Josie the Outlaw on Law Enforcement

Think about the FBI arrest of Roger Stone. Think about the French government’s response to the yellow vest movement. Josie’s cogent questions are even more relevant five years later. It is obvious that law enforcement is not asking themselves these questions.

David DeGerolamo

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2 Responses to Josie the Outlaw on Law Enforcement

  1. Elaine says:

    While government must be watched and civil liberties protected we must also be aware of those who cast doubt on the legal system and law enforcement for their own purposes. What happened to Stone should be examined and if unusual methods were employed (this seems obvious) those responsible must be held accountable in a real way. They should be terminated if they cannot justify their actions.

    The problem is that the Left in cooperation with the Statist Right has destroyed the Constitution and its protection of individual rights. This assault started with Lincoln and has gathered strength with each passing decade.

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