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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Free » Fri Jan 04, 2019 11:50 am

Bill Cummings wrote:

Is it a fact that no one has proof that the software was the property of UMKC?
Did UMKC file a police report?
Did UMKC make a claim?


The document was the total of what UMKC wants to provide me in the way of a police report.
It is the police report of UMKC police.
NARRATIVE On 09/20/2011 at 1525 hours I was dispatched to the General Services Building, rm #108 in regards to information. Upon arrival, I met with the reporting party who stated that on 09/20/2011 at approx. 0900 hours he received an anonymous call from the witness who stated that the suspect was selling university property, computer software, on Ebay. The RP stated further that the caller was a male of unknown race. He then stated that he contacted the UMKC IT department in regards and they tracked the sellers ID, blind rodie, to the Suspect. He then stated that according to the UMKC IT dept that the software was being sold on Ebay for 840.00 US Dollars, and that this was not the first time the Suspect had sold software via Ebay. My investigation revealed that no one could prove that the software is the property of UMKC. Sergeant Layman #58 was notified. The RP was issued a report referral card. I returned to service at 1530 hours.


It was a cover-up. Blindrodies' father was a connected lawyer that shut down any investigation. This was not the only time he did so.
The officer that wrote the report was called in to room #108 and told to drop any investigation. It took 5 minutes to hand him his marching orders and return to his real duties of catching jaywalkers or whatever and not impose any justice on a thieving son of a connected lawyer.

There were multiple professional video software packages worth $10,000 each sold on ebay under blindrodies' handle.
Blindrodie has a daddy secured job in video editing at UMKC where $10,000 software packages are used. I'm pretty sure every $10,000
software package sold to UMKC has registration numbers that can easily be tracked and verified but the IT Department just didn't know how to do that. So they said.

This is stealing from anyone that has ever paid a tax.
If I'm wrong the Blindrodie can show us how he purchased top of the line software worth $10,000 each and sold them for 8 cents on the dollar.
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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Bill Cummings » Fri Jan 04, 2019 5:26 pm

With the information provided:
SHATTO, JAMES E. is the Reporting Party and not UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY (UMKC)

UMKC has not filed a claim of loss by theft.

“It was a cover-up. Blindrodies' father was a connected lawyer that shut down any investigation. This was not the only time he did so.
The officer that wrote the report was called in to room #108 and told to drop any investigation. It took 5 minutes to hand him his marching orders and return to his real duties of catching jaywalkers or whatever and not impose any justice on a thieving son of a connected lawyer.”


The above paragraph does not meet any standard of documentable evidence. (Yet.)
FOIA demand of phone calls, emails, texts, Fax, letters from UMKC police of
any communication they have on this topic during this time frame could boost the above quoted paragraph from conjecture to evidence.

“There were multiple professional video software packages worth $10,000 each sold on ebay under blindrodies' handle.
Blindrodie has a daddy secured job in video editing at UMKC where $10,000 software packages are used. I'm pretty sure every $10,000
software package sold to UMKC has registration numbers that can easily be tracked and verified but the IT Department just didn't know how to do that. So they said.”


In the quoted paragraph above ( in the first sentence.) is there documentable evidence what software was sold, for how much, when, where, can the money be tracked?

“This is stealing from anyone that has ever paid a tax.
If I'm wrong the Blindrodie can show us how he purchased top of the line software worth $10,000 each and sold them for 8 cents on the dollar.”


In the above paragraph the statement is premature about stealing.
Blindrodie has no duty to prove his innocence.
The injured party with standing whether the university, or tax payer must prove guilt.
Does the statute of limitations come into play?

Would an investigative newspaper reporter be interested in investigating this?
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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Free » Sat Jan 05, 2019 11:46 am

Bill Cummings wrote:
Blindrodie has no duty to prove his innocence.
I disagree. That's a broad statement of an opinion with no evidence to back it up.
He may refuse to answer the charge but by any integrity standard he should step up and explain why the charge may be wrong.

The injured party with standing whether the university, or tax payer must prove guilt.

Proving guilt can only be accomplished with an actual investigation. It looks like UMKC has chosen to sweep this one under the rug.

