Overnight – LAPD Assassination Attempt – Two Suspects Open Fire On Los Angeles Police Car… *update* One Suspect Captured *update* Second Suspect Avoids Capture..

By my rough estimate this is the sixth recent assassination attempt on random police officers: 

  1. Saint Louis – MO,
  2. New York – NY,
  3. Tampa – FL,
  4. Miami – FL
  5. Durham – NC, and now Los Angeles – CA   

Update: 6:00am PST Second shooter evades capture – A Los Angeles Police Department patrol car was fired on in an “unprovoked attack” Sunday night that put police officers around the city on tactical alert.

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The shooting took place late Sunday in a neighborhood in South Los Angeles as two officers were responding to an unrelated radio call.

“A couple of officers were rolling down the street when they observed the muzzle of a rifle firing in their direction,” LAPD Sgt. James Shray told MyFox LA. “They responded to the muzzle flash.”

LAPD spokeswoman Officer Nuria Venegas told The Associated Press Monday that one man was under arrest and a second suspect was being sought.

One of the officers returned fire at two suspects. The officers nabbed one of the suspects and recovered the rifle.

LAPD Capt. Lillian Carranza told KTLA-TV that several rounds were fired at the patrol car.

“This was a completely unprovoked attack,” she said.

Dozens of police officers from around the city rushed to the area of the shooting to search for the second suspect, warning nearby residents to stay in their homes. The search involving 60 officers, a SWAT team and K-9 units was called off around 6 a.m. local time after the suspect could not be found. (read more)

——– Original Story ———-

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — The Los Angeles Police Department has declared a citywide tactical alert after two suspects fired at a patrol car with a rifle Sunday night.

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The incident occurred at 62nd and Hoover streets at about 9:20 p.m. Police say every available officer has been sent to the area.

One suspect is in custody. A wide perimeter is set up from Gage Avenue to 61st Street and between Hoover Street and Vermont Avenue as officers search for the second suspect.

Police say he is considered armed and dangerous.

Neighbors are being warned to stay inside. A rifle has been recovered. No officers were injured. (more)

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136 Responses to Overnight – LAPD Assassination Attempt – Two Suspects Open Fire On Los Angeles Police Car… *update* One Suspect Captured *update* Second Suspect Avoids Capture..

  1. d'hack says:

    So, exactly how do we shut these kooks down now? I don’t want Federal intervention but they’re plan seems to be working…

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Profile them.

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      • John Galt says:

        OK, I profiled them as Five Deuce Broadway Gangster Crips.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          Probable cause. A reasonable suspicion a crime was, is, or will be committed, by the suspect. This seems to be the main complaint by the BGI. A persons race is not the basis for probable cause. They seem to want to exclude blacks from the test just because they are black. Absurd.

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          • Col.(R) Ken says:

            How do you stop them, shoot to kill, no hands up drop the weapon stuff, shoot them like the dogs they are.
            This is not copy cat stuff, gang banger central must have sent the email or phone call out to these punks, it’s coordinated on a national level. By COB today, LAPD will have what gang did this, where the rifle came from. The next step should be rounding up said members for an interview downtown. Hopefully the LAPD hasn’t lost their brass balls.

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            • LetJusticePrevail" says:

              This type of shooting will continue as long as nothing is done to halt the vitriol spewed by the BGI types, and especially Al Sharpton. Those folks were encouraged to fan the embers of discontent into a raging blaze by our current administration. And the media will highlight these stories until the general public screams for the “solution” that the progressives have wanted all along: The repeal of the 2nd Amendment and complete forfeiture of all civilian owned weapons.

              That is exactly why Obama and Holder have made their comments in support of the “Fauxtesters”. The BGI “plants” the ideas in the minds of the mentally weak and morally bankrupt”useful idiots” and when they attack (as was the case with Mike Brown) the DoJ investigates the police and not the criminals.

              This was like watching the start of a race. First the sound of the starter’s pistol, and then the waving of the green flag. And it’s off to the races we go. Obama’s bet? That he can make the general public SO disgusted and SO afraid that we will beg our Congressmen and Senators to let the “authorities” round up every gun they can get their hands on. And you can darn well bet that the same folks who are now shooting at cops will STILL have guns to use on US.

