Formentlig er antallet af sigtede i "fag"gruppen politi relativ stor i forhold til andre faggrupper, og det på trods af at det at blive sigtet som medlemmer af politi-banden nyder en vis beskyttelse (træghed) af en en anden afdeling af politi-banden som daglig tale kaldes stats- / rigs"advokaten" og anklage"myndigheden"?
Det er vel ikke så mærkeligt at forskellige faggrupper har forskellig frekvens af sigtelser?
Jeg vil da f.eks. forvente at frisører ligger meget lavt mht sigtelser, og at læger bliver sigtet meget oftere. Tror ikke det behøver at betyde at der er nogen onde magtfulde mennesker der holder hånden over dem, det er nok nærmere fordi det trods alt er vanskeligt for en frisør at kludre nok med en permanent så man bliver sigtet. Mens læger derimod beskæftiger sig med sager der angår liv og død, og den tungere substans i deres arbejde medfører flere sigtelser.
Det' da underligt du ikke selv kan regne ud at faggrupper har forskellige niveauer for sigtelser? Kan man ikke selv tænke sig til det på 10 sekunder?
De hjælper ikke til med noget. De tjener penge. Frygt & rædsel sælger penge, sådan har det været siden det Gamle testamente blev skrevet og reformationen hvor dommedagsprædikanter underholdt med et svolvduftende helvede.
Folk efterspørger frygt, og det er der en del der har fundet ud af man kan tjene gode penge på. Du behøver ikke opfinde fantasihistorier om at de er "sendt i byen" af nogen eller at de er i lommen på nogen skyggefulde bagmænd. De tjener penge på at skræmme fæhoveder der elsker at blive skræmt, mere indviklet er det ikke. Lige som samtlige medier i hele vesten
In a chilling statement, Graham said he would not allow Congress to leave D.C. until his demands are met, declaring he would use United States military force to keep them there.
“…and here is the first thing I would do if I were President of the United States, I wouldn’t let Congress leave town until we fix this. I would literally use the military to keep them in if I had to.”
New Hampshire GOP leaders were unable to speak on behalf of the candidate.
Graham’s South Carolina U.S. Senate primary opponent, State Senator Lee Bright, had this to say:
“If Graham is not being serious he should choose his words with more thought. If he is being serious those actions would be a threat to the republic.”
“Ferguson’s law enforcement practices are shaped by the City’s focus on revenue rather than by public safety needs,” the Justice Department concluded in a March 2015 report on Ferguson’s police department. The report found that the boundary between the fiscal and police functions of the city government of Ferguson had completely broken down. The city manager and the police chief had discussed using tickets to meet revenue benchmarks, and police officers were being evaluated on the basis of their ticket-pushing “productivity.”
Før den samme politik i DK og se den samme reaktion.
Still in the vehicle, Chase’s mother says she heard one deputy tell Chase, “We’re going to shoot you.” She said,“Don’t shoot him, don’t shoot him,” his father added. The deputy reportedly responded by saying, “I have to protect myself.” Deputies then instructed everyone else to exit the vehicle. During the ensuing struggle, Chase was tased repeatedly. “More officers kept coming and we think they kept tasing him,” Chase’s father said. “They were treating him like a rabid dog.”
During the struggle, the police kept EMTs back, saying the situation was not safe. Chase’s parents maintain that the deputies were never in danger, that their son was not armed, and that if the deputies felt threatened they could have just stepped away and closed the vehicle doors. Instead, the father says, the officers “just went nuts.”
“He was seat-belted in; he couldn’t get out. And they couldn’t just let him be and let him calm down,” the father said, adding, “They treated my son like a piece of meat.”
Eventually, Chase’s fiancée and parents watched as deputies grabbed Chase’s arms and pulled him from the vehicle.
“They dragged him out of the car like a dead dog. His head hit the ground. He was done. There was no movement, no nothing. We were screaming, ‘They killed him.’”