Does the statute of limitations come into play?

It's doubtful that any employer gives employees a statute of limitation on stealing from itself.

Would an investigative newspaper reporter be interested in investigating this?

Good question. The University police and records department certainly aren't responsive to me.
The big lie in this is that new $10,000 software could not be traced for ownership. This is a big cover-up lie.
Did they even ask blindrodie how and where he came up with multiple new professional software packages that he then sold for pennies on the dollar? Doesn't look like it.
The police investigation started at 15:25 and ended at 15:30 after someone in the IT department told them to shut it down.
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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Free » Sat Jan 05, 2019 11:52 am

Report: ‘Coward of Broward’ Covered Up Sexual Assault Incident Involving Sheriff Scott Israel’s Son
https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/01/04/report-coward-broward-covered-sexual-assault-incident-involving-sheriff-scott-israels-son/
A report by Real Clear Investigations (RCI) suggests Sheriff Scott Israel did not fire Deputy Scot Peterson–aka, the “Coward of Broward”–following the Parkland school shooting because Peterson covered up a sexual assault incident involving the sheriff’s son.

According to RCI, in 2014 “Israel’s then-17-year-old son, Brett, was accused of participating in a sexual assault of a 14-year-old boy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas  High School.”

Peterson wrote up a report on the incident in which he said the victim “alleged that Israel, then the school’s starting quarterback, held him  down while another senior kicked him, grabbed his genitals and rammed a  baseball bat between his buttocks, simulating rape.”

Individuals with knowledge of the accusations say Peterson could have pursued felony charges against Israel instead reduced the matter to “simple battery.” This allowed Israel to benefit from an Obama-era disciplinary reduction policy and receive a three-day suspension over the incident.

RCI reports that Peterson’s handling of this situation is being put forward as a possible reason why Israel did not fire the deputy after he refused to go inside and confront the Parkland school shooter. Instead, Israel allowed Peterson to resign and he now draws a pension of over $100,000 a year.

Peterson arrived on scene at Building 12 on the Parkland campus some 90 seconds into the attack. He stood outside the building as the gunman continued shooting and moving floor-to-floor to find more innocents to kill. Months after the incident Peterson told CBS News that would enter “that building in a heartbeat” if he could do it all over again.

Seventeen innocents were killed in the attack and the gunman, facing no armed response, had time to pause and reload five times.


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Re: The gov. lied

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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Free » Sat Feb 09, 2019 4:47 pm

The State of the Union: These Are Dangerous Times, and the Government Is To Blame
By John W. Whitehead
The Rutherford Institute
February 9, 2019

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2019/02/joh ... -to-blame/
These are dangerous times.

Mind you, when I say that these are dangerous times, it is not because of violent crime, which remains at an all-time low, or because of terrorism, which is statistically rare, or because our borders are being invaded by armies, which data reports from the Department of Homeland Security refute.

No, the real danger that we face comes from none other than the U.S. government and the powers it has granted to its standing army to steal, cheat, harass, detain, brutalize, terrorize, torture and kill.

The danger “we the people” face comes from masked invaders on the government payroll who crash through our doors in the dark of night, shoot our dogs, and terrorize our families.

This danger comes from militarized henchmen on the government payroll who demand absolute obedience, instill abject fear, and shoot first and ask questions later.

This danger comes from power-hungry bureaucrats on the government payroll who have little to no understanding of their constitutional limits.
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This danger comes from greedy politicians and corporations for whom profit trumps principle.

You want to know about the state of our union? It’s downright scary.

Consider for yourself.

Americans have no protection against police abuse. It is no longer unusual to hear about incidents in which police shoot unarmed individuals first and ask questions later, such as the 16-year-old teenager who skipped school only to be shot by police after they mistook him for a fleeing burglar. Then there was the unarmed black man in Texas “who was pursued and shot in the back of the neck by Austin Police… after failing to properly identify himself and leaving the scene of an unrelated incident.” And who could forget the 19-year-old Seattle woman who was accidentally shot in the leg by police after she refused to show her hands? What is increasingly common, however, is the news that the officers involved in these incidents get off with little more than a slap on the hands.

