'Ex-Military' Threaten Cops' Lives For Not Arresting 'Imposter' Who Legally Wore Military UniformChris | InformationLiberation
Mar. 25, 2014
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"Ex-military members" are reportedly threatening cops' lives because they refused to arrest an "imposter" who was caught wearing a military uniform despite his not being in the military.
The police didn't arrest the man because wearing a military uniform is not illegal, yet self-identified "ex-military members" evidently didn't find that explanation satisfactory, so they placed anonymous phone calls threatening the officers with violence and telling them to "watch their backs."
From News 10:
STOCKTON - Campus police at Delta College in Stockton said they've never experienced such anger after hearing more than a few anonymous phone calls of hatred and threats.
We're frequently accused of being "anti-police," and while it's true, we are, this is one situation where we're behind the police %100. The man broke no law, the police are entirely in the right to not arrest him.
The alleged ex-military members on the other hand leveling threats at the cops for doing the right thing are committing criminal acts of unprovoked aggression. If they really believed in the constitution they supposedly fought for they wouldn't be calling for a man to be imprisoned for legally wearing a government costume, nor would they be threatening police officers for not having the man falsely arrested.
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