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Mad Hatter
01-04-2014, 07:43 PM
http://cannabisculture.com/articles/5074.html

This is good! Here is the into and first part. It is quite long so use the link to read the rest.

The purpose of RCMP training is to create a person proud of being part of a brutality cult. Proud of their superiority over other races, other classes, other lifestyles, RCMP see themselves and fellow officers as superior human beings who are not bound by any ordinary rules of conduct, because they are all supermen in a special brotherhood that non-believers or outsiders can never comprehend. As a result, you, the Canadian citizen, must consider the following precautions:


Always carry a video camera, or at the least, a cell phone camera with up to three minutes of recording time on it. It is the most important precaution and possibly your only defense if you yourself get charged with obstruction of justice or resisting arrest after the police beat or pepper-spray you. Think of the change it would have made in the police murder of Ian Bush. But the police video recorder at that police station was not on to record Ian Bush's death by a single police bullet from behind. It is important to remember that the main recommendation of the Ian Bush inquest was that a suspect is never to be left alone with an individual RCMP officer until that suspect is safely in a cell. The BC government says this cannot be done because it is too expensive. The failure of the BC government to in any way reprimand the policeman who murdered Ian Bush (Paul Koester) or the RCMP sends a powerful message to every police officer. The message is that an RCMP officer was able to take an unarmed individual back to the police station, shoot him in the back of the head in a small interrogation room with the required video recording device turned off, and never face criminal charges. In fact, he gets the sympathy of his fellow officers and superiors, who make public statements sympathizing with Constable Koester's "ordeal" before the media and Ian Bush's family. The police murder of Ian Bush has reinforced once again that the RCMP's description of any event is taken as fact even when all available eyewitnesses, forensic analysis, and compelling facts say otherwise. Usually it is the only first-hand version, because the other eyewitness is dead, but one can only imagine the rogue police behavior that was explained away before the era of Youtube. This inevitable pardoning of police for grotesque malfeasance creates a mindset in every police officer that they can and will get away with anything they do, and almost always with their paycheck uninterrupted -- a paid extended vacation, if you will.

Always have a pen and paper. Police testimony is given weight in court and at hearings, because, along with the judge's inevitable bias towards cops, officers usually take notes. Make simple notes that will refresh your memory, write down your simple requests and the officer's response, mark the time of any incident or conversation. If there was no response by the officer, write down there was no response. Don't argue. Would you try to have a rational discussion with Pavlov's dogs? If you are handcuffed or beaten, remain silent and concentrate on memorizing everything that happens. Keep repeating facts over and over again to yourself to keep them in your memory. As soon as your hands are free, find your notes. If you are injured go to a hospital and see a doctor. Request a copy of the medical report. Have pictures taken of your injuries as soon as possible. File an official police complaint as fast as you can once you get all your facts together. Politely request a copy of the complaint. Keep making notes. We all know complaints against the police never go anywhere. The process is deeply insulting to all citizens when police officers get away with myriad sex crimes, violence, fraud, dereliction, pepper spraying, gangsterism, extraordinary renderings, agent provocateuring, ethnic profiling, and murder -- and they always do. But that's the point, to prove this institutional corruption. You are following this procedure purely to document the truth. That is the reward, exposing the truth. Always be polite, cool headed and do an intelligent and professional job recording the truth.

Practice your civil disobedience. Civil Rights marchers in the '60s would have people act the part of racist redneck police to get them ready for what they would receive from police on their freedom marches. Have friends act like police, pushing and shoving you to the ground. Do this carefully and lightly. It makes a big difference if you are familiar with this abuse and know what it feels like beforehand. At no point do you use force or resistance against your mock police. Learn how to breathe properly if you are choked when your head is held to the ground with a knee in your neck, the move police used against cannabis activist Neil Magnusson in the Youtube video. This is the new police chokehold and it's just a matter of time before it kills someone. That's why many police departments have banned the old arm chokehold. The racist police thugs in the southern United States were a compelling part in Martin Luther King Jr.'s civil rights movement. Once people saw the TV pictures of police abusing marchers and using Pavlov's dogs (actual attack dogs in that case), the thugs lost the upper hand. The Net is bigger than TV.

