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Pittsburgh's finest serving and protecting

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Last Edited: January 24, 2010, 6:19 pm

Practicing what they learned from the G20?

http://rawstory.com/2010/01/police-18-year-old-violinist-over-mountain-dew-bottle/  (with video)

Pittsburgh police have reassigned three plainclothes officers to uniformed duty pending an investigation into the beating of an 18-year-old student.

A police report indicates that officers became interested in Jordan Miles when they suspected he had a gun in his coat. After beating Miles in the head with a closed fist, the officers discovered the object was a Mountain Dew bottle.

Miles, a violinist and honor student who attends the prestigious Creative and Performing Arts High School, says he resisted arrest because he thought the men were trying to abduct him and didn't identify themselves as police.

(Who are you to fight back, when three strangers approach you in the dark?)

Entry #358

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Rick GComment by Rick G - January 25, 2010, 8:22 am
The state is afraid for its survival and is resorting to pre-emptive force, both physically and psychologically. We see the physical part but the psychological impact is more damaging and widespread.

It's not just fear they are selling, they want us to feel powerless (important concept in prisoner control).

Simple formula:

Cops beat up innocent victim for the hell of it
Cops are not punished
Victim is punished

Result: citizen anger, hate, fear, distrust and most important of all, a feeling of powerlessness against the state. All emotions that keep us controllable. (Make sure it hits all the headlines for major impact - Psy-Ops 101.)


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