Not every LEO is…

At first the Pima County Sheriff’s Office said that Guerena fired first, but on Wednesday officials backtracked and said he had not. “The safety was on and he could not fire,” according to the sheriff’s statement.

The statement demonstrates that not every LEO is a blood-thirsty bastard who should be considered a Target by default when SHTF.  If every LEO was corrupt beyond hope, we would never have known that the safety of the weapon was on Safe.  And in Philadelphia Fiorino’s recorder would have been “damaged” or erased.

And here is where I dismiss my own paragraph above: Every LEO is corrupt enough to be considered an Enemy of Liberty when SHTF because most of the time the “not-so-bad” LEO actively or passively cover for the misdeeds of fellow LEO, and in the very rarest instances are willing to actively move against a bad LEO and put the cuffs on him.

You do what you think is best, but I consider every badge & gun to be hostile to the Constitution, Liberty, and those of us who hold Liberty in regard.

Kerodin
III

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3 thoughts on “Not every LEO is…

  1. I've known cops as well as anyone who isn't a cop CAN know them. For over eight years I had my own little LEO army at an NFL stadium serving as escorts for food & beverage cashiers to and from the cash room. A typical game day event would require about twenty officers. All were uniformed, and all were active. No retirees, no reserves. They ran the full spectrum, from desk jockeys to SWAT guys.

    About half my LEO staff was come and go types, but the other half were guys that had worked this after-hours gig for many years. So in the process I got to know many of them men really well. Because this all happened prior to my “awakening” I was not hesitant to rub elbows with these folks – even after hours. Needless to say, because of that awakening, I would be more than hesitant now!

    Like any gathering of human beings, I saw all kinds. There were spit and polish types, there were stinking scumbags. There were men who looked upon themselves as public servants, and men who saw the public as their servants. I had one police Lieutenant who was truly a very dangerous man displaying a definite tendency towards abuse and violence. In recalling this man I have stated previously in writing that if this individual were chasing me – I would have not the slightest objection to killing him, rather than fall into his hands. He was positively evil, and I was gleeful to see his “fall” in the newspaper a few years later.

    But one characteristic was shared by ALL of these individuals without exception: There’s Cops – and there’s everybody else. The attitude that it’s Cops against the rest of the world was DEEPLY ingrained into all these men. If they have taken an oath, it sure isn’t to the Constitution! The oath they all intend to keep sacred is the unofficial oath to cover for one another – no matter what!

    Anyone who makes light of this, or rejects this, understands NOTHING about LEO. For me, the final analysis is: ALL of them are my enemy – ALL the time!

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  2. Forgive me for posting anon, but… I kinda gotta…

    Some of us LEOs stay on the inside for a reason 😉 Between the training I have passed on to our group as well as being able to help where I can, I feel it's needed. Not all of us are as characterized.

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  3. Anon LEO: I'll take you at your word.

    I ask you 2 legit questions: Do you ever charge “criminals” with what are, in reality, infringements of his innate Rights under the Constitution?

    2: How will Patriots recognize “Good LEO” from the rest when SHTF?

    I ask vert sincerely.

    Kerodin
    III

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