These police state tactics have worked in the USA, since no one in law enforcement has either been harmed by the masses or arrested, prosecuted and sentenced by the system. Good for one and bad for the other. It seems that hiring profiles for LEO'S has changed for worse. Use to be psychological testing was done and such people were eliminated from working in a position of forced authority. Now it seems they are being recruited instead.
What we are seeing here is a "non system" sort of Justice, since Justice will be done, either within or outside the system. Its the system's choice how they want to play this. And this is one of many possible results, so its definitely up to the powers that be, how they want this to go down in such instances. If the system murders a man without due process, then those that work for the system who killed him without a trial, are subject to justice as well. BY THE PEOPLE.
We are having the same problem here, with a police state. But, luckily, the courts ruled that someone taking photos of Law enforcements wrong doing is a form of freedom of speech and has upheld those filming such abuse by LEO's. As far as I know, and have posted here, many of our LEO's have unjustifiably murdered, men, women, teens, old people, who were unarmed and NOT harming anyone.
By the same token we have to remember to acknowledge the good LEO's who care, who serve and protect. There are differences and its up to us to make the effort to see those differences and recognized them for what they are.
CHINA: “VIOLENT GOVERNMENT THUGS” BEATEN TO DEATH BY ANGRY CROWDS AFTER THEY KILLED A MAN DOCUMENTING THEIR BRUTALITY
Via Revolution News:
At least 4 Chengguan, the most hated police-inspectors in China, were beaten to death by angry people in Cangnan County of Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province (located in the industrial southeast), after they killed a man with a hammer.
The police-inspectors hit the man with a hammer until he started to vomit blood, because he was trying to take pictures of their violence towards a woman, a street vendor. The man was rushed to hospital, but died on the way.
Thousands of angry people took to the streets, surrounded the police-inspectors in their van, attacked them with stones, bats, and beat them to death. People were shouting that the police-inspectors be killed on the spot for what they did: “Kill them! Kill them!”
These police-inspectors are notoriously violent, are rarely investigated or punished for their crimes, and are terrorizing people making a living. The Chengguan, which are a special combination between regular police and state inspectors, are called “violent government thugs” in China.
Thousands of them are on the state payroll in at least 656 cities. In July 2013, they beat to death a man and almost killed his wife, for trying to sell watermelon they had grown on their land. The crime of the Chengguan police sparked riots in the province of Guizhou.
It’s not clear what happened, though, but the responsibility for murdering the bystander taking pictures lays with the Chengguan. Among people there circulates a version of the events that claims that the police-inspectors hired some men to beat the bystander up after he tried to film them.
It’s not clear what happened, though, but the responsibility for murdering the bystander taking pictures lays with the Chengguan. Among people there circulates a version of the events that claims that the police-inspectors hired some men to beat the bystander up after he tried to film them. The police-inspector ran so he could not be accused of being related to the murder.
Apparently these Chengguan police proceed like this every time they meet people attempting to document or stop their violence.
Numerous police troops were deployed to disperse the crowds, but people kept protesting and demanded that media report what happened. Police used tear-gas and fired warning shots in the air, but could not control the angry crowds, which kept growing.
The images are very brutal. The woman lying on the street is the one abused by the Chengguan police. The dead men in the bus and beside it are the Chengguan police.
Similar police violence against workers and street vendors led to at least two insurrections against the state back in 2011.
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