Americans are little more than pocketbooks to fund the police state. If there is any absolute maxim by which the federal government seems to operate, it is that the American taxpayer always gets ripped off. This is true, whether you’re talking about taxpayers being forced to fund high-priced weaponry that will be used against us, endless wars that do little for our safety or our freedoms, or bloated government agencies such as the National Security Agency with its secret budgets, covert agendas and clandestine activities. Rubbing salt in the wound, even monetary awards in lawsuits against government officials who are found guilty of wrongdoing are paid by the taxpayer.

Americans are no longer innocent until proven guilty. We once operated under the assumption that you were innocent until proven guilty. Due in large part to rapid advances in technology and a heightened surveillance culture, the burden of proof has been shifted so that the right to be considered innocent until proven guilty has been usurped by a new norm in which all citizens are suspects. This is exemplified by police practices of stopping and frisking people who are merely walking down the street and where there is no evidence of wrongdoing. Likewise, by subjecting Americans to full-body scans and license-plate readers without their knowledge or compliance and then storing the scans for later use, the government—in cahoots with the corporate state—has erected the ultimate suspect society. In such an environment, we are all potentially guilty of some wrongdoing or other.

Americans no longer have a right to self-defense. In the wake of various shootings in recent years, “gun control” has become a resounding theme. Those advocating gun reform see the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms as applying only to government officials. As a result, even Americans who legally own firearms are being treated with suspicion and, in some cases, undue violence. In one case, a Texas man had his home subjected to a no-knock raid and was shot in his bed after police, attempting to deliver a routine search warrant, learned that he was in legal possession of a firearm. In another incident, a Florida man who was licensed to carry a concealed firearm found himself detained for two hours during a routine traffic stop in Maryland while the arresting officer searched his vehicle in vain for the man’s gun, which he had left at home. Incidentally, the Trump Administration has done more to crack down on Second Amendment rights than anything the Obama Administration ever managed.

Americans no longer have a right to private property. If government agents can invade your home, break down your doors, kill your dog, damage your furnishings and terrorize your family, your property is no longer private and secure—it belongs to the government. Likewise, if government officials can fine and arrest you for growing vegetables in your front yard, praying with friends in your living room, installing solar panels on your roof, and raising chickens in your backyard, you’re no longer the owner of your property.

Americans no longer have a say about what their children are exposed to in school. Incredibly, the government continues to insist that parents essentially forfeit their rights when they send their children to a public school. This growing tension over whether young people, especially those in the public schools, are essentially wards of the state, to do with as government officials deem appropriate, in defiance of the children’s constitutional rights and those of their parents, is reflected in the debate over sex education programs that expose young people to all manner of sexual practices and terminology, zero tolerance policies that strip students of any due process rights, let alone parental involvement in school discipline, and Common Core programs that teach students to be test-takers rather than critical thinkers.

Americans are powerless in the face of militarized police. In early America, citizens were considered equals with law enforcement officials. Authorities were rarely permitted to enter one’s home without permission or in a deceitful manner. And it was not uncommon for police officers to be held personally liable for trespass when they wrongfully invaded a citizen’s home. Unlike today, early Americans could resist arrest when a police officer tried to restrain them without proper justification or a warrant—which the police had to allow citizens to read before arresting them. (Daring to dispute a warrant with a police official today who is armed with high-tech military weapons and tasers would be nothing short of suicidal.) As police forces across the country continue to be transformed into outposts of the military, with police agencies acquiring military-grade hardware in droves, Americans are finding their once-peaceful communities transformed into military outposts, complete with tanks, weaponry, and other equipment designed for the battlefield.

Americans no longer have a right to bodily integrity. Court rulings undermining the Fourth Amendment and justifying invasive strip searches have left us powerless against police empowered to forcefully draw our blood, strip search us, and probe us intimately. Accounts are on the rise of individuals—men and women—being subjected to what is essentially government-sanctioned rape by police in the course of “routine” traffic stops. Remember the New Mexico man who was subjected to a 12-hour ordeal of anal probes, X-rays, enemas, and finally a colonoscopy—all because he allegedly rolled through a stop sign?