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              • partyzantski says:

                The past shows how enemy agitprop purveyors were treated… they were arrested and charged with treason. This is a fact of history borne out by Tokyo Rose, Axis Sally et al.

                The propaganda artists and promulgators are either enemies of peace & order, or they are on the payroll of the Regime. There are no other explanations that I know of.

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            • Akela says:

              BLAM, BLAM, BLAM, BLAM, BLAM…STOP! Police Officers. Stop or I’ll shoot.

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            • RM says:

              “…gang banger central must have sent the email or phone call out to these punks, it’s coordinated on a national level.”

              By gang banger central, you must be referring to POTUS, USAG, NOI, Al Sharpton and all the other race pimps, along with the American left. They are overthrowing the established social order. They are revolutionaries and this is a revolution. Watch your six.

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    • immediately arrest all communist party members in the u.s. and it would stop.

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      • Be Ge says:

        The US had a commie witch hunt and embraced McCarthyism for some time in the 50s and early 60s. It got worse, JIMHO. Now we have sons and grandsons of those under-pro|per – secuted commies in the top ranks of the progressive wing of the Democratic party and they take part in run the country. McCarthyism did not work — something else is needed.

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    • Waterboard the suspect in custody.

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  2. sundance says:

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  3. Tempest says:

    What was that about the police being “militarized”?

    Looks like they need it.

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    • Lucille says:

      L.A. was one of the very first to be “militarized” and maybe THE first, under the late Chief Daryl Gates.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Normally the best way to solve a problem is do the opposite of what is promoted by the far leftist loons in the media.

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    • Daniel says:

      This is a circumstance which has carefully been orchestrated. The black people in all of this are pawns, specially bred through welfare and the destruction of the family unit. And later, they will be (and by some, are now) held up as public enemies to be marked for control, containment and maybe even destruction.

      The “blameless leaderships” out there who literally create this avalanche and the media which has been shamelessly backing it all are far more accountable in all of this than the black actors responding to the narrative fed to them.

      That doesn’t make these people less deadly or less accountable for their own actions, but I’m talking about masses, not individuals.

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      • bofh says:

        You have to give the “progressives” credit for enormous patience and single-mindedness. They have been preparing for these days since FDR, or even Woodrow Wilson. They have gradually siezed the levers of power by steadily working to destroy the foundations of our society (morality, family, religion, patriotism) via their control of education, entertainment, and the (old) media. The emergence of “the new media” may have been a temporary stumbling block, but they are adaptive, and now heavily utilize “social media” as an additional weapon (interestingly, so do the jihadi’s, but I digress…).

        None of these changes can be quickly reversed, for the momentum of many years propels them.

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        • The Harp says:

          You are right about it all starting a long time ago and we were warned.
          “When we get ready to take the United States, we will not take it under the label of communism; we will not take it under the label socialism. These labels are unpleasant to the American people, and have been speared too much. We will take the United States under labels we have made very lovable; we will take it under liberalism, under progressivism, under democracy. But, take it we will.” Alexander Trachtenberg at the National Convention of Communist Parties, Madison Square Garden, 1944
          My own personal opinion is that much of this is either orchestrated or at the least is being allowed to continue until it becomes necessary to declare martial law. I believe that martial law across the land has been the goal at least since 2008.
          “We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that is just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.” ~ Barack Obama 2008
          Pay attention folks…………

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          • lineman says:

            So then we all better have a plan in place for when that happens…Better know your escape routes if you live in a city…If you can’t leave better have a plan in place to remain hidden…Better have a way to survive whatever situation your in…

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          • “We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we’ve set. We’ve got to have a civilian national security force that is just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded.”

            Is that why he’s retired or run off so many of the commanders in our military and sent so many of our military to Africa to play nurse maid to ebola patients and put so many “boots on the ground” in Iraq (which he said he’d never do) and leaving too few troops in Afghanistan (who is already claiming victory) to face the criminals he traded for Bergdahl who will be returning to Afghanistan and are the head of the snake and will lead their waiting Taliban army….diminishing our military here to the point that he would have nothing to fear from them?

            Is that what he’s scared of to the point that he needs a civilian national security force to protect himself or to set upon us? He has set no national security objectives for this country as he has shown with the southern border, the illegal immigrants and the Syrian refugees….what does he expect the civilian national security force to protect other than himself.

