Attorney Allen Tucker, a friend of the McMichael’s who are now convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery is the guy who put out the video, because he feared there would be “a riot.”
What a riot! He says “Wull, if he’d’a just froze an not dun anythieng, he woul’na got shot.“
Sure, why not jst “freeze” every time some neckbeards tell you to “freeze!” And even then? Those swamp hogs never once said “Stop! We are attempting a citizen’s arrest!” or anything remotely close to it–they were too busy hunting, chasing, pursuing and muttering the N-word under there breath to even inagine following the LAW.
We all have watched for centuries what happens when we “just “freeze” and comply–we get shot, Tasered, stalked, hunted, arrested, murdered and so on–no, Attorney Tucker, the right thing to do is what Ahmaud did to a gang of stalkers. He fought back with what he had–and he knew he was right, and now, so does the entire world!
The gang stalkers are starting to slip up–they are all very fat and lazy, over-fed and over-confident now. Easy to pick off, like circus balloons tied to a prize wheel, if we get them in the right setting.
That video sealed the deal for a conviction against a “gang” of “stalkers” who were “targeting” Arbery for many YEARS in his community. And in that period of time they “suspected” that he was a “burglary suspect.”
But suspicion is not cause, and certainly not probable cause, or even reasonable suspicion, because when you stalk a guy for many years–and when police target and stalk, and encourage the stalking of people–it’s already into unconstitutional territory–the state’s own cause for action isn’t “reasonable.”
Yup-this case highlights the “gang stalking problem” in the US–police enlist community vigilante’s to disrupt the lives of targeted individuals, far outside of due process of law, and in clear violation of a person’s civil liberties; and they do this under the theory that “well, sooner or later he WILL commit a crime!”
And of course, with that logic, they completely toss out the 14th amendment guarantee of equal under the law–but state’s and state agents largely think they can get away with this because they don’t expect citizens to read past the headline, or the Title section of a law, to whit:
- All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
Do you see that law there? Skip everything, and just read the last sentence. As they say: it’s hard to prove a negative, right? Because proving that one is denied something means that the person must know that something was denied.
Which is a huge problem in gang stalking cases because most targets are like Arbery–isolated in regions of the country where vigilantism is rampant, and difficult to prosecute, because all of the gang stalkers know each other, and when they frame some guy, or catch them doing something detestably illegal, “big parties are had, and slaps on the back go all around,” as one gang stalker once said to me.
So, in Arbery’s case they provably, and demonstrably did indeed wage a community whisper campaign–everyone in that area that was quoted speaking hostile dialogue about this case was certain to mention that Arbery “had visited that site many times” and that Arbery was “known as the jogger,” and that Arbery had “voices in his head that told him to steal!”
None of which is remotely relevant to the events that unfolded that day. Because in this case, Arbery’s most basic rights–his 14th Amendment guarantee of equal protection had been violated by a gang, that was stalking him, based upon hearsay. And that itself was
a the crime.
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