Witnesses to the Nov. 19 fatal shooting of Larry Clay by a police officer who said Clay charged him with two large kitchen knives told investigators that Clay was depressed and had started to "destroy" his house just before the incident, according to police reports obtained by The Daily Courier.

Clay's stepdaughter's husband, Eric Tetreault, told police that Clay, 44, suffered from depression and experienced "suicidal trips" and abused alcohol, the report said. Eric told an officer about a July incident in which Clay had become abusive with his wife's daughter Aubrey and police were called.

Eric said that Clay and Aubrey had gone to a counseling session Nov. 17, but that it had gone badly, the report said.

He told officers that Clay's wife, Melissa, went out of town on business Nov. 18.

On Nov. 19, the day of the shooting, while Melissa was still gone, Eric said, Clay told him that "all he wanted to do was leave," which Eric took to mean that he wanted to leave his wife. Eric said he felt Clay was drunk at the time.

When Eric left, he said, Clay texted him with a message that "he would be 'off to new horizons,' and quitting work," the report said.

Later Tuesday, Melissa called Eric and told him to get over to Clay's house because they'd been on the phone and he was "destroying" the house.

Eric found Clay had run a garden hose in through a window and saw there had been some sort of fire inside that Clay had put out. He also was tearing up Aubrey's old room with a shovel, the report said.

Clay came out to the garage to talk with Eric, but when he began to insult Ashley, Eric's wife, the situation escalated, and Clay began to poke him in the chest and say, "What are you going to do? Do it now," the report said. Eric remarked he'd never seen Clay act like that before.

Eric walked away, and Clay began to stab himself, the report said. At that point, Eric called 911. Clay came out to the front porch with two eight-inch kitchen knives and said he'd kill himself if police were called.

When Clay took off his shirt, he had a bleeding wound, Eric said. There was a "good amount of blood coming from it," he told police.

Officer Jared Willis, the first to arrive, parked down the street and walked up to the house, Eric told investigators, and when Clay saw Willis he "became frantic and began swinging his arms around with a knife in each hand," the report said.

"'I am prepared to die,'" Eric said Clay told Willis.

Willis told Clay to drop the knives, but instead, Clay advanced on him, walking steadily, not running, until he was about 10 feet away, and Willis shot him three times.

Witness James Knightly told another officer that he watched the situation develop and believed that being killed by Willis "was what Larry planned," another report said.

Willis has been on a 40-work-hour administrative leave, routine after a shooting, and will return to duty Saturday, Prescott Police spokesman Lt. Ken Morley said.