DISCRETION ADVISED: You’re not going to want to see this…


July 2, 2013
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A few friends sent me a disturbing, shocking, gut-wrenching video yesterday.

It’s amateur footage of police officers from a LA metro-area unit shooting, and killing, a man’s dog. While they were arresting him. For the crime of… recording them.

Apparently the cops were in the neighborhood to make an arrest. Several people were outside watching. And one man who was out walking his dog started filming with his cell phone camera.

About 2 minutes later, the man notices the police walking towards him, no doubt to harass him for the heinous act of recording them. So he puts his dog in the car, meets the police halfway on the sidewalk, and assumes the “I surrender” pose.

The dog starts barking and actually squirms out of the car and ran over to the man, jumping on one of the officers. Another drew his sidearm. And in one of the most cold-blooded acts I’ve ever seen, he shot the dog. Four times.

Trust me, I recommend that you not watch this video. It turns the stomach.

Not to be outdone by the West Coast, government agents in the State of Virginia recently assaulted a 20-year old girl, guns blazing, because she was exiting a local supermarket with cookie dough, ice cream, and a box of bottled water.

The cops assumed that she had purchased alcohol; apparently they can’t tell the difference between La Croix pure sparkling water and a case of Bud Light… and even still, they felt it was necessary to brandish firearms against this criminal terrorist.

It’s truly mind boggling that this is what passes for professional police force in the Land of the Free.

Average, every day people get taken down and threatened with deadly force for committing egregious acts like… photographing the police. Or buying bottled water.

Meanwhile, the real criminals (i.e. the politicians, central bankers, and puppet masters) continue waging destruction and plunder on a largely unsuspecting population.

It may be premature to draw too many parallels to Hitler’s Schutzstaffel force. But to see this culture of fear, submission, and intimidation continue to flourish within the Land of the Free, one can’t help but wonder…

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Simon Black

About the author

James Hickman (aka Simon Black) is an international investor, entrepreneur, and founder of Sovereign Man. His free daily e-letter Notes from the Field is about using the experiences from his life and travels to help you achieve more freedom, make more money, keep more of it, and protect it all from bankrupt governments.

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