Americans no longer have a right to the expectation of privacy. Despite the staggering number of revelations about government spying on Americans’ phone calls, Facebook posts, Twitter tweets, Google searches, emails, bookstore and grocery purchases, bank statements, commuter toll records, etc., Congress, the president and the courts have done little to nothing to counteract these abuses. Instead, they seem determined to accustom us to life in this electronic concentration camp.

Americans no longer have a representative government. We have moved beyond the era of representative government and entered a new age, let’s call it the age of authoritarianism. History may show that from this point forward, we will have left behind any semblance of constitutional government and entered into a militaristic state where all citizens are suspects and security trumps freedom. Even with its constantly shifting terrain, this topsy-turvy travesty of law and government has become America’s new normal. It is not overstating matters to say that Congress, which has done its best to keep their unhappy constituents at a distance, may well be the most self-serving, semi-corrupt institution in America.

Americans can no longer rely on the courts to mete out justice. The U.S. Supreme Court was intended to be an institution established to intervene and protect the people against the government and its agents when they overstep their bounds. Yet through their deference to police power, preference for security over freedom, and evisceration of our most basic rights for the sake of order and expediency, the justices of the Supreme Court have become the architects of the American police state in which we now live, while the lower courts have appointed themselves courts of order, concerned primarily with advancing the government’s agenda, no matter how unjust or illegal.
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I haven’t even touched on the corporate state, the military industrial complex, SWAT team raids, invasive surveillance technology, zero tolerance policies in the schools, overcriminalization, or privatized prisons, to name just a few, but what I have touched on should be enough to show that the landscape of our freedoms has already changed dramatically from what it once was and will no doubt continue to deteriorate unless Americans can find a way to wrest back control of their government and reclaim their freedoms.

There can be no denying that the world is indeed a dangerous place, but what you won’t hear in any State of the Union address—what the president and his cohorts fail to acknowledge—is that it’s the government that poses the gravest threat to our freedoms and way of life, and no amount of politicking, parsing or pandering will change that.

So what do we do about this dangerous state of our union?

How do we go about reclaiming our freedoms and reining in our runaway government?

Essentially, there are four camps of thought among the citizenry when it comes to holding the government accountable. Which camp you fall into says a lot about your view of government—or, at least, your view of whichever administration happens to be in power at the time.

In the first camp are those who trust the government to do the right thing, despite the government’s repeated failures in this department.

In the second camp are those who not only don’t trust the government but think the government is out to get them.

In the third camp are those who see government neither as an angel nor a devil, but merely as an entity that needs to be controlled, or as Thomas Jefferson phrased it, bound “down from mischief with the chains of the Constitution.”

Then there’s the fourth camp, comprised of individuals who pay little to no attention to the workings of government. Easily entertained, easily distracted, easily led, these are the ones who make the government’s job far easier than it should be.

It is easy to be diverted, distracted and amused by the antics of politicians, the pomp and circumstance of awards shows, athletic events, and entertainment news, and the feel-good evangelism that passes for religion today.

What is far more difficult to face up to is the reality of life in America, where unemployment, poverty, inequality, injustice and violence by government agents are increasingly norms.

As I make clear in my book Battlefield America: The War on the American People, the powers-that-be want us to remain divided, alienated from each other based on our politics, our bank accounts, our religion, our race and our value systems. Yet as George Orwell observed, “The real division is not between conservatives and revolutionaries but between authoritarians and libertarians.”
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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Bill Cummings » Sun Feb 17, 2019 7:13 pm

We heard this guy on the national news. The video shows a short recap then his next interview where he backpedals.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmrMxGhcEgk
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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Bill Cummings » Wed Feb 20, 2019 1:39 pm

False charge and arrest of 17 year old.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsT4M1cJvXs

Also dash camera continues after the 17 old's camera is shut off.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoA3PtY7yPc
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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Bill Cummings » Thu Feb 28, 2019 7:23 pm

Bill Cummings wrote:We heard this guy on the national news. The video shows a short recap then his next interview where he backpedals.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmrMxGhcEgk

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Re: The gov. lied

Postby Bill Cummings » Tue Mar 05, 2019 3:06 pm

Lied on police report. But other than that just
another day of protecting and serving for this
Glendale Officer.
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