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terrornblue said...

BEN KEIM JR Sheriff Hammond's attempts to protect one of his own is the very nature and essence of law enforcement in this country to protect their own. It's what the profession has regressed back to in this country. The profession didn't start out being one of nobility and integrity. It was corrupt from its birth. Someone came along a long time ago and attempted to clean it up, but as more and more power handed over and citizens looked the other way, the profession began a decline back to its not so humble beginnings. Many of us have learned this the hard way after complaining about a member of the profession seemingly getting more and more abusive and drunk on power and authority, only to become targets by friends and fellow members of the profession.

May 1, 2012 at 10:22 a.m.
terrornblue said...

Black on topic

The housing authority originally had a pretty decent team of cops patrolling public housing. Some were a tad cocky, but still decent. They'd developed a positive repoire with many of the tenants and making a positive impact on the children. They were gotten rid of because they weren't making many arrests. One I believe was a minister. Yep! a minister can be a cop and a cop can be a minister.

Because these team of cops weren't making enough arrests, the thug cops were purposely brought in to create chaos. That's where the real problems actually began. You have to understand the original goals of public housing was to do away with public housing as it had come to be known. Not that it wouldn't still exist in some form. After all, the poor will be with us always. Even if their scattered to points unknown. The goal, I believe, was to cause enough chaos by stirring up as many problems as possible in order to jusfify forcing the tenants out. It was gentrification at its most sneaky, base and mean.

Now they realize you can't just throw human beings out like trash on the side of the road. American humans at that. Now they're stuck with these thug cops they at first wanted, but now don't, but don't know how or the best way to get rid of them.

In other words, they &^%$! up! Ruined a lot of otherwise innocent people's lives whose only crime was they were poor. They opened these poor American citizens up for abuse, then looked the other way when they knew ^&%#! well it was going on. After all, you've got to keep your eye on the prize, regardless.

That in a nutshell is basically what happened and why.

December 15, 2011 at 7:59 p.m.
terrornblue said...

ImTellinYa said...
All tenants are monitored. You don't think an apartment complex monitors their tenants

They're not monitored in the way CHA has allowed its police force to rush in and monitor its tenants. All CHA cops presently operating at these sites need to be fired and prosecuted for crimes against humanity. They're nothing but a bunch of terrorist in blue. There is no way the local housing authority couldn't have been aware of what these unfit for duty cops have been committing against their tenants throughout the years in plain site. They chose to ignore. For that reason they are even more so guilty.

However, the level of monitoring of the tenants is not unreasonable.

They overstepped the boundaries of simply monitoring the tenants years ago. Bursting up into tenants apartments without warrants or probable cause doesn't seem like monitoring to any sensible human being. It should fall under the headings of *terrorizing.

You and others should be made aware these cops hired by the housing authority likely came from other agencies that no longer wanted them. If they were unfit to serve and protect the general population, why in God's name would they be hired to monitor the poorest and most vulnerable of American society?

December 15, 2011 at 8:17 a.m.

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