            Who, exactly, does he care about more than HIMSELF?

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        • On a positive note, Egypt reversed the Muslim Brotherhood’s plans pretty darn quickly, even in the face of Obama admin support for the MB. We can do it, too, when we regain our fortitude.

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      • Nanny G says:

        Can we ever tie the ”blameless leaderships,” to these deaths?
        Back in 1919 the US supreme Court did.
        It had a case before it of a man who wrote pamphlets urging other men to fight the draft (into the military during WWI).
        The entire court agreed he was guilty of all the violence his words caused.
        In the majority opinion were these famous words:
        You can’t shout FIRE (falsely) in a crowded theater.
        Our ”blameless leaders” have been doing just that.
        These murderers are akin to those who trample others to death trying to exit a supposedly burning building.
        Yes, they bear SOME responsibility, but not 100% of it.

        The Left prepared us for their own defense by calling almost every Islamic jihadi terrorist either a ”lone wolf,” or a crazy person.

        Looking at South Central (as I grew up there) recent decades have prepped blacks for race warfare. There had been random killings of Hispanics by black gang members as well as visa versa for years, causing a consolidation of each race within conclaves there.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      That’s the exact reaction that these shootings are designed to provoke:

      ARM the police and DISARM the public. When it’s all said and done, we are totally screwed.

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  4. Alaskagurl says:

    Obama, Holder and Sharpton racial agitators, what do they have to say now?

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  5. Lucille says:

    That is one very tough area near the Harbor Freeway. Though it’s mixed race (and I won’t be surprised if the shooter is either Latino or black), it’s a place whites pretty much stay away from except to drive through in daylight. We used to take Gage to get to the home of an aunt. Never went back after she moved. Packs of wild dogs roamed all over that area at one time and maybe still do…all types of breeds as well as mongrels. An altogether sad and depressing part of the city.

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    • Stormy says:

      Thanks for sharing… how long has it been since your aunt moved?

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      • Lucille says:

        Why?

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        • Stormy says:

          I’m sorry if that sounded intrusive…

          I thought it was an excellent observation for those of us who don’t live or visit L.A., and I was just wondering how long it had been since you last drove through there… I was just wondering how much worse it might have gotten since you were there.

          No need to answer if you don’t feel comfortable 🙂

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          • Poĺk8dot says:

            Stormy, I think your question was perfectly logical and self-justified by the very content of Lucille’s comment. Not to mention, completely innocuous.
            Oh, well….

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            • Stormy says:

              Thanks, tbh, I pondered over how to word it so it wouldn’t sound so sketchy, so I didn’t mind her reply 🙂 We girls have to stay safe online 😉

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          • lineman says:

            I worked down there all over from 2004 to 2008 and it was bad and I have some stories that would raise the hair on your neck and some that would make you sick to your stomach… I worked day and night and let’s say its a whole different animal when the sun goes down…

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          • Lucille says:

            Stormy, on occasion I answer people with an unnecessary curtness. Scare myself sometimes. Haha! My apologies.

            In answer to your question and in furtherance of information sharing, Auntie moved away in 2000 after living in an area on the southeast side of L.A. for over 50 years. For the last 20 years of residence, we encouraged her to move but she was reluctant because of the great memories connected to her lovely old home and property. It was such a quiet area when she first moved there…as was much of L.A.

            Before the 1965 Watts Riots, my friends and I would go all over the city–downtown, Hollywood, east, west, south and in the Valley to the north without the slightest feeling of unease. That feeling of freedom is pretty much gone now. Very sad!

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            • Stormy says:

              No apology necessary at all, Lucille, I think you were wise to be wary of my unfortunately worded question. 🙂

              I can hardly imagine how much her neighborhood changed over 50 years.

              I have photos of my mother’s relative’s homes in Hollywood from the 1920s – 1940s and they look so idyllic… when I google those same addresses today… definitely not idyllic to say the least.

