Why I started this blog

In July and January a disgusting injustice was done to me and two close friends at the hands of the so called Florida justice system.  This state and many others alike are out of control with greed and are power hungry.  Our public servants believe that we the people who place their badges on their chest and robes on their backs are to fear them and  beg for forgiveness.  Laws have been created to serve them not us.    Things are getting worse and will be getting a lot more so if we do not stand up to these petty tyrants. They have become cowards and fear drives them like wild animals prowling our streets.

34 thoughts on “Why I started this blog

  1. I’m guessing after after looking at quite a few of your “posts”, that you are completely anti law enforcement. I’m also going to make another educated guess that you are for BLM.

    Here’s the problem with your “blog”. If McDonalds has 20 employees, and one (1) of them drops your beef patty on the floor, picks it up, puts it on the bun, and gives it to you, does that mean all 3 million McDonalds employees do the same? (It’s probably happened to you if you’ve ate fast food a few times in your life. Or at least, someone has scratched their balls, then touched your food).

    You might have been wrongly accused of something you didn’t do. But you’re no better than the cop that arrested you, by falsely saying that all cops are bad, and telling people to fear for their lives when getting pulled over. Police Officers have a stressful job, just because one does wrong doesn’t mean they all do.

    Final thought, ( i’m going to guess that you’re on welfare and probably never held on job ever), since you’re so critical of every police officer, why don’t you do some good for the world and become a police officer yourself? Or maybe write a positive post about Police Officers. Like how some of them use their own money (on a very low salary) to buy individuals needed items like food, gas, toys, etc. Have you really ever bought anyone you didn’t know anything to help the out? Only a small percentage of these good deeds the cops do are noticed, 99% of the time you don’t hear about it. But when one stressed out cop loses his temper, the entire liberal United States makes it known that all police officers are evil pigs


    1. You are quite incorrect about BLM which is based entirely on a false narrative. If you look at the body of material that is here you will see that this is a whole lot more than just a few bad apples. Go back a few pages and look at the compilations of rape, child porn and less than one months worth of arrests. Look at that and realize , when I do these posts I pass up 20 stories just to post one. Jump off of here and go to the CATO institutes police abuse site. That is right, the abuses have gotten so bad that the CATO institute has it’s own site called policemisconduct.net (BTW, the gentleman who runs that site is the son of a cop who greatly respects his father) Scroll down page one and you will find 114 links to articles and that is less than a 3 week period. Bear in mind that the site has only been there a couple of years and it has 251 pages.These cops are creating a climate of violence and fear and they don’t like it now that it is turning back on them. The people that they are hiring have more in common with wife beaters, bullies and thugs than they do with the common person on the street. As for being on welfare.. Well not quite. I am the one who provides the welfare. Last year I hired a vet who was an M.P. and kept him on for almost a year when I didn’t really need him. because his funds had run out. He went on to become a Deputy in my county. Not admitting that there is a problem is being part of the problem. I support and campaign for a local sheriffs candidate. Why? Because he knows there is a problem and will admit it. He is constitutionally minded and is as much concerned about rights as he is law.So, you make a whole lot of assumptions about someone simply because they are anti police abuse. You have to realize that I expose myself to these disgusting degenerates daily through my news feeds. Maybe if you were a little more exposed to it you would be a little less predisposed to fall back on the old “Few bad apples”

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      1. Deborah, that was a very nicely thought-out and worded response to an illogical and impolite set of false assumptions.
        I was a peace officer (San Diego Police Department as well as volunteering my time as a reserve officer at two other departments) many years ago. We had some “badge-heavy”, abusive officers back then, and it has only gotten worse. I also spent over ten years in Communications with the California Highway Patrol, which has always been held up as one of the best law enforcement agencies in all of California, and we had a few TOs (Traffic Officers) there who were abusive. One was actually arrested and convicted for the murder of a young college coed, and another was arrested for illegal searches and seizures on a large number of traffic stops (I don’t recall if he was convicted or just allowed to resign).

        People, cops are all human beings, with the same failings as the rest of us. Some are good and some are bad. The problem is that the bad ones are in a position to use their authority to do incredible harm to innocent civilians, like the Texas State Trooper who did a “digital” vaginal “exam” on a mother and her daughter on a traffic stop. As Deborah mentions, departments these days are hiring people who are then trained to enforce all laws, without using the discretion we were taught back in my day in how they deal with the public. We were taught to enforce the _spirit_ of the law NOT the letter of the law. We did not arrest for every violation we came across (except for felonies, as California law made it a felony for an officer to ignore a felony).

        Today the bad cops are very seldom made to face consequences for their wrong-doings by either their departments or the courts. This only serves to make them worse, and to show cops who might have been teetering on the edge of bad conduct that it was OK to be bad, safe to do bad things and get away without punishment or firing. Until that changes, it will only get worse.

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      2. The CATO Institute?! Highly right-wing think tank?! Wow. I mean I knew ACAB but the cato thing really surprises me.