If you get pepper sprayed and suffer physical damage, try to get a medical report of the damage. Take photographs of any visible damage. If you have continuing eye or vision problems, see a doctor immediately. Remember, you don't have to be doing anything wrong to be pepper-sprayed by police in Canada. You could be a 7 year old, an old man shoveling snow, a roller-blader crossing Canada to bring awareness to constitutional freedoms and cannabis, completely unthreatening, and yet you can be pepper sprayed. Just observing others being arrested and saying "This is wrong, I protest!" three times can get you a charge of 'obstruction of justice' (and hauled away in a paddy wagon) and a threat of pepper spray. Police value their authority above all else and any objection by you makes you a non-believer in their cult of brutality and superiority. The RCMP have a fetish for pepper spray and use it as a first resort, despite their own internal rules that says it should be used at the point of sub-lethal force prior to requiring the use of a firearm.

Publish it all on the net on every website you can. Over and over again. All of it, every word, every picture, every video, every injury, every report, every government lie. Write an accurate blog of your experience. Forget about lobbying police commissions, forget about the Attorney General's office, forget about complaining to politicians, forget about ombudsmen, and forget about inquests. They've all been completely intimidated by the RCMP for decades and now all are totally irrelevant. They exist to condone one RCMP brutality after another, uninterrupted for over 100 years. Decent, intelligent people don't take any of these so-called government oversight agencies seriously anymore. They are incapable of protecting Canadians from this institutionalized terror and abuse. The RCMP is Canada's occupying army, over a century of oppression. You're on your own, but you're right and true... and polite. You'll be creating and recording history and help take back the administration of justice from the savages who have beaten the people down.

Good luck, and welcome to the fight.

Edenchef
01-04-2014, 10:42 PM
http://cannabisculture.com/articles/5074.html

This is good! Here is the into and first part. It is quite long so use the link to read the rest.

The purpose of RCMP training is to create a person proud of being part of a brutality cult. Proud of their superiority over other races, other classes, other lifestyles, RCMP see themselves and fellow officers as superior human beings who are not bound by any ordinary rules of conduct, because they are all supermen in a special brotherhood that non-believers or outsiders can never comprehend. As a result, you, the Canadian citizen, must consider the following precautions:


Always carry a video camera, or at the least, a cell phone camera with up to three minutes of recording time on it. It is the most important precaution and possibly your only defense if you yourself get charged with obstruction of justice or resisting arrest after the police beat or pepper-spray you. Think of the change it would have made in the police murder of Ian Bush. But the police video recorder at that police station was not on to record Ian Bush's death by a single police bullet from behind. It is important to remember that the main recommendation of the Ian Bush inquest was that a suspect is never to be left alone with an individual RCMP officer until that suspect is safely in a cell. The BC government says this cannot be done because it is too expensive. The failure of the BC government to in any way reprimand the policeman who murdered Ian Bush (Paul Koester) or the RCMP sends a powerful message to every police officer. The message is that an RCMP officer was able to take an unarmed individual back to the police station, shoot him in the back of the head in a small interrogation room with the required video recording device turned off, and never face criminal charges. In fact, he gets the sympathy of his fellow officers and superiors, who make public statements sympathizing with Constable Koester's "ordeal" before the media and Ian Bush's family. The police murder of Ian Bush has reinforced once again that the RCMP's description of any event is taken as fact even when all available eyewitnesses, forensic analysis, and compelling facts say otherwise. Usually it is the only first-hand version, because the other eyewitness is dead, but one can only imagine the rogue police behavior that was explained away before the era of Youtube. This inevitable pardoning of police for grotesque malfeasance creates a mindset in every police officer that they can and will get away with anything they do, and almost always with their paycheck uninterrupted -- a paid extended vacation, if you will.