              Thanks for the follow-up information, I feel like I can almost picture your aunt’s lovely old home and property…

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              • Lucille says:

                Stormy, in my mind’s eye I can see so many wonderful places that used to be–clubs and restaurants and theaters and hotels and office buildings and department stores and 2-3 story independent book stores with just about every book published available to look through and art galleries and churches. And the homes, oh, my! I had an acquaintance, long since passed, who told about purchasing an incredible estate on the outskirts of Beverly Hills for $68,000 in the mid-40’s but lost it in a divorce. He was laughing because he had just seen that it sold for a million and a half. That was around 1980, I think. You wouldn’t find anything for $1,500,000 in that area now.

                Every generation when it gets into the elderly ranks reminisces and youngsters laugh when it’s claimed the “good old days” were better. Well, IMO, they really were.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Almost all the areas along the Harbor Freeway, west of the Santa Monica Freeway is a huge Free For All Crime Zone. That is not too far from where the Watts Riots actually started.

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      • Col.(R) Ken says:

        Which year?

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        • kinthenorthwest says:

          Lived there from 1984 to 2003 — Been back for a few visits and its gotten worse if anything.
          Actually worked not far from the coliseum and you usually stayed in for breaks and lunch. My ex finally told me to quit or tell them no more bank runs for depositing money. The banks in the area were robbed often, or schools in the area had many lock downs.

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    • BertDilbert says:

      Yeah Vermont runs north and south along the west side of the Harbor Freeway. There is a long stretch of road that I just prefer to stay away from. Why elevate risk if you don’t have to? History is that the strip of land going to the harbor was purchased so that the City of LA would not be cut off from access to the harbor by Union Pacific RR.

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    • Sandra says:

      I’d be surprised if the shooter is Latino. This doesn’t seem to be a Latino thing.

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      • Lucille says:

        Perhaps this particular year it’s not a Latino thing because that “community” could care less about black concerns and hatreds. Both new and old immigrants and many citizens have little use for blacks in general. But they also have no use for the police. Check out the Sotel (some evidence that this spelling came about because the dopes didn’t know how to sell Sawtelle–a major thoroughfare). That area is likely full if illegal immigrants who get pressured into joining the big Latino gang presence in all of L.A., especially going south and east into Compton and, certainly, east L.A.

        It’s a very troubled city run by leftys and constantly out of money even with the huge bucks pouring in from the 1%. My boss was very politically connected and was always being dunned for campaign cash.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        Back in my day it seemed that the Blacks had two enemies–Rival Black Gangs and Hispanic Gangs.

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  6. It appears as though blacks have declared war against the police (for now – whites next?) Obviously, it is not all blacks but a select few doing the actual shooting/targeting but who knows how many are in agreement and just don’t have the nerve to take part – yet. A few more assassinations or attempts and there will be no doubt they are at war with “us.”

    What are we going to do? What are the police going to do? If “someone” declares war against you, whether or not you want a war, you have little option but to participate or be slaughtered.

    We’re headed for seriously bad times ahead in this country. If we don’t get these race rabble-rousers out of office stat things will be beyond out of control by 2016. Obama, Holder, Jeh, Jarret, Mooch, all the rest, have used their positions on the national stage to deteriorate race relations in this country at a rate unimaginable and that arrogant, egotistical man has the nerve to say race relations have improved in this country since he took office.

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    • Les says:

      States’ Rights. It is the original answer to every political question. If you hate nanny states, you can move to a red state and leave most of the militant criminals behind.

      If Civil War II is in the making it won’t be agrarian v. industrial, it will be law-abiding v. criminals this time. Shame our gov’t is so obviously supporting the criminals. I don’t know how to justify that or accept it.

      Maybe all this is the Dem Party’s kickoff to the election cycle. They can’t win it honestly so they have to do something.

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    • Sandra says:

      Don’t forget to add Loretta Lynch. As the media has reported, she will carry on Holder’s “civil rights legacy”. What’s a good Nazi comparison? Lynch will be like, who?, the Himmler of the BGI?

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      …whites next?…

      War was declared against whites in 1908 when the NAACP was formed. That, and organizations like the “Congressional Black Caucus” are the “Sinn Fein” of black radicalism (black racism).

      This country is not safe as long as such groups are allowed to operate in the light of day, under the complete lie that they advocate for either equality or justice. In reality they are black supremacists who advocate for the enslavement of white as “reparations” for their ancestors being sold into slavery by their own kind.

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  7. Les says:

    Rifles are for hunting. How do you sneak around the city with a rifle? They must have pinned trash to themselves for camouflage.

