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Before I start tearing the government apart in this post. I’m a civilian. Use this information at your own risk. If you have an emergency call 911. Anytime I interact with government employees in person I treat them with the utmost respect at all times. I’m not an attorney. If you need legal advice contact a lawyer.
In my opinion, the constitution is completely outdated. For example, there needs to be more transparency with the government. Who can explain how the jury system in court cases works? When there is a court case how do we know that the pool of jurors is random and doesn’t all work for the government? A civilian mailing out envelopes at a courthouse is going to say no to the FBI or police who murder people and tamper with food? Is anyone claiming that person is going to have a job after saying no?
The US government has hundreds of thousands of people working for them in addition to the staff they admit having. If the US government, FBI, or police need a few hundred or a few thousand people to show up for a jury selection they can snap their fingers and have any amount of people show up anywhere, at any time, and say anything. That is why when I hear people talking about there was X amount of witnesses in a case saying the same thing so it must be true, I shake my head. We need technology experts to figure out a randomized process for jury notifications being sent out. It should be a combination of emails and letters.
Next is voting. We need technology experts to create a system where people can vote from their computers. More people would get involved in the process. Hopefully, it would make the system more trustworthy too. Having to leave your house to vote doesn’t make sense to me.
People I know pay New York law enforcement to torture people. The FBI and police know about it and they can care less. If anything they help with the abuse. I don’t know who the oversight is for the FBI. Google the word COINTELPRO and you can read about the FBI. The oversight I have seen for the police is internal affairs. In my opinion and from my experience it’s an absolute joke.
New York law enforcement harasses me every day. Right now I’m on 5th Avenue between 51st Street and 52 Street in New York City. Come down and watch them do it. New York law enforcement has its sneaky civilian team try and pick fights with me.
I report the police on the phone, in person, and expose them on the web. Their go-to canned response is to say anyone criticizing them is crazy or has some type of mental health issues. A member of the Nassau County Police Department was arrested for exposing himself to multiple women. Two NYPD police officers had sex with a teenager who they apprehended in Brooklyn. A sergeant from the NYPD 18th precinct (Midtown North) was arrested for instructing mothers to abuse their infants. Another member of the NYPD was arrested for murdering his 8-year-old son. Is that crazy?
If that’s not enough, when I expose New York law enforcement on the web and social media, they have people leave me comments saying I’m crazy and I’m making it up. New York law enforcement also calls me crazy on the phone and in person. I have had the police handcuff me, not arrest me because I don’t do anything illegal, and take me to the hospital at least 4 or 5 times.
Every time the hospitals see me sitting there acting completely normal. There are video surveillance cameras recording the whole thing. What are they going to say? Sometimes New York law enforcement drugs me before we arrive at the hospital in hopes that I’ll act crazy but I never do. Of course, the hospitals never drug test me even though they see from my eyes what is going on. I don’t drink, smoke, or party. How would I get drugs? I don’t have a dollar to my name. New York law enforcement stole all my money.
Last night someone stole my debit card, ripped my backpack, and I woke up feeling like I had been drugged in my sleep. This morning after I work up, New York law enforcement and their civilian team drugged me again. We need real oversight for the FBI and police. Also, there should be police reports taken via video call, not just in person with the police intimidating victims and denying reports.