Always have a pen and paper. Police testimony is given weight in court and at hearings, because, along with the judge's inevitable bias towards cops, officers usually take notes. Make simple notes that will refresh your memory, write down your simple requests and the officer's response, mark the time of any incident or conversation. If there was no response by the officer, write down there was no response. Don't argue. Would you try to have a rational discussion with Pavlov's dogs? If you are handcuffed or beaten, remain silent and concentrate on memorizing everything that happens. Keep repeating facts over and over again to yourself to keep them in your memory. As soon as your hands are free, find your notes. If you are injured go to a hospital and see a doctor. Request a copy of the medical report. Have pictures taken of your injuries as soon as possible. File an official police complaint as fast as you can once you get all your facts together. Politely request a copy of the complaint. Keep making notes. We all know complaints against the police never go anywhere. The process is deeply insulting to all citizens when police officers get away with myriad sex crimes, violence, fraud, dereliction, pepper spraying, gangsterism, extraordinary renderings, agent provocateuring, ethnic profiling, and murder -- and they always do. But that's the point, to prove this institutional corruption. You are following this procedure purely to document the truth. That is the reward, exposing the truth. Always be polite, cool headed and do an intelligent and professional job recording the truth.

Practice your civil disobedience. Civil Rights marchers in the '60s would have people act the part of racist redneck police to get them ready for what they would receive from police on their freedom marches. Have friends act like police, pushing and shoving you to the ground. Do this carefully and lightly. It makes a big difference if you are familiar with this abuse and know what it feels like beforehand. At no point do you use force or resistance against your mock police. Learn how to breathe properly if you are choked when your head is held to the ground with a knee in your neck, the move police used against cannabis activist Neil Magnusson in the Youtube video. This is the new police chokehold and it's just a matter of time before it kills someone. That's why many police departments have banned the old arm chokehold. The racist police thugs in the southern United States were a compelling part in Martin Luther King Jr.'s civil rights movement. Once people saw the TV pictures of police abusing marchers and using Pavlov's dogs (actual attack dogs in that case), the thugs lost the upper hand. The Net is bigger than TV.

If you get pepper sprayed and suffer physical damage, try to get a medical report of the damage. Take photographs of any visible damage. If you have continuing eye or vision problems, see a doctor immediately. Remember, you don't have to be doing anything wrong to be pepper-sprayed by police in Canada. You could be a 7 year old, an old man shoveling snow, a roller-blader crossing Canada to bring awareness to constitutional freedoms and cannabis, completely unthreatening, and yet you can be pepper sprayed. Just observing others being arrested and saying "This is wrong, I protest!" three times can get you a charge of 'obstruction of justice' (and hauled away in a paddy wagon) and a threat of pepper spray. Police value their authority above all else and any objection by you makes you a non-believer in their cult of brutality and superiority. The RCMP have a fetish for pepper spray and use it as a first resort, despite their own internal rules that says it should be used at the point of sub-lethal force prior to requiring the use of a firearm.

Publish it all on the net on every website you can. Over and over again. All of it, every word, every picture, every video, every injury, every report, every government lie. Write an accurate blog of your experience. Forget about lobbying police commissions, forget about the Attorney General's office, forget about complaining to politicians, forget about ombudsmen, and forget about inquests. They've all been completely intimidated by the RCMP for decades and now all are totally irrelevant. They exist to condone one RCMP brutality after another, uninterrupted for over 100 years. Decent, intelligent people don't take any of these so-called government oversight agencies seriously anymore. They are incapable of protecting Canadians from this institutionalized terror and abuse. The RCMP is Canada's occupying army, over a century of oppression. You're on your own, but you're right and true... and polite. You'll be creating and recording history and help take back the administration of justice from the savages who have beaten the people down.

Good luck, and welcome to the fight.

Good stuff MH, but very out of date.

#1 They know all about video and will just destroy your phone or video camera. Best to have someone clandestinely video the incident, if you can. If they notice this, however, they will destroy that video record too and throw your friend in jail.

#2 Correct, what happens to you in private....stays in private

#3 Yes, very correct......."dead men tell no tales"; witnesses will be intimidated or just plain disappear.

#4 Your pen and paper will be confiscated as "evidence".

#5 Best position....sit down, cross your arms, and shut the F__K up; keep repeating, over and over again..."I want to talk to a lawyer"...say nothing else, ever. That way they cannot use anything they record against you, until after they provide you a lawyer. JMHO

Cheers!

#6 Remember their faces and any other personal details you hear.

Waterloomike
01-05-2014, 10:22 AM
The Ian Bush incident is one more in a long line of the dog eating their homework. What a steaming pile.

I've been told to my face by a gun lawyer to say nothing at all. They will lose the tape unless it works in their favour in any case.