Houston Police Chief: Videotaping or Criticizing Police May be Sign You're a Cop-KillerChris | InformationLiberation
Feb. 19, 2011
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Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland is worried, very worried. People are using "anti-police" rhetoric and are actually daring to criticize the criminal actions of cops. People are recording their actions with video cameras and attempting to hold them accountable. Clearly, this is a sign they're preparing to mass murder police.
Thank god we have our wonderful Chief of Police Charles McClelland on the job, he's ferreted out the real meaning behind this "anti-police sentiment," and he's here to let everyone know he's not going to stand for it.
From the Houston Chronicle's 'Residents videotaping officers worries HPD's chief':
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland went on the defensive Thursday during a meeting with local journalists, saying officers have made recent traffic stops in which residents leave their vehicles to take pictures or shoot video — encounters he says could endanger officers and that have increased following the release of the Chad Holley beating footage.In other words, criticizing the police for violently assaulting and killing strangers is clearly a sign you may be secretly plotting to kill cops! So put down your camera citizen, return to your normal position as hapless subject under our dominion!
Clearly, these buffoons don't like the scrutiny they're getting as a result of your average Joe being able to videotape their abuses and put them on YouTube. I guess, like any thug, their only reaction is to resort to intimidation. (HT/InjusticeEverywhere)