VIDEO: Cop Shoves Crippled Woman With Cerebral PalsyChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 25, 2012
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If you want to understand the disdain cops have for the general public, just watch this video a few dozen times. In it, a Vancouver police officer walking down the street with two fellow gang members comes upon a clearly disabled woman and shoves her to the ground when she tries to walk between him and his fellow thugs who were taking up almost an entire sidewalk. She says she asked if she could walk between them, you can see the cop's response for yourself.
This is the true nature of the predators who are attracted to the despicable power given to those who become police. They get off on exercising raw power over those who are "weaker" than them. They're completely disconnected from any sort of normal human decency, yet hordes of naive idiots suffering from Stockholm-syndrome on a mass scale call these predators "heroes" and worship them as their protectors.
"Constable" Taylor Robinson, the cop in this video, avoided any and all punishment, including a one day suspension which was overturned.
A discrimination complaint filed against him has also just been rejected.
Now, almost two years after the incident, a B.C. Human Rights Tribunal will hear her case.
Will that go anywhere? Hopefully, but it really doesn't matter, if anyone in the employ of any business in the world was caught shoving a crippled woman to the ground, they'd be fired immediately and rejected from civil society, when a "law enforcer" does it, they get off scot-free.
Because the criminal "lawmakers" in power need psychopaths to enforce their arbitrary edicts. That's why this is a problem which will never go away, at least, it will never go away until people start rejecting the idea they need to be ruled over by petty dictators.
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