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  8. P Kim says:

    From day one I expected they will start shooting up on the freeways at cars. They show their disdain for motorist by shutting down freeways. This has been done on and off in Oakland CA for decades. They especially want to target white suburbanites.

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  9. Moishe Pipik says:

    Here’s the BGI response, from “reddit.” These are the top posts there, voted up by the sick liberal social justice warriors who run that site.

    BY making it national news it gets more coverage and will insight [sic] more violence. I think they’re trying to lock up a lot of black men in the near future. Is there something we don’t know?

    and

    When police privilege is curtailed and investigations of police misconduct are more open, anti-police feeling [sic] will fall. Vigilantism comes from perceived injustice

    There’s a serious problem of anarchists and communists lurking among us.

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  10. Moishe Pipik says:

    Don’t forget the police officer who was shot in the arm during Ferguson, and other officers shot at. That was quickly swept under the rug.

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  11. beaujest says:

    Water board the suspect in custody and get everyone who was involved !

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  12. partyzantski says:

    What we are witnessing is the evolution of organization. The mob action had a purpose, to focus national attention (mission accomplished, BTW). These 2 man BGI death squads have obviously all been given the same dance card instructions from SOMEWHERE. There appears to be political advantage to be had in pushing for extra-judicial killings of police by some factions within our own body politic.

    There is a command & control (C2) nexus within the BGI that has laid it out in the form of “who will rid me of these troublesome cops?”. What we are seeing is not spontaneous, it shows coordination. The BGI heavies like Sharpton, J2 are knowledgeable in how to do this while keeping the hands clean (if it does not fit, you must acquit).

    The predator/prey equation will not go unbalanced for long. It will result in a concentration of force and a further escalation of violence in what has become a private war between thugs and police, with the BGI/Fedgoons tacitly supporting the thugs. The average citizen will suffer via a climate of vastly increased lawlessness, increased response times (due to having to send out pairs and fireteams (4) of cops on quotidian calls). The logical progression of this is for the BGI/Regime street death squads to broaden the scope of their activities (this is stark, but this is how it goes in all civil wars that I have studied).

    A smart prosecutor would realize the interstate nexus of the conspiracy by the BGI to murder police, terrorize the populace and impose a political agenda. The case would make a career, save a Nation. What is going on has already surpassed the FBI and DoJ definition of terrorism, yet they do nothing. The inquiring citizen would ponder that. It leads to some uncomfortable places.

    As Slow Joe stated, “gird your loins”.

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    • oldiadguy says:

      Not directly on topic, but it could be part of the evolution of violence we are seeing. It shows what happens when you de-militarize the police to a point of them being ineffective. This article from Mike McDaniels are from what nightmares are made.

      https://statelymcdanielmanor.wordpress.com/2014/12/27/the-attorney-generals-report-on-the-anytown-elementary-terrorist-attack/

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Part: Well stated, very well stated. You have laid out the BGI’s strategy and the operational plan. This goes back to the number 1 issue, Security. If you can’t drive to the store, shop, or work, and if you, family, private property are constantly threatened in your pursuit of Happiness . Many will turn to the local political forces and demand action. Yes we will receive action, not the action we want, due to other outside influences who are playing both sides of this equation. See you did pay attention in CG&SC, SAMS.

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    • Jim Brown says:

      Remember that at one time Obama stated that he needed a civilian force like the military. He is creating it and putting it into action right in front of our eyes. Progressive militants, gangbangers and criminals are his foot soldiers. The justice department provides cover for them and those like Sharpton, the leaders of the BGI are the generals. Furthermore what we’re seeing now is the opening moves in an attempt to spark a race war that, it is hoped by it’s progenitors, will eventually turn into a communist revolution. Most will call my theory tin foil hat stuff, but in reality we’re watching it happen, and those in the movement have told us that this is what they’re doing, they have let the cat out of the bag a few times, one just needs to listen to them and take them at their word.

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      • partyzantski says:

        Let me put this one out there… he HAS a civilian force. It is paid for via EBT and other wealth transfer schemes. It is armed through its own guile and possibly Regime firearm dispersal programs such as “Fast and Furious”. It has an ideology and a command structure defined by the strictures of black liberation theology and the BGI as its messengers on Earth.