      3. Hands up don’t shoot, Michael Brown the gentle giant, never happened. He strong arm robbed a store, broke a cops face and tried to grab his gun. The idiots in the PD never released that info for over 30 days


    2. People like you always seem to compare law enforcement to professions that are not given a gun, professions that do not require their employees to take an oath to PROTECT and SERVE. You think that someone working at a fast food joint can be compared to someone working in law enforcement?? Delusional. Oh and then you need to assume that the person posting negative remarks about law enforcement is on welfare, or never did anything to help their fellow human being… Again, delusional. The difference between one stressed cop losing their temper and a McDee’s employee losing theirs might be someone getting a dirty burger and someone getting a bullet between their eyes. Dumb ass comparison.

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      1. Police do NOT take an oath to “Protect & Serve.”

        That is a very effective marketing slogan, aka copaganda, courtesy the LAPD.

        Police do not vow to serve the community. They serve each other, first and always. Then they serve politicians and administrators. After that, property owners, typically by order of wealth.

        Being poor is effectively illegal in America.


    3. Let me guess, you of small stature, 5’2″ – 5’6″. You were bullied in high school. You always wanted to be the one in charge of any situation. That is why you went to the academy. You do consider yourself and colleagues to being above the law. You have a higher title than just “deputy”. You use “stop resisting” as a diversion tactic to abuse the citizens who are not resisting. I do know 1 police officer who was an honest man, sadly he has retired and he recently told me that cops will not socialize with him because he did not engage in the thin blue line game.


    4. How does that kool-aid taste? Seems like you’ve had your share?

      What flavor of boot polish tastes best to you? Sounds like you’ve licked WSY more than your share.


      1. Some people just love that fucking boot.
        Cops serve the state first and private property second. People need to do a bit of googling and look into the establishment of the modern US and UK police forces, and WHY they were created in the first place.

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  2. I just found your site and I am so thankful that you are bringing these incidents to light. I myself am a victim of law enforcement harassment and corruption in Wayne County, Ohio. Thank you for your integrity and bravery in speaking out!

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  3. I found a website called robe probe. In it there was many complaints about this so-called judge Donald Horrox. Many of the complaints are very true. Unfortunately I’m one of his victims that was unlawfully arrested and find the maximum fine. I had a state-owned lawyer which didn’t help much. I’m just wondering if there’s anything I can do besides filing complaint which I have with a j QC? This judge is corrupt dishonorable has no ethics as no compassion and doesn’t obey the Constitution he needs to be removed ASAP


    1. He was elected unopposed the last time. You should contact some local groups like the Tampa bay TEA party and local 912 groups. They have large voting blocks and a lot of local influence. I think that it would also be interesting to note during the next election that Horrox was a defense attorney for Sami Al-Arian. Go to facebook and meet up.com and look up local 912 groups. You will certainly find people that will want this scumbag removed. As a Judge , he is a pathetic example of a failed system and the worst type of human being.


  4. Thank you for your reply. I will check on some of these groups I hope I can find them. Something definitely should be done about this person. He is totally out of order. Again thank you

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    1. Thanks for answering my reply. I wish somebody could do something about this corrupt judge. I’m sure he’s not the only one either. But this guy is totally off the charts with his ethics and corruptness


  5. Keep doing what you do. The ones with the blinders on only should strengthen our resolve to keep fighting this battle! Cops should not be above the law. As a person whose brother was killed by Washoe county sheriff in Reno Nevada I can personally vouch that police brutality is rampant with no consequences! It needs to END!!

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  6. People have a very poor understanding of the phrase “A bad apple..” If you continue the saying “a bad apple ruins the bunch”. Not all police are bad guys that break the law and hurt citizens. I’ll grant you that. But the problem is, Law enforcement is not a job comparable to most. When a few cops go bad it ruins the whole department. The blue wall does exist and the cops who do not actively root out the bad apples are worse. They are apathetic and apathy will lead them down the same path eventually.

    Police corruption is a real issue. Most cops don;t have the I.Q anymore to even understand the law let alone enforce it properly. They want order following meat heads that won’t question things. This is a problem. The blue wall is a problem. Police have virtually no consequences to their bad behaviour. This blog is need and more like it. The media need to hound the hell out of them over every little mistake. We need Police accountability.

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  7. For what it’s worth..
    I have never been the victim of cops over stepping their boundaries…however, some friends of mine did. We all worked for an office machine and furniture dealer. These guys were delivering furniture, and were pulled over by the local PD in Edinburg Texas.
    They were all hauled down to the PD, fingerprinted, mug shots, and let go…They are all Hispanic…the workers I mean.
    Apparently, an office which had received a delivery from our company was burglarized, and our company was suspect. No one was arrested, but now they all have their prints on file…and mug shots…for nothing.
    Edinburg Police Department in the seventies was just short of a ‘gestapo run’ department. The chief had the last word on everything, I personally have seen him lie in court.
    He is long gone, and the department has a new leader, who is an upstanding guy, and maintains a high integrity in the force. A far cry from what it used to be.


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