        They shoot, they move, and they communicate. They are networked, they operate as a diffuse effort against targets of opportunity. Those who fail to appreciate the actual, physical threat that this represents to the Republic are quite possibly either microencephalic, or paid agents of same.

        What we are seeing is quite clearly a movement that has surpassed the legal definition of conspiracy (An agreement between two or more persons to engage jointly in an unlawful or criminal act). Conspiracy is a separate, preparatory crime.
        http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Conspiracy

        This is not a theory, this is an actual black letter, no-kidding conspiracy. Yet, the Regime remains quite distant, perhaps as a professional courtesy to their minions, lackeys and stooges.

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  13. I don’t understand why the authorities are allowing the riots. Clearly they could be stopped immediately and all the participants charged. Why are they allowing this, in fact, inciting it?

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    • To “fundementally change” this nation. Obama said it right from the beginning. Everything all along the last six years has been purposely done to chip away at this nation. the leftist elites have hammered away at this country with one crisis after another. Non stop for 6 years.

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      • 2x4x8 says:

        more like the moment the ink was dry on the Constitution, study the Ist and 2nd Banks of the United States, Lincoln instituting Martial Law Rule

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      • cajunkelly says:

        remember obama’s words:

        I want you to get in their face

        Now does the spitting and yelling in LEOs’ faces make more sense? What DOES NOT make sense is why local LEAs are just tucking their tails and abandoning their “states’ rights”, putting their own cops in danger.
        Someone stated on another thread that a SGT. wouldn’t have that position if he/she didn’t take responsibility for the safety of his officers seriously. WRONG
        I held my breath during the time I watched the evil THUGS accosting LEOs at the “sammich shooter” “protest”. Those officers, each one of them, were surrounded by at least a dozen thugs, up in their faces, within 3 inches of them bodily At any given time those officers could have been stabbed and/or shot and not one of those thugs would have seen a thing.

        LEOs are about to be faced with a life changing decision: either they follow unconstitutional orders (supposedly from the DOJ) to stand down and risk their lives, or stand up and risk that precious pension.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      They afraid. Of the Heathens.

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    • sandiamt says:

      stella dallas: Have you ever faced an angry mob? Apparently not! Trying to “capture a mob” (so they can be charged) is like herding cats…they scatter every which way. “Clearly they could be stopped immediately…” how? I’ve been there, done that…it can’t be done.

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  14. Sandra says:

    How is this any different than the Al Qaeda or ISIS wannabe lone wolves? This is terrorism, “the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims”.

    FBI definition:

    “Domestic terrorism” means activities with the following three characteristics:

    Involve acts dangerous to human life that violate federal or state law;
    Appear intended (i) to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; (ii) to influence the policy of a government by intimidation or coercion; or (iii) to affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination. or kidnapping; and
    Occur primarily within the territorial jurisdiction of the U.S.
    

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  15. onsu says:

    I don’t see this “war” as black on white or black on LEO or as a civil war. Maybe I’m wrong, but it is my opinion after having read lots on the subject that this is a terrorist attack on our soil. Like partyzantski said, they are getting their orders from somewhere. ISIS has bragged about having units on the ground ready to go and you can see the possible ties in the Jessica Chambers investigation.

    Threats of blowing up the bridge in Mississippi (you mean like 9/11 style?); threats against North Korea from our government (maybe they didn’t have anything to do with the threats and the hacking of Sony as they have said). I truly believe we are under attack on our own soil.

    Our powers that be are worried about other countries that are under attack, yet they don’t seem to notice the blatant attack on our own soil. Am I wrong? I have not seen this opinion anywhere else. If I am wrong can someone explain it to me? Shouldn’t our military forces be on the ground here? Why is it we Americans are being led to believe this is our war to fight. What do we have a military for?

    In my opinion, there should be shoot to kill orders on those operatives on the ground and the government should be fully investigating this as an act of war. There should be military on our soil protecting us. Surely, this goes deeper than just the president, where are the others who are tasked with protecting America for just this sort of attack?

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    • Daniel says:

      There doesn’t need to be military on our soil. There needs to be the militia which the government is required to maintain but has not. The people need to be ready to defend, not the military. We have a problem in the US in that we, as a people, are pepared for nothing. We expect government to do everything for us while we act as livestock providing our money in ever-increasing amounts to government election campaign contributors.

      We are responsible for that which we refuse to take action against.

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      • onsu says:

        I see your point and fyi my family and I ARE ready and willing to defend our country. We have a “compound” in Florida (“stand your ground” law and open carry here) and I have purchased the same type of property in upstate New York where my son and my three granddaughters live, although he is limited to “hunting” weapons. Even though I am an old woman with a bum leg I will defend this country and my granddaughters constitutional rights if it comes to that.

        I have never donated to any election and probably never will. I do not understand your meaning of the word “militia.” I’m not being sarcastic here, I would just like to understand as much of what’s going on as I can. Can you explain it to me please Daniel?

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  16. StormyeyesC says:

    #4 above in article is not Miami FWIW. Dade City is not in Dade County, It is on Florida’s west coast.
    Cops everywhere are at risk and they need to be extra careful.

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  17. onsu says:

    Was there something wrong with the comment I tried to post a little earlier? If so, let me know so I don’t do it again please.

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  18. Hank Rearden says:

    I would have included the Berkeley, MO incident in the list of attempted assassinations of police officers. The way they loitered outside the store after stealing and then approached the police car when it pulled up, with one distracting the officer while the shooter sidled away, suggests that they were luring a cop into a trap.

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  19. Daniel says:

    I think they need to work out a way to form a sting against these assassins. While I’m pretty sure a bunch of undercover officers would be ID’d by the locals in a split second, there must be a way to get eyes on the perpatrators with a swift response to take these people down.

    This isn’t just attacks on police — this is an assault on civilization. Without anything to replace what they want to destroy, only destruction will result.

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  20. Brett says:

    The police will protect themselves eventually, regardless of what they are ordered to do. There WILL be deaths of perpetrators. Then, we will be asking how they can be brought back to stand down once they get accustomed to taking care of their own .

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  21. pdxlady says:

    I may have missed him, but I didn’t see Charles Kondek’s name on the list. He was murdered only a day after the two officers in NY.

    I pinned it when I read it last week. So sad, he was the father of five children, and I haven’t heard much about it other than here:

    http://gopthedailydose.com/2014/12/22/another-police-officer-father-of-five-shot-and-killed-overnight-team-obama-strikes-again/#

    “Another police officer has been murdered while on duty, only a day after two New York City Officers were ambushed and massacred while they sat helplessly inside their patrol car.”

    “A Tarpon Springs [Florida] Police Department Officer, 45-year-old Charles Kondek, who was originally from New York and had previously served on the NYPD for five years, was the latest victim of the civil unrest that the executive branch has sown and the open season on law enforcement that it has declared. Kondek had served the Tarpon Springs community for 17 years.”

    “The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office issued a statement that the suspect is in custody. They identified him as 23-year-old Marco Antonio Parilla Jr. No indication as to his legal status within the United States was provided.”

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  23. west1890 says:

    Here’s a link to an excellent article written by a Public Defender and published in May 2014. He’s an admitted Liberal. The article is about the clients and their families that he deals with day in and day out. It absolutely describes much of what we are now seeing across the country. I read it and all I could do was say to myself (and I actually said it out loud),”Oh my God, it describes them perfectly.” Read it. You’ll be glad you did!

    http://www.amren.com/features/2014/05/confessions-of-a-public-defender/

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  24. StandYourGround says:

    The communists with the help of the usurper Obama and the the traitor Holder are behind the onslaught of police shootings.

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  25. Rat Monger says:

    These shooter scumbags were Obama’s sons–his philosophical-criminal sons. These shooters, and all the other protestors and crooks around the country, share Obama’s hatred of Cops. All the Leftist-Liberals like Obama, Holder, DiBlahsio, Sharpton, Jackson, etc., hate Cops and have stirred up resentment and violence against Cops. These Leftist-Liberals have blood on their hands; the blood of dead Cops, and the blood of Black criminals who have been taught that being a criminal and ignoring and assaulting law-abiding citizens and Cops is acceptable. Quite simply, the reason these scumbags hate Cops is that law enforcement officers interfere with their criminal activities and lifestyles. This is the Lament of Obama’s Sons regarding effective Law Enforcement: “I CAN’T THIEVE!”

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